Archived - Departmental spending trend graph 2017-2018

This bar graph shows the Department of Finance Canada’s total actual and planned expenditures, including statutory, voted and sunset program spending, from 2014–15 to 2019–20.

In 2014–15, statutory spending was $85.5 billion, voted spending was $120 million, and spending for sunset programs was $53 million. Total spending was $85.7 billion.

In 2015–16, statutory spending was $86.9 billion, voted spending was $86 million, and spending for sunset programs was $30 million. Total spending was $87 billion.

In 2016–17, statutory spending is $88.7 billion, voted spending is $92 million, and spending for sunset programs is $10 million. Total spending is $88.8 billion.

In 2017–18, statutory spending of $90.1 billion, voted spending of $87 million, and spending for sunset programs of $2 million are planned. Total planned spending is $90.1 billion.

In 2018–19, statutory spending of $93.2 billion, voted spending of $87 million, and spending for sunset programs of $1 million are planned. Total planned spending is $93.3 billion.

In 2019–20, statutory spending of $97.9 billion and voted spending of $87 million are planned. There are no sunsetting programs in 2019–20. Total planned spending is $98 billion.

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