2021–22 Estimates

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These Main Estimates are presented in five sections:

  • Highlights of these Estimates;
  • General Information about the Estimates process and how to use this document;
  • Key Summaries of the authorities presented in these Estimates for Parliament’s approval or information;
  • Detail by Organization on the voted authorities sought through these Estimates, as well as statutory forecasts;
  • Annex – Items for inclusion in the Proposed Schedules to the Appropriation Bill.

Highlights of these Estimates

Federal departments, agencies and Crown corporations provide programs and services for Canadians. In order for federal government organizations to operate, Parliament must give these organizations authority to spend. While spending is often announced in a federal budget, spending authority is actually granted through legislation passed by Parliament. These Main Estimates present financial requirements for the 2021–22 fiscal year.

Due to the need to table Main Estimates on or by March 1, emerging priorities and items announced in Budget 2021 will be included in future Estimates documents.

Voted Expenditures

These Estimates support the government’s request to Parliament for authority to spend through annual appropriations:

  • $141.9 billion for budgetary expenditures – operating and capital expenditures; transfer payments to other levels of government, organizations or individuals; and payments to Crown corporations; and
  • $180.7 million for non-budgetary expenditures – net outlays and receipts related to loans, investments and advances.

These amounts include spending for initiatives announced in prior federal budgets and other funding decisions. Departmental Plans provide details on how these financial resources will be used to achieve planned results.

Of the 123 organizations in these Estimates, six are seeking more than $5.0 billion in voted budgetary expenditures:

  • Department of National Defence ($22.8 billion);
  • Department of Indigenous Services ($13.4 billion);
  • Public Health Agency of Canada ($8.7 billion);
  • Treasury Board Secretariat ($7.0 billion);
  • Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development ($6.3 billion); and
  • Department of Veterans Affairs ($6.2 billion).

Statutory Expenditures

Forecasts of statutory spending, including expenditures pursuant to the proposed Economic Statement Implementation Act, 2020 (Bill C-14), are included in these Estimates to provide additional information on departmentsʼ total estimated expenditures. Of these forecasts, $200.3 billion is for budgetary expenditures, including the cost of servicing the public debt. This amount does not include benefits paid from the Employment Insurance Operating Account or expenditures legislated through the Income Tax Act (such as the Canada Child Benefit). Net non-budgetary expenditures of $4.3 billion are forecasted for loans, investments and advances.

Significant changes in statutory spending from the 2020–21 Main Estimates include:

  • new payments to individuals under the Canada Recovery Benefits Act;
  • increases in major transfer payments (as published in the Fall Economic Statement 2020), most notably elderly benefits and the Canada Health Transfer;
  • an increase in Climate Action Incentive Payments; and
  • a decrease in interest on unmatured debt.

Changes in non-budgetary planned expenditures reflect an increase in low cost loans for the construction of sustainable rental apartment projects and for the construction, repair and revitalization of affordable housing.

Additional information on statutory authorities for COVID-19 related expenditures is presented on page I-5 and online.

General Information

Part I of this document, the Government Expenditure Plan, gives an overview of spending requirements for 2021–22, comparisons to previous fiscal years, a summary of legislation authorizing COVID-19 related expenditures and a comparison of these Estimates to the Fall Economic Statement 2020.

Part II of this document, the Main Estimates, provides information on estimated spending by each federal organization requesting authority to spend through a 2021–22 appropriation bill. Forecasts of statutory spending are included for information purposes.

Part III of the Estimates consists of Departmental Plans and Departmental Results Reports. It is anticipated that the Departmental Plans, which show an organization’s priorities and expected results for the next three years, will be tabled shortly after these Estimates.

For these Main Estimates, the President of the Treasury Board tables this document in Parliament. In addition to the tabled document, the following information is available online:

  • Budgetary expenditures by standard objects;
  • Details on COVID-19 expenditures;
  • Expenditures by purpose (core responsibility); and
  • Statutory forecasts.

The following terminology is used throughout this document:

  • 2019–20 Expenditures refer to the actual expenditures published in the Public Accounts of Canada 2020 (Volume II);
  • 2020–21 Estimates to date include the aggregate of the requirements reported in the Main Estimates and Supplementary Estimates (A), (B) and (C) of that fiscal year;
  • Budgetary expenditures include the cost of servicing the public debt; operating and capital expenditures; transfer payments to other levels of government, organizations or individuals; and payments to Crown corporations;
  • Non-budgetary expenditures – or loans, investments and advances – are outlays that represent changes in the composition of the Government’s financial assets. Negative figures indicate that recoveries exceed expenditures;
  • Supplementary Estimates present information on additional spending requirements which were either not sufficiently developed in time for inclusion in the Main Estimates, or have subsequently been refined to account for developments in particular programs and services;
  • Voted describes appropriations or expenditures for which parliamentary authority is sought through an appropriation bill;
  • Statutory describes appropriations or expenditures which are authorized by Parliament through legislation other than an appropriation act; forecasts are provided for Parliament’s information.

Summary of Estimates

Table 1. Comparison of Estimates and Expenditures (billions of dollars)
  2019–20 Expenditures 2020–21 Main Estimates 2020–21 Estimates To Date 2021–22 Main Estimates
119.73 125.10 165.38 141.85
183.82 179.47 313.31 200.33
Total Budgetary 303.56 304.58 478.69 342.19
(0.27) 0.09 0.09 0.18
56.98 2.96 4.63 4.27
Total Non-budgetary 56.71 3.05 4.72 4.45

Note: Totals may not add and may not agree with details presented later in this document due to rounding.

The following table displays a ten year comparison for the Main Estimates budgetary voted and statutory components.

Table 2. Long-term comparison of Main Estimates
  2012–13 2013–14 2014–15 2015–16 2016–17 2017–18 2018–19 2019–20 2020–21 2021–22
91.9 87.1 86.3 88.2 89.8 102.1 112.9 125.6 125.1 141.9
140.3 145.5 149.1 153.4 160.3 155.8 163.1 174.0 179.5 200.3
Total Budgetary 232.3 232.6 235.3 241.6 250.1 257.9 276.0 299.6 304.6 342.2
Note: Totals may not add and may not agree with details presented later in this document due to rounding.
Table 3. Composition of Estimates and Expenditures (billions of dollars)
  2019–20 Expenditures 2020–21 Main Estimates 2020–21 Estimates To Date 2021–22 Main Estimates
Transfer Payments
194.05 197.53 336.04 218.97
Operating and capital
85.72 84.21 122.29 102.35
Public Debt
23.79 22.84 20.37 20.87
Total Budgetary 303.56 304.58 478.69 342.19
Loans, Investments and Advances
56.71 3.05 4.72 4.45
Total Non-budgetary 56.71 3.05 4.72 4.45

Note: Totals may not add and may not agree with details presented later in this document due to rounding.

Composition of Estimates

The majority of expenditures in the 2021–22 Main Estimates are transfer payments – payments made to other levels of government, other organizations and individuals. Transfer payments make up approximately 64% of expenditures or $219.0 billion. Operating and capital expenditures account for approximately 30% of expenditures or $102.4 billion, while public debt charges are approximately 6% of expenditures or $20.9 billion.

Expenditures Related to COVID-19

In addition to regular yearly appropriation acts, Parliament has passed several pieces of legislation during the pandemic which authorize related expenditures. Many of these acts limit payments to the 2020–21 fiscal year.

  • The Public Health Events of National Concern Payments Act provided funding for many initiatives and programs supporting health and economic response efforts to combat COVID-19. This act was repealed on December 31, 2020.
  • The Canada Emergency Response Benefit Act established income support payments to workers who suffered a loss of income related to the pandemic. The deadline for applications for benefits was December 2, 2020.
  • The Canada Emergency Student Benefit Act established emergency benefits for students who were enrolled in post-secondary educational programs or who had graduated from secondary school and applied for a post-secondary program. The deadline for applications for benefits was September 30, 2020.
  • An Act respecting further COVID-19 measures authorized a one-time payment to persons with disabilities.
  • The COVID-19 Emergency Response Act amended existing legislation, including for such things as to authorize additional payments to the provinces and territories for the fiscal year beginning on April 1, 2019; to provide eligible small employers a temporary 10% wage subsidy for the three-month period ending June 19, 2020; and to provide one-time additional payments under the GST/HST tax credit and the Canada Child Benefit.
  • If approved, the Economic Statement Implementation Act, 2020 would authorize payments, up to specified amounts, until March 31, 2021 for the Canada Emergency Response Benefit; the Regional Relief and Recovery Fund; and for initiatives related to mental health and substance use, long-term care, COVID-19 testing, virtual care and mental health tools, medical research, medical countermeasures, vaccine funding and development, and border and travel measures and isolation sites.

The following legislation provides spending authority in the 2021–22 fiscal year.

  • An Act to amend the Income Tax Act (Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy and Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy) extended the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy, originally implemented by the COVID-19 Emergency Response Act, No. 2, to June 30, 2021. The Act also introduced the Canada Emergency Rent Subsidy which provides relief in respect of rent and interest on debt obligations incurred to acquire real property used by businesses, charities and not-for-profit organizations. The subsidy period began on September 27, 2020 and ends on June 30, 2021.
  • The Canada Recovery Benefits Act authorizes the payment of the Canada Recovery Benefit, the Canada Recovery Sickness Benefit and the Canada Recovery Caregiving Benefit. The benefit period began on September 27, 2020 and ends on September 25, 2021.
  • The Economic Statement Implementation Act, 2020 would provide four additional payments to families with children under the age of six, with the final payment for October 2021; waive interest charges on student and apprentice loans from April 1, 2021 to March 31, 2022; and increase the maximum amount of certain borrowings.

Comparison of the Fall Economic Statement and Estimates

The following reconciliation is for the purpose of providing greater clarity on the relationship between the figures presented in the Fall Economic Statement 2020 and the 2021–22 Estimates; and to allow for a more effective comparison and study of how the Estimates cash requirements are derived from the accrual-based budget plan.

Comparison of the Fall Economic Statement 2020 and Main Estimates 2021–22

Table 4. Comparison of the Fall Economic Statement 2020 and Main Estimates 2021–22
  2021–22 (billions of dollars)
2021–22 Main Estimates 342.2
Of which:
Related to COVID-19
Plus: Items not included in Estimates 77.9
Of which:
Employment Insurance Benefits
Canada Child Benefit
Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy
Other Tax Credits and Repayments
Plus: Netted Revenue 11.9
Plus: Accrual and other adjustments 9.5
Fall Economic Statement 2020 (Projected Total Expenses for 2021-22) 441.5

Items not included in the Estimates

The Fall Economic Statement forecast covers the complete scope of the Government’s fiscal framework, including revenues, program and tax expenditures, statutory expenditures such as Employment Insurance benefits, and provision for future obligations such as public service pensions. The scope of the Estimates is narrower than the Fall Economic Statement forecast. The main purpose of the Estimates is to support Parliament’s consideration of the appropriation bills, which are the legal instruments for authorizing certain payments.

The Estimates are therefore focused on the government’s cash needs which require parliamentary appropriations and exclude certain items reported in the Fall Economic Statement. Costs related to the Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy, Children’s benefits and Employment Insurance benefits are the largest components of the items excluded from the Estimates.

The Canada Emergency Wage Subsidy and the Canada Child Benefit are legislated through the Income Tax Act and are considered expenditures for government financial reporting purposes. Parliament does not authorize annual spending for these items or for any other tax expenditure or refundable tax credit.

Most Employment Insurance costs are paid directly out of the Employment Insurance Operating Account, rather than a departmental appropriation, and are therefore not specifically included in the Estimates.

Netted revenues

Certain expenditures are funded through departmental revenues. Accrual expenses in the budget are on a ‘gross’ basis, meaning the revenues are included in the accrual-based revenue forecast, while they are netted against expenditures in the Estimates.

Accrual and other adjustments

The Fall Economic Statement is presented on a full accrual basis whereas the Estimates are presented on a modified cash basis. The accrual basis of accounting recognizes income when it is earned and expenses when they are incurred, whereas cash accounting recognizes them when the cash or its equivalent has been paid. As a result, certain items will be reported differently between the two publications. This category also includes costs related to consolidated Crown corporations that are funded from their own revenues, as well as a number of other adjustments necessary to forecast expenses on a fully consolidated basis.

Structure of these Estimates

The basic structural units of the Estimates are the votes. The following types of votes appear in the Estimates:

A program expenditures vote is used when there is no requirement for either a separate “capital expenditures” vote or a “grants and contributions” vote because neither equals or exceeds $5 million. In this case, all expenditures are charged to a single vote.

An operating expenditures vote is used when there is also a requirement for either a “capital expenditures” vote or a “grants and contributions” vote or both – that is, when expenditures of either type equal or exceed $5 million. Otherwise, the expenditures are included in the “program expenditures” vote.

A capital expenditures vote is used when the aggregate of capital expenditures equals or exceeds $5 million. Capital expenditures are those made for the acquisition or development of items that are classified as tangible capital assets as defined by government accounting policies, for example: for the acquisition of real property, infrastructure, machinery or equipment, or for purposes of constructing or developing assets, where an organization expects to draw upon its own labour and materials, or employs professional services or other services or goods. Expenditure items in a capital expenditures vote are for items that generally exceed $10,000, although an organization may select a reduced threshold to be applied to different capital classes.

Grants and contributions are payments made for the purpose of furthering program objectives but for which no goods or services are received. A grants and contributions vote is used when grants and/or contributions expenditures equal or exceed $5 million. It should be noted that the inclusion of a grant, contribution or other transfer payment item in the Estimates imposes no requirement to make a payment, nor does it give a prospective recipient any right to the funds. It should also be noted that in the vote wording, the meaning of the word “contributions” is considered to include “other transfer payments”.

A non-budgetary vote, identified by the letter “L” preceding the vote number, provides authority for spending in the form of loans or advances to, and investments in, Crown corporations; and loans or advances for specific purposes to other governments, international organizations or persons or corporations in the private sector.

The government must also establish separate votes for each distinct legal entity and to make payments to Crown corporations. Where this is the case, a separate vote structure is established for each. A legal entity for these purposes is defined as a unit of government operating under an act of Parliament and responsible directly to a Minister.

To support the Treasury Board in performing its statutory responsibilities for managing the government’s financial, human and materiel resources, a number of special votes are required. These votes are described under Treasury Board Secretariat in the Proposed Schedules to the Appropriation Bill.

Changes in 2021–22 Main Estimates

Changes to Voted Authorities

The following new or amended authorities are sought through the Appropriation Act for these Estimates:

  • The Canada Revenue Agency is amending Vote 1 to include grants;
  • The Department of Finance is amending the wording of Vote 5 to limit the maximum amount of financial assistance to the International Development Association for the 2021–22 fiscal year;
  • The Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development is amending the wording of Votes 20 and L25 to limit the maximum amount of financial assistance to international financial institutions for the 2021–22 fiscal year;
  • The Department of National Defence is increasing the authority for total commitments in Votes 1, 5 and 10 to $46,061,550,858;
  • The Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness is amending Vote 1 to include capital expenditures;
  • The Department of Transport returns to a single vote (Vote 10) for grants and contributions, after the conclusion of a pilot project on a purpose-based vote structure; and
  • The Parks Canada Agency appears in the Proposed Schedule 1 to the Appropriation Bill, as the Agency moves to one-year appropriations.

Notes on Information Presented in 2021–22 Budgetary Expenditures by Standard Object

Interest payments relating to capital leases are included under “Public debt charges”. These payments are voted expenditures and are not included under the “Public Debt” heading on the Composition of Estimates and Expenditures table.

Estimates by Organization

123 organizations are represented in the 2021–22 Estimates. More information about each organization can be found in Part II – Main Estimates.
Table 5. Estimates by Organization (dollars)
  2019–20 Expenditures 2020–21 Main Estimates 2020–21 Estimates To Date 2021–22 Main Estimates
Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada
65,048,723 72,679,604 72,679,604 74,580,873
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency
351,659,641 301,015,764 592,434,716 346,837,064
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited
868,140,000 1,253,935,845 1,254,166,523 1,188,799,417
Canada Border Services Agency
2,064,340,007 2,207,267,835 2,225,141,372 2,049,476,541
Canada Council for the Arts
327,771,295 362,644,295 425,571,295 364,062,080
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
2,215,671,739 2,919,967,012 6,019,698,711 3,259,488,472
Canada Post Corporation
22,210,000 22,210,000 22,210,000 22,210,000
Canada Revenue Agency
7,198,211,160 7,939,991,193 9,611,496,025 10,765,797,057
Canada School of Public Service
81,380,256 79,687,920 79,687,920 78,554,558
Canadian Accessibility Standards Development Organization
3,960,828 15,318,432 16,618,432 20,065,557
Canadian Air Transport Security Authority
847,862,166 562,700,000 917,728,788 567,828,793
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
1,210,797,846 1,210,797,846 1,247,497,846 1,229,423,241
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
11,180,990 11,317,140 13,017,140 14,820,421
Canadian Dairy Commission
3,967,223 3,903,550 3,903,550 4,094,435
Canadian Energy Regulator
61,169,531 79,549,330 104,618,519 108,093,191
Canadian Food Inspection Agency
752,266,743 729,699,296 767,238,171 785,702,399
Canadian Grain Commission
2,705,191 6,593,140 6,593,140 6,769,580
Canadian High Arctic Research Station
30,577,492 31,177,617 31,177,618 32,217,110
Canadian Human Rights Commission
25,041,813 32,497,272 33,147,272 37,272,286
Canadian Institutes of Health Research
1,202,050,854 1,214,858,650 1,619,967,785 1,253,906,530
Canadian Intergovernmental Conference Secretariat
5,425,609 5,956,021 5,956,021 6,030,478
Canadian Museum for Human Rights
26,954,953 25,502,953 27,709,539 25,436,716
Canadian Museum of History
75,728,888 72,188,284 76,444,847 72,768,111
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
7,905,183 7,895,183 9,944,758 8,111,694
Canadian Museum of Nature
29,196,950 26,811,201 32,738,464 27,687,206
Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency
67,162,468 64,301,110 109,595,858 79,550,701
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
147,965,383 143,834,973 144,195,709 143,748,861
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission
12,060,098 12,795,674 95,243,259 14,218,961
Canadian Security Intelligence Service
611,085,093 649,930,282 652,071,418 623,940,967
Canadian Space Agency
324,436,091 326,026,417 403,885,524 403,630,672
Canadian Tourism Commission
100,665,913 95,665,913 95,665,913 96,159,703
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board
35,700,486 33,608,135 33,936,499 34,920,270
Canadian Transportation Agency
35,277,786 32,194,990 43,280,050 40,392,517
Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
10,542,577 10,186,587 10,186,587 10,425,537
Communications Security Establishment
761,094,623 711,781,372 764,430,925 714,558,347
Copyright Board
4,070,030 4,225,668 4,225,668 4,279,807
Correctional Service of Canada
2,652,821,435 2,553,839,120 2,951,178,987 2,793,675,395
Courts Administration Service
95,326,753 92,868,489 103,473,263 93,856,043
Department for Women and Gender Equality
114,546,509 129,807,698 219,807,698 125,547,531
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food
2,567,930,523 2,539,411,429 3,449,332,492 3,022,814,837
Department of Canadian Heritage
1,550,574,951 1,535,137,411 2,022,420,208 1,536,579,817
Department of Citizenship and Immigration
3,060,599,520 2,841,179,568 3,357,984,273 3,253,342,420
Department of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs
5,470,587,833 4,885,423,507 6,839,473,883 4,696,632,831
Department of Employment and Social Development
69,828,763,126 68,641,745,388 169,688,293,196 82,439,720,890
Department of Finance
98,842,680,685 99,525,062,956 119,514,431,715 103,751,635,907
Department of Fisheries and Oceans
3,136,070,484 3,462,610,345 4,111,329,823 4,383,066,867
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development
7,176,903,197 7,484,223,417 9,363,238,643 6,723,238,064
Department of Health
2,675,389,069 2,727,759,160 4,578,789,751 3,862,798,658
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
767,365,315 0 0 0
Department of Indigenous Services
13,274,548,937 12,812,201,035 17,795,805,677 13,506,097,396
Department of Industry
2,386,107,584 3,050,145,613 3,917,985,299 3,734,110,842
Department of Justice
812,721,034 769,017,219 847,512,079 794,470,313
Department of National Defence
22,839,438,337 23,317,935,718 24,458,052,456 24,295,205,167
Department of Natural Resources
2,454,790,927 1,379,014,593 1,836,850,792 2,238,204,659
Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
919,335,099 725,522,972 858,310,704 1,055,463,651
Department of Public Works and Government Services
3,828,687,376 4,048,272,019 5,634,376,323 4,491,230,181
Department of the Environment
1,545,664,621 1,982,973,462 2,058,935,802 1,699,147,420
Department of Transport
1,705,220,748 1,899,498,387 2,476,193,010 2,051,245,313
Department of Veterans Affairs
4,832,374,356 5,237,702,254 5,415,092,814 6,290,972,437
Department of Western Economic Diversification
309,080,429 274,952,973 1,073,310,810 343,786,328
Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec
324,622,726 300,956,458 611,943,620 366,481,828
Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario
267,504,408 252,156,146 694,529,833 257,143,435
Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada
55,282,766 56,809,452 76,319,284 84,041,113
House of Commons
505,749,003 516,369,044 538,955,738 543,687,189
Immigration and Refugee Board
200,407,305 279,126,875 281,031,875 282,724,052
Impact Assessment Agency of Canada
63,446,897 76,483,395 76,483,395 79,042,937
International Development Research Centre
142,907,117 141,848,784 141,848,784 148,611,325
International Joint Commission (Canadian Section)
8,931,679 12,298,187 12,609,140 9,973,359
Invest in Canada Hub
26,096,450 34,291,556 34,291,556 34,271,556
Leaders’ Debates Commission
3,732,870 1 5,402,102 4,835,025
Library and Archives of Canada
134,354,195 136,612,103 139,468,296 143,361,814
Library of Parliament
49,279,144 53,408,759 53,408,759 54,446,785
Marine Atlantic Inc.
130,903,730 55,675,667 142,576,235 149,875,667
Military Grievances External Review Committee
6,375,884 6,883,603 6,883,603 6,985,084
Military Police Complaints Commission
4,731,232 4,802,446 4,802,446 4,852,883
National Arts Centre Corporation
35,270,142 35,270,142 53,660,142 37,854,709
National Capital Commission
137,479,936 90,358,645 149,261,744 155,981,730
National Energy Board
36,827,459 0 0 0
National Film Board
75,910,304 64,891,409 69,631,409 65,581,512
National Gallery of Canada
47,170,830 46,673,922 51,482,633 45,756,671
National Museum of Science and Technology
30,936,832 30,567,380 35,906,354 28,514,196
National Research Council of Canada
1,214,601,865 1,217,256,017 1,871,190,694 1,332,387,047
National Security and Intelligence Review Agency Secretariat
5,625,307 24,284,970 23,831,282 30,194,919
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council
1,359,365,352 1,365,315,934 1,528,927,812 1,380,311,368
Northern Pipeline Agency
238,467 1,083,120 1,083,120 571,820
Office of Infrastructure of Canada
8,948,867,553 7,860,557,193 7,915,657,104 6,840,813,406
Office of the Auditor General
87,654,487 87,906,474 102,117,774 117,356,715
Office of the Chief Electoral Officer
570,896,337 133,680,430 133,680,430 172,866,204
Office of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs
628,057,984 655,616,954 658,447,954 682,870,730
Office of the Commissioner of Lobbying
4,829,109 4,556,920 4,556,920 4,622,946
Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages
21,631,240 21,517,955 21,517,955 22,206,232
Office of the Communications Security Establishment Commissioner
439,850 0 0 0
Office of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner
6,886,187 7,514,511 7,514,511 7,670,110
Office of the Correctional Investigator of Canada
5,440,958 5,303,610 5,303,610 5,468,720
Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions
192,931,805 200,698,545 203,268,036 203,331,027
Office of the Governor General’s Secretary
23,181,004 23,197,577 23,197,577 23,686,460
Office of the Intelligence Commissioner
1,667,916 2,139,375 2,797,375 2,533,375
Office of the Parliamentary Budget Officer
5,923,504 7,246,196 7,246,196 7,246,196
Office of the Public Sector Integrity Commissioner
5,398,601 5,582,330 5,582,330 5,665,323
Office of the Senate Ethics Officer
1,054,500 1,352,901 1,352,901 1,352,901
Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions
193,634,134 201,055,674 201,055,674 200,750,762
Offices of the Information and Privacy Commissioners of Canada
42,923,807 42,729,974 46,157,842 47,054,941
Parks Canada Agency
1,480,274,656 1,107,531,851 1,386,826,721 1,129,108,729
Parliamentary Protective Service
88,674,871 92,605,109 92,605,109 90,753,007
Parole Board of Canada
51,488,791 47,321,937 53,396,937 55,370,723
Patented Medicine Prices Review Board
13,313,880 17,804,400 17,804,400 18,892,322
Privy Council Office
185,349,690 166,122,913 185,880,387 192,427,306
Public Health Agency of Canada
892,605,607 641,826,715 21,044,808,815 8,751,060,274
Public Service Commission
93,611,830 89,802,675 89,633,675 91,858,552
Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada
37,782,015 37,961,386 38,416,364 39,161,161
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
4,732,973,923 3,516,515,972 3,840,443,822 3,439,673,110
Royal Canadian Mounted Police External Review Committee
3,132,901 3,209,167 5,292,187 6,432,998
Secretariat of the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians
2,693,543 3,549,666 3,549,666 3,648,039
Security Intelligence Review Committee
1,295,749 0 0 0
97,869,871 115,563,738 115,563,738 115,563,738
Shared Services Canada
1,973,596,487 2,055,177,130 2,374,730,418 1,908,055,034
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
940,757,288 977,050,285 1,479,735,887 1,005,450,440
Standards Council of Canada
18,578,854 18,321,000 18,321,000 15,046,000
Statistics Canada
546,949,624 615,448,697 622,948,697 802,330,692
Telefilm Canada
109,378,949 101,878,949 181,633,949 102,908,479
The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited
0 0 9,772,407 18,497,000
The Jacques-Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc.
155,646,771 327,620,136 327,620,136 325,009,620
The National Battlefields Commission
10,378,351 8,890,515 10,002,843 8,976,719
Treasury Board Secretariat
2,974,307,068 6,035,736,785 8,891,590,056 7,022,161,953
Veterans Review and Appeal Board
10,696,418 10,957,720 10,957,720 11,215,236
VIA Rail Canada Inc.
506,347,644 546,909,001 1,016,389,568 769,779,151
Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority
570,550,000 778,634,323 778,634,323 971,574,541
Total Budgetary 303,556,240,134 304,577,541,941 478,687,828,034 342,186,642,016
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
1,284,074,121 1,880,450,574 1,880,450,574 3,209,467,541
Canadian Dairy Commission
(28,640,780) 0 0 0
Correctional Service of Canada
(473) 0 0 0
Department of Citizenship and Immigration
16,966,093 0 0 0
Department of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs
9,824,625 25,903,000 25,903,000 25,903,000
Department of Employment and Social Development
967,487,646 1,017,492,886 2,245,100,994 957,191,043
Department of Finance
53,318,029,416 50,200,000 450,200,000 49,000,000
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development
16,849,447 71,140,001 117,038,552 203,435,454
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
942,654 0 0 0
Department of Industry
1,406,000,000 800,000 800,000 800,000
Department of National Defence
1,236,835 0 0 0
Department of Public Works and Government Services
7,932,622 0 0 0
Department of Transport
(290,905,000) 0 0 0
Total Non-budgetary 56,709,797,206 3,045,986,461 4,719,493,120 4,445,797,038

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