Allocations from Treasury Board Central Votes for Supplementary estimates (B), 2015-16

Vote 5 – Government Contingencies $519,572,388

Subject to the approval of the Treasury Board, to supplement other appropriations and to provide for miscellaneous, urgent or unforeseen expenditures not otherwise provided for, including grants and contributions not listed in the Estimates and the increase of the amount of grants listed in these, where those expenditures are within the legal mandate of a government organization, and authority to reuse any sums allotted and repaid to this appropriation from other appropriations

Table 1. Vote 5 – Government Contingencies
Organization Authority Amount (dollars)
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited

Funding for immediate operational requirements

This funding ensures that Atomic Energy of Canada Limited can meet all legal and contractual obligations related to its transition to a government-owned contractor-operated model ($160,500,000), as well as its continuing operations ($72,300,000).

232,800,000
Canadian Air Transport Security Authority

Funding for immediate operating requirements related to pre-boarding passenger screening

At airport checkpoints across the country, security screening of passengers and their belongings is conducted by the Canadian Air Transport Safety Authority. This funding is required to achieve a wait time service level that is approximately the same as in 2014–15.

26,800,000
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency

Funding to support regulatory reviews for major natural resource projects

The mandate of the Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency includes the oversight and improvement of Canada's regulatory framework for major resource projects and consultation with Aboriginal people. This funding enables the Agency to meet its legislated and regulated obligations in these areas.

6,383,000
Canadian Institutes of Health Research

Authority to increase grant payments and funding for immediate operational requirements

Increased funding for "Grants for research projects and personnel support" ($2,440,668) is directed towards the formation of a Canadian Immunization Research Network to conduct vaccine- related evaluation research and additional projects on research ethics or responsible conduct of research.

Funding for grants under the "College and Community Innovation Program" ($24,408) will support applied research and development activities conducted through partnerships between Canadian colleges and universities and local companies.

This funding enables timely payment of these grants, as well as immediate implementation of transformational initiatives ($872,664) to improve the adjudication of grant applications, reduce the volunteer peer reviewers' burden, and generate annual operational efficiencies.

3,337,740
Citizenship and Immigration

Funding for immediate requirements to support the Government's response to the Syrian refugee crisis

The Treasury Board authorized allocations from the Government Contingencies vote so that Citizenship and Immigration could make urgently required payments of operating costs, grants and contributions for this initiative. However, no funds had been allocated at the time of printing these Supplementary Estimates.

1
Courts Administration Service

Funding for immediate operational requirements

This funding allows the Courts Administration Services to immediately implement measures to enhance security at federal courts and courts administration buildings across Canada, and to protect classified information in proceedings to determine the admissibility into Canada of foreign nationals who are deemed to pose a risk to national security.

8,418,545
Employment and Social Development

Authority to increase grant payments

This allocation enables Employment and Social Development to make timely payments under the "Pathways to Education Canada Grant" to provide youth with tutoring, mentoring and financial assistance through community-based programs and partnerships ($3,500,000).

In addition, this allocation also supports the Homelessness Partnering Strategy which provides funding to municipalities and community groups that are responding to homelessness among Aboriginal people (Grants to not-for-profit organizations, individuals, municipal governments, band/tribal councils, and other Aboriginal organizations, public health and educational institutions, Régies régionales... to carry out research on homelessness to help communities better understand and more effectively address homelessness issues: $250,000).

3,750,000
Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development

Funding for payments immediately required for pensions, insurance and social security of locally engaged staff

Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development administers pension and insurance plans, and enrolment in local social security for locally engaged staff employed at Canada's missions abroad. This funding ensures that Canada meets its obligation to make timely payments to and on behalf of locally engaged staff.

10,023,000
Health

Funding for payments immediately required for Aboriginal health programs

This allows Health Canada to continue making timely payments to support Aboriginal health programs. These include initiatives aimed at reducing the prevalence of diabetes, improving maternal and child health, reducing risk factors for youth suicide, and supporting development activities for pre-school children.

98,829,432
Indian Affairs and Northern Development

Funding for the immediate requirements of the Canadian High Arctic Research Station and authority to increase "Grants to implement comprehensive land claims and self-government agreements"

The Canadian High Arctic Research Station's mandate is to advance Canada's knowledge of the Arctic and to improve economic opportunities, environmental stewardship, and the quality of life of Northerners and all Canadians. Indian Affairs and Northern Development required this funding ($15,166,921) to address urgent project commitments (i.e., meet construction material and equipment sealift deadlines) in time for the station's scheduled opening in 2017.

In addition, grants will support implementation of two agreements. First, the Déline Final Self-Government Agreement will merge and streamline governance in the community and district of Déline (Northwest Territories) in order to create one self-governing body, the Déline Got'ine Government. Grant payments will support the start-up costs for the new self-governing body in anticipation of the April 1, 2016 implementation date ($1,000,000). Second, under the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement, grant payments will support Aboriginal fisheries management conducted by the Conservation Officer Program ($150,000).

16,316,921
Industry

Funding for immediate operational requirements and authority to increase grant payments

This supports the immediate requirements of departmental operations that are funded through the reinvestment of royalties from intellectual property and repaid contributions.

In addition, due to exchange range fluctuations, Industry requires an allocation from the Government Contingencies vote to increase payments of the "Grant to the International Telecommunications Union, Geneva, Switzerland".

23,573,649
Library and Archives of Canada

Authority to increase grant payments

This funding enables Library and Archives of Canada to increase grant payments to the International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions ($760) and the International Serials Data System ($4,340). These grant payments are made in foreign currencies, and the increases are to address exchange rate fluctuations.

5,100
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council

Authority to increase grant payments

This allocation allows the Council to make timely payments in respect of "Grants and Scholarships", to support university-based research, research training and research-related activities carried out in collaboration with National Defence and Canadian-based companies. This grant program also supports the Canadian Aquatic Invasive Species Research Network (CAISN). The goal of the CAISN is to further the understanding of aquatic invasive species and their impacts on Canada's aquatic ecosystems.

320,000
Public Health Agency of Canada

Authority to increase grant payments

This allocation allows the Agency to make timely payments of "Grants to eligible non-profit international organizations in support of their projects or programs on health" to the Pan American Health Organization, to promote regulatory harmonization by supporting the development of a secure communications platform for medical device regulators.

250,000
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council

Authority to increase grant payments

This allocation allows the Council to make timely payments in respect of two grant programs: "Grants and Scholarships" ($1,240,000) to increase capacity and foster partnerships that support social innovation in areas such as education, integration of vulnerable populations, community development, and sport participation; and the "College and Community Innovation Program" ($25,000), to support applied research and development activities through partnerships between Canadian colleges and universities and local companies.

1,265,000
Transport

Funding for an out-of-court settlement

This allocation enables the department to make timely payments related to this legal obligation.

75,000,000
Treasury Board Secretariat

Funding for an out-of-court settlement

This allocation enables the department to make timely payments related to this legal obligation.

12,500,000
Total approved allocations 519,572,388

Vote 10 – Government-Wide Initiatives $0

Subject to the approval of the Treasury Board, to supplement other appropriations in support of the implementation of strategic management initiatives in the public service of Canada

No allocations have been made from TB Vote 10.

Vote 25 – Operating Budget Carry Forward $1,148,400,616

Subject to the approval of the Treasury Board, to supplement other appropriations for the operating budget carry forward from the previous fiscal year

Table 2. Vote 25 – Operating Budget Carry Forward
Organization Vote Amount (dollars)
Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada 1 2,477,118
Agriculture and Agri-Food 1 30,072,472
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency 1 3,252,679
Auditor General 1 3,522,897
Canada School of Public Service 1 1,996,093
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety 1 198,913
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency 1 947,405
Canadian Food Inspection Agency 1 8,857,420
Canadian Grain Commission 1 244,685
Canadian Heritage 1 6,608,794
Canadian High Arctic Research Station 3 67,190
Canadian Human Rights Commission 1 751,034
Canadian Institutes of Health Research 1 286,856
Canadian Intergovernmental Conference Secretariat 1 277,448
Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency 1 561,568
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission 1 1,740,413
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission 1 2,569,483
Canadian Security Intelligence Service 1 18,960,823
Canadian Space Agency 1 7,763,300
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board 1 789,398
Canadian Transportation Agency 1 1,193,896
Chief Electoral Officer 1 1,526,914
Citizenship and Immigration 1 22,796,812
Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police 1 452,456
Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs 1 445,921
Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs 5 75,681
Communications Security Establishment 1 18,081,548
Copyright Board 1 141,498
Correctional Service of Canada 1 42,568,928
Courts Administration Service 1 2,376,763
Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec 1 1,895,361
Employment and Social Development 1 27,290,708
Environment 1 38,788,039
Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario 1 1,301,871
Finance 1 4,732,865
Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada 1 2,335,132
Fisheries and Oceans 1 46,248,449
Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development 1 52,772,470
Governor General 1 764,577
Health 1 57,148,430
Immigration and Refugee Board 1 4,888,292
Indian Affairs and Northern Development 1 34,834,093
Indian Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation Commission 1 2,750,185
Industry 1 18,841,851
International Joint Commission (Canadian Section) 1 308,473
Justice 1 26,425,067
Library and Archives of Canada 1 3,683,279
Military Grievances External Review Committee 1 307,250
Military Police Complaints Commission 1 258,355
National Battlefields Commission 1 597,032
National Defence 1 358,309,851
National Energy Board 1 3,029,879
National Film Board 1 3,353,860
National Research Council of Canada 1 5,092,391
Natural Resources 1 30,954,623
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council 1 2,145,788
Office of Infrastructure of Canada 1 3,877,591
Office of the Commissioner of Lobbying 1 185,118
Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages 1 342,551
Office of the Communications Security Establishment Commissioner 1 92,351
Office of the Co-ordinator, Status of Women 1 499,497
Office of the Correctional Investigator 1 206,015
Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions 1 8,653,091
Office of the Public Sector Integrity Commissioner 1 244,185
Offices of the Information and Privacy Commissioners of Canada 1 149,040
Offices of the Information and Privacy Commissioners of Canada 5 659,156
Parole Board of Canada 1 1,866,887
Patented Medicine Prices Review Board 1 373,967
Privy Council 1 5,291,481
Public Health Agency of Canada 1 15,427,428
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness 1 5,683,749
Public Service Commission 1 4,296,434
Public Works and Government Services 1 44,028,940
Royal Canadian Mounted Police 1 62,077,567
Royal Canadian Mounted Police External Review Committee 1 42,928
Security Intelligence Review Committee 1 25,274
Shared Services Canada 1 34,493,020
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council 1 1,132,577
Statistics Canada 1 6,351,030
Supreme Court of Canada 1 1,115,383
Transport 1 16,740,589
Treasury Board Secretariat 1 11,208,083
Veterans Affairs 1 10,351,758
Veterans Review and Appeal Board 1 473,901
Western Economic Diversification 1 1,846,448
Total approved allocations 1,148,400,616

Vote 30 – Paylist Requirements $12,759,361

Subject to the approval of the Treasury Board, to supplement other appropriations for requirements related to parental and maternity allowances, entitlements on cessation of service or employment and adjustments made to terms and conditions of service or employment of the federal public administration including members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Canadian Forces, where these have not been provided from Vote 15, Compensation Adjustments

Table 3. Vote 30 – Paylist Requirements
Organization Vote Amount (dollars)
Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada 1 2,924
Canadian Food Inspection Agency 1 41,513
Canadian Human Rights Commission 1 4,574
Canadian Institutes of Health Research 1 542,669
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission 1 314,193
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission 1 87,464
Canadian Transportation Agency 1 1,684
Chief Electoral Officer 1 7,759
Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs 1 4,986
Communications Security Establishment 1 3,078,449
Copyright Board 1 1,783
Courts Administration Service 1 6,098
Employment and Social Development 1 7,844
Immigration and Refugee Board 1 9,151
Justice 1 440,312
Military Grievances External Review Committee 1 1,783
Military Police Complaints Commission 1 1,783
National Arts Centre Corporation 1 174,337
National Defence 1 1,503,232
National Energy Board 1 68,240
National Gallery of Canada 1 1,873,336
National Research Council of Canada 1 23,001
Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages 1 3,302
Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions 1 52,837
Office of the Public Sector Integrity Commissioner 1 1,539
Offices of the Information and Privacy Commissioners of Canada 5 3,463
Patented Medicine Prices Review Board 1 1,783
Statistics Canada 1 4,487,597
Supreme Court of Canada 1 8,682
Veterans Affairs 1 3,043
Total approved allocations 12,759,361

Vote 33 – Capital Budget Carry Forward $491,221,855

Subject to the approval of the Treasury Board, to supplement other appropriations for purposes of the capital budget carry forward allowance from the previous fiscal year

Table 4. Vote 33 – Capital Budget Carry Forward
Organization Vote Amount (dollars)
Agriculture and Agri-Food 5 6,714,391
Canadian Food Inspection Agency 5 4,846,645
Canadian Security Intelligence Service 1 6,495,326
Canadian Space Agency 5 7,474,576
Correctional Service of Canada 5 51,670,278
Environment 5 13,789,374
Fisheries and Oceans 5 65,716,950
Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development 5 51,523,284
Health 5 6,594,089
Indian Affairs and Northern Development 5 1,988,261
Industry 5 528,578
National Research Council of Canada 5 2,783,225
Natural Resources 5 15,026
Office of Infrastructure of Canada 5 18,634,000
Public Health Agency of Canada 5 443,926
Public Works and Government Services 5 155,873,847
Royal Canadian Mounted Police 5 37,238,222
Shared Services Canada 5 36,911,852
Transport 5 21,980,005
Total approved allocations 491,221,855
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