Complete text for Supplementary estimates (B), 2016-17

Table of Contents

Introduction

Structure of these Supplementary Estimates

This Supplementary Estimates document is presented in four sections:

  1. Introduction to Supplementary Estimates;
  2. Summary Tables;
  3. Details by Organization; and
  4. Annex.

Purpose and General Information

Each year, the government prepares Estimates in support of its request to Parliament for authority to spend public funds. This request for spending authority is formalized through the introduction of appropriation bills in Parliament. The Main Estimates and Supplementary Estimates are tabled in the House of Commons by the President of the Treasury Board and support Parliament’s consideration of the appropriation bills. As with other bills, appropriation bills become law after being approved by both the House of Commons and the Senate and receiving Royal Assent.

The purpose of Supplementary Estimates is to present to Parliament information on the Government of Canada’s 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. Also included for Parliament’s information and eventual approval through an appropriation bill are such items as: transfers of money between Votes; debt deletion; loan guarantees; new or increased grants; and changes to Vote wording.

Supplementary Estimates documents are tabled in Parliament in advance of the related appropriation bill that, when approved, provides the necessary authority for the Government of Canada to spend monies from the Consolidated Revenue Fund to deliver its programs and services. This provides the various Standing Committees of Parliament with time to review proposed spending before the introduction of the appropriation bill.

Supplementary Estimates also provide updated information on changes to expenditure forecasts of statutory items for information purposes only. These expenditures already have legislative authority and so will not appear in the appropriation bill related to these Supplementary Estimates, but expenditure forecasts are available online.

It is the practice to table a Supplementary Estimates for each of the three Parliamentary Supply periods ending June 23, December 10, and March 26. The Supplementary Estimates (B), 2016–17 are the second of three Supplementary Estimates planned for this fiscal year.

Summary of Estimates

Estimates to date 2016–17

The 2016–17 Main Estimates were tabled on February 23, 2016, supporting the government’s request to Parliament for authority through annual appropriations to spend $89.8 billion in voted budgetary expenditures and $26.7 million in voted non-budgetary expenditures.

The 2016–17 Main Estimates also presented information on statutory amounts of $160.3 billion in budgetary expenditures and $338.8 million in net non-budgetary outlays. Royal Assent for Appropriation Act No. 1, 2016–17 was granted on March 24, 2016 and provided interim supply to appropriation-dependent organizations to cover requirements until the end of June 2016. Royal Assent for Appropriation Act No. 2, 2016–17 was granted on June 22, 2016 which provided supply for the remainder of the funding included in Main Estimates.

The Supplementary Estimates (A), 2016–17 were tabled on May 10, 2016 and provided information in support of $7.0 billion in voted budgetary appropriations and a $30.4 million increase in non-budgetary expenditures (loans, investments and advances). Royal Assent for Appropriation Act No. 3, 2016–17 was granted on June 22, 2016.

The Supplementary Estimates (B), 2016-17 provide information in support of $3.9 billion in voted budgetary expenditures which represent an increase of 4.3% over Main Estimates. Many of these voted expenditures are related to measures announced in Budget 2016. These and other budget measures are identified when they appear in the Estimates for the first time.

Supplementary Estimates also include material updates of "Statutory Forecasts" in an online annex.

Figure 1. Comparison of Estimates, Supply and Expenditures - Budgetary
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Figure 2. Comparison of Estimates, Supply and Expenditures - Non-budgetary
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Table 1. Comparison of Estimates, Supply and Expenditures (dollars)
  2014–15 Expenditures 2015–16 Estimates to date Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates Proposed Authorities

Notes:

  1. 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.
  2. Non-budgetary expenditures (loans, investments and advances) are outlays that represent changes in the composition of the financial assets of the Government of Canada.
  3. Voted appropriations are those for which parliamentary authority is sought through an appropriation bill.
  4. Statutory expenditures are those authorized by Parliament through enabling legislation and for which forecasts are provided for information purposes.
  5. Authorities To Date and Proposed Authorities include two-year appropriations of $487,940,011 for Canada Border Services Agency, Canada Revenue Agency and Parks Canada Agency. These three agencies have the authority to carry forward funds approved in 2015–16 which are unspent to 2016–17. The following chart – Supplementary Estimates as part of total Estimates – reflects only 2016–17 Estimates, so it excludes the two-year appropriations.
Budgetary
Voted 84,160,464,446 94,965,194,586 97,318,037,224 3,881,058,389 101,199,095,613
Statutory 146,959,477,881 155,720,885,204 154,615,380,592 375,171,999 154,990,552,591
Total Budgetary 231,119,942,327 250,686,079,790 251,933,417,816 4,256,230,388 256,189,648,204
Non-Budgetary
Voted 42,962,595 71,103,002 57,103,001 0 57,103,001
Statutory 71,126,728,127 682,816,423 338,754,242 0 338,754,242
Total Non-Budgetary 71,169,690,722 753,919,425 395,857,243 0 395,857,243
Table 2. Supplementary Estimates as part of total Estimates, 2016–17 Estimates (dollars)
  Main Estimates Supplementary A Supplementary B Supplementary C Total
Budgetary
Voted 89,845,846,554 6,984,250,659 3,881,058,389 0 100,711,155,602
Statutory 160,290,630,940 (5,719,291,747) 375,171,999 0 154,946,511,192
Total Budgetary 250,136,477,494 1,264,958,912 4,256,230,388 0 255,657,666,794
Non-Budgetary
Voted 26,703,001 30,400,000 0 0 57,103,001
Statutory 338,754,242 0 0 0 338,754,242
Total Non-Budgetary 365,457,243 30,400,000 0 0 395,857,243

Major Items

The following section provides an overview of major voted initiatives included in these Supplementary Estimates in support of Parliamentary approval.

Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development, Department of National Defence: $375.5 million

Funding to address the crises in Iraq and Syria and the impacts on the region

This funding will support Canada’s response to the Middle East crises and the needs of conflict-affected people in Iraq, Syria, Jordan and Lebanon. This includes military resources to train, advise and assist Iraqi security forces in their efforts to degrade and defeat Daesh; stabilization, humanitarian and development assistance in Iraq and the region to address short-term needs and support resiliency, stability and prosperity over the long term; as well as diplomatic engagement.

Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority: $350.6 million

Funding to address operating and capital requirements

This funding will be used to advance early works and land acquisition in Michigan for the Gordie Howe International Bridge between Windsor, Ontario and Detroit, Michigan. This project includes construction of the new international bridge, border plazas in both countries, and a connection to Interstate 75 in Detroit.

Department of Industry: $249.3 million

Funding for the Post-Secondary Institutions Strategic Investment Fund (Budget 2016)

The Post-Secondary Institutions Strategic Investment Fund is a time-limited program that provides funding to accelerate infrastructure projects at post-secondary institutions across Canada while providing economic stimulus. The program will support projects, with an anticipated date of substantial completion before April 30, 2018, that meet at least one of the following criteria:

  • Improve the scale or quality of facilities for research and innovation, including commercialization spaces used by industry;
  • Improve the quality or scale of specialized training facilities at colleges focused on business needs; and
  • Improve the environmental sustainability of research and innovation infrastructure at post-secondary institutions and college training infrastructure.

The funding in these Estimates is part of $2 billion over three years announced in Budget 2016.

Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development: $245.8 million

Funding for additional investments in First Nations elementary and secondary education (Budget 2016)

To address the critical need to improve education outcomes, Budget 2016 announced $2.6 billion for primary and secondary education on reserve in order to address immediate needs and to keep pace with cost growth over the medium term. Supported activities include language and cultural programming, literacy and numeracy programs and special needs education.

Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development: $207.3 million

Funding for the Peace and Stabilization Operations Program (Budget 2016)

This three year, $450 million program aims to take concrete actions to prevent and respond to conflicts abroad and to support UN peace operations. Through the program, Canada works with its allies, partners and the UN to help stop violence, foster stability and create the necessary conditions for dialogue and conflict resolution. The Program funds projects to advance key peace and security priorities, including support for peacebuilding efforts in the Middle East, as well as for the deployment of civilian experts to work in areas of fragility.

Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, Department of Health: $115.7 million

Funding to continue to fulfill Canada's obligations under the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement

This funding will support the independent assessment process which provides compensation to former students of Indian residential schools who suffered sexual, serious physical or serious psychological abuse. It will also support professional counselling as well as cultural and emotional support services for claimants and their families.

Ten organizations: $113.8 million

Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2016)

The Youth Employment Strategy helps Canadians aged 15 to 30 gain the skills, abilities and work experience they need to find and maintain good employment. This increase in funding for the program will create new green jobs for youth, increase job opportunities in the heritage sector, and help more youth transition to the workforce with the Skills Link program.

Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness: $104.5 million

Funding to match domestic charitable donations to the Canadian Red Cross in support of wildfire relief efforts for Fort McMurray, Alberta and surrounding areas

This funding matches domestic charitable donations made between May 3 and May 31, 2016 to the Canadian Red Cross in support of wildfire relief efforts for Fort McMurray, Alberta and surrounding areas. Funding to the Canadian Red Cross will help the community to recover from the wildfires through short, medium and long-term recovery efforts. This includes payments to individuals and families to cover loss of income, financial assistance to small businesses to recover from damage and get back to business, and support for projects to rebuild resilient infrastructure.

Department of Health, Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development: $88.4 million

Funding for Jordan’s Principle interim reforms which will increase social and health services for First Nations children

This funding will be used to assist in identifying the needs of children living on reserve with a disability or critical condition affecting their activities of daily living, connect these children and families to services, address service gaps, and improve the evidence base and data available. Examples of services and supports that may be covered through this funding include specialized medical supplies or equipment, allied health care services, such as physiotherapy and speech language therapy, special educational supports, respite and other home care services. The data and evidence gathered during this period, as well as the results of engagement with First Nations partners and provincial/territorial governments, will inform the development of a long-term approach to Jordan's Principle.

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation: $75.0 million

Funding to disseminate and support world class Canadian content and to provide Canadians with better access to programs and services in the digital era (Budget 2016)

The Government’s commitment to reinvest in public broadcasting with $75 million in 2016-17; $150 million in 2017-18 and on a permanent ongoing basis (as part of Budget 2016) will help ensure the transformation of the public broadcaster into the digital public space that will allow Canadians to engage with each other, and their world. The reinvestment would also strengthen the Corporation’s transformation by investing in new content and programming, and provide Canadians with better access to programs and services in the digital era.

Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development: $72.1 million

Funding for specific claims settlements

Specific claims are claims by a First Nation against the federal government which relate to the administration of land or other First Nation assets and to the fulfillment of treaties. The primary objective of the Specific Claims Policy is to discharge outstanding legal obligations of the federal government through negotiated settlement agreements. The Specific Claims Settlement Fund is used to provide compensation to First Nations to discharge outstanding legal obligations of the federal government.

Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development: $71.0 million

Funding to support urgent investments in the First Nations Child and Family Services Program (Budget 2016)

This funding, which includes additional capacity and resources for front-line service delivery on reserve, will be used to expand prevention programming to reduce the number of children placed away from the care of their families. This includes enabling service providers to hire new staff to deliver both protection services and community-driven prevention programming, and to provide additional family supports such as parenting skills classes, family counselling and case conferencing.

Table 3. Major net changes to individual Votes in these Supplementary Estimates
Organization Vote Number and Description Amount ($)
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development

Vote 10b – Grants and contributions

520,600,017
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development

Vote 10b – Grants and contributions

402,983,496
Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority

Vote 1b – Payments to the Authority

350,584,925
Department of Industry

Vote 10b – Grants and contributions

271,750,173
Department of National Defence

Vote 1b – Operating expenditures

178,290,762
Canada Revenue Agency

Vote 1b – Operating expenditures, contributions and recoverable expenditures in relation to the application of the Canada Pension Plan and the Employment Insurance Act

139,583,733
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development

Vote 1b – Operating expenditures

117,375,502
Department of Health

Vote 10b – Grants and contributions

116,609,626
Department of Health

Vote 1b – Operating expenditures

105,976,247
Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Vote 1b – Operating expenditures

95,925,030

Changes to these Estimates

The purpose of this section is to provide an update of the Estimates since the 2016–17 Main Estimates, specifically for the following:

  • Changes to government organization and structure;
  • Changes in authorities (Votes); and
  • Changes in organizational names used in Estimates.

Changes to Government Organization and Structure

These Estimates includes a transfer of funding which reflects:

  • the designation of the Minister of Canadian Heritage as the Minister for the purposes of the Canadian Multiculturalism Act (Orders in Council P.C. 2015-1248 and 2015-1247).

Changes in Voted Authorities

This sub-section lists Votes which contain specific authorities that differ from those included in the 2016–17 Main Estimates as well as new expenditure authorities. Changes through this exercise include:

Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency

Vote 1 program expenditures wording adds authority to expend revenues received from, and offset related expenditures incurred in the fiscal year for the provision of internal support services to other departments.

Department of Finance

The department has added Vote 7 to increase the maximum allowable amount of outstanding mortgage or hypothecary loans insured by private sector entities under section 27 of the Protection of Residential Mortgage or Hypothecary Insurance Act.

Changes have been made throughout the vote wording in order to make it more consistent and easier to read. These modifications do not change the nature of the expenditure authorities.

Changes in Organizational Names Used in Estimates

Changes (shown in bold text) have been made to reflect the complete name of the following organizations as shown in the Financial Administration Act:

  • Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food
  • Department of Canadian Heritage
  • Department of Citizenship and Immigration
  • Department of Employment and Social Development
  • Department of Finance
  • Department of Fisheries and Oceans
  • Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development
  • Department of Health
  • Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
  • Department of Industry
  • Department of Justice
  • Department of National Defence
  • Department of Natural Resources
  • Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
  • Department of Public Works and Government Services
  • Department of the Environment
  • Department of Transport
  • Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Department of Western Economic Diversification

The abbreviated names of these departments continue to be used in descriptions of transfers between organizations.

Estimates by Organization

131 organizations are represented in the 2016–17 Estimates. Of these, 68 organizations have identified additional requirements as part of these Supplementary Estimates.

Table 4. Estimates by Organization (dollars)
Department, Agency or Crown corporation 2014–15 Expenditures 2015–16 Estimates to date 2016-17 Authorities To Date 2016-17 These Supplementary Estimates 2016-17 Proposed Authorities
Budgetary
Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada 26,737,475 60,896,030 64,440,276 218,046 64,658,322
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency 305,273,091 303,757,469 319,717,199 1,678,001 321,395,200
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited 326,743,000 336,326,692 968,615,589 0 968,615,589
Canada Border Services Agency 2,001,144,370 1,850,524,916 1,763,746,563 23,246,664 1,786,993,227
Canada Council for the Arts 182,224,388 182,224,388 222,347,387 127,001 222,474,388
Canada Industrial Relations Board 7,488,344 0 0 0 0
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation 2,053,213,063 2,025,629,000 3,097,701,048 78,100,000 3,175,801,048
Canada Post Corporation 22,210,000 22,210,000 22,210,000 0 22,210,000
Canada Revenue Agency 4,060,833,990 3,887,739,495 4,367,158,757 37,694,937 4,404,853,694
Canada School of Public Service 88,509,012 70,879,683 85,481,745 0 85,481,745
Canadian Air Transport Security Authority 623,896,764 684,934,134 766,278,268 0 766,278,268
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation 1,038,023,798 1,038,023,798 1,038,023,798 75,000,000 1,113,023,798
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety 4,685,938 5,070,269 8,952,372 0 8,952,372
Canadian Commercial Corporation 14,240,000 8,880,000 3,510,000 0 3,510,000
Canadian Dairy Commission 3,884,137 3,605,377 3,599,617 0 3,599,617
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency 29,757,089 23,928,920 36,776,431 4,733,357 41,509,788
Canadian Food Inspection Agency 848,492,889 738,061,543 803,631,984 28,848,480 832,480,464
Canadian Grain Commission (16,912,346) 5,475,177 5,417,701 0 5,417,701
Canadian High Arctic Research Station 0 263,078 19,837,919 0 19,837,919
Canadian Human Rights Commission 23,219,162 22,162,418 22,862,443 0 22,862,443
Canadian Human Rights Tribunal 2,468,673 0 0 0 0
Canadian Institutes of Health Research 1,017,279,382 1,025,117,614 1,041,743,034 41,246,956 1,082,989,990
Canadian Intergovernmental Conference Secretariat 5,169,487 5,967,541 6,252,453 0 6,252,453
Canadian International Trade Tribunal 5,724,496 0 0 0 0
Canadian Museum for Human Rights 21,700,000 21,700,000 21,700,000 11,904,000 33,604,000
Canadian Museum of History 68,923,716 83,369,477 66,199,477 11,547,000 77,746,477
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 9,900,000 7,700,000 7,700,000 200,000 7,900,000
Canadian Museum of Nature 26,276,818 26,129,112 26,129,112 3,312,000 29,441,112
Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency 49,120,561 50,731,666 56,088,732 0 56,088,732
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission 138,139,569 133,283,236 137,721,993 86,001 137,807,994
Canadian Polar Commission 2,355,267 2,574,085 0 0 0
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission 11,446,162 12,160,264 14,773,936 0 14,773,936
Canadian Security Intelligence Service 515,275,578 551,928,885 595,820,716 (1,925,381) 593,895,335
Canadian Space Agency 376,090,938 487,428,282 450,703,971 10,000,000 460,703,971
Canadian Tourism Commission 57,975,770 62,975,770 95,475,770 0 95,475,770
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board 32,219,331 29,729,799 30,975,153 0 30,975,153
Canadian Transportation Agency 28,777,849 27,733,404 28,700,194 0 28,700,194
Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police 9,599,971 10,011,723 10,479,943 0 10,479,943
Communications Security Establishment 856,433,238 577,615,137 598,631,490 7,007,403 605,638,893
Copyright Board 3,069,506 3,110,713 3,252,670 0 3,252,670
Correctional Service of Canada 2,575,228,312 2,363,378,926 2,458,993,145 31,613,504 2,490,606,649
Courts Administration Service 69,150,406 63,952,587 73,812,057 2,235,807 76,047,864
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food 2,013,991,368 2,345,960,234 2,309,486,012 33,455,031 2,342,941,043
Department of Canadian Heritage 1,481,855,307 1,263,479,582 1,396,186,275 7,328,827 1,403,515,102
Department of Citizenship and Immigration 1,360,751,108 1,762,638,045 1,864,541,974 1,969,265 1,866,511,239
Department of Employment and Social Development 52,204,757,172 59,205,590,929 56,193,842,597 66,837,536 56,260,680,133
Department of Finance 85,683,154,816 87,199,382,405 89,468,421,843 548,358,892 90,016,780,735
Department of Fisheries and Oceans 1,736,967,289 2,278,555,600 2,711,886,644 28,306,028 2,740,192,672
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development 5,939,344,157 6,052,320,264 5,703,519,820 573,494,218 6,277,014,038
Department of Health 3,814,473,966 3,691,631,997 3,972,472,542 224,218,313 4,196,690,855
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development 7,691,653,138 8,812,909,136 8,741,558,559 644,259,909 9,385,818,468
Department of Industry 1,097,414,496 1,272,292,861 1,921,232,652 278,269,783 2,199,502,435
Department of Justice 708,851,618 683,917,443 705,759,591 21,078,998 726,838,589
Department of National Defence 18,453,938,461 19,353,508,936 19,023,759,216 239,106,558 19,262,865,774
Department of Natural Resources 2,049,418,787 2,515,174,980 1,714,972,962 28,319,564 1,743,292,526
Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness 675,462,786 1,135,152,033 1,207,169,603 67,729,408 1,274,899,011
Department of Public Works and Government Services 2,767,163,511 3,024,776,320 3,371,126,021 60,670,000 3,431,796,021
Department of the Environment 976,186,637 983,310,734 1,035,184,193 31,291,557 1,066,475,750
Department of Transport 1,605,081,311 1,685,413,449 1,420,019,369 47,248,771 1,467,268,140
Department of Veterans Affairs 3,376,879,954 3,660,068,788 3,637,676,015 129,961,829 3,767,637,844
Department of Western Economic Diversification 162,002,536 163,429,033 198,341,296 1,427,010 199,768,306
Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec 253,897,916 264,519,194 320,633,290 (160,000) 320,473,290
Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation 9,865,841 0 0 0 0
Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario 104,103,143 211,251,719 257,764,077 0 257,764,077
Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada 51,404,430 54,439,944 58,864,521 560,000 59,424,521
House of Commons 421,827,802 469,016,903 463,627,783 22,624,714 486,252,497
Immigration and Refugee Board 119,750,033 114,412,311 119,047,520 0 119,047,520
Indian Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation Commission 5,994,737 3,660,158 0 0 0
International Development Research Centre 190,023,783 183,478,242 149,205,625 0 149,205,625
International Joint Commission (Canadian Section) 6,764,952 6,761,044 7,080,671 275,000 7,355,671
Library and Archives of Canada 102,593,650 100,097,505 121,570,067 698,588 122,268,655
Library of Parliament 41,830,343 42,739,595 43,071,239 0 43,071,239
Marine Atlantic Inc. 127,484,000 374,331,000 146,222,000 0 146,222,000
Military Grievances External Review Committee 6,249,905 6,741,810 7,061,120 0 7,061,120
Military Police Complaints Commission 4,965,273 5,614,814 4,943,221 0 4,943,221
National Arts Centre Corporation 35,321,395 54,722,719 117,397,056 17,912,375 135,309,431
National Battlefields Commission 12,097,378 12,976,836 9,225,689 0 9,225,689
National Capital Commission 92,446,209 93,039,331 88,792,180 945,114 89,737,294
National Energy Board 87,321,083 94,102,055 92,705,275 826,355 93,531,630
National Film Board 62,562,516 59,652,377 64,627,997 1,500,000 66,127,997
National Gallery of Canada 44,308,269 43,773,542 44,888,410 1,190,000 46,078,410
National Museum of Science and Technology 33,370,395 59,109,746 105,603,776 2,569,000 108,172,776
National Research Council of Canada 955,704,916 974,567,390 1,136,507,918 11,813,228 1,148,321,146
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council 1,085,445,456 1,117,728,643 1,130,315,626 65,648,103 1,195,963,729
Northern Pipeline Agency 516,310 750,775 751,835 0 751,835
Office of Infrastructure of Canada 3,095,882,113 3,739,441,053 5,304,546,151 47,225,594 5,351,771,745
Office of the Auditor General 81,863,430 78,295,020 82,072,687 0 82,072,687
Office of the Chief Electoral Officer 150,766,375 395,959,817 99,995,510 0 99,995,510
Office of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs 517,620,426 527,851,120 558,313,410 449,670 558,763,080
Office of the Commissioner of Lobbying 4,680,527 4,452,540 4,664,007 0 4,664,007
Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages 22,415,874 20,833,525 21,819,424 0 21,819,424
Office of the Communications Security Establishment Commissioner 2,043,560 2,031,067 2,210,812 0 2,210,812
Office of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner 6,277,212 6,952,226 6,970,653 0 6,970,653
Office of the Co-ordinator, Status of Women 30,125,744 30,669,444 32,204,542 4,180,600 36,385,142
Office of the Correctional Investigator 4,768,000 4,655,541 4,869,855 0 4,869,855
Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions 175,246,750 183,335,490 194,267,475 0 194,267,475
Office of the Governor General’s Secretary 20,861,040 21,993,417 23,557,988 0 23,557,988
Office of the Public Sector Integrity Commissioner 4,841,027 5,448,442 5,707,218 0 5,707,218
Office of the Senate Ethics Officer 703,221 1,168,700 1,171,300 0 1,171,300
Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions 146,308,874 147,934,112 149,703,956 0 149,703,956
Offices of the Information and Privacy Commissioners of Canada 37,340,644 35,586,666 37,141,188 3,352,421 40,493,609
Parks Canada Agency 721,799,860 1,095,080,224 1,416,793,836 20,914,797 1,437,708,633
Parliamentary Protective Service 0 20,572,818 62,115,110 7,057,757 69,172,867
Parole Board of Canada 50,122,396 46,960,291 49,073,288 0 49,073,288
Patented Medicine Prices Review Board 7,930,280 10,945,181 11,338,988 0 11,338,988
PPP Canada Inc. 209,500,000 231,200,000 279,500,000 0 279,500,000
Privy Council Office 123,193,655 123,011,733 147,609,526 12,298,717 159,908,243
Public Health Agency of Canada 636,969,185 580,812,095 606,464,261 6,853,287 613,317,548
Public Service Commission 77,597,931 84,105,017 87,885,538 252,001 88,137,539
Public Service Labour Relations Board 8,004,719 0 0 0 0
Public Service Staffing Tribunal 2,973,549 0 0 0 0
Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada 31,992,787 31,763,943 35,345,724 118,039 35,463,763
Registry of the Competition Tribunal 575,378 0 0 0 0
Registry of the Public Servants Disclosure Protection Tribunal 965,243 0 0 0 0
Registry of the Specific Claims Tribunal 1,312,698 0 0 0 0
Royal Canadian Mounted Police 2,861,888,975 2,789,675,280 2,846,205,067 135,647,311 2,981,852,378
Royal Canadian Mounted Police External Review Committee 1,584,606 1,552,849 1,597,268 0 1,597,268
Security Intelligence Review Committee 2,980,020 3,086,243 7,265,926 0 7,265,926
Senate 85,402,391 88,747,958 90,115,308 0 90,115,308
Shared Services Canada 1,622,381,855 1,498,258,332 1,872,210,779 4,718,688 1,876,929,467
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council 712,926,648 718,933,521 737,152,924 40,935,779 778,088,703
Standards Council of Canada 12,889,535 9,829,000 10,274,000 0 10,274,000
Statistics Canada 467,202,461 525,090,821 775,425,387 0 775,425,387
Telefilm Canada 95,453,551 95,453,551 95,453,551 0 95,453,551
The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited 8,138,200 35,281,996 31,414,312 2,011,135 33,425,447
The Jacques-Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc. 244,957,619 426,801,000 351,919,000 15,606,000 367,525,000
Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada 884,415 0 0 0 0
Treasury Board Secretariat 3,221,689,682 7,941,060,118 4,839,370,810 41,725,917 4,881,096,727
Veterans Review and Appeal Board 11,423,299 10,896,563 11,394,187 0 11,394,187
VIA Rail Canada Inc. 406,210,121 395,067,134 389,760,000 35,690,000 425,450,000
Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority 8,059,104 461,094,912 215,989,827 350,584,925 566,574,752
Total Budgetary 231,119,942,327 250,686,079,790 251,933,417,816 4,256,230,388 256,189,648,204
Non-budgetary
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (10,465,313,333) (139,123,000) (644,314,000) 0 (644,314,000)
Canadian Dairy Commission (34,865,529) 0 0 0 0
Correctional Service of Canada (170) 0 0 0 0
Department of Citizenship and Immigration 1,201,648 0 0 0 0
Department of Employment and Social Development 844,568,846 776,467,550 979,969,792 0 979,969,792
Department of Finance 80,735,156,755 0 0 0 0
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development 66,603,112 45,471,875 3,098,451 0 3,098,451
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development 38,448,505 70,303,000 56,303,000 0 56,303,000
Department of Industry 0 800,000 800,000 0 800,000
Department of National Defence (4,645,510) 0 0 0 0
Department of Public Works and Government Services (11,463,186) 0 0 0 0
Department of Veterans Affairs (416) 0 0 0 0
Total Non-budgetary 71,169,690,722 753,919,425 395,857,243 0 395,857,243

Horizontal Items

A horizontal initiative is an initiative in which partners from two or more organizations have established a formal funding agreement (e.g. Memorandum to Cabinet or Treasury Board submission) to work toward the achievement of shared outcomes. This table provides a summary of those items for which funding is sought in Supplementary Estimates. It also provides an overview of initiatives related to Supplementary Estimates in the current fiscal year where two or more organizations are seeking incremental funding increases.

Table 5. Horizontal Items (dollars)
Organization Amount
Funding for affordable housing and social infrastructure projects (Budget 2016)
Funding in Supplementary Estimates (B) will support new construction of affordable housing and repair of existing affordable housing in Nunavik, Nunatsiavut and the Inuvialuit Settlement region.
Supplementary Estimates (A), 2016–17
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency 8,300,000
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation 1,069,800,000
Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency 3,200,000
Department of Canadian Heritage 83,400,395
Department of Employment and Social Development 76,011,686
Department of Health 94,855,483
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development 241,030,151
Department of Industry 2,600,000
Department of Western Economic Diversification 23,100,000
Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec 15,600,000
Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario 22,200,000
Parks Canada Agency 9,764,950
Total Statutory 1,996,256
Total 1,651,858,921
Supplementary Estimates (B), 2016–17
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development 25,500,000
Cumulative Total for 2016–17 1,677,358,921
Funding to maintain and upgrade federal infrastructure assets (Budget 2016)
This funding will support repairs and retrofits to the federal government’s properties and buildings, as well as the greening of government operations. Improvements will also be made to diverse federal assets.
Supplementary Estimates (A), 2016–17
Canada Border Services Agency 19,614,850
Canadian Food Inspection Agency 1,534,067
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food 9,162,357
Department of Fisheries and Oceans 159,379,338
Department of Health 12,712,126
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development 15,437,177
Department of Industry 9,643,900
Department of Natural Resources 31,110,500
Department of Public Works and Government Services 54,466,600
Department of the Environment 1,747,890
Department of Transport 17,884,338
Marine Atlantic Inc. 6,100,000
National Arts Centre Corporation 38,000,000
National Gallery of Canada 1,000,000
National Museum of Science and Technology 45,624,000
National Research Council of Canada 4,274,300
Parks Canada Agency 68,060,373
VIA Rail Canada Inc. 6,930,000
Total Statutory 2,049,527
Total 504,731,343
Supplementary Estimates (B), 2016–17
Correctional Service of Canada 271,766
Department of National Defence 36,422,000
National Capital Commission 460,000
Royal Canadian Mounted Police 24,630,000
Total 61,783,766
Cumulative Total for 2016–17 566,515,109
Funding to address the crises in Iraq and Syria and the impacts on the region
This funding will support Canada’s response to the Middle East crises and the needs of conflict-affected people in Iraq, Syria, Jordan and Lebanon. This includes military resources to train, advise and assist Iraqi security forces in their efforts to degrade and defeat Daesh; stabilization, humanitarian and development assistance in Iraq and the region to address short-term needs and support resiliency, stability and prosperity over the long term; as well as diplomatic engagement.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development 233,375,282
Department of National Defence 142,078,400
Total Statutory 5,702,512
Total 381,156,194
Funding related to the assessment, management and remediation of federal contaminated sites (Budget 2015)
This funding will support the Federal Contaminated Sites Action Plan to reduce and eventually eliminate federal financial liability for contaminated sites. Funding sought through these Supplementary Estimates will be allocated to federal departments, agencies and Crown corporations to continue the assessment, remediation and/or risk management of contaminated sites.
Supplementary Estimates (A), 2016–17
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food 207,800
Department of Fisheries and Oceans 12,353,243
Department of Health 2,363,762
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development 199,930,135
Department of the Environment 12,594,767
Department of Transport 22,665,300
Parks Canada Agency 3,581,910
Treasury Board Secretariat 469,000
Total Statutory 2,274,160
Total 256,440,077
Supplementary Estimates (B), 2016–17
Correctional Service of Canada 729,700
Department of National Defence 22,072,393
National Capital Commission 485,114
The Jacques-Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc. 15,606,000
Total Statutory 87,600
Total 38,980,807
Cumulative Total for 2016–17 295,420,884
Funding to resettle 10,000 additional government-assisted Syrian refugees in 2016
This funding will support departments in the resettlement of an additional 10,000 Syrian refugees. Supporting activities include medical and security screening of refugees abroad, travel by commercial airline, processing at the Canadian ports of entry, diplomatic engagement with host countries, increased capacity at missions abroad, temporary accommodations at an in-Canada reception centre and settlement programs.
Supplementary Estimates (A), 2016–17
Canada Border Services Agency 2,867,179
Department of Citizenship and Immigration 139,015,924
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development 7,707,925
Total Statutory 1,911,381
Total 151,502,409
Supplementary Estimates (B), 2016–17
Canada Border Services Agency 955,727
Department of Citizenship and Immigration 4,000,000
Total Statutory 89,208
Total 5,044,935
Cumulative Total for 2016–17 156,547,344
Funding to continue to fulfill Canada's obligations under the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement
This funding will support the independent assessment process which provides compensation to former students of Indian residential schools who suffered sexual, serious physical or serious psychological abuse. It will also support professional counselling as well as cultural and emotional support services for claimants and their families.
Department of Health 57,617,896
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development 58,117,985
Total Statutory 5,339,097
Total 121,074,978
Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2016)
The Youth Employment Strategy helps Canadians aged 15 to 30 gain the skills, abilities and work experience they need to find and maintain good employment. This increase in funding for the program will create new green jobs for youth, increase job opportunities in the heritage sector, and help more youth transition to the workforce with the Skills Link program.
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation 5,000,000
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food 1,858,270
Department of Canadian Heritage 1,922,425
Department of Employment and Social Development 43,133,157
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development 38,057,184
Department of Industry 1,103,193
Department of Natural Resources 1,168,082
Department of the Environment 7,596,856
National Research Council of Canada 10,000,000
Parks Canada Agency 3,964,188
Total Statutory 784,874
Total 114,588,229
Funding for Jordan’s Principle interim reforms which will increase social and health services for First Nations children
This funding will be used to assist in identifying the needs of children living on reserve with a disability or critical condition affecting their activities of daily living, connect these children and families to services, address service gaps, and improve the evidence base and data available. Examples of services and supports that may be covered through this funding include specialized medical supplies or equipment, allied health care services, such as physiotherapy and speech language therapy, special educational supports, respite and other home care services. The data and evidence gathered during this period, as well as the results of engagement with First Nations partners and provincial/territorial governments, will inform the development of a long-term approach to Jordan's Principle.
Department of Health 88,203,395
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development 200,139
Total Statutory 233,813
Total 88,637,347
Funding to continue the negotiation of comprehensive land claims and treaty and non-treaty agreements
The Comprehensive Claims Program supports Canada’s participation in modern treaty negotiations with Indigenous peoples. Currently there are 53 active negotiation tables across Canada. The Program also includes a number of initiatives to advance treaty negotiations, such as the provision of loans to First Nations, enabling them to fully participate in the negotiation process.
Supplementary Estimates (A), 2016–17
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency 122,211
Department of Fisheries and Oceans 1,714,173
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development 74,612,033
Department of Natural Resources 209,808
Department of the Environment 353,579
Parks Canada Agency 459,974
Total Statutory 1,883,753
Total 79,355,531
Supplementary Estimates (B), 2016–17
Canadian Museum of History 170,000
Department of Finance 265,587
Department of Justice 2,503,324
Total Statutory 491,569
Total 3,430,480
Cumulative Total for 2016–17 82,786,011
Funding for the Canada First Research Excellence Fund
The Canada First Research Excellence Fund helps competitively selected Canadian post-secondary institutions attract top research talent, seize emerging opportunities, and leverage their key strengths into world-leading capabilities that will generate benefits for Canadians. The Fund is a tri-agency initiative and is administered by the Tri-agency Institutional Programs Secretariat, which is housed within the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council. This funding will fund 13 research proposals selected in the Fund’s second competition.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research 8,820,543
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council 35,722,787
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council 4,867,871
Total 49,411,201
Funding to promote clean growth and address climate change (Budget 2016)
This funding will support activities related to reducing greenhouse gas emissions, adapting to the effects of climate change, supporting Canada’s leadership role in international environmental organizations and encouraging clean technology development.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans 2,627,110
Department of Health 2,277,591
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development 8,617,404
Department of Natural Resources 2,402,005
Department of the Environment 15,017,241
Total Statutory 1,515,662
Total 32,457,013
Funding to support the national museums (Budget 2016)
Canada’s national museums face financial pressures that have affected their capacity to operate, maintain and reinvest in their facilities. This funding will address increased obligations for payments in lieu of taxes and will allow the museums to proceed with renovation and repair projects which primarily relate to health and safety issues.
Canadian Museum for Human Rights 11,904,000
Canadian Museum of History 11,377,000
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 200,000
Canadian Museum of Nature 3,312,000
National Gallery of Canada 1,190,000
National Museum of Science and Technology 2,569,000
Total 30,552,000
Funding to expand the Nutrition North Canada Program to support all northern isolated communities (Budget 2014 and Budget 2016)
Nutrition North Canada helps alleviate the high cost of food in many northern isolated communities by providing a subsidy on perishable nutritious food. Culturally appropriate nutrition education initiatives are also provided to promote the consumption of a healthy diet. This funding will support expansion of the program to include an additional 37 communities, beginning October 1, 2016.
Department of Health 1,386,657
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development 27,976,391
Public Health Agency of Canada 405,000
Total Statutory 161,199
Total 29,929,247
Funding to implement the Government’s response to the Syrian refugee crisis
25,000 Syrian refugees were resettled in Canada between November 2015 and February 2016. Funding in Supplementary Estimates (B) will address remaining costs for refugee processing as well as medical examinations and travel.
Supplementary Estimates (A), 2016–17
Canada Border Services Agency 995,346
Department of Citizenship and Immigration 9,300,000
Shared Services Canada 1,400,000
Total Statutory 152,023
Total 11,847,369
Supplementary Estimates (B), 2016–17
Department of Citizenship and Immigration 7,260,800
Cumulative Total for 2016–17 19,108,169
Funding to protect marine and coastal areas (Budget 2016)
As a signatory to the International Convention on Biological Diversity, Canada has committed to conserving 10 percent of its coastal and marine areas by 2020. This funding will support development and designation of new Marine Protected Areas including scientific and socioeconomic data collection and analysis, stakeholder engagement, and resource assessments of potential conservation areas.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans 11,815,995
Department of Natural Resources 2,854,922
Total Statutory 1,219,624
Total 15,890,541
Funding to address air pollution (Budget 2016)
This funding will support scientific research, analysis, policy development, monitoring, reporting, assessment of health risks, regulation and other mitigation activities related to air pollution including indoor air pollution.
Department of the Environment 6,080,303
National Research Council of Canada 1,618,017
Total Statutory 777,611
Total 8,475,931
Funding to support Grand Challenges Canada to advance global health (Budget 2015)
Grand Challenges Canada funds the development and market readiness of health innovations in low and middle income countries. Innovations include new technologies, new ways of delivering and/or financing goods and services, more cost-effective adaptations of existing solutions, and new ways to increase uptake of existing proven solutions.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research 100,000
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development 7,900,000
Total 8,000,000
Funding to improve access to international markets for Canadian agricultural products (Budget 2015)
This funding will intensify ongoing work to respond to market access issues, support trade negotiations, and provide Canadian leadership at international standard-setting bodies
Canadian Food Inspection Agency 4,153,538
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food 1,795,694
Total Statutory 520,824
Total 6,470,056
Funding to establish a Canadian Food Safety Information Network to strengthen the ability to detect and respond to food hazards
A key component of a modern food safety system is the ability to share standardized food safety data and analysis among all food safety authorities. This funding will be used to support the establishment of a Canadian Food Safety Information Network to link federal and provincial food safety authorities and private food testing laboratories across Canada. The network will allow food safety data to be compiled, analyzed and shared in real time, allowing for more rapid detection of and response to food safety hazards.
Canadian Food Inspection Agency 3,825,267
Public Health Agency of Canada 1,489,702
Total Statutory 327,229
Total 5,642,198
Funding to strengthen marine incident prevention, preparedness and response in waters south of the 60th parallel (Budget 2015)
This funding will support improved marine oil spill response in the St. Lawrence River, scientific research on the behaviour of oil in freshwater and equipping coastal Indigenous communities to perform marine safety operations.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans 1,725,877
Department of Natural Resources 278,647
Department of the Environment 877,613
Department of Transport 1,202,971
Total Statutory 346,317
Total 4,431,425
Funding to support interim measures as part of the review of the federal environmental assessment process (Budget 2016)
The federal environmental assessment process is under review. As such, an Interim Strategy was announced in January 2016 to guide environmental assessments for major projects that were already underway. This funding will support measures related to engagement and Crown consultations with impacted communities, including First Nations, along the proposed routes of several large pipeline projects. Funding provided to the National Energy Board will be fully cost-recovered from industry.
Department of Natural Resources 2,817,628
Department of Transport 150,092
National Energy Board 688,629
Total Statutory 266,425
Total 3,922,774
Funding for the Canada Excellence Research Chairs which supports research and innovation in Canadian universities
The Canada Excellence Research Chairs program awards each of the chairpersons and their research teams up to $10 million over seven years to establish ambitious research programs in Canada. Through these researchers and their teams, the program aims to help Canadians build a critical mass of expertise in priority research areas, and to contribute to the branding of Canada as a location of choice for world-leading research, science, and technology development.
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council 248,000
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council 1,328,112
Total Statutory 15,622
Total 1,591,734
Funding to support water management studies in shared Canada/U.S. water basins (Budget 2016)
This funding will support studies related to flooding, water levels and water quality in the Richelieu River/Lake Champlain, Souris River and Lake of the Woods. Funded activities will also address recommendations from the 2013 Upper Great Lakes review. Approved funds will be matched by the U.S.
Department of the Environment 976,454
International Joint Commission (Canadian Section) 250,000
Total Statutory 75,820
Total 1,302,274

Detail by Organization

Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada

Table 1. Organization Summary (dollars) - Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Program expenditures

55,027,166 218,045 1 55,245,212
Total Voted 55,027,166 218,045 1 55,245,212
Total Statutory 9,413,110 0 0 9,413,110
Total Budgetary Expenditures 64,440,276 218,045 1 64,658,322
Table 2. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to authorize the transfer of funds between votes

Vote 1b 1
Total Voted Appropriations 1
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Royal Canadian Mounted Police to Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada to support the implementation of a new labour relations regime within the RCMP

Vote 1b 218,045
Total Transfers 218,045
Total Budgetary 218,046

Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency

Table 3. Organization Summary (dollars) - Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1 Operating expenditures

67,442,115 0 0 67,442,115

5b Grants and contributions

243,460,493 1,678,000 1 245,138,494
Total Voted 310,902,608 1,678,000 1 312,580,609
Total Statutory 8,814,591 0 0 8,814,591
Total Budgetary Expenditures 319,717,199 1,678,000 1 321,395,200
Table 4. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to authorize the transfer of funds between votes

Vote 5b 1
Total Voted Appropriations 1
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From National Defence to Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency to assist in the organization and delivery of the Halifax International Security Forum

Vote 5b 1,678,000
Total Transfers 1,678,000
Total Budgetary 1,678,001
Table 5. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Contributions

Contributions under the Business Development Program

131,176,388 1,678,001 132,854,389

Canada Border Services Agency

Table 6. Organization Summary (dollars) - Canada Border Services Agency
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

1,401,992,368 774,327 2,768,478 1,405,535,173

5b Capital expenditures

176,372,618 (1,561,134) 20,914,974 195,726,458
Total Voted 1,578,364,986 (786,807) 23,683,452 1,601,261,631
Total Statutory 185,381,577 0 350,019 185,731,596
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,763,746,563 (786,807) 24,033,471 1,786,993,227
Table 7. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for the strengthening of the National Immigration Detention Framework

Vote 1b 1,812,751
Vote 5b 20,914,974
Total 22,727,725

Funding to resettle 10,000 additional government-assisted Syrian refugees in 2016 (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 955,727
Total Voted Appropriations 23,683,452
Total Statutory Appropriations 350,019
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Royal Canadian Mounted Police to Canada Border Services Agency to administer the import requirements of the Firearms Act

Vote 1b 1,700,000

From Royal Canadian Mounted Police to Canada Border Services Agency to adjust funding previously provided for the construction of a joint use firing range facility in Chilliwack, British Columbia

Vote 1b 580,728
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Agriculture and Agri-Food, Canada Border Services Agency, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Citizenship and Immigration, National Defence and Royal Canadian Mounted Police to Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development to provide support to departmental staff located at missions abroad

Vote 1b (267,877)

From Canada Border Services Agency to Citizenship and Immigration to finalize the transfer of resources due to the realignment of responsibilities related to the International Liaison Network activities

Vote 1b (1,238,524)

From Canada Border Services Agency to The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited for the Canadian Plaza rehabilitation project in Sault Ste. Marie

Vote 5b (1,561,134)
Total Transfers (786,807)
Total Budgetary 23,246,664

Canada Council for the Arts

Table 8. Organization Summary (dollars) - Canada Council for the Arts
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Payments to the Council

222,347,387 127,000 1 222,474,388
Total Budgetary Expenditures 222,347,387 127,000 1 222,474,388
Table 9. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to authorize the transfer of funds between votes

Vote 1b 1
Total Voted Appropriations 1
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Canadian Heritage to Canada Council for the Arts to support multilateral cooperation French-language theatre projects, as well as to ensure Canadaʼs participation in meetings of the Commission internationale du théâtre francophone

Vote 1b 127,000
Total Transfers 127,000
Total Budgetary 127,001

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

Table 10. Organization Summary (dollars) - Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Reimbursement under the provisions of the National Housing Act and the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation Act

3,097,701,048 0 78,100,000 3,175,801,048
Total Budgetary Expenditures 3,097,701,048 0 78,100,000 3,175,801,048
Non-Budgetary
Total Statutory (644,314,000) 0 0 (644,314,000)
Total Non-Budgetary Expenditures (644,314,000) 0 0 (644,314,000)
Table 11. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for the prepayment flexibility for long-term, non-renewable CMHC mortgages held by co-operative and non-profit social housing providers (Budget 2015)

Vote 1b 50,000,000

Funding for the Affordable Rental Housing Innovation Fund (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 13,100,000

Funding to support homeowners affected by pyrrhotite (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 10,000,000

Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 5,000,000
Total Voted Appropriations 78,100,000
Total Budgetary 78,100,000

Canada Revenue Agency

Table 12. Organization Summary (dollars) - Canada Revenue Agency
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures, contributions and recoverable expenditures in relation to the application of the Canada Pension Plan and the Employment Insurance Act

3,259,655,233 0 139,583,733 3,399,238,966

5b Capital expenditures and recoverable expenditures in relation to the application of the Canada Pension Plan and the Employment Insurance Act

86,955,737 0 6,477,217 93,432,954
Total Voted 3,346,610,970 0 146,060,950 3,492,671,920
Total Statutory 1,020,547,787 0 (108,366,013) 912,181,774
Total Budgetary Expenditures 4,367,158,757 0 37,694,937 4,404,853,694
Table 13. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for the implementation and administration of various measures to crack down on tax evasion, combat tax avoidance and enhance tax collections (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 58,843,999
Vote 5b 6,477,217
Total 65,321,216

Funding for the implementation and administration of various measures to enhance the capacity to deliver client-focused services (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 44,324,879

Funding for the administration of the goods and services tax

Vote 1b 30,000,000

Funding for the implementation and administration of various legislative and enhanced compliance measures

Vote 1b 6,414,855
Total Voted Appropriations 146,060,950
Total Statutory Appropriations (108,366,013)
Total Budgetary 37,694,937

Canadian Broadcasting Corporation

Table 14. Organization Summary (dollars) - Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Payments to the Corporation for operating expenditures

927,306,798 0 75,000,000 1,002,306,798

5 Payments to the Corporation for working capital

4,000,000 0 0 4,000,000

10 Payments to the Corporation for capital expenditures

106,717,000 0 0 106,717,000
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,038,023,798 0 75,000,000 1,113,023,798
Table 15. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to disseminate and support world-class Canadian content and to provide Canadians with better access to programs and services in the digital era (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 75,000,000
Total Voted Appropriations 75,000,000
Total Budgetary 75,000,000

Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency

Table 16. Organization Summary (dollars) - Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Program expenditures

32,843,932 171,996 4,332,364 37,348,292
Total Voted 32,843,932 171,996 4,332,364 37,348,292
Total Statutory 3,932,499 0 228,997 4,161,496
Total Budgetary Expenditures 36,776,431 171,996 4,561,361 41,509,788
Table 17. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for the review of environmental assessment processes

Vote 1b 4,332,364
Total Voted Appropriations 4,332,364
Total Statutory Appropriations 228,997
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Natural Resources to Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency to support the administration of Natural Resourcesʼ participant funding for consultations with Indigenous groups for projects under the interim measures

Vote 1b 171,996
Total Transfers 171,996
Total Budgetary 4,733,357
Table 18. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Contributions

Contributions to support the participation of the public and Indigenous groups in the environmental assessment and associated review processes – Participant Funding Program

4,469,000 1,000,000 5,469,000

Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Table 19. Organization Summary (dollars) - Canadian Food Inspection Agency
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures and contributions

565,367,173 6,519,632 16,129,072 588,015,877

5b Capital expenditures

99,049,709 180,000 4,039,340 103,269,049
Total Voted 664,416,882 6,699,632 20,168,412 691,284,926
Total Statutory 139,215,102 0 1,980,436 141,195,538
Total Budgetary Expenditures 803,631,984 6,699,632 22,148,848 832,480,464
Table 20. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to improve food safety for Canadians (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 11,800,025
Vote 5b 389,582
Total 12,189,607

Funding to improve access to international markets for Canadian agricultural products (Budget 2015) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 4,153,538

Funding to establish a Canadian Food Safety Information Network to strengthen the ability to detect and respond to food hazards (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 175,509
Vote 5b 3,649,758
Total 3,825,267
Total Voted Appropriations 20,168,412
Total Statutory Appropriations 1,980,436
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Agriculture and Agri-Food to Canadian Food Inspection Agency to undertake activities to improve market access for Canadian agricultural products

Vote 1b 4,900,000

From Agriculture and Agri-Food to Canadian Food Inspection Agency to support initiatives that address food safety, biosecurity and traceability under Growing Forward 2

Vote 1b 2,500,000

From National Defence to Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, Health, Industry, Natural Resources and Royal Canadian Mounted Police to support the Canadian Safety and Security Program, which provides science and technology solutions, support and advice for responding to the Government of Canadaʼs public safety and security policy imperatives

Vote 5b 180,000
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Canadian Food Inspection Agency to Public Service Commission for the Public Service Resourcing System, the national recruitment system behind the federal governmentʼs primary job portal

Vote 1b (252,000)

From Agriculture and Agri-Food, Canada Border Services Agency, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Citizenship and Immigration, National Defence and Royal Canadian Mounted Police to Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development to provide support to departmental staff located at missions abroad

Vote 1b (628,368)
Total Transfers 6,699,632
Total Budgetary 28,848,480

Canadian Institutes of Health Research

Table 21. Organization Summary (dollars) - Canadian Institutes of Health Research
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

49,727,990 1,432,340 1,570,660 52,730,990

5b Grants

985,889,220 1,023,813 37,020,543 1,023,933,576
Total Voted 1,035,617,210 2,456,153 38,591,203 1,076,664,566
Total Statutory 6,125,824 0 199,600 6,325,424
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,041,743,034 2,456,153 38,790,803 1,082,989,990
Table 22. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to strengthen Canada’s world class research capacity and excellence (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 1,470,660
Vote 5b 28,200,000
Total 29,670,660

Funding for the Canada First Research Excellence Fund (horizontal item)

Vote 5b 8,820,543

Funding to support Grand Challenges Canada to advance global health (Budget 2015) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 100,000
Total Voted Appropriations 38,591,203
Total Statutory Appropriations 199,600
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Public Health Agency of Canada to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to support the Canadian Immunization Research Network

Vote 5b 2,000,000

From Employment and Social Development and Public Health Agency of Canada to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to support analysis of the national data collected by the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging initiative

Vote 5b 192,890

From Public Health Agency of Canada to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to support a clinical trial conducted by the Canadian Immunization Research Network for an Ebola Vaccine

Vote 5b 188,263

From Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council to Canadian Institutes of Health Research and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council to support partnerships between Canadian colleges, universities and local companies to increase innovation

Vote 5b 50,000

From Health to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to support the development of nutrition and health policy and programs through the use of the Canadian Community Health Survey

Vote 5b 25,000
Internal Transfers

Internal reallocation to coordinate and manage the multi-staged peer review process, as well as to implement the iterative review process for Indigenous research

Vote 1b 1,432,340
Vote 5b (1,432,340)
Total 0

Reallocation of funding from the Institute Support Grant transfer payment program ($900,000) to the Grants for Research Projects and Personnel Support transfer payment program

Vote 5b 0
Total Transfers 2,456,153
Total Budgetary 41,246,956
Table 23. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants

Grants for research projects and personnel support

880,421,648 30,073,813 910,495,461

Canada First Research Excellence Fund

16,440,279 8,820,543 25,260,822

College and Community Innovation Program

0 50,000 50,000

Canadian Museum for Human Rights

Table 24. Organization Summary (dollars) - Canadian Museum for Human Rights
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Payments to the Museum for operating and capital expenditures

21,700,000 0 11,904,000 33,604,000
Total Budgetary Expenditures 21,700,000 0 11,904,000 33,604,000
Table 25. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to support the national museums (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 11,904,000
Total Voted Appropriations 11,904,000
Total Budgetary 11,904,000

Canadian Museum of History

Table 26. Organization Summary (dollars) - Canadian Museum of History
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Payments to the Museum for operating and capital expenditures

66,199,477 0 11,547,000 77,746,477
Total Budgetary Expenditures 66,199,477 0 11,547,000 77,746,477
Table 27. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to support the national museums (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 11,377,000

Funding to continue the negotiation of comprehensive land claims and treaty and non-treaty agreements (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 170,000
Total Voted Appropriations 11,547,000
Total Budgetary 11,547,000

Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21

Table 28. Organization Summary (dollars) - Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Payments to the Museum for operating and capital expenditures

7,700,000 0 200,000 7,900,000
Total Budgetary Expenditures 7,700,000 0 200,000 7,900,000
Table 29. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to support the national museums (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 200,000
Total Voted Appropriations 200,000
Total Budgetary 200,000

Canadian Museum of Nature

Table 30. Organization Summary (dollars) - Canadian Museum of Nature
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Payments to the Museum for operating and capital expenditures

26,129,112 0 3,312,000 29,441,112
Total Budgetary Expenditures 26,129,112 0 3,312,000 29,441,112
Table 31. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to support the national museums (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 3,312,000
Total Voted Appropriations 3,312,000
Total Budgetary 3,312,000

Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission

Table 32. Organization Summary (dollars) - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Program expenditures

40,242,711 86,000 1 40,328,712
Total Voted 40,242,711 86,000 1 40,328,712
Total Statutory 97,479,282 0 0 97,479,282
Total Budgetary Expenditures 137,721,993 86,000 1 137,807,994
Table 33. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to authorize the transfer of funds between votes

Vote 1b 1
Total Voted Appropriations 1
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From National Defence to Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, Health, Industry, Natural Resources and Royal Canadian Mounted Police to support the Canadian Safety and Security Program, which provides science and technology solutions, support and advice for responding to the Government of Canadaʼs public safety and security policy imperatives

Vote 1b 86,000
Total Transfers 86,000
Total Budgetary 86,001

Canadian Space Agency

Table 34. Organization Summary (dollars) - Canadian Space Agency
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1 Operating expenditures

184,497,707 0 0 184,497,707

5 Capital expenditures

210,421,606 (193,500) 0 210,228,106

10b Grants and contributions

45,748,000 193,500 10,000,000 55,941,500
Total Voted 440,667,313 0 10,000,000 450,667,313
Total Statutory 10,036,658 0 0 10,036,658
Total Budgetary Expenditures 450,703,971 0 10,000,000 460,703,971
Table 35. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for additional Canadian contributions to the European Space Agencyʼs Advanced Research in Telecommunication System (ARTES) program (Budget 2015)

Vote 10b 10,000,000
Total Voted Appropriations 10,000,000
Transfers
Internal Transfers

Internal reallocation of resources to support research, awareness and learning in space science and technology

Vote 5 (193,500)
Vote 10b 193,500
Total 0
Total Transfers 0
Total Budgetary 10,000,000
Table 36. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants

Class Grant Program to Support Research, Awareness and Learning in Space Science and Technology

8,860,000 193,500 9,053,500
Contributions

Contributions to the Canada/European Space Agency Cooperation Agreement

27,031,000 10,000,000 37,031,000

Communications Security Establishment

Table 37. Organization Summary (dollars) - Communications Security Establishment
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Program expenditures

561,116,131 5,907,403 1,100,000 568,123,534
Total Voted 561,116,131 5,907,403 1,100,000 568,123,534
Total Statutory 37,515,359 0 0 37,515,359
Total Budgetary Expenditures 598,631,490 5,907,403 1,100,000 605,638,893
Table 38. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for the Long-Term Accommodation Project

Vote 1b 1,100,000
Total Voted Appropriations 1,100,000
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From National Defence to Communications Security Establishment for support to military operations

Vote 1b 5,907,403
Total Transfers 5,907,403
Total Budgetary 7,007,403

Correctional Service of Canada

Table 39. Organization Summary (dollars) - Correctional Service of Canada
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures, grants and contributions

1,976,338,298 0 31,590,964 2,007,929,262

5 Capital expenditures

231,330,497 0 0 231,330,497
Total Voted 2,207,668,795 0 31,590,964 2,239,259,759
Total Statutory 251,324,350 0 22,540 251,346,890
Total Budgetary Expenditures 2,458,993,145 0 31,613,504 2,490,606,649
Table 40. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to cover expenditures due to changes in offender population volumes and price fluctuations

Vote 1b 30,589,498

Funding related to the assessment, management and remediation of federal contaminated sites (Budget 2015) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 729,700

Funding to maintain and upgrade federal infrastructure assets (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 271,766
Total Voted Appropriations 31,590,964
Total Statutory Appropriations 22,540
Total Budgetary 31,613,504

Courts Administration Service

Table 41. Organization Summary (dollars) - Courts Administration Service
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Program expenditures

66,659,930 0 2,205,425 68,865,355
Total Voted 66,659,930 0 2,205,425 68,865,355
Total Statutory 7,152,127 0 30,382 7,182,509
Total Budgetary Expenditures 73,812,057 0 2,235,807 76,047,864
Table 42. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to invest in essential information technology infrastructure to safeguard the efficiency of the federal court system (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 1,294,910

Funding to relocate the Québec City court facilities (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 910,515
Total Voted Appropriations 2,205,425
Total Statutory Appropriations 30,382
Total Budgetary 2,235,807

Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food

Table 43. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

567,140,637 (7,452,178) 9,445,894 569,134,353

5b Capital expenditures

88,174,077 0 1,300,500 89,474,577

10b Grants and contributions

343,252,000 0 30,074,850 373,326,850
Total Voted 998,566,714 (7,452,178) 40,821,244 1,031,935,780
Total Statutory 1,310,919,298 0 85,965 1,311,005,263
Total Budgetary Expenditures 2,309,486,012 (7,452,178) 40,907,209 2,342,941,043
Table 44. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for Cost-Shared and Attributed Strategic Initiatives programming in Innovation, Competitiveness and Market Development, and Adaptability and Industry Capacity under Growing Forward 2

Vote 10b 27,374,850

Reinvestment of royalties from intellectual property

Vote 1b 5,730,152

Reinvestment of revenues from sales and services related to research, facilities and equipment, and other revenue

Vote 1b 2,761,778

Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 158,270
Vote 10b 1,700,000
Total 1,858,270

Funding to improve access to international markets for Canadian agricultural products (Budget 2015) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 795,694
Vote 10b 1,000,000
Total 1,795,694

Reinvestment of revenues from the sale or transfer of real property

Vote 5b 1,300,500
Total Voted Appropriations 40,821,244
Total Statutory Appropriations 85,965
Transfers
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Agriculture and Agri-Food, Canada Border Services Agency, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Citizenship and Immigration, National Defence and Royal Canadian Mounted Police to Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development to provide support to departmental staff located at missions abroad

Vote 1b (52,178)

From Agriculture and Agri-Food to Canadian Food Inspection Agency to support initiatives that address food safety, biosecurity and traceability under Growing Forward 2

Vote 1b (2,500,000)

From Agriculture and Agri-Food to Canadian Food Inspection Agency to undertake activities to improve market access for Canadian agricultural products

Vote 1b (4,900,000)
Total Transfers (7,452,178)
Total Budgetary 33,455,031
Table 45. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants

Grants to foreign recipients for participation in international organizations supporting agriculture

883,000 1,000,000 1,883,000
Contributions

Contributions for Cost-Shared Strategic Initiatives programming in Competitiveness and Market Development under Growing Forward 2

60,869,892 16,707,195 77,577,087

Contributions for Cost-Shared Strategic Initiatives programming in Innovation under Growing Forward 2

100,179,252 8,160,822 108,340,074

Contributions for Cost-Shared Strategic Initiatives programming in Adaptability and Industry Capacity under Growing Forward 2

44,830,856 2,506,833 47,337,689

Contributions under the Career Focus program – Youth Employment Strategy

864,000 1,700,000 2,564,000

Department of Canadian Heritage

Table 46. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Canadian Heritage
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

189,865,237 5,127,757 624,855 195,617,849

5b Grants and contributions

1,180,501,549 (1,225,424) 2,777,570 1,182,053,695
Total Voted 1,370,366,786 3,902,333 3,402,425 1,377,671,544
Total Statutory 25,819,489 0 24,069 25,843,558
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,396,186,275 3,902,333 3,426,494 1,403,515,102
Table 47. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 144,855
Vote 5b 1,777,570
Total 1,922,425

Funding to support the operating expenses of Harbourfront Centre

Vote 5b 1,000,000

Funding to support celebrations of Canadaʼs 150th anniversary of Confederation in 2017

Vote 1b 480,000
Total Voted Appropriations 3,402,425
Total Statutory Appropriations 24,069
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Citizenship and Immigration to Canadian Heritage to transfer the budgets related to the Multiculturalism Program to reflect the transfer of responsibilities of this program

Vote 1b 5,024,057
Vote 5b 44,450
Total 5,068,507

From Indian Affairs and Northern Development to Canadian Heritage to promote public awareness and community participation in National Aboriginal Day activities

Vote 5b 310,000

From Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development to Canadian Heritage for the provision of support to the National Capital Commission, which reflects the change in ministerial responsibility

Vote 1b 113,700
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Canadian Heritage to Canada Council for the Arts to support multilateral cooperation French-language theatre projects, as well as to ensure Canadaʼs participation in meetings of the Commission internationale du théâtre francophone

Vote 5b (127,000)

From Canadian Heritage to National Arts Centre Corporation for the 2017 edition of the biennial event "Zones Théâtrales", which has the mandate to showcase professional theatre from Canadian francophone communities and the regions of Quebec

Vote 5b (150,000)

From Canadian Heritage to Library and Archives of Canada for the Foundational Documents Exhibit at the Library of Parliament to mark Canadaʼs 150th anniversary of Confederation

Vote 5b (200,000)

From Canadian Heritage to Indian Affairs and Northern Development for the Programs and Services Transfer Agreements for Indigenous languages to self-governing Yukon First Nations

Vote 5b (229,449)

From Canadian Heritage to Library and Archives of Canada in support of the acquisition, access and preservation of Canadian sound recordings

Vote 5b (360,000)

From Canadian Heritage to Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council for research to inform policy development related to sport participation

Vote 1b (10,000)
Vote 5b (513,425)
Total (523,425)
Total Transfers 3,902,333
Total Budgetary 7,328,827
Table 48. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants

Grants in support of the Celebration and Commemoration Program

47,520,000 310,000 47,830,000
Contributions

Contributions under the Museums Assistance Program

11,076,284 1,477,570 12,553,854

Contribution to the Harbourfront Centre

0 1,000,000 1,000,000

Contributions in support of the Enhancement of Official Languages Program

105,923,289 300,000 106,223,289

Contributions in support of the Multiculturalism Program

5,521,316 44,450 5,565,766

Department of Citizenship and Immigration

Table 49. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Citizenship and Immigration
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

690,460,770 (11,850,860) 13,089,920 691,699,830

5b Capital expenditures

18,181,081 0 865,285 19,046,366

10a Grants and contributions

1,270,832,721 (354,450) 0 1,270,478,271
Total Voted 1,979,474,572 (12,205,310) 13,955,205 1,981,224,467
Total Statutory (114,932,598) 0 219,370 (114,713,228)
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,864,541,974 (12,205,310) 14,174,575 1,866,511,239
Table 50. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to implement the Governmentʼs response to the Syrian refugee crisis (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 7,260,800

Funding to resettle 10,000 additional government-assisted Syrian refugees in 2016 (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 4,000,000

Funding to expand eligibility to electronic travel authorization to certain low-risk travellers and to develop a new information sharing connection with the US

Vote 1b 1,192,040
Vote 5b 865,285
Total 2,057,325

Funding to improve healthcare for detainees in immigration holding centres

Vote 1b 637,080
Total Voted Appropriations 13,955,205
Total Statutory Appropriations 219,370
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Canada Border Services Agency to Citizenship and Immigration to finalize the transfer of resources due to the realignment of responsibilities related to the International Liaison Network activities

Vote 1b 1,238,524
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Citizenship and Immigration, National Defence, Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Transport to Shared Services Canada for the cost of providing core information technology services within Canada and missions abroad

Vote 1b (82,261)

From Citizenship and Immigration to Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council to support immigration and refugee resettlement research

Vote 10a (310,000)

From Agriculture and Agri-Food, Canada Border Services Agency, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Citizenship and Immigration, National Defence and Royal Canadian Mounted Police to Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development to provide support to departmental staff located at missions abroad

Vote 1b (3,983,066)

From Citizenship and Immigration to Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development to resettle 10,000 additional government-assisted Syrian refugees in 2016

Vote 1b (4,000,000)

From Citizenship and Immigration to Canadian Heritage to transfer the budgets related to the Multiculturalism Program to reflect the transfer of responsibilities of this program

Vote 1b (5,024,057)
Vote 10a (44,450)
Total (5,068,507)
Total Transfers (12,205,310)
Total Budgetary 1,969,265

Department of Employment and Social Development

Table 51. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Employment and Social Development
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

631,759,566 2,952,599 19,902,446 654,614,611

5b Grants and contributions

1,972,638,415 497,000 39,748,000 2,012,883,415
Total Voted 2,604,397,981 3,449,599 59,650,446 2,667,498,026
Total Statutory 53,589,444,616 0 3,737,491 53,593,182,107
Total Budgetary Expenditures 56,193,842,597 3,449,599 63,387,937 56,260,680,133
Non-Budgetary
Total Statutory 979,969,792 0 0 979,969,792
Total Non-Budgetary Expenditures 979,969,792 0 0 979,969,792
Table 52. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 3,385,157
Vote 5b 39,748,000
Total 43,133,157

Funding for the Old Age Security Increased Workload and Enhanced Program Integrity Measures

Vote 1b 16,517,289
Total Voted Appropriations 59,650,446
Total Statutory Appropriations 3,737,491
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Indian Affairs and Northern Development to Employment and Social Development for Nunavut Inuit Labour Force Analysis costs

Vote 1b 3,114,773

From Indian Affairs and Northern Development to Employment and Social Development to support the Kativik Regional Government to streamline delivery of youth programming

Vote 5b 497,000
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Employment and Social Development and Public Health Agency of Canada to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to support analysis of the national data collected by the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging initiative

Vote 1b (32,000)

From Employment and Social Development to the Privy Council Office to support resources for the Blueprint 2020 initiative

Vote 1b (130,174)
Total Transfers 3,449,599
Total Budgetary 66,837,536
Table 53. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Contributions

Payments to provinces, territories, municipalities, other public bodies, organizations, groups, communities, employers and individuals for the provision of training and/or work experience, the mobilization of community resources, and human resource planning and adjustment measures necessary for the efficient functioning of the Canadian labour market

736,432,566 40,245,000 776,677,566

Department of Finance

Table 54. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Finance
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Program expenditures

95,369,878 0 5,820,073 101,189,951

5 Authority for amount by way of direct payments to the International Development Association pursuant to Bretton Woods and Related Agreements Act

1 0 0 1

7b Authority to increase the limit of insured loans under the Protection of Residential Mortgage or Hypothecary Insurance Act

0 0 1 1
Total Voted 95,369,879 0 5,820,074 101,189,953
Total Statutory 89,373,051,964 0 542,538,818 89,915,590,782
Total Budgetary Expenditures 89,468,421,843 0 548,358,892 90,016,780,735
Table 55. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to support the operating expenses of Harbourfront Centre (Budget 2015)

Vote 1b 4,000,000

Funding for the Financial Sector Legislative Review (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 549,150

Funding for the Implementation and Monitoring of the Financial Stability Reform Agenda

Vote 1b 451,128

Funding for the Arbitration Process under the Canada-Quebec Comprehensive Integrated Tax Coordination Agreement

Vote 1b 283,531

Funding to support policy and legal work for the Target Benefit Plan Initiative

Vote 1b 270,677

Funding to continue the negotiation of comprehensive land claims and treaty and non-treaty agreements (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 265,587

Authority to increase the limit of insured mortgage or hypothecary loans provided by private sector insurers under section 27 of the Protection of Residential Mortgage or Hypothecary Insurance Act

Vote 7b 1
Total Voted Appropriations 5,820,074
Total Statutory Appropriations 542,538,818
Total Budgetary 548,358,892
Table 56. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Contributions

Contribution to the Harbourfront Centre

0 4,000,000 4,000,000

Department of Fisheries and Oceans

Table 57. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Fisheries and Oceans
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

1,430,799,430 (957,007) 20,842,744 1,450,685,167

5b Capital expenditures

1,055,389,554 0 1,588,390 1,056,977,944

10b Grants and contributions

94,450,048 1,930,772 3,060,074 99,440,894
Total Voted 2,580,639,032 973,765 25,491,208 2,607,104,005
Total Statutory 131,247,612 0 1,841,055 133,088,667
Total Budgetary Expenditures 2,711,886,644 973,765 27,332,263 2,740,192,672
Table 58. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to protect marine and coastal areas (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 11,390,995
Vote 5b 50,000
Vote 10b 375,000
Total 11,815,995

Funding to review changes to the Fisheries Act and to enhance monitoring and reporting of existing projects permitted under the Fisheries Act

Vote 1b 2,685,822
Vote 10b 750,000
Total 3,435,822

Funding to promote clean growth and address climate change (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 2,627,110

Funding to strengthen marine incident prevention, preparedness and response in waters south of the 60th parallel (Budget 2015) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 1,675,877
Vote 5b 25,000
Vote 10b 25,000
Total 1,725,877

Funding for the procurement of two Canadian Coast Guard Channel Survey and Sounding Vessels

Vote 5b 1,513,390

Reinvestment of royalties from intellectual property

Vote 1b 1,472,891

Funding to support projects under the Small Craft Harbours Grants program

Vote 10b 1,440,600

Reinvestment of revenues received from polluters or the Ship-Source Oil Pollution Fund for clean up costs associated with oil spills

Vote 1b 630,821

Funding to ensure the completion of improvements at core fishing harbours across Canada to address safety issues and operational deficiencies

Vote 1b 359,228

Funding to implement the strategic, staged approach to treaty fisheries negotiations with Miʼkmaq and Maliseet First Nations

Vote 10b 250,000

Funding for the Implementation of the Yale First Nation Final Agreement and Tla’amin Final Agreement

Vote 10b 219,474
Total Voted Appropriations 25,491,208
Total Statutory Appropriations 1,841,055
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Environment to Fisheries and Oceans to continue the environmental restoration of key aquatic areas of concern identified under the Canada-United States Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement

Vote 1b 1,329,063
Internal Transfers

To support community based salmon projects undertaken by community organizations, volunteer groups or First Nations

Vote 1b (1,192,068)
Vote 10b 1,192,068
Total 0

To support projects under the Small Craft Harbours Contributions program

Vote 1b (590,238)
Vote 10b 590,238
Total 0

To support organizations that research, develop, manage and promote fisheries and oceans-related issues

Vote 1b (393,194)
Vote 10b 393,194
Total 0

To support academic research and development related to science priorities (Academic Research Contribution Program)

Vote 1b (110,570)
Vote 10b 110,570
Total 0
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Fisheries and Oceans to Environment to support Aboriginal involvement in activities intended to protect terrestrial species at risk within the framework of the Species at Risk Act

Vote 10b (35,298)

From Fisheries and Oceans to Indian Affairs and Northern Development to support the co-management of the Tarium Niryutait Marine Protected Area, Coordination of Traditional and Local Knowledge, and Travel Support for Fisheries Joint Management Committee Canada Members in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region

Vote 10b (320,000)
Total Transfers 973,765
Total Budgetary 28,306,028
Table 59. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants

Grant Program for the disposal of small craft harbours

500,000 1,440,600 1,940,600

Grant to Support Indigenous Groups in Negotiations of Conservation Measures

0 100,000 100,000
Contributions

Contribution to the Pacific Salmon Foundation

962,000 1,192,068 2,154,068

Participant Funding Program for Reviews Related to Fish, Fish Habitat and Navigation

0 750,000 750,000

Contributions to support the Small Craft Harbours Class Contribution Program

500,000 590,238 1,090,238

Contributions to support increased Native participation in commercial fisheries, cooperative fisheries management arrangements and consultations respecting Aboriginal fisheries agreements

49,971,597 469,474 50,441,071

Contributions to support organizations associated with research, development, management, and promotion of fisheries and oceans-related issues

758,217 393,194 1,151,411

Contribution to Support Establishment and Management of Conservation Measures

0 275,000 275,000

Contributions to support the Academic Research Contribution Program for the support of academic research and development related to science priorities

2,839,228 110,570 2,949,798

Ocean and Freshwater Science Contribution Program

4,470,000 25,000 4,495,000

Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development

Table 60. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

1,544,389,323 10,119,949 62,188,733 1,616,698,005

5b Capital expenditures

159,984,961 1,451,491 80,521,780 241,958,232

10b Grants and contributions

3,593,926,551 4,536,400 398,447,096 3,996,910,047

15b Payments, in respect of pension, insurance and social security programs or other arrangements for employees locally engaged outside of Canada, or in respect of the administration of such programs or arrangements

50,779,000 0 13,927,000 64,706,000

20 Pursuant to subsection 12(2) of the International Development (Financial Institutions) Assistance Act, payments to international financial institutions – Direct payments

1 0 0 1
Total Voted 5,349,079,836 16,107,840 555,084,609 5,920,272,285
Total Statutory 354,439,984 0 2,301,769 356,741,753
Total Budgetary Expenditures 5,703,519,820 16,107,840 557,386,378 6,277,014,038
Non-Budgetary
Voted

L25 Pursuant to subsection 12(2) of the International Development (Financial Institutions) Assistance Act, payments to international financial institutions – Capital subscriptions

1 0 0 1
Total Voted 1 0 0 1
Total Statutory 3,098,450 0 0 3,098,450
Total Non-Budgetary Expenditures 3,098,451 0 0 3,098,451
Table 61. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to address the crises in Iraq and Syria and the impacts on the region (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 29,075,282
Vote 10b 204,300,000
Total 233,375,282

Funding for the Peace and Stabilization Operations Program (Budget 2016) (This item received funding from TB Vote 5 - Government Contingencies)

Vote 1b 28,525,826
Vote 10b 178,800,000
Total 207,325,826

Reinvestment of revenues from the sale or transfer of real property

Vote 1b 2,071,260
Vote 5b 45,280,811
Total 47,352,071

Funding for the acquisition of the International Civil Aviation Organization headquarters building in Montreal

Vote 5b 23,450,000

Funding for payments, in respect of pension, insurance and social security programs or other arrangements for employees locally engaged outside of Canada

Vote 15b 13,927,000

Funding for the Counter-Terrorism Capacity Building Program in the Sahel region of Africa (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 2,516,365
Vote 10b 7,447,096
Total 9,963,461

Funding to support Grand Challenges Canada to advance global health (Budget 2015) (horizontal item)

Vote 10b 7,900,000

Funding to improve security at missions abroad

Vote 5b 7,711,735

Funding for the New York Chanceryʼs co-location and relocation project

Vote 5b 4,079,234
Total Voted Appropriations 555,084,609
Total Statutory Appropriations 2,301,769
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Agriculture and Agri-Food, Canada Border Services Agency, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Citizenship and Immigration, National Defence and Royal Canadian Mounted Police to Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development to provide support to departmental staff located at missions abroad

Vote 1b 9,371,909
Vote 5b 1,451,491
Total 10,823,400

From Citizenship and Immigration to Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development to resettle 10,000 additional government-assisted Syrian refugees in 2016

Vote 10b 4,000,000

From Natural Resources to Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development to support work on delineating Canadaʼs Continental Shelf according to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea

Vote 1b 832,740
Vote 10b 100,000
Total 932,740

From Environment to Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development to address Environmentʼs share of the cost for payment of the assessed contribution to United Nations framework Convention on Climate Change

Vote 10b 436,400

From Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec to Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development to support the North American Platform Program Partnership

Vote 1b 160,000

From Office of the Co-ordinator, Status of Women to Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development to support the Business Womenʼs Trade Mission

Vote 1b 27,000
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development to Canadian Heritage for the provision of support to the National Capital Commission, which reflects the change in ministerial responsibility

Vote 1b (113,700)

From Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development to Justice to adjust funding previously provided for departmental staff located at missions abroad

Vote 1b (158,000)
Total Transfers 16,107,840
Total Budgetary 573,494,218
Table 62. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants

Grants for Multilateral Programming: Grants in support of development assistance, humanitarian assistance or disaster preparedness, for global operations, programs, projects, activities and appeals for the benefit of developing countries or territories or countries in transition

1,962,345,854 179,100,000 2,141,445,854

Grants in support of the Peace and Stabilization Operations Program

0 135,000,000 135,000,000

Grants for Counter-Terrorism Capacity Building Program

5,470,000 8,500,000 13,970,000
Contributions

Contributions in support of the Peace and Stabilization Operations Program

0 43,800,000 43,800,000

Contribution for Counter-Terrorism Capacity Building Program

4,900,000 28,247,096 33,147,096

Contributions for Partnerships with Canadians Programming: Contributions for development assistance programs, projects and activities intended to support development for the benefit of developing countries or territories or countries in transition or to enhance the awareness, understanding, and engagement of Canadians with respect to development

218,292,015 7,900,000 226,192,015

United Nations framework Convention on Climate Change (569,010Euro)

411,710 436,400 848,110

Department of Health

Table 63. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Health
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

1,868,807,473 315,000 105,661,247 1,974,783,720

5a Capital expenditures

35,968,532 618,301 0 36,586,833

10b Grants and contributions

1,887,055,135 (997,939) 117,607,565 2,003,664,761
Total Voted 3,791,831,140 (64,638) 223,268,812 4,015,035,314
Total Statutory 180,641,402 0 1,014,139 181,655,541
Total Budgetary Expenditures 3,972,472,542 (64,638) 224,282,951 4,196,690,855
Table 64. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for Jordan’s Principle interim reforms which will increase social and health services for First Nations children (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 28,784,603
Vote 10b 59,418,792
Total 88,203,395

Funding to continue to fulfill Canadaʼs obligations under the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 18,117,896
Vote 10b 39,500,000
Total 57,617,896

Funding for Non-Insured Health Benefits for First Nations and Inuit

Vote 1b 56,900,000

Funding for the Canada Brain Research Fund to advance knowledge for the treatment of brain disorders

Vote 10b 11,543,273

Funding to support the Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement to identify and introduce innovations in the health care system (Budget 2016)

Vote 10b 5,000,000

Funding to promote clean growth and address climate change (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 1,577,591
Vote 10b 700,000
Total 2,277,591

Funding to expand the Nutrition North Canada Program to support all northern isolated communities (Budget 2014 and Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 281,157
Vote 10b 1,105,500
Total 1,386,657

Funding to support targeted research on women’s heart disease and stroke, and to promote collaboration between research institutions across the country (Budget 2016)

Vote 10b 340,000
Total Voted Appropriations 223,268,812
Total Statutory Appropriations 1,014,139
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Indian Affairs and Northern Development to Health for the Tungasuuvingat Inuit - Mamisarvik Healing Centre

Vote 10b 1,000,000

From National Defence to Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, Health, Industry, Natural Resources and Royal Canadian Mounted Police to support the Canadian Safety and Security Program, which provides science and technology solutions, support and advice for responding to the Government of Canadaʼs public safety and security policy imperatives

Vote 5a 618,301

From Justice and Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness to Health to support the Cannabis Legalization and Regulation Secretariat in its work to legalize, strictly regulate and restrict access to marijuana

Vote 1b 375,000
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Health to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to support the development of nutrition and health policy and programs through the use of the Canadian Community Health Survey

Vote 1b (25,000)

From Health to Public Health Agency of Canada to support the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Working Party on Biotechnology, Nanotechnology and Converging Technologiesʼ workshop

Vote 1b (35,000)

From Health to Indian Affairs and Northern Development to fund the health promotion and disease prevention programs for the Tlicho Government and the eleven self-governing Yukon First Nations

Vote 10b (1,997,939)
Total Transfers (64,638)
Total Budgetary 224,218,313
Table 65. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Contributions

Contributions for First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care

631,772,731 99,726,353 731,499,084

Canada Brain Research Fund to Advance Knowledge for the Treatment of Brain Disorders

5,794,032 11,543,273 17,337,305

Contribution to the Canadian Foundation for Healthcare Improvement

12,000,000 5,000,000 17,000,000

Health Care Policy Contribution Program

25,509,000 340,000 25,849,000

Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development

Table 66. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

892,358,332 (3,424,773) 120,800,275 1,009,733,834

5b Capital expenditures

55,025,685 0 400,273 55,425,958

10b Grants and contributions

7,634,597,014 2,531,906 518,068,111 8,155,197,031
Total Voted 8,581,981,031 (892,867) 639,268,659 9,220,356,823
Total Statutory 159,577,528 0 5,884,117 165,461,645
Total Budgetary Expenditures 8,741,558,559 (892,867) 645,152,776 9,385,818,468
Non-Budgetary
Voted

L15 Loans to native claimants

25,903,000 0 0 25,903,000

L20a Loans to First Nations in British Columbia

30,400,000 0 0 30,400,000
Total Non-Budgetary Expenditures 56,303,000 0 0 56,303,000
Table 67. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for additional investments in First Nations elementary and secondary education (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 1,569,189
Vote 10b 244,200,000
Total 245,769,189

Funding for specific claims settlements

Vote 10b 72,053,367

Funding to support urgent investments in the First Nations Child and Family Services Program (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 555,192
Vote 10b 70,400,000
Total 70,955,192

Funding to continue to fulfill Canadaʼs obligations under the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 57,067,985
Vote 5b 300,000
Vote 10b 750,000
Total 58,117,985

Funding for Indigenous Childhood Claims Litigation

Vote 1b 53,000,000

Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 504,184
Vote 10b 37,553,000
Total 38,057,184

Funding to expand the Nutrition North Canada Program to support all northern isolated communities (Budget 2014 and Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 1,295,248
Vote 10b 26,681,143
Total 27,976,391

Funding for affordable housing and social infrastructure projects (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 10b 25,500,000

Funding to support engagement with Indigenous peoples through Indigenous Representative Organizations (Budget 2016)

Vote 10b 16,000,000

Funding to strengthen the First Nations Finance Authorityʼs Capital Base to support First Nationsʼ Access to Capital Markets (Budget 2016)

Vote 10b 10,000,000

Funding to promote clean growth and address climate change (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 3,617,404
Vote 10b 5,000,000
Total 8,617,404

Funding to support economic development for the Métis Nation (Budget 2016)

Vote 10b 5,000,000

Funding for the Family Violence Prevention Program (Budget 2016)

Vote 10b 4,750,000

Funding to implement components of an effective government-wide approach to strengthen modern treaty implementation

Vote 1b 2,990,934

Funding for Jordan’s Principle interim reforms which will increase social and health services for First Nations children (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 200,139

Funding for land management to Sioux Valley Dakota Nation

Vote 10b 180,601

Funding for informatics enhancements to support the regulation of oil and gas development on First Nations reserve lands

Vote 5b 100,273
Total Voted Appropriations 639,268,659
Total Statutory Appropriations 5,884,117
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Health to Indian Affairs and Northern Development to fund the health promotion and disease prevention programs for the Tlicho Government and the eleven self-governing Yukon First Nations

Vote 10b 1,997,939

From Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness to Indian Affairs and Northern Development to facilitate the design and construction of an emergency services building on reserve

Vote 10b 1,000,000

From National Defence to Indian Affairs and Northern Development to pay the costs associated with the Chippewas of Kettle and Stony Point First Nation participation in the former Camp Ipperwash investigation

Vote 10b 411,518

From Fisheries and Oceans to Indian Affairs and Northern Development to support the co-management of the Tarium Niryutait Marine Protected Area, Coordination of Traditional and Local Knowledge, and Travel Support for Fisheries Joint Management Committee Canada Members in the Inuvialuit Settlement Region

Vote 10b 320,000

From Canadian Heritage to Indian Affairs and Northern Development for the Programs and Services Transfer Agreements for Indigenous languages to self-governing Yukon First Nations

Vote 10b 229,449

From Industry to Indian Affairs and Northern Development to support activities related to the implementation of the Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canadaʼs five-year National Aboriginal Tourism Strategy

Vote 10b 50,000

From Office of Infrastructure of Canada to Indian Affairs and Northern Development to cover the activities related to the Crownʼs consultation process for the New Champlain Bridge Corridor Project

Vote 10b 20,000
Internal Transfers

Internal reallocation of resources from contributions to grants ($1,525,969) for specific claims settlements

Vote 10b 0
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Indian Affairs and Northern Development to Canadian Heritage to promote public awareness and community participation in National Aboriginal Day activities

Vote 1b (310,000)

From Indian Affairs and Northern Development to Employment and Social Development to support the Kativik Regional Government to streamline delivery of youth programming

Vote 10b (497,000)

From Indian Affairs and Northern Development to Health for the Tungasuuvingat Inuit - Mamisarvik Healing Centre

Vote 10b (1,000,000)

From Indian Affairs and Northern Development to Employment and Social Development for Nunavut Inuit Labour Force Analysis costs

Vote 1b (3,114,773)
Total Transfers (892,867)
Total Budgetary 644,259,909
Table 68. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants

Grants to First Nations to settle specific and special claims negotiated by Canada and/or awarded by the Specific Claims Tribunal

507,708,468 73,579,336 581,287,804

Grants to implement comprehensive land claims and self-government agreements

470,925,141 6,407,989 477,333,130
Contributions

Contributions to support First Nations Elementary and Secondary Educational Advancement

1,435,744,670 244,200,000 1,679,944,670

Contributions to provide women, children and families with Protection and Prevention Services

704,594,372 75,150,000 779,744,372

Contributions to increase First Nations and Inuit Youth Participation in Education and Labour Market Opportunities

41,376,000 37,056,000 78,432,000

Contributions to support access to healthy foods in isolated northern communities

53,930,000 26,681,143 80,611,143

Contributions to support the negotiation and implementation of Treaties, Claims and self-government agreements or initiatives

288,904,157 22,231,518 311,135,675

Contributions to support Land Management and Economic Development

186,646,159 15,050,000 201,696,159

Contributions for the purpose of consultation and policy development

28,795,000 6,727,156 35,522,156

Contributions to support the basic organizational capacity of representative Aboriginal organizations

10,940,796 5,000,000 15,940,796

Contributions for promoting the safe use, development, conservation and protection of the North’s natural resources, and promoting scientific development

18,022,816 3,000,000 21,022,816

Contributions to support the construction and maintenance of community infrastructure

1,790,728,543 3,000,000 1,793,728,543

Federal Interlocutorʼs Contribution Program

14,943,588 2,766,875 17,710,463

Contributions for Groups of Indian Residential School survivors who wish to resolve their claim as a group under the Independent Assessment Process

0 750,000 750,000

Department of Industry

Table 69. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Industry
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

369,954,494 (254,958) 3,138,061 372,837,597

5a Capital expenditures

17,263,494 3,347,508 0 20,611,002

10b Grants and contributions

1,311,175,250 0 271,750,173 1,582,925,423
Total Voted 1,698,393,238 3,092,550 274,888,234 1,976,374,022
Total Statutory 222,839,414 0 288,999 223,128,413
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,921,232,652 3,092,550 275,177,233 2,199,502,435
Non-Budgetary
Voted

L15 Payments pursuant to subsection 14(2) of the Department of Industry Act

300,000 0 0 300,000

L20 Loans pursuant to paragraph 14(1)(a) of the Department of Industry Act

500,000 0 0 500,000
Total Non-Budgetary Expenditures 800,000 0 0 800,000
Table 70. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for the Post-Secondary Institutions Strategic Investment Fund

Vote 10b 249,343,217

Funding to provide young Canadians with internship opportunities in the field of digital technology

Vote 1b 168,148
Vote 10b 9,476,246
Total 9,644,394

Funding for the Connecting Canadians program which extends and enhances broadband networks for rural and northern Canadian communities

Vote 10b 8,300,000

Funding to support Canadian-based suppliers for projects focused on demonstrating new technologies in the automotive sector

Vote 10b 3,580,710

Funding to administer the Automotive Innovation Fund and to establish the Automotive Investment Office

Vote 1b 1,169,750

Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 53,193
Vote 10b 1,050,000
Total 1,103,193

Funding for the Improving Support for Entrepreneurs initiative (Budget 2015)

Vote 1b 889,406

Reinvestment of royalties from intellectual property

Vote 1b 857,564
Total Voted Appropriations 274,888,234
Total Statutory Appropriations 288,999
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From National Defence to Industry to support the expanded role in the defence procurement process under the Defence Procurement Strategy

Vote 1b 3,000,000

From National Defence to Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, Health, Industry, Natural Resources and Royal Canadian Mounted Police to support the Canadian Safety and Security Program, which provides science and technology solutions, support and advice for responding to the Government of Canadaʼs public safety and security policy imperatives

Vote 5a 142,550
Internal Transfers

Internal reallocation of resources to support investments in various capital projects

Vote 1b (3,204,958)
Vote 5a 3,204,958
Total 0

Reallocation of resources from Contributions to Grants ($800,000) to address currency fluctuations for the payment to the International Telecommunications Union

Vote 10b 0
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Industry to Indian Affairs and Northern Development to support activities related to the implementation of the Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canadaʼs five-year National Aboriginal Tourism Strategy

Vote 1b (50,000)
Total Transfers 3,092,550
Total Budgetary 278,269,783
Table 71. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants

Grant to the International Telecommunication Union, Geneva, Switzerland

4,808,000 800,000 5,608,000
Contributions

Contributions under the Post-Secondary Institutions Strategic Investment Fund

494,931,813 249,343,217 744,275,030

Contributions under the Youth Employment Strategy – Youth Internships Program

0 9,476,246 9,476,246

Contributions under the Connecting Canadians Program

76,000,000 8,300,000 84,300,000

Contributions under the Automotive Supplier Innovation Program

16,545,128 3,580,710 20,125,838

Contributions under the Youth Employment Strategy – Computers for Schools Program

3,200,242 1,050,000 4,250,242

Department of Justice

Table 72. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Justice
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

261,898,860 (117,000) 4,483,915 266,265,775

5b Grants and contributions

365,233,777 0 16,082,500 381,316,277
Total Voted 627,132,637 (117,000) 20,566,415 647,582,052
Total Statutory 78,626,954 0 629,583 79,256,537
Total Budgetary Expenditures 705,759,591 (117,000) 21,195,998 726,838,589
Table 73. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for contributions to the provinces and territories for the delivery of legal aid to ensure access to justice for economically disadvantaged persons (Budget 2016)

Vote 5b 9,000,000

Funding to assist Indigenous people facing the criminal justice system (Budget 2016)

Vote 5b 4,000,000

Funding to support culturally-responsive victim services as well as Family Information Liaison Units for families of missing or murdered Indigenous women and girls

Vote 5b 3,082,500

Funding to continue the negotiation of comprehensive land claims and treaty and non-treaty agreements (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 2,503,324

Funding to support families experiencing separation and divorce (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 1,980,591
Total Voted Appropriations 20,566,415
Total Statutory Appropriations 629,583
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development to Justice to adjust funding previously provided for departmental staff located at missions abroad

Vote 1b 158,000
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Justice and Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness to Health to support the Cannabis Legalization and Regulation Secretariat in its work to legalize, strictly regulate and restrict access to marijuana

Vote 1b (275,000)
Total Transfers (117,000)
Total Budgetary 21,078,998
Table 74. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Contributions

Contributions to the provinces to assist in the operation of legal aid systems

119,827,507 8,550,000 128,377,507

Contributions from the Victims Fund

18,255,723 3,082,500 21,338,223

Contributions to the provinces under the Indigenous Courtwork Program

4,911,363 3,050,000 7,961,363

Contributions for Access to Justice Services to the Territories (being Legal Aid, Indigenous Courtwork and Public Legal Education and Information Services)

4,856,593 1,400,000 6,256,593

Department of National Defence

Table 75. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of National Defence
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

14,047,283,387 (15,561,895) 193,852,657 14,225,574,149

5b Capital expenditures

3,495,930,409 (3,122,864) 49,330,000 3,542,137,545

10b Grants and contributions

164,592,820 0 9,500,000 174,092,820
Total Voted 17,707,806,616 (18,684,759) 252,682,657 17,941,804,514
Total Statutory 1,315,952,600 0 5,108,660 1,321,061,260
Total Budgetary Expenditures 19,023,759,216 (18,684,759) 257,791,317 19,262,865,774
Table 76. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to address the crises in Iraq and Syria and the impacts on the region (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 122,278,400
Vote 5b 10,300,000
Vote 10b 9,500,000
Total 142,078,400

Funding to maintain and upgrade federal infrastructure assets (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 22,902,000
Vote 5b 13,520,000
Total 36,422,000

Funding related to the assessment, management and remediation of federal contaminated sites (Budget 2015) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 22,072,393

Funding for the Interim Auxiliary Oiler Replenishment (AOR) Capability for the Canadian Armed Forces

Vote 1b 22,000,000

Reinvestment of revenues from the sale or transfer of real property

Vote 5b 19,510,000

Funding to improve security for Canadian Armed Forces operations and personnel

Vote 5b 6,000,000

Funding for projects at Canadian Armed Forces bases and other defence properties

Vote 1b 2,403,212

Reinvestment of royalties from intellectual property

Vote 1b 2,196,652
Total Voted Appropriations 252,682,657
Total Statutory Appropriations 5,108,660
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council to National Defence to support the costs associated with managing their research enterprise at the Royal Military College of Canada

Vote 1b 962,159

From Natural Science and Engineering Research Council to National Defence to support the Canada Research Chairs at the Royal Military College of Canada

Vote 1b 350,000

From Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council to National Defence to support the Canada Research Chairs at the Royal Military College of Canada

Vote 1b 130,000
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Citizenship and Immigration, National Defence, Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Transport to Shared Services Canada for the cost of providing core information technology services within Canada and missions abroad

Vote 1b (83,506)

From National Defence to Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council to support joint research grant projects

Vote 1b (192,174)

From National Defence to Indian Affairs and Northern Development to pay the costs associated with the Chippewas of Kettle and Stony Point First Nation participation in the former Camp Ipperwash investigation

Vote 1b (411,518)

From National Defence to Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency to assist in the organization and delivery of the Halifax International Security Forum

Vote 1b (1,678,000)

From National Defence to Natural Resources for ongoing operation and maintenance of the Natural Resources Resolute facility and related logistics support to the Canadian Forces Arctic Training Centre

Vote 1b (2,576,839)

From National Defence to Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, Health, Industry, Natural Resources and Royal Canadian Mounted Police to support the Canadian Safety and Security Program, which provides science and technology solutions, support and advice for responding to the Government of Canadaʼs public safety and security policy imperatives

Vote 5b (2,851,851)

From National Defence to Industry to support the expanded role in the defence procurement process under the Defence Procurement Strategy

Vote 1b (3,000,000)

From Agriculture and Agri-Food, Canada Border Services Agency, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Citizenship and Immigration, National Defence and Royal Canadian Mounted Police to Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development to provide support to departmental staff located at missions abroad

Vote 1b (3,334,614)
Vote 5b (91,013)
Total (3,425,627)

From National Defence to Communications Security Establishment for support to military operations

Vote 1b (5,727,403)
Vote 5b (180,000)
Total (5,907,403)
Total Transfers (18,684,759)
Total Budgetary 239,106,558
Table 77. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Contributions

Contributions and Support to the Middle East Strategy

0 9,500,000 9,500,000

Department of Natural Resources

Table 78. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Natural Resources
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

540,995,204 1,472,103 22,277,456 564,744,763

5a Capital expenditures

87,507,904 230,000 0 87,737,904

10b Grants and contributions

283,665,468 0 3,899,000 287,564,468
Total Voted 912,168,576 1,702,103 26,176,456 940,047,135
Total Statutory 802,804,386 0 441,005 803,245,391
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,714,972,962 1,702,103 26,617,461 1,743,292,526
Table 79. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to settle Soldier Settlement Board mineral rights and implement a transfer agreement with the Government of Manitoba

Vote 1b 13,213,793

Funding for the modernization of the National Energy Board

Vote 1b 2,441,379
Vote 10b 1,000,000
Total 3,441,379

Funding to protect marine and coastal areas (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 2,854,922

Funding to support interim measures as part of the review of the federal environmental assessment process (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 1,113,628
Vote 10b 1,704,000
Total 2,817,628

Funding to promote clean growth and address climate change (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 2,287,005
Vote 10b 115,000
Total 2,402,005

Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 88,082
Vote 10b 1,080,000
Total 1,168,082

Funding to strengthen marine incident prevention, preparedness and response in waters south of the 60th parallel (Budget 2015) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 278,647
Total Voted Appropriations 26,176,456
Total Statutory Appropriations 441,005
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From National Defence to Natural Resources for ongoing operation and maintenance of the Natural Resources Resolute facility and related logistics support to the Canadian Forces Arctic Training Centre

Vote 1b 2,576,839

From National Defence to Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, Health, Industry, Natural Resources and Royal Canadian Mounted Police to support the Canadian Safety and Security Program, which provides science and technology solutions, support and advice for responding to the Government of Canadaʼs public safety and security policy imperatives

Vote 5a 230,000
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Natural Resources to Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency to support the administration of Natural Resourcesʼ participant funding for consultations with Indigenous groups for projects under the interim measures

Vote 1b (171,996)

From Natural Resources to Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development to support work on delineating Canadaʼs Continental Shelf according to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea

Vote 1b (932,740)
Total Transfers 1,702,103
Total Budgetary 28,319,564
Table 80. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants

Grants in support of organizations associated with the research, development and promotion of activities that contribute to departmental objectives

1,628,000 115,000 1,743,000
Contributions

Contributions in support of the Indigenous Consultations Participant Funding Program

0 1,704,000 1,704,000

Youth Employment Strategy

558,000 1,080,000 1,638,000

Contributions in support of Indigenous Participation in Policy Dialogues

0 1,000,000 1,000,000

Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness

Table 81. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

133,824,661 (100,000) 1,817,304 135,541,965

5b Grants and contributions

1,057,334,354 (42,967,270) 108,766,553 1,123,133,637
Total Voted 1,191,159,015 (43,067,270) 110,583,857 1,258,675,602
Total Statutory 16,010,588 0 212,821 16,223,409
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,207,169,603 (43,067,270) 110,796,678 1,274,899,011
Table 82. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to match domestic charitable donations to the Canadian Red Cross in support of wildfire relief efforts for Fort McMurray, Alberta and surrounding areas (This item received funding from TB Vote 5 - Government Contingencies)

Vote 5b 104,466,553

Funding for the creation of the Heavy Urban Search and Rescue Program (Budget 2016)

Vote 5b 3,100,000

Funding for the creation of the office for community outreach and countering radicalization to violence (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 1,106,427
Vote 5b 1,200,000
Total 2,306,427

Funding to support enhanced national security review of foreign investment under the Investment Canada Act

Vote 1b 710,877
Total Voted Appropriations 110,583,857
Total Statutory Appropriations 212,821
Transfers
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Justice and Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness to Health to support the Cannabis Legalization and Regulation Secretariat in its work to legalize, strictly regulate and restrict access to marijuana

Vote 1b (100,000)

From Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness to Transport for investments in search and rescue coordination initiatives across Canada

Vote 5b (624,597)

From Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness to Indian Affairs and Northern Development to facilitate the design and construction of an emergency services building on reserve

Vote 5b (1,000,000)

From Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness to Royal Canadian Mounted Police for the First Nations Community Policing Service

Vote 5b (41,342,673)
Total Transfers (43,067,270)
Total Budgetary 67,729,408
Table 83. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants

Canadian Red Cross in support of Fort McMurray relief efforts

0 104,466,553 104,466,553

Heavy Urban Search and Rescue Program

0 3,100,000 3,100,000

Community Resilience Fund

0 200,000 200,000
Contributions

Community Resilience Fund

0 1,000,000 1,000,000

Department of Public Works and Government Services

Table 84. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Public Works and Government Services
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

1,912,236,616 0 52,350,000 1,964,586,616

5b Capital expenditures

1,335,215,927 0 5,000,000 1,340,215,927
Total Voted 3,247,452,543 0 57,350,000 3,304,802,543
Total Statutory 123,673,478 0 3,320,000 126,993,478
Total Budgetary Expenditures 3,371,126,021 0 60,670,000 3,431,796,021
Table 85. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for incremental costs related to post-implementation pay operations

Vote 1b 46,680,000

Federal Contaminated Sites Action Plan

Vote 1b 5,670,000

Reinvestment of revenues from the sale or transfer of real property

Vote 5b 5,000,000
Total Voted Appropriations 57,350,000
Total Statutory Appropriations 3,320,000
Total Budgetary 60,670,000

Department of the Environment

Table 86. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of the Environment
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

738,101,487 (1,479,063) 15,221,831 751,844,255

5b Capital expenditures

72,698,024 (300,000) 1,474,025 73,872,049

10b Grants and contributions

131,734,461 (401,102) 15,100,000 146,433,359
Total Voted 942,533,972 (2,180,165) 31,795,856 972,149,663
Total Statutory 92,650,221 0 1,675,866 94,326,087
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,035,184,193 (2,180,165) 33,471,722 1,066,475,750
Table 87. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to promote clean growth and address climate change (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 7,637,241
Vote 10b 7,380,000
Total 15,017,241

Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 246,856
Vote 10b 7,350,000
Total 7,596,856

Funding to address air pollution (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 5,530,303
Vote 5b 300,000
Vote 10b 250,000
Total 6,080,303

Funding to revitalize Canadaʼs weather radar network

Vote 1b 120,364
Vote 5b 1,127,025
Total 1,247,389

Funding to support water management studies in shared Canada/U.S. water basins (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 809,454
Vote 5b 47,000
Vote 10b 120,000
Total 976,454

Funding to strengthen marine incident prevention, preparedness and response in waters south of the 60th parallel (Budget 2015) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 877,613
Total Voted Appropriations 31,795,856
Total Statutory Appropriations 1,675,866
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Fisheries and Oceans to Environment to support Aboriginal involvement in activities intended to protect terrestrial species at risk within the framework of the Species at Risk Act

Vote 10b 35,298
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Environment to Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development to address Environmentʼs share of the cost for payment of the assessed contribution to United Nations framework Convention on Climate Change

Vote 10b (436,400)

From Environment to Shared Services Canada for the revitalization of Canadaʼs Weather Services

Vote 1b (150,000)
Vote 5b (300,000)
Total (450,000)

From Environment to Fisheries and Oceans to continue the environmental restoration of key aquatic areas of concern identified under the Canada-United States Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement

Vote 1b (1,329,063)
Total Transfers (2,180,165)
Total Budgetary 31,291,557
Table 88. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Contributions

Contributions in support of the Science Horizons Youth Internship program under the Career Focus stream under the federal Youth Employment Strategy

3,069,000 7,350,000 10,419,000

Contributions in support of Climate Change and Clean Air

8,110,628 7,193,600 15,304,228

Contributions in support of Water Resources

469,158 120,000 589,158

Contributions in support of Biodiversity – Wildlife and Habitat

33,241,670 35,298 33,276,968

Department of Transport

Table 89. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Transport
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

573,877,447 (1,948,103) 34,048,601 605,977,945

5b Capital expenditures

149,908,315 (186,837) 1,950,000 151,671,478

10 Grants and contributions – Gateways and corridors

258,354,429 (450,000) 0 257,904,429

15b Grants and contributions – Transportation infrastructure

122,251,530 0 6,407,437 128,658,967

20b Grants and contributions – Other

46,690,181 0 3,724,318 50,414,499
Total Voted 1,151,081,902 (2,584,940) 46,130,356 1,194,627,318
Total Statutory 268,937,467 0 3,703,355 272,640,822
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,420,019,369 (2,584,940) 49,833,711 1,467,268,140
Table 90. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to enhance the safety of railways and the transportation of dangerous goods (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 26,898,799
Vote 5b 1,000,000
Vote 20b 1,505,000
Total 29,403,799

Funding for the Port Asset Transfer Program

Vote 1b 2,159,500
Vote 5b 950,000
Vote 15b 6,407,437
Total 9,516,937

Funding to modernize and strengthen Motor Vehicle Safety for Canadians (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 2,482,893

Funding for the Road Safety Transfer Payment Program

Vote 20b 1,394,318

Funding to strengthen marine incident prevention, preparedness and response in waters south of the 60th parallel (Budget 2015) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 727,971
Vote 20b 475,000
Total 1,202,971

Funding to support an in-depth assessment of VIA Rail Canada Inc.ʼs high frequency rail proposal (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 886,764

Funding to review previous changes to the Navigable Waters Protection Act (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 492,582
Vote 20b 350,000
Total 842,582

Reinvestment of revenues from the sale or transfer of real property

Vote 1b 250,000

Funding to support interim measures as part of the review of the federal environmental assessment process (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 150,092
Total Voted Appropriations 46,130,356
Total Statutory Appropriations 3,703,355
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness to Transport for investments in search and rescue coordination initiatives across Canada

Vote 1b 624,597

From Shared Services Canada to Transport to adjust amounts previously provided for core information technology services

Vote 1b 153,532
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Citizenship and Immigration, National Defence, Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Transport to Shared Services Canada for the cost of providing core information technology services within Canada and missions abroad

Vote 5b (186,837)

From Transport to Royal Canadian Mounted Police for policing of the Confederation Bridge

Vote 1b (302,000)

From Transport to The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited for major upgrades to the Cornwall Island roadway connecting the North and South Channel Seaway International Bridges

Vote 10 (450,000)

From Transport to Office of Infrastructure of Canada for project management costs related to the Gordie Howe International Bridge

Vote 1b (2,424,232)
Total Transfers (2,584,940)
Total Budgetary 47,248,771
Table 91. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants

Port Asset Transfer Program

150,000 3,400,000 3,550,000

Rail Safety Improvement Program

0 500,000 500,000

Community Participation Funding Program

1,600,000 475,000 2,075,000
Contributions

Port Asset Transfer Program

0 3,007,437 3,007,437

Road Safety Transfer Payment Program

4,442,681 1,394,318 5,836,999

Rail Safety Improvement Contribution Program

0 1,005,000 1,005,000

Participant Funding Program for Reviews Related to Fish, Fish Habitat and Navigation

0 350,000 350,000

Department of Veterans Affairs

Table 92. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Veterans Affairs
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

879,912,710 0 62,011,580 941,924,290

5b Grants and contributions

2,725,592,000 0 66,470,000 2,792,062,000
Total Voted 3,605,504,710 0 128,481,580 3,733,986,290
Total Statutory 32,171,305 0 1,480,249 33,651,554
Total Budgetary Expenditures 3,637,676,015 0 129,961,829 3,767,637,844
Table 93. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to support improvements to the Permanent Impairment Allowance, the Earnings Loss Benefit, and the Disability Award (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 5,615,092
Vote 5b 60,070,000
Total 65,685,092

Funding for the transfer of Ste. Anneʼs Hospital to Quebec

Vote 1b 42,883,333

Funding for the 2017 commemoration of major milestones of the First World War – Battles of Vimy Ridge and Passchendaele, and the Second World War – Dieppe Raid

Vote 1b 7,240,000

Funding for the opening of local offices and for the enhanced delivery of case management services for Veterans (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 6,273,155

Funding for the 2017 Invictus Games (Budget 2016)

Vote 5b 6,000,000

Funding for the Last Post Fund (Budget 2016)

Vote 5b 400,000
Total Voted Appropriations 128,481,580
Total Statutory Appropriations 1,480,249
Total Budgetary 129,961,829
Table 94. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants

Earnings Loss and Supplementary Retirement Benefit

260,809,000 59,555,000 320,364,000

Retirement Income Security Benefit

2,100,000 515,000 2,615,000

Last Post Fund

11,324,000 400,000 11,724,000
Contributions

Contributions under the Commemorative Partnerships Program, to organizations, institutions and other levels of government, in support of projects related to the health and well-being of the veteran population, and commemoration activities and events

1,955,000 6,000,000 7,955,000

Department of Western Economic Diversification

Table 95. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Western Economic Diversification
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1 Operating expenditures

36,720,314 0 0 36,720,314

5b Grants and contributions

157,532,914 180,000 1,247,010 158,959,924
Total Voted 194,253,228 180,000 1,247,010 195,680,238
Total Statutory 4,088,068 0 0 4,088,068
Total Budgetary Expenditures 198,341,296 180,000 1,247,010 199,768,306
Table 96. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Reinvestment of receipts from repayable contributions to increase economic development activities

Vote 5b 1,247,010
Total Voted Appropriations 1,247,010
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Public Health Agency of Canada to Western Economic Diversification for Pan-Provincial Vaccine Enterprise for completion of a clinical trial

Vote 5b 180,000
Total Transfers 180,000
Total Budgetary 1,427,010
Table 97. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Contributions

Contributions under the Western Diversification Program

74,246,592 1,427,010 75,673,602

Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada

Table 98. Organization Summary (dollars) - Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Program expenditures

53,209,960 0 473,938 53,683,898
Total Voted 53,209,960 0 473,938 53,683,898
Total Statutory 5,654,561 0 86,062 5,740,623
Total Budgetary Expenditures 58,864,521 0 560,000 59,424,521
Table 99. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to support and disclose financial intelligence to provincial securities regulators

Vote 1b 473,938
Total Voted Appropriations 473,938
Total Statutory Appropriations 86,062
Total Budgetary 560,000

House of Commons

Table 100. Organization Summary (dollars) - House of Commons
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Program expenditures

307,196,559 0 19,102,544 326,299,103
Total Voted 307,196,559 0 19,102,544 326,299,103
Total Statutory 156,431,224 0 3,522,170 159,953,394
Total Budgetary Expenditures 463,627,783 0 22,624,714 486,252,497
Table 101. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for carry-forward of operating budget

Vote 1b 13,687,530

Funding for security enhancements

Vote 1b 3,936,454

Funding for committee activities

Vote 1b 1,478,560
Total Voted Appropriations 19,102,544
Total Statutory Appropriations 3,522,170
Total Budgetary 22,624,714

International Joint Commission (Canadian Section)

Table 102. Organization Summary (dollars) - International Joint Commission (Canadian Section)
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Program expenditures

6,477,679 0 250,000 6,727,679
Total Voted 6,477,679 0 250,000 6,727,679
Total Statutory 602,992 0 25,000 627,992
Total Budgetary Expenditures 7,080,671 0 275,000 7,355,671
Table 103. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to support water management studies in shared Canada/U.S. water basins (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 250,000
Total Voted Appropriations 250,000
Total Statutory Appropriations 25,000
Total Budgetary 275,000

Library and Archives of Canada

Table 104. Organization Summary (dollars) - Library and Archives of Canada
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1 Operating expenditures

99,151,830 560,000 0 99,711,830

5b Capital expenditures

12,403,019 0 138,588 12,541,607
Total Voted 111,554,849 560,000 138,588 112,253,437
Total Statutory 10,015,218 0 0 10,015,218
Total Budgetary Expenditures 121,570,067 560,000 138,588 122,268,655
Table 105. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to build a new preservation and access facility

Vote 5b 138,588
Total Voted Appropriations 138,588
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Canadian Heritage to Library and Archives of Canada in support of the acquisition, access and preservation of Canadian sound recordings

Vote 1 360,000

From Canadian Heritage to Library and Archives of Canada for the Foundational Documents Exhibit at the Library of Parliament to mark Canadaʼs 150th anniversary of Confederation

Vote 1 200,000
Internal Transfers

Reallocation of resources for exchange rate fluctuation on payment of the grant International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions ($900)

Vote 1 0

Reallocation of resources for exchange rate fluctuation on payment of the grant International Serials Data System ($3,100)

Vote 1 0
Total Transfers 560,000
Total Budgetary 698,588
Table 106. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants

International Serials Data System

25,000 3,100 28,100

International Federation of Library Associations and Institutions

11,000 900 11,900

National Arts Centre Corporation

Table 107. Organization Summary (dollars) - National Arts Centre Corporation
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Payments to the Corporation for operating expenditures

117,397,056 150,000 17,762,375 135,309,431
Total Budgetary Expenditures 117,397,056 150,000 17,762,375 135,309,431
Table 108. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to revitalize the National Arts Centre facility by creating a new entrance and expanding public spaces

Vote 1b 17,762,375
Total Voted Appropriations 17,762,375
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Canadian Heritage to National Arts Centre Corporation for the 2017 edition of the biennial event "Zones Théâtrales", which has the mandate to showcase professional theatre from Canadian francophone communities and the regions of Quebec

Vote 1b 150,000
Total Transfers 150,000
Total Budgetary 17,912,375

National Capital Commission

Table 109. Organization Summary (dollars) - National Capital Commission
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Payments to the Commission for operating expenditures

66,412,180 0 926,000 67,338,180

5b Payments to the Commission for capital expenditures

22,380,000 0 19,114 22,399,114
Total Budgetary Expenditures 88,792,180 0 945,114 89,737,294
Table 110. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding related to the assessment, management and remediation of federal contaminated sites (Budget 2015) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 466,000
Vote 5b 19,114
Total 485,114

Funding to maintain and upgrade federal infrastructure assets (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 460,000
Total Voted Appropriations 945,114
Total Budgetary 945,114

National Energy Board

Table 111. Organization Summary (dollars) - National Energy Board
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Program expenditures

83,860,909 0 688,629 84,549,538
Total Voted 83,860,909 0 688,629 84,549,538
Total Statutory 8,844,366 0 137,726 8,982,092
Total Budgetary Expenditures 92,705,275 0 826,355 93,531,630
Table 112. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to support interim measures as part of the review of the federal environmental assessment process (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 688,629
Total Voted Appropriations 688,629
Total Statutory Appropriations 137,726
Total Budgetary 826,355

National Film Board

Table 113. Organization Summary (dollars) - National Film Board
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Program expenditures

64,627,997 0 1,500,000 66,127,997
Total Budgetary Expenditures 64,627,997 0 1,500,000 66,127,997
Table 114. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to support audiovisual production, audience development and digitization of the heritage collection of the National Film Board (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 1,500,000
Total Voted Appropriations 1,500,000
Total Budgetary 1,500,000

National Gallery of Canada

Table 115. Organization Summary (dollars) - National Gallery of Canada
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Payments to the Gallery for operating and capital expenditures

36,888,410 0 1,190,000 38,078,410

5 Payment to the Gallery for the acquisition of objects for the collection and related costs

8,000,000 0 0 8,000,000
Total Budgetary Expenditures 44,888,410 0 1,190,000 46,078,410
Table 116. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to support the national museums (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 1,190,000
Total Voted Appropriations 1,190,000
Total Budgetary 1,190,000

National Museum of Science and Technology

Table 117. Organization Summary (dollars) - National Museum of Science and Technology
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Payments to the Museum for operating and capital expenditures

105,603,776 0 2,569,000 108,172,776
Total Budgetary Expenditures 105,603,776 0 2,569,000 108,172,776
Table 118. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to support the national museums (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 2,569,000
Total Voted Appropriations 2,569,000
Total Budgetary 2,569,000

National Research Council of Canada

Table 119. Organization Summary (dollars) - National Research Council of Canada
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

419,145,170 0 1,618,017 420,763,187

5a Capital expenditures

123,185,614 0 0 123,185,614

10b Grants and contributions

369,874,894 0 10,000,000 379,874,894
Total Voted 912,205,678 0 11,618,017 923,823,695
Total Statutory 224,302,240 0 195,211 224,497,451
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,136,507,918 0 11,813,228 1,148,321,146
Table 120. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 10b 10,000,000

Funding to address air pollution (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 1,618,017
Total Voted Appropriations 11,618,017
Total Statutory Appropriations 195,211
Total Budgetary 11,813,228
Table 121. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Contributions

Industrial Research Assistance Program – Contributions to Youth Employment Strategy

5,000,000 10,000,000 15,000,000

Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council

Table 122. Organization Summary (dollars) - Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

46,288,198 0 1,410,000 47,698,198

5b Grants

1,078,435,335 (257,034) 64,394,137 1,142,572,438
Total Voted 1,124,723,533 (257,034) 65,804,137 1,190,270,636
Total Statutory 5,592,093 0 101,000 5,693,093
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,130,315,626 (257,034) 65,905,137 1,195,963,729
Table 123. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for the Canada First Research Excellence Fund (horizontal item)

Vote 5b 35,722,787

Funding to support discovery research in the natural sciences and engineering (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 1,410,000
Vote 5b 28,423,350
Total 29,833,350

Funding for the Canada Excellence Research Chairs which supports research and innovation in Canadian universities (horizontal item)

Vote 5b 248,000
Total Voted Appropriations 65,804,137
Total Statutory Appropriations 101,000
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From National Defence to Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council to support joint research grant projects

Vote 5b 192,174
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council to Canadian Institutes of Health Research and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council to support partnerships between Canadian colleges, universities and local companies to increase innovation

Vote 5b (99,208)

From Natural Science and Engineering Research Council to National Defence to support the Canada Research Chairs at the Royal Military College of Canada

Vote 5b (350,000)
Total Transfers (257,034)
Total Budgetary 65,648,103
Table 124. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants

Canada First Research Excellence Fund

31,607,277 35,722,787 67,330,064

Grants and Scholarships

865,897,772 28,265,524 894,163,296

Canada Excellence Research Chairs

25,200,000 248,000 25,448,000

Office of Infrastructure of Canada

Table 125. Organization Summary (dollars) - Office of Infrastructure of Canada
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1a Operating expenditures

127,721,289 2,404,232 0 130,125,521

5b Capital expenditures

101,574,716 0 23,851,425 125,426,141

10b Contributions

2,996,452,500 0 20,969,937 3,017,422,437
Total Voted 3,225,748,505 2,404,232 44,821,362 3,272,974,099
Total Statutory 2,078,797,646 0 0 2,078,797,646
Total Budgetary Expenditures 5,304,546,151 2,404,232 44,821,362 5,351,771,745
Table 126. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for the New Champlain Bridge Corridor project

Vote 5b 23,851,425

Funding to assist Canadian municipalities with their infrastructure priorities, under the terms and conditions of the Gas Tax Fund (Budget 2016)

Vote 10b 20,969,937
Total Voted Appropriations 44,821,362
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Transport to Office of Infrastructure of Canada for project management costs related to the Gordie Howe International Bridge

Vote 1a 2,424,232
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Office of Infrastructure of Canada to Indian Affairs and Northern Development to cover the activities related to the Crownʼs consultation process for the New Champlain Bridge Corridor Project

Vote 1a (20,000)
Total Transfers 2,404,232
Total Budgetary 47,225,594
Table 127. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Contributions

Contributions for the Gas Tax Fund

0 20,969,937 20,969,937

Office of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs

Table 128. Organization Summary (dollars) - Office of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Office of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs – Operating expenditures

9,385,854 0 431,450 9,817,304

5a Canadian Judicial Council – Operating expenditures

3,089,292 0 0 3,089,292
Total Voted 12,475,146 0 431,450 12,906,596
Total Statutory 545,838,264 0 18,220 545,856,484
Total Budgetary Expenditures 558,313,410 0 449,670 558,763,080
Table 129. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to support the implementation of an independent advisory board to select a new Supreme Court of Canada judge

Vote 1b 431,450
Total Voted Appropriations 431,450
Total Statutory Appropriations 18,220
Total Budgetary 449,670

Office of the Co-ordinator, Status of Women

Table 130. Organization Summary (dollars) - Office of the Co-ordinator, Status of Women
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

10,269,833 (27,000) 3,911,600 14,154,433

5 Grants and contributions

20,630,000 0 0 20,630,000
Total Voted 30,899,833 (27,000) 3,911,600 34,784,433
Total Statutory 1,304,709 0 296,000 1,600,709
Total Budgetary Expenditures 32,204,542 (27,000) 4,207,600 36,385,142
Table 131. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to increase capacity at Status of Women Canada (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 3,911,600
Total Voted Appropriations 3,911,600
Total Statutory Appropriations 296,000
Transfers
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Office of the Co-ordinator, Status of Women to Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development to support the Business Womenʼs Trade Mission

Vote 1b (27,000)
Total Transfers (27,000)
Total Budgetary 4,180,600

Offices of the Information and Privacy Commissioners of Canada

Table 132. Organization Summary (dollars) - Offices of the Information and Privacy Commissioners of Canada
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Office of the Information Commissioner of Canada – Program expenditures

10,423,729 0 3,131,113 13,554,842

5 Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada – Program expenditures

22,872,410 0 0 22,872,410
Total Voted 33,296,139 0 3,131,113 36,427,252
Total Statutory 3,845,049 0 221,308 4,066,357
Total Budgetary Expenditures 37,141,188 0 3,352,421 40,493,609
Table 133. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to enable a reduction in the complaint inventory

Vote 1b 3,131,113
Total Voted Appropriations 3,131,113
Total Statutory Appropriations 221,308
Total Budgetary 3,352,421

Parks Canada Agency

Table 134. Organization Summary (dollars) - Parks Canada Agency
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Program expenditures

1,224,473,563 0 20,499,057 1,244,972,620

5 Payments to the New Parks and Historic Sites Account

500,000 0 0 500,000
Total Voted 1,224,973,563 0 20,499,057 1,245,472,620
Total Statutory 191,820,273 0 415,740 192,236,013
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,416,793,836 0 20,914,797 1,437,708,633
Table 135. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to develop programs and connect Canadians to Canadaʼs heritage places in celebration of Canada 150 and beyond (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 16,534,869

Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 3,964,188
Total Voted Appropriations 20,499,057
Total Statutory Appropriations 415,740
Total Budgetary 20,914,797
Table 136. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Contributions

Contributions in support of activities or projects related to national parks, national marine conservation areas, national historic sites and historic canals

3,777,924 378,600 4,156,524

Parliamentary Protective Service

Table 137. Organization Summary (dollars) - Parliamentary Protective Service
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Program expenditures

56,313,707 0 6,691,090 63,004,797
Total Voted 56,313,707 0 6,691,090 63,004,797
Total Statutory 5,801,403 0 366,667 6,168,070
Total Budgetary Expenditures 62,115,110 0 7,057,757 69,172,867
Table 138. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to support security on Parliament Hill

Vote 1b 6,691,090
Total Voted Appropriations 6,691,090
Total Statutory Appropriations 366,667
Total Budgetary 7,057,757

Privy Council Office

Table 139. Organization Summary (dollars) - Privy Council Office
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Program expenditures

132,068,513 130,174 10,825,154 143,023,841
Total Voted 132,068,513 130,174 10,825,154 143,023,841
Total Statutory 15,541,013 0 1,343,389 16,884,402
Total Budgetary Expenditures 147,609,526 130,174 12,168,543 159,908,243
Table 140. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to enhance the Privy Council Officeʼs capacity to support the Prime Minister and Cabinet ministers in delivering the Governmentʼs agenda and to strengthen its infrastructure (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 10,825,154
Total Voted Appropriations 10,825,154
Total Statutory Appropriations 1,343,389
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Employment and Social Development to the Privy Council Office to support resources for the Blueprint 2020 initiative

Vote 1b 130,174
Total Transfers 130,174
Total Budgetary 12,298,717

Public Health Agency of Canada

Table 141. Organization Summary (dollars) - Public Health Agency of Canada
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

349,749,584 (1,045,153) 3,898,822 352,603,253

5b Capital expenditures

5,853,695 0 650,000 6,503,695

10b Grants and contributions

206,779,000 (1,449,000) 4,518,623 209,848,623
Total Voted 562,382,279 (2,494,153) 9,067,445 568,955,571
Total Statutory 44,081,982 0 279,995 44,361,977
Total Budgetary Expenditures 606,464,261 (2,494,153) 9,347,440 613,317,548
Table 142. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to improve immunization coverage rates in Canada, harmonize concussion management guidelines across Canada, and help raise awareness of men’s health issues (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 1,483,604
Vote 10b 4,183,623
Total 5,667,227

Reinvestment of royalties from intellectual property

Vote 1b 855,516
Vote 5b 650,000
Total 1,505,516

Funding to establish a Canadian Food Safety Information Network to strengthen the ability to detect and respond to food hazards (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 1,489,702

Funding to expand the Nutrition North Canada Program to support all northern isolated communities (Budget 2014 and Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 70,000
Vote 10b 335,000
Total 405,000
Total Voted Appropriations 9,067,445
Total Statutory Appropriations 279,995
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Health to Public Health Agency of Canada to support the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Working Party on Biotechnology, Nanotechnology and Converging Technologiesʼ workshop

Vote 10b 35,000
Internal Transfers

Internal reallocation of resources from contributions to grants ($400,000) to support the Caribbean Public Health Agency in their response to the ongoing Zika virus outbreak

Vote 10b 0
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Employment and Social Development and Public Health Agency of Canada to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to support analysis of the national data collected by the Canadian Longitudinal Study on Aging initiative

Vote 1b (160,890)

From Public Health Agency of Canada to Western Economic Diversification for Pan-Provincial Vaccine Enterprise for completion of a clinical trial

Vote 1b (180,000)

From Public Health Agency of Canada to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to support a clinical trial conducted by the Canadian Immunization Research Network for an Ebola Vaccine

Vote 1b (188,263)

From Public Health Agency of Canada to the Canadian Institutes of Health Research to support the Canadian Immunization Research Network

Vote 1b (516,000)
Vote 10b (1,484,000)
Total (2,000,000)
Total Transfers (2,494,153)
Total Budgetary 6,853,287
Table 143. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants

Grant to eligible non-profit international organizations in support of their projects or programs on health

3,030,000 400,000 3,430,000
Contributions

Contributions to individuals and organizations to support health promotion projects in the areas of building community capacity, stimulating knowledge development and dissemination, and partnership building/intersectoral collaboration

37,624,242 3,737,673 41,361,915

Public Service Commission

Table 144. Organization Summary (dollars) - Public Service Commission
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Program expenditures

75,442,653 252,000 1 75,694,654
Total Voted 75,442,653 252,000 1 75,694,654
Total Statutory 12,442,885 0 0 12,442,885
Total Budgetary Expenditures 87,885,538 252,000 1 88,137,539
Table 145. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to authorize the transfer of funds between votes

Vote 1b 1
Total Voted Appropriations 1
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Canadian Food Inspection Agency to Public Service Commission for the Public Service Resourcing System, the national recruitment system behind the federal governmentʼs primary job portal

Vote 1b 252,000
Total Transfers 252,000
Total Budgetary 252,001

Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada

Table 146. Organization Summary (dollars) - Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Program expenditures

25,454,987 0 118,039 25,573,026
Total Voted 25,454,987 0 118,039 25,573,026
Total Statutory 9,890,737 0 0 9,890,737
Total Budgetary Expenditures 35,345,724 0 118,039 35,463,763
Table 147. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Recovery of proceeds from parking fees collected

Vote 1b 118,039
Total Voted Appropriations 118,039
Total Budgetary 118,039

Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Table 148. Organization Summary (dollars) - Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

1,897,309,200 38,743,756 57,181,274 1,993,234,230

5b Capital expenditures

271,115,584 614,272 26,008,009 297,737,865

10b Grants and contributions

194,973,483 0 13,100,000 208,073,483
Total Voted 2,363,398,267 39,358,028 96,289,283 2,499,045,578
Total Statutory 482,806,800 0 0 482,806,800
Total Budgetary Expenditures 2,846,205,067 39,358,028 96,289,283 2,981,852,378
Table 149. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for the settlement of class action lawsuits against the RCMP

Vote 1b 57,013,859

Funding to maintain and upgrade federal infrastructure assets (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)

Vote 5b 24,630,000

Funding to compensate members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for injuries received in the performance of duty

Vote 10b 13,100,000

Reinvestment of revenues from the sale or transfer of real property

Vote 5b 1,378,009

Recovery of proceeds from criminal record checks related to record suspension applications

Vote 1b 133,515

Reinvestment of royalties from intellectual property

Vote 1b 33,900
Total Voted Appropriations 96,289,283
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness to Royal Canadian Mounted Police for the First Nations Community Policing Service

Vote 1b 41,342,673

From National Defence to Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission, Health, Industry, Natural Resources and Royal Canadian Mounted Police to support the Canadian Safety and Security Program, which provides science and technology solutions, support and advice for responding to the Government of Canadaʼs public safety and security policy imperatives

Vote 1b 400,000
Vote 5b 1,195,000
Total 1,595,000

From Transport to Royal Canadian Mounted Police for policing of the Confederation Bridge

Vote 1b 302,000
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Citizenship and Immigration, National Defence, Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Transport to Shared Services Canada for the cost of providing core information technology services within Canada and missions abroad

Vote 1b (20,819)

From Royal Canadian Mounted Police to Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada to support the implementation of a new labour relations regime within the RCMP

Vote 1b (218,045)

From Agriculture and Agri-Food, Canada Border Services Agency, Canadian Food Inspection Agency, Canadian Security Intelligence Service, Citizenship and Immigration, National Defence and Royal Canadian Mounted Police to Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development to provide support to departmental staff located at missions abroad

Vote 1b (540,903)

From Royal Canadian Mounted Police to Canada Border Services Agency to adjust funding previously provided for the construction of a joint use firing range facility in Chilliwack, British Columbia

Vote 5b (580,728)

From Royal Canadian Mounted Police to Treasury Board Secretariat to implement the new labour relations regime

Vote 1b (821,150)

From Royal Canadian Mounted Police to Canada Border Services Agency to administer the import requirements of the Firearms Act

Vote 1b (1,700,000)
Total Transfers 39,358,028
Total Budgetary 135,647,311
Table 150. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants

To compensate members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police for injuries received in the performance of duty (R.S.C., 1985, c. R-11)

176,900,000 13,100,000 190,000,000

Shared Services Canada

Table 151. Organization Summary (dollars) - Shared Services Canada
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

1,338,484,390 103,304 2,834,643 1,341,422,337

5b Capital expenditures

443,764,558 486,837 1,241,175 445,492,570
Total Voted 1,782,248,948 590,141 4,075,818 1,786,914,907
Total Statutory 89,961,831 0 52,729 90,014,560
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,872,210,779 590,141 4,128,547 1,876,929,467
Table 152. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for the incremental cost of providing core information technology services to client departments and agencies

Vote 1b 2,834,643
Vote 5b 1,241,175
Total 4,075,818
Total Voted Appropriations 4,075,818
Total Statutory Appropriations 52,729
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Environment to Shared Services Canada for the revitalization of Canadaʼs Weather Services

Vote 1b 150,000
Vote 5b 300,000
Total 450,000

From Citizenship and Immigration, National Defence, Royal Canadian Mounted Police and Transport to Shared Services Canada for the cost of providing core information technology services within Canada and missions abroad

Vote 1b 186,586
Vote 5b 186,837
Total 373,423
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Shared Services Canada to Treasury Board Secretariat for infrastructure costs related to the Workspace Renewal Project of 219 Laurier

Vote 1b (79,750)

From Shared Services Canada to Transport to adjust amounts previously provided for core information technology services

Vote 1b (153,532)
Total Transfers 590,141
Total Budgetary 4,718,688

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council

Table 153. Organization Summary (dollars) - Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Operating expenditures

25,311,010 10,000 1,158,112 26,479,122

5b Grants

708,995,994 (219,526) 39,869,571 748,646,039
Total Voted 734,307,004 (209,526) 41,027,683 775,125,161
Total Statutory 2,845,920 0 117,622 2,963,542
Total Budgetary Expenditures 737,152,924 (209,526) 41,145,305 778,088,703
Table 154. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to support investigator-led discovery research in the social sciences and humanities as well as to support the Research Support Fund (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 1,080,000
Vote 5b 33,751,700
Total 34,831,700

Funding for the Canada First Research Excellence Fund (horizontal item)

Vote 5b 4,867,871

Funding for the Canada Excellence Research Chairs which supports research and innovation in Canadian universities (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 78,112
Vote 5b 1,250,000
Total 1,328,112
Total Voted Appropriations 41,027,683
Total Statutory Appropriations 117,622
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Canadian Heritage to Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council for research to inform policy development related to sport participation

Vote 1b 10,000
Vote 5b 513,425
Total 523,425

From Citizenship and Immigration to Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council to support immigration and refugee resettlement research

Vote 5b 310,000

From Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council to Canadian Institutes of Health Research and Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council to support partnerships between Canadian colleges, universities and local companies to increase innovation

Vote 5b 49,208
Transfers to Other Organizations

From Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council to National Defence to support the Canada Research Chairs at the Royal Military College of Canada

Vote 5b (130,000)

From Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council to National Defence to support the costs associated with managing their research enterprise at the Royal Military College of Canada

Vote 5b (962,159)
Total Transfers (209,526)
Total Budgetary 40,935,779
Table 155. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants

Research Support Fund

350,403,000 18,037,841 368,440,841

Grants and Scholarships

262,849,441 15,445,125 278,294,566

Canada First Research Excellence Fund

1,935,556 4,867,871 6,803,427

Canada Excellence Research Chairs

0 1,250,000 1,250,000

College and Community Innovation Program

425,404 49,208 474,612

The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited

Table 156. Organization Summary (dollars) - The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Payments to the Corporation

31,414,312 2,011,134 1 33,425,447
Total Budgetary Expenditures 31,414,312 2,011,134 1 33,425,447
Table 157. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to authorize the transfer of funds between votes

Vote 1b 1
Total Voted Appropriations 1
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Canada Border Services Agency to The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited for the Canadian Plaza rehabilitation project in Sault Ste. Marie

Vote 1b 1,561,134

From Transport to The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited for major upgrades to the Cornwall Island roadway connecting the North and South Channel Seaway International Bridges

Vote 1b 450,000
Total Transfers 2,011,134
Total Budgetary 2,011,135

The Jacques-Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc.

Table 158. Organization Summary (dollars) - The Jacques-Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc.
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Payments to the Corporation

351,919,000 0 15,606,000 367,525,000
Total Budgetary Expenditures 351,919,000 0 15,606,000 367,525,000
Table 159. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding related to the assessment, management and remediation of federal contaminated sites (Budget 2015) (horizontal item)

Vote 1b 15,606,000
Total Voted Appropriations 15,606,000
Total Budgetary 15,606,000

Treasury Board Secretariat

Table 160. Organization Summary (dollars) - Treasury Board Secretariat
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Program expenditures

265,912,187 900,900 90,901,906 357,714,993

5 Government Contingencies

581,283,447 0 0 581,283,447

10 Government-Wide Initiatives

3,193,000 0 0 3,193,000

15b Compensation Adjustments

0 0 6,183,243 6,183,243

20b Public Service Insurance

2,338,970,604 0 44,700,000 2,383,670,604

25 Operating Budget Carry Forward

504,827,064 0 0 504,827,064

30 Paylist Requirements

600,000,000 0 0 600,000,000

33 Capital Budget Carry Forward

73,858,716 0 0 73,858,716
Total Voted 4,368,045,018 900,900 141,785,149 4,510,731,067
Total Statutory 471,325,792 0 (100,960,132) 370,365,660
Total Budgetary Expenditures 4,839,370,810 900,900 40,825,017 4,881,096,727
Table 161. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for the Back Office Transformation initiative (Budget 2016 )

Vote 1b 69,080,001

Funding to address the costs of the Government’s share of the premium rate increase for the Service Income Security Insurance Plan

Vote 20b 44,700,000

Funding for the Back Office Transformation initiative (from other organizations)

Vote 1b 10,845,145

Funding for an out-of-court settlement

Vote 1b 8,900,000

Compensation adjustments – Transfers to departments and agencies for salary adjustments

Vote 15b 6,183,243

Funding to expand open data initiatives (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 2,076,760
Total Voted Appropriations 141,785,149
Total Statutory Appropriations (100,960,132)
Transfers
Transfers from Other Organizations

From Royal Canadian Mounted Police to Treasury Board Secretariat to implement the new labour relations regime

Vote 1b 821,150

From Shared Services Canada to Treasury Board Secretariat for infrastructure costs related to the Workspace Renewal Project of 219 Laurier

Vote 1b 79,750
Total Transfers 900,900
Total Budgetary 41,725,917
Table 162. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Contributions

Contributions to the Open Government Partnership

0 563,380 563,380

VIA Rail Canada Inc.

Table 163. Organization Summary (dollars) - VIA Rail Canada Inc.
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Payments to the Corporation

389,760,000 0 35,690,000 425,450,000
Total Budgetary Expenditures 389,760,000 0 35,690,000 425,450,000
Table 164. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding for incremental pension requirements

Vote 1b 28,000,000

Funding to address fleet renewal, grade crossing and security (Budget 2016)

Vote 1b 7,690,000
Total Voted Appropriations 35,690,000
Total Budgetary 35,690,000

Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority

Table 165. Organization Summary (dollars) - Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority
  Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates - Transfers These Supplementary Estimates - Adjustments Proposed Authorities To Date

Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website.

Budgetary
Voted

1b Payments to the Authority

215,989,827 0 350,584,925 566,574,752
Total Budgetary Expenditures 215,989,827 0 350,584,925 566,574,752
Table 166. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations

Funding to address operating and capital requirements

Vote 1b 350,584,925
Total Voted Appropriations 350,584,925
Total Budgetary 350,584,925

Items for inclusion in the Proposed Schedules to the Appropriation Bill

Table 1. Items for inclusion in the Proposed Schedule 1 to the Appropriation Bill (for the financial year ending March 31, 2017)
Vote No. Items Amount ($)
ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNALS SUPPORT SERVICE OF CANADA
1b

– Program expenditures

– Authority to make recoverable expenditures in relation to the application of the Canada Pension Plan and the Employment Insurance Act

1
Total 1
ATLANTIC CANADA OPPORTUNITIES AGENCY
5b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions

1
Total 1
CANADA COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS
1b

– Payments to the Council to be used for the furtherance of the objects set out in section 8 of the Canada Council for the Arts Act

1
Total 1
CANADA MORTGAGE AND HOUSING CORPORATION
1b

– Payments to reimburse the Corporation for the amounts of loans forgiven, grants, contributions and expenditures made, and losses, costs and expenses incurred:

(a) under the National Housing Act; or

(b) in the course of the exercise of powers or the carrying out of duties or functions conferred on the Corporation under any other Act of Parliament in accordance with the Corporation’s authority under the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation Act.

78,100,000
Total 78,100,000
CANADIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION
1b

– Payments to the Corporation for operating expenditures

75,000,000
Total 75,000,000
CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AGENCY
1b

– Program expenditures

– Contributions

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from:

(a) the conduct of environmental assessments by a review panel;

(b) the provision of training; and

(c) the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act.

4,332,364
Total 4,332,364
CANADIAN FOOD INSPECTION AGENCY
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Contributions

16,129,072
5b

– Capital expenditures

4,039,340
Total 20,168,412
CANADIAN INSTITUTES OF HEALTH RESEARCH
1b

– Operating expenditures

1,570,660
5b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

37,020,543
Total 38,591,203
CANADIAN MUSEUM FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
1b

– Payments to the Museum for operating and capital expenditures

11,904,000
Total 11,904,000
CANADIAN MUSEUM OF HISTORY
1b

– Payments to the Museum for operating and capital expenditures

11,547,000
Total 11,547,000
CANADIAN MUSEUM OF IMMIGRATION AT PIER 21
1b

– Payments to the Museum for operating and capital expenditures

200,000
Total 200,000
CANADIAN MUSEUM OF NATURE
1b

– Payments to the Museum for operating and capital expenditures

3,312,000
Total 3,312,000
CANADIAN NUCLEAR SAFETY COMMISSION
1b

– Program expenditures

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions

1
Total 1
CANADIAN SPACE AGENCY
10b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions

10,000,000
Total 10,000,000
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY ESTABLISHMENT
1b

– Program expenditures

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from its operations, including the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act

1,100,000
Total 1,100,000
CORRECTIONAL SERVICE OF CANADA
1b

– Operating expenditures

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions

– Authority to pay into the Inmate Welfare Fund revenue derived during the fiscal year from projects operated by inmates and financed by that Fund

– Authority to operate canteens in federal institutions and to deposit, during the fiscal year, revenue from sales into the Inmate Welfare Fund

– Payments, in accordance with terms and conditions prescribed by the Governor in Council:

(a) to or on behalf of discharged inmates who suffer physical disability caused by participation in normal program activity in federal institutions; and

(b) to dependants of deceased inmates and discharged inmates whose deaths resulted from participation in normal program activity in federal institutions.

– Authority for the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, subject to the approval of the Governor in Council, to enter into an agreement with any province for:

(a) the confinement in institutions of that province of any persons sentenced, committed or transferred to a penitentiary;

(b) compensation for the maintenance of such persons; and

(c) payment in respect of the construction and related costs of such institutions.

31,590,964
Total 31,590,964
COURTS ADMINISTRATION SERVICE
1b

– Program expenditures

2,205,425
Total 2,205,425
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND AGRI-FOOD
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from:

(a) collaborative research agreements and research services;

(b) the grazing and breeding activities of the Community Pasture Program;

(c) the administration of the AgriStability program; and

(d) the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act.

– The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary – paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year – that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State

9,445,894
5b

– Capital expenditures

1,300,500
10b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions

30,074,850
Total 40,821,244
DEPARTMENT OF CANADIAN HERITAGE
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from:

(a) the activities of the Canadian Conservation Institute, the Canadian Heritage

Information Network and the Canadian Audio-Visual Certification Office;

(b) activities undertaken under the Capital Experience Program; and

(c) the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act.

– The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary – paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year – that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State

624,855
5b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions

2,777,570
Total 3,402,425
DEPARTMENT OF CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year from the provision of services related to International Experience Canada – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of those services

– The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary – paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year – that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State

13,089,920
5b

– Capital expenditures

865,285
Total 13,955,205
DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Authority to make recoverable expenditures in relation to the application of the Canada Pension Plan and the Employment Insurance Act

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from:

(a) the provision of Public Access Programs Sector services;

(b) the provision of services to assist provinces in the administration of provincial programs funded under Labour Market Development Agreements;

(c) the provision of services on behalf of other federal government departments;

(d) the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act;

(e) any amount charged to a Crown corporation under paragraph 14(b) of the Government Employees Compensation Act in relation to the litigation costs for subrogated claims for Crown corporations; and

(f) the portion of the Government Employees Compensation Act departmental or agency subrogated claim settlements related to litigation costs.

– The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary – paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year – that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State

19,902,446
5b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions

39,748,000
Total 59,650,446
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
1b

– Program expenditures

– Contributions

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act

– The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary – paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year – that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State

5,820,073
7b

– Pursuant to section 27 of the Protection of Residential Mortgage or Hypothecary Insurance Act, the aggregate outstanding principal amount of loans for the purposes of that section must not exceed $350,000,000,000 at any time

1
Total 5,820,074
DEPARTMENT OF FISHERIES AND OCEANS
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Canada’s share of expenses of the international fisheries commissions

– Authority to provide free accommodation for the international fisheries commissions

– Authority to make recoverable advances in the amounts of the shares of the international fisheries commissions of joint cost projects

– Authority to make recoverable advances for transportation, stevedoring and other shipping services performed for individuals, outside agencies and other governments in the course of, or arising out of, the exercise of jurisdiction in navigation, including aids to navigation and shipping

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year:

(a) in the course of, or arising from, the activities of the Canadian Coast Guard; and

(b) from the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act.

– The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary – paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year – that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State

20,842,744
5b

– Capital expenditures

– Authority to make payments to provinces, municipalities and local or private authorities as contributions towards construction done by those bodies

– Authority for the purchase and disposal of commercial fishing vessels

1,588,390
10b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions

3,060,074
Total 25,491,208
DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT
1b

– Operating expenditures, including those related to the appointment of Canada’s representatives abroad, to the staff of those representatives, and to the assignment of Canadians to the staffs of international organizations

– Authority to make recoverable advances to international organizations in amounts not exceeding the amounts of the shares of those organizations

– Expenditures in respect of the provision of office accommodation for the International Civil Aviation Organization

– Recoverable expenditures for assistance to and repatriation of distressed Canadian citizens and Canadian residents living abroad, including their dependants

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from:

(a) trade and education fairs;

(b) departmental publications; and

(c) the following services:

(i) training services provided by the Canadian Foreign Service Institute,

(ii) trade missions and other international business development services,

(iii) investment development services,

(iv) international telecommunication services,

(v) other services provided abroad to other departments and to

agencies, Crown corporations and non-federal organizations, and

(vi) specialized consular services.

– The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary – paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year – that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State

62,188,733
5b

– Capital expenditures

80,521,780
10b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions, including payments for other specified purposes and for the provision of goods and services for:

(a) the promotion of trade and investment; and

(b) international humanitarian assistance and assistance in the following areas: international security, international development and global peace.

398,447,096
15b

– Payments made:

(a) in respect of pension, insurance and social security programs or other arrangements for employees locally engaged outside of Canada; and

(b) in respect of the administration of such programs or arrangements, including premiums, contributions, benefit payments, fees and other expenditures made in respect of such employees and for any other persons that the Treasury Board determines.

13,927,000
Total 555,084,609
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from:

(a) the provision of services or the sale of products related to health protection, regulatory activities and medical services; and

(b) the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act.

– The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary – paid annually or prorata for any period less than a year – that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State

105,661,247
10b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions, in the form of monetary payments or the provision of goods or services

117,607,565
Total 223,268,812
DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Expenditures on works, buildings and equipment

– Expenditures – recoverable or otherwise – on work performed on property that is not federal property and on services provided in respect of that property

– Authority to provide, in respect of Indian and Inuit economic development activities, for the capacity development for Indians and Inuit and the furnishing of materials and equipment

– Authority to sell electric power to private consumers in remote locations when alternative local sources of supply are not available, in accordance with terms and conditions approved by the Governor in Council

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act

– The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary – paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year – that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State

120,800,275
5b

– Capital expenditures

– Expenditures on buildings, works, land and equipment the operation, control and ownership of which:

(a) may be transferred to provincial governments on terms and conditions approved by the Governor in Council; or

(b) may be transferred to Indian bands, groups of Indians or individual Indians at the discretion of the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development.

– Expenditures on buildings, works, land and equipment that are on other than federal property

– Authority to make recoverable expenditures on roads and related works in amounts not exceeding the shares of provincial governments of expenditures

400,273
10b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions

518,068,111
Total 639,268,659
DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from:

(a) the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act, and the provision of internal support services to the Canadian Intellectual Property Office;

(b) activities and operations related to communications research at the Communication Research Centre;

(c) services and insolvency processes under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act at the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy;

(d) activities and operations carried out by Corporations Canada under the Canada Business Corporations Act, the Boards of Trade Act , the Canada Cooperatives Act, the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act and the Canada Corporations Act; and

(e) services and regulatory processes for mergers and merger-related matters, including pre-merger notifications, advance ruling certificates and written opinions, under the Competition Act at the Competition Bureau.

– The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary – paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year – that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State

3,138,061
10b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions

271,750,173
Total 274,888,234
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from:

(a) the provision of mandatory legal services to federal departments and agencies;

(b) the provision to Crown corporations, non-federal organizations and international organizations of optional legal services that are consistent with the Department’s mandate; and

(c) the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act.

– The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary – paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year – that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State

4,483,915
5b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions

16,082,500
Total 20,566,415
DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENCE
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Authority for total commitments, subject to allotment by the Treasury Board, of $28,092,215,320 for the purposes of Votes 1, 5 and 10 of the Department regardless of the year in which the payment of those commitments comes due (of which it is estimated that $10,318,618,383 will come due for payment in future years)

– Authority, subject to the direction of the Treasury Board, to make recoverable expenditures or advances in respect of materials supplied to, or services performed on behalf of, individuals, corporations, outside agencies, other federal departments and agencies and other governments

– Authority to make payments:

(a) in respect of pension, insurance and social security programs or other arrangements for employees locally engaged outside of Canada; and

(b) in respect of the administration of such programs or arrangements, including premiums, contributions, benefit payments, fees and other expenditures made in respect of such employees and for any other persons that the Treasury Board determines.

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year, including from the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act

– The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary – paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year – that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State

193,852,657
5b

– Capital expenditures

49,330,000
10b

The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year and contributions, which grants and contributions may include:

(a) monetary payments or, in lieu of payment made to a recipient:

(i) the provision of goods or services, or

(ii) the provision of the use of facilities, and

(b) the contributions that may be approved by the Governor in Council in accordance with section 3 of The Defence Appropriation Act, 1950:

(i) for the provision or transfer of defence equipment,

(ii) for the provision of services for defence purposes, or

(iii) for the provision or transfer of supplies or facilities for defence purposes.

9,500,000
Total 252,682,657
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year:

(a) from the sale of forestry and information products;

(b) from the issue of licences, permits and certificates under the Explosives Act and the Explosives Regulations, 2013;

(c) from training and certification activities related to the Act and the regulations referred to in paragraph (b);

(d) from research, consultation, testing, analysis, and administration services as part of the departmental operations; and

(e) for the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of the Financial Administration Act.

– The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary – paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year – that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State

22,277,456
10b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions

3,899,000
Total 26,176,456
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues received in that fiscal year including from the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act

– The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary – paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year – that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State

1,817,304
5b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions

108,766,553
Total 110,583,857
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES
1b

– Operating expenditures for the provision of accommodation, common and central services

– Recoverable expenditures in relation to the application of the Canada Pension Plan, the Employment Insurance Act and the Seized Property Management Act

– Authority to expend revenues received during the fiscal year arising from accommodation and central and common services

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues received in that fiscal year including from the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act

– The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary – paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year – that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State

52,350,000
5b

– Capital expenditures including expenditures on works other than federal property

– Authority to reimburse tenants of federal property for improvements authorized by the Minister of Public Works and Government Services

5,000,000
Total 57,350,000
DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Authority for the Minister of the Environment to engage consultants as required by different Boards at the remuneration that those Boards determine

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act and from the provision of services or the sale of information products arising from the operations of the department funded from this Vote, including:

(a) research, analysis and scientific services;

(b) hydrometric surveys;

(c) regulatory services;

(d) monitoring services, including monitoring services with respect to the oil sands;

(e) entry fees;

(f) permits; and

(g) real property services.

– The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary – paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year – that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State

15,221,831
5b

– Capital expenditures

– Authority to make payments to provinces or municipalities as contributions towards construction done by those bodies

– Authority to make recoverable advances not exceeding the amount of the shares of provincial and outside agencies of the cost of joint projects including expenditures on other than federal property

1,474,025
10b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions, including ones to developing countries by way of the Multilateral Fund for the Implementation of the Montreal Protocol taking the form of monetary payments or the provision of goods, equipment or services

15,100,000
Total 31,795,856
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Authority to make expenditures on other than federal property in the course of, or arising out of the exercise of jurisdiction in, aeronautics

– Authority for the payment of commissions for revenue collection pursuant to the Aeronautics Act

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenue that it receives in that fiscal year including from the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act

– The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without Portfolio or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary – paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year – that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State

34,048,601
5b

– Capital expenditures

1,950,000
15b

Transportation infrastructure

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions

6,407,437
20b

Other

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions

3,724,318
Total 46,130,356
DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Expenditures related to the upkeep of real property, including engineering and other investigatory planning expenses that do not add tangible value to property, payment of taxes, insurance and public utilities

– Expenditures related to, subject to the approval of the Governor in Council:

(a) necessary remedial work on properties constructed under individual firm price contracts and sold under the Veterans’ Land Act (R.S.C. 1970, c. V-4), to correct defects for which neither the Veteran nor the contractor may be held financially responsible; and

(b) other work on other properties that is required to protect the Director’s interest in those properties.

– The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary – paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year – that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, ministers of State who preside over ministries of State

62,011,580
5b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year; however, the amount listed for any grant may be increased or decreased subject to the approval of the Treasury Board

– Contributions

66,470,000
Total 128,481,580
DEPARTMENT OF WESTERN ECONOMIC DIVERSIFICATION
5b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions

1,247,010
Total 1,247,010
FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS AND REPORTS ANALYSIS CENTRE OF CANADA
1b

– Program expenditures

473,938
Total 473,938
HOUSE OF COMMONS
1b

– Program expenditures, including payments in respect of the cost of operating Members’ constituency offices

– Contributions

– Authority to expend revenues received during the fiscal year arising from the activities of the House of Commons

19,102,544
Total 19,102,544
INTERNATIONAL JOINT COMMISSION (CANADIAN SECTION)
1b

– Program expenditures

– Expenses of the Canadian Section, including salaries

– Expenses of studies, surveys and investigations by the Commission under International References

– Expenses of the Commission under the Canada/United States Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement

250,000
Total 250,000
LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES OF CANADA
5b

– Capital expenditures

138,588
Total 138,588
NATIONAL ARTS CENTRE CORPORATION
1b

– Payments to the Corporation for operating expenditures

17,762,375
Total 17,762,375
NATIONAL CAPITAL COMMISSION
1b

– Payments to the Commission for operating expenditures

926,000
5b

– Payments to the Commission for capital expenditures

19,114
Total 945,114
NATIONAL ENERGY BOARD
1b

– Program expenditures

– Contributions

688,629
Total 688,629
NATIONAL FILM BOARD
1b

– Program expenditures

1,500,000
Total 1,500,000
NATIONAL GALLERY OF CANADA
1b

– Payments to the Gallery for operating and capital expenditures

1,190,000
Total 1,190,000
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
1b

– Payments to the Museum for operating and capital expenditures

2,569,000
Total 2,569,000
NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA
1b

– Operating expenditures

1,618,017
10b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions, including the provision of goods and services for the international Thirty Meter Telescope Observatory

10,000,000
Total 11,618,017
NATURAL SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING RESEARCH COUNCIL
1b

– Operating expenditures

1,410,000
5b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

64,394,137
Total 65,804,137
OFFICE OF INFRASTRUCTURE OF CANADA
5b

– Capital expenditures

23,851,425
10b

– Contributions

20,969,937
Total 44,821,362
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER FOR FEDERAL JUDICIAL AFFAIRS
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of administrative services and judicial training services

– Remuneration, allowances and expenses for judges, including deputy judges of the Supreme Court of Yukon, the Supreme Court of the Northwest Territories and the Nunavut Court of Justice, not provided for by the Judges Act

431,450
Total 431,450
OFFICE OF THE CO-ORDINATOR, STATUS OF WOMEN
1b

– Operating expenditures

– The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary – paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year – that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State

3,911,600
Total 3,911,600
OFFICES OF THE INFORMATION AND PRIVACY COMMISSIONERS OF CANADA
1b

Office of the Information Commissioner of Canada

– Program expenditures

3,131,113
Total 3,131,113
PARLIAMENTARY PROTECTIVE SERVICE
1b

– Program expenditures

6,691,090
Total 6,691,090
PRIVY COUNCIL OFFICE
1b

– Program expenditures, including operating expenditures of Commissions of Inquiry not otherwise provided for and the operation of the Prime Minister’s residence

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act

– The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary – paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year – that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State

10,825,154
Total 10,825,154
PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCY OF CANADA
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues received in that fiscal year including from the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act

3,898,822
5b

– Capital expenditures

650,000
10b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions

4,518,623
Total 9,067,445
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
1b

– Program expenditures

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of staffing, assessment and counselling services and products and the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act

1
Total 1
REGISTRAR OF THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA
1b

– Program expenditures

118,039
Total 118,039
ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues received in that fiscal year including from the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act

57,181,274
5b

– Capital expenditures

26,008,009
10b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year; however, the amount listed for any grant may be increased or decreased, subject to the approval of the Treasury Board

– Contributions

13,100,000
Total 96,289,283
SHARED SERVICES CANADA
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of information technology services

2,834,643
5b

– Capital expenditures

1,241,175
Total 4,075,818
SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES RESEARCH COUNCIL
1b

– Operating expenditures

1,158,112
5b

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

39,869,571
Total 41,027,683
THE FEDERAL BRIDGE CORPORATION LIMITED
1b

– Payments to the Corporation

1
Total 1
THE JACQUES-CARTIER AND CHAMPLAIN BRIDGES INC.
1b

– Payments to the Corporation to be applied in payment of the excess of the expenditures over the revenues of the Corporation (exclusive of depreciation on capital structures and reserves) in the operation of the Jacques-Cartier, Champlain and Honoré-Mercier Bridges, a portion of the Bonaventure Autoroute, the Pont-Champlain Jetty and Melocheville Tunnel, Montreal

15,606,000
Total 15,606,000
TREASURY BOARD SECRETARIAT
1b

– Program expenditures

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year – in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act and from its other activities

– The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary – paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year – that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State

90,901,906
15b

Compensation Adjustments

– Authority granted to the Treasury Board to supplement any other appropriation for the fiscal year that may need to be partially or fully funded as a result of adjustments made to terms and conditions of service or employment of the federal public administration, including the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, as well as of members of the Canadian Forces, persons appointed by the Governor in Council and employees of Crown corporations as defined in subsection 83(1) of the Financial Administration Act

6,183,243
20b

Public Service Insurance

– Payments, in respect of insurance, pension or benefit programs or other arrangements, or in respect of the administration of such programs, or arrangements, including premiums, contributions, benefits, fees and other expenditures, made in respect of the federal public administration, or any part of it, and in respect of any other persons that the Treasury Board determines

– Authority to expend any revenues or other amounts received in respect of insurance, pension or benefit programs or other arrangements:

(a) to offset premiums, contributions, benefits, fees and other expenditures in respect of those programs or arrangements; and

(b) to provide for the return to eligible employees of the premium refund under subsection 96(3) of the Employment Insurance Act.

44,700,000
Total 141,785,149
VIA RAIL CANADA INC.
1b

– Payments to the Corporation in respect of the costs of its management

– Payments to the Corporation for capital expenditures

– Payments to the Corporation for the provision of rail passenger services in Canada in accordance with contracts entered into pursuant to

subparagraph (c)(i) of Transport Vote 52d, Appropriation Act No. 1, 1977

35,690,000
Total 35,690,000
WINDSOR-DETROIT BRIDGE AUTHORITY
1b

– Payments to the Authority for the discharge of its mandate consistent with its Letters Patent and the Canada-Michigan Crossing Agreement

350,584,925
Total 350,584,925
Total 3,690,814,930
Table 2. Items for inclusion in the Proposed Schedule 2 to the Appropriation Bill (for the financial year ending March 31, 2018)
Vote No. Items Amount ($)
CANADA BORDER SERVICES AGENCY
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal – in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from:

(a) fees, related to the operations, for the provision of a service or the use a facility or for a product, right or privilege; and

(b) payments received under contracts entered into by the Agency.

2,768,478
5b

– Capital expenditures

20,914,974
Total 23,683,452
CANADA REVENUE AGENCY
1b

– Operating expenditures

– Contributions

– Recoverable expenditures in relation to the application of the Canada Pension Plan and the Employment Insurance Act

139,583,733
5b

– Capital expenditures

– Recoverable expenditures in relation to the application of the Canada Pension Plan and the Employment Insurance Act

6,477,217
Total 146,060,950
PARKS CANADA AGENCY
1b

– Program expenditures

– Capital expenditures

– The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year

– Contributions, including:

(a) expenditures on other than federal property; and

(b) payments to provinces and municipalities as contributions towards the cost of undertakings carried out by those bodies.

20,499,057
Total 20,499,057
Total 190,243,459
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