Complete text for Supplementary Estimates (A), 2017–18

ISSN: 1702-5141
Catalogue No. BT31-2/1E-PDF

© Her Majesty the Queen in Right of Canada,
as represented by the President of the Treasury Board, 2017

Introduction

These Supplementary Estimates are presented in six sections:

  • Highlights of these Estimates, including their overall impact on the Government’s spending plan and appropriated authorities for the fiscal year;
  • General Information about the Estimates process and how to use this document;
  • Key Summaries of the authorities presented in these Estimates for Parliament’s approval or information, a comparison of Budget 2017 and the 2017–18 Estimates, major items, and horizontal initiatives;
  • Details by Organization on the voted authorities sought through these Estimates, as well as updates to statutory forecasts;
  • Annex – Items for inclusion in the Proposed Schedules to the Appropriation Bill; and
  • Additional Information available online, on statutory authorities and these Estimates by program or purpose and by standard object. These Estimates also include a new online annex on horizontal initiatives with additional detail on the activities of participating organizations, in response to a request from the House of Commons Standing Committee on Government Operations and Estimates.

Highlights of these Estimates

The Supplementary Estimates (A), 2017–18 seek parliamentary approval for $3.7 billion in new voted spending, including $1.0 billion for priorities announced in Budget 2017, like supporting skills development, helping young Canadians succeed and delivering better transportation.

The Government continues to be committed to better align the Budget and Estimates so that Parliament can approve funding in a more timely manner. These Estimates include funding for 26 Budget 2017 measures, compared with as few as 6 budget measures in the past three Supplementary Estimates (A) exercises.

Also, for the second year in a row, this document compares funding announced in this year’s federal budget with that requested through Supplementary Estimates (A). This reconciliation makes it easier for Parliament to study the government’s spending plans and hold the Government to account.

New voted budgetary spending of $616.1 million is also being sought for the continuation of Budget 2016 priorities such as supporting families through early learning and child care.

Voted spending also includes funding for significant pressures related to collective bargaining, specific claims settlements, protection of oceans and coastlines, as well as support for the 2017 Immigration Levels Plan.

Six organizations are seeking over $200.0 million in incremental voted budgetary expenditures:

  • Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development ($718.9 million)
  • Treasury Board Secretariat ($651.4 million)
  • Department of Employment and Social Development ($584.6 million)
  • Department of Fisheries and Oceans ($359.4 million)
  • VIA Rail Canada Inc. ($235.4 million)
  • Canada Border Services Agency ($204.4 million)

General Information

In order to spend money, the government must receive Parliament’s approval, either through previously adopted legislation that provides ongoing authority or on an annual basis through the introduction and passage of appropriation bills in Parliament. As with other bills, appropriation bills become law after being approved by both the House of Commons and the Senate and receiving Royal Assent.

To support Parliament’s consideration and review, the President of the Treasury Board tables in Parliament, prior to the introduction of each appropriation bill, an Estimates publication (Main or Supplementary) that provides information and details on spending authorities sought.

While the Main Estimates, tabled by , provides an overview of spending requirements for the upcoming fiscal year, Supplementary Estimates present information on additional spending requirements which were either not sufficiently developed in time for inclusion in the Main Estimates, or have subsequently been refined to account for developments in particular programs and services.

It is practice to table a Supplementary Estimates for each of the three Parliamentary supply periods ending , and . The Supplementary Estimates (A), 2017–18 are the first of three exercises planned for this fiscal year.

For this exercise the President of the Treasury Board tables a document in Parliament that includes:

  • A summary of the government’s incremental financial requirements;
  • A comparison of the Budget 2017 forecast and planned expenditures in the 2017–18 Estimates;
  • An overview of major funding requests and horizontal initiatives;
  • Highlights of new authority requirements and structural changes;
  • Funding details by organization; and,
  • A proposed schedule to the appropriation bill to be approved by Parliament via the House of Commons and the Senate.

The following supplemental information is also available online;

  • Detailed listing of legislated amounts reported through the Estimates;
  • A complete breakdown of planned expenditures by standard object, such as personnel, professional services and transfer payments;
  • Planned expenditures by program or purpose in accordance with the organizations’ Program Alignment Architecture or Departmental Reporting Framework; and,
  • Supplemental information of horizontal initiatives and other jointly funded items by organization.

The following terminology is used throughout this document:

  • 2015–16 Expenditures refer to the actual expenditures published in the 2016 Public Accounts.
  • 2016–17 Estimates to date include the aggregate of the requirements reported in the Main Estimates, and Supplementary Estimates A, B and C of that fiscal year.
  • Previous Estimates to Date refer to amounts reported in the prior Estimates of the current fiscal year, i.e., 2017–18 Main Estimates in this case.
  • These Supplementary Estimates refer to the requirements reported through Supplementary Estimates (A).
  • Proposed Authorities is the sum of all the amounts reported in the Estimates of the current fiscal year, i.e., Main Estimates and Supplementary Estimates A in this case.
  • Budgetary expenditures include the cost of servicing the public debt; operating and capital expenditures; transfer payments to other levels of government, organizations or individuals; and payments to Crown corporations.
  • Non-budgetary expenditures or loans, investments and advances – are outlays that represent changes in the composition of the Government’s financial assets. Negative figures indicate that recoveries exceed expenditures.
  • Voted appropriations are those for which parliamentary authority is sought through an appropriation bill.
  • Statutory expenditures are those authorized by Parliament through enabling legislation and for which forecasts are provided for Parliament’s information.

Summary of Estimates

The Supplementary Estimates (A), 2017–18 provides information in support of voted budgetary expenditures in the amount of $3.7 billion for a total of $105.9 billion. This is an increase of 3.6% over the 2017–18 Main Estimates and 2.6% more than the total Estimates of 2016–17.

Figure 1. Comparison of Estimates, Supply and Expenditures - Budgetary (billions of dollars)
2015–16 Expenditures 2016–17 Estimates to date Proposed Authorities
Voted 85.17 103.18 105.86
Statutory 156.21 153.98 155.84

Figure 2. Comparison of Estimates, Supply and Expenditures - Non-budgetary (billions of dollars)

2015–16 Expenditures 2016–17 Estimates to date Proposed Authorities
Voted 0.04 0.06 0.06
Statutory 55.55 -0.09 0.38
Table 1. Comparison of Estimates, Supply and Expenditures (dollars)
  2015–16 Expenditures 2016–17 Estimates to date Previous Estimates To Date These Supplementary Estimates Proposed Authorities
Budgetary
Voted
85,169,699,945 103,183,394,319 102,139,294,300 3,722,404,244 105,861,698,544
Statutory
156,209,763,292 153,982,900,171 155,778,340,286 62,015,996 155,840,356,282
Total Budgetary 241,379,463,237 257,166,294,490 257,917,634,586 3,784,420,240 261,702,054,826
Non-Budgetary
Voted
39,269,579 57,103,001 26,703,002 30,400,000 57,103,002
Statutory
55,549,870,041 (92,065,228) (246,167,112) 625,000,000 378,832,888
Total Non-Budgetary 55,589,139,620 (34,962,227) (219,464,110) 655,400,000 435,935,890

Estimates to date 2017–18

The 2017–18 Main Estimates were tabled on , supporting the government’s request to Parliament for authority through annual appropriations to spend $102.1 billion in voted budgetary expenditures and $26.7 million in voted non-budgetary expenditures. The 2017–18 Main Estimates also presented information on statutory amounts of $155.8 billion in budgetary expenditures and a $246.2 million net non-budgetary recovery.

The Supplementary Estimates (A), 2017–18 provide information in support of $3.7 billion in voted budgetary expenditures and $30.4 million in voted non-budgetary expenditures. Information is also provided on statutory amounts of $62.0 million in budgetary expenditures and a $625.0 million net increase in non-budgetary expenditures.

Two more Supplementary Estimates are planned for the 2017–18 fiscal year, with tabling occurring in November and February.

Appropriation Acts in 2017–18

Royal Assent for Appropriation Act No. 1, 2017–18 was granted on and provided interim supply to appropriation dependent organizations to cover requirements until the end of .

In June, the President of the Treasury Board will introduce bills to approve the remainder of the funding included in Main Estimates and the funding in these Supplementary Estimates.

Table 2. Supplementary Estimates as part of total Estimates, 2017–18 Estimates (dollars)
  Main Estimates Supplementary A Supplementary B Supplementary C Total
Budgetary
Voted
102,139,294,300 3,722,404,244 0 0 105,861,698,544
Statutory
155,778,340,286 62,015,996 0 0 155,840,356,282
Total Budgetary 257,917,634,586 3,784,420,240 0 0 261,702,054,826
Non-Budgetary
Voted
26,703,002 30,400,000 0 0 57,103,002
Statutory
(246,167,112) 625,000,000 0 0 378,832,888
Total Non-Budgetary (219,464,110) 655,400,000 0 0 435,935,890

Comparison of Budget and Estimates

The Government is committed to improve the reporting process to increase accountability to Parliament and Canadians. Where possible, this includes ensuring consistent reporting of budget and estimates information to help make the process of reviewing government spending more open, transparent and accountable.

While each document serves its own specific purpose, the differences between them can create confusion given the different scope and accounting methods as well as the timing challenges.

For a second year in a row, these Supplementary Estimates present a summary of the adjustments necessary to understand how the forecast of planned expenditures in the estimates compares with the expense forecast set out in the federal budget.

The following table presents a high-level reconciliation of Budget 2017 and the 2017–18 Estimates to date, in order to provide greater clarity on the relationship between the figures presented in each. This reconciliation allows for a more effective study of the cash requirements in the 2017–18 Estimates that are derived from the accrual-based budget plan.

Table 3. Comparison of Budget 2017 and Estimates 2017–18
  2017–18 (billions of dollars)
2017–18 Estimates 261.7
Plus: Items not included in Estimates
Of which:
66.1
Employment Insurance benefits
22.0
Children’s benefits
23.0
Other
21.1
Plus: Differences in accounting basis
4.7
Plus: Budget 2017 and other measures not yet approved by the Treasury Board 2.2
Less: Assumed lapse of operating and transfer payments authorities (5.8)
Plus: Other
1.3
Budget 2017
330.2

Items Not Included in the Estimates

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

The estimates are therefore focused on the government’s cash needs which require parliamentary appropriations and exclude certain items reported in the Budget. Costs related to Children’s benefits and Employment Insurance benefits are the largest components of the items excluded from the estimates.

The Canada Child Benefit is legislated through the Income Tax Act and is considered an expenditure for government financial reporting purposes. Parliament does not authorize annual spending for this item or for any other tax expenditure or refundable tax credit.

Most Employment Insurance costs are paid directly out of the Employment Insurance Operating Account, rather than a departmental appropriation, and are therefore not specifically included in estimates. Revenues and expenses associated with the Employment Insurance Operating Account are incorporated in the budget, as are other consolidated specified purpose accounts.

Other items in this category where spending is not subject to annual parliamentary approval are expenses of crown corporations (who spend the revenues that they generate) as well as revenues credited to departmental appropriations ("net voting" authorities).

Differences in Accounting Basis

The budget is presented on a full accrual basis whereas the estimates are presented on a modified cash basis. The accrual basis of accounting recognizes income when it is earned and expenses when they are incurred, whereas cash accounting recognizes them when the cash or its equivalent has been paid.

As a result, certain items will be reported differently between the two publications. Examples of such items include the remediation of contaminated sites and the depreciation of capital assets. This category also includes other items, such as bad debt expenses and certain costs related to pensions and benefits for which cash disbursements are expected to be made in subsequent years but for which expenses are accrued in the current year.

Budget 2017 and Other Measures Not Yet Approved by Treasury Board

This category of spending corresponds to items that have been approved and earmarked in the fiscal framework but for which Parliamentary spending authority has yet to be sought, including the remaining Budget 2017 spending measures.

The difference exists because the budget is forward looking and presents expenses anticipated for a given year, while the voted expenditures shown in the estimates refer to amounts that have already received Treasury Board approval as of a particular date. As such, the estimates provide the maximum amount of appropriated funding that can be spent at that point in time, while the budget projects the amount of spending that will likely be spent over the entire course of the year.

There are many reasons why funding for announced initiatives may not yet have been presented to the Treasury Board for approval, with one of the most common being that additional policy discussion or authority from Cabinet is required to finalize details of the initiative.

Assumed lapse of operating and transfer payments authorities

The budget forecast also recognizes that some amount of spending included in the estimates will lapse at the end of the fiscal year, and either be reprofiled to future years or simply remain unspent.

These lapses are influenced by many factors, such as contract and project delays, uncommitted authorities in the Treasury Board managed central votes, as well as departmental funds management practices to ensure that spending does not exceed the authorities approved by Parliament.

Other

This category represents a number of diverse factors, including provisions for the cost of possible future liabilities and cost increases.

Major Items

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

Treasury Board Secretariat: $625.0 million
Paylist requirements – Funding for adjustments made to terms and conditions of service or employment of the federal public administration

Given the number of collective agreements that have either recently been ratified or may be ratified in the coming weeks, this funding provides the Government with capacity to address pressures. This figure takes into account the amounts reprofiled from previous years by departments in order to manage the costs for which they are responsible as a result of the 2013 operating budget freeze. It also includes a portion of the employer’s anticipated costs related to 2016–17. Funding for paylist requirements presented in the Supplementary Estimates (C), 2016–17 was not allocated to departments as collective agreements were not ratified by the end of 2016–17.

Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development: $446.5 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 Employment and Social Development: $400.0 million
Funding for transfer agreements with provinces and territories to support early learning and child care (Budget 2016)

Federal, provincial and territorial governments have developed an Early Learning and Child Care Framework as a first step towards delivering affordable, high-quality, flexible and fully inclusive child care. The Early Learning and Child Care Framework is based on a long-term vision, shared principles and objectives. Because child care needs vary from family to family, and because provinces and territories have responded to those needs in different ways, the Framework and associated funding will be flexible to meet the needs of Canadian families wherever they live.

VIA Rail Canada Inc.: $235.4 million
Funding for national rail passenger transportation services (Budget 2017)

Budget 2017 announced $867.3 million over three years, starting in 2017–18, to support VIA’s operations and capital requirements. Operating funding will be used for to cover VIA’s regular expenses such as employee wages and benefits, pension requirements, overhead expenditures, fuel consumption, on-train products, maintenance and inspection programs and train service agreements with host railways for usage of track. Capital funding will allow VIA to maintain its assets in a state of good repair and to adhere to new regulatory requirements for equipment and rail infrastructure. Capital projects include updates to several train stations and improvements to a number of grade crossings in the corridor.

Department of Fisheries and Oceans, Department of Natural Resources, Department of the Environment, Department of Transport: $209.1 million
Funding for the Oceans Protection Plan to improve marine safety and protect Canada’s marine environment

This funding will be used to develop and implement comprehensive plans to make navigation in Canadian waters safer and to protect Canada’s coastlines and waterways. Supported activities include:

  • Expanding the availability of local, real-time marine traffic information;
  • Strengthening radar capacity and marine communications and traffic services centres;
  • Providing more detailed marine weather forecasts and navigational information;
  • Increasing the federal on-water presence, emergency response and towing capacity;
  • Conducting research on oil spills, response measures and clean-up;
  • Increasing engagement of Indigenous communities in the marine safety system; and,
  • Expanding the Coast Guard Auxiliary.
Canada Border Services Agency, Department of Citizenship and Immigration, Immigration and Refugee Board: $185.0 million
Funding to support the targeted admission of 300,000 immigrants under the 2017 Immigration Levels Plan

This funding will assist in welcoming 300,000 immigrants to Canada for the 2017 calendar year. The activities include processing claims from intake to final decision, delivery of health care to refugees, providing settlement and resettlement services, expanding Canada’s immigration presence abroad, upgrading the Express Entry system and implementing the Global Skills Strategy.

Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development: $174.7 million
Funding for Operation Return Home: Manitoba Interlake Flood Remediation and Settlement

Operation Return Home is a project involving Canada, Manitoba and four Manitoba First Nations communities affected by catastrophic flooding in 2011. The project’s goals are to repair, rebuild and re-establish the four communities, and negotiate final settlement agreements among Canada, Manitoba, and the four First Nations.

Department of Fisheries and Oceans: $166.7 million
Funding to maintain mission-critical services to Canadians

This funding will support maintenance of the fleet, navigational aids, and communication towers, as well as training and equipment for Coast Guard personnel, upgrades to information networks and radio infrastructure, monitoring of fish stocks and icebreaking operations.

Canada Border Services Agency: $162.8 million
Funding to maintain the integrity of Canada’s border operations

The Agency is facing operational pressures due to changing volumes across business lines, growth in international commerce and the threats of terrorism and organized crime. This funding will be used to maintain service levels for wait times and inspection rates at major ports of entry.

Structural Changes and Changes to Voted Authorities since the 2017–18 Main Estimates:

The following structural changes are reflected in these Estimates:

  • The Minister of Science was designated the appropriate Minister for the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council and the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council for the purposes of the Financial Administration Act (Orders in Council P.C. 2017-0074 and 2017-0075).
  • The legal title of the following organization has been updated to correspond with the Financial Administration Act: Office of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner / Bureau du commissaire aux conflits d’intérêts et à l’éthique.

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

  • The Department of Natural Resources is amending Vote 1, Operating expenditures, to clarify that the authority to spend revenues applies to research products as well as research services.
  • The Office of the Auditor General is amending Vote 1, Program expenditures, for authority to spend revenues received from inquiries conducted under section 11 of the Auditor General Act.
  • The Privy Council Office is amending Vote 1, Program expenditures, for authority to make contribution payments.

Estimates by Organization

121 organizations are represented in the 2017–18 Estimates. Of these, 33 organizations have identified additional requirements as part of these Supplementary Estimates.

Table 5. Estimates by Organization (dollars)
Department, Agency or Crown corporation 2015–16 Expenditures 2016–17 Estimates to date Previous Estimates To Date These Supplementary Estimates Proposed Authorities
Budgetary
Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada
56,851,992 61,767,127 61,020,149 2,923,354 63,943,503
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency
301,608,968 335,515,951 311,544,944 0 311,544,944
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited
491,064,000 968,615,589 971,055,162 0 971,055,162
Canada Border Services Agency
1,796,293,231 1,873,071,807 1,761,696,236 217,594,682 1,979,290,918
Canada Council for the Arts
182,224,388 222,574,389 257,347,387 0 257,347,387
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
2,008,369,383 3,176,101,049 2,735,001,048 40,880,175 2,775,881,223
Canada Post Corporation
22,210,000 22,210,000 22,210,000 0 22,210,000
Canada Revenue Agency
4,146,987,294 4,154,416,887 4,162,899,574 0 4,162,899,574
Canada School of Public Service
92,152,131 83,244,944 77,577,537 0 77,577,537
Canadian Air Transport Security Authority
656,747,273 766,278,268 584,584,214 150,800,000 735,384,214
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
1,038,023,798 1,113,023,798 1,188,023,798 0 1,188,023,798
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
9,918,117 8,952,372 8,877,401 0 8,877,401
Canadian Commercial Corporation
8,880,000 3,510,000 0 0 0
Canadian Dairy Commission
3,723,258 3,599,617 3,599,617 0 3,599,617
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
29,216,302 41,857,579 34,093,234 0 34,093,234
Canadian Food Inspection Agency
749,362,527 805,369,511 704,649,594 35,804,930 740,454,524
Canadian Grain Commission
(21,209,143) 5,381,924 5,299,113 0 5,299,113
Canadian High Arctic Research Station
8,286,711 19,475,274 21,594,231 0 21,594,231
Canadian Human Rights Commission
22,352,154 22,149,172 21,823,120 0 21,823,120
Canadian Institutes of Health Research
1,026,378,153 1,082,620,669 1,085,600,973 0 1,085,600,973
Canadian Intergovernmental Conference Secretariat
5,270,551 5,974,970 5,924,659 0 5,924,659
Canadian Museum for Human Rights
21,700,000 33,604,000 24,865,000 0 24,865,000
Canadian Museum of History
83,587,255 77,746,477 71,600,477 0 71,600,477
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21
7,700,000 7,900,000 7,820,000 0 7,820,000
Canadian Museum of Nature
26,452,593 29,441,112 32,515,112 0 32,515,112
Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency
46,948,420 55,368,252 50,081,183 0 50,081,183
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
137,968,668 136,252,217 136,920,459 0 136,920,459
Canadian Polar Commission
1,287,927 0 0 0 0
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission
10,998,417 12,123,695 11,486,197 0 11,486,197
Canadian Security Intelligence Service
536,563,848 591,800,950 577,092,059 322,668 577,414,727
Canadian Space Agency
412,799,058 442,394,822 353,809,911 0 353,809,911
Canadian Tourism Commission
62,975,770 95,475,770 95,475,770 0 95,475,770
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board
30,032,490 29,788,652 29,416,554 0 29,416,554
Canadian Transportation Agency
28,254,232 27,792,087 30,914,166 0 30,914,166
Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
9,718,063 10,028,317 9,935,889 0 9,935,889
Communications Security Establishment
619,548,058 599,833,760 595,983,723 0 595,983,723
Copyright Board
2,828,705 3,111,724 3,074,729 0 3,074,729
Correctional Service of Canada
2,357,784,645 2,393,067,268 2,400,709,163 0 2,400,709,163
Courts Administration Service
72,294,670 74,587,450 75,247,699 0 75,247,699
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food
1,928,409,592 2,658,686,303 2,251,183,698 47,445,675 2,298,629,373
Department of Canadian Heritage
1,240,947,324 1,438,765,816 1,444,696,770 6,881,451 1,451,578,221
Department of Citizenship and Immigration
1,536,497,266 1,893,162,398 1,646,959,588 147,224,129 1,794,183,717
Department of Employment and Social Development
59,598,028,020 56,669,800,862 57,422,855,615 585,330,790 58,008,186,405
Department of Finance
87,007,312,159 88,770,777,432 90,143,611,301 0 90,143,611,301
Department of Fisheries and Oceans
2,172,797,935 2,590,355,242 2,200,956,928 375,361,801 2,576,318,729
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development
5,996,852,566 6,475,378,999 6,002,126,067 19,014,581 6,021,140,648
Department of Health
3,881,132,152 4,187,200,422 4,268,361,008 62,464,234 4,330,825,242
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
7,955,294,666 9,448,144,605 10,056,790,513 719,650,570 10,776,441,083
Department of Industry
1,169,834,497 2,181,409,853 2,590,906,146 25,084,322 2,615,990,468
Department of Justice
683,219,807 702,439,529 656,159,656 45,893,725 702,053,381
Department of National Defence
18,666,073,243 18,908,344,554 18,662,067,234 0 18,662,067,234
Department of Natural Resources
1,335,178,669 1,715,246,121 1,339,946,450 8,703,709 1,348,650,159
Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
406,782,727 1,166,257,907 1,052,593,859 4,495,865 1,057,089,724
Department of Public Works and Government Services
2,833,315,710 3,382,648,077 3,694,082,184 0 3,694,082,184
Department of the Environment
950,927,395 1,019,967,760 987,274,415 24,121,068 1,011,395,483
Department of Transport
1,569,127,062 1,438,600,718 1,302,832,549 55,160,120 1,357,992,669
Department of Veterans Affairs
3,595,034,204 3,893,092,359 4,691,399,582 0 4,691,399,582
Department of Western Economic Diversification
155,691,374 202,518,546 199,619,059 11,936,079 211,555,138
Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec
259,197,000 318,559,941 303,816,469 0 303,816,469
Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario
189,797,295 256,647,852 269,348,649 0 269,348,649
Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada
54,952,391 57,257,062 51,225,553 0 51,225,553
House of Commons
424,331,368 486,252,497 476,074,400 0 476,074,400
Immigration and Refugee Board
112,397,173 120,273,101 127,083,870 3,646,399 130,730,269
Indian Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation Commission
5,981,933 0 0 0 0
International Development Research Centre
183,478,242 149,205,625 138,705,625 0 138,705,625
International Joint Commission (Canadian Section)
6,618,723 7,047,067 10,049,693 0 10,049,693
Library and Archives of Canada
91,451,612 118,013,156 115,219,215 0 115,219,215
Library of Parliament
41,618,624 43,071,239 47,757,497 0 47,757,497
Marine Atlantic Inc.
350,859,000 146,222,000 76,545,000 134,920,000 211,465,000
Military Grievances External Review Committee
6,251,598 6,753,945 6,722,826 0 6,722,826
Military Police Complaints Commission
5,407,239 4,685,311 4,638,300 0 4,638,300
National Arts Centre Corporation
54,897,056 135,309,431 140,034,681 0 140,034,681
National Capital Commission
91,009,322 90,127,294 91,895,250 0 91,895,250
National Energy Board
82,396,568 90,251,802 79,839,985 5,831,861 85,671,846
National Film Board
59,921,189 63,394,820 74,375,345 0 74,375,345
National Gallery of Canada
45,776,761 46,078,410 54,203,410 0 54,203,410
National Museum of Science and Technology
59,600,577 108,172,776 144,527,796 0 144,527,796
National Research Council of Canada
945,077,595 1,119,755,105 1,000,352,234 71,847,723 1,072,199,957
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council
1,115,653,194 1,193,339,050 1,207,030,145 0 1,207,030,145
Northern Pipeline Agency
456,055 751,835 494,830 0 494,830
Office of Infrastructure of Canada
3,190,441,756 5,313,890,780 7,011,663,801 0 7,011,663,801
Office of the Auditor General
77,683,076 78,533,732 77,501,971 1 77,501,972
Office of the Chief Electoral Officer
486,406,354 98,535,261 112,207,990 0 112,207,990
Office of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs
543,426,832 558,276,513 571,877,585 0 571,877,585
Office of the Commissioner of Lobbying
4,377,457 4,462,686 4,424,639 0 4,424,639
Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages
20,230,031 20,891,619 20,729,984 0 20,729,984
Office of the Communications Security Establishment Commissioner
2,034,877 2,125,377 2,109,216 0 2,109,216
Office of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner
5,758,138 6,970,653 6,901,551 0 6,901,551
Office of the Co-ordinator, Status of Women
29,542,401 35,916,924 37,977,421 0 37,977,421
Office of the Correctional Investigator of Canada
4,570,147 4,664,536 4,615,504 0 4,615,504
Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions
172,124,586 185,665,457 181,426,829 0 181,426,829
Office of the Governor General’s Secretary
22,318,092 23,145,434 22,744,010 0 22,744,010
Office of the Public Sector Integrity Commissioner
4,453,557 5,462,474 5,441,381 0 5,441,381
Office of the Senate Ethics Officer
766,289 1,171,300 1,232,127 0 1,232,127
Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions
144,218,577 149,703,956 150,160,327 0 150,160,327
Offices of the Information and Privacy Commissioners of Canada
35,019,651 39,161,751 35,538,976 0 35,538,976
Parks Canada Agency
1,036,130,407 1,279,714,066 1,388,903,070 38,532,509 1,427,435,579
Parliamentary Protective Service
50,470,931 71,408,562 68,262,800 3,694,862 71,957,662
Parole Board of Canada
46,330,939 46,789,956 46,263,971 0 46,263,971
Patented Medicine Prices Review Board
9,498,361 10,965,108 10,866,321 0 10,866,321
PPP Canada Inc.
11,800,000 279,500,000 279,500,000 0 279,500,000
Privy Council Office
123,119,021 160,879,376 144,874,555 34,420,247 179,294,802
Public Health Agency of Canada
573,080,141 584,163,196 571,934,931 15,400,000 587,334,931
Public Service Commission
72,609,706 83,855,064 83,510,933 0 83,510,933
Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada
32,339,748 34,348,521 34,882,922 0 34,882,922
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
2,856,227,571 2,988,349,661 2,882,558,840 0 2,882,558,840
Royal Canadian Mounted Police External Review Committee
1,517,969 1,554,862 945,510 0 945,510
Security Intelligence Review Committee
2,869,475 7,146,808 5,021,346 2,000,000 7,021,346
Senate
74,572,094 90,115,308 103,874,365 0 103,874,365
Shared Services Canada
1,504,443,770 1,860,873,134 1,725,545,040 0 1,725,545,040
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
720,292,139 777,751,229 779,243,856 0 779,243,856
Standards Council of Canada
10,194,937 10,274,000 10,706,000 0 10,706,000
Statistics Canada
517,560,565 747,824,384 471,050,210 0 471,050,210
Telefilm Canada
95,453,551 97,453,551 100,453,551 0 100,453,551
The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited
20,119,299 41,781,864 22,885,386 0 22,885,386
The Jacques-Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc.
247,328,089 367,525,000 331,777,000 0 331,777,000
The National Battlefields Commission
13,500,346 8,687,714 9,713,927 0 9,713,927
Treasury Board Secretariat
4,127,888,742 7,381,207,499 6,541,861,364 651,634,876 7,193,496,240
Veterans Review and Appeal Board
11,002,365 10,921,149 10,790,952 0 10,790,952
VIA Rail Canada Inc.
365,500,460 425,450,000 221,004,897 235,397,834 456,402,731
Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority
138,500,000 569,181,753 258,916,050 0 258,916,050
Total Budgetary 241,379,463,237 257,166,294,490 257,917,634,586 3,784,420,240 261,702,054,826
Non-budgetary
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
(177,166,331) (644,314,000) (644,790,000) 625,000,000 (19,790,000)
Canadian Dairy Commission
31,338,616 0 0 0 0
Correctional Service of Canada
165 0 0 0 0
Department of Citizenship and Immigration
3,721,648 0 0 0 0
Department of Employment and Social Development
817,148,156 549,150,322 358,762,888 0 358,762,888
Department of Finance
54,811,893,118 0 0 0 0
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development
51,896,413 3,098,451 39,860,001 0 39,860,001
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
37,961,677 56,303,000 25,903,001 30,400,000 56,303,001
Department of Industry
0 800,000 800,000 0 800,000
Department of National Defence
2,628,008 0 0 0 0
Department of Public Works and Government Services
9,721,866 0 0 0 0
Department of Veterans Affairs
(3,716) 0 0 0 0
Total Non-budgetary 55,589,139,620 (34,962,227) (219,464,110) 655,400,000 435,935,890

Horizontal Items

The items listed in this table are horizontal initiatives and other jointly funded items. Both types of horizontal item involve two or more organizations with a formal funding agreement (e.g. Memorandum to Cabinet or Treasury Board submission). Through horizontal initiatives, the organizations work in partnership toward the achievement of shared outcomes. In jointly funded items, organizations receive incremental funding, and each independently contributes to the realization of the stated objective(s).

Additional details of these initiatives are available on-line.

Table 6. Horizontal Items (dollars)
Organization Amount
Funding for the Oceans Protection Plan to improve marine safety and protect Canada’s marine environment
This funding will be used to develop and implement comprehensive plans to make navigation in Canadian waters safer and to protect Canada’s coastlines and waterways. Supported activities include: expanding the availability of local, real-time marine traffic information; strengthening radar capacity and marine communications and traffic services centres; providing more detailed marine weather forecasts and navigational information; increasing the federal on-water presence, emergency response and towing capacity; conducting research on oil spills, response measures and clean-up; increasing engagement of Indigenous communities in the marine safety system; and expanding the Coast Guard Auxiliary.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans
145,514,178
Department of Natural Resources
1,104,024
Department of the Environment
11,613,308
Department of Transport
50,853,797
Total Statutory 12,623,152
Total 221,708,459
Funding to support the targeted admission of 300,000 immigrants under the 2017 Immigration Levels Plan
This funding will assist in welcoming a total of 300,000 immigrants to Canada for the 2017 calendar year. The activities include processing claims from intake to final decision, delivering health care to refugees, providing settlement and resettlement services, expanding Canada’s immigration presence abroad, upgrading the Express Entry system and implementing the Global Skills Strategy.
Canada Border Services Agency
41,612,930
Department of Citizenship and Immigration
140,134,646
Immigration and Refugee Board
3,226,219
Total Statutory 10,818,806
Total 195,792,601
Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2017)
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 help vulnerable youth develop the skills they need to find work or go back to school, create new green jobs for youth, and increase job opportunities in the heritage sector.
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
4,080,175
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food
2,562,955
Department of Canadian Heritage
6,840,051
Department of Employment and Social Development
54,646,116
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
38,506,552
Department of Natural Resources
7,476,851
Department of the Environment
11,260,800
National Research Council of Canada
10,000,000
Parks Canada Agency
10,952,350
Total Statutory 523,605
Total 146,849,455
Funding to support infrastructure and programs for Indigenous early learning and child care (Budget 2016)
The federal government supports Indigenous child care and early childhood development through the First Nations and Inuit Child Care Initiative, Aboriginal Head Start on Reserve and Aboriginal Head Start in Urban and Northern Communities. The funding for these three programs will be used to repair and renovate existing child care facilities and equipment as well as to train child care staff and support the operational needs of child care facilities.
Department of Employment and Social Development
45,898,539
Department of Health
37,997,021
Public Health Agency of Canada
15,400,000
Total Statutory 511,826
Total 99,807,386
Funding to maintain critical food safety activities (Budget 2017)
This funding will support continued food safety activities, such as inspection and prevention, and health risk assessment related to Listeria in non-meat products. The funding will also support core training for food safety inspectors and enhanced testing for faster identification of food safety hazards to improve overall food safety oversight of both meat and non-meat products.
Canadian Food Inspection Agency
3,810,709
Department of Health
609,949
Total Statutory 585,678
Total 5,006,336
Funding to explore options for the potential deployment of a public safety broadband network in Canada (Budget 2015)
Communications tools currently used by fire, police and ambulance services in Canada limit their ability to exchange information with one another and to communicate across jurisdictions during an emergency. This funding will support consultations with the provinces, territories, municipalities, and public safety stakeholders on potential implementation models for a high-speed wireless data communications network dedicated to emergency management. Such a network could improve the ability of first responders to communicate effectively during an emergency.
Department of Industry
600,000
Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
2,400,000
Total 3,000,000
Funding for national security reviews of foreign investments (Budget 2017)
The Investment Canada Act provides for the review of investments in Canada by non-Canadians that could be injurious to national security. The reviews apply to both the establishment of new businesses and the acquisition of existing ones. This funding will support the screening of foreign investments as well as national security reviews ordered by the Governor-in-Council.
Canadian Security Intelligence Service
275,157
Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
735,208
Total Statutory 150,469
Total 1,160,834

Detail by Organization

Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada

Table 1. Organization Summary (dollars) - Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Program expenditures
52,628,925 0 2,656,949 55,285,874
Total Voted 52,628,925 0 2,656,949 55,285,874
Total Statutory 8,391,224 0 266,405 8,657,629
Total Budgetary Expenditures 61,020,149 0 2,923,354 63,943,503
Table 2. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding for the Specific Claims Tribunal Canada (Budget 2017)
Vote 1a 2,656,949
Total Voted Appropriations 2,656,949
Total Statutory Appropriations 266,405
Total Budgetary 2,923,354

Canada Border Services Agency

Table 3. Organization Summary (dollars) - Canada Border Services Agency
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Operating expenditures
1,388,555,431 0 198,962,446 1,587,517,877
5a Capital expenditures
202,466,241 0 5,431,431 207,897,672
Total Voted 1,591,021,672 0 204,393,877 1,795,415,549
Total Statutory 170,674,564 0 13,200,805 183,875,369
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,761,696,236 0 217,594,682 1,979,290,918
Table 4. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding to maintain the integrity of Canada’s border operations
Vote 1a 162,780,947
Funding to support the targeted admission of 300,000 immigrants under the 2017 Immigration Levels Plan (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 36,181,499
Vote 5a 5,431,431
Total 41,612,930
Total Voted Appropriations 204,393,877
Total Statutory Appropriations 13,200,805
Total Budgetary 217,594,682

Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

Table 5. Organization Summary (dollars) - Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Reimbursement under the provisions of the National Housing Act and the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation Act
2,735,001,048 0 40,880,175 2,775,881,223
Total Budgetary Expenditures 2,735,001,048 0 40,880,175 2,775,881,223
Non-Budgetary
Total Statutory (644,790,000) 0 625,000,000 (19,790,000)
Total Non-Budgetary Expenditures (644,790,000) 0 625,000,000 (19,790,000)
Table 6. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding for the Affordable Rental Housing Financing Initiative (Budget 2016)
Vote 1a 36,800,000
Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2017) (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 4,080,175
Total Voted Appropriations 40,880,175
Total Budgetary 40,880,175
Non-Budgetary
Total Statutory Appropriations 625,000,000
Total Non-Budgetary 625,000,000

Canadian Air Transport Security Authority

Table 7. Organization Summary (dollars) - Canadian Air Transport Security Authority
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Payments to the Authority for operating and capital expenditures
584,584,214 0 150,800,000 735,384,214
Total Budgetary Expenditures 584,584,214 0 150,800,000 735,384,214
Table 8. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding for enhanced Non-Passenger Screening (Budget 2017)
Vote 1a 131,892,868
Funding for Pre-Board Screening (Budget 2017)
Vote 1a 18,907,132
Total Voted Appropriations 150,800,000
Total Budgetary 150,800,000

Canadian Food Inspection Agency

Table 9. Organization Summary (dollars) - Canadian Food Inspection Agency
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Operating expenditures and contributions
525,744,799 0 30,858,352 556,603,151
5a Capital expenditures
49,256,401 0 534,343 49,790,744
Total Voted 575,001,200 0 31,392,695 606,393,895
Total Statutory 129,648,394 0 4,412,235 134,060,629
Total Budgetary Expenditures 704,649,594 0 35,804,930 740,454,524
Table 10. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding to maintain critical food safety activities to prevent, detect and respond to foodborne illness outbreaks (Budget 2017)
Vote 1a 12,316,991
Vote 5a 189,000
Total 12,505,991
Funding to maintain daily shift presence in federally registered meat processing establishments (Budget 2017)
Vote 1a 10,667,926
Vote 5a 83,314
Total 10,751,240
Funding to maintain the Canadian Food Inspection Agency’s Inspection Verification Office (Budget 2017)
Vote 1a 4,324,755
Funding to maintain critical food safety activities (Budget 2017) (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 3,548,680
Vote 5a 262,029
Total 3,810,709
Total Voted Appropriations 31,392,695
Total Statutory Appropriations 4,412,235
Total Budgetary 35,804,930

Canadian Security Intelligence Service

Table 11. Organization Summary (dollars) - Canadian Security Intelligence Service
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Program expenditures
526,615,028 0 275,157 526,890,185
Total Voted 526,615,028 0 275,157 526,890,185
Total Statutory 50,477,031 0 47,511 50,524,542
Total Budgetary Expenditures 577,092,059 0 322,668 577,414,727
Table 12. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding for national security reviews of foreign investments (Budget 2017) (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 275,157
Total Voted Appropriations 275,157
Total Statutory Appropriations 47,511
Total Budgetary 322,668

Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food

Table 13. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Operating expenditures
535,624,241 0 6,175,775 541,800,016
5a Capital expenditures
74,339,571 0 650,000 74,989,571
10a Grants and contributions
335,932,000 0 39,950,000 375,882,000
Total Voted 945,895,812 0 46,775,775 992,671,587
Total Statutory 1,305,287,886 0 669,900 1,305,957,786
Total Budgetary Expenditures 2,251,183,698 0 47,445,675 2,298,629,373
Table 14. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding to implement the Dairy Farm Investment Program and the Dairy Processing Investment Fund
Vote 1a 5,962,820
Vote 5a 650,000
Vote 10a 37,600,000
Total 44,212,820
Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2017) (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 212,955
Vote 10a 2,350,000
Total 2,562,955
Total Voted Appropriations 46,775,775
Total Statutory Appropriations 669,900
Total Budgetary 47,445,675
Table 15. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Contributions
Contributions to support Investments in the Dairy Sector
0 37,600,000 37,600,000
Contributions under the Career Focus program – Youth Employment Strategy
864,000 2,350,000 3,214,000

Department of Canadian Heritage

Table 16. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Canadian Heritage
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Operating expenditures
208,821,920 0 262,951 209,084,871
5a Grants and contributions
1,210,058,005 0 6,577,100 1,216,635,105
Total Voted 1,418,879,925 0 6,840,051 1,425,719,976
Total Statutory 25,816,845 0 41,400 25,858,245
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,444,696,770 0 6,881,451 1,451,578,221
Table 17. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2017) (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 262,951
Vote 5a 6,577,100
Total 6,840,051
Total Voted Appropriations 6,840,051
Total Statutory Appropriations 41,400
Total Budgetary 6,881,451
Table 18. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Contributions
Contributions under the Museums Assistance Program
11,076,284 5,537,100 16,613,384
Contributions in support of the Development of Official-Language Communities Program
201,849,017 520,000 202,369,017
Contributions in support of the Enhancement of Official Languages Program
105,923,289 520,000 106,443,289

Department of Citizenship and Immigration

Table 19. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Citizenship and Immigration
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Operating expenditures
545,294,901 0 75,135,757 620,430,658
5a Capital expenditures
23,756,038 0 4,119,500 27,875,538
10a Grants and contributions
1,170,171,545 0 60,879,389 1,231,050,934
Total Voted 1,739,222,484 0 140,134,646 1,879,357,130
Total Statutory (92,262,896) 0 7,089,483 (85,173,413)
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,646,959,588 0 147,224,129 1,794,183,717
Table 20. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding to support the targeted admission of 300,000 immigrants under the 2017 Immigration Levels Plan (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 75,135,757
Vote 5a 4,119,500
Vote 10a 60,879,389
Total 140,134,646
Total Voted Appropriations 140,134,646
Total Statutory Appropriations 7,089,483
Total Budgetary 147,224,129
Table 21. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Contributions
Settlement Program
701,528,602 39,660,628 741,189,230
Resettlement Assistance
85,625,943 21,218,761 106,844,704

Department of Employment and Social Development

Table 22. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Employment and Social Development
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Operating expenditures
576,846,158 0 4,197,739 581,043,897
5a Grants and contributions
1,846,494,791 0 580,429,054 2,426,923,845
Total Voted 2,423,340,949 0 584,626,793 3,007,967,742
Total Statutory 54,999,514,666 0 703,997 55,000,218,663
Total Budgetary Expenditures 57,422,855,615 0 585,330,790 58,008,186,405
Non-Budgetary
Total Statutory 358,762,888 0 0 358,762,888
Total Non-Budgetary Expenditures 358,762,888 0 0 358,762,888
Table 23. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding for transfer agreements with provinces and territories to support early learning and child care (Budget 2016)
Vote 1a 290,507
Vote 5a 399,669,692
Total 399,960,199
Funding for Labour Market Transfer Agreements (Budget 2017)
Vote 5a 75,000,000
Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2017) (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 1,046,116
Vote 5a 53,600,000
Total 54,646,116
Funding to support infrastructure and programs for Indigenous early learning and child care (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 1,539,177
Vote 5a 44,359,362
Total 45,898,539
Funding for the Union Training and Innovation Program (Budget 2016)
Vote 1a 1,321,939
Vote 5a 7,800,000
Total 9,121,939
Total Voted Appropriations 584,626,793
Total Statutory Appropriations 703,997
Total Budgetary 585,330,790
Table 24. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants
Grant for the Union Training and Innovation Program
0 780,000 780,000
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
677,223,000 97,959,362 775,182,362
Contributions to provincial/territorial governments, band councils, tribal councils, Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy agreement holders, municipal governments, not-for-profit organizations, professional associations, business and private sector organizations, consortia, industry groups, unions, regulatory bodies, ad-hoc associations, public health institutions, school boards, universities, colleges, CEGEPs, sector councils, and cross-sectoral councils to support enhanced productivity and competitiveness of Canadian workplaces by supporting investment in and recognition and utilization of skills
43,240,013 7,020,000 50,260,013
Other Transfer Payments
Payments to provinces and territories for the purpose of Early Learning and Child Care
0 399,669,692 399,669,692
Workforce Development Agreement
722,000,000 75,000,000 797,000,000

Department of Fisheries and Oceans

Table 25. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Fisheries and Oceans
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Operating expenditures
1,258,375,596 0 215,272,236 1,473,647,832
5a Capital expenditures
751,805,774 0 79,887,440 831,693,214
10a Grants and contributions
70,969,884 0 64,265,647 135,235,531
Total Voted 2,081,151,254 0 359,425,323 2,440,576,577
Total Statutory 119,805,674 0 15,936,478 135,742,152
Total Budgetary Expenditures 2,200,956,928 0 375,361,801 2,576,318,729
Table 26. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding to maintain mission-critical services to Canadians
Vote 1a 126,576,776
Vote 5a 40,105,009
Total 166,681,785
Funding for the Oceans Protection Plan to improve marine safety and protect Canada’s marine environment (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 80,935,167
Vote 5a 39,782,431
Vote 10a 24,796,580
Total 145,514,178
Funding for the renewal of Atlantic and Pacific Commercial Fisheries Initiatives (Budget 2017)
Vote 1a 7,760,293
Vote 10a 24,469,067
Total 32,229,360
Funding to support negotiations on fisheries and marine matters
Vote 10a 15,000,000
Total Voted Appropriations 359,425,323
Total Statutory Appropriations 15,936,478
Total Budgetary 375,361,801
Table 27. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Contributions
Contributions to support increased Aboriginal participation in commercial fisheries, cooperative fisheries management arrangements and consultations respecting Aboriginal fisheries agreements
27,002,530 39,469,067 66,471,597
Coastal Restoration Fund
0 15,000,000 15,000,000
Ocean and Freshwater Science Contribution Program
5,220,000 6,260,000 11,480,000
Contribution to Support Establishment and Management of Conservation Measures
495,000 1,970,000 2,465,000
Indigenous Community-Boat Volunteer Program
750,000 1,000,000 1,750,000
Contribution agreements to permit the Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary (CCGA) Associations to carry out authorized activities related to maritime Search and Rescue (SAR) operations, SAR prevention and other safety related activities
6,021,000 300,000 6,321,000
Training and Exercising Participation and Funding Contribution Program
0 166,580 166,580
Contributions to support the Small Craft Harbours Class Contribution Program
500,000 100,000 600,000

Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development

Table 28. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Operating expenditures
1,557,659,937 0 18,214,402 1,575,874,339
5 Capital expenditures
106,313,014 0 0 106,313,014
10 Grants and contributions
3,903,486,753 0 0 3,903,486,753
15 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
66,273,000 0 0 66,273,000
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 5,633,732,705 0 18,214,402 5,651,947,107
Total Statutory 368,393,362 0 800,179 369,193,541
Total Budgetary Expenditures 6,002,126,067 0 19,014,581 6,021,140,648
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 39,860,000 0 0 39,860,000
Total Non-Budgetary Expenditures 39,860,001 0 0 39,860,001
Table 29. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding to create a new departmental corporation called Investment Promotion Canada and to increase the number of trade commissioners dedicated to investment attraction abroad, aimed at increasing foreign direct investment in Canada
Vote 1a 18,214,402
Total Voted Appropriations 18,214,402
Total Statutory Appropriations 800,179
Total Budgetary 19,014,581

Department of Health

Table 30. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Health
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Operating expenditures
1,943,584,804 0 13,146,424 1,956,731,228
5a Capital expenditures
37,230,214 0 310,000 37,540,214
10a Contributions
2,116,553,920 0 48,315,710 2,164,869,630
Total Voted 4,097,368,938 0 61,772,134 4,159,141,072
Total Statutory 170,992,070 0 692,100 171,684,170
Total Budgetary Expenditures 4,268,361,008 0 62,464,234 4,330,825,242
Table 31. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding to support infrastructure and programs for Indigenous early learning and child care (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 1,313,511
Vote 10a 36,683,510
Total 37,997,021
Funding for Jordan’s Principle interim reforms which will increase social and health services for First Nations children
Vote 1a 6,095,570
Vote 10a 11,632,200
Total 17,727,770
Funding for a new federal regime to address the benefits and harms of vaping products
Vote 1a 5,127,394
Vote 5a 310,000
Total 5,437,394
Funding to maintain critical food safety activities (Budget 2017) (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 609,949
Total Voted Appropriations 61,772,134
Total Statutory Appropriations 692,100
Total Budgetary 62,464,234
Table 32. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Contributions
Contributions for First Nations and Inuit Health Infrastructure Support
752,465,894 35,416,510 787,882,404
Contributions for First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care
802,295,540 12,899,200 815,194,740

Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development

Table 33. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Operating expenditures
892,342,724 0 19,831,837 912,174,561
5 Capital expenditures
44,496,010 0 0 44,496,010
10a Grants and contributions
8,966,692,676 0 699,089,958 9,665,782,634
Total Voted 9,903,531,410 0 718,921,795 10,622,453,205
Total Statutory 153,259,103 0 728,775 153,987,878
Total Budgetary Expenditures 10,056,790,513 0 719,650,570 10,776,441,083
Non-Budgetary
Voted
L15 Loans to native claimants
25,903,000 0 0 25,903,000
L20a Loans to First Nations in British Columbia
1 0 30,400,000 30,400,001
Total Non-Budgetary Expenditures 25,903,001 0 30,400,000 56,303,001
Table 34. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding for specific claims settlements
Vote 10a 446,525,338
Funding for Operation Return Home: Manitoba Interlake Flood Remediation and Settlement
Vote 10a 174,679,223
Funding for First Nation communities and organizations to deliver the on-reserve Income Assistance program (Budget 2017)
Vote 10a 39,200,000
Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2017) (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 1,821,155
Vote 10a 36,685,397
Total 38,506,552
Funding for the Specific Claims Program (Budget 2017)
Vote 1a 18,010,682
Vote 10a 2,000,000
Total 20,010,682
Total Voted Appropriations 718,921,795
Total Statutory Appropriations 728,775
Transfers
Internal Transfers
Internal reallocation of resources from contributions to grants ($7,961,000) for the incremental land claim implementation and self-government funding for the Tlicho Government
Vote 10a 0
Internal reallocation of resources from contributions to Grants to First Nations to settle specific and special claims negotiated by Canada and/or awarded by the Specific Claims Tribunal ($1,997,304) for Operation Return Home: Manitoba Interlake Flood Remediation and Settlement
Vote 10a 0
Total Transfers 0
Total Budgetary 719,650,570
Non-Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding for loans to support participation in the British Columbia treaty process
Vote L20a 30,400,000
Total Voted Appropriations 30,400,000
Total Non-Budgetary 30,400,000
Table 35. 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
920,692,361 512,081,581 1,432,773,942
Grants to implement comprehensive land claims and self-government agreements
498,302,311 7,961,000 506,263,311
Contributions
Contributions to support the construction and maintenance of community infrastructure
2,149,035,493 109,122,980 2,258,158,473
Contributions to provide income support to on-reserve residents
1,031,377,987 39,200,000 1,070,577,987
Contributions to increase First Nations and Inuit Youth Participation in Education and Labour Market Opportunities
41,376,000 36,685,397 78,061,397

Department of Industry

Table 36. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Industry
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Operating expenditures
356,511,722 0 1,288,806 357,800,528
5a Capital expenditures
11,234,609 0 4,795,516 16,030,125
10a Grants and contributions
2,038,304,873 0 19,000,000 2,057,304,873
Total Voted 2,406,051,204 0 25,084,322 2,431,135,526
Total Statutory 184,854,942 0 0 184,854,942
Total Budgetary Expenditures 2,590,906,146 0 25,084,322 2,615,990,468
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 37. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding for Canadian Institute for Advanced Research (Budget 2017)
Vote 10a 7,000,000
Funding for Futurpreneur Canada (Budget 2017)
Vote 10a 7,000,000
Funding to maintain and upgrade federal infrastructure assets
Vote 1a 688,806
Vote 5a 4,795,516
Total 5,484,322
Funding for a contribution to the University of Waterloo for the Institute for Quantum Computing (Budget 2017)
Vote 10a 5,000,000
Funding to explore options for the potential deployment of a public safety broadband network in Canada (Budget 2015) (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 600,000
Total Voted Appropriations 25,084,322
Transfers
Internal Transfers
Internal reallocation of resources from the Grants: Radio Advisory Board of Canada ($4,723,000) and the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development ($250,000) to the Grants: International Telecommunication Union, Geneva, Switzerland ($4,508,000) and the Internal Trade Secretariat Corporation ($465,000)
Vote 10a 0
Internal reallocation of resources from contributions ($750,000) to the International Telecommunication Union, Geneva, Switzerland grant to address currency fluctuations
Vote 10a 0
Total Transfers 0
Total Budgetary 25,084,322
Table 38. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants
Grant to the International Telecommunication Union, Geneva, Switzerland
300,000 5,258,000 5,558,000
Grant to the Internal Trade Secretariat Corporation
85,000 465,000 550,000
Contributions
Contributions to Futurpreneur Canada
0 7,000,000 7,000,000
Contributions to the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research
0 7,000,000 7,000,000
Contributions to the University of Waterloo for the purpose of the Institute for Quantum Computing
0 5,000,000 5,000,000

Department of Justice

Table 39. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Justice
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Operating expenditures
234,300,919 0 5,122,201 239,423,120
5a Grants and contributions
350,315,319 0 40,000,000 390,315,319
Total Voted 584,616,238 0 45,122,201 629,738,439
Total Statutory 71,543,418 0 771,524 72,314,942
Total Budgetary Expenditures 656,159,656 0 45,893,725 702,053,381
Table 40. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding for federal support of the Canadian family justice system (Budget 2017)
Vote 1a 4,088,237
Vote 5a 16,000,000
Total 20,088,237
Funding for immigration and refugee legal aid (Budget 2017)
Vote 5a 14,200,000
Funding for the Indigenous Justice Program (Budget 2017)
Vote 1a 1,033,964
Vote 5a 9,800,000
Total 10,833,964
Total Voted Appropriations 45,122,201
Total Statutory Appropriations 771,524
Total Budgetary 45,893,725
Table 41. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants
Grants under the Indigenous Justice Program Fund
0 50,000 50,000
Contributions
Contributions in support of the Canadian Family Justice Fund
0 16,000,000 16,000,000
Contributions to the provinces to assist in the operation of immigration and refugee legal aid
0 14,200,000 14,200,000
Contributions under the Indigenous Justice Program Fund
2,900,000 9,750,000 12,650,000

Department of Natural Resources

Table 42. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Natural Resources
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Operating expenditures
496,759,758 (949,000) 1,580,875 497,391,633
5 Capital expenditures
55,781,300 0 0 55,781,300
10a Grants and contributions
324,921,046 949,000 7,000,000 332,870,046
Total Voted 877,462,104 0 8,580,875 886,042,979
Total Statutory 462,484,346 0 122,834 462,607,180
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,339,946,450 0 8,703,709 1,348,650,159
Table 43. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2017) (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 476,851
Vote 10a 7,000,000
Total 7,476,851
Funding for the Oceans Protection Plan to improve marine safety and protect Canada’s marine environment (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 1,104,024
Total Voted Appropriations 8,580,875
Total Statutory Appropriations 122,834
Transfers
Internal Transfers
Internal reallocation of resources from operating ($949,000) and contributions ($66,000) to Grants in support of organizations associated with the research, development and promotion of activities that contribute to departmental objectives ($1,015,000)
Vote 1a (949,000)
Vote 10a 949,000
Total 0
Total Transfers 0
Total Budgetary 8,703,709
Table 44. 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
1,823,000 1,015,000 2,838,000
Contributions
Youth Employment Strategy
558,000 7,000,000 7,558,000

Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness

Table 45. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Operating expenditures
123,231,161 0 4,234,441 127,465,602
5a Grants and contributions
914,540,358 0 0 914,540,358
Total Voted 1,037,771,519 0 4,234,441 1,042,005,960
Total Statutory 14,822,340 0 261,424 15,083,764
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,052,593,859 0 4,495,865 1,057,089,724
Table 46. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding to explore options for the potential deployment of a public safety broadband network in Canada (Budget 2015) (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 2,400,000
Funding to enhance the resilience of critical infrastructure in Canada (Budget 2017)
Vote 1a 1,099,233
Funding for national security reviews of foreign investments (Budget 2017) (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 735,208
Total Voted Appropriations 4,234,441
Total Statutory Appropriations 261,424
Transfers
Internal Transfers
Internal reallocation of resources from Grants in support of the Safer Communities Initiative ($1,000,000) to support the grant entitled Grants to provincial partners for the National Flagging System to identify and track high-risk violent offenders who jeopardize public safety
Vote 5a 0
Total Transfers 0
Total Budgetary 4,495,865
Table 47. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants
Grants to provincial partners for the National Flagging System to identify and track high-risk violent offenders who jeopardize public safety
0 1,000,000 1,000,000

Department of the Environment

Table 48. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of the Environment
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Operating expenditures
700,976,667 0 11,484,108 712,460,775
5a Capital expenditures
82,361,087 0 250,000 82,611,087
10a Grants and contributions
119,485,748 0 11,140,000 130,625,748
Total Voted 902,823,502 0 22,874,108 925,697,610
Total Statutory 84,450,913 0 1,246,960 85,697,873
Total Budgetary Expenditures 987,274,415 0 24,121,068 1,011,395,483
Table 49. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding for the Oceans Protection Plan to improve marine safety and protect Canada’s marine environment (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 11,213,308
Vote 5a 250,000
Vote 10a 150,000
Total 11,613,308
Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2017) (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 270,800
Vote 10a 10,990,000
Total 11,260,800
Total Voted Appropriations 22,874,108
Total Statutory Appropriations 1,246,960
Total Budgetary 24,121,068
Table 50. 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 10,990,000 14,059,000
Contributions in support of Weather and Environmental Services for Canadians
2,981,150 150,000 3,131,150

Department of Transport

Table 51. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Transport
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Operating expenditures
596,606,256 0 40,968,956 637,575,212
5a Capital expenditures
138,591,900 0 500,000 139,091,900
10 Grants and contributions – Gateways and corridors
113,975,543 0 0 113,975,543
15 Grants and contributions – Transportation infrastructure
185,061,604 0 0 185,061,604
20a Grants and contributions – Other
37,739,369 0 9,384,841 47,124,210
Total Voted 1,071,974,672 0 50,853,797 1,122,828,469
Total Statutory 230,857,877 0 4,306,323 235,164,200
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,302,832,549 0 55,160,120 1,357,992,669
Table 52. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding for the Oceans Protection Plan to improve marine safety and protect Canada’s marine environment (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 40,968,956
Vote 5a 500,000
Vote 20a 9,384,841
Total 50,853,797
Total Voted Appropriations 50,853,797
Total Statutory Appropriations 4,306,323
Total Budgetary 55,160,120
Table 53. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants
Community Participation Funding Program
200,000 3,734,841 3,934,841
Program to Protect Canada’s Coastlines and Waterways
0 400,000 400,000
Contributions
Program to Protect Canada’s Coastlines and Waterways
0 5,250,000 5,250,000

Department of Western Economic Diversification

Table 54. Organization Summary (dollars) - Department of Western Economic Diversification
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Operating expenditures
34,394,598 0 251,070 34,645,668
5a Grants and contributions
161,523,000 0 11,635,409 173,158,409
Total Voted 195,917,598 0 11,886,479 207,804,077
Total Statutory 3,701,461 0 49,600 3,751,061
Total Budgetary Expenditures 199,619,059 0 11,936,079 211,555,138
Table 55. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding for the Drywall Anti-Dumping Duty Relief Program
Vote 1a 251,070
Vote 5a 11,635,409
Total 11,886,479
Total Voted Appropriations 11,886,479
Total Statutory Appropriations 49,600
Total Budgetary 11,936,079
Table 56. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants
Grants for the Western Diversification Program
5,000,000 11,635,409 16,635,409

Immigration and Refugee Board

Table 57. Organization Summary (dollars) - Immigration and Refugee Board
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Program expenditures
113,251,545 0 3,226,219 116,477,764
Total Voted 113,251,545 0 3,226,219 116,477,764
Total Statutory 13,832,325 0 420,180 14,252,505
Total Budgetary Expenditures 127,083,870 0 3,646,399 130,730,269
Table 58. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding to support the targeted admission of 300,000 immigrants under the 2017 Immigration Levels Plan (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 3,226,219
Total Voted Appropriations 3,226,219
Total Statutory Appropriations 420,180
Total Budgetary 3,646,399

Marine Atlantic Inc.

Table 59. Organization Summary (dollars) - Marine Atlantic Inc.
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Payments to the corporation
76,545,000 0 134,920,000 211,465,000
Total Budgetary Expenditures 76,545,000 0 134,920,000 211,465,000
Table 60. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding for ferry services between Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador (Budget 2017)
Vote 1a 134,920,000
Total Voted Appropriations 134,920,000
Total Budgetary 134,920,000

National Energy Board

Table 61. Organization Summary (dollars) - National Energy Board
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Program expenditures
72,478,474 0 4,925,980 77,404,454
Total Voted 72,478,474 0 4,925,980 77,404,454
Total Statutory 7,361,511 0 905,881 8,267,392
Total Budgetary Expenditures 79,839,985 0 5,831,861 85,671,846
Table 62. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding for pipeline safety lifecycle oversight (Budget 2017)
Vote 1a 4,427,356
Funding for communication and access to information capacity (Budget 2017)
Vote 1a 498,624
Total Voted Appropriations 4,925,980
Total Statutory Appropriations 905,881
Total Budgetary 5,831,861

National Research Council of Canada

Table 63. Organization Summary (dollars) - National Research Council of Canada
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Operating expenditures
349,138,111 0 52,378,832 401,516,943
5a Capital expenditures
90,392,058 0 2,247,723 92,639,781
10a Grants and contributions
353,335,834 0 10,000,000 363,335,834
Total Voted 792,866,003 0 64,626,555 857,492,558
Total Statutory 207,486,231 0 7,221,168 214,707,399
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,000,352,234 0 71,847,723 1,072,199,957
Table 64. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding to sustain operations at National Research Council of Canada (Budget 2017)
Vote 1a 52,378,832
Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2017) (horizontal item)
Vote 10a 10,000,000
Reinvestment of revenues from the sale or transfer of real property
Vote 5a 2,247,723
Total Voted Appropriations 64,626,555
Total Statutory Appropriations 7,221,168
Total Budgetary 71,847,723
Table 65. 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

Office of the Auditor General

Table 66. Organization Summary (dollars) - Office of the Auditor General
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Program expenditures
68,269,099 0 1 68,269,100
Total Voted 68,269,099 0 1 68,269,100
Total Statutory 9,232,872 0 0 9,232,872
Total Budgetary Expenditures 77,501,971 0 1 77,501,972
Table 67. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding to authorize the inclusion and adjustment of an authority embedded in vote wording
Vote 1a 1
Total Voted Appropriations 1
Total Budgetary 1

Parks Canada Agency

Table 68. Organization Summary (dollars) - Parks Canada Agency
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Program expenditures
1,258,090,149 0 38,364,509 1,296,454,658
5 Payments to the New Parks and Historic Sites Account
500,000 0 0 500,000
Total Voted 1,258,590,149 0 38,364,509 1,296,954,658
Total Statutory 130,312,921 0 168,000 130,480,921
Total Budgetary Expenditures 1,388,903,070 0 38,532,509 1,427,435,579
Table 69. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Payment in lieu of taxes recovery
Vote 1a 20,000,000
Funding for the Youth Employment Strategy (Budget 2017) (horizontal item)
Vote 1a 10,952,350
Funding to expand the national park and national marine conservation area systems
Vote 1a 7,412,159
Total Voted Appropriations 38,364,509
Total Statutory Appropriations 168,000
Total Budgetary 38,532,509
Table 70. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Grants
Grant to the Dehcho First Nations
0 3,000,000 3,000,000
Contributions
Contributions in support of activities or projects related to national parks, national marine conservation areas, national historic sites and historic canals
4,464,324 1,295,000 5,759,324

Parliamentary Protective Service

Table 71. Organization Summary (dollars) - Parliamentary Protective Service
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Program expenditures
62,100,000 0 3,272,189 65,372,189
Total Voted 62,100,000 0 3,272,189 65,372,189
Total Statutory 6,162,800 0 422,673 6,585,473
Total Budgetary Expenditures 68,262,800 0 3,694,862 71,957,662
Table 72. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding to support security on Parliament Hill
Vote 1a 3,272,189
Total Voted Appropriations 3,272,189
Total Statutory Appropriations 422,673
Total Budgetary 3,694,862

Privy Council Office

Table 73. Organization Summary (dollars) - Privy Council Office
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Program expenditures
129,915,146 0 33,132,276 163,047,422
Total Voted 129,915,146 0 33,132,276 163,047,422
Total Statutory 14,959,409 0 1,287,971 16,247,380
Total Budgetary Expenditures 144,874,555 0 34,420,247 179,294,802
Table 74. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding for the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls (Budget 2016)
Vote 1a 33,132,276
Total Voted Appropriations 33,132,276
Total Statutory Appropriations 1,287,971
Total Budgetary 34,420,247
Table 75. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Contributions
National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls
0 4,500,000 4,500,000

Public Health Agency of Canada

Table 76. Organization Summary (dollars) - Public Health Agency of Canada
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1 Operating expenditures
322,134,984 0 0 322,134,984
5 Capital expenditures
7,199,069 0 0 7,199,069
10a Grants and contributions
200,927,114 0 15,400,000 216,327,114
Total Voted 530,261,167 0 15,400,000 545,661,167
Total Statutory 41,673,764 0 0 41,673,764
Total Budgetary Expenditures 571,934,931 0 15,400,000 587,334,931
Table 77. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding to support infrastructure and programs for Indigenous early learning and child care (Budget 2016) (horizontal item)
Vote 10a 15,400,000
Total Voted Appropriations 15,400,000
Total Budgetary 15,400,000
Table 78. Listing of Transfer Payments (dollars)
  Estimates to Date These Supplementary Estimates Revised Estimates
Contributions
Contributions to incorporated local or regional non-profit Aboriginal organizations and institutions for the purpose of developing early intervention programs for Aboriginal pre-school children and their families
32,134,000 15,400,000 47,534,000

Security Intelligence Review Committee

Table 79. Organization Summary (dollars) - Security Intelligence Review Committee
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Program expenditures
4,476,578 0 2,000,000 6,476,578
Total Voted 4,476,578 0 2,000,000 6,476,578
Total Statutory 544,768 0 0 544,768
Total Budgetary Expenditures 5,021,346 0 2,000,000 7,021,346
Table 80. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding for Security Intelligence Review Committee’s relocation and modernization project
Vote 1a 2,000,000
Total Voted Appropriations 2,000,000
Total Budgetary 2,000,000

Treasury Board Secretariat

Table 81. Organization Summary (dollars) - Treasury Board Secretariat
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Program expenditures
222,912,616 0 26,392,686 249,305,302
5 Government Contingencies
750,000,000 0 0 750,000,000
10 Government-Wide Initiatives
3,193,000 0 0 3,193,000
20 Public Service Insurance
2,398,570,604 0 0 2,398,570,604
25 Operating Budget Carry Forward
1,600,000,000 0 0 1,600,000,000
30a Paylist Requirements
600,000,000 0 625,000,000 1,225,000,000
33 Capital Budget Carry Forward
600,000,000 0 0 600,000,000
Total Voted 6,174,676,220 0 651,392,686 6,826,068,906
Total Statutory 367,185,144 0 242,190 367,427,334
Total Budgetary Expenditures 6,541,861,364 0 651,634,876 7,193,496,240
Table 82. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Paylist requirements – Funding for adjustments made to terms and conditions of service or employment of the federal public administration
Vote 30a 625,000,000
Funding for the Back Office Transformation initiative
Vote 1a 24,800,000
Funding to support continued regulatory cooperation (Budget 2017)
Vote 1a 1,592,686
Total Voted Appropriations 651,392,686
Total Statutory Appropriations 242,190
Total Budgetary 651,634,876

VIA Rail Canada Inc.

Table 83. Organization Summary (dollars) - VIA Rail Canada Inc.
  Previous Estimates 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 – http://www.canada.ca/en/treasury-board-secretariat.html.

Budgetary
Voted
1a Payments to the Corporation
221,004,897 0 235,397,834 456,402,731
Total Budgetary Expenditures 221,004,897 0 235,397,834 456,402,731
Table 84. Explanation of Requirements (dollars)
  Vote No. Amount ($)
Budgetary
Voted Appropriations
Funding for national rail passenger transportation services (Budget 2017)
Vote 1a 235,397,834
Total Voted Appropriations 235,397,834
Total Budgetary 235,397,834

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, 2018)
Vote No. Items Amount ($)
ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNALS SUPPORT SERVICE OF CANADA
1a
  • Program expenditures
  • Authority to make recoverable expenditures in relation to the application of the Canada Pension Plan and the Employment Insurance Act
2,656,949
Total 2,656,949
CANADA MORTGAGE AND HOUSING CORPORATION
1a
  • Payments to reimburse the Corporation for the amounts of loans forgiven, grants, contributions and expenditures made, and losses, costs and expenses incurred:
    1. under the National Housing Act; or
    2. 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.
40,880,175
Total 40,880,175
CANADIAN AIR TRANSPORT SECURITY AUTHORITY
1a
  • Payments to the Authority for operating and capital expenditures
150,800,000
Total 150,800,000
CANADIAN FOOD INSPECTION AGENCY
1a
  • Operating expenditures
  • Contributions
30,858,352
5a
  • Capital expenditures
534,343
Total 31,392,695
CANADIAN SECURITY INTELLIGENCE SERVICE
1a
  • Program expenditures
275,157
Total 275,157
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND AGRI-FOOD
1a
  • 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:
    1. collaborative research agreements and research services;
    2. the grazing and breeding activities of the Community Pasture Program;
    3. the administration of the AgriStability program; and
    4. 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
6,175,775
5a
  • Capital expenditures
650,000
10a
  • The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
  • Contributions
39,950,000
Total 46,775,775
DEPARTMENT OF CANADIAN HERITAGE
1a
  • 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:
    1. the activities of the Canadian Conservation Institute, the Canadian Heritage Information Network and the Canadian Audio-Visual Certification Office;
    2. activities undertaken under the Capital Experience Program; and
    3. 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
262,951
5a
  • The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
  • Contributions
6,577,100
Total 6,840,051
DEPARTMENT OF CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION
1a
  • 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 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
75,135,757
5a
  • Capital expenditures
4,119,500
10a
  • The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
  • Contributions, including the provision of goods and services
60,879,389
Total 140,134,646
DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
1a
  • 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:
    1. the provision of Public Access Programs Sector services;
    2. the provision of services to assist provinces in the administration of provincial programs funded under Labour Market Development Agreements;
    3. the provision of services on behalf of other federal government departments;
    4. the provision of internal support services under section 29.2 of that Act;
    5. 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
    6. 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
4,197,739
5a
  • The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
  • Contributions
580,429,054
Total 584,626,793
DEPARTMENT OF FISHERIES AND OCEANS
1a
  • Operating expenditures
  • Canada’s share of expenses of the international fisheries commissions
  • Authority to provide free office 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:
    1. in the course of, or arising from, the activities of the Canadian Coast Guard; and
    2. 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
215,272,236
5a
  • 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
79,887,440
10a
  • The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
  • Contributions
64,265,647
Total 359,425,323
DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT
1a
  • 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
  • Authority to make 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:
    1. trade and education fairs;
    2. departmental publications; and
    3. the following services:
      1. training services provided by the Canadian Foreign Service Institute,
      2. trade missions and other international business development services,
      3. investment development services,
      4. international telecommunication services,
      5. other services provided abroad to other departments and to agencies, Crown corporations and non-federal organizations, and
      6. 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
18,214,402
Total 18,214,402
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
1a
  • 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:
    1. the provision of services or the sale of products related to health protection, regulatory activities and medical services; and
    2. 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
13,146,424
5a
  • Capital expenditures
310,000
10a
  • Contributions, in the form of monetary payments or the provision of goods or services
48,315,710
Total 61,772,134
DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT
1a
  • Operating expenditures
  • Expenditures on works, buildings and equipment
  • Authority to make 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
19,831,837
10a
  • The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
  • Contributions
699,089,958
L20a
  • Loans to First Nations in British Columbia for the purpose of supporting their participation in the British Columbia Treaty Commission process
30,400,000
Total 749,321,795
DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY
1a
  • 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:
    1. 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;
    2. activities and operations related to communications research at the Communications Research Centre;
    3. services and insolvency processes under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act at the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy;
    4. 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
    5. 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
1,288,806
5a
  • Capital expenditures
4,795,516
10a
  • The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
  • Contributions
19,000,000
Total 25,084,322
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
1a
  • 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:
    1. the provision of mandatory legal services to federal departments and agencies;
    2. the provision to Crown corporations, non-federal organizations and international organizations of optional legal services that are consistent with the Department’s mandate; and
    3. 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
5,122,201
5a
  • The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
  • Contributions
40,000,000
Total 45,122,201
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
1a
  • 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:
    1. the sale of forestry and information products;
    2. the issue of licences, permits and certificates under the Explosives Act and the Explosives Regulations, 2013;
    3. training and certification activities related to the Act and Regulations referred to in paragraph (b);
    4. research, consultation, testing, analysis and administration services and research products as part of the departmental operations; and
    5. 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
1,580,875
10a
  • The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
  • Contributions
7,000,000
Total 8,580,875
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
1a
  • 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 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
4,234,441
Total 4,234,441
DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT
1a
  • 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:
    1. research, analysis and scientific services;
    2. hydrometric surveys;
    3. regulatory services;
    4. monitoring services, including monitoring services with respect to the oil sands;
    5. entry fees;
    6. permits; and
    7. 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
11,484,108
5a
  • Capital expenditures
  • Authority to make payments to provinces and 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
250,000
10a
  • 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
11,140,000
Total 22,874,108
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT
1a
  • 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
40,968,956
5a
  • Capital expenditures
500,000
20a

Programs other than Gateways and corridors and Transportation infrastructure

  • The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
  • Contributions
9,384,841
Total 50,853,797
DEPARTMENT OF WESTERN ECONOMIC DIVERSIFICATION
1a
  • 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
251,070
5a
  • The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
  • Contributions
11,635,409
Total 11,886,479
IMMIGRATION AND REFUGEE BOARD
1a
  • Program expenditures
3,226,219
Total 3,226,219
MARINE ATLANTIC INC.
1a
  • Payments to the corporation in respect of the costs of its management
  • Payments to the corporation for capital expenditures
  • Payments to the corporation for transportation services, including the water transportation services between Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador and related vessels, terminals and infrastructure
134,920,000
Total 134,920,000
NATIONAL ENERGY BOARD
1a
  • Program expenditures
  • Contributions
4,925,980
Total 4,925,980
NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA
1a
  • Operating expenditures
52,378,832
5a
  • Capital expenditures
2,247,723
10a
  • 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 64,626,555
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL
1a
  • 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 related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year – revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from:
    1. the provision of audit professional services to members of the Canadian Council of Legislative Auditors; and
    2. the inquiries conducted under section 11 of the Auditor General Act.
1
Total 1
PARLIAMENTARY PROTECTIVE SERVICE
1a
  • Program expenditures
3,272,189
Total 3,272,189
PRIVY COUNCIL OFFICE
1a
  • Program expenditures, including
    1. operating expenditures of Commissions of Inquiry not otherwise provided for;
    2. contributions in respect of costs incurred by persons appearing before Commissions of Inquiry; and
    3. 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
33,132,276
Total 33,132,276
PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCY OF CANADA
10a
  • The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
  • Contributions
15,400,000
Total 15,400,000
SECURITY INTELLIGENCE REVIEW COMMITTEE
1a
  • Program expenditures
2,000,000
Total 2,000,000
TREASURY BOARD SECRETARIAT
1a
  • 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
26,392,686
30a

Paylist Requirements

  • Authority granted to the Treasury Board to supplement any other appropriation for the fiscal year for:
    1. requirements related to parental and maternity allowances;
    2. entitlements on cessation of service or employment; and
    3. adjustments that have not been provided from Vote 15, Compensation 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.
625,000,000
Total 651,392,686
VIA RAIL CANADA INC.
1a
  • 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
235,397,834
Total 235,397,834
Total 3,510,045,858
Table 2. Items for inclusion in the Proposed Schedule 2 to the Appropriation Bill (for the financial year ending March 31, 2019)
Vote No. Items Amount ($)
CANADA BORDER SERVICES AGENCY
1a
  • 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:
    1. fees, related to border operations, for the provision of a service or the use of a facility or for a product, right or privilege; and
    2. payments received under contracts entered into by the Agency.
198,962,446
5a
  • Capital expenditures
5,431,431
Total 204,393,877
PARKS CANADA AGENCY
1a
  • Program expenditures
  • Capital expenditures
  • The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
  • Contributions, including:
    1. expenditures on other than federal property; and
    2. payments to provinces and municipalities as contributions towards the cost of undertakings carried out by those bodies.
38,364,509
Total 38,364,509
Total 242,758,386
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