Graphical Summary for Supplementary Estimates (A) 2018–19

The 2018–19 Estimates so far
The 2018–19 Estimates so far. Text version below:
The 2018–19 Estimates so far - Text version

These Supplementary Estimates (A) include a total of $8.1 billion in new spending, primarily voted expenditures ($7.5 billion) that require Parliamentary approval. This represents a 2.9% increase over the Main Estimates ($276.0 billion) tabled in April. Voted appropriations increased by 6.6%.

Top Organizations
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Top Organizations - Text version

Eight departments account for $6.2 billion (83%) of the voted spending presented in these Estimates.

Seven of these departments are also involved in the eleven major voted items [*] listed in the Introduction.

  • Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development: $1.7 billion [*]
  • Department of Indigenous Services Canada: $1.2 billion [*]
  • Department of Fisheries and Oceans: $978.2 million [*]
  • Treasury Board Secretariat: $815.5 million [*]
  • Office of Infrastructure of Canada: $548.2 million [*]
  • Department of National Defence: $393.5 million [*]
  • Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development: $316.6 million
  • Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority: $283.6 million [*]
  • 68 other organizations in these Estimates: $1.3 billion
Major Items
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Major Items - Text version

Eleven major voted items represent $4.5 billion (60%) of these Estimates. One major item is also a horizontal initiative.

  • Icebreakers for the Canadian Coast Guard: $827.3 million – Department of Fisheries and Oceans
  • Claim settlements under the Williams Treaties: $666.0 million – Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
  • Compensation Adjustments: $541.4 million – Treasury Board Secretariat
  • Infrastructure projects in Indigenous Communities: $438.5 million – (3 organizations)
  • First Nations Water and Wastewater Enhanced Program: $423.1 million – Department of Indigenous Services Canada
  • Health, social and education services under Jordan’s Principle: $323.3 million – Department of Indigenous Services Canada
  • New Champlain Bridge Corridor Project: $291.8 million – Office of Infrastructure of Canada
  • Gordie Howe International Bridge: $283.6 million – Windsor Detroit Bridge Authority
  • Capital investments in support of Strong, Secure, Engaged: $282.2 million – Department of National Defence
  • Claim settlement with the Little Red River Cree Nation: $239.4 million – Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
  • Assuming the P3 Canada Fund commitments of PPP Canada: $210.4 million – Office of Infrastructure of Canada
Horizontal Initiatives
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Horizontal Initiatives - Text version

There are 21 horizontal initiatives involving 52 organizations. These initiatives contribute $1.3 billion (16%) to these Estimates.

  • Infrastructure projects in Indigenous communities: $440.3 million – 1*, 2*, 31
  • Implementation of the LGBT Purge class action final settlement agreement: $150.0 million – 4*, 7*
  • Indigenous Early Learning and Child Care Framework: $130.3 million – 2*, 4*, 25, 46
  • 2018 G7 Summit in Charlevoix, Quebec: $80.6 million – 6*, 48
  • Transition to new impact assessment and regulatory processes: $74.6 million – 1*, 2*, 3*, 12, 27, 30, 33, 34, 38
  • Federal contaminated sites: $61.2 million – 1*, 7*, 32
  • Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement: $49.0 million – 1* (Supplementary Estimates (A)), 2* (Budget Implementation Vote)
  • Advancing reconciliation on Indigenous and treaty right issues: $35.0 million – 3*, 42
  • Action against gun and gang violence: $30.7 million – 8, 31, 48

Twelve other horizontal initiatives in these Estimates: $204.6 million (49 organizations)

Among the top organizations in these Estimates [*]:

  1. Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
  2. Department of Indigenous Services Canada
  3. Department of Fisheries and Oceans
  4. Treasury Board Secretariat
  5. Office of Infrastructure of Canada
  6. Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development
  7. Department of National Defence

Among the other organizations in these Estimates (listed in alphabetical order):

  1. Canada Border Services Agency
  2. Canada Revenue Agency
  3. Canada School of Public Service
  4. Canadian Dairy Commission
  5. Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
  6. Canadian Food Inspection Agency
  7. Canadian Grain Commission
  8. Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency
  9. Canadian Radio-Television and Telecommunications Commission
  10. Canadian Security Intelligence Service
  11. Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  12. Copyright Board
  13. Correctional Service of Canada
  14. Courts Administration Services
  15. Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food
  16. Department of Canadian Heritage
  17. Department of Citizenship and Immigration
  18. Department of Employment and Social Development
  19. Department of Finance
  20. Department of Health
  21. Department of Industry
  22. Department of Justice
  23. Department of Natural Resources
  24. Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
  25. Department of Public Works and Government Services
  26. Department of the Environment
  27. Department of Transport
  28. Department of Veterans Affairs
  29. Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario
  30. Immigration and Refugee Board
  31. National Energy Board
  32. National Film Board
  33. Office of the Correctional Investigator of Canada
  34. Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions
  35. Parks Canada Agency
  36. Parole Board of Canada
  37. Patented Medicine Prices Review Board
  38. Privy Council Office
  39. Public Health Agency of Canada
  40. Public Service Commission
  41. Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  42. Security Intelligence Review Committee
  43. Shared Services Canada
  44. Telefilm Canada
  45. Veterans Review and Appeal Board
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