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%.
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.
Eleven major voted items represent $4.5 billion (60%) of these Estimates. One major item is also a horizontal initiative.
There are 21 horizontal initiatives involving 52 organizations. These initiatives contribute $1.3 billion (16%) to these Estimates.
Twelve other horizontal initiatives in these Estimates: $204.6 million (49 organizations)
Among the top organizations in these Estimates [*]:
Among the other organizations in these Estimates (listed in alphabetical order):
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