Supplementary Estimates (A), 2022-23
In order to make expenditures, the government must receive Parliament’s approval, either through previously adopted legislation or, on an annual basis, through the introduction and passage of appropriation bills. Prior to the introduction of each appropriation bill, the President of the Treasury Board tables an Estimates publication (Main or Supplementary) in Parliament to provide information and details on spending authorities sought.
While the Main Estimates provide 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.
The Supplementary Estimates (A), 2022–23 is the first of three Supplementary Estimates planned for this fiscal year.
On this page
- Introduction of these Estimates
Detail by Organization
In this section
- Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada
- Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
- Canadian Air Transport Security Authority
- Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency
- Canadian Space Agency
- Canadian Transportation Agency
- Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food
- Department of Citizenship and Immigration
- Department of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs
- Department of Employment and Social Development
- Department of Finance
- Department of Fisheries and Oceans
- Department of Health
- Department of Indigenous Services
- Department of Industry
- Department of National Defence
- Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
- Department of Transport
- Law Commission of Canada
- Marine Atlantic Inc.
- Parks Canada Agency
- Privy Council Office
- Public Health Agency of Canada
- Shared Services Canada
- Telefilm Canada
- The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited
- Items for inclusion in the Proposed Schedules to the Appropriation Bill
Introduction of these Estimates
In this section
The Supplementary Estimates (A), 2022–23 present a total of $9.7 billion in incremental budgetary spending, which reflects $8.8 billion to be voted and a $859.6 million increase in forecast statutory expenditures. Approximately $1.0 billion of these expenditures relate to initiatives announced in Budget 2022.
|Main Estimates||Supplementary A||Supplementary B||Supplementary C||Total|
If approved by Parliament, voted budgetary spending would increase by $8.8 billion (4.6%) to a total of $199.1 billion. The primary objectives and responsible organizations for new voted spending are:
- the Department of Indigenous Services and the Department of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs to implement settlement agreements, provide compensation and to make immediate initial reforms ($2.1 billion related to First Nations Child and Family Services and Jordan’s Principle, $900.0 million for specific claims, $146.0 million for Residential Day Scholars and $130.0 million related to Federal Day Schools);
- the Public Health Agency of Canada to procure therapeutics for the treatment of COVID‑19 ($1.4 billion);
- the Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness to provide disaster financial assistance to provincial and territorial governments; ($823.6 million); and
- the Department of National Defence and the Department of Citizenship and Immigration for Canada’s response to the invasion of Ukraine ($500.0 million in military aid and $352.7 million for special immigration measures).
Reflecting these activities, five organizations are each seeking $500 million or more (excluding transfers) to support their priorities:
- Department of Indigenous Services ($2.2 billion);
- Public Health Agency of Canada ($1.5 billion);
- Department of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs ($1.4 billion);
- Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness ($823.6 million); and
- Department of National Defence ($500.0 million).
Changes to forecasts of statutory spending are included in these Estimates to provide additional information on organizations’ total estimated expenditures. Statutory budgetary expenditures are forecast to rise $859.6 million (0.4%) to a total of $208.1 billion which includes $100 million in payments for school ventilation improvement pursuant to the proposed Economic and Fiscal Update Implementation Act, 2021 (Bill C-8). The increase is primarily due to updated forecasts provided in Budget 2022:
- interest on unmatured debt ($895.0 million increase);
- other interest costs ($254.0 million increase); and
- Old Age Security Payments ($371.9 million decrease).
The following is a list of the major voted initiatives, which are included in these Supplementary Estimates to seek parliamentary approval.
Department of Indigenous Services: $2.1 billion
Funding for costs related to compensation and for reforms to the First Nations Child and Family Services and Jordan’s Principle programs
This funding will be used for administration, legal, mental health and cultural supports and other implementation costs of compensation agreements relating to the First Nations Child and Family Services and Jordan’s Principle programs. This funding will also be used for immediate initial reforms to the programs, including major capital projects and activities supporting child and family well-being.
Public Health Agency of Canada: $1.4 billion
Funding for the procurement of additional therapeutics
This funding will support the acquisition of existing and emerging COVID‑19 treatments, including procurements under advanced purchase agreements, as well as costs associated with storage, distribution and deployment. Additional quantities of therapeutics are required to meet the needs of provincial and territorial health systems.
Department of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs: $900.0 million
Funding for the Specific Claims Settlement Fund
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 historic treaties or other agreements. 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 in accordance with negotiated agreements or which has been awarded by the Specific Claims Tribunal.
Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness: $823.6 million
Funding for the Disaster Financial Assistance Arrangements contribution program (Budget 2021)
In the event of a large-scale natural disaster, the Government of Canada provides financial assistance to provincial and territorial governments. Federal funding is based on a cost-sharing formula, with a wide range of eligible expenses, including emergency services, security measures, repairs to public buildings and infrastructure, clean-up, as well as businesses and farms. This funding will be used to address costs for disaster events which occurred over the last decade.
Department of National Defence: $500.0 million
Funding for military aid to Ukraine (Budget 2022)
This funding will allow eligible entities to purchase or provide non-lethal and lethal equipment, weapons and associated training, maintenance and management to Ukraine in the defence of its sovereignty.
Canadian Air Transport Security Authority: $329.7 million
Funding for critical operating requirements
The Canadian Air Transport Security Authority (CATSA) helps ensure the safety of air travel by screening travellers, baggage and airport workers. This funding will support the delivery of security screening at the 89 airports where CATSA operates.
Department of Transport: $322.5 million
Funding to extend and expand the Incentive for Zero-Emission Vehicles Program (Budget 2022)
Purchase incentives of up to $5,000 have been offered for eligible zero-emission (battery-electric, plug-in hybrid electric and hydrogen fuel cell) vehicles since 2019. Budget 2022 proposed the extension of the incentive program until March 2025 and expansion of the program to support the purchase of more vehicle models, including more vans, trucks, and SUVs.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration: $247.8 million
Funding for immigration, settlement measures, temporary accommodations and income support for Ukrainians
This funding will be used for initial costs of the special immigration measures for Ukrainians, including chartered flights, temporary hotel accommodations, application processing, settlement and transitional financial support programs.
Department of Finance: $191.6 million
Funding to Newfoundland and Labrador to transfer the 2021 Net Profits Interest and Incidental Net Profits Interest Net Revenues from the Hibernia offshore oil project
As compensation for loans, loan guarantee agreements and grants for Hibernia, the federal government negotiated a Net Profits Interest (NPI) Agreement and Incidental NPI (INPI) Agreement with the original project owners in 1990. The agreements provide for the project owners paying the federal government 10% of net revenue (gross sales revenue less specific operating and capital costs) and incidental revenue. This transfer to the province is equivalent to Canada’s net 2021 revenue from the Hibernia offshore oil project NPI and INPI.
Canadian Space Agency: $183.5 million
Funding for the Canadarm3 robotic system (Phase B)
Canadarm3 is Canada’s contribution to “Gateway”, an outpost which will orbit the Moon and provide support for a long-term human return to the lunar surface, as well as a staging point for deep space exploration. Canadarm3 will be comprised of a large and a small robotic arm, specialized tools to perform maintenance and science tasks, and robotic interfaces to enable access to all Gateway elements. This funding is for technology development work, a preliminary design review, as well as plans, designs, and estimates to meet the technical requirements developed through Phase A.
Department of Employment and Social Development: $176.7 million
Funding for Early Learning and Child Care
This funding relates to the extension of early learning and child care agreements and early childhood workforce agreements with provinces and territories. These agreements support existing early learning and child care programs and help attract and retain early childhood educators.
Telefilm Canada: $150.0 million
Funding for the Short-Term Compensation Fund for Canadian Audiovisual Productions
The Fund, introduced in response to the lack of available insurance, compensates independent production companies for the interruption or shutdown of an eligible audiovisual production, due to confirmed cases of COVID‑19 on set. This funding supports the extension of the initiative to March 31, 2023.
Comparison of Budget 2022 and Estimates
The following reconciliation is for the purpose of providing greater clarity on the relationship between the figures presented in Budget 2022 and the 2022–23 Estimates and to allow for a more effective comparison and study of how the Estimates cash requirements are derived from the accrual-based budget plan.
(billions of dollars)
|Estimates to Date 2022–23||407.2|
Related to Budget 2022
|Plus: Items not included in Estimates||63.9|
Employment Insurance benefits
Canada Child Benefit
Other Tax Credits and Repayments
|Plus: Netted Revenue||12.8|
|Less: Accrual and other||(31.6)|
|Budget 2022 (Projected Total Expenses for 2022-23)||452.3|
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 included in the Estimates.
Certain expenditures are funded through departmental revenues. Accrual expenses in the Budget are on a ‘gross’ basis, meaning the revenues are included in the accrual-based revenue forecast, while they are netted against expenditures in the Estimates.
Accrual and other
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. This category also includes costs related to consolidated Crown corporations that are funded from their own revenues, as well as adjustments for items that have been approved and earmarked in the fiscal framework (at the time of Budget 2022 and since then).
Additional and Technical Information
Structural Changes and Changes to Voted Authorities
The following structural changes have been reflected since the publishing of the 2022–23 Main Estimates:
- the Commission named the Public Inquiry into the 2022 Public Order Emergency was created and the Prime Minister designated as the appropriate Minister for the purposes of the Financial Administration Act (P.C. 2022-0392 and 2022-0393).
The following new or amended authorities are sought through the appropriation act for these Estimates:
- The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited is adding Vote 1 for payments to the Corporation; and
- the Law Commission of Canada is adding Vote 1 for program expenditures.
Appropriation Acts in 2022–23
Royal Assent for Appropriation Act No. 1, 2022–23, granted on March 31, 2022, provided interim supply to appropriation-dependent organizations to cover requirements for the first three months of the fiscal year.
In June 2022, the President of the Treasury Board will introduce a bill to provide the remaining supply for the 2022–23 Main Estimates and another bill to provide supply for the spending requirements presented in these Supplementary Estimates (A), 2022–23.
Tabled and Online Information
For this exercise, the President of the Treasury Board tables a document in Parliament that includes:
- highlights of incremental financial requirements and major funding requests;
- a comparison of Budget 2022 to planned expenditures in the 2022–23 Estimates;
- an overview of structural changes and new authority requirements;
- a summary of appropriation acts for the current fiscal year;
- funding details by organization; and
- a proposed schedule to the appropriation bill to be approved by Parliament.
In addition to the tabled document, the following supplemental information is also available online:
- a detailed listing of statutory expenditures reported through the Estimates;
- a complete breakdown of planned expenditures by standard object, such as personnel, professional services and transfer payments;
- planned expenditures by purpose in accordance with each organization’s Departmental Reporting Framework;
- a listing of horizontal items presenting funding requirements; and
- allocations from Treasury Board Central Votes.
Estimates by Organization
128 organizations are represented in the 2022–23 Estimates. Of these, 26 organizations are included in these Supplementary Estimates.
|Department, Agency or Crown corporation||2020–21 Expenditures||2021–22 Estimates to date||Previous Estimates To Date||These Supplementary Estimates||Proposed Authorities|
|Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada||68,149,589||74,580,873||72,377,590||4,094,518||76,472,108|
|Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency||575,045,616||455,591,783||436,503,645||0||436,503,645|
|Atomic Energy of Canada Limited||940,740,678||1,228,304,417||1,174,652,615||0||1,174,652,615|
|Canada Border Services Agency||2,167,437,848||2,258,213,387||2,344,085,908||0||2,344,085,908|
|Canada Council for the Arts||428,631,145||510,389,080||414,189,080||0||414,189,080|
|Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation||2,876,263,646||5,144,252,458||3,548,649,641||45,899,167||3,594,548,808|
|Canada Post Corporation||22,209,960||22,210,000||22,210,000||0||22,210,000|
|Canada Revenue Agency||9,983,997,939||11,340,456,515||12,508,854,851||0||12,508,854,851|
|Canada School of Public Service||82,282,833||78,546,225||78,712,431||0||78,712,431|
|Canadian Accessibility Standards Development Organization||14,604,139||20,065,557||20,877,446||0||20,877,446|
|Canadian Air Transport Security Authority||686,325,308||859,539,905||567,485,819||329,734,920||897,220,739|
|Canadian Broadcasting Corporation||1,366,915,479||1,250,423,241||1,266,123,241||0||1,266,123,241|
|Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety||11,705,653||15,511,637||11,540,881||0||11,540,881|
|Canadian Commercial Corporation||0||0||13,000,000||0||13,000,000|
|Canadian Dairy Commission||4,576,877||4,094,435||4,153,333||0||4,153,333|
|Canadian Energy Regulator||99,832,928||108,293,192||100,267,059||0||100,267,059|
|Canadian Food Inspection Agency||809,563,619||841,330,587||837,816,689||0||837,816,689|
|Canadian Grain Commission||(11,845,907)||6,769,580||13,209,950||0||13,209,950|
|Canadian High Arctic Research Station||22,275,271||32,217,110||32,366,139||0||32,366,139|
|Canadian Human Rights Commission||30,999,159||38,609,933||39,741,221||0||39,741,221|
|Canadian Institutes of Health Research||1,503,461,560||1,390,047,422||1,242,484,652||0||1,242,484,652|
|Canadian Intergovernmental Conference Secretariat||4,665,243||6,030,478||6,056,666||0||6,056,666|
|Canadian Museum for Human Rights||29,187,388||29,336,716||25,436,716||0||25,436,716|
|Canadian Museum of History||81,526,259||84,580,111||73,223,111||0||73,223,111|
|Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21||10,606,268||9,546,694||8,111,694||0||8,111,694|
|Canadian Museum of Nature||34,903,027||35,687,206||27,655,236||0||27,655,236|
|Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency||101,219,284||91,250,845||92,835,216||7,378,225||100,213,441|
|Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission||139,527,021||143,850,667||143,682,153||0||143,682,153|
|Canadian Race Relations Foundation||0||6,180,001||5,000,000||0||5,000,000|
|Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission||39,335,110||17,947,335||17,135,250||0||17,135,250|
|Canadian Security Intelligence Service||676,899,701||629,442,558||648,157,585||0||648,157,585|
|Canadian Space Agency||330,409,653||453,869,186||388,278,379||184,444,841||572,723,220|
|Canadian Tourism Commission||95,665,913||121,159,703||156,159,703||0||156,159,703|
|Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board||36,373,762||35,534,869||35,761,282||0||35,761,282|
|Canadian Transportation Agency||41,397,229||43,914,654||31,029,291||10,467,437||41,496,728|
|Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police||11,416,237||10,425,537||10,476,649||0||10,476,649|
|Communications Security Establishment||779,685,543||796,790,141||798,506,472||0||798,506,472|
|Correctional Service of Canada||2,931,216,086||3,043,758,610||3,050,727,462||0||3,050,727,462|
|Courts Administration Service||104,702,994||107,558,215||99,306,992||0||99,306,992|
|Department for Women and Gender Equality||219,463,386||236,507,753||310,313,352||0||310,313,352|
|Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food||3,037,615,395||3,907,384,340||3,253,366,478||49,972,737||3,303,339,215|
|Department of Canadian Heritage||1,961,542,247||2,229,421,812||2,184,364,789||0||2,184,364,789|
|Department of Citizenship and Immigration||3,159,572,050||3,802,391,522||3,907,736,600||451,413,069||4,359,149,669|
|Department of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs||5,391,042,033||7,046,265,332||5,807,583,250||1,487,655,335||7,295,238,585|
|Department of Employment and Social Development||162,637,306,616||101,338,951,419||87,404,374,565||(226,358,224)||87,178,016,341|
|Department of Finance||117,660,227,875||110,744,456,804||110,665,743,181||1,444,654,622||112,110,397,803|
|Department of Fisheries and Oceans||3,346,987,381||4,828,551,810||3,986,868,384||1||3,986,868,385|
|Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development||9,341,706,896||8,329,830,320||7,469,059,606||0||7,469,059,606|
|Department of Health||3,116,652,943||8,513,035,907||3,878,001,891||20,000,000||3,898,001,891|
|Department of Indigenous Services||16,353,245,516||21,767,441,835||39,601,620,243||2,206,888,962||41,808,509,205|
|Department of Industry||2,853,177,513||4,922,401,445||5,784,515,013||1||5,784,515,014|
|Department of Justice||832,853,145||905,885,104||921,757,075||0||921,757,075|
|Department of National Defence||26,827,037,837||25,737,937,313||25,950,347,556||500,000,000||26,450,347,556|
|Department of Natural Resources||1,401,833,512||2,813,495,928||3,609,353,137||0||3,609,353,137|
|Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness||777,373,633||1,180,243,242||883,472,475||823,638,161||1,707,110,636|
|Department of Public Works and Government Services||4,446,870,947||5,311,050,960||4,639,613,147||0||4,639,613,147|
|Department of the Environment||1,746,786,588||1,982,491,793||1,968,217,071||0||1,968,217,071|
|Department of Transport||1,897,164,688||2,623,253,597||2,851,853,197||370,188,209||3,222,041,406|
|Department of Veterans Affairs||4,836,633,503||6,318,730,513||5,507,460,465||0||5,507,460,465|
|Department of Western Economic Diversification||907,497,946||654,740,800||423,468,683||0||423,468,683|
|Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec||550,375,899||548,599,111||586,171,596||0||586,171,596|
|Federal Economic Development Agency for Northern Ontario||0||22,047,446||123,822,898||0||123,822,898|
|Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario||692,746,495||426,117,490||700,586,596||0||700,586,596|
|Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada||61,710,954||87,515,017||74,987,529||0||74,987,529|
|House of Commons||610,110,361||561,408,931||562,974,268||0||562,974,268|
|Immigration and Refugee Board||244,758,989||284,681,311||282,477,747||0||282,477,747|
|Impact Assessment Agency of Canada||76,883,489||79,887,937||80,070,117||0||80,070,117|
|International Development Research Centre||145,652,683||155,251,325||153,701,325||0||153,701,325|
|International Joint Commission (Canadian Section)||8,975,239||12,194,293||8,840,939||0||8,840,939|
|Invest in Canada Hub||29,622,107||34,271,556||33,611,556||0||33,611,556|
|Law Commission of Canada||0||0||0||4,675,069||4,675,069|
|Leaders’ Debates Commission||330,748||5,466,477||454,187||0||454,187|
|Library and Archives of Canada||130,379,206||155,678,293||222,323,024||0||222,323,024|
|Library of Parliament||48,475,342||54,446,785||55,835,039||0||55,835,039|
|Marine Atlantic Inc.||140,567,000||149,875,667||40,755,438||113,074,941||153,830,379|
|Military Grievances External Review Committee||7,195,220||6,985,084||7,014,392||0||7,014,392|
|Military Police Complaints Commission||4,946,675||4,852,883||4,884,675||0||4,884,675|
|National Arts Centre Corporation||59,238,129||59,920,409||44,294,459||0||44,294,459|
|National Capital Commission||153,713,387||187,981,730||154,216,469||0||154,216,469|
|National Film Board||71,749,922||70,644,492||65,648,446||0||65,648,446|
|National Gallery of Canada||54,490,639||51,956,671||45,756,671||0||45,756,671|
|National Museum of Science and Technology||38,544,965||43,117,196||31,514,196||0||31,514,196|
|National Research Council of Canada||1,648,655,313||1,616,242,939||1,437,388,224||0||1,437,388,224|
|National Security and Intelligence Review Agency Secretariat||12,251,375||31,394,919||28,250,676||0||28,250,676|
|Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council||1,488,475,254||1,416,949,031||1,356,077,377||0||1,356,077,377|
|Northern Pipeline Agency||236,169||571,820||572,250||0||572,250|
|Office of Infrastructure of Canada||5,492,387,892||10,440,871,614||9,349,873,712||0||9,349,873,712|
|Office of the Auditor General||100,128,705||118,856,715||119,881,702||0||119,881,702|
|Office of the Chief Electoral Officer||208,830,161||172,866,204||203,509,925||0||203,509,925|
|Office of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs||627,116,632||685,870,730||711,054,715||0||711,054,715|
|Office of the Commissioner of Lobbying||4,888,378||5,219,899||5,289,196||0||5,289,196|
|Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages||22,663,084||22,206,232||22,239,511||0||22,239,511|
|Office of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner||7,061,080||7,670,110||8,143,039||0||8,143,039|
|Office of the Correctional Investigator of Canada||5,827,476||5,468,720||5,478,282||0||5,478,282|
|Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions||192,472,505||208,891,606||212,377,778||0||212,377,778|
|Office of the Governor General’s Secretary||24,677,175||23,686,460||23,988,252||0||23,988,252|
|Office of the Intelligence Commissioner||2,165,847||2,533,375||2,535,599||0||2,535,599|
|Office of the Parliamentary Budget Officer||6,096,099||7,246,196||7,401,122||0||7,401,122|
|Office of the Public Sector Integrity Commissioner||5,391,658||5,665,323||5,676,571||0||5,676,571|
|Office of the Senate Ethics Officer||961,777||1,352,901||1,408,848||0||1,408,848|
|Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions||199,627,403||200,750,762||220,521,651||0||220,521,651|
|Offices of the Information and Privacy Commissioners of Canada||47,944,224||48,389,857||45,129,660||0||45,129,660|
|Pacific Economic Development Agency of Canada||0||154,657,784||255,011,262||0||255,011,262|
|Parks Canada Agency||1,305,569,917||1,320,694,011||988,583,305||33,563,528||1,022,146,833|
|Parliamentary Protective Service||73,786,578||90,753,007||100,749,866||0||100,749,866|
|Parole Board of Canada||57,744,963||62,540,992||65,495,927||0||65,495,927|
|Patented Medicine Prices Review Board||15,259,083||18,892,322||17,003,213||0||17,003,213|
|Privy Council Office||202,293,324||209,381,653||192,418,323||28,518,211||220,936,534|
|Public Health Agency of Canada||8,757,759,632||16,736,186,393||8,494,971,038||1,523,836,518||10,018,807,556|
|Public Service Commission||93,561,358||91,848,552||92,800,729||0||92,800,729|
|Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada||39,232,191||39,635,739||39,663,895||0||39,663,895|
|Royal Canadian Mounted Police||3,827,365,703||4,099,390,480||4,234,203,823||0||4,234,203,823|
|Royal Canadian Mounted Police External Review Committee||3,185,516||6,432,998||6,442,098||0||6,442,098|
|Secretariat of the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians||2,431,245||3,648,039||3,651,256||0||3,651,256|
|Shared Services Canada||2,312,197,273||2,200,841,666||2,618,895,615||85,983,575||2,704,879,190|
|Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council||1,419,118,607||1,012,527,351||1,073,452,726||0||1,073,452,726|
|Standards Council of Canada||18,575,862||18,661,250||15,647,708||0||15,647,708|
|The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited||6,061,390||18,497,000||0||5,303,000||5,303,000|
|The Jacques-Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc.||232,073,141||324,803,854||280,004,519||0||280,004,519|
|The National Battlefields Commission||9,416,161||15,076,719||11,861,086||0||11,861,086|
|Treasury Board Secretariat||3,230,779,736||9,663,816,793||7,853,655,706||0||7,853,655,706|
|Veterans Review and Appeal Board||10,505,680||11,215,236||11,256,654||0||11,256,654|
|VIA Rail Canada Inc.||651,558,580||900,018,544||980,546,235||0||980,546,235|
|Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority||440,674,062||971,574,541||961,830,406||0||961,830,406|
|Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation||(170,911,067)||3,209,467,541||(164,412,879)||0||(164,412,879)|
|Canadian Dairy Commission||(21,366,517)||0||0||0||0|
|Correctional Service of Canada||(33)||0||0||0||0|
|Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food||25,288,431||0||0||0||0|
|Department of Citizenship and Immigration||(11,405,611)||0||0||0||0|
|Department of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs||18,572,316||25,903,000||25,903,000||0||25,903,000|
|Department of Employment and Social Development||1,401,936,776||237,433,472||(205,643,530)||0||(205,643,530)|
|Department of Finance||46,682,276,764||3,305,109,002||361,709,001||0||361,709,001|
|Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development||38,363,238||301,602,233||348,321,231||0||348,321,231|
|Department of Industry||7,503,000,000||800,000||800,000||0||800,000|
|Department of National Defence||(2,736,588)||0||0||0||0|
|Department of Public Works and Government Services||(5,198,509)||0||1||0||1|
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