Supplementary Estimates (B), 2018–19

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, major items, and horizontal initiatives;
  • Detail 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 and voted authorities.

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Highlights of these Estimates

In this section

The Supplementary Estimates (B), 2018–19 seek parliamentary approval of $2.5 billion in new voted spending. The majority of this new spending is for:

  • Demand-driven services to Veterans;
  • International military missions;
  • The write-off of debts for unrecoverable Canada Student Loans;
  • Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ships;
  • Humanitarian assistance; and
  • Temporary housing for asylum seekers.

Overall, funding requirements for the top 10 organizations account for 94% of the $2.5 billion in voted spending sought through these Estimates. Of those 10 organizations, these 7 are each seeking more than $150 million to support their priorities:

  • Department of National Defence ($561.8 million);
  • Department of Veterans Affairs ($323.2 million);
  • Department of Indigenous Services Canada ($318.0 million);
  • Treasury Board Secretariat ($303.9 million);
  • Department of Citizenship and Immigration ($192.0 million);
  • Department of Employment and Social Development ($181.6 million); and
  • Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development ($163.7 million).

A small number of items in these Estimates relate to funding announced the 2018 Fall Economic Statement. These items are identified in the Detail by Organization section.

Planned expenditures shown in Table A2.11 of the 2018 Federal Budget are funded through allocations from the Treasury Board central vote for Budget Implementation. Those allocations are reported online and updated on a monthly basis.

These Estimates show, for information purposes, changes in planned statutory expenditures. An increase of $3.7 billion in budgetary expenditures relates primarily to a payment to the Superannuation Account. The Superannuation Account tracks the government’s pension benefit obligations for service prior to . A $3.1 billion payment will be made to the Account to eliminate the actuarial shortfall as of as reported by the Office of the Chief Actuary. As shown in the same report, invested assets to cover pension obligation for service after are in a surplus position.

An increase of $708.0 million in non-budgetary expenditures relates primarily to an additional $379.6 million in Canada Student Loans and $248.5 million for the purchase of shares of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development.

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 (Interim, Main or Supplementary) that provides 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 (B), 2018–19 is the second of two Supplementary Estimates 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;
  • An overview of major funding requests and horizontal initiatives;
  • Highlights of new authority requirements and structural changes;
  • Funding details by organization; and
  • Proposed schedules to the appropriation bill to be approved by Parliament.

In addition to the tabled document, 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;
  • Allocations from Treasury Board Central Votes (including the 2018–19 Budget Implementation vote);
  • A listing of transfers between organizations;
  • A listing of frozen allotments in voted authorities;
  • A reconciliation between the Main Estimates and the Public Accounts for the fiscal year 2017–18; and
  • A graphical summary of financial highlights.

The following terminology is used throughout this document:

  • 2016–17 Expenditures refer to the actual expenditures published in the 2017 Public Accounts;
  • 2017–18 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;
  • Authorities to date are comprised of amounts reported in the prior Estimates of the current fiscal year, two-year appropriations and allocations from Treasury Board Central Votes;
  • These Supplementary Estimates refer to the requirements reported through Supplementary Estimates (B);
  • Proposed Authorities is the sum of all the amounts reported in the Estimates of the current fiscal year, two-year appropriations and allocations from Treasury Board Central Votes;
  • 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; and
  • Statutory appropriations are those authorized by Parliament through legislation other than an appropriation act; forecasts are provided for Parliament’s information.

Summary of Estimates

The Supplementary Estimates (B), 2018–19 provides information in support of voted budgetary expenditures in the amount of $2.5 billion for a total of $123.6 billion in 2018–19. This is an increase of 2.1% over the authorities to date.

Figure 1. Comparison of Estimates, Supply and Expenditures - Budgetary (billions of dollars)
2016–17 Expenditures 2017–18 Estimates to date Proposed Authorities
Voted 92.75 114.36 123.59
Statutory 153.18 155.90 167.50
Figure 2. Comparison of Estimates, Supply and Expenditures - Non-budgetary (billions of dollars)
2016–17 Expenditures 2017–18 Estimates to date Proposed Authorities
Voted 0.05 0.07 0.07
Statutory 51.94 0.64 1.25
Table 1. Comparison of Estimates, Supply and Expenditures (dollars)
2016–17 Expenditures 2017–18 Estimates to date Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates Proposed Authorities
Budgetary
Voted 92,748,873,806 114,364,499,985 121,101,867,639 2,492,921,487 123,594,789,126
Statutory 153,180,072,446 155,899,261,279 163,821,042,271 3,680,770,468 167,501,812,739
Total Budgetary 245,928,946,252 270,263,761,264 284,922,909,910 6,173,691,955 291,096,601,865
Non-Budgetary
Voted 47,619,011 71,103,003 57,103,001 14,000,004 71,103,005
Statutory 51,943,831,646 643,316,617 542,457,741 707,957,052 1,250,414,793
Total Non-Budgetary 51,991,450,657 714,419,620 599,560,742 721,957,056 1,321,517,798

Note: Authorities To Date and Proposed Authorities include two-year appropriations of $688,378,886 for Canada Border Services Agency, Canada Revenue Agency and Parks Canada Agency. These three agencies have the authority to carry forward funds approved in 2017–18 to 2018–19. The following chart – Supplementary Estimates as part of total Estimates – reflects only 2018–19 Estimates, so it excludes the two-year appropriations.

Estimates to date 2018–19

Three Estimates have been tabled previously for 2018–19. The 2018–19 Interim Estimates were tabled and presented $30.9 billion in voted budgetary expenditures and $14.3 million in loans, investments and advances.

The 2018–19 Main Estimates were tabled on , supporting the government’s request to Parliament for authority through annual appropriations to spend $112.9 billion in voted budgetary expenditures and $57.1 million in voted non-budgetary expenditures. The 2018–19 Main Estimates also presented information on statutory amounts of $163.1 billion in budgetary expenditures and $542.5 million of loans, investments and advances. The amounts presented were inclusive, not in addition to, amounts previously shown in Interim Estimates.

The Supplementary Estimates (A), 2018–19 were tabled on , and presented $7.5 billion in voted budgetary expenditures and an increase to forecasts of statutory spending of $555.1 million.

The Supplementary Estimates (B), 2018–19 provide information in support of $2.5 billion in voted budgetary expenditures and $14 million in voted non-budgetary expenditures. Information is also presented on increases to statutory expenditures of $3.7 billion for budgetary expenditures and $708.0 million in loans, investments and advances.

Appropriation Acts in 2018–19

Royal Assent for Appropriation Act No. 1, 2018–19 was granted on and provided interim supply to appropriation-dependent organizations to cover requirements until the end of .

On , Royal Assent was received for the second appropriation act of 2018–19. This act provided supply for the remainder of planned expenditures presented in the 2018–19 Main Estimates.

Royal Assent for Appropriation Act No. 3, 2018–19 was granted on which provided supply for Supplementary Estimates (A), 2018–19.

Before the end of the 2018–19 fiscal year, the President of the Treasury Board will introduce a bill to approve the funding in Supplementary Estimates (B), 2018–19.

Table 2. Supplementary Estimates as part of total Estimates, 2018–19 Estimates (dollars)
Main Estimates Supplementary A Supplementary B Total
Budgetary
Voted 112,866,043,852 7,547,444,901 2,492,921,487 122,906,410,240
Statutory 163,101,677,725 555,125,940 3,680,770,468 167,337,574,133
Total Budgetary 275,967,721,577 8,102,570,841 6,173,691,955 290,243,984,373
Non-Budgetary
Voted 57,103,001 0 14,000,004 71,103,005
Statutory 542,457,741 0 707,957,052 1,250,414,793
Total Non-Budgetary 599,560,742 0 721,957,056 1,321,517,798

Major Items

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

Department of Veterans Affairs: $323.2 million
Funding for demand-driven programs and services which provide support to eligible Veterans and their families

The Department provides several disability benefits, financial benefits and health care and rehabilitation support programs to eligible Canadian Armed Forces members, Veterans and their families. The requested funds are to support increases in some programs which stem mainly from an increased number of Veterans accessing support, such as the Disability Award and the Earnings Loss grant.

Department of National Defence: $313.9 million
Funding for Canada’s military contribution to the Global Coalition to counter Daesh (Operation IMPACT); North Atlantic Treaty Organization assurance and deterrence measures in Central and Eastern Europe (Operation REASSURANCE); counter-terrorism and Maritime security operations in the Middle East (Operation ARTEMIS); and Canada’s military mission in Ukraine (Operation UNIFIER)

This funding will support overseas missions, including deployment of task forces, maritime security, counter-terrorism operations, surveillance, and military training and capacity building for international partners. The missions promote peace and security in the Middle East and in Eastern and Central Europe.

Treasury Board Secretariat: $200.0 million
Paylist requirements – Funding for adjustments made to terms and conditions of service or employment of the federal public administration

A number of collective agreements may be ratified before . This funding provides the Government with capacity to address resulting pressures that could be realized by the end of the fiscal year.

Department of Employment and Social Development: $163.5 million
Funding to write-off debts owed to the Crown for unrecoverable Canada Student Loans

The Canada Student Loans Program provides financial assistance to post-secondary students in financial need. This funding will be applied to write off 31,658 debts for which reasonable efforts to collect the amounts owed have been unsuccessful. Consistent with standard accounting practices, defaulted loans are written off on a regular basis.

Department of National Defence: $159.0 million
Funding for the Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ships

The Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ships will be used to conduct sovereignty and surveillance operations in Canada’s waters and to participate in international operations. The first of six ships was launched in , and construction of the second and third ships is underway. This funding will be used to reimburse the shipyard for construction costs, as per terms of the contract.

Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development: $149.7 million
Funding to implement the Feminist International Assistance Agenda (Budget 2018)

The funding will be used to provide humanitarian assistance, combat gender-based violence, increase access to education, promote gender equality, strengthen democratic processes and support the empowerment of women and girls.

Department of Citizenship and Immigration: $114.7 million
Funding to support the increased volume of asylum seekers

The continued influx of asylum seekers entering Canada has increased pressure on provinces to provide shelter and social services. This funding will be used to compensate provinces and municipalities for temporary housing costs and to provide federal interim lodging facilities services to supplement the capacity of provincial and municipal partners. This funding is in addition to $50 million presented in Supplementary Estimates (A), 2018–19.

VIA Rail Canada Inc.: $105.3 million
Funding for fleet renewal for the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor

VIA Rail Canada Inc.’s operations in the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor account for 94% of passenger trips. The existing fleet in the Corridor will be replaced with new diesel, bi-directional trains. A contract to build the trainsets was awarded in .

Department of Indigenous Services Canada: $99.8 million
Funding for the Emergency Management Assistance Program

This funding be used to reimburse First Nation communities, provinces, territories and non-governmental emergency service providers for costs incurred during response and recovery activities on reserves across Canada. Activities can include, but are not limited to, the response and recovery of emergency events such as floods, wildfires, tornadoes, severe weather and loss of essential services.

Structural Changes and Changes to Voted Authorities since the 2018–19 Main Estimates

The following structural changes are reflected in these Estimates:

  • Department for Women and Gender Equality was created, the Minister for Women and Gender Equality was designated as the appropriate Minister for the purposes of the Financial Administration Act, and unexpended appropriations for the Office of the Co-ordinator, Status of Women were deemed to be appropriated for the new Department (Budget Implementation Act No. 2, 2018–19); and
  • Leaders’ Debates Commission was created (Order in Council P.C.2018-1394).

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

  • Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency is amending Vote 5 for authority to make grant payments;
  • Department of Citizenship and Immigration has added Vote 15 to write-off debts related to immigration loans;
  • Department of Employment and Social Development has added Vote 10 to write off debts related to student loans;
  • Department of Finance has added Vote L15 to establish the maximum amount of financial assistance payable for the Multilateral Development Banks Infrastructure Loan Refinancing Facility from 2018–19 to 2019–20;
  • Department of Finance has added Vote L20 to establish the maximum amount payable for the purchase of shares of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development from 2018–19 to 2023–24;
  • Department of Finance has added Vote L25 to increase the maximum amount of callable capital – a potential purchase of additional shares – for the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development. The Bank may call on this amount to satisfy debt holder claims, if required;
  • Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development is amending Vote 20 to increase the maximum amount of direct payments to international financial institutions;
  • Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development is amending Vote L25 to increase of the maximum amount payable for the purchase of shares of international financial institutions and to update the estimate in Canadian dollars; and
  • Department of Public Works and Government Services is adding Vote L10 Imprest funds, accountable advances and recoverable advances.

Estimates by Organization

125 organizations are represented in the 2018–19 Estimates. Of these, 48 organizations have identified additional requirements as part of these Supplementary Estimates.

Table 4. Estimates by Organization (dollars)
Department, Agency or Crown corporation 2016–17 Expenditures 2017–18 Estimates to date Authorities To Date These Supplementary Estimates Proposed Authorities
Budgetary
Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada 60,162,007 64,386,668 69,938,603 2,101,151 72,039,754
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency 332,365,502 355,293,653 365,983,076 3,100,000 369,083,076
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited 784,133,000 971,355,163 1,043,582,932 0 1,043,582,932
Canada Border Services Agency 1,698,950,888 1,998,670,693 2,501,096,158 (1,457,088) 2,499,639,070
Canada Council for the Arts 222,574,389 257,988,389 292,790,894 0 292,790,894
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation 3,129,131,175 2,778,055,809 2,464,938,057 1,025,000 2,465,963,057
Canada Post Corporation 22,210,000 22,210,000 22,210,000 0 22,210,000
Canada Revenue Agency 4,389,947,763 4,235,144,026 4,556,146,637 18,256,768 4,574,403,405
Canada School of Public Service 82,784,238 77,577,537 85,368,902 0 85,368,902
Canadian Air Transport Security Authority 725,303,977 760,684,214 862,808,268 0 862,808,268
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation 1,113,023,798 1,188,023,798 1,210,831,413 0 1,210,831,413
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety 9,930,397 8,877,401 9,266,555 0 9,266,555
Canadian Commercial Corporation 3,510,000 0 0 0 0
Canadian Dairy Commission 3,773,193 3,599,617 3,901,296 0 3,901,296
Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency 38,688,000 36,758,809 55,922,370 (100,000) 55,822,370
Canadian Food Inspection Agency 785,911,860 767,034,014 792,602,106 1,925,395 794,527,501
Canadian Grain Commission (20,572,987) 5,299,113 5,806,869 0 5,806,869
Canadian High Arctic Research Station 15,866,478 22,222,790 27,989,700 1 27,989,701
Canadian Human Rights Commission 21,680,570 21,823,120 23,708,590 0 23,708,590
Canadian Institutes of Health Research 1,081,330,344 1,094,624,139 1,158,719,468 159,316 1,158,878,784
Canadian Intergovernmental Conference Secretariat 5,241,938 5,924,659 6,274,826 0 6,274,826
Canadian Museum for Human Rights 33,604,000 24,865,000 25,335,980 0 25,335,980
Canadian Museum of History 77,746,477 72,412,521 76,113,599 0 76,113,599
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 7,900,000 7,820,000 8,241,303 0 8,241,303
Canadian Museum of Nature 29,770,297 32,515,112 31,115,297 0 31,115,297
Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency 53,639,049 54,940,014 51,055,777 74,000 51,129,777
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission 137,126,030 136,920,459 143,807,167 0 143,807,167
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission 11,391,546 11,486,197 14,317,911 0 14,317,911
Canadian Security Intelligence Service 589,416,195 583,439,947 609,054,503 345,520 609,400,023
Canadian Space Agency 388,298,278 366,765,943 421,218,015 (210,000) 421,008,015
Canadian Tourism Commission 95,475,770 95,475,770 95,682,907 3,000,000 98,682,907
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board 29,992,745 31,262,154 33,776,298 0 33,776,298
Canadian Transportation Agency 26,948,077 30,914,166 37,142,422 0 37,142,422
Civilian Review and Complaints Commission for the Royal Canadian Mounted Police 9,035,952 9,935,889 11,287,528 0 11,287,528
Communications Security Establishment 590,860,194 607,873,673 692,656,158 15,442,142 708,098,300
Copyright Board 3,095,728 3,074,729 4,173,564 0 4,173,564
Correctional Service of Canada 2,362,804,401 2,541,056,691 2,620,209,200 7,480,601 2,627,689,801
Courts Administration Service 72,277,248 80,041,007 88,791,409 0 88,791,409
Department for Women and Gender Equality 0 0 0 666,923 666,923
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food 2,614,910,350 2,323,723,482 2,585,931,697 0 2,585,931,697
Department of Canadian Heritage 1,393,267,923 1,507,391,662 1,399,401,673 8,876,958 1,408,278,631
Department of Citizenship and Immigration 1,600,050,249 2,011,154,561 2,513,033,085 191,979,247 2,705,012,332
Department of Employment and Social Development 56,338,965,704 58,422,616,520 61,099,809,652 721,032,940 61,820,842,592
Department of Finance 88,421,552,238 89,968,290,117 94,473,188,891 4,063,226 94,477,252,117
Department of Fisheries and Oceans 2,352,678,236 2,635,076,728 3,701,100,940 13,149,929 3,714,250,869
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development 6,260,024,806 6,894,659,923 7,225,924,803 174,162,725 7,400,087,528
Department of Health 4,153,217,124 4,638,641,927 2,422,032,323 (13,954,978) 2,408,077,345
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development 9,132,505,051 11,175,685,049 4,894,011,213 174,926,567 5,068,937,780
Department of Indigenous Services Canada 0 359,606,267 11,389,764,639 273,634,717 11,663,399,356
Department of Industry 2,086,913,785 2,808,194,527 3,154,731,799 6,040,959 3,160,772,758
Department of Justice 689,819,446 705,616,034 803,812,596 0 803,812,596
Department of National Defence 18,606,153,529 20,498,273,395 21,139,980,573 559,207,573 21,699,188,146
Department of Natural Resources 1,357,998,914 1,451,279,469 1,523,999,639 4,619,704 1,528,619,343
Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness 1,197,611,936 1,096,921,826 1,160,044,767 (4,687,971) 1,155,356,796
Department of Public Works and Government Services 3,205,426,707 3,913,492,194 4,018,248,625 75,475,749 4,093,724,374
Department of the Environment 1,005,868,280 1,230,991,489 1,659,538,228 (1,780,500) 1,657,757,728
Department of Transport 1,191,158,784 1,430,670,588 1,653,437,456 17,818,832 1,671,256,288
Department of Veterans Affairs 3,770,808,741 4,894,686,325 4,475,316,856 323,177,757 4,798,494,613
Department of Western Economic Diversification 190,483,274 228,086,811 243,823,608 0 243,823,608
Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec 315,952,633 309,691,869 297,059,283 0 297,059,283
Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario 222,135,612 269,327,049 242,667,178 0 242,667,178
Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada 55,406,525 51,645,553 54,940,146 0 54,940,146
House of Commons 444,894,398 511,013,221 522,918,561 0 522,918,561
Immigration and Refugee Board 115,499,467 130,730,269 176,491,029 0 176,491,029
International Development Research Centre 147,474,006 138,705,625 140,366,150 0 140,366,150
International Joint Commission (Canadian Section) 6,450,623 10,049,693 13,372,343 0 13,372,343
Invest in Canada Hub 0 0 23,740,089 0 23,740,089
Leaders’ Debates Commission 0 0 0 287,130 287,130
Library and Archives of Canada 114,500,638 120,276,837 128,799,066 454,028 129,253,094
Library of Parliament 42,441,667 50,908,137 48,086,005 369,058 48,455,063
Marine Atlantic Inc. 98,967,000 213,734,000 151,104,000 0 151,104,000
Military Grievances External Review Committee 5,985,802 7,317,226 7,159,243 0 7,159,243
Military Police Complaints Commission 4,119,530 4,638,300 5,014,682 0 5,014,682
National Arts Centre Corporation 135,309,431 140,034,681 35,439,021 0 35,439,021
National Capital Commission 90,623,439 92,485,250 111,466,957 0 111,466,957
National Energy Board 84,616,818 87,112,882 91,376,222 6,087,187 97,463,409
National Film Board 63,914,426 76,243,946 78,431,673 0 78,431,673
National Gallery of Canada 46,127,385 54,203,410 51,411,122 0 51,411,122
National Museum of Science and Technology 108,103,274 144,547,797 30,182,586 0 30,182,586
National Research Council of Canada 1,048,740,465 1,082,769,409 1,296,004,976 (5,284,259) 1,290,720,717
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council 1,191,260,893 1,217,698,921 1,332,142,462 2,423,931 1,334,566,393
Northern Pipeline Agency 254,331 494,830 493,880 0 493,880
Office of Infrastructure of Canada 3,207,766,272 7,124,718,625 6,708,366,768 150,000 6,708,516,768
Office of the Auditor General 79,029,225 77,501,972 90,661,987 0 90,661,987
Office of the Chief Electoral Officer 102,431,724 112,207,990 136,947,091 (26,618) 136,920,473
Office of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs 546,796,447 572,861,315 586,969,192 0 586,969,192
Office of the Commissioner of Lobbying 4,536,578 4,824,639 6,234,959 0 6,234,959
Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages 20,434,720 20,729,984 22,492,402 0 22,492,402
Office of the Communications Security Establishment Commissioner 2,004,378 2,109,216 2,269,846 0 2,269,846
Office of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner 6,232,902 6,901,551 6,867,923 0 6,867,923
Office of the Co-ordinator, Status of Women 35,269,616 44,304,450 73,600,939 0 73,600,939
Office of the Correctional Investigator of Canada 4,692,771 4,615,504 5,597,325 0 5,597,325
Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions 177,584,797 181,426,829 195,640,495 4,000,000 199,640,495
Office of the Governor General’s Secretary 22,663,085 22,744,010 24,044,719 0 24,044,719
Office of the Parliamentary Budget Officer 0 731,227 7,614,038 0 7,614,038
Office of the Public Sector Integrity Commissioner 4,323,699 5,441,381 5,858,061 0 5,858,061
Office of the Senate Ethics Officer 922,471 1,232,127 1,337,179 50,000 1,387,179
Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions 148,021,376 150,160,327 153,427,220 0 153,427,220
Offices of the Information and Privacy Commissioners of Canada 36,683,988 37,343,183 41,225,552 0 41,225,552
Parks Canada Agency 1,191,693,051 1,465,317,453 1,926,414,167 641,000 1,927,055,167
Parliamentary Protective Service 64,780,326 86,692,682 91,077,475 0 91,077,475
Parole Board of Canada 46,825,441 46,263,971 51,364,496 0 51,364,496
Patented Medicine Prices Review Board 10,133,959 10,866,321 15,404,007 0 15,404,007
PPP Canada Inc. 11,800,000 279,500,000 0 0 0
Privy Council Office 154,240,941 215,183,955 236,188,794 0 236,188,794
Public Health Agency of Canada 559,217,028 602,413,459 699,105,921 302,422 699,408,343
Public Service Commission 75,823,108 83,762,934 90,760,729 0 90,760,729
Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada 33,679,426 35,043,522 38,786,695 0 38,786,695
Royal Canadian Mounted Police 3,017,626,084 3,311,602,459 4,033,316,122 22,631,911 4,055,948,033
Royal Canadian Mounted Police External Review Committee 1,524,278 1,872,645 3,447,938 0 3,447,938
Secretariat of the National Security and Intelligence Committee of Parliamentarians 0 4,326,731 6,772,046 0 6,772,046
Security Intelligence Review Committee 4,474,768 7,021,346 5,485,167 0 5,485,167
Senate 80,678,756 103,874,365 109,080,103 0 109,080,103
Shared Services Canada 1,681,369,737 1,773,849,642 2,004,266,563 26,857,810 2,031,124,373
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council 775,954,047 785,555,565 877,046,384 1,839,043 878,885,427
Standards Council of Canada 10,515,380 12,785,001 17,074,000 0 17,074,000
Statistics Canada 681,517,161 486,648,751 524,611,965 1,020,962 525,632,927
Telefilm Canada 97,453,551 102,953,552 101,898,978 0 101,898,978
The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited 41,781,858 23,583,887 3,472,857 0 3,472,857
The Jacques-Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc. 284,286,532 331,777,000 340,684,000 14,600,000 355,284,000
The National Battlefields Commission 9,323,574 9,713,927 10,191,406 0 10,191,406
Treasury Board Secretariat 3,064,208,634 9,053,246,000 7,738,462,370 3,410,952,382 11,149,414,752
Veterans Review and Appeal Board 10,235,289 10,790,952 11,490,296 0 11,490,296
VIA Rail Canada Inc. 348,387,317 456,402,731 538,088,193 106,782,805 644,870,998
Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority 334,500,000 317,817,400 479,598,047 0 479,598,047
Total Budgetary 245,928,946,252 270,263,761,264 284,922,909,910 6,173,691,955 291,096,601,865
Non-budgetary
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (770,376,300) (19,790,000) (259,433,000) 0 (259,433,000)
Canadian Dairy Commission 42,134,698 0 0 0 0
Correctional Service of Canada 450 0 0 0 0
Department of Citizenship and Immigration 1,893,585 0 0 0 0
Department of Employment and Social Development 640,872,868 569,246,617 734,973,706 358,460,133 1,093,433,839
Department of Finance 52,023,329,000 53,400,000 52,300,000 348,496,922 400,796,922
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development 8,154,372 40,460,002 14,617,036 1,000,001 15,617,037
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development 38,322,363 56,303,001 56,303,000 0 56,303,000
Department of Industry 0 800,000 800,000 0 800,000
Department of National Defence 9,262,275 0 0 0 0
Department of Public Works and Government Services (2,142,654) 14,000,000 0 14,000,000 14,000,000
Total Non-budgetary 51,991,450,657 714,419,620 599,560,742 721,957,056 1,321,517,798

Horizontal Items

The items listed in this table are horizontal initiatives and other jointly funded items. Both types of horizontal items 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).

Table 5. Horizontal Items (dollars)
Organization Amount

Funding for fleet renewal for the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor

VIA’s operations in the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor account for 94% of passenger trips. The existing fleet in the Corridor will be replaced with new diesel, bi-directional trains. A contract to build the trainsets was awarded in .

Supplementary Estimates (A), 2018–19
Department of Transport 119,774
Total Statutory 23,955
Total 143,729
Supplementary Estimates (B), 2018–19
VIA Rail Canada Inc.
  • Expenditures for the planned fleet acquisition, including a first installment payment to Siemens Canada.
105,251,000
Cumulative Total for 2018–19 105,394,729

Funding for the 2018 G7 Summit in Charlevoix, Quebec

In , G7 leaders met in Charlevoix, Quebec. There were also a number of preparatory meetings and outreach activities.

Supplementary Estimates (A), 2018–19
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development 10,698,215
Royal Canadian Mounted Police 69,879,079
Total 80,577,294
Supplementary Estimates (B), 2018–19
Department of National Defence
  • Operating expenditures for security operations, including a security exercise in preparation for the Summit.
10,523,475
Total Statutory 134,585
Total 10,658,060
Cumulative Total for 2018–19 91,235,354

Funding for internal support services

This funding will be used to build capacity in internal services, including: human resources, financial management, communications, oversight, information management and technology, procurement, materiel management and legal services.

Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
  • Operating expenditures to build internal services capacity and to implement the transition to the Department’s expanded mandate.
4,900,000
Department of Indigenous Services Canada
  • Operating expenditures to increase internal services capacity following the creation of the Department and the assumption of responsibility for programs relating to First Nations and Inuit health.
31,700,000
Total Statutory 1,996,719
Total 38,596,719

Funding for the reconsideration of the Trans Mountain Expansion Project

On , the Government of Canada directed the National Energy Board to reconsider aspects of its recommendations on the Project and issue a report no later than . The Board has requested information from Trans Mountain and federal authorities concerning project-related marine shipping and will consider written submissions and oral traditional evidence.

Department of Fisheries and Oceans
  • Operating expenditures to participate in consultations and provide expert advice to support the reconsideration process.
1,899,793
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
  • Operating expenditures to support consultations with Indigenous peoples.
312,835
Department of Indigenous Services Canada
  • Operating expenditures to support consultations with Indigenous peoples.
337,623
Department of Natural Resources
  • Operating expenditures to lead consultations with Indigenous peoples.
6,190,616
Department of Transport
  • Operating expenditures to participate in consultations and provide expert advice to support the reconsideration process.
1,311,998
National Energy Board
  • Operating expenditures to hold a public hearing to reconsider the project.
6,045,266
Total Statutory 1,135,242
Total 17,233,373

Funding to address the recommendations in the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Interim Report

The Inquiry’s report provided recommendations to address systemic violence and its underlying causes. The funding will support activities to address four of the recommendations.

Department for Women and Gender Equality
  • Operating expenditures, grants and contributions for commemorative events and initiatives to honour the lives of missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls.
570,201
Department of Indigenous Services Canada
  • Operating expenditures to provide access to professional counselling and medical transportation services to support family members of victims and other affected people.
  • Contributions for community-based cultural and emotional support services.
10,507,057
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  • Operating expenditures for major crimes investigations linked to Indigenous female victims.
1,024,463
Total Statutory 205,877
Total 12,307,598

Funding to expand biometric screening in the immigration system

The use of biometric information (fingerprints and digital photos) in immigration screening is an effective means to combat identity fraud while facilitating the safe travel of individuals to Canada. This funding will provide service delivery and security partners with the capacity to implement biometric screening in all temporary resident and permanent resident applications.

Supplementary Estimates (A), 2018–19
Department of Citizenship and Immigration 5,937,205
Royal Canadian Mounted Police 300,000
Total 6,237,205
Supplementary Estimates (B), 2018–19
Department of Citizenship and Immigration
  • Operating and capital expenditures to procure and deploy equipment and systems, and develop training material.
4,641,039
Cumulative Total for 2018–19 10,878,244

Funding to establish the Canadian Food Safety Information Network

The Food Safety Information Network will link federal and provincial food safety authorities as well as private food testing laboratories across Canada. It will allow food safety data to be compiled, standardized, analyzed and shared in real time among food safety authorities, allowing for more rapid detection of and response to food safety hazards.

Supplementary Estimates (A), 2018–19
Canadian Food Inspection Agency 7,915,538
Department of Health 332,949
Total Statutory 401,242
Total 8,649,729
Supplementary Estimates (B), 2018–19
Canadian Food Inspection Agency
  • Operating and capital expenditures for salaries, consultants and the purchase of licenses and technology.
1,652,823
Total Statutory 279,129
Total 1,931,952
Cumulative Total for 2018–19 10,581,681

Funding to support a proactive approach to end systemic discrimination of persons with disabilities

This funding will be used to prepare for implementation of the proposed Accessible Canada Act which will establish a model to eliminate accessibility barriers and lead to more consistent accessibility in areas of federal jurisdictions.

Department of Employment and Social Development
  • Operating expenditures to prepare for implementation and administration of the Act.
  • Contributions to augment the Opportunities Fund for Persons with Disabilities.
6,201,440
Treasury Board Secretariat
  • Funding to be allocated to departments and agencies to reduce barriers to accessibility.
474,932
Total Statutory 742,249
Total 7,418,621

Funding to increase secure communications capability

This funding will be used to develop secure mobile phone capability and to modernize and expand secure conference call capabilities for Ministers, Deputy Ministers and senior officials.

Communications Security Establishment
  • Operating expenditures to design, develop, install and test the secure communications system.
2,609,913
Shared Services Canada
  • Operating expenditures to provide technical advice and guidance.
1,000,000
Total Statutory 143,519
Total 3,753,432

Funding to renew and enhance the Federal Tobacco Control Strategy (Budget 2018)

The Strategy is a comprehensive program aimed at reducing tobacco-related disease and death with a target of reducing the prevalence of tobacco usage to less than 5% of Canadians by 2035. Funding has also been provided from the central vote for Budget Implementation to the Department of Health, the Public Health Agency of Canada and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.

Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
  • Contributions to engage the Métis Nation in the development of approaches to reduce tobacco use.
100,000
Department of Indigenous Services Canada
  • Operating expenditures and contributions to Indigenous organizations to co-develop approaches to reduce tobacco use.
1,780,659
Total Statutory 11,625
Total 1,892,284

Funding to implement the Women Entrepreneurship Strategy (Budget 2018)

This funding will support women-owned and women-led businesses to grow and pursue new market opportunities. The Strategy expands access to financing, talent, networks and expertise. Funding has also been provided from the central vote for Budget Implementation to the regional development agencies, the Department of Industry and the Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development.

Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency
  • Contributions to support women-owned and women-led businesses in northern Canada.
74,000
Department of Industry
  • Operating expenditures to establish a secretariat to support new investments and national coordination under the Strategy.
1,112,175
Total Statutory 156,712
Total 1,342,887

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