Graphical Summary for Supplementary Estimates (B) 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 (B) include a total of $6.2 billion in new spending with $2.5 billion in voted expenditures that require Parliamentary approval. This represents a 2.2% increase over the previously approved Estimates to date ($284.1 billion). Voted appropriations increased by 2.1%.

Top Organizations
Top Organizations. Text version below:
Top Organizations - Text version

Seven departments account for $2.0 billion (82%) of the voted spending presented in these Estimates. All of these departments are also involved in the nine major voted items [*] listed in the Introduction.

  • 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 [*]
  • Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development: $163.7 million [*]

41 other organizations in these Estimates: $0.5 billion

Major Items
Major Items. Text version below:
Major Items - Text version

Nine major voted items represent $1.6 billion (64%) of these Estimates. One major item is also a horizontal initiative.

  • Demand-driven programs and services for veterans: $323.2 million – Department of Veterans Affairs
  • Support to Canadian Armed Forces overseas operations: $313.9 million – Department of National Defence
  • Paylist Requirements: $200.0 million – Treasury Board Secretariat
  • Write-Off of Student Loan Debt: $163.5 million – Department of Employment and Social Development
  • Arctic and Offshore Patrol Ships: $159.0 - Department of National Defence
  • Feminist International Assistance Agenda: $149.7 million (Budget 2018) – Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development
  • Increased volume of asylum seekers: $114.7 million – Department of Citizenship and Immigration
  • Fleet Renewal for the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor: $105.3 million – VIA Rail Canada Inc. (Horizontal Initiative)
  • Emergency Management Assistance Program: $99.8 million – Department of Indigenous Services Canada
Horizontal Initiatives
Horizontal Initiatives. Text version below:
Horizontal Initiatives - Text version

There are eleven horizontal initiatives involving 18 organizations. These initiatives contribute $205.1 million (3%) to these Estimates.

  • Fleet Renewal for the Quebec City-Windsor Corridor: $105.3 million – 18 (Department of Transport received funding in Supplementary Estimates A.)
  • Internal Support Services: $38.6 million – 2*, 11
  • Trans Mountain Pipeline Expansion Project: $17.2 million – 2*, 10, 11, 13, 14, 15
  • Address the recommendations in the National Inquiry into Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women and Girls Interim Report: $12.3 million – 2*, 9, 16
  • 2018 G7 Summit in Charlevoix, Quebec: $10.7 million – 1* (Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police received funding in Supplementary Estimates A.)
  • Proactive approach to end systemic discrimination of persons with disabilities: $7.4 million – 3*, 5*
  • Five other horizontal initiatives in these Estimates: $13.6 million – 2*, 4*, 6, 7, 8, 11, 12, 17

Among the top organizations in these Estimates [*]:

  1. Department of National Defence
  2. Department of Indigenous Services Canada
  3. Treasury Board Secretariat
  4. Department of Citizenship and Immigration
  5. Department of Employment and Social Development

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

  1. Canadian Food Inspection Agency
  2. Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency
  3. Communications Security Establishment
  4. Department for Women and Gender Equality
  5. Department of Fisheries and Oceans
  6. Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
  7. Department of Industry
  8. Department of Natural Resources
  9. Department of Transport
  10. National Energy Board
  11. Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  12. Shared Services Canada
  13. VIA Rail Canada Inc.
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