Frozen Allotments in Voted Authorities for Supplementary Estimates (B), 2019–20

Parliamentary authority typically expires at the end of the fiscal year. For example, authorities approved through all appropriation acts for the fiscal year 2019–20 will expire on for most organizations.

During the fiscal year, the government can take decisions to adjust priorities or the implementation of individual initiatives. These decisions are effected by using frozen allotments to constrain appropriated authorities where necessary. At the end of the fiscal year, these frozen allotments are included in the lapse shown in Public Accounts.

For the fiscal year 2019–20, the total amount frozen in voted authorities is $2,638,295,638 as of . Most of these frozen allotments are due to the planned reprofiling of funds ($1,825,143,068) to future years, and uncommitted authorities in the Treasury Board managed central votes ($739,835,960).

This annex summarizes, by category and department, all permanently frozen allotments included in voted authorities.

Categories of Frozen Allotments

Reprofiled

Reprofiling provides for unused authorities from one fiscal year to be made available in subsequent fiscal years, to reflect changes in the expected timing of program implementation. Unused funds in the current fiscal year are put into a frozen allotment. New Parliamentary authority is required for each future year of planned spending.

Transferred or reallocated

Throughout a fiscal year, organizations may transfer or reallocate funds between votes within their organization and to other organizations. Such adjustments may be effected through frozen allotments.

Reduction

An organization’s authorities are reduced when the funds are no longer available for the original purpose. This could happen because an initiative or program is canceled, or savings are identified to be returned to the fiscal framework.

Other

Other forecasted lapses are largely related to uncommitted authorities in the Treasury Board central votes.

Table 1: Frozen Allotments in Voted Authorities
  Reprofiled Transferred or Reallocated Reduction Other Total
Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada

5 – Resolving Income Security Program Disputes More Quickly and Easily

0 0 0 88,345 88,345

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency

10 – Launching a Federal Strategy on Jobs and Tourism

0 0 0 26,772 26,772

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited

1 – Payments to the corporation for operating and capital expenditures

39,469,097 0 0 0 39,469,097

Reprofiled:

  • Operating expenditures and capital investments for the most recent plans proposed by AECLʼs contractor to deliver on AECLʼs non-discretionary commitments to discharge Canadaʼs radioactive waste liabilities and environmental liabilities.
Canada Border Services Agency

1 – Operating expenditures

2,677,642 0 0 0 2,677,642

5 – Capital expenditures

9,177,351 0 0 0 9,177,351

10 – Addressing the Challenges of African Swine Fever

0 0 0 709,920 709,920

20 – Enhancing the Integrity of Canadaʼs Borders and Asylum System

0 0 0 10,513,364 10,513,364

25 – Helping Travellers Visit Canada

0 0 0 2,120,113 2,120,113

30 – Modernizing Canadaʼs Border Operations

0 0 0 19,611,959 19,611,959

Reprofiled:

  • Operating and capital investments for the Entry/Exit Initiative.
  • Capital investments to complete the marine container examination facility in Burrard Inlet, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Canada Revenue Agency

25 – Improving Client Services at the Canada Revenue Agency

0 0 0 2,072,224 2,072,224

30 – Improving Tax Compliance

0 0 0 6,868,488 6,868,488

35 – Taking Action to Enhance Tax Compliance in the Real Estate Sector

0 0 0 2,301,415 2,301,415

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Canadian Food Inspection Agency

1 – Operating expenditures, grants and contributions

0 0 29,519,265 0 29,519,265

10 – A Food Policy for Canada

0 0 0 616,458 616,458

20 – Ensuring Continued Access to US Markets for Canadian Meat Products

0 0 0 2,671,241 2,671,241

25 – Protecting Against Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy in Canada

0 0 0 7,678,490 7,678,490

Reduction:

  • Authorities reduced for collective bargaining overpayments.

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Canadian Human Rights Commission

5 – Supporting the Canadian Human Rights Commission and Access to Justice

0 0 0 68,970 68,970

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Canadian Institutes of Health Research

5 – Grants

0 0 1,000,000 0 1,000,000

10 – Paid Parental Leave for Student Researchers

0 0 0 35,988 35,988

Reduction:

  • Transfer payments for the Canada 150 Research Chairs Program.

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency

10 – A Food Policy for Canada

0 0 0 92,428 92,428

15 – Launching a Federal Strategy on Jobs and Tourism

0 0 0 28,234 28,234

20 – Strong Arctic and Northern Communities

0 0 0 424,900 424,900

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Canadian Security Intelligence Service

5 – Enhancing the Integrity of Canadaʼs Borders and Asylum System

0 0 0 162,177 162,177

10 – Helping Travellers Visit Canada

0 0 0 51,030 51,030

15 – Protecting Canada’s National Security

0 0 0 176,921 176,921

20 – Protecting the Rights and Freedoms of Canadians

0 0 0 491,445 491,445

25 – Renewing Canadaʼs Middle East Strategy

0 0 0 1,152,785 1,152,785

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Communications Security Establishment

10 – Protecting Canada’s National Security

0 0 0 228,531 228,531

15 – Protecting Democracy

0 0 0 193,216 193,216

20 – Renewing Canadaʼs Middle East Strategy

0 0 0 764,610 764,610

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Courts Administration Service

5 – Enhancing the Integrity of Canadaʼs Borders and Asylum System

0 0 0 176,175 176,175

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Department for Women and Gender Equality

10 – Advancing Gender Equality

0 0 0 349,233 349,233

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food

15 – A Food Policy for Canada

17,117,200 0 0 368,892 17,486,092

Reprofiled:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts reprofiled to subsequent fiscal years.

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Department of Canadian Heritage

1 – Operating expenditures

5,406,040 0 0 0 5,406,040

15 – Expanding Support for Artists and Cultural Events

0 0 0 67,305 67,305

20 – Inclusion of Canadians with Visual Impairments and Other Print Disabilities

0 0 0 93,368 93,368

25 – Introducing a New Anti-Racism Strategy

0 0 0 260,704 260,704

30 – National Day for Truth and Reconciliation

0 0 0 35,735 35,735

35 – Protecting Democracy

0 0 0 279,489 279,489

40 – Preserving, Promoting and Revitalizing Indigenous Languages

0 0 0 106,004 106,004

Reprofiled:

  • Operating expenditures for the New Anti-Racism Strategy.

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Department of Citizenship and Immigration

1 – Operating expenditures

9,600,000 0 2,277,964 0 11,877,964

15 – Enhancing the Integrity of Canadaʼs Borders and Asylum System

0 0 0 15,622,272 15,622,272

20 – Improving Immigration Client Service

0 0 0 4,066,008 4,066,008

25 – Helping Travellers Visit Canada

0 0 0 2,463,899 2,463,899

Reprofiled:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts reprofiled to subsequent fiscal years.

Reduction:

  • For revenue foregone as a result of lifting visa requirements for Romanian and Bulgarian nationals, and on loan interest.
  • Operating expenditures for the 2018 Immigration Levels Plan.

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Department of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs

1 – Operating expenditures

350,000 0 0 0 350,000

10 – Grants and contributions

2,642,217 0 0 0 2,642,217

50 – Supporting Indigenous Business Development

0 15,777,783 0 0 15,777,783

Reprofiled:

  • Operating expenditures for the Nunavut Settlement Agreement.
  • Transfer payments to support obligations under the Manitoba and Saskatchewan Treaty Land Entitlement Framework Agreements.

Transferred or reallocated:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes and reallocated to other departments through the Supplementary Estimates, mainly related to Supporting Indigenous Business Development.
Department of Employment and Social Development

5 – Grants and contributions

2,346,516 0 0 0 2,346,516

10 – Boosting the Capacity of the Federal Mediation and Conciliation Services

0 0 0 183,271 183,271

20 – Enhancing Supports for Apprenticeship

0 0 0 85,551 85,551

25 – Ensuring Income Security Benefits are Fair and Efficient

0 0 0 18,039,680 18,039,680

30 – Establishing a Permanent Global Talent Stream

0 0 0 1,150,741 1,150,741

35 – Expanding the Canada Service Corps

0 0 0 1,340,291 1,340,291

40 – Expanding the Student Work Placement Program

0 0 0 653,592 653,592

55 – Investing in Service Canada

0 0 0 13,694,134 13,694,134

60 – Resolving Income Security Program Disputes More Quickly and Easily

0 0 0 60,450 60,450

70 – Modernizing the Youth Employment Strategy

0 0 0 737,188 737,188

85 – Participation of Social Purpose Organizations in the Social Finance Market

0 0 0 308,738 308,738

Reprofiled:

  • Transfer payments for the Canadian National Institute for the Blind, Homelessness Partnering Strategy and the Ready Willing and Able programs.

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans and costs to be recovered from the Employment Insurance Account and the Canada Pension Plan.
Department of Finance

20 – Strengthening Canadaʼs Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorist Financing Regime

0 0 0 164,730 164,730

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Department of Fisheries and Oceans

5 – Capital expenditures

165,284,272 0 0 0 165,284,272

10 – Grants and contributions

30,794,262 500,000 0 0 31,294,262

15 – Canadaʼs Marine Safety Response

0 0 0 1,570,572 1,570,572

20 – Fisheries and Oceans Canada - Advancing Reconciliation

0 0 0 785,421 785,421

Reprofiled:

  • Capital investments in Commercial Icebreakers, Offshore Oceanographic Science Vessels, Vessel Life Extension and Helicopters.

Transferred or reallocated:

  • Transfer payments for the Quebec Fisheries Fund, Atlantic Fisheries Fund and Emergency Ice Assistance to East Coast Commercial Fishers.

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development

10 – Grants and contributions

1,282,383 18,192,575 0 0 19,474,958

35 – Protecting Canada’s National Security

0 0 0 255,168 255,168

40 – Protecting Democracy

0 0 0 88,181 88,181

45 – Renewing Canadaʼs Middle East Strategy

0 0 0 2,021,487 2,021,487

Reprofiled:

  • Transfer payments for the Canadian International Innovation Program.

Transferred or reallocated:

  • Reallocation to offset increased expenditures under the International Development (Financial Institutions) Assistance Act.

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Department of Health

10 – Grants and contributions

4,676,683 0 0 0 4,676,683

15 – Bringing Innovation to Regulations

0 0 0 2,790,629 2,790,629

20 – Enhancing the Federal Response to the Opioid Crisis in Canada

0 0 0 839,337 839,337

35 – Protecting Against Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy in Canada

0 0 0 160,287 160,287

Reprofiled:

  • Transfer payments for the Canadian Brain Research Fund Program.

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Department of Indian Affairs and Northern Development

5 – Capital expenditures

0 0 0 35,806 35,806

40 – Indigenous Youth and Reconciliation

0 0 0 4,864 4,864

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
  • Capital funding set aside to cover the costs of statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans for capital personnel expenditures.
Department of Indigenous Services

20 – Continuing Implementation of Jordanʼs Principle

0 0 0 4,690,991 4,690,991

30 – Ensuring Better Disaster Management Preparation and Response

0 0 0 91,404 91,404

45 – Improving Emergency Response On-Reserve

0 0 0 547,334 547,334

55 – Supporting Indigenous Post-Secondary Education

4,424,294 0 0 119,766 4,544,060

Reprofiled:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts reprofiled to subsequent fiscal years.

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Department of Industry

10 – Grants and contributions

239,310,194 0 0 0 239,310,194

25 – Access to High-Speed Internet for all Canadians

0 0 0 328,056 328,056

30 – Giving Young Canadians Digital Skills

0 0 0 248,990 248,990

35 – Preparing for a New Generation of Wireless Technology

0 0 0 1,266,718 1,266,718

45 – Protecting Canada’s National Security

0 0 0 283,628 283,628

65 – Supporting the work of the Business/Higher Education Roundtable

0 0 0 47,093 47,093

70 – Launching a Federal Strategy on Jobs and Tourism (FedNor)

0 0 0 34,742 34,742

Reprofiled:

  • Transfer payments for the Connect to Innovate, Innovation Superclusters Initiative, Strategic Innovation Fund and the Intellectual Property Strategy.

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Department of Justice

10 – Bringing Innovation to Regulations

0 0 0 721,434 721,434

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Department of National Defence

20 – Protecting Canada’s National Security

0 0 0 310,769 310,769

30 – Supporting Veterans as They Transition to Post-Service Life

0 0 0 4,483,609 4,483,609

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Department of Natural Resources

1 – Operating expenditures

3,031,705 0 0 0 3,031,705

10 – Grants and contributions

27,446,518 0 0 0 27,446,518

15 – Encouraging Canadians to Use Zero Emission Vehicles

0 0 0 131,402 131,402

20 – Engaging Indigenous Communities in Major Resource Projects

0 0 0 717,249 717,249

25 – Ensuring Better Disaster Management Preparation and Response

2,600,000 0 0 669,440 3,269,440

Reprofiled:

  • Operating expenditures for the Clean Growth Program.
  • Transfer payments for the Impact Canada Initiative, Clean Growth Program, Youth Employment Strategy, Gunnar Remediation and GI-Smart Grid Demonstration and Deployment.
  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts reprofiled to subsequent fiscal years.

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Department of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness

10 – Ensuring Better Disaster Management Preparation and Response

0 0 0 472,725 472,725

20 – Protecting Canada’s National Security

0 0 0 330,066 330,066

25 – Protecting Children from Sexual Exploitation Online

0 0 0 120,678 120,678

35 – Strengthening Canadaʼs Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorist Financing Regime

0 0 0 218,974 218,974

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Department of Public Works and Government Services

1 – Operating expenditures

43,044,366 0 0 0 43,044,366

5 – Capital expenditures

60,000,000 0 0 0 60,000,000

10 – Cost and Profit Assurance Program

0 0 0 852,323 852,323

15 – Ensuring Proper Payments for Public Servants

0 0 0 71,193,744 71,193,744

25 – Industrial Security Systems Transformation Project

0 0 0 374,201 374,201

30 – Maintaining Service Levels of the Controlled Goods Program

0 0 0 588,006 588,006

35 – Predictable Capital Funding

98,000,000 0 0 4,005,581 102,005,581

Reprofiled:

  • Operating expenditures for Federal Science and Technology Infrastructure Initiative.
  • Operating expenditures for an e-Procurement Solution.
  • Capital expenditures of the Capital Investment Fund.

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Department of the Environment

1 – Operating expenditures

13,500,000 0 0 0 13,500,000

10 – Grants and contributions

1,525,000 0 0 0 1,525,000

15 – Canadaʼs Marine Safety Response

0 0 0 467,882 467,882

20 – Ensuring Better Disaster Management Preparation and Response

0 0 0 198,215 198,215

25 – Implementing a Federal Carbon Offset System

0 0 0 508,309 508,309

Reprofiled:

  • Operating expenditures for the Federal Contaminated Sites Action Plan.
  • Transfer payments for the Expert Engagement Initiative on Clean Growth and Climate Change.

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Department of Transport

1 – Operating expenditures

10,368,879 0 0 0 10,368,879

5 – Capital expenditures

8,887,923 0 0 0 8,887,923

10 – Grants and contributions – Efficient Transportation System

5,270,492 0 0 0 5,270,492

15 – Grants and contributions – Green and Innovative Transportation System

21,821,943 0 0 0 21,821,943

25 – Bringing Innovation to Regulations

0 0 0 767,403 767,403

30 – Canadaʼs Marine Safety Response

0 0 0 300,496 300,496

35 – Delivering Better Service for Air Travellers

0 0 0 1,035,241 1,035,241

40 – Encouraging Canadians to Use Zero Emission Vehicles

0 0 0 275,000 275,000

50 – Safe and Secure Road and Rail Transportation

0 0 0 11,081,897 11,081,897

Reprofiled:

  • Operating expenditures for the Federal Contaminated Sites Action Plan and the National Trade Corridors Fund.
  • Capital investments for Strengthening Airports Serving Remote Communities, the Iqaluit Hanger and the Accelerated Infrastructure Program 2.
  • Transfer payments for the Gateways and Border Crossings Fund, Outaouais Road Agreement and Protecting Coastlines and Waterways.

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Department of Veterans Affairs

15 – Commemorating Canada’s Veterans

0 0 0 30,000 30,000

30 – Supporting Research on Military and Veteran Health

0 0 0 85,499 85,499

35 – Supporting Veterans as They Transition to Post-Service Life

0 0 0 1,393,356 1,393,356

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Department of Western Economic Diversification

10 – Launching a Federal Strategy on Jobs and Tourism

0 0 0 42,752 42,752

25 – Investing in a Diverse and Growing Western Economy

0 0 0 1,026,058 1,026,058

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec

5 – Grants and contributions

0 6,000,000 0 0 6,000,000

10 – Launching a Federal Strategy on Jobs and Tourism

0 0 0 38,630 38,630

Transferred or reallocated:

  • Transfer payments for the Quebec Fisheries Fund.

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario

10 – Launching a Federal Strategy on Jobs and Tourism

0 0 0 53,590 53,590

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada

5 – Strengthening Canadaʼs Anti-Money Laundering and Anti-Terrorist Financing Regime

0 0 0 465,318 465,318

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Immigration and Refugee Board

1 – Program expenditures

15,000,000 0 0 0 15,000,000

5 – Enhancing the Integrity of Canadaʼs Borders and Asylum System

0 0 0 7,575,401 7,575,401

Reprofiled:

  • Operating expenditures for the Integrity of Canadaʼs Borders and Asylum System.

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Marine Atlantic Inc.

1 – Payments to the corporation

0 0 13,000,000 0 13,000,000

Reduction:

  • Capital investments for the refurbishment of the MV Leif Ericson.
National Research Council of Canada

10 – Grants and contributions

26,000,000 291,000 0 0 26,291,000

Reprofiled:

  • Transfer payments to support the Thirty Meter Telescope Observatory.

Transferred or reallocated:

  • Transfer payments for the Innovative Solutions Canada Program.
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council

10 – Paid Parental Leave for Student Researchers

0 0 0 35,287 35,287

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Office of Infrastructure of Canada

10 – Grants and contributions

40,078,593 0 0 0 40,078,593

Reprofiled:

  • Transfer payments for commitments of P3 Canada Fund of PPP Canada.
Office of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs

10 – Enhancing the Integrity of Canadaʼs Borders and Asylum System

0 0 0 1,168,987 1,168,987

15 – Supporting Judicial Advisory Committee Members

0 0 0 24,684 24,684

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans and Enhancing the Integrity of Canada’s Borders and Asylum System.
Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions

5 – Supporting the Public Prosecution Service of Canada

0 0 0 1,200,000 1,200,000

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Offices of the Information and Privacy Commissioners of Canada

5 – Program expenditures – Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada

800,000 0 0 0 800,000

10 – Support for Access to Information – Office of the Information Commissioner of Canada

0 0 0 459,147 459,147

15 – Protecting the Privacy of Canadians – Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada

0 0 0 1,050,803 1,050,803

Reprofiled:

  • Operating expenditures for Protecting the privacy of Canadians.

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Parks Canada Agency

1 – Program expenditures

502,632,560 2,500,000 0 0 505,132,560

Reprofiled:

  • Capital investments in the Federal Infrastructure Initiative.

Transferred or reallocated:

  • Operating expenditures for the Inuit Impact and Benefit Agreement.
Public Health Agency of Canada

10 – Grants and contributions

600,000 0 0 0 600,000

15 – Introducing a National Dementia Strategy

0 0 0 223,357 223,357

25 – Supporting a Pan-Canadian Suicide Prevention Service

0 0 0 138,377 138,377

Reprofiled:

  • Transfer payments for Climate Change.

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Royal Canadian Mounted Police

15 – Delivering Better Service for Air Travellers

0 0 0 368,326 368,326

20 – Enhancing the Integrity of Canadaʼs Borders and Asylum System

0 0 0 3,321,416 3,321,416

25 – Protecting Canada’s National Security

0 0 0 188,820 188,820

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Shared Services Canada

1 – Operating expenditures

66,823,404 0 0 0 66,823,404

5 – Capital expenditures

47,523,788 0 0 0 47,523,788

Reprofiled:

  • Operating and capital expenditures for the Work Load Migration Program.
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council

10 – Paid Parental Leave for Student Researchers

0 0 0 35,287 35,287

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
Statistics Canada

5 – Monitoring Purchases of Canadian Real Estate

0 0 0 138,531 138,531

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
The Jacques-Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc.

1 – Payments to the corporation

71,978,467 0 0 0 71,978,467

Reprofiled:

  • Operating expenditures and capital investments for the Jacques-Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc.
Treasury Board Secretariat

10 – Government-wide Initiatives

0 23,921,139 0 9,096,621 33,017,760

25 – Operating Budget Carry Forward

0 0 0 348,704,061 348,704,061

35 – Capital Budget Carry Forward

0 0 0 83,376,345 83,376,345

45 – Advancing Gender Equality

0 0 0 35,710 35,710

50 – Ensuring Proper Payments for Public Servants

0 0 0 4,403,889 4,403,889

Transferred or reallocated:

  • Operating expenditures for Federal Accessibility Legislation, Pay Equity Administration and LNG Canada Support Measures.
  • Grants and contributions to the Canadian Accessibility Standards Development Organization for Federal Accessibility Legislation.

Other:

  • Funding withheld in Treasury Board Vote 10 and Budget Measure votes for amounts set aside to cover the costs of office accommodation, information technology services and statutory expenditures related to Employee Benefit Plans.
  • Figures include uncommitted authorities in Treasury Board central votes in excess of government wide requirements.
VIA Rail Canada Inc.

1 – Payments to the Corporation

221,924,697 0 0 0 221,924,697

Reprofiled:

  • Capital investments for various projects including fleet renewal and new Grade Crossing Regulations.
Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority

1 – Payments to the Authority

1,726,582 0 0 0 1,726,582

Reprofiled:

  • Operating expenditures and capital investments for the Gordie Howe International Bridge.
Total 1,825,143,068 67,182,497 45,797,229 700,172,844 2,638,295,638
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