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Section III – Supplementary Information

Financial Highlights

($ Thousands)
Condensed Statement of Financial Position
At end of Fiscal Year (March 31, 2010)
% Change 2008–09 2009–10
Accounts Receivables and Advances 80.8% 311 172
Prepaid Expenses -38.0% 546 881
Tangible Capital Assets -6.2% 16,923 18,038
Total Assets -6.9% 17,780 19,091
Total -6.9% 17,780 19,091
Accounts Payables and accrued liabilities -32.1% 3,999 5,886
Vacation pay and compensatory leave -2.4% 995 1,019
Employee severance benefits 13.2% 6,268 5,539
Total Liabilities -9.5% 11,262 12,444
Equity -1.9% 6,518 6,647
Total Equity -1.9% 6,518 6,647
Total -6.9% 17,780 19,091

($ Thousands)
Condensed Statement of Financial Operations
At end of Fiscal Year (March 31, 2010)
% Change 2008–09 2009–10
Contribution 16.7% 1,400 1,200
Operating Expenses 0.2% 52,919 52,839
Total Expenses 0.5% 54,319 54,039
Revenues not available for spending - 178 -
Total Revenues - 178 -
Net Cost of Operations 0.2% 54,141 54,039

Financial Highlights Charts/Graphs

This chart shows the 2009-2010 Net Cost of Operations

The net cost of operations for fiscal year 2009-10 was $54.1M, an increase of 0.2% over the previous year's net cost of operation of $54M. Salaries and employee benefits, in the amount of $34.3M, represent the largest portion with 63% of the total cost. Other operating expenses, in the amount of $18.6M detailed in the chart below, represent 34% of the total cost. The Contribution for the establishment of the Egmont Group Secretariat totalling $1.4M in 2009-10, represents 3% of the net cost of operations. Finally, Revenues not available for spending in the amount of $177,930 represents a minimal percentage of total net cost of operations.

2009-2010 Operating Expenses

Operating expenses, excluding salaries and employee benefits, totalled $18.6M in fiscal year 2009-2010. The largest share of expenses were the amortization of tangible capital assets ($5.3M), professional and special services ($3.5M), accommodations ($3.4M), repair and maintenance ($3.1M). Other significant costs were travel and relocation, telecommunication services, utilities, material and supplies, machinery and equipment, communication services and other expenditures.

Financial Statements

List of Supplementary Information Tables

The following supplementary information tables to the 2009-10 Departmental Performance Report can be found on the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat's website at:

  • Sources of Respendable and Non-Respendable Revenue
  • Horizontal Initiatives
  • Response to Parliamentary Committees and External Audits
  • Internal Audits and Evaluations

1 Commencing in the 2009-10 Estimates cycle, the resources for Program Activity: Internal Service is displayed separately from other program activities; they are no longer distributed among the remaining program activities, as was the case in previous Main Estimates. This has affected the comparability of spending and FTE information by Program Activity between fiscal years.