Supplementary Estimates (A), 2014-15
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Structure of these Supplementary Estimates
This Supplementary Estimates document is presented in four sections:
- Introduction to Supplementary Estimates;
- Summary Tables;
- Details by Organization; and
Purpose and General Information
Each year, the government prepares Estimates in support of its request to Parliament for authority to spend public funds. This request for spending authority is formalized through the introduction of appropriation bills in Parliament. The Main Estimates and Supplementary Estimates are tabled in the House of Commons by the President of the Treasury Board and support Parliament's consideration of the appropriation bills. As with other bills, appropriation bills become law after being approved by both the House of Commons and the Senate and receiving Royal Assent.
The purpose of Supplementary Estimates is to present to Parliament information on the Government of Canada's 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. Also included for Parliament's information and eventual approval through an appropriation bill are such items as: transfers of money between Votes; debt deletion; loan guarantees; new or increased grants; and changes to Vote wording.
Supplementary Estimates documents are tabled in Parliament in advance of the related appropriation bill that, when approved, provides the necessary authority for the Government of Canada to spend monies from the Consolidated Revenue Fund to deliver its programs and services. This provides the various Standing Committees of Parliament with time to review proposed spending before the introduction of the appropriation bill.
Supplementary Estimates also provide updated information on changes to expenditure forecasts of major statutory items for information purposes only. These expenditures already have legislative authority and so will not appear in the appropriation bill related to these Supplementary Estimates but are available online.
It is the practice to table a Supplementary Estimates for each of the three Parliamentary Supply periods ending June 23, December 10, and March 26. These Supplementary Estimates (A), 2014–15 are the first of three Supplementary Estimates planned for this fiscal year.
Summary of Estimates
Estimates to date 2014–15
The 2014–15 Main Estimates were tabled on February 27, 2014, supporting the government's request to Parliament for authority through annual appropriations to spend $86.3 billion in voted budgetary expenditures and $26.7 million in voted non-budgetary expenditures and presenting information on the statutory amounts of $149.1 billion in budgetary expenditures and $10.1 billion in net non-budgetary recoveries. Royal Assent for Appropriation Act No. 1, 2014–15 was granted on March 27, 2014 and provided interim supply to appropriation-dependent organizations until the end of June 2014. The President of the Treasury Board will introduce a bill requesting the remainder of the funding included in Main Estimates in June.
Given the differences in timing of the preparation of the Main Estimates and the Budget, the 2014–15 Main Estimates do not include new measures from Budget 2014. Following an announcement in the Budget, organizations must prepare detailed spending plans for Treasury Board approval before new spending is presented in Estimates. As the amount of time needed to develop plans varies by initiative, new Budget measures will not all appear in the same Estimates. The number of new Budget initiatives presented in Supplementary Estimates (A) also varies from year to year depending on the timing of the Budget. Items announced in Budget 2014 are identified in these Supplementary Estimates and will be identified in future Estimates documents.
The Supplementary Estimates (A) provides information in support of requests for Parliament's approval of $2.4 billion in voted budgetary appropriations – which represent an increase of 2.8% over Main Estimates – and $44.4 million in non-budgetary expenditures (loans, investments and advances). Information related to an increase of $11.4 million in forecast budgetary statutory expenditures is available online.
|2012–13 Expenditures||2013–14 Estimates to date||Previous Estimates To Date||These Supplementary Estimates||Proposed Authorities|
|Main Estimates||Supplementary A||Supplementary B||Supplementary C||Total|
The following section provides an overview of major voted initiatives included in these Supplementary Estimates in support of Parliamentary approval.
Employment and Social Development: $499.2 million
Funding for the Canada Job Fund, including the Canada Job Grant (Budget 2013)
The overarching goal of the Canada Job Fund is to increase the participation of Canadians in the labour force and help them to develop the skills necessary to find and keep a job. The Canada Job Fund consists of three streams: the Canada Job Grant; employer-sponsored training; employment services and supports. Businesses with a plan to train Canadians for an existing job or a better job will be eligible to apply for a Canada Job Grant. The Canada Job Grant provides for a maximum of $15,000 in training for each participant. The federal/provincial/territorial governments' contribution is two-thirds and the employer contribution is one-third. The annual allocation of funding for provinces and territories will based on an equal per capita share and $500,000 in annual supplementary funding provided to each territory.
The Jacques-Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc.: $253.7 million
Funding for the operation, repairs and maintenance of federal structures in Montreal (Budget 2014)
Budget 2014 provided funding for repairs to the Jacques-Cartier and Champlain Bridges and related federally-owned structures. This funding will support:
- Urgent safety-related repairs which began in the fall of 2013 on the Champlain Bridge's edge girders. The repair work will continue over the next four years;
- Construction of the temporary bridge-causeway to replace the Nun's Island Bridge. The temporary causeway is scheduled to be in operation by March 2015; and
- Repairs to the Jacques Cartier and Honoré Mercier bridges, the Bonaventure Expressway, the federal portion of Autoroute 15, the Melocheville Tunnel, and the Champlain Bridge Ice Control Structure.
PPP Canada Inc.: $200.0 million
Funding for the operations of PPP Canada Inc. and delivery of the P3 Canada Fund investments (Budget 2013)
This funding is part of the $1.25 billion five-year renewal of the P3 Canada Fund announced in Budget 2013. Provinces, municipalities, territories and First Nations communities may seek support from the P3 Canada Fund for infrastructure projects in the form of non-repayable contributions, repayable contributions, loans or loan guarantees, of up to 25% of eligible costs. PPP Canada Inc. will launch its sixth call for project proposals in early 2014–15.
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited: $195.0 million
Funding to meet operational requirements in order to fulfill the Government's commitment to supply medical isotopes and to facilitate the transition of the nuclear laboratories (Budget 2014)
This funding will allow Atomic Energy of Canada Limited to maintain safe and reliable operations at the Chalk River Laboratories, ensure a secure supply of medical isotopes and prepare for the expected transition of the laboratories to a government-owned, contractor-operated model.
Natural Resources: $195.0 million
Funding for the extension of the Nuclear Legacy Liabilities Program to continue to control and reduce risks and liabilities at Atomic Energy of Canada Limited sites
This funding will support decommissioning and site restoration projects and activities by Natural Resources at current and former Atomic Energy of Canada Limited sites. The program's aim is to address contaminated buildings and infrastructure, accumulated waste, and affected lands resulting from research and development activities that date back to the beginning of nuclear technologies and medicine in Canada. The program's current activities focus on designing, building and operating facilities for the safe and cost-effective management of waste.
Office of Infrastructure of Canada: $142.2 million
Funding for the New Building Canada Fund (Budget 2013)
The New Building Canada Fund, announced in Budget 2013, is comprised of two components: the National Infrastructure Component, targeting economic projects of national significance; and the Provincial-Territorial Infrastructure Component for projects in support of economic growth, a clean environment and strong communities. Eligible project categories under the National Infrastructure Component will target projects providing the greatest economic impact, including highways and major roads, public transit, rail infrastructure, local and regional airports, and port infrastructure. The Provincial-Territorial Infrastructure Component will include funding for national and regional projects along with the Small Communities Fund supporting projects in communities with less than 100,000 residents.
Indian Affairs and Northern Development: $136.3 million
Funding for the renewal of the First Nations Water and Wastewater Action Plan (Budget 2014)
These funds will support water and wastewater treatment facility construction and renovations, operation and maintenance of facilities, training of operators, monitoring of drinking water quality and related public health activities on reserves.
Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development: $133.6 million
Funding for the consolidation of the Canadian High Commission at Trafalgar Square, London
Funding will support the consolidation of the Canadian High Commission at Trafalgar Square, London including renovations of the new High Commission and Official Residence and leasehold extension of Canada House. The sale of MacDonald House – which currently houses the High Commission's operations – was completed in March 2014.
Indian Affairs and Northern Development: $127.7 million
Funding related to the assessment, management and remediation of federal contaminated sites
The Federal Contaminated Sites Action Plan supports activities to reduce and eventually eliminate federal financial liability for contaminated sites. Funding sought through these Supplementary Estimates will support assessment, management and remediation of sites under the responsibility of Indian Affairs and Northern Development, including the Faro and Giant mines. Faro Mine is a former open-pit lead and zinc mine in the Yukon Territory with approximately 55 million tonnes of tailings and 350 million tonnes of waste rock that have the potential for generating acid rock drainage and releasing metals into the aquatic environment. Giant Mine is an abandoned gold mine in the Northwest Territories containing high levels of contaminants, most notably arsenic trioxide, and poses significant short- and long-term risks to human health and safety and the environment.
Office of Infrastructure of Canada: $119.8 million
Funding for the construction of a new bridge for the St. Lawrence (Budget 2014)
The St. Lawrence corridor project includes a new bridge for the St. Lawrence (from Montreal to the South Shore), a new Nuns' Island Bridge and reconstruction and widening of the federal portion of Autoroute 15. Construction is set to begin in the summer of 2015. The new bridge for the St. Lawrence will be in service in 2018, and the rest of the corridor will be completed in 2020. Funding in these Estimates will support land acquisition and various associated activities to advance the procurement of the project through a public-private partnership model.
VIA Rail Canada Inc.: $101.6 million
Funding for incremental pension requirements
This funding will allow VIA Rail Canada Inc. to make pension contributions to address the solvency of its pension plans.
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness: $95.0 million
Financial assistance to the Province of Quebec for decontamination costs following the train derailment and explosion in Lac-Mégantic, Quebec
This funding will be used to reimburse the Province of Quebec for 50% of environmental clean-up and decontamination costs resulting from the July 2013 disaster. The clean-up requires removal of and treatment of over 100,000 cubic metres of contaminated soil, water and shoreline clean-up of the lake and the Chaudière River, as well as restoration of the town's sewer system which was flooded with oil.
|Organization||Vote Number and Description||Amount ($)||Increase/decrease as a percentage of Proposed Authorities to date|
|Employment and Social Development||Vote 5a – Grants and contributions||475,235,798||27.9|
|The Jacques-Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc.||Vote 1a – Payments to the Jacques-Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc.||253,652,000||63.4|
|Indian Affairs and Northern Development||Vote 10a – Grants and contributions||209,312,269||3.0|
|PPP Canada Inc.||Vote 3a – Payments to PPP Canada Inc. for P3 Canada Fund investments||197,700,000||This is the total amount for 2014–15|
|Natural Resources||Vote 1a – Operating expenditures||195,000,000||23.1|
|Atomic Energy of Canada Limited||Vote 1a – Payments to Atomic Energy of Canada Limited for operating and capital expenditures||195,000,000||65.6|
|Office of Infrastructure of Canada||Vote 5a – Contributions||142,200,000||9.6|
|Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development||Vote 5a – Capital expenditures||133,617,958||47.9|
|VIA Rail Canada Inc.||Vote 1a – Payments to VIA Rail Canada Inc.||101,600,000||35.7|
|Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness||Vote 5a – Grants and contributions||95,000,000||8.7|
Changes to the structure of Government reflected in these Supplementary Estimates
Pursuant to the Public Service Rearrangement and Transfer of Duties Act, the Government announced the following changes which are displayed in these Supplementary Estimates:
- Order in Councils P.C. 2012-1350 and P.C. 2012-1352 impact the Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority.
- Order in Councils P.C. 2014-142 and P.C. 2014-146 impact The Jacques-Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc.
- Order in Council P.C. 2014-144 impacts the Office of Infrastructure of Canada.
Changes to voted and statutory authorities included in these Supplementary Estimates
Changes to authorities sought through these Supplementary Estimates include Votes and Statutory items that contain specific authorities that differ from those included in the 2014–15 Main Estimates as well as new expenditure authorities. Vote wording of new vote authorities are indicated in the table called "Annex – Items for inclusion in the Proposed Schedules to the Appropriation Bill" found at the end of this publication. Consistent with a 1981 ruling by the Speaker of the House of Commons, the Government has made a commitment that the only legislation that will be enacted through the Estimates process, other than cases specifically authorized by Statute, will be the amendment to previous Appropriation Acts.
New vote authorities sought by:
- Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Vote L21a)
- Office of Infrastructure of Canada (Vote 3a)
- PPP Canada Inc. (Vote 3a)
- Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority (Vote 3a)
The following vote wording (underscore) has been amended since the 2014–15 Main Estimates:
There is no Vote wording being amended.
New statutory authorities included in these Supplementary Estimates:
There are no new statutory authorities included.
The following statutory wording (underscore) has been amended since the 2014–15 Main Estimates:
There is no statutory wording being amended.
Estimates by Organization
135 organizations are represented in the 2014-15 Estimates. Of these, 16 organizations have identified additional requirements as part of these Supplementary Estimates.
|Department, Agency or Crown corporation||2012–13Expenditures||2013–14 Estimates to date||Previous Estimates To Date||These Supplementary Estimates||Proposed Authorities|
|Agriculture and Agri-Food||2,681,559,075||2,466,771,107||2,253,196,812||0||2,253,196,812|
|Assisted Human Reproduction Agency of Canada||1,483,542||0||0||0||0|
|Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency||315,661,947||310,680,951||288,486,384||0||288,486,384|
|Atomic Energy of Canada Limited||551,843,000||486,982,537||102,143,000||195,000,000||297,143,000|
|Canada Border Services Agency||1,707,356,008||1,732,329,044||1,736,391,109||0||1,736,391,109|
|Canada Council for the Arts||181,367,816||181,437,817||182,092,916||0||182,092,916|
|Canada Industrial Relations Board||12,786,116||13,553,965||13,363,956||0||13,363,956|
|Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation||2,086,397,954||2,100,578,000||2,097,353,000||0||2,097,353,000|
|Canada Post Corporation||22,210,000||22,210,000||22,210,000||0||22,210,000|
|Canada Revenue Agency||4,318,468,143||4,018,152,726||3,861,256,109||0||3,861,256,109|
|Canada School of Public Service||97,265,227||98,464,321||85,490,028||0||85,490,028|
|Canadian Air Transport Security Authority||513,369,000||598,286,200||591,626,313||0||591,626,313|
|Canadian Artists and Producers Professional Relations Tribunal||1,513,390||0||0||0||0|
|Canadian Broadcasting Corporation||1,106,519,060||1,064,769,060||1,038,018,212||0||1,038,018,212|
|Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety||5,457,315||4,971,152||5,059,041||0||5,059,041|
|Canadian Commercial Corporation||15,481,540||15,481,540||15,654,204||0||15,654,204|
|Canadian Dairy Commission||4,086,096||3,985,810||3,610,936||0||3,610,936|
|Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency||27,948,825||31,006,012||30,964,106||0||30,964,106|
|Canadian Food Inspection Agency||782,055,725||725,341,196||619,327,735||0||619,327,735|
|Canadian Grain Commission||37,134,246||37,568,653||16,383,894||0||16,383,894|
|Canadian Human Rights Commission||24,383,176||22,461,289||22,099,726||0||22,099,726|
|Canadian Human Rights Tribunal||4,219,609||4,521,383||4,532,525||0||4,532,525|
|Canadian Institutes of Health Research||997,052,742||997,506,549||984,951,962||0||984,951,962|
|Canadian Intergovernmental Conference Secretariat||5,155,480||6,035,504||5,957,163||0||5,957,163|
|Canadian International Development Agency||3,409,557,434||3,159,329,240||0||0||0|
|Canadian International Trade Tribunal||11,501,327||9,893,541||9,476,739||0||9,476,739|
|Canadian Museum for Human Rights||56,935,796||31,700,000||21,700,000||0||21,700,000|
|Canadian Museum of History||64,364,831||58,918,730||63,430,033||0||63,430,033|
|Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21||9,976,473||18,450,000||9,900,000||0||9,900,000|
|Canadian Museum of Nature||34,370,062||25,834,904||26,127,096||0||26,127,096|
|Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency||52,388,610||53,442,608||30,945,766||19,881,215||50,826,981|
|Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission||139,699,154||135,737,179||131,637,295||0||131,637,295|
|Canadian Polar Commission||1,317,735||2,576,669||2,576,360||0||2,576,360|
|Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission||14,733,761||11,206,859||10,586,699||0||10,586,699|
|Canadian Security Intelligence Service||496,420,949||516,966,806||516,236,757||0||516,236,757|
|Canadian Space Agency||320,245,415||488,680,928||462,447,174||0||462,447,174|
|Canadian Tourism Commission||71,495,802||57,832,802||57,972,388||0||57,972,388|
|Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board||31,656,277||30,509,431||29,042,391||0||29,042,391|
|Canadian Transportation Agency||28,700,844||27,660,522||27,650,622||0||27,650,622|
|Chief Electoral Officer||119,580,193||115,854,117||97,110,432||0||97,110,432|
|Citizenship and Immigration||1,523,325,468||1,640,588,995||1,385,441,063||0||1,385,441,063|
|Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs||485,102,600||498,375,214||511,708,846||0||511,708,846|
|Communications Security Establishment||414,494,557||443,746,558||829,131,918||0||829,131,918|
|Correctional Service of Canada||2,642,999,211||2,602,274,955||2,334,682,392||0||2,334,682,392|
|Courts Administration Service||65,584,207||68,490,773||68,044,743||0||68,044,743|
|Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec||296,429,346||305,734,765||247,840,617||0||247,840,617|
|Employment and Social Development||48,434,964,624||50,593,566,774||51,670,772,727||485,000,000||52,155,772,727|
|Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation||60,667,000||52,848,000||49,536,000||0||49,536,000|
|Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario||241,720,967||242,644,766||206,764,115||0||206,764,115|
|Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada||53,993,571||51,402,907||49,189,312||0||49,189,312|
|First Nations Statistical Institute||2,028,410||0||0||0||0|
|Fisheries and Oceans||1,777,105,244||1,788,860,917||1,605,310,848||0||1,605,310,848|
|Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development||2,394,879,111||2,630,065,344||5,349,525,157||134,040,781||5,483,565,938|
|Hazardous Materials Information Review Commission||4,885,371||3,732,855||0||0||0|
|House of Commons||429,936,971||444,998,301||413,725,137||5,048,736||418,773,873|
|Immigration and Refugee Board||134,258,443||122,919,932||121,060,649||0||121,060,649|
|Indian Affairs and Northern Development||8,095,142,342||8,675,285,390||8,053,975,405||316,301,660||8,370,277,065|
|Indian Residential Schools Truth and Reconciliation Commission||11,818,315||9,748,946||2,069,718||3,521,303||5,591,021|
|International Development Research Centre||156,223,043||225,631,734||188,019,646||0||188,019,646|
|International Joint Commission (Canadian Section)||6,507,498||6,741,805||6,746,957||0||6,746,957|
|Library and Archives of Canada||118,923,232||99,041,196||95,864,788||0||95,864,788|
|Library of Parliament||44,427,951||42,949,558||41,970,007||0||41,970,007|
|Marine Atlantic Inc.||184,876,000||154,430,000||127,484,000||0||127,484,000|
|Military Grievances External Review Committee||5,850,236||6,695,009||6,730,577||0||6,730,577|
|Military Police Complaints Commission||5,301,489||10,920,967||5,618,520||0||5,618,520|
|National Arts Centre Corporation||35,601,174||34,121,175||34,219,186||0||34,219,186|
|National Battlefields Commission||9,623,141||9,248,323||14,151,109||0||14,151,109|
|National Capital Commission||108,833,873||116,457,834||88,366,659||0||88,366,659|
|National Energy Board||69,545,641||74,816,291||71,316,050||0||71,316,050|
|National Film Board||68,751,861||62,890,037||59,912,241||0||59,912,241|
|National Gallery of Canada||48,830,762||43,426,120||43,770,723||0||43,770,723|
|National Museum of Science and Technology||31,517,304||26,491,340||26,862,194||0||26,862,194|
|National Research Council of Canada||804,804,912||889,100,440||896,432,878||25,000,000||921,432,878|
|National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy||5,443,398||0||0||0||0|
|Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council||1,075,981,272||1,068,005,966||1,063,174,249||0||1,063,174,249|
|Northern Pipeline Agency||1,920,142||3,123,930||750,000||0||750,000|
|Office of Infrastructure of Canada||3,752,656,392||4,149,167,829||3,321,597,771||312,704,308||3,634,302,079|
|Office of the Commissioner of Lobbying||4,745,314||4,423,541||4,432,300||0||4,432,300|
|Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages||21,134,016||23,871,668||20,776,952||0||20,776,952|
|Office of the Communications Security Establishment Commissioner||2,285,719||2,112,886||2,024,288||0||2,024,288|
|Office of the Conflict of Interest and Ethics Commissioner||6,453,449||7,035,401||6,938,405||0||6,938,405|
|Office of the Co-ordinator, Status of Women||29,728,186||31,425,518||29,607,730||0||29,607,730|
|Office of the Correctional Investigator||4,576,386||4,676,785||4,659,652||0||4,659,652|
|Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions||163,366,823||166,206,461||167,815,874||0||167,815,874|
|Office of the Public Sector Integrity Commissioner||5,542,996||5,674,899||5,426,234||0||5,426,234|
|Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions||(312,736)||909,369||142,763,529||0||142,763,529|
|Offices of the Information and Privacy Commissioners of Canada||37,831,536||43,629,683||35,521,413||0||35,521,413|
|Old Port of Montreal Corporation Inc.||24,472,000||24,472,000||0||0||0|
|Parks Canada Agency||630,547,591||629,929,875||612,465,134||0||612,465,134|
|Parole Board of Canada||46,511,790||48,679,516||47,128,994||0||47,128,994|
|Patented Medicine Prices Review Board||8,056,803||10,944,073||10,927,030||0||10,927,030|
|PPP Canada Inc.||287,450,000||265,200,000||9,500,000||200,000,000||209,500,000|
|Public Health Agency of Canada||619,656,229||612,546,137||614,696,685||0||614,696,685|
|Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness||584,273,778||1,364,058,230||1,122,768,356||95,000,000||1,217,768,356|
|Public Service Commission||95,730,066||90,453,595||83,693,487||0||83,693,487|
|Public Service Labour Relations Board||13,634,340||13,774,423||13,745,412||0||13,745,412|
|Public Service Staffing Tribunal||5,108,807||5,443,445||5,481,116||0||5,481,116|
|Public Works and Government Services||2,737,533,257||2,860,944,387||2,664,123,913||0||2,664,123,913|
|Registry of the Competition Tribunal||1,736,812||2,331,323||2,345,306||0||2,345,306|
|Registry of the Public Servants Disclosure Protection Tribunal||1,659,741||1,834,375||1,845,622||0||1,845,622|
|Registry of the Specific Claims Tribunal||2,137,613||2,858,806||2,897,525||0||2,897,525|
|Royal Canadian Mounted Police||3,124,399,359||2,764,963,952||2,625,976,343||0||2,625,976,343|
|Royal Canadian Mounted Police External Review Committee||1,595,595||1,644,413||961,418||0||961,418|
|Royal Canadian Mounted Police Public Complaints Commission||8,011,001||10,145,960||10,010,382||0||10,010,382|
|Security Intelligence Review Committee||2,901,273||2,766,304||2,786,799||0||2,786,799|
|Senate Ethics Officer||649,631||934,294||1,166,750||0||1,166,750|
|Shared Services Canada||1,381,149,095||1,601,607,647||1,473,323,577||0||1,473,323,577|
|Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council||696,432,583||696,015,689||691,750,165||0||691,750,165|
|Standards Council of Canada||10,318,993||9,729,000||11,729,000||0||11,729,000|
|Supreme Court of Canada||31,219,818||30,774,824||31,389,794||0||31,389,794|
|The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited||18,185,400||14,338,293||21,040,000||0||21,040,000|
|The Jacques-Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc.||109,054,244||274,566,409||146,168,159||253,652,000||399,820,159|
|Transportation Appeal Tribunal of Canada||1,584,918||1,419,871||1,416,074||0||1,416,074|
|Treasury Board Secretariat||2,762,026,013||7,508,518,714||7,364,924,114||74,920,000||7,439,844,114|
|Veterans Review and Appeal Board||11,963,471||11,556,729||10,887,938||0||10,887,938|
|VIA Rail Canada Inc.||419,958,000||439,383,000||183,061,756||101,600,000||284,661,756|
|Western Economic Diversification||183,718,483||192,374,182||158,907,952||0||158,907,952|
|Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority||0||0||0||5,661,030||5,661,030|
|Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation||(3,471,553,310)||(41,866,564,000)||(10,880,408,000)||0||(10,880,408,000)|
|Canadian Dairy Commission||69,215,982||0||0||0||0|
|Canadian International Development Agency||93,401,393||81,595,260||0||0||0|
|Citizenship and Immigration||(979,983)||0||0||0||0|
|Correctional Service of Canada||145||0||0||0||0|
|Employment and Social Development||980,677,937||760,632,426||779,981,475||0||779,981,475|
|Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development||(2,945,824)||1||50,082,306||0||50,082,306|
|Indian Affairs and Northern Development||43,894,658||70,303,000||25,903,000||44,400,000||70,303,000|
|Public Works and Government Services||2,762,866||0||0||0||0|
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