PUBLIC SAFETY AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS

Department
Canada Border Services Agency
Canadian Security Intelligence Service
Correctional Service
National Parole Board
Office of Indian Residential Schools Resolution of Canada
Office of the Correctional Investigator
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Royal Canadian Mounted Police External Review Committee
Royal Canadian Mounted Police Public Complaints Commission


Ministry Summary

    Previous   Allocation     Special           Total  
Vote (dollars)   Estimates   from TB Votes   Warrants   Appropriation  





 
 
  Department          
1   Operating expenditures .................................................   86,220,000   . . . . .   43,983,063   130,203,063  
5   The grants listed in the Estimates and contributions ....   335,437,000   . . . . .   . . . . .   335,437,000  


                  Total Department ...........................................   421,657,000   . . . . .   43,983,063   465,640,063  
 
  Canada Border Services Agency          
10   Operating expenditures and, pursuant to paragraph          
  29.1(2)(a) of the Financial Administration Act ,          
  authority to expend in the current fiscal year revenues          
  received during the fiscal year related to the border          
  operations of the Canada Border Services Agency:          
  fees for the provision of a service or the use of a          
  facility or for a product, right or privilege; and          
  payments received under contracts entered into by the          
  Agency ..........................................................................   863,931,000   . . . . .   180,000,000   1,043,931,000  
15   Capital expenditures......................................................   32,297,000   . . . . .   . . . . .   32,297,000  


                  Total Agency..................................................   896,228,000   . . . . .   180,000,000   1,076,228,000  
 
  Canadian Firearms Centre          
20   Operating expenditures, excluding those for          
  registration activities and functions ..............................   49,564,000   . . . . .   . . . . .   49,564,000  
25   Operating expenditures for registration activities and          
  functions........................................................................   14,550,000   . . . . .   . . . . .   14,550,000  
30   Contributions ................................................................   14,000,000   . . . . .   . . . . .   14,000,000  


                  Total Agency..................................................   78,114,000   . . . . .   . . . . .   78,114,000  
 
  Canadian Security Intelligence Service          
35   Program expenditures ...................................................   259,097,000   . . . . .   63,387,650   322,484,650  
 
  Correctional Service          
40   Penitentiary Service and National Parole Service -          
  Operating expenditures, the grants listed in the          
  Estimates, contributions, and          
  ( a ) authority to pay into the Inmate Welfare Fund          
  revenue derived during the year from projects          
  operated by inmates and financed by that Fund;          
  ( b ) authority to operate canteens in federal institutions          
  and to deposit revenue from sales into the Inmate          
  Welfare Fund;          
  ( c ) payments, in accordance with terms and          
  conditions prescribed by the Governor in Council, to          
  or on behalf of discharged inmates who suffer          
  physical disability caused by participation in normal          
  program activity in federal institutions, and to          
  dependants of deceased inmates and ex-inmates          
  whose death resulted from participation in normal          
  program activity in federal institutions; and          
  ( d ) authority for the Solicitor General of Canada,          
  subject to the approval of the Governor in Council, to          
  enter into an agreement with any province for the          
  confinement in institutions of that province of any          
  persons sentenced or committed to a penitentiary, for          
  compensation for the maintenance of such persons          
  and for payment in respect of the construction and          
  related costs of such institutions ...................................   1,296,512,000   . . . . .   92,278,603   1,388,790,603  
45   Penitentiary Service and National Parole Service -          
  Capital expenditures, including payments as          
  contributions to          
  ( a ) aboriginal communities as defined in section 79 of          
  the Corrections and Conditional Release Act in          
  connection with the provision of correctional services          
  pursuant to section 81 of that Act; and          
  ( b ) non-profit organizations involved in community          
  corrections operations, provinces and municipalities          
  towards construction done by those bodies ..................   138,217,000   . . . . .   . . . . .   138,217,000  


                  Total Agency..................................................   1,434,729,000   . . . . .   92,278,603   1,527,007,603  
 
  National Parole Board          
50   Program expenditures ...................................................   27,506,000   3,365,367   7,674,000   38,545,367  
 
  Office of Indian Residential Schools Resolution of          
        Canada          
55   Program expenditures and contributions ......................   115,095,000   . . . . .   30,514,780   145,609,780  
 
  Office of the Correctional Investigator          
60   Program expenditures ...................................................   2,558,000   . . . . .   354,900   2,912,900  
 
  Royal Canadian Mounted Police          
65   Law Enforcement - Operating expenditures and          
  authority to expend revenue received during the fiscal          
  year................................................................................   1,258,951,000   . . . . .   236,482,089   1,495,433,089  
70   Law Enforcement - Capital expenditures.....................   197,988,000   . . . . .   5,559,373   203,547,373  
75   Law Enforcement - The grants listed in the Estimates          
  and contributions...........................................................   43,645,880   . . . . .   . . . . .   43,645,880  


                  Total Agency..................................................   1,500,584,880   . . . . .   242,041,462   1,742,626,342  
 
  Royal Canadian Mounted Police External Review          
        Committee          
80   Program expenditures ...................................................   772,000   55,450   . . . . .   827,450  
 
  Royal Canadian Mounted Police Public          
        Complaints Commission          
85   Program expenditures ...................................................   4,164,000   1,418,254   284,969   5,867,223  


                  Total Ministry ................................................   4,740,504,880   4,839,071   660,519,427   5,405,863,378  

Department

Explanation of Requirements (thousands of dollars)    

 
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness requests funds for the following items:   Vote 1  

Public security initiatives (National Security Policy) ( horizontal item ).............................................................................   12,569  
Adjustment to the Department's contribution to the government-wide reallocation initiative due to increased security    
      requirements..................................................................................................................................................................   9,664  
Funding for initiatives that provide communities with the tools, knowledge and support to enhance community safety    
      and crime prevention at the local level (National Crime Prevention Strategy) ( horizontal item ) ................................   6,634  
Operating budget carry forward ( horizontal item )..............................................................................................................   5,096  
Funding to support Canada's hosting of the first Meeting of the Parties to the Kyoto Protocol, in conjunction with the    
      eleventh session of the Conference of the Parties to the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate    
      Change ( horizontal item ) ..............................................................................................................................................   4,000  
Compensation for salary adjustments ( horizontal item ) .....................................................................................................   2,423  
Funding for a review of the Air India bombings; for the establishment of a permanent Canadian memorial to the    
      victims; and to cover travel costs for a delegation of family members of victims and government officials to    
      attend 20th anniversary commemorative ceremonies in Cork, Ireland ........................................................................   1,500  
Funding to undertake a feasibility study and related activities for assessing a data-acquisition and data-matching    
      regime for air passenger information............................................................................................................................   1,000  
Funding to improve the integration of offenders into the community ( horizontal item )....................................................   779  
Funding to support the lawful interception of private communications and the search and seizure of information or    
      computer files to ensure public safety and security ( horizontal item ) ..........................................................................   130  
Funding related to the financial impact of amendments to the Corrections and Conditional Release Act in order to    
      strengthen community safety and to better meet the needs of victims ( horizontal item ) .............................................   100  
Additional resources to enhance the capacity of law enforcement agencies in addressing the criminal use of firearms    
      ( horizontal item ) ...........................................................................................................................................................   88  
Funding to retrieve the proceeds of crime from targeted organized crime entities (Integrated Proceeds of Crime    
      Initiative) ( horizontal item )...........................................................................................................................................   80  

      Total Items   44,063  

Less Funds Available:    
Within the Department........................................................................................................................................................   80  

Total Governor General Special Warrant Requirements   43,983  


Canada Border Services Agency

Explanation of Requirements (thousands of dollars)    

 
Canada Border Services Agency requests funds for the following items:   Vote 10  

Funding to increase operational capacity to improve border security ................................................................................   65,817  
Public security initiatives (National Security Policy) ( horizontal item ).............................................................................   38,023  
Compensation for salary adjustments ( horizontal item ) .....................................................................................................   35,000  
Operating budget carry forward ( horizontal item )..............................................................................................................   34,524  
Funding to support Canada's efforts in dealing with persons involved in war crimes, crimes against humanity, and    
      other reprehensible acts (War Crimes Strategy) ( horizontal item ) ...............................................................................   5,848  
Funding to modernize human resources management in the Federal Public Service ( Public Service Modernization    
      Act ) ( horizontal item )....................................................................................................................................................   1,563  
Funding to update the Primary Automated Lookout System used to verify license plates of vehicles entering Canada...   1,110  
Funding for ongoing program support for initiatives that expedite the flow of low-risk cross border traffic (Border    
      Modernization Initiatives).............................................................................................................................................   369  
Funding in support of activities associated with the Commission of Inquiry into the actions of Canadian officials in    
      relation to Maher Arar ( horizontal item ) ......................................................................................................................   226  

      Total Items   182,480  

Less Funds Available:    
Within the Agency ..............................................................................................................................................................   2,480  

Total Governor General Special Warrant Requirements   180,000  


Canadian Security Intelligence Service

Explanation of Requirements (thousands of dollars)    

 
Canadian Security Intelligence Service requests funds for the following items:   Vote 35  

Additional operating costs ..................................................................................................................................................   53,898  
Compensation for salary adjustments ( horizontal item ) .....................................................................................................   9,490  

Total Governor General Special Warrant Requirements   63,388  


Correctional Service

Explanation of Requirements (thousands of dollars)    

 
Correctional Service requests funds for the following items:   Vote 40  

Compensation for salary adjustments ( horizontal item ) .....................................................................................................   54,274  
Operating budget carry forward ( horizontal item )..............................................................................................................   30,162  
Funding to improve the integration of offenders into the community ( horizontal item )....................................................   3,292  
Funding related to the financial impact of amendments to the Corrections and Conditional Release Act in order to    
      strengthen community safety and to better meet the needs of victims ( horizontal item ) .............................................   1,990  
Funding to modernize human resources management in the Federal Public Service ( Public Service Modernization    
      Act ) ( horizontal item )....................................................................................................................................................   1,581  
Funding related to the assessment, management and remediation of federal contaminated sites ( horizontal item ) ..........   1,116  
Funding for federal correctional facilities in New Brunswick to accommodate provincial offenders...............................   1,000  
Funding to strengthen initiatives in support of the Canadian Strategy on HIV/AIDS in Canada ( horizontal item ) ..........   885  
Funding for a new system to improve the sharing of offender health information among various internal health    
      service units and with health service partners, and to enhance the capacity to monitor quality of care ......................   445  
Additional resources to meet official language objectives in the Federal Public Service related to: information    
      exchange, regional bilingualism needs, learning and language retention, bilingual networks and service delivery    
      (Official Languages Innovation Program) ( horizontal item ) ........................................................................................   67  
Initiatives to support the implementation of a common electronic infrastructure and multi-channel service delivery    
      strategy (Government On-Line) ( horizontal item )........................................................................................................   50  

      Total Items   94,862  

Less Funds Available:    
Within the Agency ..............................................................................................................................................................   2,583  

Total Governor General Special Warrant Requirements   92,279  


National Parole Board

Explanation of Requirements (thousands of dollars)    

 
National Parole Board requests funds for the following items:   Vote 50  

Incremental funding in support of the conditional release program, the processing of pardon applications, corporate    
      management practices and strategic use of information technology ............................................................................   5,974  
Compensation for salary adjustments ( horizontal item ) .....................................................................................................   1,772  
Funding to improve the integration of offenders into the community ( horizontal item )....................................................   1,287  
Operating budget carry forward ( horizontal item )..............................................................................................................   1,071  
Funding for increased fit-up and accommodation requirements due to the growth in staff complement required as a    
      result of the increasingly complex nature of offenders.................................................................................................   492  
Funding related to the financial impact of amendments to the Corrections and Conditional Release Act in order to    
      strengthen community safety and to better meet the needs of victims ( horizontal item ) .............................................   454  
Funding to prepare, make and supervise parole decisions..................................................................................................   19  

      Total Items   11,069  

Less Funds Available:    
Within the Agency ..............................................................................................................................................................   30  
TB Vote 10 - Government-Wide Initiatives.......................................................................................................................   3,365  

      Sub-total   3,395  

Total Governor General Special Warrant Requirements   7,674  


Office of Indian Residential Schools Resolution of Canada

Explanation of Requirements (thousands of dollars)    

Office of Indian Residential Schools Resolution of Canada requests funds for the following items:   Vote 55  

Additional funding for the settlement of Indian Residential Schools claims .....................................................................   27,500  
Settlement payments to former Indian Residential School students over 65, in advance of a broader out of court    
      settlement related to Indian Residential School class actions.......................................................................................   22,500  
Compensation for salary adjustments ( horizontal item ) .....................................................................................................   377  

      Total Items   50,377  

Less Funds Available:    
Within the Agency ..............................................................................................................................................................   19,862  

Total Governor General Special Warrant Requirements   30,515  


Office of the Correctional Investigator

Explanation of Requirements (thousands of dollars)    

Office of the Correctional Investigator requests funds for the following items:   Vote 60  

Compensation for salary adjustments ( horizontal item ) .....................................................................................................   147  
Operating budget carry forward ( horizontal item )..............................................................................................................   128  
Funding related to the financial impact of amendments to the Corrections and Conditional Release Act in order to    
      strengthen community safety and to better meet the needs of victims ( horizontal item ) .............................................   80  

      Total Items   355  


Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Explanation of Requirements (thousands of dollars)        

 
Royal Canadian Mounted Police requests funds for the following items:   Vote 65   Vote 70   Total  



Compensation for salary adjustments ( horizontal item ) ..................................................   96,780   . . . . .   96,780  
Operating budget carry forward ( horizontal item )...........................................................   60,158   . . . . .   60,158  
Funding to address shortfalls related to the costs of providing contract policing        
      services.......................................................................................................................   57,577   2,385   59,962  
Public security initiatives (National Security Policy) ( horizontal item )..........................   21,150   16,060   37,210  
Funding to support the lawful interception of private communications and the search        
      and seizure of information or computer files to ensure public safety and security        
      ( horizontal item ) ........................................................................................................   14,378   . . . . .   14,378  
Funding to retrieve the proceeds of crime from targeted organized crime entities        
      (Integrated Proceeds of Crime Initiative) ( horizontal item ) ......................................   13,300   215   13,515  
Additional resources to enhance the capacity of law enforcement agencies in        
      addressing the criminal use of firearms ( horizontal item ) .........................................   7,444   119   7,563  
Construction of a training facility at the Connaught Ranges...........................................   . . . . .   4,000   4,000  
Funding in support of activities associated with the Commission of Inquiry into the        
      actions of Canadian officials in relation to Maher Arar ( horizontal item ) ................   2,148   . . . . .   2,148  
Funding to reduce the backlog of immigration and citizenship applications and to        
      support a program for international students to work off campus ( horizontal item ) .   1,875   . . . . .   1,875  
Funding to support employment equity projects to increase the representation in the        
      federal Public Service, of designated groups, in particular visible minorities,        
      Aboriginal people and persons with disabilities ( horizontal item ) ............................   1,196   . . . . .   1,196  
Reinvestment of revenues from the sale or transfer of real property ( horizontal item )...   . . . . .   845   845  
Funding for initiatives that provide communities with the tools, knowledge and        
      support to enhance community safety and crime prevention at the local level        
      (National Crime Prevention Strategy) ( horizontal item ) ...........................................   645   . . . . .   645  
Funding to support Canada's efforts in dealing with persons involved in war crimes,        
      crimes against humanity, and other reprehensible acts (War Crimes Strategy)        
      ( horizontal item ) ........................................................................................................   620   . . . . .   620  
Reinvestment of royalties from intellectual property ( horizontal item ) ..........................   563   . . . . .   563  
Funding related to the assessment, management and remediation of federal        
      contaminated sites ( horizontal item )..........................................................................   232   . . . . .   232  
Interim funding in response to the Supreme Court Decision in R. v. Powley to support        
      research, multilateral discussions, and capacity development for Métis        
      organizations ( horizontal item ) ..................................................................................   210   . . . . .   210  
Funding for criminal record checks related to applications for pardons .........................   162   . . . . .   162  
Additional resources to meet official language objectives in the Federal Public        
      Service related to: information exchange, regional bilingualism needs, learning        
      and language retention, bilingual networks and service delivery (Official        
      Languages Innovation Program) ( horizontal item )....................................................   31   . . . . .   31  



      Total Items   278,469   23,624   302,093  



Less Funds Available:        
Within the Agency ...........................................................................................................   41,987   18,065   60,052  



Total Governor General Special Warrant Requirements   236,482   5,559   242,041  




Royal Canadian Mounted Police External Review Committee

Explanation of Requirements (thousands of dollars)    

Royal Canadian Mounted Police External Review Committee requests funds for the following items:   Vote 80  

Operating budget carry forward ( horizontal item )..............................................................................................................   38  
Compensation for salary adjustments ( horizontal item ) .....................................................................................................   17  

      Total Items   55  

Less Funds Available:    
TB Vote 5 - Government Contingencies............................................................................................................................   55  

Total Governor General Special Warrant Requirements   . . . . .  


Royal Canadian Mounted Police Public Complaints Commission

Explanation of Requirements (thousands of dollars)    

Royal Canadian Mounted Police Public Complaints Commission requests funds for the following items:   Vote 85  

Funding for a public interest investigation into complaints against the RCMP with respect to its investigation of    
      sexual abuse allegations at the Kingsclear Training School.........................................................................................   995  
Funding to enhance capacity in communications, financial management and human resources management .................   263  
Operating budget carry forward ( horizontal item )..............................................................................................................   209  
Compensation for salary adjustments ( horizontal item ) .....................................................................................................   153  
Funding to modernize human resources management in the Federal Public Service ( Public Service Modernization    
      Act ) ( horizontal item )....................................................................................................................................................   50  
Funding in support of activities associated with the Commission of Inquiry into the Sponsorship Program and    
      Advertising Activities (Gomery Commission) ( horizontal item ) .................................................................................   33  

      Total Items   1,703  

Less Funds Available:    
TB Vote 5 - Government Contingencies............................................................................................................................   1,166  
TB Vote 10 - Government-Wide Initiatives.......................................................................................................................   252  

      Sub-total   1,418  

Total Governor General Special Warrant Requirements   285  



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