Contractual Obligations

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Government activities, by their nature, result in multi‑year contracts and agreements, including various international treaties and protocols. Contractual obligations are financial obligations of the Government to others that will become liabilities when the terms of those contracts or agreements for the acquisition of goods and services or the provision of transfer payments are met. In the case of contractual obligations to international organizations, some will result in future budgetary expenses while others will result in non‑budgetary payments.

Contractual obligations can be classified into four main categories: transfer payment agreements (grants and contributions), capital assets and purchases, operating leases and international organizations.

All outstanding contractual obligations of $10 million or more per project or per program at year end are reported for transfer payment agreements, capital assets, purchases and operating leases. For international organizations, all contractual obligations in excess of $1 million at year end are reported.

In accordance with the Government's significant accounting policies, the contractual obligations of consolidated Crown corporations are included with those of the Government.

Table 11.1 summarizes these contractual obligations. Details of the four types of contractual obligations can be found in other tables in this section.

Table Summary

The table presents, in millions of dollars, the contractual obligations by their respective categories. It consists of six columns: a detailed listing of components; transfer payments agreements; capital assets and purchases; operating leases; international organizations; Total.

(in millions of dollars)

Table 11.1
Contractual Obligations

  Transfer payment agreements Capital assets and purchases Operating leases International organizations Total
Information from:          
Transfer payment agreements, capital assets, purchases and operating leases, Table 11.3 38,662 57,010 3,024   98,696
International contractual obligations, Table 11.4       5,084 5,084
Total 38,662 57,010 3,024 5,084 103,780

Table 11.2 summarizes the information presented in Table 11.1 to indicate the minimum amounts required to satisfy contractual obligations each year from 2016 to 2020 inclusively, and a total for amounts due in the year 2021 and subsequently.

Table Summary

The table presents, in millions of dollars, the schedule of minimum payments. It consists of six columns: minimum payments to be made in; transfer payment agreements; capital assets and and purchases; operating lease; international organizations; Total.

(in millions of dollars)

Table 11.2
Schedule of Minimum Payments

Minimum payments to be made in: Transfer payment agreements Capital assets and purchases Operating leases International organizations Total
2016 15,572 8,989 390 1,709 26,660
2017 8,407 6,612 358 1,441 16,818
2018 5,739 6,304 327 392 12,762
2019 4,370 7,736 292 243 12,641
2020 2,216 8,412 246 121 10,995
2021 and subsequently 2,358 18,957 1,411 1,178 23,904
Total 38,662 57,010 3,024 5,084 103,780

Transfer Payment Agreements, Capital Assets, Purchases and Operating Leases

Table 11.3 provides details of contractual obligations that involve: transfer payment agreements, capital assets, purchases and operating leases. It discloses individual contractual obligations by category and by entity. Contractual obligations are summarized in Note 16 to the consolidated financial statements in Section 2 of this volume.

Transfer payment agreements are irrevocable contracts to provide funding to other levels of governments, organizations or individuals.

Capital assets are tangible, durable items of value, including major additions or alterations thereto, including military equipment and land, from which benefits are expected to be derived during their useful life.

Purchases are supported by contracts to supply goods or services. An operating lease is a lease in which the lessor does not substantially transfer all the benefits and risks incident to ownership of property to the lessee. Some leases have escalation clauses based on the consumer price index.

Table Summary

The table presents, in millions of dollars, the transfer payment agreements, capital assets, purchases and operating leases as at March 31 of the current year. It consists of six columns: a detailed listing of components; total estimated cost; amount contracted; amount disbursed; outstanding obligation; outstanding obligations to be disbursed by March 31 divided into six columns — the next five consecutive years and the sixth and subsequent years. The first column lists the following: the contractual obligation category, a list of contracts by department or agency, followed by a subtotal for each department and a subtotal for each individual Crown Corporation by category.

(in millions of dollars)

Table 11.3
Transfer Payment Agreements, Capital Assets, Purchases and Operating Leases as at March 31, 2014

  Total estimated cost Amount contracted Amount disbursed Outstanding obligation Outstanding obligations to be disbursed by March 31
2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 2021 and subsequently
Transfer payment agreements —                    
Agriculture and Agri‑Food —                    
AgriInnovation Program                    
Aggregate 197 197 102 95 41 31 23      
AgriMarketing Program                    
Aggregate 97 97 44 53 22 16 15      
Canadian Wheat Board Transition Costs                    
Contribution agreement 62 62 4 58 2 1 2 2 2 49
Grant funding agreement 249 249 226 23 23          
Growing Forward 2 Contribution Agreement                    
Government of Alberta 222 222 80 142 47 47 48      
Government of British Columbia 60 60 20 40 13 13 14      
Government of Manitoba 95 95 33 62 20 21 21      
Government of New Brunswick 20 20 7 13 4 4 5      
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador 20 20 7 13 4 5 4      
Government of Nova Scotia 20 20 7 13 4 4 5      
Government of Ontario 244 244 85 159 52 53 54      
Government of Prince Edward Island 20 20 7 13 4 5 4      
Government of Quebec 159 159 57 102 34 34 34      
Government of Saskatchewan 218 218 83 135 45 45 45      
Subtotal 1,683 1,683 762 921 315 279 274 2 2 49
Canadian Heritage —                    
Canada Arts Presentation Fund                    
Aggregate 42 42 17 25 18 7        
Canada Arts Training Fund                    
Aggregate 32 32 10 22 17 5        
Canada's National Ballet School 12 12   12 6 6        
Canada Music Fund                    
La Fondation Musicaction 29 29   29 6 6 6 6 5  
The Foundation Assisting Canadian Talent on Recordings 43 43   43 9 8 9 8 9  
Development of Official‑Language Communities Program                    
Aggregate 127 127 55 72 34 22 16      
Council of Ministers of Education 120 120 48 72 24 24 24      
Government of Alberta 78 78 31 47 16 15 16      
Government of British Columbia 90 90 36 54 18 18 18      
Government of Manitoba 64 64 26 38 13 12 13      
Government of New Brunswick 117 117 46 71 24 24 23      
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador 22 22 9 13 4 4 5      
Government of Nova Scotia 41 41 17 24 8 8 8      
Government of Ontario 400 400 159 241 80 82 79      
Government of Quebec 263 263 66 197 67 65 65      
Government of Saskatchewan 34 34 14 20 7 6 7      
Enhancement of Official Languages Program                    
Aggregate 17 17 5 12 8 3 1      
Exchanges Canada Program                    
Aggregate 32 32 17 15 14 1        
Historica Canada 13 13 2 11 4 3 4      
Hosting Program                    
2017 Canada Summer Games Host Society 10 10   10 3 3 4      
Toronto Organizing Committee for the 2015 Pan American and Parapan American Games 368 368 334 34 34          
Museums Assistance Program                    
Aggregate 15 15   15 7 8        
Sport Support Program                    
Aggregate 22 22 11 11 11          
Subtotal 1,991 1,991 903 1,088 432 330 298 14 14  
Citizenship and Immigration —                    
Agreements with regards to the refugee Resettlement Assistance Program                    
Aggregate 43 43 28 15 15          
Agreements with regards to Settlement and Integration services for newcomers                    
Aggregate 1,423 1,423 858 565 556 9        
Toronto District School Board 16 16   16 16          
Provincial agreement on immigration matters and on the selection of foreign nationals wishing to settle in Canada                    
Government of Quebec 2,384 2,384 340 2,044 341 341 340 341 340 341
Subtotal 3,866 3,866 1,226 2,640 928 350 340 341 340 341
Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec —                    
Community Futures Program                    
15 Community economic business development corporations 57 57 28 29 29          
Economic Development of Quebec Program                    
Montréal International 25 25 5 20 4 4 3 2 2 5
Small and medium‑sized enterprises (SME), SME groups and associations and non‑profit organizations 398 398 172 226 146 61 19      
Société du Parc Jean‑Drapeau 67 67 8 59 2 6 6 6 6 33
Subtotal 547 547 213 334 181 71 28 8 8 38
Employment and Social Development —                    
Aboriginal Skills and Employment Training Strategy                    
Aggregate 1,139 1,139 936 203 203          
First Nations of Quebec and Labrador Health and Social Services Commissions 123 123 99 24 24          
First Peoples Development Inc 108 108 88 20 20          
Gabriel Dumont Training and Employment Inc 59 59 48 11 11          
Kativik Regional Government 37 37 25 12 12          
Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak Inc 93 93 76 17 17          
Manitoba Metis Federation Inc 68 68 56 12 12          
Rupertsland Institute 77 77 63 14 14          
Saskatchewan Indian Training Assessment Group Inc 189 189 152 37 37          
Adult Learning, Literacy and Essential Skills Program                    
Aggregate 37 37 12 25 13 7 5      
Canada Job Fund                    
Aggregate 19 19 3 16 3 3 3 3 4  
Government of Alberta 347 347 58 289 58 58 58 58 57  
Government of British Columbia 390 390 65 325 65 65 65 65 65  
Government of Manitoba 108 108 18 90 18 18 18 18 18  
Government of New Brunswick 63 63 10 53 11 10 11 10 11  
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador 44 44 7 37 7 8 7 8 7  
Government of Nova Scotia 79 79 13 66 13 13 13 13 14  
Government of Ontario 1,151 1,151 192 959 192 192 192 192 191  
Government of Prince Edward Island 12 12 2 10 2 2 2 2 2  
Government of Quebec 691 691 115 576 115 115 116 115 115  
Government of Saskatchewan 95 95 16 79 16 16 15 16 16  
Foreign Credential Recognition Program                    
Aggregate 30 30 12 18 10 7 1      
Homelessness Partnering Strategy                    
Aggregate 168 168 46 122 35 29 29 29    
Calgary Homeless Foundation 32 32 7 25 6 6 6 7    
City of Hamilton 21 21 4 17 4 4 5 4    
City of Ottawa 28 28 6 22 6 5 6 5    
City of Toronto 86 86 17 69 17 17 18 17    
City of Winnipeg 29 29 6 23 6 6 5 6    
Greater Vancouver Regional District 40 40 7 33 8 8 8 9    
Homeward Trust Foundation 32 32 6 26 6 7 6 7    
Labour Market Agreements for Persons with Disabilities                    
Aggregate 20 20 5 15 5 5 5      
Government of Alberta 101 101 25 76 25 25 26      
Government of British Columbia 123 123 31 92 31 31 30      
Government of Manitoba 36 36 9 27 9 9 9      
Government of New Brunswick 24 24 6 18 6 6 6      
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador 18 18 4 14 5 5 4      
Government of Nova Scotia 33 33 8 25 8 8 9      
Government of Ontario 306 306 77 229 76 77 76      
Government of Quebec 184 184 46 138 46 46 46      
Government of Saskatchewan 44 44 11 33 11 11 11      
Labour Market Development Agreements                    
Aggregate 22 22 10 12 12          
Government of Alberta 238 238 119 119 119          
Government of British Columbia 597 597 296 301 301          
Government of Manitoba 98 98 49 49 49          
Government of New Brunswick 197 197 98 99 99          
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador 259 259 123 136 136          
Government of Nova Scotia 178 178 89 89 89          
Government of Ontario 1,259 1,259 627 632 632          
Government of Prince Edward Island 56 56 28 28 28          
Government of Quebec 1,275 1,275 639 636 636          
Government of Saskatchewan 83 83 42 41 41          
Opportunities Fund for Persons with Disabilities                    
Aggregate 52 52 30 22 21 1        
Canadian Association for Community Living 15 15 1 14 7 5 2      
The Sinneave Family Foundation 11 11   11 3 3 3 2    
Sectoral Initiatives Program                    
Aggregate 58 58 22 36 25 11        
Social Development Partnerships Program                    
Aggregate 27 27 13 14 12 2        
Targeted Initiative for Older Workers                    
Aggregate 100 100 81 19 10 9        
Government of Ontario 75 75 58 17 9 8        
Government of Quebec 75 75 62 13 7 6        
Youth Employment Strategy                    
Aggregate 209 209 56 153 146 4 2 1    
Skills / Compétences Canada 19 19 2 17 6 6 4 1    
Subtotal 11,187 11,187 4,832 6,355 3,571 874 822 588 500  
Environment —                    
Nature Conservancy of Canada                    
To administer the Natural Areas Conservation Program in support of the National Conservation Plan 100 100 10 90 23 22 23 22    
Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development —                    
Canadian engagement for development                    
Aggregate 793 793 650 143 65 41 28 9    
Aga Khan Foundation Canada 85 85 47 38 8 14 12 4    
Canadian Bureau for International Education 46 46 2 44 10 11 10 11 2  
Canadian Foodgrains Bank 14 14 3 11 2 3 3 3    
Développement international Desjardins 38 38 22 16 5 5 4 1 1  
The Jules and Paul‑Émile Léger Foundation 17 17 4 13 4 3 3 3    
University of British Columbia 31 31 8 23 8 8 5 2    
Fragile states and crisis‑affected communities                    
Aggregate 193 193 139 54 47 5 1 1    
Canadian Red Cross 110 110 27 83 26 27 19 10 1  
Développement international Desjardins 20 20 5 15 5 4 3 2 1  
Federation of Canadian Municipalities 19 19 5 14 5 5 4      
Save the Children Canada 28 28 16 12 9 3        
World Vision Canada 31 31 10 21 12 9        
Global engagement and strategic policy                    
Aggregate 33 33 12 21 12 5 4      
Canadian Foodgrains Bank 125 125 100 25 25          
Micronutrient Initiative 150 150 60 90   30 30 30    
Toronto Centre 20 20 8 12 4 4 4      
Low income countries                    
Aggregate 305 305 224 81 36 28 13 4    
Agriteam Canada 37 37 16 21 7 5 5 3 1  
Alliance agricole internationale 20 20 7 13 4 3 3 3    
Canadian Bar Association 14 14 3 11 3 2 3 3    
Canadian Cooperation Society for International Development 12 12 2 10 3 3 2 2    
Canadian Hunger Foundation 20 20 9 11 2 4 5      
Centre de coopération internationale en santé et développement 20 20 1 19 4 5 5 5    
Colleges and Institutes Canada 42 42 4 38 8 10 10 7 3  
Consortium CECI / ENAP / Avocats sans frontières 20 20 1 19 3 3 5 8    
Consortium Cowater International / Plan International Canada Inc / McMaster University / CASN 18 18 7 11 6 5        
Consortium DID‑FADQDI 18 18 1 17 2 5 10      
CRC Sogema Inc. 49 49 13 36 11 11 9 3 2  
Cuso International 27 27 9 18 4 6 5 3    
Dalhousie University 18 18 2 16 3 4 3 4 2  
Mennonite Economic Development Associates 43 43 14 29 8 7 8 5 1  
Micronutrient Initiative 30 30 15 15 10 5        
Partnership Africa Canada 16 16 1 15 3 4 4 4    
Plan International Canada 53 53 27 26 8 8 5 5    
Université Laval 19 19 2 17 2 3 5 5 2  
Middle income countries                    
Aggregate 255 255 170 85 44 34 6     1
Agriteam Canada 102 102 53 49 17 14 12 5 1  
Canadian Cooperation Society for International Development 54 54 27 27 10 8 5 4    
Canadian Co‑operative Association 15 15 4 11 5 4 1   1  
Canadian Hunger Foundation 19 19 7 12 5 4 3      
Colleges and Institutes Canada 37 37 22 15 9 5   1    
Consortium DID‑FADQDI 15 15 5 10 5 2 3      
Consortium Save the Children & Norwegian Refugee Council 18 18 8 10 5 3 2      
Consortium SOCODEVI / CECI / Université de Sherbrooke 13 13 3 10 4 3 3      
Cuso International 15 15 1 14 3 5 3 3    
Federation of Canadian Municipalities 71 71 30 41 10 11 10 7 3  
Mennonite Economic Development Associates 39 39 20 19 4 4 4 3 3 1
The Conference Board of Canada 39 39 21 18 9 3 3 3    
World University Service of Canada 16 16 2 14 5 4 3 2    
Subtotal 3,242 3,242 1,849 1,393 509 402 288 168 24 2
Health —                    
Department —                    
Anti‑Drug Strategy Initiatives                    
Aggregate 53 52 17 35 20 13 2      
Blood Research and Development Program                    
Canadian Blood Services 25 25 10 15 5 5 5      
Canada Brain Research Fund                    
Brain Canada Foundation 100 100 32 68 20 48        
First Nations and Inuit                    
Health Infrastructure Support                    
Aggregate 421 421 242 179 81 47 32 13 6  
First Nations Health Authority 4,297 4,297 625 3,672 420 444 468 468 468 1,404
Primary Health Care                    
Aggregate 1,169 1,169 686 483 231 121 74 37 20  
Government of the Northwest Territories (1 of 2) 26 26 10 16 5 5 6      
Government of the Northwest Territories (2 of 2) 46 46 18 28 9 10 9      
Whiskeyjack Treatment Centre Inc 14 14   14 3 3 3 3 2  
Supplementary Health Benefits                    
Aggregate 180 180 117 63 47 10 4 2    
Government of Nunavut 96 96 65 31 31          
Government of the Northwest Territories 25 25 13 12 12          
Primary Health Care and Health Infrastructure Support                    
Government of Nunavut 96 96 59 37 19 18        
Mohawks of Akwesasne 59 59 22 37 7 6 5 5 5 9
Northern Inter‑Tribal Health Authority Inc 17 17 6 11 3 3 3 2    
Nunee Health Board Society 19 19 7 12 4 4 4      
Saskatoon Tribal Council Health and Family Services Inc 22 22 4 18 4 4 5 4 1  
Primary Health Care, Health Infrastructure Support and Supplementary Health Benefits                    
Bigstone Health Commission 179 179 37 142 18 18 18 18 17 53
Blood Tribe Department of Health Inc 109 109 58 51 12 10 10 10 9  
Conseil de la Nation huronne‑wendat 16 16 5 11 2 1 2 1 1 4
Fort Alexander Band O/A Sagkeeng First Nation 18 18   18 4 3 4 3 4  
Kahnawake Shakotiia'takehnhas Community Services 64 64 25 39 6 6 5 6 5 11
Lac La Ronge Indian Band 48 48 32 16 8 8        
Maskwacis Health Services 43 43 28 15 8 7        
Meadow Lake Tribal Council 79 79 51 28 14 14        
National Indian Brotherhood Assembly of First Nations 14 14 3 11 3 3 3 2    
Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation 11 11   11 2 2 2 2 3  
Norway House Cree Nation 26 26 16 10 4 3 3      
Onion Lake 17 17 5 12 4 3 2 3    
PADC Management Company Ltd 42 42 22 20 9 6 5      
Peguis First Nation 17 17   17 5 3 3 3 3  
Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation Health Services Inc 104 104 14 90 11 11 10 10 10 38
Siksika Health Services 45 45 27 18 6 6 6      
Stoney Tribes 17 17 7 10 3 4 3      
Funding                    
Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health 81 81 33 48 16 16 16      
Canadian Institute for Health Information 317 317 238 79 79          
Canadian Partnership Against Cancer 241 241 146 95 48 47        
Canadian Patient Safety Institute 38 38 15 23 8 7 8      
Community Health and Social Services Network 20 20 6 14 5 5 4      
Health Care Policy Contribution Program 79 77 50 27 18 6 1 1 1  
Mental Health Commission of Canada 122 122 93 29 14 15        
McGill University 16 16 3 13 4 5 4      
Official Languages Health Contribution Program 53 53 12 41 14 14 13      
Société Santé en français Inc 26 26 7 19 7 6 6      
University of Ottawa 20 20 5 15 5 5 5      
Territorial Health Investment Fund                    
Government of Nunavut 35 35 14 21 12 9        
Government of the Northwest Territories 18 18 7 11 6 5        
Government of Yukon 16 16 6 10 5 5        
Public Health Agency of Canada —                    
Aboriginal Head Start Program 92 92 33 59 30 29        
Canada Prenatal Nutrition Program 79 79 26 53 26 27        
Community Action Program for Children 163 163 55 108 54 54        
Healthy Living Fund 14 14 3 11 5 3 2 1    
HIV / AIDS Contributions 66 66 22 44 22 22        
Innovation Strategy 16 16 5 11 6 4 1      
Subtotal 9,026 9,023 3,042 5,981 1,424 1,133 756 594 555 1,519
Indian Affairs and Northern Development —                    
Aboriginal Recipient Funding (First Nations and Tribal Councils)                    
Alexander Band 40 40 9 31 8 8 8 7    
Atikamekw de Manawan 92 92 47 45 15 15 15      
Attawapiskat First Nation 32 32 22 10 10          
Bande des Innus de Pessamit 197 197 73 124 25 25 25 25 24  
Bande des Montagnais de Natashquan 23 23 12 11 5 6        
Bande Innue Essipit 30 30 13 17 3 3 3 3 3 2
Battlefords Agency Tribal Chiefs Inc 54 54 43 11 11          
Beardy's & Okemasis Band 34 34 15 19 9 10        
Beaver Lake Cree Nation 14 14 4 10 3 4 3      
Berens River Band 14 14   14 7 7        
Big Island Lake Cree Nation 28 28 7 21 7 7 7      
Big River Band 53 53 43 10 10          
Bigstone Cree Nation 54 54   54 18 18 18      
Black Lake Band 41 41 11 30 10 10 10      
Blood Band 395 395 321 74 74          
Brokenhead Ojibway Nation 21 21 5 16 4 4 4 4    
Bunibonibee Cree Nation 66 66 47 19 19          
Campbell River Indian Band 13 13   13 3 2 3 2 3  
Chemawawin Cree Nation 31 31   31 10 10 11      
Chippewas of Nawash 24 24   24 5 5 4 5 5  
Clearwater River Dene Band 42 42 17 25 8 8 9      
Coldwater Indian Band 15 15 3 12 3 3 3 3    
Conseil de la Première Nation Abitibiwinni 24 24 6 18 4 5 4 5    
Conseil des Atikamekw de Wemotaci 81 81 36 45 9 9 9 9 9  
Conseil des Atikamekw d'Opitciwan 113 113 30 83 21 21 21 20    
Conseil des Montagnais du Lac St‑Jean 144 144 120 24 24          
Constance Lake First Nation 22 22 5 17 4 4 4 5    
Cote First Nation 366 18 18 7 11 6 5        
Cowessess Band 19 19   19 6 6 7      
Cowichan Tribes 103 103 24 79 20 20 20 19    
Cross Lake First Nation 169 169 35 134 34 33 34 33    
Cumberland House Cree Nation Band 30 30 7 23 6 6 6 5    
Dene Tha' Band 36 36 18 18 18          
Driftpile First Nation 41 41 17 24 8 8 8      
Eabametoong First Nation 44 44 11 33 8 8 8 9    
Elsipogtog First Nation 23 23   23 23          
Enoch Cree Nation # 440 33 33   33 8 8 8 9    
Ermineskin Tribe 107 107 70 37 19 18        
Esgenoopetitj First Nation 12 12   12 12          
Eskasoni Band Council 85 85 35 50 17 16 17      
Esk'Etemc 15 15 4 11 3 3 3 2    
Fisher River Band 85 85 69 16 16          
Fishing Lake First Nation Band 14 14 4 10 3 4 3      
Flying Dust First Nation 11 11   11 5 6        
Fond du Lac Band 28 28 7 21 7 7 7      
Fort Alexander Band 36 36   36 18 18        
Fort Severn First Nation 10 10   10 3 3 4      
Fort William First Nation 18 18 7 11 6 5        
Frog Lake Band 46 46 10 36 9 9 9 9    
Garden Hill First Nation 24 24   24 24          
Gitksan Local Services Society 123 123 84 39 19 20        
God's Lake First Nation 42 42 31 11 11          
Grassy Narrows First Nation 21 21 5 16 4 4 4 4    
Gwa'Sala‑Nakwaxda'Xw Indian Band 15 15 4 11 3 3 3 2    
Haisla Nation 51 51 10 41 5 5 5 5 5 16
Hatchet Lake Band 41 41 11 30 10 10 10      
Heiltsuk Indian Band 69 69 58 11 11          
Hollow Water Band 13 13   13 7 6        
Innu Takuaikan Uashat Mak Mani‑Utenam 168 168 141 27 27          
James Smith Band 30 30   30 8 7 8 7    
Kashechewan First Nation 42 42 31 11 11          
Kee Tas Kee Now Tribal Council 125 125 36 89 22 22 22 23    
Kitchenuhmaykoosib Inninuwug 26 26 10 16 8 8        
Kitigan Zibi Anishinabeg 127 127 54 73 12 12 12 12 12 13
Kwadacha Indian Band 25 25 7 18 4 5 4 5    
La Nation Anishinabe du Lac Simon 60 60 29 31 10 10 11      
Lac La Ronge Band 235 235 189 46 46          
Lac Seul First Nation 38 38 19 19 6 6 7      
Lake Babine Nation 50 50 11 39 10 10 10 9    
Lake Manitoba Band 27 27   27 7 7 7 6    
Lax Kw'Alaams Indian Band 81 81 59 22 22          
Lennox Island Band 22 22 11 11 4 4 3      
Listuguj Mi'Gmaq Government 44 44 19 25 13 12        
Little Grand Rapids Band 14 14   14 7 7        
Little Pine Band 21 21 5 16 5 5 6      
Little Red River Cree Nation 34 34   34 34          
Long Plain Band 62 62 50 12 12          
Makwa Sahgaiehcan First Nation Band 18 18   18 9 9        
Mathias Colomb Band 50 50 18 32 16 16        
M'Chigeeng First Nation 34 34   34 7 7 7 7 6  
Membertou Band Council 45 45 18 27 9 9 9      
Millbrook Band Council 41 41 18 23 8 7 8      
Ministikwan Lake Cree Nation 19 19 5 14 5 4 5      
Mishkeegogamang First Nation 19 19   19 4 4 4 4 3  
Misipawistik Cree Nation 11 11   11 3 3 3 2    
Mississauga First Nation 11 11   11 4 3 4      
Mississaugas of the New Credit First Nation 29 29 11 18 6 6 6      
Mltc Program Services Inc 100 100 84 16 16          
Mohawks Council of Akwesasne 64 64   64 32 32        
Mohawks of Kahnawa:Ke Band 403 403 168 235 39 39 39 39 39 40
Montana Band 12 12   12 4 4 4      
Montreal Lake Band 38 38 27 11 11          
Moose Cree First Nation 65 65 53 12 12          
Moosomin Band 19 19 7 12 4 4 4      
Moricetown Indian Band  21 21   21 4 4 5 4 4  
Mosquito‑Grizzly Bear's Head Band 19 19 6 13 4 5 4      
Mount Currie Indian Band 41 41 9 32 8 8 8 8    
Naotkamegwanning 30 30 6 24 6 6 6 6    
Naskapi Nation of Kawawachikamach 45 45 34 11 11          
Nation Huronne Wendat 123 123 32 91 11 12 11 12 11 34
Nipissing First Nation 43 43 9 34 9 8 9 8    
Nisichawayasihk Cree Nation 114 114 92 22 22          
North Peace Tribal Council 42 42 21 21 7 7 7      
Norway House Cree Nation 244 244   244 49 49 49 49 48  
Nuu‑Chah‑Nulth Tribal Council 131 131 60 71 24 24 23      
Nuxalk Nation Band 49 49   49 10 10 10 10 9  
O‑Chi‑Chak‑Ko‑Sipi First Nation 11 11   11 4 4 3      
Odanak 44 44 20 24 4 4 4 4 4 4
Okanagan Indian Band 29 29 8 21 5 5 5 6    
Old Massett Village Council Band 29 29 6 23 6 6 6 5    
Oneida Nation of the Thames 50 50 10 40 10 10 10 10    
Onion Lake Cree Nation 131 131 109 22 22          
Opaskwayak Cree Nation 138 138 114 24 24          
O‑Pipon‑Na‑Piwin Cree Nation 16 16 6 10 5 5        
Padc Management Company Ltd 77 77 25 52 17 17 18      
Peguis Band 170 170 42 128 32 32 32 32    
Pelican Lake Band 35 35 7 28 7 7 7 7    
Peter Ballantyne Cree Nation 41 41   41 41          
Piapot Band 10 10   10 5 5        
Pic Mobert First Nation 14 14   14 3 3 3 3 2  
Pikangikum First Nation 71 71 48 23 12 11        
Pinaymootang First Nation 22 22 9 13 6 7        
Poplar River First Nation 15 15   15 8 7        
Poundmaker Band 23 23 6 17 6 5 6      
Pwi‑Di‑Goo‑Zing Ne‑Yaa‑Zhing Advisory Services 21 21 4 17 4 4 4 5    
Red Earth Band 42 42 16 26 9 8 9      
Red Sucker Lake Band 27 27 10 17 8 9        
Saddle Lake Band 173 173 73 100 33 33 34      
Sagamok Anishnawbek First Nation 40 40 16 24 8 8 8      
Saint Mary's Band Council 54 54 43 11 11          
Samson Band 20 20   20 20          
Sandy Bay Band 36 36   36 18 18        
Sandy Lake First Nation 48 48 18 30 15 15        
Sapotaweyak Cree Nation 22 22 8 14 7 7        
Saugeen First Nation 27 27   27 5 6 5 6 5  
Seine River First Nation 14 14 4 10 3 2 3 2    
Shamattawa First Nation 55 55 44 11 11          
Shoal Lake Cree Nation 22 22 9 13 4 4 5      
Siksika Nation Band 204 204 167 37 37          
Six Nations of the Grand River 119 119 101 18 18          
Skownan First Nation 20 20   20 5 5 5 5    
Songhees First Nation 12 12   12 3 3 3 3    
Southeast Resource Development Council Corp 33 33 11 22 11 11        
Southern First Nations Secretariat 42 42   42 8 8 9 8 9  
Splatsin 20 20 5 15 4 4 4 3    
Squamish Indian Band 59 59 48 11 11          
St Theresa Point Band 86 86 60 26 26          
Standing Buffalo Band 27 27 16 11 5 6        
Sto:Lo Nation 24 24   24 5 5 5 5 4  
Stoney Band 18 18   18 18          
Sts'Ailes Band 23 23 5 18 4 5 4 5    
Sucker Creek Band 36 36 15 21 7 7 7      
Sunchild First Nation Band 12 12   12 6 6        
Swan Lake Band 26 26 13 13 4 5 4      
Swan River First Nation Band 21 21 9 12 4 4 4      
Takla Lake First Nation 14 14 3 11 3 3 3 2    
Tataskweyak Cree Nation 33 33 17 16 16          
Timiskaming First Nation 29 29   29 6 6 6 6 5  
Tl'Etinqox‑T'In Government Office 21 21 9 12 3 3 3 3    
Tootinaowaziibeeng Treaty Reserve 15 15   15 4 4 4 3    
Tribal Chiefs Ventures Incorporated 46 46 14 32 8 8 8 8    
Tsartlip Indian Band 36 36   36 9 9 9 9    
Tsay Keh Dene Band 13 13   13 3 2 3 2 3  
Tsuu T'Ina Nation Band 70 70 58 12 12          
Upper Nicola Indian Band 14 14 4 10 3 2 3 2    
Wabaseemoong Independent Nation 27 27 6 21 5 5 5 6    
Wasagamack First Nation 14 14   14 14          
Waycobah First Nation 24 24 10 14 5 4 5      
Waywayseecappo First Nation Treaty Four ‑ 1874 30 30 15 15 15          
Webequie  27 27   27 5 6 5 6 5  
Western Cree Tribal Council 105 105 48 57 19 19 19      
Whitesand First Nation 15 15 3 12 3 3 3 3    
Wikwemikong Unceded Indian Reserve 100 100 40 60 20 20 20      
Williams Lake Indian Band 12 12   12 2 3 2 3 2  
Wunnumin Lake First Nation 20 20   20 4 4 4 4 4  
Yellowhead Tribal Development Foundation 36 36 7 29 7 7 7 8    
Aboriginal Recipient Funding (Other)                    
Arctic Co‑Operatives Ltd 32 32 12 20 10 10        
Awasis Agency of Northern Manitoba 19 19   19 19          
Cree Nation Child and Family Caring Agency 12 12   12 12          
Dakota Ojibway Child and Family Services 10 10   10 10          
Fédération des Coopératives du Nouveau Québec 24 24   24 8 8 8      
First Nations Financial Management Board 26 26 14 12 6 6        
First Nations Tax Commission 33 33 21 12 6 6        
Frontier School Division #48 26 26   26 26          
Island Lake First Nations Family Services 11 11   11 11          
Kanaweyimik Child & Family Services Inc 15 15   15 5 5 5      
Kasohkowew Child and Wellness Society (2012) 21 21   21 21          
Lac La Ronge Indian Band Child and Family Services Agency Inc 27 27 7 20 7 6 7      
Mackenzie Valley Land and Water Board 12 12   12 2 3 2 3 2  
Makivik Corporation  104 104   104 21 21 20 21 21  
Manitoba First Nations Education Resource Centre Inc 42 42 28 14 3 4 3 4    
Mi'Kmaw Family & Children's Services of Nova Scotia 16 16   16 16          
Mltc Child & Family Services Inc 19 19   19 6 7 6      
Montreal Lake Child and Family Agency Inc 15 15 4 11 4 4 3      
National Association Friendship Centres 145 145 44 101 25 25 26 25    
Northern Nishnawbe Education Council 89 89 18 71 18 18 17 18    
Northland School Division # 61 11 11   11 11          
Nunavut Wildlife Management Board 50 50 35 15 15          
Onion Lake Family Services Inc 14 14   14 5 4 5      
Peter Ballantyne Child & Family Services Inc 55 55 14 41 14 13 14      
Southeast Child and Family Services 22 22   22 22          
Yukon Environmental Socio‑Economic Assessment Board  29 29 6 23 6 6 6 5    
Yuthe Dene Sekwi Chu L A Koe Betsedi Inc 15 15   15 5 5 5      
Funding Agreements for Provincial Governments and Territories                    
Government of Yukon (1 of 2) 65 65 45 20 10 10        
Government of Yukon (2 of 2) 11 11 1 10 2 1 2 1 2 2
Horizon School Division No 205 26 26 14 12 4 4 4      
Minister of Finance ‑ Alberta 17 17 4 13 1 2 1 2 1 6
Ministry of Community and Social Services, Ontario 1,212 1,212 246 966 241 242 241 242    
Province of British Columbia 149 149 120 29 29          
Grant                    
Cree Nation Government 632 632 198 434 109 108 109 108    
Miawpukek Band 106 106 21 85 11 10 11 10 11 32
Mi'Kmaw Kina'Matnewey 216 216 168 48 48          
Nunatsiavut Government 211 211 117 94 23 24 23 24    
Indian Self‑Government                    
Carcross/Tagish First Nation 58 58 10 48 10 9 10 9 10  
Champagne & Aishihik First Nations 69 69 48 21 10 11        
First Nation of Nacho Nyak Dun 59 59 41 18 9 9        
Huu‑Ay‑Aht First Nations 43 43 22 21 3 3 3 4 4 4
Ka:'Yu:'K'T'H/Che:K:Tles7Et'H' First Nation 50 50 23 27 4 4 4 5 5 5
Kluane First Nation 48 48 21 27 5 6 5 6 5  
Kwanlin Dun First Nation 128 128 55 73 15 15 14 15 14  
Little Salmon/Carmacks First Nation 63 63 44 19 10 9        
Nisga'A Nation 493 493 353 140 69 71        
Sechelt Indian Band 56 56 20 36 7 7 7 7 8  
Selkirk First Nation 54 54 43 11 5 6        
Sioux Valley Dakota Nation 15 15   15 15          
Ta'An Kwach'An Council 44 44 19 25 5 5 5 5 5  
Teslin Tlingit Council 63 63 44 19 9 10        
Tr'Ondek Hwech'In 63 63 44 19 10 9        
Ucluelet First Nation 51 51 25 26 4 4 4 4 5 5
Vuntut Gwitchin First Nation 66 66 46 20 10 10        
Westbank First Nation 30 30 6 24 6 6 6 6    
Project                    
First Nations Land Management Resource Centre Inc 18 18 7 11 6 5        
Aggregate of various transfer payment agreements under $10 million                    
Aggregate 6,853 6,853 4,720 2,133 1,451 351 188 98 32 13
Subtotal 21,063 21,063 10,833 10,230 4,470 2,331 1,712 1,192 349 176
Industry —                    
Department —                    
Automotive Innovation Fund                    
Ford Motor Company of Canada Limited 72 72 52 20 18 1 1      
Linamar Corporation 51 51 4 47 15 20 12      
Broadband Canada: Connecting Rural Canadians Program                    
Aggregate 53 53 37 16 16          
Canadian Institute for Advanced Research                    
Linking Canadian researchers to the world 25 25 15 10 5 5        
Community Futures Program                    
Aggregate 25 25 9 16 6 4 2 4    
Genome Canada                    
Research competition in human health 60 60 47 13 8 5        
Northern Ontario Development Program                    
Aggregate 103 103 46 57 29 24 4      
Strategic Aerospace and Defence Initiative                    
Aggregate 87 87 49 38 18 12 6 1 1  
CAE Inc 250 250 55 195 51 52 51 41    
Héroux‑Devtek Inc 49 49 20 29 13 16        
Magellan Aerospace Limited 43 43 24 19 7 6 6      
Pratt & Whitney Canada Corporation 300 300 45 255 75 64 64 52    
Wescam Inc 75 75 5 70 14 16 15 16 9  
Mitacs Inc                    
Delivery of industrial research and development internships 73 73 37 36 19 12 5      
Perimeter Institute for Theoretical Physics                    
Research, training and education in theoretical physics 50 50 30 20 10 10        
Technology Demonstration Program                    
Consortium for Aerospace Research and Innovation Canada 30 30 3 27 8 7 6 6    
Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario —                    
Advanced Manufacturing Fund                    
Baylis Medical Company Incorporated 15 15 3 12 4 3 3 2    
Community Futures Program                    
Aggregate 21 21 6 15 7 4 2 2    
Eastern Ontario Development Program                    
Aggregate 42 42 10 32 10 7 8 7    
Southern Ontario Prosperity Initiative                    
Aggregate 147 147 39 108 63 26 13 6    
Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters 20 20 1 19 6 11 2      
Governing Council of the University of Toronto 20 20 1 19 5 5 5 4    
Sunnybrook Research Institute 20 20 3 17 5 4 4 4    
National Research Council of Canada —                    
Canada Accelerator and Incubator Program                    
Aggregate 71 71   71 19 19 19 14    
Industrial Research Assistance Program                    
Aggregate 98 98   98 93 5        
Triumf                    
Joint venture by a consortium of universities to manage the TRIUMF Facility in British Columbia 224 224 203 21 21          
Subtotal 2,024 2,024 744 1,280 545 338 228 159 10  
Justice —                    
Aboriginal Courtwork Program                    
Aggregate 24 24 10 14 5 5 4      
Contribution to support the implementation of official languages requirements under the Contraventions Act                    
Aggregate 16 16 4 12 4 4 4      
Legal aid services and systems                    
Aggregate 87 87 52 35 17 18        
Government of Alberta 52 52 31 21 11 10        
Government of British Columbia 68 68 41 27 14 13        
Government of Ontario 217 217 130 87 43 44        
Government of Quebec 117 117 70 47 23 24        
Immigration and refugee legal aid component 59 59 36 23 12 11        
Supporting Families Fund                    
Aggregate 27 27 9 18 9 9        
Youth justice services                    
Aggregate 31 31 12 19 6 6 7      
Government of Alberta 68 68 27 41 14 13 14      
Government of British Columbia 88 88 35 53 18 17 18      
Government of Manitoba 25 25 10 15 5 5 5      
Government of New Brunswick 19 19 8 11 4 4 3      
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador 20 20 8 12 4 4 4      
Government of Nova Scotia 25 25 10 15 5 5 5      
Government of Ontario 255 255 102 153 51 51 51      
Government of Quebec 146 146 58 88 29 29 30      
Government of Saskatchewan 30 30 12 18 6 6 6      
Intensive Rehabilitative Custody and Supervision Program 55 55 22 33 11 11 11      
Subtotal 1,429 1,429 687 742 291 289 162      
Natural Resources —                    
ecoENERGY for Biofuels — Support the production of renewable alternatives to gasoline and diesel                    
Aggregate 265 265 238 27 20 7        
ecoENERGY for Renewable Power Program — Increase renewable power                    
Aggregate 434 434 243 191 43 45 37 27 26 13
Ashlu Creek Investments Limited Partnership 26 26 13 13 3 2 3 2 3  
Bear Mountain Wind Limited Partnership 20 20 8 12 2 2 2 2 4  
Brilliant Expansion Power Corporation 47 47 30 17 5 5 7      
Brookfield Power Wind Prince LP 53 53 36 17 5 12        
Canadian Hydro Developers Inc 29 29 18 11 3 3 3 2    
Canadian Renewable Energy Corporation 49 49 28 21 5 5 5 5 1  
Caribou Wind Park Limited Partnership 29 29 13 16 3 3 3 3 4  
Cartier Énergie Éolienne Inc (CAR) 34 34 22 12 3 3 4 2    
Castle Rock Ridge Limited Partnership 23 23 6 17 2 3 2 3 2 5
Dokie General Partnership 33 33 13 20 3 3 3 4 3 4
Enbridge Ontario Wind Power LP 48 48 29 19 4 5 5 5    
Ghost Pine Windfarm LP 21 21 9 12 2 2 2 2 2 2
Glen Dhu Wind Energy Ltd 19 19 7 12 2 2 2 2 2 2
Harrison Hydro Limited Partnership (1 of 2) 35 35 19 16 3 4 3 4 2  
Harrison Hydro Limited Partnership (2 of 2) 25 25 11 14 3 2 3 2 3 1
Kruger Energy Chatham LP 31 31 13 18 3 3 3 3 3 3
Kruger Energy Port Alma LP 31 31 20 11 3 3 3 2    
Mont Louis Wind LP 31 31 12 19 3 3 3 3 3 4
Raleigh Wind Power Partnership 24 24 10 14 2 3 2 3 2 2
Saint‑Ulric Saint‑Léandre Wind LP 32 32 17 15 3 3 3 4 2  
St Joseph WindFarm Inc 42 42 17 25 4 4 4 5 4 4
Talbot Windfarm LP 30 30 12 18 3 3 3 3 3 3
Toba Montrose General Partnership 73 73 29 44 7 7 7 8 7 8
Western Sustainable Power Inc (1 of 3) 20 20 9 11 2 2 2 2 3  
Western Sustainable Power Inc (2 of 3) 18 18 8 10 2 2 2 2 2  
Western Sustainable Power Inc (3 of 3) 21 21 8 13 2 2 2 2 2 3
West Cape Wind Energy LP 24 24 13 11 2 3 2 4    
Weyerhaeuser Company Limited 32 32 13 19 3 3 4 3 3 3
ecoENERGY Innovation Initiative                    
Aggregate 62 62 46 16 16          
Forest Innovation Program — Investing in Canada's Forest Sector                    
FPInnovations 21 21   21 21          
Wind Power Production Incentive                    
Aggregate 227 227 183 44 35 9        
Subtotal 1,909 1,909 1,153 756 222 158 124 109 86 57
Office of Infrastructure of Canada —                    
Border Infrastructure Fund                    
Government of Quebec                    
Highways 35, 55, 73 and 173, Phase I and II 147 147 112 35 12 9   14    
Building Canada Fund — Communities Component                    
Aggregate 376 376 344 32 22 10        
Government of British Columbia 136 136 116 20 11 9        
Government of Ontario 362 362 307 55 41 14        
Government of Quebec 410 410 151 259 73 186        
Building Canada Fund — Major Infrastructure Component                    
Aggregate 784 784 599 185 144 40 1      
City of Niagara Falls                    
Niagara Burgoyne Bridge Replacement 18 18 7 11 11          
City of Ottawa                    
Ottawa Light Rail Transit Project 600 600 245 355 145 120 26 64    
City of Toronto                    
Union Station revitalization 133 133 76 57 25 32        
City of Toronto and Regional Municipality of York                    
Toronto‑York Spadina Subway extension 622 622 495 127 79 48        
City of Winnipeg                    
Highway Plessis Road Underpass Project 25 25 12 13 10 3        
Convention Centre Corporation, Winnipeg Convention Centre                    
Winnipeg Convention Centre expansion and renovations 47 47 35 12 12          
Corporation of the City of London                    
Huron Elgin London Clean Water Project 50 50 35 15 4 11        
Corporation of the City of Victoria                    
Johnson Street Bridge replacement 21 21 10 11 8 3        
Government of Alberta                    
Royal Alberta Museum 113 113 31 82 41 30 11      
Government of British Columbia                    
Evergreen Line Project 340 340 144 196 65 131        
Highway 1: Pritchard to Hoffman's Bluff 26 26 6 20 14 6        
Transit Improvement Initiative 48 48 18 30 13 17        
Government of Nova Scotia                    
Highway 103: Broad River to Port Joli 17 17 6 11 7 4        
Government of Ontario                    
Eastern Ontario Regional Broadband Network 55 55 35 20 14 6        
Government of Quebec                    
Baie‑Comeau Water Treatment Project 20 20   20 2 18        
Jean R. Marcotte Wastewater Treatment Facility 64 64 1 63 7 56        
Laval Drinking Water Treatment Plant 47 47 19 28 8 20        
Montreal Combined Sewer Overflow Project 49 49   49 3 46        
Outremont Switching Yard Project 30 30 5 25 4 21        
Quartier des Spectacles of Montréal 40 40 22 18 10 8        
Quebec National Museum of Fine Arts 34 34 21 13 13          
Trois‑Rivières Amphitheatre 13 13   13 13          
Joseph and Wolf Lebovic Jewish Community Campus                    
Jewish community campus 15 15 5 10 3 7        
Metrolinx                    
GO Transit Improvement Program 250 250 224 26 26          
Regional Municipality of Niagara                    
Niagara‑on‑the‑Lake Wastewater Treatment Project 14 14   14 5 5 1 3    
Regional Municipality of Waterloo                    
Waterloo Rapid Transit 265 265 11 254 150 74 9 21    
The River Valley Alliance                    
Capital Region River Valley Park, Connectivity Phase 30 30   30 13 15 2      
Wilfrid Laurier University                    
Laurier Brantford YMCA 17 17   17 8 9        
Canada Strategic Infrastructure Fund                    
Aggregate 865 865 813 52 37 10 5      
City of Winnipeg                    
Winnipeg Wastewater Treatment 42 42 13 29 10 12 7      
Corporation of the City of Brampton                    
Brampton Züm Phase II Project 42 42 11 31 12 8 11      
Government of Alberta                    
Highway 63 150 150 136 14 14          
Government of Quebec                    
Highways 35, 50, 185, Dorval Interchange and 185 Phase II 445 445 341 104 12 18 9 65    
Shortline Rail 30 30 19 11 11          
Greater Toronto Transit Authority                    
GO Transit Rail Infrastructure Improvements 385 385 299 86 36 35 15      
Metrolinx 46 46 8 38 12 17 9      
Mont Tremblant Resorts & Co 37 37 19 18 18          
Regional Municipality of York                    
York Region Transit VIVA, Phase II 85 85 71 14 5 9        
Green Infrastructure Fund                    
Aggregate 119 119 101 18 12 3 3      
Corporation of the City of Owen Sounds                    
Sewage upgrade 15 15 3 12 8 3 1      
Ministry of Sustainable Development, Environment and the Fight against Climate Change                    
Biomethanation in Longueuil 22 22   22 3 3 11 5    
Biomethanation in Quebec City 17 17   17   2 3 12    
Biomethanation in Saint‑Hyacinthe 11 11   11 2 1 8      
Provincial‑Territorial Base Funding                    
Government of Alberta 175 175 162 13   13        
Government of Manitoba 175 175 165 10 10          
Government of New Brunswick 175 175 162 13 13          
Government of Newfoundland and Labrador 175 175 125 50 50          
Government of Nova Scotia 175 175 160 15   15        
Government of Ontario 175 175 157 18 18          
Government of Quebec 175 175 150 25 25          
Government of Saskatchewan 175 175 165 10 10          
Provincial‑Territorial Infrastructure Component                    
Government of Saskatchewan                    
National Regional Highway Projects 26 26 8 18 9 6 2 1    
Provincial‑Territorial Infrastructure Component — Small Communities Fund                    
Government of Alberta 94 94   94 3 22 22 22 25  
Government of British Columbia 109 109   109 2 5 15 20 20 47
Government of Manitoba 47 47   47 5 4 5 5 10 18
Government of New Brunswick 39 39   39 5 5 5 5 5 14
Government of the Northwest Territories 26 26   26 3 3 3 3 3 11
Government of Nova Scotia 43 43   43 2 2 3 6 6 24
Government of Nunavut 26 26   26   3 3 3 4 13
Government of Ontario 272 272   272 29 60 81 64 30 8
Government of Prince Edward Island 28 28   28 6 3 2 3 3 11
Government of Yukon 26 26   26 1 10 10 5    
Government of the Northwest Territories                    
Inuvik to Tuktoyaktuk Highway 200 200 79 121 66 11 44      
Subtotal 9,865 9,865 6,259 3,606 1,465 1,241 327 321 106 146
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness —                    
Department —                    
First Nations Policing Program                    
Aggregate 85 85 24 61 22 20 19      
Cree Regional Authority 35 35 8 27 9 9 9      
Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council Inc 15 15 4 11 4 4 3      
Kativik Regional Government 36 36 9 27 9 9 9      
Treaty Three Police Service Board 26 26 6 20 7 6 7      
Safer Communities Initiative                    
Aggregate 123 123 40 83 24 21 21 14 3  
Royal Canadian Mounted Police —                    
Canadian Firearms Program                    
Aggregate 46 46 32 14 14          
Subtotal 366 366 123 243 89 69 68 14 3  
Transport —                    
Department —                    
Airports Capital Assistance Program                    
Aggregate 42 42 12 30 30          
Town of Peace River 11 11   11 11          
Asia‑Pacific Gateway and Corridor Transportation Infrastructure Fund                    
Aggregate 183 183 143 40 40          
Government of Alberta 75 75 51 24 22 2        
Contribution for Ferry and Coastal Passenger and Freight Services                    
Northumberland Ferries Limited (between Woods Islands, Prince Edward Island and Caribou, Nova Scotia) 22 21 10 11 11          
Gateways and Border Crossings Fund                    
Aggregate 210 210 192 18 18          
Government of Manitoba 52 52 25 27   10 17      
Government of Ontario 764 764 328 436 398 38        
Saint Mary's River Bridge Company 52 52 16 36 10 18 5 3    
Ocean Networks ‑ Smart Oceans Contribution Program                    
Ocean Networks Canada 20 20 4 16 7 9        
Outaouais Roads Agreement                    
Quebec Ministry of Transportation 154 154 142 12   1 7 1 3  
Provision of Ferry, Coastal Freight and Passenger Services in British Columbia                    
British Columbia Ministry of Transportation and Infrastructure 608 608 430 178 29 29 30 30 30 30
Regional and Remote Passenger Rail Services                    
Aggregate 15 15 4 11 4 3 4      
Tshiuetin Rail Transportation Inc 30 30 8 22 8 7 7      
Subtotal 2,238 2,237 1,365 872 588 117 70 34 33 30
Western Economic Diversification —                    
Community Futures Program                    
Aggregate 77 77   77 28 25 24      
Western Diversification Program                    
Aggregate 82 82   82 55 22 5      
Women's Enterprise Initiative                    
Aggregate 11 11   11 3 4 4      
Rick Hansen Foundation                    
Spinal cord injury research and care programs, initiatives and networks 35 35 15 20 7 7 6      
The Governors of the University of Calgary                    
Develop and implement an International Policy Program 15 15 4 11 2 1 2 1 5  
Subtotal 220 220 19 201 95 59 41 1 5  
Subtotal 70,756 70,752 34,020 36,732 15,148 8,063 5,561 3,567 2,035 2,358
Consolidated Crown Corporations and Other Entities —                    
Canada Council for the Arts —                    
Grants 133 133   133 83 50        
Canada Foundation for Innovation —                    
Grants 6,521 6,067 5,559 508 239 139 57 52 21  
International Development Research Centre —                    
Development Innovation Fund Program 220 220 166 54 44 10        
PPP Canada Inc.                    
P3 Canada Fund 1,259 1,259 24 1,235 58 145 121 751 160  
Subtotal 8,133 7,679 5,749 1,930 424 344 178 803 181  
Total transfer payment agreements 78,889 78,431 39,769 38,662 15,572 8,407 5,739 4,370 2,216 2,358
Capital assets and purchases —                    
Capital assets —                    
Environment —                    
Nuna East Ltd                    
Eureka Runway Reconstruction, Eureka Ellesmere Island, Nunavut 11 11 1 10 5 5        
Fisheries and Oceans —                    
Bell Helicopter Textron Canada Limited                    
Acquisition of helicopters for the Canadian Coast Guard —                    
Light‑lift helicopters 173 173 19 154 154          
Medium‑lift helicopters 138 138   138 13 55 70      
Chantier Davie Canada Inc                    
Vessel life extension of the CCGS Earl Grey 12 12   12 12          
Vancouver Shipyards Co Ltd                    
Acquisition of Offshore Fisheries Science Vessels —                    
Marine architecture and engineering services 41 41 26 15 15          
Purchase of long lead items 61 61 7 54 54          
Subtotal 425 425 52 373 248 55 70      
Industry —                    
Canadian Space Agency —                    
MacDonald, Dettwiler and Associates Ltd                    
Scientific activities for the construction of Radarsat ‑ Constellation (3 satellites)                    
Subtotal 716 716 308 408 174 106 59 65 4  
National Defence —                    
Department —                    
Aecon Atlantic Group / SNC‑Lavalin Construction (Atlantic) in Joint Venture                    
Consolidate training and support facilities, Canadian Forces Base Halifax 76 73 22 51 39 12        
Almiq Contracting Ltd                    
Arctic/Offshore Patrol Ships 80 69 23 46 20 25 1      
Boeing, Ridley Park, Pennsylvania                    
15 Medium to Heavy Lift Helicopters (Chinooks) 1,242 1,242 1,225 17 16 1        
Bondfield Construction Company Limited                    
Construction of Hangar 6, Trenton, Ontario 100 88 75 13 13          
Bonnechere Excavating Inc                    
Medium to Heavy Lift Helicopter Project, Infrastructure support, Petawawa, Ontario 233 226 216 10 10          
CAE Inc                    
Aircrew operational training services in support of the CC‑130J and CH147F aircrafts 303 303 260 43 29 14        
Carillion Canada Inc                    
Seismic retrofit at Seaforth Armoury and relocation of Jericho Beach units, Vancouver, British Columbia 48 47 37 10 10          
Dialog Ontario Inc, Graham Construction and Engineering LP                    
Design and construct new Integrated Healthcare Services Centre CFB Borden, Angus, Ontario 22 20 10 10 10          
DEW Engineering and Development ULC                    
Special Equipment Vehicle 228 228 188 40 23 17        
EADS Deutschland GBMH, Ulm, Germany                    
Area Surveillance and Secondary Surveillance Radar 67 67 13 54 27 27        
EllisDon Corporation (Ottawa), J.L. Richard & Associates (Ottawa), Marshall & Murray Inc                    
Upgrade Sawyer Complex, CFB Kingston, Ontario 150 136 107 29 20 2 7      
EllisDon Kinetic ‑ Joint Venture                    
Design and construct maintenance facility, CFB Esquimalt, British Columbia 220 213 86 127 58 53 16      
General Dynamics Canada Ltd                    
CP‑140 Aurora Data Management System Project 426 426 413 13 13          
Land Command Support System Engineering and Integration Long Term Support Contract 750 620 587 33 28 5        
General Dynamics Land Systems Canada                    
Light Armoured Vehicle III Upgrade Implementation Contract 1,271 1,049 573 476 280 170 26      
Light Armoured Vehicle: Reconnaissance Surveillance Suite 359 254 15 239 34 80 115 10    
Irving Shipbuilding Inc, Halifax, Nova Scotia                    
Arctic Offshore Patrol Ship Build Contract 2,743 2,270 63 2,207 263 375 388 424 422 335
Arctic Offshore Patrol Ship Definition Contract 237 233 191 42 42          
Israel Ministry of Defence                    
The Stand‑Off Direction System 40 40 21 19 13 6        
Lockheed Martin Canada                    
Combat Systems Integration 1,489 1,473 1,271 202 140 44 8 10    
Lockheed Martin Corporation, United States                    
Aurora Structural Life Extension Project 266 264 186 78 6 35 37      
Purchase of 17 C130J‑30 aircrafts 2,470 2,415 2,213 202 167 35        
MacDonald Dettwiler and Associates Ltd                    
CP‑140 Aurora Aircraft Imaging Radar Acquisition Project 315 315 259 56 26 21 9      
Raytheon Canada Limited                    
Repair, overhaul and conversion of radar equipment, Calgary, Alberta 181 181 134 47 10 10 9 7 11  
Rheinmetall Landsysteme GmbH                    
Armoured Recovery Vehicle conversion and integrated logistic support, Saint‑Jean‑sur‑Richelieu, Quebec 85 83 47 36 34 2        
Rounthwaite, Dick & Hadley Architects, Carillion Canada Inc                    
Canadian Forces School of Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Consolidation Project — design and construct building, Borden, Ontario 38 35 24 11 11          
Sikorsky International Operations Inc Stratford, United States                    
Acquisition of 28 maritime helicopters 1,883 1,883 991 892 171     149 149 423
Textron Systems Canada Inc                    
Tactical Armoured Patrol Vehicle acquisition contract 609 609 44 565 4 356 205      
Thales Canada Inc                    
Land Command Support System Software Long Term Support Contract 350 280 256 24 14 10        
Tactical Control Radar Modernization 52 52 2 50   25 25      
United States Department of the Air Force                    
Directed Infra‑Red Counter Measures 83 83 31 52 17 17 18      
United States Department of the Navy                    
Advanced Distributed Combat Training System CF‑18 Modernization 25 25 14 11 2 9        
Protected Military Satellite Communications 105 104 61 43 11 11 11 10    
OFP Software Support 27 27 14 13 1         12
Vancouver Shipyards Co. Ltd                    
Joint support ship, initial design review contract 23 23 11 12 12          
Subtotal 16,596 15,456 9,683 5,773 1,574 1,362 875 610 582 770
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness —                    
Royal Canadian Mounted Police —                    
City of Chilliwack                    
Chilliwack Firing rangeLink to footnote 1                    
Subtotal 18 18 11 7 4 1 1   1  
Public Works and Government Services —                    
Department —                    
8424934 Canada Inc                    
Public Service Pay Centre lease, Miramichi, New BrunswickLink to footnote 1 70 70   70   2 5 2 3 58
Construction Demathieu & Bard Inc                    
Latchford dam replacement, Ontario 26 26   26 13 13        
East Block Rehabilitation of the Exterior of the Original 1867 Wing, Ottawa, Ontario                    
Aggregate 167 25 14 11 10 1        
EBC Inc                    
Big Chaudière dam replacement, Dokis, Ontario 13 13 2 11 11          
EllisDon Corporation                    
Canadian High Arctic Research Station (CHARS), Cambridge Bay, Nunavut 103 103 21 82 36 28 18      
Government Conference Centre, Ottawa, Ontario                    
Aggregate 191 21 11 10 10          
PCL Constructors Canada Inc 78 78 7 71 30 41        
IBM Canada Ltd                    
Transformation of Pay Administration 125 95 77 18 18          
North Alaska Highway maintenance and repair services, British Columbia                    
Aggregate 101 101 73 28 14 7 6 1    
North America Construction (1993) Ltd                    
Timiskaming dam replacement, Long Sault Island, Ontario 21 21 2 19 14 5        
Pomerleau Inc                    
Construction for Macdonald‑Cartier bridge, Ottawa‑Gatineau 30 30 17 13 13          
Pomerleau Inc, Investissements Immobiliers Kevlar Inc                    
Quebec Tax Services Office, 2575 Sainte‑Anne Boulevard, QuébecLink to footnote 1 44 44   44 2 2 3 2 2 33
Société d'habitation et de développement de Montréal                    
National Film Board of Canada lease, Quartier des spectacles, Montréal, QuebecLink to footnote 1 65 65   65   3 3 3 3 53
Wellington Building Renovation                    
Ottawa, Ontario 425 361 286 75 74 1        
West Block Program                    
Ottawa, Ontario 1,171 929 604 325 133 148 41 3    
Wild Stone Engineering Ltd                    
Inuvik RCMP Building, Northwest Territories 19 19 6 13 12 1        
Subtotal 2,649 2,001 1,120 881 390 252 76 11 8 144
Subtotal 20,415 18,627 11,175 7,452 2,395 1,781 1,081 686 595 914
Consolidated Crown Corporations and Other Entities —                    
Canadian Air Transport Security Authority —                    
Aéroports de Montréal 19 19 1 18 6 12        
Greater Toronto Airports Authority 83 83 15 68 54 11 3      
The Calgary Airport Authority 14 14   14 3 4 1 3 3  
Vancouver International Airport Authority 115 115 44 71 8 13 22 24 4  
Subtotal 231 231 60 171 71 40 26 27 7  
VIA Rail Canada Inc. —                    
CAD Railway Industries                    
Repair and modernize up to a maximum of 98 LRC cars 24 24 14 10 10          
Subtotal 255 255 74 181 81 40 26 27 7  
Total capital assets 20,670 18,882 11,249 7,633 2,476 1,821 1,107 713 602 914
Purchases —                    
Citizenship and Immigration —                    
Canadian Bank Note Company Ltd                    
Purchase of passport materials 137 137 100 37 37          
VF Worldwide Holdings Limited                    
Global Network of Visa Application Centres including Biometric collection functions 47 47 10 37 12 17 8      
Subtotal 184 184 110 74 49 17 8      
Employment and Social Development —                    
Accenture Inc                    
Mainframe Legacy Application Migration Project 40 40 4 36 26 8 2      
Quantum Management Services Ltd                    
Provide and manage a team of information centre specialists to assist in the delivery of public enquiry services 59 59 23 36 20 16        
Subtotal 99 99 27 72 46 24 2      
Environment —                    
Bell Mobility                    
Broadcast services 17 17 4 13 1   1   1 10
Fisheries and Oceans —                    
Provincial Airlines Ltd                    
Air Surveillance Services 137 106 83 23 11 12        
Health —                    
Department —                    
Express Scripts Inc                    
Management and administration of the Health Information Claims Processing System 172 172 104 68 23 24 21      
Nursing services                    
Bayshore Health Care Ltd 21 21 2 19 10 7 2      
Padabun Nursing Inc CHCA Ltd 31 31 5 26 13 10 3      
Venture Health Care Inc 52 52 3 49 28 17 4      
Public Health Agency of Canada —                    
GlaxoSmithKline                    
Pandemic readiness fees 95 95 37 58 9 10 10 10 10 9
Subtotal 371 371 151 220 83 68 40 10 10 9
Industry —                    
Canadian Space Agency —                    
exactEarth Ltd                    
Space‑Based Automated Identification System Data Services 19 19 6 13 13          
MacDonald Dettwiler and Associates Ltd                    
Logistics and Sustaining Engineering Support for the International Space Station Mobile Servicing System 100 100 73 27 27          
Statistics Canada —                    
Transcontinental Printing 2005 GP                    
Census 2016 ‑ Printing services 11 11   11 10 1        
Subtotal 130 130 79 51 50 1        
National Defence —                    
Department —                    
ADGA Group Consultants Inc                    
Land Command Support System Weapon System Management 251 133 93 40 25 15        
Allied Wings Limited Partnership                    
Primary rotary wing and multi‑engine pilot training, Portage, Manitoba 1,828 1,768 688 1,080 81 82 83 85 85 664
AMEC Foster Wheeler (Dartmouth), Nordlys Environmental Limited Partnership and others                    
Goose Bay Remediation Project, Newfoundland and Labrador 62 60 29 31 14 9 6 2    
ATCO Group                    
Facilities maintenance, Calgary, Alberta 78 52 13 39 13 13 13      
Babcock Canada Inc                    
Victoria in service support contract 1,285 1,195 796 399 133 133 133      
BAE Bofors System, Sweden                    
57mm gun 120 94 78 16 16          
Bell Helicopter Textron Canada Limited                    
Optimized Weapon System Support, CH‑146 Griffon 641 641 331 310 52 52 51 52 52 51
Black & McDonald Ltd                    
Dwyer Hill Training Centre facilities maintenance and support services 19 19 6 13 6 7        
BMT Fleet Technology Limited                    
ELMS Services to Ship Design 55 34 8 26 6 7 6 7    
Boeing, Ridley Park, Pennsylvania                    
In‑service support for the CH147F Fleet 415 415 113 302 100 100 102      
Bombardier Inc                    
NATO Flying training in Canada, Moose Jaw and Cold Lake 2,583 1,922 1,330 592 105 107 109 109 73 89
Bronswerk Marine Inc                    
Repair and overhaul of 85 and 125 ton water chillers 17 17 5 12 4 4 4      
CAE Inc                    
Aircrew operational training services in support of the CC‑130J and CH147F aircrafts 281 281 8 273 13 12 14 13 13 208
Calian Technologies Ltd                    
Recruit and manage health services providers for the Canadian Armed Forces