Ministry Summary

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Table Summary

The table presents the Ministry Summary. The table consists of 4 columns: Vote; Description; Source of authorities; Disposition of authorities. Under Source of authorities, there are 5 columns: Available from previous years; Main Estimates; Supplementary Estimates; Adjustments, Warrants and Transfers; Total available for use. Under Disposition of authorities there are 4 columns: Used in the current year; Lapsed or (overexpended); Available for use in subsequent years; Used in the previous year. Subtotals are displayed within each department or agency, for each vote, statutory votes, budgetary and non-budgetary authorities and for each department or agency. At the end of the table, ministry totals are displayed for total budgetary and non-budgetary authorities.

Vote Description Source of authorities Disposition of authorities
Available from previous years
($)
Main Estimates
($)
Supplementary Estimates
($)
Adjustments, warrants and transfers
($)
Total available for use
($)
Used in the current year
($)
Lapsed or (overexpended)
($)
Available for use in subsequent years
($)
Used in the previous year
($)
1 Operating expenditures, contributions and recoverable expenditures on behalf of the Canada Pension Plan and the Employment Insurance Act 292,514,316 2,877,504,675     3,170,018,991        
1b Operating expenditures, contributions and recoverable expenditures on behalf of the Canada Pension Plan and the Employment Insurance Act     41,650,380   41,650,380        
  Transfer from:                  
  Vote 1 (Public Works and Government Services)       13,932,776 13,932,776        
  TB Vote 15Link to footnote 1       2,419,094 2,419,094        
  TB Vote 30Link to footnote 1       163,848,471 163,848,471        
  Total — Vote 1 292,514,316 2,877,504,675 41,650,380 180,200,341 3,391,869,712 3,167,429,873 10,117,347 214,322,492 3,097,500,944
5 Capital expenditures and recoverable expenditures on behalf of the Canada Pension Plan and the Employment Insurance Act 46,710,758 72,447,985     119,158,743        
5b Capital expenditures and recoverable expenditures on behalf of the Canada Pension Plan and the Employment Insurance Act     4,255,062   4,255,062        
  Total — Vote 5 46,710,758 72,447,985 4,255,062   123,413,805 76,291,182   47,122,623 63,301,048
Link to footnote S Contributions to employee benefit plans   405,914,620 7,280,589 34,479,423 447,674,632 447,674,632     458,804,991
Link to footnote S Minister of National Revenue — Salary and motor car allowance   80,300     80,300 80,300     78,700
Link to footnote S Disbursements to provinces under the Softwood Lumber Products Export Charge Act, 2006   80,000,000 (negative 80,000,000) (negative 15,118,882) (negative 15,118,882) (negative 15,118,882)     42,344,675
Link to footnote S Spending of revenues received through the conduct of its operations pursuant to section 60 of the Canada Revenue Agency Act   179,308,529   (negative 13,223,240) 166,085,289 166,085,289     164,015,731
Link to footnote S Children's special allowance payments   246,000,000   (negative 31,238,801) 214,761,199 214,761,199     235,403,434
Link to footnote S Payments under the Energy Costs Assistance Measures Act       250 250 250     500
Link to footnote S Spending of proceeds from the disposal of surplus Crown assets       173,717 173,717 173,717     222,344
Link to footnote S Court awards — Tax Court       3,398,465 3,398,465 3,398,465     1,131,905
Link to footnote S Refunds of amounts credited to revenues in previous years       27,722 27,722 27,722     30,000
Link to footnote S Losses on foreign exchange       30,243 30,243 30,243     731
  Appropriations not required for the current year                 24,353
  Total Ministry — Budgetary 339,225,074 3,861,256,109 (negative 26,813,969) 158,729,238 4,332,396,452 4,060,833,990 10,117,347 261,445,115 4,062,859,356

Footnotes

Footnote S

Statutory authority.

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Footnote 1
  • Treasury Board Vote 5 — Government contingencies.
  • Treasury Board Vote 10 — Government-wide initiatives.
  • Treasury Board Vote 15 — Compensation adjustments.
  • Treasury Board Vote 25 — Operating budget carry forward.
  • Treasury Board Vote 30 — Paylist requirements.
  • Treasury Board Vote 33 — Capital budget carry forward.

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