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
($)
  Department                  
1 Operating expenditures   571,067,134     571,067,134        
1a Operating expenditures     8,964,980   8,964,980        
1b Operating expenditures     6,204,438   6,204,438        
1c Operating expenditures     19,633,255   19,633,255        
  Transfer from:                  
  Vote 1 (Shared Services Canada)       1,500,000 1,500,000        
  TB Vote 15 Link to footnote 1       697,815 697,815        
  TB Vote 25 Link to footnote 1       30,901,834 30,901,834        
  TB Vote 30 Link to footnote 1       11,842,010 11,842,010        
  Transfer to:                  
  Vote 1 (Shared Services Canada)       (negative 2,462,043) (negative 2,462,043)        
  Vote 5       (negative 8,964,980) (negative 8,964,980)        
  Deemed appropriations to Vote 2 (Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada) Link to footnote 2       (negative 203,528) (negative 203,528)        
  Total — Vote 1   571,067,134 34,802,673 33,311,108 639,180,915 618,337,341 20,843,574   645,699,959
5 Grants and contributions   1,227,675,995     1,227,675,995        
5a Grants and contributions     490,235,798   490,235,798        
5b Grants and contributions     43,024,222   43,024,222        
  Transfer from:                  
  Vote 1       8,964,980 8,964,980        
  Vote 10 (Indian Affairs and Northern Development)       497,000 497,000        
  Transfer to Vote 10 (National Research Council of Canada)       (negative 15,000,000) (negative 15,000,000)        
  Total — Vote 5   1,227,675,995 533,260,020 (negative 5,538,020) 1,755,397,995 1,570,718,755 184,679,240   1,697,786,241
7c Debt write‑off — Canada Student Loans     294,647,678   294,647,678 287,430,643 7,217,035    
Link to footnote S Contributions to employee benefit plans   222,011,536 2,507,029 6,822,829 231,341,394 231,341,394     241,812,820
Link to footnote S Minister of Employment and Social Development and Minister for Democratic Reform — Salary and motor car allowance   80,300     80,300 80,300     78,700
Link to footnote S Minister of Labour and Minister of Status of Women — Salary and motor car allowance   80,300     80,300 80,300     82,297
Link to footnote S Minister of State (Seniors) — Motor car allowance   2,000     2,000 2,000     2,000
Link to footnote S Minister of State (Social Development) — Motor car allowance   2,000     2,000 2,000     1,425
Link to footnote S Old Age Security payments (Old Age Security Act)   33,554,711,274 (negative 322,916,684) 303,712,688 33,535,507,278 33,535,507,278     31,911,357,696
Link to footnote S Guaranteed Income Supplement payments (Old Age Security Act)   10,122,657,233 (negative 97,856,032) 41,351,265 10,066,152,466 10,066,152,466     9,372,773,071
Link to footnote S Universal Child Care Benefit (Universal Child Care Benefit Act)   2,819,000,000   (negative 80,506,780) 2,738,493,220 2,738,493,220     2,740,095,187
Link to footnote S Canada Education Savings grant payments to Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) trustees on behalf of RESP beneficiaries to encourage Canadians to save for post‑secondary education for their children   773,000,000 7,000,000 1,081,862 781,081,862 781,081,862     760,199,839
Link to footnote S Canada student grants to qualifying full and part‑time students pursuant to the Canada Student Financial Assistance Act   722,619,884 13,132,724 (negative 28,912,974) 706,839,634 706,839,634     725,360,274
Link to footnote S Payments related to the direct financing arrangement under the Canada Student Financial Assistance Act   581,204,968 48,067,976 1,248,720 630,521,664 630,521,664     558,049,063
Link to footnote S Allowance payments (Old Age Security Act)   544,293,849 (negative 4,210,730) (negative 8,669,195) 531,413,924 531,413,924     528,202,660
Link to footnote S Canada Disability Savings Grant payments to Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) issuers on behalf of RDSP beneficiaries to encourage long‑term financial security of eligible individuals with disabilities   228,300,000 16,118,788 (negative 13,849,009) 230,569,779 230,569,779     190,281,476
Link to footnote S Canada Learning Bond payments to Registered Education Savings Plan (RESP) trustees on behalf of RESP beneficiaries to support access to post‑secondary education for children from low‑income families   127,000,000 (negative 14,000,000) (negative 8,867,538) 104,132,462 104,132,462     105,899,211
Link to footnote S Canada Disability Savings Bond payments to Registered Disability Savings Plan (RDSP) issuers on behalf of RDSP beneficiaries to encourage long‑term financial security of eligible individuals with disabilities   85,700,000 26,404,474 (negative 7,108,345) 104,996,129 104,996,129     83,427,379
Link to footnote S Wage Earner Protection Program payments to eligible applicants owed wages and vacation pay, severance pay and termination pay from employers who are either bankrupt or in receivership as well as payments to trustees and receivers who will provide the necessary information to determine eligibility   49,250,000   (negative 26,419,285) 22,830,715 22,830,715     32,131,039
Link to footnote S Payments of compensation respecting government employees (Government Employees Compensation Act) and merchant seamen (Merchant Seamen Compensation Act)   44,000,000   (negative 6,627,084) 37,372,916 37,372,916     40,534,130
Link to footnote S The provision of funds for interest and other payments to lending institutions and liabilities under the Canada Student Financial Assistance Act   6,497,147   3,102,800 9,599,947 9,599,947     9,756,281
Link to footnote S The provision of funds for liabilities including liabilities in the form of guaranteed loans under the Canada Student Loans Act   (negative 8,564,345)   3,280,138 (negative 5,284,207) (negative 5,284,207)     (negative 6,944,621)
Link to footnote S Civil service insurance actuarial liability adjustments   145,000   (negative 145,000)          
Link to footnote S Supplementary retirement benefits — Annuities agents' pensions   35,000   (negative 33,522) 1,478 1,478     2,671
Link to footnote S The provision of funds for interest payments to lending institutions under the Canada Student Loans Act   3,452   (negative 4,203) (negative 751) (negative 751)     3,571
Link to footnote S Payments related to the direct financing arrangement under the Apprentice Loans Act (Budget 2014)     2,000,000 (negative 2,000,000)          
Link to footnote S Spending of proceeds from the disposal of surplus Crown assets 160,787     341,882 502,669 209,070   293,599 66,828
Link to footnote S Refunds of amounts credited to revenues in previous years       1,077,092 1,077,092 1,077,092     342,569
Link to footnote S Spending pursuant to section 12(4) of the Canada Education Savings Act 758,189     1,000,057 1,758,246 1,250,011   508,235 913,588
Link to footnote S Energy cost benefit       (negative 250) (negative 250) (negative 250)     (negative 2,833)
  Appropriations not required for the current year                 9,000,000
  Total budgetary 918,976 51,670,772,727 538,957,916 207,649,236 52,418,298,855 52,204,757,172 212,739,849 801,834 49,646,912,521
Link to footnote S Link to footnote L Loans disbursed under the Canada Student Financial Assistance Act (Net)   779,981,475 4,301,814 40,929,767 825,213,056 825,213,056     1,099,875,159
Link to footnote S Link to footnote L Loans disbursed under the Apprentice Loans Act (Budget 2014) (Net)     42,000,000 (negative 23,191,210) 18,808,790 18,808,790      
Link to footnote S Link to footnote L Advance issued to provincial Workers Compensation boards under the Government Employees Compensation Act       547,000 547,000 547,000      
  Total Department —                  
  Budgetary 918,976 51,670,772,727 538,957,916 207,649,236 52,418,298,855 52,204,757,172 212,739,849 801,834 49,646,912,521
  Non‑budgetary   779,981,475 46,301,814 18,285,557 844,568,846 844,568,846     1,099,875,159
  Canada Industrial Relations Board Link to footnote 3                  
1 Program expenditures   11,823,711     11,823,711        
  Transfer from:                  
  TB Vote 15 Link to footnote 1       44,070 44,070        
  TB Vote 25 Link to footnote 1       595,827 595,827        
  Deemed appropriations to Vote 2 (Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada) Link to footnote 2       (negative 5,863,696) (negative 5,863,696)        
  Total — Vote 1   11,823,711   (negative 5,223,799) 6,599,912 6,589,868 10,044   11,752,579
Link to footnote S Contributions to employee benefit plans   1,540,245   (negative 641,769) 898,476 898,476     1,504,627
Link to footnote S Spending of proceeds from the disposal of surplus Crown assets 201       201   201    
  Total Agency — Budgetary 201 13,363,956   (negative 5,865,568) 7,498,589 7,488,344 10,245   13,257,206
  Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation                  
1 To reimburse Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation for the amounts of loans forgiven, grants, contributions and expenditures made, and losses, costs and expenses incurred under the provisions of the National Housing Act or in respect of the exercise of powers or the carrying out of duties or functions conferred on the Corporation pursuant to the authority of any Act of Parliament of Canada other than the National Housing Act, in accordance with the Corporation's authority under the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation Act   2,097,353,000     2,097,353,000 2,053,213,063 44,139,937   2,054,849,627
  Appropriations not required for the current year                 30,000,000
  Total budgetary   2,097,353,000     2,097,353,000 2,053,213,063 44,139,937   2,084,849,627
Link to footnote S Link to footnote L Advances under the National Housing Act (Net)   (negative 10,880,408,000)   415,094,667 (negative 10,465,313,333) (negative 10,465,313,333)     (negative 41,950,460,603)
  Total Agency —                  
  Budgetary   2,097,353,000     2,097,353,000 2,053,213,063 44,139,937   2,084,849,627
  Non‑budgetary   (negative 10,880,408,000)   415,094,667 (negative 10,465,313,333) (negative 10,465,313,333)     (negative 41,950,460,603)
  Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety                  
1 Program expenditures   3,978,250     3,978,250        
  Transfer from:                  
  TB Vote 15 Link to footnote 1       1,350 1,350        
  TB Vote 25 Link to footnote 1       407,659 407,659        
  Total — Vote 1   3,978,250   409,009 4,387,259 3,633,019 754,240   4,129,766
Link to footnote S Contributions to employee benefit plans   1,080,791   (negative 27,872) 1,052,919 1,052,919     1,117,425
  Total Agency — Budgetary   5,059,041   381,137 5,440,178 4,685,938 754,240   5,247,191
  National Capital Commission Link to footnote 4                  
1 Payments to the National Capital Commission for operating expenditures       6,316,117 6,316,117 6,316,117      
5 Payments to the National Capital Commission for capital expenditures       1,969,174 1,969,174 1,969,174      
  Total Agency — Budgetary       8,285,291 8,285,291 8,285,291      
  Office of the Co‑ordinator, Status of Women                  
1 Operating expenditures   9,370,497     9,370,497        
1a Operating expenditures     150,000   150,000        
  Transfer from:                  
  TB Vote 15 Link to footnote 1       17,457 17,457        
  TB Vote 25 Link to footnote 1       466,957 466,957        
  TB Vote 30 Link to footnote 1       13,983 13,983        
  Total — Vote 1   9,370,497 150,000 498,397 10,018,894 9,817,072 201,822   11,063,460
5 Grants and contributions   19,033,333     19,033,333 19,033,332 1   19,033,333
Link to footnote S Contributions to employee benefit plans   1,203,900   69,436 1,273,336 1,273,336     1,325,490
Link to footnote S Spending of proceeds from the disposal of surplus Crown assets 2,004       2,004 2,004      
  Total Agency — Budgetary 2,004 29,607,730 150,000 567,833 30,327,567 30,125,744 201,823   31,422,283
  Total Ministry —                  
  Budgetary 921,181 53,816,156,454 539,107,916 211,017,929 54,567,203,480 54,308,555,552 257,846,094 801,834 51,781,688,828
  Non‑budgetary   (negative 10,100,426,525) 46,301,814 433,380,224 (negative 9,620,744,487) (negative 9,620,744,487)     (negative 40,850,585,444)

Footnotes

Footnote S

Statutory authority.

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Footnote L

Non‑budgetary authority (loan, investment or advance).

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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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Footnote 2

Deemed appropriations pursuant to section 31.1 of the Financial Administration Act.

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Footnote 3

The Economic Action Plan 2014 Act, No. 1 and Order in Council P.C. 2014–1106 established the Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada (ATSSC), effective November 1, 2014. The ATSSC becomes the sole provider of resources and staff for eleven administrative tribunals, including Canada Industrial Relations Board.

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Footnote 4

Order in Council P.C. 2015–0194, designated the Minister of Employment and Social Development as the Minister for the purposes of the National Capital Act, effective February 9, 2015.

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