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
($)
  DepartmentLink to footnote 1                  
1 Operating expenditures   1,786,071,771     1,786,071,771        
1b Operating expenditures     56,248,925   56,248,925        
1c Operating expenditures     49,789,150   49,789,150        
  Transfer from:                  
  Vote 1 (Canadian Radio‑television and Telecommunications Commission)       35,543 35,543        
  Vote 1 (Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development)       99,242 99,242        
  Vote 1 (Parks Canada Agency)       3,500,000 3,500,000        
  Vote 1 (Shared Services Canada)       5,300,000 5,300,000        
  TB Vote 15Link to footnote 2       2,805,355 2,805,355        
  TB Vote 25Link to footnote 2       41,972,561 41,972,561        
  TB Vote 30Link to footnote 2       16,227,346 16,227,346        
  Transfer to:                  
  Vote 1 (Canada Revenue Agency)       (negative 13,932,776) (negative 13,932,776)        
  Vote 1 (Canadian Heritage)       (negative 474,575) (negative 474,575)        
  Vote 1 (Canadian Radio‑television and Telecommunications Commission)       (negative 694,500) (negative 694,500)        
  Vote 1 (Communications Security Establishment)       (negative 68,458) (negative 68,458)        
  Vote 1 (Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec)       (negative 260,000) (negative 260,000)        
  Vote 1 (Industry)       (negative 926,000) (negative 926,000)        
  Vote 1 (Shared Services Canada)       (negative 1,799,287) (negative 1,799,287)        
  Vote 5       (negative 254,498,855) (negative 254,498,855)        
  Vote 10 (Indian affairs and Northern Development)       (negative 12,740) (negative 12,740)        
  Deemed appropriations from Vote 1 (Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation)Link to footnote 3       31,527,000 31,527,000        
  Total — Vote 1   1,786,071,771 106,038,075 (negative 171,200,144) 1,720,909,702 1,653,272,183 67,637,519   2,085,289,360
5 Capital expenditures   759,963,628     759,963,628        
5b Capital expenditures     80,000,000   80,000,000        
  Transfer from:                  
  Vote 1       254,498,855 254,498,855        
  TB Vote 15Link to footnote 2       8,031 8,031        
  TB Vote 33Link to footnote 2       64,019,139 64,019,139        
  Total — Vote 5   759,963,628 80,000,000 318,526,025 1,158,489,653 985,519,900 172,969,753   654,842,004
Link to footnote S Contributions to employee benefit plans   112,067,505   (negative 5,625,570) 106,441,935 106,441,935     111,673,495
Link to footnote S Minister of Public Works and Government Services — Salary and motor car allowance   80,300     80,300 80,300     78,700
Link to footnote S Optional Services Revolving Fund 34,010,271       34,010,271 5,361,598   28,648,673 1,609,214
Link to footnote S Translation Bureau Revolving Fund 30,935,663 1,340,709   (negative 1,340,709) 30,935,663        
  Transfer from TB Vote 30Link to footnote 2       1,511,000 1,511,000        
  Total — Translation Bureau Revolving Fund 30,935,663 1,340,709   170,291 32,446,663 (negative 4,572,218)   37,018,881 (negative 2,545,780)
Link to footnote S Real Property Services Revolving Fund 202,329,792 4,600,000   (negative 4,600,000) 202,329,792        
  Authority to access its unused authority, net of the drawdown authority       13,592,166 13,592,166        
  Authority to access its unused authority, net of the drawdown authority       (negative 13,592,166) (negative 13,592,166)        
  Transfer from TB Vote 30Link to footnote 2       2,097,639 2,097,639        
  Total — Real Property Services Revolving Fund 202,329,792 4,600,000   (negative 2,502,361) 204,427,431 20,289,805   184,137,626 (negative 4,336,597)
Link to footnote S Defence Production Revolving Fund 100,000,000       100,000,000     100,000,000  
Link to footnote S Refunds of amounts credited to revenues in previous years       472,871 472,871 472,871     102,149
Link to footnote S Spending of proceeds from the disposal of surplus Crown assets 306,426     321,343 627,769 290,845 15,581 321,343 188,707
Link to footnote S Collection agency fees       6,292 6,292 6,292     1,050
Link to footnote S Payment in lieu of taxes to municipalities and other taxing authorities       549,406,363 549,406,363 549,406,363     535,347,554
Link to footnote S Recoveries from custodian departments       (negative 549,406,363) (negative 549,406,363) (negative 549,406,363)     (negative 535,348,287)
  Appropriations not required for the current year                 222,565
  Total budgetary 367,582,152 2,664,123,913 186,038,075 140,168,747 3,357,912,887 2,767,163,511 240,622,853 350,126,523 2,847,124,134
Link to footnote L15b Imprest funds, accountable advances and recoverable advances. Limit $22,000,000 (Net) 1,988,426       1,988,426 11,929   1,976,497 (negative 28,086)
Link to footnote S Link to footnote L Seized Property Management Act, 1993 section 12, subsections 1, 2, 3 and 4. Limit $50,000,000 (Net) 66,159,049       66,159,049 (negative 11,475,115)   77,634,164 (negative 35,589)
  Total non‑budgetary 68,147,475       68,147,475 (negative 11,463,186)   79,610,661 (negative 63,675)
  Total Department —                  
  Budgetary 367,582,152 2,664,123,913 186,038,075 140,168,747 3,357,912,887 2,767,163,511 240,622,853 350,126,523 2,847,124,134
  Non‑budgetary 68,147,475       68,147,475 (negative 11,463,186)   79,610,661 (negative 63,675)
  Old Port of Montreal Corporation Inc.Link to footnote 4                  
  Appropriations not required for the current year                 17,196,000
  Total Agency — Budgetary                 17,196,000
  Shared Services Canada                  
1 Operating expenditures   1,176,098,834     1,176,098,834        
1b Operating expenditures     4,416,885   4,416,885        
1c Operating expenditures     5,733,840   5,733,840        
  Transfer from:                  
  Vote 1 (Citizenship and Immigration)       84,352 84,352        
  Vote 1 (Environment)       416,200 416,200        
  Vote 1 (Correctional Service of Canada)       22,928 22,928        
  Vote 1 (Employment and Social Development)       2,462,043 2,462,043        
  Vote 1 (Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada)       206,729 206,729        
  Vote 1 (Health)       3,704 3,704        
  Vote 1 (National Defence)       847,517 847,517        
  Vote 1 (Natural Resources)       11,422 11,422        
  Vote 1 (Office of Infrastructure of Canada)       4,451,573 4,451,573        
  Vote 1 (Royal Canadian Mounted Police)       39,813,866 39,813,866        
  Vote 1 (Public Works and Government Services)       1,799,287 1,799,287        
  Vote 5 (National Defence)       962,633 962,633        
  TB Vote 15Link to footnote 2       626,684 626,684        
  TB Vote 25Link to footnote 2       61,253,535 61,253,535        
  TB Vote 30Link to footnote 2       15,000,000 15,000,000        
  Transfer to:                  
  Vote 1 (Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission)       (negative 132,264) (negative 132,264)        
  Vote 1 (Citizenship and Immigration)       (negative 234,000) (negative 234,000)        
  Vote 1 (Employment and Social Development)       (negative 1,500,000) (negative 1,500,000)        
  Vote 1 (Public Works and Government Services)       (negative 5,300,000) (negative 5,300,000)        
  Vote 1 (Transport)       (negative 212,000) (negative 212,000)        
  Total — Vote 1   1,176,098,834 10,150,725 120,584,209 1,306,833,768 1,288,300,022 18,533,746   1,363,797,879
5 Capital expenditures   216,592,917     216,592,917        
5b Capital expenditures     13,613,656   13,613,656        
5c Capital expenditures     28,551,260   28,551,260        
  Transfer from:                  
  Vote 5 (Environment)       710,000 710,000        
  Vote 5 (Industry)       322,002 322,002        
  Vote 5 (National Defence)       558,000 558,000        
  Vote 5 (Transport)       865,000 865,000        
  TB Vote 33Link to footnote 2       21,677,989 21,677,989        
  Total — Vote 5   216,592,917 42,164,916 24,132,991 282,890,824 246,406,391 36,484,433   198,876,713
Link to footnote S Contributions to employee benefit plans   80,631,826 41,434 2,615,517 83,288,777 83,288,777     84,892,000
Link to footnote S Pensions and other employee benefits — Members of Royal Canadian Mounted Police       4,375,903 4,375,903 4,375,903     5,671,213
Link to footnote S Spending of proceeds from the disposal of surplus Crown assets 9,270     1,492 10,762 10,762      
  Total Agency — Budgetary 9,270 1,473,323,577 52,357,075 151,710,112 1,677,400,034 1,622,381,855 55,018,179   1,653,237,805
  Total Ministry —                  
  Budgetary 367,591,422 4,137,447,490 238,395,150 291,878,859 5,035,312,921 4,389,545,366 295,641,032 350,126,523 4,517,557,939
  Non‑budgetary 68,147,475       68,147,475 (negative 11,463,186)   79,610,661 (negative 63,675)

Footnotes

Footnote S

Statutory authority.

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Footnote L

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

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Footnote 1

The Economic Action Plan 2014 Act, No. 1 dissolved the Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation and authorized the transfer of its assets and obligations, as well as those of its subsidiaries, to either Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency or Her Majesty in right of Canada as represented by the Minister of Public Works and Government Services Canada, effective June 19, 2014

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Footnote 2
  • 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 3

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

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Footnote 4

Order in Council P.C. 2012‑1583 authorized the amalgamation of Old Port of Montreal Inc. with Canada Lands Company Limited.

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