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Privy Council Office

Table summary

The table presents salaries and allowances to ministers of state paid by the Privy Council Office in the current fiscal year and consists of four columns: names of ministers of state for the current year, salaries, allowances and total. There are totals at the end of the table.

Salaries and allowances to ministers of State
(in dollars)

Ministers of State Salaries Allowances Total
Hon J Duncan 19,134 1,189 20,323
Total 19,134 1,189 20,323

Office of the Chief Electoral Officer

Table summary

The table presents the statement of voted and statutory expenditures by program of the Office of the Chief Electoral Officer and consists of six columns. The first column details expenditures by funding authority. The other columns present amounts for electoral operations, regulation of electoral activities, electoral engagement, internal services and total. There are subtotal rows for each funding authority. There are totals at the end of the table.

Voted and statutory expenditures by program
(in dollars)

Funding authority Electoral operations Regulation of electoral activities Electoral engagement Internal services Total
Vote 1—Program Expenditures Salaries of indeterminate positions 12,207,029 4,695,748 3,134,478 9,338,878 29,376,133
Statutory expenditures
October 2015 general electionLink to footnote 1 298,148,924 107,657,570 1,070 405,807,564
By-elections and other general elections 294,504 209,303 503,807
Electoral district associations' auditors subsidy 865,182 865,182
Other expenditures under the Canada Elections Act 15,814,943 2,393,312 4,274,339 18,600,233 41,082,827
Subtotal 314,258,371 111,125,367 4,275,409 18,600,233 448,259,380
Contributions to Employee Benefit Plans 5,121,402 956,209 834,416 1,858,814 8,770,841
Total 331,586,802 116,777,324 8,244,303 29,797,925 486,406,354
Table summary

The table presents details of statutory expenditures for the 42th general election incurred in 2015–2016 and consists of six columns. The first column presents the statutory authority under the Canada Elections Act. The following columns present expenditures amounts for electoral operations, regulation of electoral activities, electoral engagement, internal services and total. There are totals at the end of the table.

Details of expenditures—42nd general election October 2016
(in dollars)

Statutory authority under the Canada Elections Act Electoral operations Regulation of electoral activities Electoral engagement Internal services Total
Newfoundland 4,171,641 550,059 4,721,700
Prince Edward Island 1,262,088 437,909 1,699,997
Nova Scotia 7,049,161 1,180,950 8,230,111
New Brunswick 8,485,798 1,512,449 9,998,247
Quebec 40,739,622 6,222,898 46,962,520
Ontario 68,542,089 16,210,443 84,752,532
Manitoba 8,043,748 1,592,766 9,636,514
Saskatchewan 7,258,846 1,551,174 8,810,020
Alberta 17,870,379 3,136,884 21,007,263
British Columbia 24,082,417 6,546,780 30,629,197
Yukon Territory 482,392 207,096 689,488
Northwest Territories 421,415 53,310 474,725
Nunavut 2,390,965 105,493 2,496,458
Contributions to Election Workers Benefit Plans 8,937,177 8,937,177
Reimbursement of election expenses to political parties 64,610,235 64,610,235
Subtotal 199,737,738 103,918,446 303,656,184
Elections Canada headquarters 98,411,186 3,739,124 1,070 102,151,380
TotalLink to footnote 1 298,148,924 107,657,570 1,070 405,807,564

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