Losses of public money and property

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The following statements present information on losses of public money and property as required under the Treasury Board Directive on Losses of Money or Property.

Table summary

The table presents losses of revenues due to fraud or willful misrepresentation discovered or detected in the current fiscal year and consists of six columns. The first column presents brief descriptions of incidents for departments and organizations by ministry. The following columns present the number of incidents, the amount of loss, the amount recovered in the current year, the amount not expected to be recovered and the amount expected to be recovered in subsequent years for each department and organization. There is a subtotal row for departments and organizations and totals at the end of the table.

Losses of revenues due to fraud or willful misrepresentation—discovered or detected in 2015–2016
(in dollars)

Brief description of incident Number of incidents Amount of loss Amount recovered in 2015–2016 Amount not expected to be recovered Amount expected to be recovered in subsequent years
National Revenue
Canada Revenue Agency
Cases before the Courts (CRA's estimate of the amount of tax evaded or refunds fraudulently obtained)
Goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax 30 48,960,178 Link to footnote 1 Link to footnote 1
Income tax 84 46,130,732 Link to footnote 1 Link to footnote 1
Other administered losses 3 527,068 Link to footnote 1 Link to footnote 1
Subtotal 117 95,617,978
Court convictions (amount of tax evaded or refunds fraudulently obtained as determined by the Court)
Goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax 16 1,251,325 308,753 491,246 451,326
Income tax 39 4,594,597 1,201,361 509,662 2,883,574
Subtotal 55 5,845,922 1,510,114 1,000,908 3,334,900
Total 172 101,463,900 1,510,114 1,000,908 3,334,900
Environment and Climate Change
Parks Canada Agency
Loss of revenues due to erroneous credit card number 5 447 447
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
Canada Border Services Agency
Loss of revenues due to Customs Act infractions
Misrepresentation—Value 1 1,887 1,887
Non report/Smuggling 15 45,750 45,750
Other infractions 2 14,299 8,199 6,100
Total 18 61,936 55,836 6,100
Public Services and Procurement
Public Works and Government Services
Loss of revenues under the GCSurplus program
Fraud by credit card 30 42,850 42,850
Total 225 101,569,133 1,510,114 1,100,041 3,341,000
Table summary

The table presents losses of public money due to an offence, illegal act or accident that occurred or was discovered in the current fiscal year and consists of six columns. The first column presents brief descriptions of incidents for departments and organizations by ministry. The following columns present the current year vote number to which the loss has been charged, the amount of loss, the amount recovered in the current year, the amount not expected to be recovered and the amount expected to be recovered in subsequent years for each department and organization. There are totals at the end of the table.

Losses of public money due to an offence, illegal act or accident—occurrence or discovery in 2015–2016
(in dollars)

Brief description of loss Charged to 2015–2016 Vote Amount of loss Amount recovered in 2015–2016 Amount not expected to be recovered Amount expected to be recovered in subsequent years
Agriculture and Agri-Food
Agriculture and Agri-Food
Fraudulent use of taxi chit (1 case) 8,597 8,597
Environment and Climate Change
Environment
Unauthorized use of designated travel card (4 cases) 1 8,617 100 8,517
Parks Canada Agency
Fraudulent use of acquisition card (1 case) 1 1,632 1,632
Loss of cash float (1 case) 1 50 50
Net cashier shortage (gross shortage $115,521; gross overage $102,534) 1 12,987 12,987
Theft of cash float (2 cases) 1 658 658
Theft of money from a vault (90 cases) 1 1,000 1,000
Theft of petty cash (1 case) 1 100 100
Unpaid travel card (1 case) 1 433 433
Families, Children and Social Development
Employment and Social Development
Cashier shortage (7 cases) 1 130 130
Fraudulent claim for Canada Pension Plan (40 cases) Link to footnote S 491,332 61,359 149,858 280,115
Fraudulent claim for Canada Student Loans (25 cases) Link to footnote S 267,856 34,104 14,412 219,340
Fraudulent claim for Employment Insurance Benefits (86,146 cases) Link to footnote S 117,596,841 34,074,862 22,720 83,499,259
Fraudulent claim for Old Age Security (15 cases) Link to footnote S 795,157 145,350 649,807
Fraudulent or unsupported claim for grants and contributions (2 cases) 5 2,756,135 106,127 2,650,008
Loss due to administrative error (6 cases) 1 1,505 1,505
Loss of deposit (5 cases) 1 1,290 1,290
Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard
Fisheries and Oceans
Fraudulent use of acquisition card due to identity theft (10 cases) 1 31,904 31,882 22
Unauthorized use of acquisition card (5 cases) 1 4,646 172 4,474
Unauthorized use of travel card (12 cases) 1 23,688 8,258 15,430
Global Affairs
Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development
Counterfeit bill in bank deposit (2 cases) 1 97 97
Fraudulent claim for grants and contributions (1 case) 27,000 27,000
Fraudulent use of taxi voucher and travel and acquisition card (1 case) 13,872 13,872
Inflated invoices by suppliers and employees (1 case) 1,728,000 1,728,000
Loss of consular revenues (1 case) 1 365 365
Loss of money due to an administrative error (2 cases) 1 333 333
Theft of petty cash funds (1 case) 229 229
Health
Health
Inappropriate use of government resources (1 case) 1 11,963 11,963
Overpayment—Non-insured health service provider (1 case) 1 360,255 360,255
Theft of petty cash funds (3 cases) 1 1,019 1,019
Canadian Food Inspection Agency
Loss of cash receipt (2 cases) 1 60 60
Unauthorized use of acquisition card (4 cases) 1 397 397
Unauthorized use of taxi voucher (3 cases) 1 63 53 10
Unauthorized use of travel card (1 case) 1 295 295
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship
Citizenship and Immigration
Unauthorized use of taxi voucher (1 case) 1 45 45
Indigenous and Northern Affairs
Indian Affairs and Northern Development
Fraudulent claim for contributions (1 case) 153,250 153,250
Loss of cash receipt (2 cases) 1 359 359
Infrastructure and Communities
Office of Infrastructure of Canada
Fraudulent endorsement of cheque from supplier (1 case) 7,514 7,514
Innovation, Science and Economic Development
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency
Theft of petty cash funds (1 case) 1 500 500
Canadian Space Agency
Fraudulent use of acquisition card (1 case) 2,058 2,058
Fraudulent use of travel card (4 cases) 4,170 4,170
Justice
Justice
Loss of petty cash funds (1 case) 1 197 197
Courts Administration Service
Loss of deposit (1 case) 1 3,610 510 3,100
National Defence
National Defence
Direct Fund Transfer (DFT) error (3 cases) 781 500 281
Discrepancy in Working Capital Fund (2 cases) 1,990 1,990
Duplicate accountable advance (1 case) 3,810 3,810
Fraudulent use of designated acquisition card (1 case) 1 10,301 1,000 9,301
Loss of accountable advance (2 cases) 2,515 47 2,468
National Revenue
Canada Revenue Agency
Fraudulent claim paid for sick and other leave benefits (3 cases) 1 1,588 973 615
Fraudulent claim paid for sick and other leave benefits and unauthorized use of travel advance (1 case) 1 2,257 1,373 884
Fraudulent salary payment for unreported absence (3 cases) 1 10,610 1,243 9,367
Unauthorized use of travel card (1 case) 1 4,430 4,430
Natural Resources
Natural Resources
Theft of petty cash funds (1 case) 525 525
Parliament
Senate
Loss following a review of claims for living allowance in the National Capital Region and/or travel and/or office expenses (15 cases) 694,161 29,424 664,737
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
Canada Border Services Agency
Loss of cashier float (1 case) 1 700 700
Loss of petty cash funds (1 case) 1 80 80
Theft of security deposit (1 case) 1 150 150
Unauthorized use of acquisition card (1 case) 1 614 614
Correctional Service of Canada
Loss of petty cash (4 cases) 1 750 400 350
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Loss of cash receipt (1 case) 1 390 390
Loss of petty cash funds (1 case) 1 60 60
Public Services and Procurement
Public Works and Government Services
Administrative error on direct deposit (1 case) 1 9,053 9,053
Fraudulent use of wireless network connection (1 case) 260 260
Overpayment—Public Service Pension Fund 169,594 3,347 121,882 44,365
Unauthorized use of cellular phone (1 case) 1 4,944 4,944
Unauthorized use of travel card (4 cases) 1 8,697 3,045 5,652
Receiver General—Cheque Redemption Control Directorate
Receiver General cheques including employment insurance warrants and Bank of Canada cheques
Forged endorsement (2,156 cases) 1,742,850 1,741,911 939
Irregular endorsement (72 cases) 93,720 93,720
Misdirected direct deposit (11,723 cases) 8,332,870 6,474,678 1,137,125 721,067
Not endorsed (896 cases) 783,217 783,217
Others (1,432 cases) 3,899,382 3,856,386 42,996
Transport
Transport
Unauthorized use of taxi voucher (1 case) 1 24 24
Unauthorized use of travel card (7 cases) 1 16,504 1,644 14,860
Violation ticket (6 cases) 1 221 221
Treasury Board
Secretariat
Fraudulent benefit claim (4 cases) 20 320,150 320,150
Total 140,437,407 47,374,900 3,390,485 89,672,022
Table summary

The table presents losses of public property due to an offence or other illegal act that occurred or was discovered in the current fiscal year and consists of five columns. The first column presents brief descriptions of losses for departments and organizations by ministry. The following columns present the amount of loss, the amount recovered in the current fiscal year, the amount not expected to be recovered and the amount expected to be recovered in subsequent years for each department and organization. There are totals at the end of the table.

Losses of public property due to an offence or other illegal act—occurrence or discovery in 2015–2016
(in dollars)

Brief description of loss Amount of loss Amount recovered in 2015–2016 Amount not expected to be recovered Amount expected to be recovered in subsequent years
Agriculture and Agri-Food
Agriculture and Agri-Food
Theft of BlackBerry (3 cases) 600 600
Theft of cellular phone (1 case) 200 200
Theft of computer (1 case) 1,500 1,500
Theft of Crown vehicle (1 case) 6,206 6,206
Theft of materials and supplies (2 cases) 3,399 3,399
Vandalism to Crown vehicle (1 case) 226 226
Vandalism to government building (1 case) 15,000 15,000
Vandalism to government property (1 case) 24,950 24,950
Canadian Grain Commission
Theft of Blackberry (1 case) 200 200
Canadian Heritage
Canadian Heritage
Theft of a laptop (1 case) 1,100 1,100
National Film Board
Theft of cellular phone (1 case) 200 200
Theft of headphones (2 cases) 200 200
Theft of laptop (3 cases) 6,500 6,500
Theft of tablet (2 cases) 1,800 1,800
Environment and Climate Change
Environment
Theft of BlackBerry (2 cases) 400 400
Theft of boat (1 case) 4,300 4,300
Theft of field equipment (5 cases) 38,912 38,912
Theft of laptop (10 cases) 9,790 9,790
Theft of trailer (1 case) 500 500
Theft of trailer hitch (1 case) 300 300
Vandalism to building (2 cases) 1,250 1,250
Vandalism to Crown vehicle (6 cases) 4,485 4,485
Parks Canada Agency
Theft and vandalism of equipment (1 case) 10,275 10,275
Theft of bronze plate (2 cases) 8,000 8,000
Theft of copper (1 case) 4,000 4,000
Theft of day entry permits (1 case) 78 78
Theft of equipment (20 cases) 35,264 35,264
Theft of laptop (1 case) 1,801 1,801
Theft of load of gravel (1 case) 1,000 1,000
Theft of materials and supplies (4 cases) 576 576
Theft of telecommunication equipment (1 case) 200 200
Theft of tools (2 cases) 402 402
Theft of vehicle (2 cases) 75,800 60,700 15,100
Vandalism to equipment (2 cases) 430 430
Vandalism to building (13 cases) 6,641 541 6,100
Vandalism to Crown vehicle (3 cases) 1,300 1,300
Vandalism to real property (27 cases) 15,300 1,280 14,020
Families, Children and Social Development
Employment and Social Development
Theft of BlackBerry (2 cases) 400 400
Theft of laptop (13 cases) 4,270 4,270
Theft of materials and supplies (13 cases) 430 430
Vandalism to Crown vehicle (2 cases) 985 985
Vandalism to building and other real property (2 cases) 1,271 1,271
Vandalism to office furniture (1 case) 500 500
Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard
Fisheries and Oceans
Theft of Crown vehicle (1 case) 14,200 14,200
Theft of electronic equipment (2 cases) 1,750 1,750
Theft of informatics equipment (3 cases) 2,670 2,670
Theft of machinery and equipment (2 cases) 1,700 1,200 500
Theft of materials and supplies (6 cases) 11,040 11,040
Theft of transportation equipment (4 cases) 7,440 6,000 1,440
Theft of telecommunication equipment (3 cases) 600 600
Vandalism to Crown vehicle (1 case) 1,000 1,000
Vandalism of machinery and equipment (2 cases) 31,045 31,045
Vandalism of materials and supplies (1 case) 150 150
Vandalism to building (5 cases) 6,375 6,375
Global Affairs
Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development
Theft of watch received as a gift to the Crown (1 case) 2,000 2,000
Health
Health
Theft of BlackBerry (3 cases) 600 600
Theft of camera (1 case) 973 973
Theft of cell phone charger (2 cases) 20 20
Theft of laptop (14 cases) 15,400 4,400 11,000
Theft of office supplies (2 cases) 213 213
Canadian Food Inspection Agency
Theft of protective clothing (1 case) 400 400
Vandalism to Crown vehicle (27 cases) 18,946 18,946
Public Health Agency of Canada
Theft of BlackBerry (1 case) 200 200
Theft of laptop (1 case) 1,100 1,100
Theft of privacy screen (2 cases) 300 300
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship
Citizenship and Immigration
Theft of BlackBerry (2 cases) 400 400
Theft of informatics equipment and accessories (1 case) 150 150
Theft of laptop (1 case) 1,719 1,719
Indigenous and Northern Affairs
Indian Affairs and Northern Development
Theft of BlackBerry (5 cases) 1,000 1,000
Theft of security equipment (1 case) 300 300
Theft of television (1 case) 2,933 2,933
Vandalism to furniture (1 case) 145 145
Innovation, Science and Economic Development
Industry
Theft of BlackBerry (3 cases) 600 600
Theft of laptop (1 case) 175 175
Vandalism to land (1 case) 1,115 1,115
Vandalism to perimeter fence (1 case) 200 200
Vandalism to trailer (1 case) 167 167
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency
Theft of electronic equipment (1 case) 300 300
National Research Council of Canada
Theft of laptop (1 case) 1,800 1,800
Theft of technical equipment (1 case) 30,629 30,629
Statistics Canada
Theft of laptop (1 case) 1,165 1,165
Western Economic Diversification
Theft of cellular phone (2 cases) 400 400
Theft of tablet (3 cases) 4,093 4,093
National Defence
National Defence
Theft of combat clothing (345 cases) 27,858 745 27,113
Theft of computer (1 case) 1,800 1,800
Theft of laptop (1 case) 843 150 693
Theft of military specific equipment (85 cases) 17,532 1,471 16,061
Theft of non-military specific equipment (76 cases) 4,916 10 4,906
Theft of telecommunication equipment (2 cases) 1,086 1,086
Theft of tools (13 cases) 2,945 53 2,892
Theft of transportation equipment (2 cases) 9,300 9,300
Theft of weapons and accessories (2 cases) 14 14
National Revenue
Canada Revenue Agency
Theft of informatics part (1 case) 250 250
Vandalism to Crown vehicle (1 case) 242 242
Natural Resources
Natural Resources
Theft of equipment (1 case) 800 800
Theft of laptop (1 case) 1,430 1,430
Parliament
House of Commons
Theft of GPS navigation device (1 case) 367 367
Theft of laptop (1 case) 2,557 2,557
Theft of microphone system (1 case) 599 599
Theft of software (2 cases) 512 512
Theft of tablet (1 case) 851 851
Privy Council
Privy Council Office
Theft of laptop (1 case) 695 695
Canadian Intergovernmental Conference Secretariat
Theft of laptop (2 cases) 4,000 4,000
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board
Theft of laptop (1 case) 392 392
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
Theft of BlackBerry (1 case) 200 200
Theft of iPad (1 case) 890 890
Canada Border Services Agency
Theft of authority card (7 cases) 28 28
Theft of cellular phone (7 cases) 1,300 1,300
Theft of key (2 cases) 120 120
Theft of uniform clothing (2 cases) 18 18
Theft of uniform component (14 cases) 3,283 3,283
Correctional Service of Canada
Damage due to inmate disturbance (92 cases) 58,061 1,968 49,892 6,201
Damage due to intentional fire (11 cases) 393,095 391,794 1,301
Damage to plate glass window (9 cases) 4,300 148 3,687 465
Theft of supplies (25 cases) 11,652 11,652
Vandalism of motor vehicle (3 cases) 3,624 3,624
Vandalism of property and equipment (418 cases) 48,994 1,217 45,249 2,528
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Damage to government building (2 cases) 85,413 795 84,618
Damage to government vehicle (18 cases) 92,111 4,822 6,668 80,621
Theft of cellular phone (3 cases) 600 600
Theft of government equipment (6 cases) 2,290 2,290
Theft of informatics equipment (8 cases) 4,228 4,228
Vandalism to cellular phone (1 case) 200 200
Public Services and Procurement
Public Works and Government Services
Theft of BlackBerry (4 cases) 800 800
Theft of brass plate (2 cases) 2,030 2,030
Theft of cellular phone (1 case) 200 200
Theft of informatics equipment (3 cases) 345 345
Theft of laptop (4 cases) 3,846 3,846
Vandalism to building (7 cases) 10,447 10,447
Shared Services Canada
Theft of informatics equipment (1 case) 100 100
Theft of laptop (1 case) 700 700
Transport
Transport
Theft of BlackBerry (5 cases) 1,000 1,000
Theft of boat and trailer (1 case) 2,000 2,000
Theft of cellular phone (2 cases) 400 400
Theft of laptop (1 case) 600 600
Theft of tablet (1 case) 500 500
Vandalism to Crown vehicle (1 case) 329 329
Treasury Board
Secretariat
Theft of projector (1 case) 1,000 1,000
Theft of tablet (3 cases) 2,400 2,400
Canada School of Public Service
Theft of aluminum pole (1 case) 7,750 7,750
Total 1,280,197 84,905 947,084 248,208
Table summary

The table presents losses of public property due to accidental loss, destruction or damage that occurred or was discovered in the current fiscal year and consists of five columns. The first column presents brief descriptions of losses for departments and organizations by ministry. The following columns present the amount of loss, the amount recovered in the current fiscal year, the amount not expected to be recovered and the amount expected to be recovered in subsequent years for each department and organization. There are totals at the end of the table.

Losses of public property due to accidental loss, destruction or damage—occurrence or discovery in 2015–2016
(in dollars)

Brief description of loss Amount of loss Amount recovered in 2015–2016 Amount not expected to be recovered Amount expected to be recovered in subsequent years
Agriculture and Agri-Food
Agriculture and Agri-Food
Damage to Crown vehicle in an accident (21 cases) 45,168 42,847 2,321
Damage to government building (2 cases) 535 535
Damage to scientific equipment (1 case) 2,200 2,200
Loss of BlackBerry (14 cases) 2,800 2,800
Canadian Grain Commission
Damage to Crown vehicle (1 case) 1,725 1,725
Canadian Heritage
Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission
Damage due to water pipe break (11 cases) 3,941 3,941
Environment and Climate Change
Environment
Damage to building due to accidental fire (1 case) 3,500 3,500
Loss of BlackBerry (8 cases) 1,600 1,600
Loss of computer (1 case) 500 500
Loss of computer monitor (2 cases) 400 400
Loss of digital camera (1 case) 200 200
Loss of DVD drive (1 case) 50 50
Loss of field equipment (60 cases) 15,000 15,000
Loss of GPS (1 case) 100 100
Loss of handheld radio (1 case) 100 100
Loss of laptop (7 cases) 5,000 5,000
Loss of probe/sensor (1 case) 20,000 20,000
Loss of scientific equipment (200 cases) 50,000 50,000
Loss of vapour analyzer (1 case) 20,000 20,000
Parks Canada Agency
Damage to a boat (3 cases) 10,190 10,190
Damage to building (2 cases) 11,868 11,868
Damage to campground due to flood (1 case) 2,271,500 2,271,500
Damage to Crown vehicle (61 cases) 130,235 3,938 125,797 500
Damage to equipment (4 cases) 28,038 28,038
Damage to furniture (2 cases) 1,810 1,810
Damage to heavy equipment (2 cases) 127,000 124,000 3,000
Damage to informatics equipment (2 cases) 200 200
Damage to real property (11 cases) 45,298 13,260 8,419 23,619
Damage to telecommunication equipment (7 cases) 1,400 1,400
Loss of equipment (4 cases) 818 818
Loss of informatics equipment (1 case) 250 250
Loss of telecommunication equipment (8 cases) 3,320 3,320
Families, Children and Social Development
Employment and Social Development
Damage to a Crown vehicle (2 cases) 6,079 6,079
Damage to computer equipment (1 case) 50 50
Loss of BlackBerry (2 cases) 400 400
Loss of computer equipment (58 cases) 6,972 6,972
Loss of laptop (44 cases) 2,200 2,200
Loss of materials and supplies (679 cases) 12,071 12,071
Loss of USB key (12 cases) 854 854
Finance
Finance
Loss of BlackBerry (1 case) 200 200
Office of the Auditor General
Loss of BlackBerry (1 case) 100 100
Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions
Damage to laptop (8 cases) 9,717 9,717
Loss of BlackBerry (6 cases) 810 810
Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard
Fisheries and Oceans
Damage to building and other real property (including Small Craft Harbours) (7 cases) 1,454,587 1,454,587
Damage to Crown vehicle (33 cases) 73,558 61,472 12,086
Damage to machinery and equipment (3 cases) 13,185 13,185
Damage to materials and supplies (1 case) 400 400
Damage to telecommunication equipment (6 cases) 1,200 1,200
Loss of electronic equipment (1 case) 1,979 1,979
Loss of informatics equipment (1 case) 1,350 1,350
Loss of machinery and equipment (13 cases) 271,859 271,859
Loss of materials and supplies (1 case) 37,500 7,500 30,000
Loss of telecommunication equipment (19 cases) 4,250 4,250
Global Affairs
Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development
Fire incident at the High Commission of Canada to Malaysia (1 case) 123,000 123,000
Loss of earphones (1 case) 50 50
Loss of laptop computer (3 cases) 4,500 4,500
Loss of tablet computer (1 case) 350 350
Health
Health
Loss of BlackBerry (10 cases) 2,000 2,000
Loss of cellular phone (1 case) 200 200
Canadian Food Inspection Agency
Damage to BlackBerry (1 case) 200 200
Damage to cellular phone (1 case) 200 200
Damage to Crown vehicle in an accident (87 cases) 176,901 19,809 106,911 50,181
Damage to fence (1 case) 500 500
Damage to public property due to flood (1 case) 5,750 5,750
Destruction of bicycle rack (2 cases) 1,480 1,480
Destruction of laptop (1 case) 700 700
Loss of BlackBerry (4 cases) 800 800
Loss of cellular phone (4 cases) 800 800
Loss of designation card (22 cases) 96 96
Loss of inspector badge (3 cases) 120 120
Loss of USB key (1 case) 10 10
Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Loss of encrypted USB key (1 case) 33 33
Loss of recorder (1 case) 180 180
Public Health Agency of Canada
Loss of BlackBerry (7 cases) 1,400 1,400
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship
Citizenship and Immigration
Loss of BlackBerry (1 case) 200 200
Loss of cellular phone (1 case) 200 200
Loss of laptop (20 cases) 24,000 24,000
Loss of prepaid envelopes (1 case) 7,652 7,652
Loss of tablet (1 case) 1,200 1,200
Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada
Loss of cellular phone (1 case) 200 200
Loss of USB key (3 cases) 120 120
Indigenous and Northern Affairs
Indian Affairs and Northern Development
Damage to Crown vehicle in an accident (1 case) 3,689 3,689
Loss of BlackBerry (11 cases) 2,200 2,200
Loss of laptop (1 case) 1,200 1,200
Infrastructure and Communities
Office of Infrastructure of Canada
Loss of BlackBerry (4 cases) 800 800
Innovation, Science and Economic Development
Industry
Damage to Crown vehicle (6 cases) 67,106 67,106
Loss of antenna (2 cases) 5,391 5,391
Loss of BlackBerry (17 cases) 3,400 3,400
Loss of box of letterhead paper (3 cases) 200 200
Loss of computer (9 cases) 1,509 1,509
Loss of DVD player (3 cases) 170 170
Loss of laptop (7 cases) 2,918 2,918
Loss of monitor (3 cases) 2,132 2,132
Loss of printer (1 case) 25 25
Loss of projector (5 cases) 8,971 8,971
Loss of refrigerator (1 case) 322 322
Loss of satellite telephone (1 case) 312 312
Loss of scientific laboratory equipment (4 cases) 5,629 5,629
Loss of security briefcase (1 case) 700 700
Loss of server (1 case) 431 431
Loss of tablet (4 cases) 1,331 1,331
Loss of transmitter (2 cases) 1,289 1,289
Loss of transponder (1 case) 50 50
Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency
Damage to Crown vehicle (3 cases) 2,426 2,426
Canadian Space Agency
Damage to building due to water leak (1 case) 68,683 68,683
Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec
Loss of iPad (1 case) 258 258
Western Economic Diversification
Loss of BlackBerry (3 cases) 600 600
Loss of cellular phone (1 case) 200 200
Loss of computer equipment (4 cases) 190 190
Justice
Canadian Human Rights Commission
Loss of BlackBerry Passport (1 case) 300 300
Loss of BlackBerry Q10 (1 case) 130 130
Courts Administration Service
Damage to Crown vehicle (1 case) 1,800 1,800
Damage to equipment and furniture due to flood (1 case) 13,234 13,234
Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions
Damage to Crown vehicle (1 case) 1,256 1,256
Loss of BlackBerry (2 cases) 400 400
Loss of identification and access card (11 cases) 186 20 166
Loss of informatics equipment (5 cases) 810 810
Loss of key (2 cases) 6 6
Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada
Loss of iPad (1 case) 800 800
National Defence
National Defence
Damage to combat clothing (63 cases) 6,111 82 6,029
Damage to Crown vehicle (8 cases) 6,200 6,200
Damage to military specific equipment (38 cases) 9,842 100 9,742
Damage to non-military specific equipment (9 cases) 2,990 2,990
Damage to residential housing units (72 cases) 78,960 15,661 21,927 41,372
Damage to technical equipment (1 case) 28 28
Damage to tools (1 case) 58 58
Fire damage within building (34 cases) 99,093 99,093
Loss of cellular phone (1 case) 200 200
Loss of combat clothing (6,054 cases) 504,434 19,422 485,012
Loss of computer (132 cases) 263,989 1,166 262,823
Loss of construction engineering equipment (4 cases) 7,821 7,821
Loss of electrical equipment (227 cases) 239,622 686 238,936
Loss of laptop (2 cases) 3,061 3,061
Loss of machinery (9 cases) 15,549 15,549
Loss of military specific equipment (4,573 cases) 966,949 85,321 881,628
Loss of non-military specific equipment (2,863 cases) 327,448 4,581 322,867
Loss of technical equipment (285 cases) 203,268 1,502 201,766
Loss of telecommunication equipment (114 cases) 169,740 2,051 167,689
Loss of tools (1,525 cases) 56,023 3,463 52,560
Loss of transportation equipment (47 cases) 134,942 134,942
Loss of weapons and accessories (1,285 cases) 36,584 4,158 32,426
Water damage within building (1 case) 63,000 63,000
National Revenue
Canada Revenue Agency
Damage to Crown vehicle (8 cases) 11,566 1,597 9,969
Damage to informatics equipment (1 case) 300 300
Loss of BlackBerry (26 cases) 5,200 5,200
Loss of cellular phone (13 cases) 2,600 2,600
Loss of informatics and telecommunication equipment and parts (117 cases) 7,849 7,849
Natural Resources
Natural Resources
Damage to Crown vehicle (1 case) 887 887
Loss of BlackBerry (1 case) 200 200
National Energy Board
Loss of BlackBerry (12 cases) 4,800 4,800
Loss of laptop (3 cases) 5,274 5,274
Parliament
House of Commons
Loss of camera (1 case) 209 209
Loss of card scanner (1 case) 298 298
Loss of computer (8 cases) 8,094 8,094
Loss of furniture (8 cases) 1,800 1,800
Loss of furniture and equipment due to fire (2 cases) 57,483 27,993 29,490
Loss of GPS navigation device (2 cases) 352 352
Loss of image scanner (4 cases) 1,744 1,744
Loss of keyboard (1 case) 115 115
Loss of office equipment (1 case) 109 109
Loss of printer (2 cases) 1,539 1,539
Loss of small appliance (1 case) 200 200
Loss of software (8 cases) 3,048 3,048
Loss of tablet (2 cases) 655 655
Loss of television (3 cases) 471 471
Privy Council
Canadian Transportation Accident Investigation and Safety Board
Damage to BlackBerry (2 cases) 400 400
Office of the Chief Electoral Officer
Loss of BlackBerry (7 cases) 2,199 2,199
Loss of iPad (1 case) 350 350
Loss of laptop (1 case) 85 85
Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages
Damage to touch panel (1 case) 1,596 1,596
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
Damage to office furniture due to flood (1 case) 41,362 41,362
Loss of laptop (1 case) 1,519 1,519
Canada Border Services Agency
Damage to Crown vehicle (1 case) 2,850 2,850
Loss of cellular phone (18 cases) 2,889 110 2,779
Loss of computer equipment (58 cases) 6,372 3,045 3,327
Loss of control access card (186 cases) 4,586 510 4,076
Loss of equipment (54 cases) 15,053 7 15,046
Loss of uniform component (54 cases) 6,189 1,055 5,134
Correctional Service of Canada
Damage due to accidental fire (19 cases) 18,655 18,025 630
Damage due to water pipe break (5 cases) 7,522 7,522
Damage following motor vehicle accident (55 cases) 94,053 9,510 62,467 22,076
Damage to plate glass window (2 cases) 898 898
Damage to property and equipment (12 cases) 64,815 64,815
Loss of asset inventories (92 cases) 88,501 86,821 1,680
Loss of BlackBerry (15 cases) 3,000 3,000
Loss of cellular phone (3 cases) 600 600
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Damage to government building (13 cases) 49,107 1,041 48,066
Damage to government vehicle (848 cases) 2,158,520 292,623 1,533,267 332,630
Loss of cellular phone (66 cases) 13,200 13,200
Loss of government equipment (127 cases) 160,157 31,933 128,224
Public Services and Procurement
Public Works and Government Services
Damage to BlackBerry (6 cases) 1,200 1,200
Damage to building (2 cases) 11,873 11,873
Damage to Crown vehicle (5 cases) 11,067 7,324 3,743
Damage to headset (1 case) 147 147
Damage to property (2 cases) 9,558 9,558
Loss of BlackBerry (20 cases) 4,000 4,000
Loss of cabinet key (1 case) 248 248
Loss of cellular phone (13 cases) 2,600 2,600
Loss of informatics equipment (3 cases) 415 415
Shared Services Canada
Loss of BlackBerry (17 cases) 3,400 3,400
Loss of cellular phone (1 case) 200 200
Transport
Transport
Damage to Crown vehicle (20 cases) 50,349 5,300 44,284 765
Damage to door (1 case) 1,000 1,000
Damage to runway sweeper (1 case) 27,760 27,760
Loss of BlackBerry (12 cases) 2,400 2,400
Loss of Entrust token (2 cases) 10 10
Loss of identification card (15 cases) 965 965
Loss of safety equipment (1 case) 800 800
Treasury Board
Secretariat
Loss of BlackBerry (20 cases) 4,000 600 3,400
Loss of laptop (11 cases) 9,220 9,220
Veterans Affairs
Veterans Review and Appeal Board
Loss of voice recorder (1 case) 400 400
Total 11,454,758 525,935 10,259,380 669,443
Table summary

The table presents an update to cases of losses of public money or property reported in previous years in the Public Accounts of Canada and consists of nine columns. The first column presents brief descriptions of incidents for departments and organizations by ministry. The following columns present the year the loss was reported in the Public Accounts of Canada, the amount of original loss, amendments to original loss since inception, the amended amount of loss, the amount recovered in previous years, the amount recovered in the current year, the amount not expected to be recovered and the amount expected to be recovered in subsequent years for each department and organization. There are totals at the end of the table.

Losses of public money or property—update to cases reported in previous years' Public Accounts of Canada
(in dollars)

Brief description of loss Year loss reported in Public Accounts of Canada Amount of original loss Amendments to original loss since inception Amended amount of loss Amount recovered in previous years Amount recovered in 2015–2016 Amount not expected to be recovered Amount expected to be recovered in subsequent years
Agriculture and Agri-Food
Canadian Grain Commission
Fraudulent use of travel card (2 cases) 2014–2015 8,537 8,537 5,730 2,807
Improper use of workforce adjustment entitlement (1 case) 2014–2015 9,670 9,670 9,670
Loss of equipment (2 cases) 2014–2015 2,919 2,919 2,859 60
Misuse of designated travel card (1 case) 2012–2013 1,162 1,162 1,162
Misuse of employee travel card (4 cases) 2009–2010 13,472 13,472 12,588 884
Misuse of government employee travel card (2 cases) 2011–2012 12,274 12,274 10,317 1,957
Environment and Climate Change
Environment
Damage to Yellowknife Crown housing unit by former employee 2010–2011 13,986 13,986 7,802 2,659 3,525
Fraudulent use of travel card (1 case) 2014–2015 7,307 7,307 2,887 4,420
Loss of petty cash (5 cases) 2013–2014 7,894 7,894 7,894
Unauthorized use of acquisition card (1 case) 2014–2015 5,319 5,319 5,153 166
Unauthorized use of designated travel card (7 cases) 2012–2013 15,855 15,855 9,161 2,711 3,983
Parks Canada Agency
Damage to Crown vehicle (51 cases) 2013–2014 217,650 217,650 42,356 1,251 174,043 Link to footnote 2
Damage to Crown vehicle (23 cases) 2014–2015 84,631 84,631 1,095 8,526 75,010 Link to footnote 2
Damage to equipment (2 cases) 2012–2013 102,599 102,599 102,599 Link to footnote 2
Damage to equipment (5 cases) 2013–2014 44,951 44,951 10,599 34,352 Link to footnote 2
Damage to other real property (15 cases) 2013–2014 140,127 426Link to footnote 2 140,553 32,078 40,426 68,049 Link to footnote 2
Fraudulent travel cost (1 case) 2014–2015 5,000 5,000 5,000 Link to footnote 2
Vandalism to building (10 cases) 2010–2011 46,450 46,450 20,000 9,167 8,846 Link to footnote 2 8,437
Vandalism to furniture and furnishing (2 cases) 2014–2015 1,300 1,300 1,300 Link to footnote 2
Vandalism to real property (12 cases) 2014–2015 18,229 18,229 280 17,949
Families, Children and Social Development
Employment and Social Development
Fraudulent application forms pursuant to Canada Student Loans (19 cases) 2009–2010 137,572 13,795 151,367 9,717 1,317 42,662 Link to footnote 2 97,671
Fraudulent application forms pursuant to Canada Student Loans (2 cases) 2010–2011 6,720 6,720 401 450 5,869
Fraudulent claims for Canada Student Loans (2 cases) 2012–2013 11,003 2,437 13,440 13,440
Fraudulent claims for Canada Student Loans (75 cases) 2013–2014 696,810 (negative 3,833)Link to footnote 2 692,977 239,704 Link to footnote 2 31,089 43,864 378,320
Fraudulent claims for Canada Student Loans (30 cases) 2014–2015 266,102 266,102 23,903 21,258 220,941
Fraudulent claims for benefits:
Canada Pension Plan 1986–1987 3,034 6,807 9,841 3,034 6,807
Canada Pension Plan 1989–1990 204,857 (negative 183,862) 20,995 11,946 9,049
Canada Pension Plan 1990–1991 1,237,299 (negative 1,025,534) 211,765 181,024 2,395 6,070 22,276
Canada Pension Plan 1991–1992 400,740 99,929 Link to footnote 2 500,669 406,881 5,529 25,764 62,495
Canada Pension Plan 1992–1993 305,029 86,403 391,432 319,654 4,618 17,741 49,419
Canada Pension Plan 1993–1994 244,571 (negative 39,300) 205,271 167,328 10,260 8,562 19,121
Canada Pension Plan 1994–1995 554,947 (negative 182,831) 372,116 311,944 1,007 10,479 48,686
Canada Pension Plan 1995–1996 724,248 443,520 1,167,768 893,278 27,832 23,598 Link to footnote 2 223,060
Canada Pension Plan 1996–1997 287,024 503,087 790,111 548,654 1,279 120,338 Link to footnote 2 119,840
Canada Pension Plan 1997–1998 1,862,075 (negative 1,005,627) 856,448 585,457 9,641 42,716 218,634
Canada Pension Plan 1998–1999 922,012 345,788 1,267,800 720,202 16,349 202,996 Link to footnote 2 328,253
Canada Pension Plan 1999–2000 1,166,820 343,444 Link to footnote 2 1,510,264 934,403 20,244 38,181 517,436
Canada Pension Plan 2000–2001 1,426,831 (negative 353,761)Link to footnote 2 1,073,070 599,894 27,892 98,214 347,070
Canada Pension Plan 2001–2002 1,675,005 (negative 714,864) 960,141 677,095 14,547 137,911 Link to footnote 2 130,588
Canada Pension Plan 2002–2003 540,077 106,811 646,888 448,661 9,212 60,990 128,025
Canada Pension Plan 2003–2004 331,076 605,698 Link to footnote 2 936,774 435,175 10,942 63,870 Link to footnote 2 426,787
Canada Pension Plan 2004–2005 709,351 (negative 89,341) 620,010 322,878 6,712 18,812 271,608
Canada Pension Plan 2005–2006 392,020 108,410 Link to footnote 2 500,430 299,570 2,860 11,198 186,802
Canada Pension Plan 2006–2007 27,486 1,167,244 Link to footnote 2 1,194,730 493,483 19,145 127,339 554,763
Canada Pension Plan 2007–2008 852,364 233,011 Link to footnote 2 1,085,375 470,488 5,570 68,257 541,060
Canada Pension Plan 2008–2009 724,860 (negative 382,226)Link to footnote 2 342,634 197,576 1,032 3,953 140,073
Canada Pension Plan (292 cases) 2009–2010 606,033 475,509 Link to footnote 2 1,081,542 543,493 8,573 22,976 506,500
Canada Pension Plan (336 cases) 2010–2011 983,060 (negative 494,643) 488,417 179,107 22,162 287,148
Canada Pension Plan (36 cases) 2011–2012 319,457 (negative 40,629) 278,828 102,295 5,877 24,066 146,590
Canada Pension Plan (35 cases) 2013–2014 963,674 12,514 Link to footnote 2 976,188 32,630 24,398 8,881 910,279
Canada Pension Plan (61 cases) 2014–2015 710,001 (negative 33)Link to footnote 2 709,968 173,894 77,890 27,597 Link to footnote 2 430,587
Employment Insurance Benefits 2008–2009 116,135,633 (negative 7,425,239)Link to footnote 2 108,710,394 83,848,105 Link to footnote 2 665,925 24,196,364 Link to footnote 2
Employment Insurance Benefits (112,561 cases) 2009–2010 119,124,773 (negative 14,482,172)Link to footnote 2 104,642,601 78,846,758 Link to footnote 2 2,705,472 6,041,911 Link to footnote 2 17,048,460
Employment Insurance Benefits (115,812 cases) 2010–2011 136,713,797 (negative 10,443,387)Link to footnote 2 126,270,410 87,656,330 Link to footnote 2 5,782,806 2,814,306 Link to footnote 2 30,016,968
Employment Insurance Benefits (104,909 cases) 2011–2012 128,656,145 (negative 7,309,633)Link to footnote 2 121,346,512 76,707,011 Link to footnote 2 7,414,863 2,364,366 Link to footnote 2 34,860,272
Employment Insurance Benefits (112,693 cases) 2012–2013 158,787,153 (negative 10,727,028)Link to footnote 2 148,060,125 80,123,126 Link to footnote 2 12,369,615 2,422,739 Link to footnote 2 53,144,645
Employment Insurance Benefits (87,613 cases) 2013–2014 127,571,441 (negative 7,073,283)Link to footnote 2 120,498,158 51,523,534 Link to footnote 2 16,098,893 1,097,865 Link to footnote 2 51,777,866
Employment Insurance Benefits (80,696 cases) 2014–2015 106,864,887 (negative 7,213,746)Link to footnote 2 99,651,141 24,185,751 Link to footnote 2 23,199,933 420,161 Link to footnote 2 51,845,296
Family Allowances 1988–1989 144,968 (negative 21,875) 123,093 60,664 61,849 580
Family Allowances 1991–1992 79,520 (negative 5,817) 73,703 25,689 42,967 5,047
Family Allowances 1993–1994 113,772 42,974 156,746 44,191 111,252 1,303
Old Age Security 1985–1986 168,923 430,684 599,607 205,671 4,200 184,955 204,781
Old Age Security 1986–1987 173,459 68,877 242,336 97,864 143,876 596
Old Age Security 1987–1988 348,198 (negative 103,471) 244,727 146,435 2,946 82,923 12,423
Old Age Security 1988–1989 1,149,776 (negative 478,928) 670,848 234,114 2,581 276,880 157,273
Old Age Security 1989–1990 745,061 16,679 761,740 199,163 2,847 216,743 342,987
Old Age Security 1990–1991 450,788 34,157 484,945 120,607 192,431 171,907
Old Age Security 1991–1992 563,001 147,469 710,470 161,316 2,914 461,358 84,882
Old Age Security 1992–1993 541,650 565,793 1,107,443 178,306 241 821,811 107,085
Old Age Security 1993–1994 256,140 168,824 424,964 90,260 171,205 163,499
Old Age Security 1994–1995 1,076,882 138,857 1,215,739 209,131 775,160 231,448
Old Age Security 1995–1996 558,177 446,246 1,004,423 503,458 2,114 443,435 55,416
Old Age Security 1996–1997 556,744 1,014 557,758 48,688 300 419,849 88,921
Old Age Security 1997–1998 808,271 402,230 1,210,501 208,975 4,300 673,710 323,516
Old Age Security 1998–1999 955,473 203,073 1,158,546 305,397 7,204 422,651 423,294
Old Age Security 1999–2000 517,463 (negative 63,522) 453,941 256,546 1,387 105,433 90,575
Old Age Security 2000–2001 985,419 (negative 273,128) 712,291 233,249 920 121,558 356,564
Old Age Security 2001–2002 3,658,263 (negative 3,147,092) 511,171 110,374 Link to footnote 2 9,802 69,331 321,664
Old Age Security 2002–2003 843,538 (negative 248,553) 594,985 151,849 4,344 258,992 179,800
Old Age Security 2003–2004 2,330,524 (negative 1,016,831) 1,313,693 153,293 2,129 89,517 1,068,754
Old Age Security 2004–2005 1,013,070 (negative 694,547) 318,523 132,921 7,999 177,603
Old Age Security 2005–2006 718,362 (negative 253,155) 465,207 71,205 5,400 160,743 227,859
Old Age Security 2008–2009 134,360 (negative 18,514) 115,846 70,666 12,821 32,359
Old Age Security (15 cases) 2009–2010 606,989 (negative 16,326) 590,663 122,266 8,853 459,544
Old Age Security (2 cases) 2010–2011 95,829 95,829 17,555 78,274
Old Age Security (1 case) 2011–2012 14,995 14,995 5,760 1,644 7,591
Old Age Security (15 cases) 2012–2013 659,405 (negative 8,707) 650,698 131,056 10,265 509,377
Old Age Security (16 cases) 2013–2014 585,092 (negative 696)Link to footnote 2 584,396 128,733 Link to footnote 2 72,324 169,901 213,438
Old Age Security (41 cases) 2014–2015 2,055,396 (negative 157,638)Link to footnote 2 1,897,758 295,328 291,774 111,068 Link to footnote 2 1,199,588
Fraudulent claim for overtime (1 case) 2013–2014 8,147 8,147 7,679 468
Fraudulent claim for Universal Child Care Benefits (2 cases) 2011–2012 14,000 300 14,300 12,600 1,100 600
Fraudulent claim for Universal Child Care Benefits (1 case) 2012–2013 8,500 8,500 8,500
Fraudulent claim for Universal Child Care Benefits (3 cases) 2014–2015 40,000 40,000 1,200 1,800 37,000
Fraudulent claims for grants and contributions (2 cases) 2011–2012 468,767 17,273 486,040 521 245 485,274
Fraudulent claims for grants and contributions (3 cases) 2012–2013 620,814 (negative 288,008)Link to footnote 2 332,806 22,563 69,099 82,102 Link to footnote 2 159,042
Fraudulent claims for grants and contributions (1 case) 2014–2015 390,540 390,540 390,540
Fraudulent travel payment (1 case) 2014–2015 5,025 5,025 5,025
Losses of public money:
Fraud by an employee (2 cases) 2006–2007 11,767 (negative 769) 10,998 1,450 9,548
Fraudulent operation by an employee (Old Age Security) (3 cases) 2008–2009 115,669 (negative 49,798) 65,871 18,393 673 46,805
Finance
Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions
Loss of BlackBerry (11 cases) 2014–2015 4,400 4,400 400 4,000
Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard
Fisheries and Oceans
Loss of vessel in fire (1 case) 2010–2011 50,000 50,000 15,000 35,000
Unauthorized claim paid to suppliers and contractors (1 case) 2012–2013 228,850 228,850 228,850
Unauthorized or fraudulent use of designated acquisition or travel card (258 cases) 2011–2012 63,046 196 63,242 58,419 3,829 Link to footnote 2 994
Unauthorized use of acquisition card (5 cases) 2014–2015 1,028 1,028 1,000 28
Unauthorized use of designated travel card (5 cases) 2012–2013 9,582 9,582 6,345 2,446 791
Unauthorized use of travel card (9 cases) 2013–2014 22,100 22,100 10,621 2,483 4,072 4,924
Unauthorized use of travel card (17 cases) 2014–2015 27,758 27,758 8,599 8,239 7,204 3,716
Global Affairs
Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development
Fraudulent claim of travel expenses 2014–2015 663 663 663
Fraudulent relocation payments 2013–2014 2,604 1,291 3,895 2,604 1,291
Fraudulent travel or overtime claims (3 cases) 2003–2004 42,559 (negative 410) 42,149 1,149 41,000
Misuse of funds to make personal purchases 2010–2011 11,220 11,220 5,924 5,296
Theft of cash receipts from disposal of materiel 2013–2014 2,756 2,756 1,060 1,696 Link to footnote 2
Theft of immigration, mission visa or consular funds 1994–1995 176,857 176,857 176,857
Theft of mission funds (3 cases) 2000–2001 935,794 935,794 935,794
Theft of public money by employee 2014–2015 44,585 44,585 44,585
Health
Health
Claims for false overtime and misuse of taxi chits (1 case) 2009–2010 30,000 (negative 21,462) 8,538 8,538 Link to footnote 2
False or fraudulent claims for contributions (3 cases) 2009–2010 8,399,000 (negative 97,107) 8,301,893 769,437 79,302 4,518,071 2,935,083
False or fraudulent claims for contributions (1 case) 2010–2011 260,827 260,827 122,000 24,000 114,827
Fraudulent claims for benefits (2 cases) 2007–2008 149,674 (negative 438) 149,236 27,900 2,200 119,136
Fraudulent claims for benefits (2 cases) 2009–2010 251,000 43,466 294,466 69,376 225,090
Fraudulent claims for contributions (2 cases) 2012–2013 115,926 (negative 15,596) 100,330 31,909 68,421
Fraudulent travel claims and un- reported leave of absence (1 case) 2010–2011 63,714 (negative 25,969) 37,745 37,745
Fraudulent use of government acquisition and travel card (2 cases) 2014–2015 15,707 15,707 6,302 9,405
Inappropriate use of government resources and unearned salary (1 case) 2013–2014 141,423 141,423 22,365 119,058
Misuse of government acquisition card (1 case) 2009–2010 19,222 19,222 5,443 13,779
Overpayment—Non-insured health services providers (5 cases) 2009–2010 10,683,689 (negative 6,772,053) 3,911,636 1,870,000 5,000 349,329 1,687,307
Overpayment—Non-insured health services providers (2 cases) 2013–2014 1,097,566 1,097,566 36,509 842,172 218,885
Overpayment—Non-insured health services providers (1 case) 2014–2015 46,676 46,676 46,676
Theft of wireless services (1 case) 2013–2014 7,924 7,924 7,924 Link to footnote 2
Canadian Food Inspection Agency
Damage to Crown vehicle in an accident (102 cases) 2013–2014 190,761 50,350 241,111 24,323 216,788 Link to footnote 2
Damage to Crown vehicle in an accident (87 cases) 2014–2015 103,497 103,497 9,853 64,486 29,158
Unauthorized use of designated travel card (12 cases) 2012–2013 44,290 83 44,373 37,873 1,590 83Link to footnote 2 4,827
Unauthorized use of travel card (6 cases) 2014–2015 26,698 26,698 26,381 39 278
Canadian Institutes of Health Research
Fraudulent claim for grant (1 case) 2013–2014 88,750 88,750 750 1,500 86,500
Public Health Agency of Canada
Unauthorized use of long distance service (1 case) 2013–2014 1,800 1,800 1,800 Link to footnote 2
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship
Citizenship and Immigration
Misappropriation of funds 2002–2003 178,540 (negative 316) 178,224 87,739 90,485
Unauthorized use of travel card (2 cases) 2014–2015 24,567 24,567 3,107 21,460
Immigration and Refugee Board
Theft of overhead projector (2 cases) 2014–2015 250 250 250
Indigenous and Northern Affairs
Indian Affairs and Northern Development
Fraudulent claims for post-secondary student support program, Quebec region (1 case) 2005–2006 60,000 60,000 9,000 51,000
Fraudulent use of acquisition card (1 case) 2010–2011 29,972 29,972 11,616 18,356
Unauthorized use of travel card (1 case) 2014–2015 5,033 5,033 418 628 3,987
Innovation, Science and Economic Development
Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec
False or fraudulent claims paid for contributions (2 cases) 2011–2012 975,185 975,185 24,537 (negative 939) 951,587 Link to footnote 2
Western Economic Diversification
Loss of computer (1 case) 2012–2013 50 50 50
National Defence
National Defence
Damage to residential housing units (586 cases) 2014–2015 95,780 95,780 56,982 24,708 14,090
Discrepancy in a standing advance—CFB Halifax 2002–2003 3,000 3,000 3,000 Link to footnote 2
Discrepancy in Working Capital Fund (CFB Wainwright) 2013–2014 2,612 48Link to footnote 2 2,660 2,660
Discrepancy in Working Capital Fund (HMCS Protecteur) 2013–2014 5,500 5,500 5,500
Discrepancy in Working Capital Fund (HMCS Regina) 2013–2014 1,100 (negative 1,100)Link to footnote 2
Discrepancy of accountable advances (OP LOBE R6) 2014–2015 266 266 266
Fraudulent claims—CFB Halifax (1 case) 2010–2011 68,374 872 69,246 69,246
Fraudulent claims for education allowances—CFSU Brussels 2002–2003 92,000 92,000 27,000 65,000
Fraudulent claims, cashing of cheques and receipts of pay—CFSU Ottawa 1999–2000 28,305 69,952 Link to footnote 2 98,257 24,391 2,250 Link to footnote 2 71,616
Fraudulent payments deposited into personal bank account—Ottawa 2007–2008 33,948 1,341 Link to footnote 2 35,289 17,626 8,905 8,758
Loss of accountable advance (3 cases) 2013–2014 1,933 1,933 1,245 388 300
Loss of accountable advance—Borden (2 cases) 2011–2012 344 344 17 327
Loss of accountable advance—CFB Edmonton (16 cases) 2010–2011 10,528 10,528 5,709 900 3,919 Link to footnote 2
Loss of accountable advance—Libya (1 case) 2011–2012 13,039 (negative 12,849) 190 190
Loss of accountable advance—Ottawa (1 case) 2012–2013 12,966 12,966 12,966
Loss of public funds—8 Wing Trenton—theft 2009–2010 3,870 2,688 6,558 2,688 3,870
Loss of standing advance Kandahar—suspected theft 2008–2009 20,538 (negative 1,879) 18,659 9,632 9,027
Loss of standing advance—JTF Afghanistan (5 cases) 2009–2010 19,803 591 20,394 9,258 162Link to footnote 2 10,974
Loss of standing advance—CFSU(E) (1 case) 2012–2013 6,735 6,735 6,735 Link to footnote 2
Overpayment of employment benefits (CFB Esquimalt) 2013–2014 20,278 20,278 7,859 10,078 2,341
Theft of accountable advances (CFB Comox) 2014–2015 363 (negative 363)Link to footnote 2
Theft of information technology equipment and computer peripheral (1 case) 2014–2015 281,094 281,094 281,094
Theft of revenue (Shearwater) 2014–2015 6,401 6,401 6,401
National Revenue
Canada Revenue Agency
Court convictions (amount of tax evaded or refunds fraudulently obtained as determined by the Court)
Goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax 2002–2003 13,042,536 13,042,536 1,148,573 7,425 11,886,538 Link to footnote 2
Goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax 2003–2004 6,800,491 6,800,491 2,752,099 3,864,279 184,113
Goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax 2004–2005 4,581,548 4,581,548 1,291,998 321 3,134,655 Link to footnote 2 154,574
Goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax 2005–2006 5,924,283 5,924,283 1,552,309 3,532 4,346,645 Link to footnote 2 21,797
Goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax 2006–2007 8,692,483 (negative 17,804) 8,674,679 2,864,243 2,510 5,651,492 Link to footnote 2 156,434
Goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax 2007–2008 17,198,434 17,198,434 3,396,302 56,503 13,333,605 Link to footnote 2 412,024
Goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax 2008–2009 13,735,115 13,735,115 5,353,941 12,125 8,303,784 Link to footnote 2 65,265
Goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax 2009–2010 7,265,375 7,265,375 1,976,627 27,531 4,672,743 Link to footnote 2 588,474
Goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax 2010–2011 4,445,660 4,445,660 1,896,562 39,877 1,806,687 Link to footnote 2 702,534
Goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax 2011–2012 13,871,865 13,871,865 8,248,757 89,223 4,926,003 Link to footnote 2 607,882
Goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax 2012–2013 21,919,300 21,919,300 1,364,844 167,914 18,961,290 Link to footnote 2 1,425,252
Goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax 2013–2014 18,502,691 18,502,691 704,331 21,681 17,209,084 Link to footnote 2 567,595
Goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax 2014–2015 8,703,643 8,703,643 1,296,861 143,602 6,183,012 Link to footnote 2 1,080,168
Income tax 2002–2003 8,768,905 8,768,905 4,756,128 3,708 4,007,542 1,527
Income tax 2003–2004 12,026,416 12,026,416 8,622,886 3,369,886 33,644
Income tax 2004–2005 7,922,895 7,922,895 5,586,807 2,308,731 Link to footnote 2 27,357
Income tax 2005–2006 9,648,565 9,648,565 6,168,031 3,113,942 Link to footnote 2 366,592
Income tax 2006–2007 5,865,180 5,865,180 2,795,677 2,937,914 Link to footnote 2 131,589
Income tax 2007–2008 13,004,212 13,004,212 4,027,857 7,801 8,856,799 Link to footnote 2 111,755
Income tax 2008–2009 15,562,835 (negative 501,070) 15,061,765 8,339,380 17,248 6,074,920 Link to footnote 2 630,217
Income tax 2009–2010 7,428,731 7,428,731 3,342,583 90,644 3,333,062 Link to footnote 2 662,442
Income tax 2010–2011 22,442,722 22,442,722 9,559,828 310,739 11,306,297 Link to footnote 2 1,265,858
Income tax 2011–2012 4,611,681 4,611,681 2,107,066 150,798 954,298 1,399,519
Income tax 2012–2013 11,841,323 11,841,323 4,965,088 397,748 3,381,338 Link to footnote 2 3,097,149
Income tax 2013–2014 8,814,118 8,814,118 1,752,120 292,285 3,181,439 Link to footnote 2 3,588,274
Income tax 2014–2015 3,508,671 3,508,671 1,238,466 151,153 168,473 Link to footnote 2 1,950,579
Other administered losses 2006–2007 72,003 72,003 68,465 3,030 508
Other administered losses 2008–2009 96,645 96,645 7,444 2,345 83,072 3,784
Other administered losses 2009–2010 111,065 111,065 56,432 2,233 30,700 21,700
Other administered losses 2010–2011 161,040 161,040 153,913 1,067 3,087 2,973
Other administered losses 2011–2012 431,140 431,140 143,076 4,590 60,593 222,881
Other administered losses 2012–2013 47,923 47,923 25,893 22,030
Other administered losses 2013–2014 30,089 30,089 2,353 27,736
Other administered losses 2014–2015 209,003 209,003 21,022 164,906 23,075
Damage to Crown vehicle (9 cases) 2014–2015 33,758 33,758 1,417 32,341 Link to footnote 2
Fraudulent claim for sick and other leave benefits (8 cases) 2012–2013 34,939 34,939 31,190 1,377 2,372
Fraudulent claim for sick and other leave benefits (5 cases) 2013–2014 6,020 6,020 4,657 517 563Link to footnote 2 283
Fraudulent claim for travel costs (1 case) 2012–2013 20,993 (negative 13,434) 7,559 7,548 11Link to footnote 2
Fraudulent claim paid for sick and other leave benefits (4 cases) 2014–2015 2,839 2,839 700 1,273 866
Fraudulent salary payment for unreported absences (6 cases) 2013–2014 77,379 77,379 46,877 17,772 Link to footnote 2 12,730
Fraudulent salary payment for unreported absences (4 cases) 2014–2015 52,768 52,768 39,248 9,897 3,623
Personal purchases made by an employee using a Canada Revenue Agency charge card 2008–2009 3,219 3,219 397 583 2,239
Personal purchases made by an employee using a Canada Revenue Agency charge card and fraudulent claims for payment 2005–2006 7,752 7,752 3,359 3,726 667
Natural Resources
Natural Resources
Fraudulent cashing of traveler's cheques (2 cases) 2007–2008 12,895 12,895 8,664 4,231
Personal use of taxi voucher (1 case) 2014–2015 12 12 12Link to footnote 2
Theft and unauthorized use of taxi chits 2010–2011 769 769 769
Theft of electronic equipment (1 case) 2014–2015 8,563 8,563 8,563
Parliament
Senate
Loss due to claims for living allowance in the National Capital Region and/or travel expenses (4 cases) 2012–2013 314,758 141,408 456,166 410,226 36,695 9,245
Privy Council
Privy Council Office
Theft of taxi chits (2 cases) 2009–2010 5,509 5,509 945 50 4,514
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
Canada Border Services Agency
Loss of revenues due to Customs Act infractions
Misrepresentation—Value 2014–2015 2,567,929 2,567,929 1,870,364 697,565
Non report/Smuggling 2011–2012 290,396 290,396 26,174 137,648 126,574 Link to footnote 2
Non report/Smuggling 2013–2014 5,163,486 5,163,486 1,800 3,200 5,128,318 Link to footnote 2 30,168
Non report/Smuggling 2014–2015 22,205 22,205 22,205 Link to footnote 2
Other infractions 2013–2014 27,266 27,266 9,623 8,000 9,643
Theft of security deposit (1 case) 2014–2015 2,000 2,000 2,000
Correctional Service of Canada
Damage due to intentional fire (17 cases) 2012–2013 9,069 9,069 400 8,669
Damage following motor vehicle accident (111 cases) 2013–2014 222,240 7,321 Link to footnote 2 229,561 4,150 224,152 Link to footnote 2 1,259
Damage following motor vehicle accident (60 cases) 2014–2015 205,612 205,612 4,446 175,986 Link to footnote 2 25,180
Damage to property and equipment (19 cases) 2014–2015 47,609 47,609 34,854 12,755
Loss of petty cash (4 cases) 2014–2015 310 310 310Link to footnote 2
Loss originating from fraudulent inmate money order 2012–2013 10,391 10,391 5,617 4,774
Vandalism to property and equipment (344 cases) 2014–2015 43,128 43,128 1,287 942 40,657 Link to footnote 2 242
Royal Canadian Mounted Police
Damage to a building and other real property (21 cases) 2014–2015 191,697 7,550 Link to footnote 2 199,247 18,919 180,328 Link to footnote 2
Damage to Crown vehicles and other transportation equipment (27 cases) 2012–2013 39,797 39,797 10,298 28,624 875
Damage to Crown vehicles and other transportation equipment (616 cases) 2012–2013 1,687,182 1,687,182 287,666 7,786 1,337,875 Link to footnote 2 53,855
Damage to Crown vehicles and other transportation equipment (917 cases) 2013–2014 2,368,257 2,368,257 336,435 27,278 1,797,510 Link to footnote 2 207,034
Damage to Crown vehicles and other transportation equipment (37 cases) 2014–2015 88,577 88,577 698 4,037 81,656 Link to footnote 2 2,186
Damage to Crown vehicles and other transportation equipment (954 cases) 2014–2015 2,836,969 (negative 51,860)Link to footnote 2 2,785,109 143,420 302,966 1,705,287 Link to footnote 2 633,436
Damage to vehicle (1,068 cases) 2010–2011 2,864,071 1,311 2,865,382 597,611 2,252,352 Link to footnote 2 15,419
Damage to vehicle (688 cases) 2011–2012 2,517,580 (negative 18,587) 2,498,993 652,091 1,830,976 15,926
Theft of exhibit (1 case) 2013–2014 116,231 (negative 219)Link to footnote 2 116,012 116,012
Vandalism to Crown vehicles and other transportation equipment (7 cases) 2012–2013 2,861 2,861 55 760 2,046 Link to footnote 2
Public Services and Procurement
Public Works and Government Services
Damage to property (12 cases) 2014–2015 55,738 (negative 12,538)Link to footnote 2 43,200 1,094 32,237 9,869 Link to footnote 2
Fraud—Pay officer 2006–2007 250,000 250,000 67,274 7,292 175,434
Fraud—Public Service Pension Fund 2006–2007 1,185,000 (negative 912,069) 272,931 80,966 2,600 129,767 59,598
Fraud—Public Service Pension Fund 2007–2008 87,464 (negative 49,031) 38,433 1,870 36,563
Fraud—Public Service Pension Fund 2008–2009 58,187 74,834 133,021 6,053 109,830 17,138
Fraud—Public Service Pension Fund 2011–2012 71,131 71,131 11,355 2,000 57,776
Fraudulent use of acquisition card 2009–2010 4,087 4,087 2,099 1,988
Fraudulent use of taxi chits (2 cases) 2009–2010 21,156 21,156 110 160 1,156 19,730
Loss of money due to an illegal act 2004–2005 3,452,066 3,452,066 444,896 18,998 2,972,822 Link to footnote 2 15,350
Malfeasance by an employee 2007–2008 2,775,542 2,775,542 939,229 12,401 1,469,947 Link to footnote 2 353,965
Overpayment—Public Service Pension Fund 2007–2008 2,088,274 (negative 1,644,255) 444,019 327,977 98,160 17,882
Overpayment—Public Service Pension Fund 2009–2010 211,459 211,459 104,833 3,438 52,245 50,943
Overpayment—Public Service Pension Fund 2010–2011 145,480 145,480 81,258 750 14,623 48,849
Overpayment—Public Service Pension Fund 2012–2013 174,014 174,014 64,670 9,836 99,508
Overpayment—Public Service Pension Fund 2013–2014 497,792 497,792 121,682 32,644 6,549 Link to footnote 2 336,917
Overpayment—Public Service Pension Fund 2014–2015 124,567 124,567 6,867 8,915 108,785
Sponsorship Program (2 cases) 2007–2008 2,568,561 2,568,561 1,248,512 1,320,049
Sponsorship Program 2008–2009 2,140,000 2,140,000 107,808 15,000 1,987,192 30,000
Theft of petty cash (1 case) 2013–2014 171 171 171Link to footnote 2
Unauthorized use of acquisition card (3 cases) 2014–2015 5,669 (negative 312)Link to footnote 2 5,357 58 2,328 2,971
Unauthorized use of travel card (4 cases) 2014–2015 11,450 11,450 2,053 6,512 2,885
Receiver General—Cheque Redemption Control Directorate
Receiver General cheques including employment insurance warrants and Bank of Canada cheques—
Misdirected direct deposits (8,693 cases) 2014–2015 6,050,395 6,050,395 4,513,715 534,879 1,001,801 Link to footnote 2
Transport
Transport
Destruction of building due to fire (2 cases) 2014–2015 120,504 120,504 18,283 102,221 Link to footnote 2
Fraudulent travel claim (7 cases) 2009–2010 7,939 7,939 3,275 537 4,127
Treasury Board
Secretariat
Fraudulent benefit claim (health and dental plans) (5 cases) 2013–2014 189,739 189,739 20,803 11,578 157,358
Fraudulent benefit claim (5 cases) 2014–2015 70,725 70,725 3,429 67,296
Veterans Affairs
Veterans Affairs
False or fraudulent claims for War Veterans Allowance benefits (2 cases) 1992–1993 97,219 (negative 5,634) 91,585 28,800 4,800 18,584 39,401
False or fraudulent claims for War Veterans Allowance benefits (3 cases) 1999–2000 107,828 107,828 14,274 79,289 14,265
Fraudulent endorsement of disability pension cheques cashed following death of payee (2 cases) 1995–1996 71,625 (negative 19,185) 52,440 19,289 5,947 27,204
Fraudulent endorsement of disability pension cheques cashed following death of payee 2003–2004 27,888 27,888 27,888
Fraudulent endorsement of disability pension cheques cashed following death of payee 2004–2005 30,108 (negative 18,908) 11,200 686 2,405 8,109
Fraudulent endorsement of disability pension cheques cashed following death of payee 2005–2006 9,846 9,846 2,610 7,236 Link to footnote 2
Fraudulent endorsement of disability pension cheques cashed following death of payee 2006–2007 2,328 2,328 120 1,398 810
Fraudulent endorsement of disability pension cheques cashed following death of payee (5 cases) 2008–2009 378,004 (negative 1) 378,003 44,689 221,791 111,523
Fraudulent endorsement of disability pension cheques cashed following death of payee (7 cases) 2010–2011 743,112 743,112 141,118 100 586,967 Link to footnote 2 14,927
Fraudulent endorsement of disability pension cheques cashed following death of payee 2011–2012 49,698 49,698 49,698
Personal use of government charge card by an employee 2003–2004 13,704 13,704 1,352 12,352
Theft of disability pension payments following death of payee (3 cases) 2007–2008 51,893 (negative 10,464) 41,429 12,203 496 28,730
Theft of disability pension payments following death of payee (6 cases) 2008–2009 83,556 (negative 14,175) 69,381 15,047 39,985 14,349
Total 1,287,091,917 (negative 78,634,850) 1,208,457,067 610,227,420 72,740,877 238,262,836 287,225,934

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