5.2 Authority codes: Detailed for 2018 to 2019

The Authority codes used in the government-wide Chart of Accounts are included in this section. These authorities may be subject to change based on changes to the vote structure and other statutes.

5. Authority codes: Summary for 2018 to 2019

^1
Budgetary
^11
Expenditures
A
Statutory expenditures
A1
Standard

Description:

"Standard" means that the same breakdown should be used by all departments, unless otherwise restricted to a specific department.
A11
Operating budget related items

Description:

These amounts are included as operating expenditures in the Financial Reporting accounts(FRA). Each of these codes are restricted to the departments concerned.
A111
Minister's salary and motor car allowance (including Prime Minister and secretaries of state)

Description:

The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Salaries Act, 1985, section 3 and the Parliament of Canada Act, 1985, P-1.
A112
Other statutory salaries and allowances

Description:

Relate to salaries of specific offices such as Governor General.
A12
Special statutory items
A121
Court awards - Crown Liability and Proceedings Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to section 30(1) of the Crown Liability and Proceedings Act provides for the payment of judgements against the Crown upon the receipt of a certificate of judgement, from either a federal or provincial court. Money paid from the Consolidated Revenue Fund as a result of the use of this authority will eventually be accounted for either by transferring funds from a departmental appropriation or by seeking supplementary funding. Costs awarded against the Crown by a judgement and expenses for Crown witness, travel and legal fees and other expenses are charged to the appropriation of the relevant department. Additional information is available in the Directive on Claims and Ex-Gratia Payments and Guideline on Claims and Ex-Gratia Payments.
A122
Refunds of previous years revenue

Description:

This account needs to be a separate statutory expenditure authority, but it is to be netted to other revenue under accrual accounting (in the Financial Reporting Accounts). The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Financial Administration Act Section 20.
A123
Collection agency fees under section 17.1 of the Financial Administration Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to section 17.1 of the Financial Administration Act) provides for the payment of collection agency fees when they are successful in the collection of debts due the Crown. Expenses where the collection is unsuccessful or fees for other services such as tracing credit assessment and cheque verification are to be charged to program or operating votes and not to this statutory authority.
A124
Court awards - Supreme Court

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to section 98 of the Supreme Court Act) provides for the payment of judgements against the Crown, upon the receipt of a certificate of judgement from the Supreme Court.
A125
Court awards - Tax Court of Canada

Description:

The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Tax Court of Canada Act, section 16.3.
A126
Losses on foreign exchange

Description:

This statutory authority provides for the recording of the net loss resulting from the year end revaluation of financial assets and liabilities denominated in foreign currencies. Departments must revalue foreign denominated financial assets or liabilities to the Canadian dollar equivalent using the closing rate of exchange for March 31. If the net revaluations result in a gain authority code D343 would be used. The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Currency Act and Bretton Woods and Related Agreements Acts.
A127
Payment pursuant to section 24(1) of the Financial Administration Act

Description:

This statutory authority pursuant to section 24(1) of the Financial Administration Act provides for a payment out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund as a result of remissions granted under the Financial Administration Act or any other Act of Parliament.
A13
Restricted spending authorities
A130
Spending of revenues pursuant to section 30 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to section 30 of the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Act) provides for the spending of money received through the conduct of its operations.

Department(s) specific:

  • 136 - Canadian Food Inspection Agency
A131
Spending of amounts equivalent to proceeds from disposal of surplus moveable Crown assets

Description:

This statutory authority provides for the spending of the amount equivalent to the proceeds from the sale of surplus moveable Crown assets. This authority may only be applied towards disposal, operating and capital expenditures and may not be used for transfer payments. The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Surplus Crown Assets Act Section 14.
A132
Expenditures pursuant to paragraph 29.1 of Financial Administration Act (for departmental corporations)

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to paragraph 29.1(1) of the Financial Administration Act) applies only to departmental corporations and provides for the spending of any revenue received in the fiscal year through the conduct of their operations.
A133
Expenditures equivalent to revenue resulting from the conduct of operations pursuant to section 20 of the Parks Canada Agency Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to section 20.(2) of the Parks Canada Agency Act) provides for the spending of amounts equal to revenue resulting from the conduct of the Parks Canada Agency operations.

Department(s) specific:

  • 124 - Parks Canada Agency
A134
Spending of revenue received pursuant to section 60 of the Canada Revenue Agency Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 130 - Canada Revenue Agency
A135
Spending pursuant to section 5 of the National Research Council Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to section 5.(1)(e) of the National Research Council Act) provides for the spending of money received through the conduct of the National Research Council operations.

Department(s) specific:

  • 035 - National Research Council of Canada
A136
Expenditures pursuant to section 29 of the Financial Administration Act for payments pursuant to guaranties under the Spring Credit Advance Program
A137
Expenditures pursuant to section 29 of the Financial Administration Act in respect to guarantees entered into by Farm Credit Canada for the National Bio Ethanol Program

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to section 29.(1) of the Financial Administration Act) provides for guarantee payments as authorized by the 2002-2003 Appropriation Act Vote 20 for the National Bio Ethanol Program of an amount not exceeding in the aggregate the sum of $140 million.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A138
Spending of revenues pursuant to section 18(2) of the Canada School of Public Service Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to section 18(2) of the Canada School of Public Service Act) allows the School to spend the revenue from fees received by the School in a fiscal year through the conduct of its operations for its purposes in that, or the next fiscal year.

Department(s) specific:

  • 052 - Canada School of Public Service
A139
Spending pursuant to section 12(4) of the Canada Education Savings Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to section 12(4) of the Canada Education Savings Act) provides for the spending of any amounts received for services.

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A161
Spending of revenues pursuant to section 4.2 of the Department of Health Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to section 4.2 of the Department of Health Act) provides for the spending of any amounts received for services provided to any board or agency for which the Minister is responsible.

Department(s) specific:

  • 022 - Health (Department of)
  • 109 - Patented Medicine Prices Review Board
  • 148 - Public Health Agency of Canada
A162
Spending of revenues pursuant to section 21(3) of the Nuclear Safety and Control Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to section 21(3) of the Nuclear Safety and Control Act) provides for the spending of revenue from fees it charges for licences in the fiscal year in which the revenues are received or in the next fiscal year.

Department(s) specific:

  • 047 - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
A163
Spending of revenues pursuant to section 60.1 of Department of Employment and Social Development (ESDC) Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to section 60.1 of the ESDC Act) provides for the spending of revenues obtained from the provision of services and facilities to the Chief Administrator of the Administrative Tribunals Support Service of Canada, in the fiscal year in which they are received or, unless an appropriation Act provides otherwise, in the next fiscal year.

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A164
Spending of revenues pursuant to paragraph 4(2)(a) of Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to paragraph 4(2)(a) of Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council Act) provides for the spending of any money received through the conduct of the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council operations.

Department(s) specific:

  • 063 - Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
A165
Spending of revenues pursuant to paragraph 4(2)(a) of Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to paragraph 4(2)(a) of Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council Act) provides for the spending of any money received through the conduct of the Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council operations.

Department(s) specific:

  • 027 - Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council
A166
Spending of revenues pursuant to section 6(1)(g) of the Canadian Centre of Occupational Health and Safety Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to section 6(1)(g) of the Canadian Centre of Occupational Health and Safety Act) provides for the spending of any money appropriated by Parliament for the work of the Centre or received by the Centre through the conduct of its operations.

Department(s) specific:

  • 100 - Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
A167
Spending of revenues pursuant to section 29(a) of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to section 29(a) of the Canadian Institutes of Health Research Act) provides for the spending of any money it receives by way of gifts or bequest.

Department(s) specific:

  • 061 - Canadian Institutes of Health Research
A168
Spending of revenues obtained pursuant to section 5.2(2) of the Department of Employment and Social Development Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to section 5.2(2) of the Department of Employment and Social Development Act provides for the spending of any revenues obtained from the delivery of service or facility provided under subsection 5.1(1) of the Act, except the services provided under paragraph 5.1(1)(c) or (d).

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A14
Contribution to employee benefit plans
A145
Contributions to employee benefit plans - Treasury Board residual

Description:

This statutory authority covers any residual between the actual government's contributions to the various employee benefit plans and distribution of these costs to departments through the use of authority code A14A. The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Public Service Pension Adjustment Act R.S.C. 1970 c. P-33 and the Special Retirement Arrangements Act 1992 c. 46 Sch. I.

Department(s) specific:

  • 056 - Treasury Board Secretariat
A146
Contributions to employee benefit plans - Members of the military

Description:

The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Canadian Forces Superannuation Act (R.S., 1985, c. C-17), Retirement Benefits Act (R.S., 1985, c. S-24), Canada Pension Plan (R.S., 1985, c. C-8) and Employment Insurance Act (1996, c. 23).

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
  • 018 - National Defence (Department of)
A149
Contributions to employee benefit plans - Reorganisation

Note(s):

  • A department must obtain the approval from the Receiver General before using this code.
A14A
Contributions to employee benefit plans - Program

Description:

This statutory authority covers the government's contribution to the various employee benefit plans (the Public Service Superannuation Account, the Supplementary Retirement Benefits Account, the Canada Pension Plan Account, the Quebec Pension Plan, the Public Service Death Benefit Account and the Employment Insurance Account). The distribution of these costs to departments is by Interdepartmental Settlements with the Treasury Board Secretariat. The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Public Service Superannuation Act (R.S. 1985 c. P-36) Supplementary Retirement Benefits Act (R.S. 1985 c. S-24) Canada Pension Plan (R.S. 1985 c. C-8) and Employment Insurance Act (1996 c. 23).

Note(s):

  • Most departments and agencies are to substitute the letter A by a zero (0). However, in rare cases, where a department or agency has more than one operating vote, or another department or agency is allowed to function within a host departmental financial system and the accounting is included in the host department's Central Financial Management and Reporting System (CFMRS) trial balance, the A would be substituted sequentially by 1 for the first vote/organization and by 2 for the second vote/organization, etc.
A15
Other
A153
Transfer payments in connection with the Budget Implementation Act

Description:

Pursuant to Economic Action Plan Act, No. 1 (Budget Implementation Act, 2013), section 126 provides for a payment of a maximum amount of $18,000,000 to the Canadian Youth Business Foundation, section 129 for a payment of a maximum amount of $30,000,000 to the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation, section 130 for a payment of a maximum amount of $5,000,000 to Indspire, section 131 for a payment of a maximum amount of $3,000,000 to the Pallium Foundation of Canada , Section 132 for a payment of a maximum amount of $3,000,000 to the Canadian National Institute for the Blind. In addition, pursuant to section 115 of the Budget Implementation Act, 2017, this statutory authority provides for the payment of a maximum of $125,000,000 to be paid out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund to the Canadian Institute for Advanced Research to support a pan-Canadian artificial intelligence strategy.

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
  • 012 - Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec
  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
  • 022 - Health (Department of)
  • 023 - Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency
  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
  • 044 - Western Economic Diversification (Department of)
  • 091 - Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (Crown Corporation)
  • 097 - Receiver General
A2
Transfer payments

Description:

Details on transfer payments are required in the Central Financial Management Reporting System (CFMRS) to prepare the list of specific budgetary expenditures included in the Monthly Statement of Financial Operations (MSFO).
A20
Agriculture - Payments in connection with the Farm Income Protection Act
A201
Crop insurance programs

Description:

This statutory authority provides for transfer payments in connection with the Farm Income Protection Act - Crop Insurance Program.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A203
Net income stabilization account

Description:

This statutory authority provides for transfer payments in connection with the Farm Income Protection Act - Net Income Stabilization Account.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A206
Contributions to a transition to future risk management programming

Description:

Statutory Payments in support of the Net Income Stabilization Account Program.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A209
Grants and contributions for the AgriInvest Kickstart Program

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A210
Grants and contribution payments for the AgriInvest program

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A213
Payments in connection with the Agriculture Marketing Programs Act

Description:

This statutory authority provides for transfer payments in connection with the Agricultural Marketing Programs Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A214
Grants for the transitional industry support program

Description:

This Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada statutory authority provides for grant payments for the Transitional Industry Support Program. The program authority is the Farm Income Protection Act referenced in the Treasury Board submission dated March 26, 2004.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A215
Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) recovery program

Description:

This statutory authority provides for transfer payments in connection with the Bovine Spongiform Encephalopathy (BSE) recovery program. The program authority is the Farm Income Protection Act and the Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food Act as referenced in the Treasury Board submission in July 2003.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A216
Business risk management (BRM) programs

Description:

This Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada statutory authority provides for contributions in support of the Business Risk Management Programs under the Agricultural Policy Framework (APF). The program authority is the Farm Income Protection Act and the Department of Agriculture and Agri-Food Act as referenced in the Treasury Board submission dated March 2003.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A217
Farm Income Protection Act - Province - based programs

Description:

This Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada statutory authority provides for payments in connection with the Farm Income Protection Act - Province-Based Programs.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A218
Contributions for the transitional industry support program

Description:

This Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada statutory authority provides for contributions payments for the Transitional Industry Support Program. The program authority is the Farm Income Protection Act referenced in the Treasury Board submission dated March 26, 2004.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A219
Contributions for the Canadian farm income program

Description:

This Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada statutory authority provides for contributions in support of the Canadian Farm Income Program. The program authority is the Farm Income Protection Act referenced in the Treasury Board submission dated March 29, 2004.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A220
Payments in connection with the Farm Income Protection Act - Quebec gross revenue insurance conditional remission order

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A221
Class contribution payments for repositioning of the Canadian beef and cattle industry

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A225
Contributions in support of the Farm Income payment

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A226
Grants in support of the Farm Income payment

Description:

This statutory authority is established pursuant to subsection 12(5) and section 19 of the Farm Income Protection Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A229
Contributions in support of business risk management programs under the Agricultural Policy Framework - Production insurance

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A230
Grants in support of the Canadian Agriculture Income Stabilization (CAIS) inventory transition initiative

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A235
Contributions in support of the Canadian Agriculture Income Stabilization (CAIS) inventory transition initiative

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A236
Contribution payments for the Grain and Oilseed Payment Program

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A237
Grant payments for the Grain and Oilseed Payment Program

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A238
Contributions in support of business risk management programs under the Agricultural Policy Framework - Province-based programs

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A239
Contributions in support of business risk management programs under the Agricultural Policy Framework - Agriculture policy initiatives

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A294
Grant payments for the Golden Nematode Disaster Program

Description:

The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Farm Income Protection Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A295
Grants and contributions in support of the Cost of Production Benefit

Description:

The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Farm Income Protection Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A296
Grant and contribution payments for the Agricultural Disaster Relief Program - AgriRecovery

Description:

The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Farm Income Protection Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A297
Grants in support of the cull breeding swine program

Description:

The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Farm Income Protection Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A298
Grant and contribution payments for the AgriStability Program

Description:

The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Farm Income Protection Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A299
Contributions in support of the assistance to the pork industry initiative

Description:

The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Farm Income Protection Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A22
Agriculture - Other payments
A223
Grants to agencies established under Farm Products Agencies Act

Description:

This statutory authority provides for grants to agencies in connection with the Farm Products Agencies Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A224
Loan guarantees under the Canadian Agricultural Loans Act

Description:

This statutory authority provides for loan guarantees pursuant to the Canadian Agricultural Loans Act. Prior to June 2009, the name of the Act was the Farm Improvement and Marketing Cooperatives Loans Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A227
Canadian cattlemen's association legacy fund

Description:

Grant to the Canadian Cattlemen's Association Legacy and to Support Critical International and Domestic Market Development Activities. This statutory authority is established pursuant to Section 57 of the Budget Implementation Act 2005.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A23
Environment
A233
Canada Foundation for Sustainable Development Technology grant

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Budget Implementation Act 2003, section 34) provides for the payment of a grant to the Canada Foundation for Sustainable Development Technology in the amount of $250 million. Pursuant to the Budget Implementation Act 2004, section 10 provides for the payment of a grant to the Canada Foundation for Sustainable Development Technology in the amount of $200 million. Pursuant to the Budget Implementation Act, 2007, section 145, an amount of $200 million is available for payment to the Canada Foundation for Sustainable Development Technology.

Department(s) specific:

  • 007 - Environment (Department of the)
  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
A293
Nature conservancy of Canada

Description:

Pursuant to Economic Action Plan Act, No. 1 (Budget Implementation Act, 2013), section 128, provides for a payment of a maximum amount of $20,000,000 to the Nature Conservancy of Canada.

Department(s) specific:

  • 007 - Environment (Department of the)
A24
Finance - Federal-provincial payments
A241
Canada Health and Social Transfer

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Part V of the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act) provides for Canada Health and Social Transfer payments to provinces and territories. The expenditures are for health care, post-secondary education, childhood development and social assistance and services.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A242
Fiscal equalization

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Part I of the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act) provides for fiscal equalization payments to the less prosperous provincial governments, so that their residents can receive public services that are reasonably comparable to those in other provinces.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A243
Statutory subsidies

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Constitution Acts 1867-1982 and other statutory authorities) provides for transfer payments to the provinces. The statutory subsidies are the oldest federal transfer payments made to provinces and under the British North America Act, 1867 the 4 original provinces were to receive certain annual payments from the federal government. Similar arrangements were made with the provinces that joined subsequently.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A244
Alternative payments for standing programs

Description:

This statutory authority allow provinces to assume the administrative and financial authority for certain federal-provincial programs. In turn, the federal government provide provinces with tax points, the value of which is netted against total entitlements and, accordingly are recovered from cash transfers. The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Federal/Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act Part VI.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A245
Youth allowances recovery

Description:

This statutory authority represents the recovery from Quebec of that portion of the special tax abatement in respect of the now-defunct Youth Allowances program. The legislative basis for this statutory expenditure authority is the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Revision Act 1964 1964-65 c.26.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A251
Canadian Millennium Scholarship Foundation

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Budget Implementation Act 1998) provided for a donation of $2.5 billion to be paid to the Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A256
Canada health transfer

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act, Part V.1) provides provinces and territories with long-term predictable funding for health care and supports the principles of the Canada Health Act: universality; comprehensiveness; portability; accessibility; and, public administration, as well as the provisions relating to extra-billing and user charges.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A257
Canada social transfer

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act, Part V.1) provides funding to provinces and territories with the purposes of financing social programs in a manner that provides provincial flexibility, of supporting the prohibition against imposing minimum residency requirements for social assistance, and of promoting any shared principles and objectives developed between the Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development and representatives of all the provinces. Specifically, the funding is in support of post-secondary education, social assistance and social services, and programs for children.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A267
Payment to Ontario related to Canada health transfer

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act, Part V.1, section 24.702), introduced in Budget 2009, provides additional payments to Ontario in 2009-10 and 2010-11 to ensure that, as an Equalization-receiving province, that province receives the same per capita Canada Health Transfer cash payments as other Equalization-receiving provinces. While the amount for 2009-10 was fixed at $489,058,000, the amount for 2010-11 will be recalculated until September 2013.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A273
Territorial financing (Part I.1 - Federal - Provincial Fiscal Arrangement Act)

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act, Part I.1) relates to Territorial Formula Financing, an annual unconditional transfer from the federal government to each of the three territorial governments. It enables territorial governments to provide a range of public programs and services to their residents that are comparable to those offered by provincial governments, at comparable levels of taxation. Prior to this program being legislated in 2004-05, funding was provided by way of "grants" as per agreements between each territorial government and the federal government.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A274
Wait times reduction transfer

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Part V.1 of the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act) provides funding for the purposes of assisting the provinces to reduce wait times according to their respective priorities, including training and hiring more health professionals, clearing backlogs, building capacity for regional centers of excellence, expanding appropriate ambulatory and community care programs and expanding tools to manage wait times, as outlined in the 2004 10 Year Plan to Strengthen Health Care.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A382
Transitional payment to Newfoundland and Labrador

Description:

The legislative basis for this statutory expenditure authority is the Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador Additional Fiscal Equalization Offset Payments Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A383
Additional Fiscal equalization to Nova Scotia

Description:

The legislative basis for this statutory expenditure authority is Part I of the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A384
Additional Fiscal equalization Offset Payment to Nova Scotia

Description:

The legislative basis for this statutory expenditure authority is the Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador Additional Fiscal Equalization Offset Payments Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A385
Payments to provinces for assistance with sales tax harmonization

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the section 8.4 of the Part III.1 of the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act) provides funding to provinces who have entered into a sales tax harmonization agreement for the purposes of assisting for the administration and enforcement of the system of taxation contemplated under the agreement.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A386
Payment to Nova Scotia - Offshore Petroleum Resources

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Economic Recovery Act (stimulus), 2009, section 19) provides for the payment of an amount of $174,500,000 to Nova Scotia related to the profit realized in the project of Offshore Petroleum Resources.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A387
Additional Fiscal equalization Payment - Total Transfer Protection (BIA 2010)

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Jobs and Economic Growth Act (Budget Implementation Act, 2010), section 1646 which amends the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act) provides an additional fiscal equalization payment to Nova Scotia for $250,405,000, New Brunswick for $80,300,000, Manitoba for $175,494,000 and Prince Edward Island for $3,304,000.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A388
Canada health transfer and Canada social transfer to Saskatchewan and Newfoundland and Labrador - Total Transfer Protection

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Jobs and Economic Growth Act (Budget Implementation Act, 2010), section 1648 which amends the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act) provides a payment of $7,304,000 to Saskatchewan and $8,408,000 to Newfoundland and Labrador.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A389
Fiscal stabilization

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to Part II of the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act) provides Stabilization payments to protect provincial governments from sharp year-over-year declines in the sum of their own-source and Equalization revenues resulting from extraordinary economic downturns. The payment in 2014-15 of $103,400,000 represents the new determination of the demand submitted by the Government of Quebec for 1991-92. The payment in 2015-16 of $ 251,385,120 represents an advance payment to Alberta in respect of 2015-16. The payment in 2015-16 of $31,674,480 represents an advance payment to Newfoundland and Labrador in respect of 2015-16.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A421
Environment, including public transit and energy-efficient retrofit program for low-income housing

Description:

Payments to provinces for the environment, including for public transit and for energy-efficient retrofit program for low-income housing. New statutory authority for Finance is established pursuant to an Act to authorize the Minister of finance to make certain payments (S.C.2005,c.36).

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A422
Training programs and post-secondary education access enhancement

Description:

Payments to provinces to support training programs and enhancing access to post-secondary education, to benefit, among others, aboriginal Canadians. New statutory authority for Finance is established pursuant to an Act to authorize the Minister of finance to make certain payments (S.C.2005,c.36).

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A423
Affordable housing

Description:

Payments to provinces for affordable housing, including housing for aboriginal Canadians. New statutory authority for Finance is established pursuant to an Act to authorize the Minister of finance to make certain payments (S.C.2005 c.36).

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A432
Payments to Ontario

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Budget Implementation Act, 2007 , Section 58), provides for the payment of an amount of $250,000,000 to the Province of Ontario to assist the province in the transition to a single corporate tax administration.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A437
Incentive for provinces to eliminate taxes on capital

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Budget and Economic Statement Implementation Act, 2007, Section 139), provides for the payment of an incentive for a province to eliminate capital taxes.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A439
Securities regulation

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Budget Implementation Act, 2014, Section 313 which amends the Budget Implementation Act, 2009, Section 295 (1)) provides for the payments of a maximum amount of $150,000,000 or any other amount that may be specified in an appropriation Act, to provinces and territories for matters relating to the establishment of a Canadian securities regulation regime and a Canadian regulatory authority.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A444
Additional fiscal equalization payment - Total Transfer Protection (BIA1 2013)

Description:

This statutory authority pursuant to the Economic Action Plan 2013 Act, No. 1, Section 111, which amends Part I of the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act, provides an additional fiscal equalization payment to New Brunswick for $48,891,000 and to Manitoba for $6,915,000.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A445
Funding for Home Care Services and Mental Health Services

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Budget Implementation Act, 2017, No.1, Section 195) provides funding to provinces and territories for home care services and mental health services for the fiscal year 2017-2018.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A26
Finance - International development payments
A261
Payments for international development association

Description:

The legislative basis for this statutory expenditure authority is the Bretton Woods and Related Agreements Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A262
Payments to International Monetary Fund's poverty reduction and growth facility

Description:

The legislative basis is for this statutory expenditure authority the Bretton Woods and Related Agreements Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A264
Payments for foreign aid

Description:

New statutory authority for Finance is established pursuant to an Act to authorize the Minister of finance to make certain payments (S.C.2005,c.36).

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A265
Payment for multilateral debt relief

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Economic Recovery Act (stimulus), 2009, section 18) provides for the payment of a maximum amount of $200 million in each fiscal year, to international organizations in order to make debt payments on behalf of eligible countries. The total amount paid out must not be more than a total of $2.5 billion.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A266
Small and Medium Enterprise (SME) finance challenge

Description:

The legislative basis for this statutory expenditure authority is the Bretton Woods and Related Agreements Act, section 8.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A268
Fast start climate change financing

Description:

The legislative basis for this statutory expenditure authority is the Bretton Woods and Related Agreements Act, Section 8.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A269
Agriculture advance market commitment

Description:

The legislative basis for this statutory expenditure authority is the Bretton Woods and Related Agreements Act, section 8.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A27
Finance - Other
A270
Payments to the Canadian Securities regulation Regime Transition Office

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Canadian Securities Regulation Regime Transition Office Act, section 14) provides for the payments of a maximum amount of $33,000,000 to the Transition Office for its use.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A271
Payments for pensions grants or allowances in respect to the Halifax Relief Pension Continuation Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Halifax Relief Pension Continuation Act) provides for payments of pensions, grants and allowances in relation to the Halifax 1917 explosion.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A28
Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
A281
Payments to the international financial institutions accounts

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the International Development (Financial Institutions) Assistance Act) provides for Direct payments to the development assistance funds of the international financial institutions.

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
A285
Forgiveness of non-budgetary loans pursuant to section 24.1 of the Financial Administration Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to section 24.1 of the Financial Administration Act) provides for the forgiveness of an amount up to $449,533,044 owed by the Government of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan, in relation to loan agreements, subject to the conditions described in the Memorandum of Understanding signed on April 20, 2006 between the Government of Canada and the Government of the Islamic Republic of Pakistan.

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
A29
Export development Canada
A291
Payments of concessional loans to facilitate and develop trade between Canada and foreign countries

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Export Development Act, ) provides for the funding of the Canada Account related to concessional loan disbursements and loan provisioning.

Department(s) specific:

  • 123 - Export Development Canada (Crown Corporation)
A292
Forgiveness of non-budgetary loans pursuant to section 23(6) of the Export Development Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to section 23(6) of the Export Development Act) provides for the forgiveness of the Canada Account non-budgetary loans.

Department(s) specific:

  • 123 - Export Development Canada (Crown Corporation)
A31
Health
A311
Payments for insured health services and extended health care

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act, Established Programs Financing) provided for statutory expenditures insured health services and extended health care. In 1996-97 this statutory authority was replaced by the Canada Health and Social Transfer payments (authority code A241) but remains operative to allow for any residual Established Programs Financing recoveries or payments.

Department(s) specific:

  • 022 - Health (Department of)
A312
Canada Health Infoway Inc.

Description:

Pursuant to the Budget Implementation Act, 2009, section 316, a maximum amount of $500 million is available for payment to Canada Health Infoway Inc. - Pursuant to the Budget Implementation Act, 2007, section 133, a maximum amount of $400 million is available for payment to Canada Health Infoway Inc. - Pursuant to the Budget Implementation Act, 2004, section 11, a maximum amount of $100 million is available for payment to Canada Health Infoway Inc.- Pursuant to the Budget Implementation Act 2003, section 36 provides for the payment of a grant to the Canada Health Infoway Inc. in the amount of $600 million.

Department(s) specific:

  • 022 - Health (Department of)
A315
Payments in connection with the Patent Act (Patented medicines)

Department(s) specific:

  • 022 - Health (Department of)
A32
Employment and Social Development Canada
A320
Benefit enhancement measures - Employment Insurance operating account

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Employment Insurance Act, section 73.1) provides for the cost of the benefit enhancement measures.

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A321
Interest payments under the Canada Student Loans Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Canada Student Loans Act, section 6.(1)) provides for payments of interest to lending institutions in respect of each guaranteed student loan made by that lender to a full time student.

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A322
Liabilities under the Canada Student Loans Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Canada Student Loans Act) provides for the funding of liabilities related to guaranteed student loans under the Act. These include payments to financial institutions (other than interest payments under section 6(1) of the Act - see the Authority code A321), alternative payments to the provinces/territories, provincial administration fees, and other liabilities.

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A323
Interest and other payments under the Canada Student Financial Assistance Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Canada Student Financial Assistance Act) provides for the funding of liabilities related to risk-shared Canada Student Loans under the Act. These include interest and other payments to financial institutions, alternative payments to the provinces/territories, provincial administration fees, and other liabilities.

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A325
Labour adjustment benefits payments

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Labour Adjustments Benefits Act) provides for payments of labour adjustment benefits in accordance with the terms and conditions prescribed by the Governor in Council to assist workers who have been laid off.

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A326
Payments of compensation respecting government employees and merchant seamen

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Government Employees Compensation Act) provides for payments to government employees, to Provincial Workers Compensation Boards and commissions, and for recovery of costs from Crown corporations, agencies and departments. Also (pursuant to the Merchant Seamen Compensation Act) it provides for payments to certain dependants of merchant seamen.

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A327
Old Age Security pension

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Old Age Security Act) provides for payment of an Old Age Security pension to most Canadians aged 65 or older.

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A330
Canada education savings grant payments to Registered Educations Savings Plans (RESPs)trustees on behalf of RESP beneficiaries to encourage Canadians to save for post - secondary education of children

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Department of Human Resources Development Act, Part III.I) provides for payments to financial institutions of a Canada Education Savings Grant (CESG) to beneficiaries of Registered Education Savings Plans (RESP).

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A331
Canada Student Grants to qualifying full and part-time students pursuant to the Canada Student Financial Assistance Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Canada Student Financial Assistance Act) provides for payments of grants to qualifying students.

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A332
Payments related to the direct financing arrangements under the Canada Student Financial Assistance Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Canada Student Financial Assistance Act) provides the funding of liabilities related to direct financing student loans, including federal-provincial integrated loans, under the Act. These include interest and transaction fee payments to financial institutions during the transition period, payments under service provider contracts, alternative payments to the provinces/territories, provincial administration fees, and other liabilities.

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A333
Old age guaranteed income supplement payments

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Old Age Security Act) provides for a supplement to be paid to low-income seniors (that meet certain income requirements) who are receiving the Old Age Security pension.

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A334
Allowance payments

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Old Age Security Act) provides for an allowance to be paid to spouses of low-income seniors who meet certain conditions related to the Old Age Security Program.

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A335
Universal child care benefit

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A337
Canada learning bond payments to Registered Education Savings Plans (RESPs) trustees on behalf of RESP beneficiaries to support access to post - secondary education to children from low - income families

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A338
Wage earner protection program

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Wage earner Protection Program Act) provides for payments to individuals in respect of wages owed to them by employers who are bankrupt or subject to a receivership.

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A339
Canada disability savings bond

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Canada Disability Savings Act, section 6.(1)) provides for the payment of a Canada Disability Savings Bond into a registered disability savings plan of a beneficiary.

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A340
Canada disability savings grants

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Canada Disability Savings Act, section 6.(1)) provides, in respect of any contribution made to a registered disability savings plan of a beneficiary, for the payment of a Canada Disability Savings Grants into the plan.

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A349
Payments in connection with the Apprentice Loans Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to Division 30 of Part 6 of the Economic Action Plan 2014 Act, No. 1 which enacts the Apprentice Loans Act) provides for any payments in connection with the Apprentice Loans Act (other than apprentice loans - see the authority code G181).

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A34
Indian affairs and Northern Development
A342
Grants to aboriginal organizations designated to receive claim settlement payments pursuant to Comprehensive Land Claim Settlement Acts

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Comprehensive Land Claim Settlements Acts) provides for payments to aboriginal organizations designated to receive claim settlements specified in land claim agreements enacted by Comprehensive Land Claim Settlement Acts (agreements are required in cases where Aboriginal title (traditional use and occupancy of land) had not been dealt with by treaty or by other legal methods).

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
A345
Grant to the Nunatsiavut Government for the implementation of the Labrador Inuit land claims agreement pursuant to the Labrador Inuit Land Claims Agreement Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
A346
Mackenzie Gas Projects Impacts Act

Description:

To establish the Corporation from the Mitigation of Mackenzie Gas Project Impacts.

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
A347
Grassy Narrows and Islington Bands Mercury Disability Board

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Grassy Narrows and Islington Indian Band Mercury Pollution Claims Settlement Act) provides for the payment of certain sums to each Band, the establishment of the Grassy Narrows and Islington Bands Mercury Disability Board ... and, subject to certain exceptions contained in the Agreement, the abolition of all existing and future rights of action of the Bands and of every past, present or future member of the Bands, and the estates thereof, in respect of any claims and causes of action that are the subject of the agreement.

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
A348
Indian Annuities Treaty payments

Description:

This statutory authority provides for payments ($4 or $5) to any registered Indian who is either a member of or affiliated with the bands that signed the Robinson-Huron, Robinson-Superior and eleven (11) numbered treaties. The treaty annuities are normally paid in cash at treaty day events. Triennial clothing allowances are also paid to the Chiefs and councillors and hunting and fishing supplies (e.g. ammunition and nets). The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Indian Act R.S. 1985 c. I-5.

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
A35
Office of Infrastructure of Canada
A353
Infrastructure stimulus fund

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Budget Implementation Act, 2009, section 300) provides for the payment of a maximum amount of $2,000,000,000 to provide funding for infrastructure projects primarily related to infrastructure rehabilitation.

Department(s) specific:

  • 142 - Office of Infrastructure of Canada
A354
Provincial-Territorial Infrastructure Base Funding Program

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Budget Implementation Act, 2009, section 301) provides for the payment of a maximum amount of $495,000,000 to provinces and territories for infrastructure projects.

Department(s) specific:

  • 142 - Office of Infrastructure of Canada
A355
Communities component of the building Canada fund

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Budget Implementation Act, 2009, section 302) provides for the payment of a maximum amount of $250,000,000 to provide funding for infrastructure projects in communities that have a population of less than 100,000.

Department(s) specific:

  • 142 - Office of Infrastructure of Canada
A356
Green infrastructure fund

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Budget Implementation Act, 2009, section 303) provides for the payment of a maximum amount of $200,000,000 to support infrastructure projects that promote a clean environment.

Department(s) specific:

  • 142 - Office of Infrastructure of Canada
A357
Gas Tax Fund - Financing municipal infrastructure

Description:

This statutory authority pursuant to the Economic Action Plan Act, No.1 (Budget Implementation Act, 2013), section 233 which amends the Keeping Canada's Economy and Jobs Growing Act, provides for a payment of a maximum amount determined in accordance with subsection (2) of the same act for each fiscal year beginning on or after April 1, 2014, to provinces, territories, municipalities, municipal associations, provincial, territorial and municipal entities and First Nations for the purpose of municipal, regional and First Nations infrastructure.

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
  • 142 - Office of Infrastructure of Canada
A36
Industry
A362
Liabilities in Atlantic Canada under the Small Business Loan Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Small Business Loan Act) provides for payment of claims (i.e., sharing of loan losses between the lenders and the federal government). The Small Business Loans Act (SBLA) was repealed on March 31, 1999. While lending activity ceased on March 31, 1999, the Small Business Loans Administration will continue to receive claims and revenue associated with these loans for many years to come. SBL loans can have maturities of up to 10 years after the first scheduled principal payment, and lenders may take as long as three years after a loan defaults to claim their losses. Industry Canada manages the program for itself and the regional economic development agencies.

Department(s) specific:

  • 012 - Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec
  • 023 - Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency
  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
  • 044 - Western Economic Diversification (Department of)
A364
Canada foundation for innovation

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Budget Implementation Acts 1997 and 2003, section 94 and 39) provides for the payment of a grant to the Canada Foundation for Innovation in the amount of $800 million and $500 million respectively.

Department(s) specific:

  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
A366
Liabilities under the Canada Small Business Financing Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Canada Small Business Financing Act (CSBFA)) which became effective on April 1, 1999 and replaces the Small Business Loans Act. The CSBFA program parameters parallel those of the SBLA (i.e. sharing of loan losses between the lenders and the federal government and revenue associated with these loans) but certain provisions have been included to strengthen the move toward cost recovery. Industry Canada manages the program for itself and the regional economic development agencies.

Department(s) specific:

  • 012 - Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec
  • 023 - Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency
  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
  • 044 - Western Economic Diversification (Department of)
A367
Genome Canada

Description:

Pursuant to Economic Action Plan Act, No. 1 (Budget Implementation Act, 2013), section 127 provides for a payment of a maximum amount of 165 million.

Department(s) specific:

  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
A369
Liabilities for loan guarantee payments pursuant to paragraph 14(1)(b) of the Department of Industry Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Department of Industry Act section 14(1)(b)) provides to guarantee the repayment of a loan.

Department(s) specific:

  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
A438
Improving infrastructure at universities and colleges

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Budget Implementation Act, 2009, Section 309) provides for the payment of a maximum amount of $1,000,000,000 to accelerate repairs and maintenance at post-secondary institutions.

Department(s) specific:

  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
A37
Natural Resources
A370
Reduction of housing energy consumption, Natural Resources Canada

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to Part 2 of the Energy Costs Assistance Measures Act) provides for a sum in an aggregate amount of not more than $75 million for the purpose of carrying out the powers referred to in paragraphs 21(a) to (c) and (e) of the Energy Efficiency Act and supporting the measures to reduce the energy consumption of housing projects referred to in subsection 8(1) of the Energy Costs Assistance Measures Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
A371
Payments to Atomic Energy of Canada Limited (AECL)

Description:

Pursuant to the Jobs and Economic Growth Act (Budget Implementation Act, 2010), section 2146 provides for payments to AECL for any amount that is required to carry out a measure referred to in sections 2139 to 2141 under this Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
A372
Canada/Nova Scotia Development Fund

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Resources Accord Implementation Act, Part VI) provides for expenditures related to the Canada-Nova Scotia Development Fund, established in March 1982 to pay for infrastructure costs directly or indirectly relating to the expansion or development, production or transportation of oil and gas in the Nova Scotia offshore area.

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
A373
Canada/Newfoundland Development Fund

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Atlantic Accord Implementation Act, Part VI) provides for expenditures related the Canada-Newfoundland Offshore Development Fund to help defray the social and economic infrastructure costs related to oil and gas development off the coast of Newfoundland and Labrador, allowing the province to benefit from offshore development activity.

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
A374
Canada/Newfoundland Offshore Petroleum Board

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Atlantic Accord Implementation Act, Part I) provides for expenditures related the Canada-Newfoundland Offshore Petroleum Board that manages the petroleum resources in the Newfoundland offshore area on behalf of the Government of Canada and the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
A375
Canada/Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Resources Accord Implementation Act, Part I) provides for expenditures related the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Board that is the independent joint agency of the Governments of Canada and Nova Scotia established pursuant to the federal Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Resources Accord Implementation Act and the provincial Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Resources Accord Implementation (Nova Scotia) Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
A376
Payments to the nova scotia offshore revenue account

Description:

This statutory authority .(pursuant to the Canada-Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Resources Accord Implementation Act, Part IV) provides for expenditures related the Nova Scotia Offshore Revenue Account for amounts that have been refunded or reimbursed by the province.

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
A378
Payments to the newfoundland offshore petroleum resource revenue fund

Description:

This Natural Resources statutory authority (pursuant to the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Atlantic Accord Implementation Act, Part IV) provides for expenditures related the Newfoundland Offshore Petroleum Resource Revenue Fund for amounts that have been refunded or reimbursed by the province.

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
A379
Newfoundland Fiscal equalization Offset Payments

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Canada-Newfoundland and Labrador Atlantic Accord Implementation Act, Part V) provides for fiscal equalization offset payments to the province of Newfoundland and Labrador.

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
A380
EnerGuide for Houses Retrofit Incentive Program

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Energy Costs Assistance Measures Act) provides for an aggregate amount of not more than $338 million for the purpose of providing additional funding for the EnerGuide for Houses Retrofit Incentive Program undertaken under section 21 of the Energy Efficiency Act, including the costs and expenses of the administration of that program.

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
A381
Crown share adjustment payments for Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Resources

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Canada Nova Scotia Offshore Petroleum Accord Implementation Act) provides for crown share adjustment payments to be made to the province of Nova Scotia. The amount is equal to seventy-five per cent of the profit realized on project resulting in the production of petroleum in the Nova Scotia offshore area.

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
A39
Canada Revenue Agency
A391
Children's Special Allowance payments

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Children's Special Allowances Act) provides for children's special allowance (CSA) payments. The CSA is a tax-free monthly payment to provincial or territorial agencies and other organizations or individuals for a child who: is under the age of 18; physically resides in Canada; and is maintained by an agency.

Department(s) specific:

  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
A392
Energy cost benefit

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
A393
Softwood lumber - Payments to provinces

Description:

This statutory authority is established pursuant to the Softwood Lumber Products Export Charge Act, 2006. It provides for payments to Provinces as stipulated in the Act and related Regulations.

Department(s) specific:

  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
A394
Distribution of Fuel Charge

Description:

This statutory authority is established pursuant to section 165 (2) the Greenhouse Gas Pollution Pricing Act. It provides for payments to Provinces or persons as stipulated in the Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
A40
Public Works and Government Services
A401
Payment in lieu of taxes to municipalities and other taxing authorities

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Payments in Lieu of Taxes Act) provides for payments in lieu of taxes to municipalities, provinces and other bodies exercising functions of local government that levy real property taxes. The amounts expended by PWGSC are recovered from the custodian departments and credited against the statutory payments.

Department(s) specific:

  • 127 - Public Works and Government Services (Department of)
A41
Transport
A411
Victoria bridge, Montreal

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to Vote 107, Appropriation Act #5, 1963) provides for expenditures related to the Victoria Bridge for payments to CN Rail for loss of toll revenue and for rehabilitation work on the roadway portion of the bridge.

Department(s) specific:

  • 034 - Transport (Department of)
A413
Northumberland Strait Crossing subsidy payment

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Northumberland Strait Crossing Act) provides for an annual subsidy payment (for 35 years, with the last payment being April 1, 2032) to the Strait Crossing Development Inc. for the Confederation Bridge.

Department(s) specific:

  • 034 - Transport (Department of)
A414
Payments in respect of St. Lawrence Seaway agreements

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Canada Marine Act, Part 3, section 82.) provides for payments to the St. Lawrence Seaway Authority for charges, expenses and outlays incurred in connection with government retained assets as specified in the Managed Asset Agreement.

Department(s) specific:

  • 034 - Transport (Department of)
A45
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
A451
Reduction of housing energy consumption, Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to Part 2 of the Energy Costs Assistance Measures Act) provides for a sum in an aggregate amount of not more than $425 million for the purpose of providing funding for measures to reduce the energy consumption of housing projects as defined in section 2 of that Act (National Housing Act, including the costs and expenses of the implementation and administration of those measures.

Department(s) specific:

  • 091 - Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (Crown Corporation)
A452
EnerGuide for low-income households

Description:

Remaining commitments related to the program that provided assistance to low-income households to make their homes more energy efficient.

Department(s) specific:

  • 091 - Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (Crown Corporation)
A453
Renovation and retrofit of social housing

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Budget Implementation Act, 2009, Section 312) provides for the payment of a maximum amount of $500,000,000 to provide funding to provinces and territories to address the backlog in demand for renovation and energy retrofits of social housing.

Department(s) specific:

  • 091 - Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (Crown Corporation)
A454
Housing for low-income seniors

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Budget Implementation Act, 2009, Section 313) provides for the payment of a maximum amount of $200,000,000 to provide funding to provinces and territories through the Affordable Housing Initiative for the construction of housing units for low-income seniors.

Department(s) specific:

  • 091 - Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (Crown Corporation)
A47
Citizenship and Immigration Canada
A471
Fees returned in connection with a terminated application

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Budget Implementation Act 2012, Section 707 which amends the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act) provides for, under certain circumstances, the return of fees paid in relation to an application, by a foreign national for a permanent resident visa as a member of the prescribed class of federal skilled workers, that was made before February 27, 2008.

Department(s) specific:

  • 050 - Citizenship and Immigration (Department of)
A472
Fees returned in connection with a terminated application in investor and entrepreneur classes

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Budget Implementation Act 2014, Section 303 which amends the Immigration and Refugee Protection Act) provides for the return of fees paid in relation to an application, by a foreign national for a permanent resident visa as a member of the prescribed class of investors or of entrepreneurs if, before February 11, 2014, it has not been established by an officer, in accordance with the regulations, whether the applicant meets the selection criteria and other requirements applicable to the class in question.

Department(s) specific:

  • 050 - Citizenship and Immigration (Department of)
A5
Revolving funds
A50
Agriculture
A501
Canadian Grain Commission revolving fund

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Treasury Board 1995 approval) provides for expenditures for purposes of operating the Canadian Grain Revolving Fund and the authority to spend revenue received. The aggregate of expenditures may not exceed, at any one time, more than $2,000,000. Provisions of the Revolving Funds Act indicate that the act may be amended/repealed by an Appropriation Act and as such, the legislative basis of this statutory expenditure authority was Appropriation Act #4 1994-95.

Department(s) specific:

  • 133 - Canadian Grain Commission
A502
Canadian Pari-Mutuel Agency revolving fund

Description:

The legislative basis for this statutory expenditure authority is the Revolving Funds Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
A51
Canadian Heritage
A513
National film board revolving fund

Description:

The legislative basis for this statutory expenditure authority is the Revolving Funds Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 039 - National Film Board
A53
Industry
A531
Canadian intellectual property office revolving fund

Description:

Provisions of the Revolving Funds Act indicate that the act may be amended/repealed by an Appropriation Act and as such, the legislative basis of this statutory expenditure authority was Appropriation Act #3 1993-94.

Department(s) specific:

  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
A54
Natural Resources
A541
Geomatics Canada revolving fund

Description:

Provisions of the Revolving Funds Act indicate that the act may be amended/repealed by an Appropriation Act and as such, the legislative basis of this statutory expenditure authority was Appropriation Act #3 1993-94.

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
A56
Public Works and Government Services
A561
Real property services revolving fund

Description:

The legislative basis for this statutory expenditure authority is the Revolving Funds Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 127 - Public Works and Government Services (Department of)
A564
Optional services revolving fund

Description:

The legislative basis for this statutory expenditure authority is the Revolving Funds Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 127 - Public Works and Government Services (Department of)
A568
Translation bureau revolving fund

Description:

Provisions of the Revolving Funds Act indicate that the act may be amended/repealed by an Appropriation Act and as such, the legislative basis of this statutory expenditure authority was Appropriation Act #4 1994-95.

Department(s) specific:

  • 127 - Public Works and Government Services (Department of)
A569
Defence production revolving fund

Description:

The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Defence Production Act, R.S., 1985, c. D-1, Section 15.

Department(s) specific:

  • 127 - Public Works and Government Services (Department of)
A58
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
A581
CORCAN revolving fund

Description:

Provisions of the Revolving Funds Act indicate that the act may be amended/repealed by an Appropriation Act and as such, the legislative basis of this statutory expenditure authority was Appropriation Act #4 1991-92.

Department(s) specific:

  • 053 - Correctional Service of Canada
A59
Citizenship and Immigration (Department of)
A521
Passport office revolving fund

Description:

The legislative basis for this statutory expenditure authority is the Revolving Funds Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 050 - Citizenship and Immigration (Department of)
A6
Superannuation and related accounts
A60
Canadian Heritage
A601
Payments under the Lieutenant- Governors Superannuation Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Lieutenant-Governors Superannuation Act) provides for payments of superannuation benefits to former Lieutenant Governors.

Department(s) specific:

  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
A602
Supplementary Retirement Benefits - Former lieutenant-governors

Description:

This statutory authority provides for payments of supplementary retirement benefits to former Lieutenant Governors. The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Lieutenant Governor Superannuation Act R.S.C. 1985 c. L-8.

Department(s) specific:

  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
A61
Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
A611
Payments under the Diplomatic Service (Special) Superannuation Act

Description:

This statutory authority provides for superannuation benefits to senior appointees that served outside Canada and are covered by the Diplomatic Service (Special) Superannuation Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
A62
Governor General
A621
Annuities payable under the Governor General's Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Governor General's Act) provides for payments of retiring annuities superannuation benefits to former Governor's Generals or their spouses.

Department(s) specific:

  • 008 - Office of the Governor General's Secretary
A63
Employment and Social Development Canada
A632
Civil Service Insurance actuarial liability adjustments

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Civil Service Insurance Act, Regulations, Section 16(3)) provides for expenditures that adjust the actuarial liability for the Civil Service Insurance Fund.

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A633
Actuarial liability adjustments - Government annuities account

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Government Annuities Act, Section 15(2)) provides for expenditures that adjust the actuarial liability for the Government Annuities Account.

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
A65
National Defence
A653
Pensions and annuities paid to civilians

Description:

This statutory authority provides for expenditures related to dependants of certain members of the Royal Canadian Air Force killed while serving as instructors under the British Commonwealth Air Training Plan (Appropriation Act # 4, 1968).

Department(s) specific:

  • 018 - National Defence (Department of)
A654
Payments under the Supplementary Retirement Benefits Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Supplementary Retirement Benefits Act)provides supplementary retirement benefits for certain persons in receipt of pensions payable out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 018 - National Defence (Department of)
A655
Payments under parts I - IV of the Defence Services Pension Continuation Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to R.S., 1970 c. D-3) provides for the payment of pensions to certain persons enrolled as members of the Regular Forces before the 1st day of April 1946

Department(s) specific:

  • 018 - National Defence (Department of)
A67
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
A671
Pensions and other employee benefits - Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)

Description:

This statutory authority provides for expenditures related to the government's contribution towards pensions and other benefits for members of the RCMP force. The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Canadian Forces Superannuation Act, R.S.C., 1985, c. C-17 and the Defence Services Pension Continuation Act, R.S.C., 1970, c. D-3.

Department(s) specific:

  • 030 - Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  • 163 - Shared Services Canada
A672
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) - Earlier Superannuation Acts

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Royal Canadian Mounted Police Pension Continuation Act) provides for expenditures related to pensions.

Department(s) specific:

  • 030 - Royal Canadian Mounted Police
A68
Treasury Board
A681
Payments under earlier Superannuation Acts

Description:

The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Public Service Pension Adjustment Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 056 - Treasury Board Secretariat
A682
Contributions to the retirement compensation account

Description:

The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is Regulations #2, pursuant to the Special Retirement Arrangements Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 056 - Treasury Board Secretariat
A683
Payments for the pay equity settlement

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Crown Liability and Proceedings Act) provides for expenditures related to the public service pay equity settlement which was a Tribunal Order under the Canadian Human Rights Act that was made a Federal Court Orders.

Department(s) specific:

  • 056 - Treasury Board Secretariat
A684
Payments under the Public Service Pension Adjustment Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Public Service Pension Adjustment Act) provides for expenditures to adjust certain public service pensions where the annual rate of the pension payable to a recipient does not exceed a specified annual rate.

Department(s) specific:

  • 056 - Treasury Board Secretariat
A69
Veterans Affairs
A691
Veterans insurance actuarial liability adjustment

Description:

This statutory (pursuant to the Veterans' Insurance Act) authority provides for expenditures that adjust the actuarial liability for the Veterans Insurance Fund to which all moneys received and all moneys paid shall be charged. The final date on which application for this insurance (i.e., veterans of World War II) could have been received, was October 31, 1968.

Department(s) specific:

  • 021 - Veterans Affairs (Department of)
A692
Returned Soldiers Insurance actuarial liability adjustment

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Returned Soldiers' Insurance Act) provides for expenditures that adjust the actuarial liability for the Returned Soldiers Insurance Fund to which all moneys received and all moneys paid shall be charged. The final date on which application for this insurance could have been received, was August 31, 1933.

Department(s) specific:

  • 021 - Veterans Affairs (Department of)
A7
Interest and other costs related to public debt
A70
Finance - Interest on unmatured debt and other public debt costs

Description:

Details of the Public debt charges are in the Financial Reporting Accounts (FRA).
A701
Interest on unmatured debt and other public debt costs

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Financial Administration Act, Part IV, Sections 54 and 55) provides for payments of interest and other costs or expenses incurred relevant to the Public Debt.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A702
Interest on other liabilities

Description:

This statutory authority provides for payments of interest to the various pension plans (such as the Public service Superannuation Account, the Canadian Forces Superannuation Account, The Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superannuation Account, the members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Account, the Supplementary Retirement Benefits Account) and other accounts.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A8
Other statutory amounts
A81
Canadian Heritage
A811
Payment to the Canadian museum of immigration at pier 21

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to The Museums Act) provides for the payment of a maximum amount of $15 million to the Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21.

Department(s) specific:

  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
A82
Finance
A821
Purchase of domestic coinage

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Royal Canadian Mint Act, Section 7.(3)) provides for payments for the production, storage and shipping of the coins of the currency of Canada.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A822
Losses on premium, and discount

Description:

The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Currency Act and Bretton Woods and Related Agreements Acts, R.S., 1985, c. B-7.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A823
Payment of liabilities previously recorded as revenue

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Financial Administration Act, Sections 20.(3)) provides for payments of outstanding cheques (equal or over 10 years old) that have previously been removed and credited to other revenue.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A824
Payments to depositors under Financial Institution Depositors Compensation Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Financial Institution Depositors Compensation Act, Sections 3-8) provides for payments as compensation to depositors of the Canadian Commercial Bank (CCB), the CCB Mortgage Investment Corporation and the Northland Bank in respect of uninsured deposits, providing the application for the payment is received prior to April 1, 1986.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A825
Payments under section 17 of the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institution Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institution Act, Sections 16-17) provides for payments to defray the expenses for the operations of the Office and authority to expend assessment revenue received which may at any one time not exceed $40 million.

Department(s) specific:

  • 011 - Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions
A826
Payments to foreign claims fund

Description:

The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Appropriation Act #9, 1966.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A827
Payments under section 13 of the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the of the Financial Consumer Agency of Canada Act, Section 13) provides for payments to defray the costs of its operation through the spending of assessments and other revenue received; or an appropriation Act provides otherwise; or subject to terms and conditions by the Minister of Finance money may be advanced out of CRF.

Department(s) specific:

  • 141 - Financial Consumer Agency of Canada
A828
Payments to the Canada Infrastructure Bank

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Budget Implementation Act, 2017, No. 1, Section 403) provides for payments not to exceed $35,000,000,000 to the Canada Infrastructure Bank.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
A83
Export development Canada
A832
Export development Canada - Administration charges per section 23 of the Export Development Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Export Development Act, Section 23 (5)) provides for the reimbursement of Export Development Canada expenses and overhead arising from their administration of the Canada Account.

Department(s) specific:

  • 123 - Export Development Canada (Crown Corporation)
A85
Indian affairs and Northern Development
A852
Payments on loan guarantees made to Indians for housing and economic development

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Indian Act) provides for the payments to Lenders on submission of application for defaulted Indian Housing and Economic Development loans which are secured by a loan guarantee. Where a Lender claim has been paid by the department, the Lender will have given the Minister an absolute assignment of its rights under the Loan Agreement.

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
A853
Payments to comprehensive claim beneficiaries in compensation for resource royalties

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Comprehensive Land Claim Settlement Acts) provides for resource revenue-sharing payments to be made to aboriginal organizations designated to receive these payments (agreements are required in cases where Aboriginal title (traditional use and occupancy of land) had not been dealt with by treaty or by other legal methods).

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
A87
Justice
A872
Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs: Judges salaries, allowances and annuities

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Judges Act) provides for payments related to judges salaries and allowances, payments of annuities to the judges and their families, and lump sum payments to spouses of judges who die while in Office.

Department(s) specific:

  • 051 - Office of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs
A875
Supreme Court - Judges salaries, allowances and annuities

Department(s) specific:

  • 080 - Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada
A88
Health
A803
Canadian Food Inspection Agency - Compensation payments for the Health of Animals Act and the Plant Protection Act

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Regulations under the Health of Animals Act and the Plant Protection Act, and authorized pursuant to the Canadian Food Inspection Agency Act) provides for compensation payments related to the health of animals and the protection of plants.

Department(s) specific:

  • 136 - Canadian Food Inspection Agency
A90
Parliament
A901
Officers and members of the Senate - Salaries, allowances and other payments

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Parliament of Canada Act) provides for expenditures related to the Salaries, allowances and other payments to Members of the Senate as well as contributions to the Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Account, and Members of Parliament Retirement Compensation Arrangements Account.

Department(s) specific:

  • 009 - Senate
A902
Members of the House of Commons - Salaries and allowances

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Parliament of Canada Act) provides for expenditures related to the Salaries, allowances and other payments to Members of the House of Commons as well as contributions to the Members of Parliament Retiring Allowances Account, and Members of Parliament Retirement Compensation Arrangements Account.

Department(s) specific:

  • 067 - House of Commons
A91
Privy Council
A911
Salary of the chief electoral officer

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Canada Elections Act, Section 15.(2)) provides for expenditures related to the Salary of the Chief Electoral Officer.

Department(s) specific:

  • 015 - Office of the Chief Electoral Officer
A912
Electoral expenditures

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the Canada Elections Act and the Referendum Act) provides for expenditures to prepare and conduct a federal general election, by-election or referendum; to administer the political financing provisions of the Canada Elections Act; to monitor compliance with and enforce electoral legislation; to carry out investigations into allegations that would amount to offences under the Canada Elections Act; to conduct voter education and information programs; to carry out studies on alternative voting methods and, with the approval of parliamentarians, to test online voting processes for future use during electoral events.

Department(s) specific:

  • 015 - Office of the Chief Electoral Officer
A913
Expenditures under the Electoral Boundaries Readjustment Act

Description:

This statutory authority provides for expenditures to support the independent commissions in charge of adjusting the boundaries of federal electoral districts, and salaries and other expenditures of the commissions.

Department(s) specific:

  • 015 - Office of the Chief Electoral Officer
A92
Receiver General
A922
Provision for valuation

Description:

The legislative basis of the statutory expenditure authority is the Financial Administration Act, Section 63.

Department(s) specific:

  • 097 - Receiver General
A93
Veterans Affairs
A931
Re-establishment credits under section 8, and repayments under section 15 of the War Service Grants Act of compensating adjustments made in accordance with the terms of the Veterans' Land Act

Description:

This statutory authority provides for expenditures to provide for re-establishment credits and repayments in accordance with the War Service Grants Act and for compensating adjustments in accordance with the Veterans' Land Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 021 - Veterans Affairs (Department of)
B
Non-Statutory expenditures

Description:

Non-statutory expenditures are those vote authorities that Parliament approves annually through an appropriation Act. Once approved, the vote wording attributable to each vote become the governing conditions under which expenditures may be made. The listed authority codes are to be used (as appropriate) for coding non-statutory expenditures.
B1
Standard
B11
Program expenditures or operating expenditures vote-All departments
B119
Program expenditures or operating expenditures vote - Reorganization

Note(s):

  • A department must obtain the approval from the Receiver General before using this code.
B11A
Program expenditures or operating expenditures vote

Description:

This non-statutory program or operating expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for expenditures (includes operating and also, capital or grants and contributions, if for a program, neither element equals or exceeds $5 million (see authority code B14A and B15A)). The Estimates Vote structure corresponds, in that there is usually only one Vote for each departmental program. Departments should select only one code sequence, either B11A or B12A and use it exclusively.

Note(s):

  • Most departments and agencies are to substitute the letter A by a zero (0). However, in rare cases, where a department or agency has more than one operating vote, or another department or agency is allowed to function within a host departmental financial system and the accounting is included in the host department's Central Financial Management and Reporting System (CFMRS) trial balance, the A would be substituted sequentially by 1 for the first vote/organization and by 2 for the second vote/organization, etc.
B12
Program expenditures or operating expenditures vote-All departments
B129
Program expenditures or operating expenditures vote - Reorganisation

Note(s):

  • A department must obtain the approval from the Receiver General before using this code.
B12A
Program expenditures or operating expenditures vote

Description:

This non-statutory program or operating expenditures vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for expenditures (includes operating and also, capital or grants and contributions, if for a program, one of the elements equals or exceeds $5 million (see authority code B14A and B15A)). The Estimates Vote structure corresponds, in that there is usually only one Vote for each departmental program. Departments should select only one code sequence, either B11A or B12A and use it exclusively.

Note(s):

  • Most departments and agencies are to substitute the letter A by a zero (0). However, in rare cases, where a department or agency has more than one operating vote, or another department or agency is allowed to function within a host departmental financial system and the accounting is included in the host department's Central Financial Management and Reporting System (CFMRS) trial balance, the A would be substituted sequentially by 1 for the first vote/organization and by 2 for the second vote/organization, etc.
B13
Revenue credited to the vote-Authorized departments
B138
Revenue credited to the vote (credited to the capital vote for the program)

Description:

This non-statutory capital expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an appropriation Act) provides for the respending of revenue credited to vote from external and internal sources in accordance with the particular Parliamentary authority.

Department(s) specific:

  • 163 - Shared Services Canada
B139
Revenue Credited to the Vote (Credited to the Program or Operating Vote for the Program) - Reorganisation

Note(s):

  • A department must obtain the approval from the Receiver General before using this code.
B13A
Revenue credited to the vote (credited to the program or operating vote for the program)

Description:

This non-statutory program or operating expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an appropriation Act) provides for the respending of revenue credited to vote from external and internal sources in accordance with the particular Parliamentary authority.

Note(s):

  • Most departments and agencies are to substitute the letter A by a zero (0). However, in rare cases, where a department or agency has more than one operating vote, or another department or agency is allowed to function within a host departmental financial system and the accounting is included in the host department's Central Financial Management and Reporting System (CFMRS) trial balance, the A would be substituted sequentially by 1 for the first vote/organization and by 2 for the second vote/organization, etc.
B14
Capital vote-Authorized departments
B149
Capital vote - Reorganisation

Note(s):

  • A department must obtain the approval from the Receiver General before using this code.
B14A
Capital vote

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure capital vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) that provides for capital expenditures (i.e., a program where capital equals or exceeds $5 million).

Note(s):

  • Most departments and agencies are to substitute the letter A by a zero (0). However, in rare cases, where a department or agency has more than one operating vote, or another department or agency is allowed to function within a host departmental financial system and the accounting is included in the host department's Central Financial Management and Reporting System (CFMRS) trial balance, the A would be substituted sequentially by 1 for the first vote/organization and by 2 for the second vote/organization, etc.
B15
Grants and contributions-Authorized departments
B156
Grants and contributions - Efficient Transportation system

Department(s) specific:

  • 034 - Transport (Department of)
B157
Grants and contributions - Green and Innovative Transportation System

Department(s) specific:

  • 034 - Transport (Department of)
B158
Grants and contributions - Safe and Secure Transportation System

Department(s) specific:

  • 034 - Transport (Department of)
B159
Grants and contribution vote - Reorganisation

Note(s):

  • A department must obtain the approval from the Receiver General before using this code.
B15A
Grants and contribution vote

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure grants and contributions vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for grants and contribution expenditures (i.e., a program where grants and contributions equals or exceeds $5 million).

Note(s):

  • Most departments and agencies are to substitute the letter A by a zero (0). However, in rare cases, where a department or agency has more than one operating vote, or another department or agency is allowed to function within a host departmental financial system and the accounting is included in the host department's Central Financial Management and Reporting System (CFMRS) trial balance, the A would be substituted sequentially by 1 for the first vote/organization and by 2 for the second vote/organization, etc.
B16
Other appropriations
B161
Debt write-offs

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an appropriation Act) provides for the recording of the write off of debts, obligations or claims as specified in Section 25.(2) of the Financial Administration Act.
B162
Forgiveness of debts

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an appropriation Act or any other Act of Parliament) provides for the recording of the forgiveness of debts, obligations or claims as specified in Section 24.1 of the Financial Administration Act.
B163
Subsidy Paid to Revolving funds

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for a subsidy to a revolving fund. This authority code is used where the subsidy is provided by a separate vote.
B2
Appropriations to Crown corporations

Description:

If a ministry has Crown corporations for which it is reporting expenses, the last two digits specified under B2 should be used to distinguish between the votes to each Crown corporation, as well as each of the votes shown for the same Crown corporation.
B20
Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
B202
Payments to Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for operating expenditures

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for payments to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for operating expenditures. The payments of appropriated funds must follow the requirements of the Treasury Board Directive on the Use of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for Crown Corporations.

Department(s) specific:

  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
B204
Payments to Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for capital expenditures

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for payments to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for capital expenditures. The payments of appropriated funds must follow the requirements of the Treasury Board Directive on the Use of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for Crown Corporations.

Department(s) specific:

  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
B206
Payments to Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for working capital

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for payments to the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation for working capital. The payments of appropriated funds must follow the requirements of the Treasury Board Directive on the Use of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for Crown Corporations.

Department(s) specific:

  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
B21
National capital commission
B212
Payments to National capital commission for operating expenditures

Department(s) specific:

  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
B214
Payments to National capital commission for capital expenditures

Department(s) specific:

  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
B22
Payments to museums
B221
National Gallery of Canada for operating and capital expenditures

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for payments to the National Gallery of Canada to be used for operating and capital expenditures. The payments of appropriated funds must follow the requirements of the Treasury Board Directive on the Use of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for Crown Corporations.

Department(s) specific:

  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
B222
National Gallery of Canada for the purchase of objects for the collection

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for payments to the National Gallery for purchases of objects of art. The payments of appropriated funds must follow the requirements of the Treasury Board Directive on the Use of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for Crown Corporations.

Department(s) specific:

  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
B223
Canadian Museum of History for operating and capital expenditures

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for payments to the Canadian Museum of History to be used for operating and capital expenditures. The payments of appropriated funds must follow the requirements of the Treasury Board Directive on the Use of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for Crown Corporations.

Department(s) specific:

  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
B224
Canadian Museum of Nature for operating and capital expenditures

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for payments to the Canadian Museum of Nature to be used for operating and capital expenditures. The payments of appropriated funds must follow the requirements of the Treasury Board Directive on the Use of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for Crown Corporations.

Department(s) specific:

  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
B225
National Museum of Science and Technology for operating and capital expenditures

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for payments to the National Museum of Science and Technology to be used for operating and capital expenditures. The payments of appropriated funds must follow the requirements of the Treasury Board Directive on the Use of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for Crown Corporations.

Department(s) specific:

  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
B226
Canadian Museum for Human Rights - Operating and capital expenditures

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for payments to the Canadian Museum for Human Rights to be used for operating and capital expenditures. The payments of appropriated funds must follow the requirements of the Treasury Board Directive on the Use of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for Crown Corporations.

Department(s) specific:

  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
B227
Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 for operating and capital expenditures

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for payments to Canadian Museum of Immigration at Pier 21 to be used for operating and capital expenditures. The payments of appropriated funds must follow the requirements of the Treasury Board Directive on the Use of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for Crown Corporations.

Department(s) specific:

  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
B23
Payments for cultural purposes
B231
TELEFILM Canada

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for payments to Telefilm Canada. The payments of appropriated funds must follow the requirements of the Treasury Board Directive on the Use of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for Crown Corporations.

Department(s) specific:

  • 037 - Telefilm Canada
B232
National Arts Centre Corporation

Department(s) specific:

  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
B234
Canada council for the arts

Department(s) specific:

  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
B24
Payments for transportation purposes
B241
Marine Atlantic Inc.

Department(s) specific:

  • 034 - Transport (Department of)
B242
VIA Rail Canada Inc.

Department(s) specific:

  • 034 - Transport (Department of)
B243
The Jacques-Cartier and Champlain Bridges Inc.

Department(s) specific:

  • 142 - Office of Infrastructure of Canada
B244
Canadian Air Transport Security Authority

Department(s) specific:

  • 034 - Transport (Department of)
B245
Payments to The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited

Description:

Payments to The Federal Bridge Corporation Limited to replace the deteriorating North Channel span of the Seaway International Bridge and related infrastructure improvements.

Department(s) specific:

  • 034 - Transport (Department of)
B246
The Windsor-Detroit Bridge Authority

Department(s) specific:

  • 142 - Office of Infrastructure of Canada
B25
Payments for industry or regional development purposes
B251
Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation

Department(s) specific:

  • 023 - Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency
B254
Standards council of Canada

Department(s) specific:

  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
B255
Canadian dairy commission

Department(s) specific:

  • 134 - Canadian Dairy Commission
B256
Atomic Energy of Canada Limited

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for payments to the Atomic Energy of Canada Limited for operating and capital expenditures. The payments of appropriated funds must follow the requirements of the Treasury Board Directive on the Use of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for Crown Corporations.

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
B257
Canadian tourism commission

Department(s) specific:

  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
B26
Payments to other Crown corporations
B260
Payments to the First Nations Statistical Institute

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
B261
Old Port of Montreal Corporation Inc.

Department(s) specific:

  • 127 - Public Works and Government Services (Department of)
B263
Payments to Canada Post Corporation for special purposes

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for payments to the Canada Post Corporation for services provided at rates free of postage (Parliamentary free mail and literature for the blind) and transitional support of the implementation the Canada Post Corporation Pension Plan(s). The payments of appropriated funds must follow the requirements of the Treasury Board Directive on the Use of the Consolidated Revenue Fund for Crown Corporations.

Department(s) specific:

  • 127 - Public Works and Government Services (Department of)
B264
Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation

Department(s) specific:

  • 091 - Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation (Crown Corporation)
B267
Canadian wheat board

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to subsection 7(3) of the Canadian Wheat Board Act provides for payment to the Canadian Wheat Board for losses sustained in the 2002-2003 wheat pool.

Department(s) specific:

  • 056 - Treasury Board Secretariat
B268
Payments to PPP Canada Inc. for operations and program delivery

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for payments to PPP Canada Inc. for operations and program delivery.

Department(s) specific:

  • 142 - Office of Infrastructure of Canada
B269
Payments to PPP Canada Inc. for P3 fund investments

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for payments to PPP Canada Inc. for P3 Fund investments.

Department(s) specific:

  • 142 - Office of Infrastructure of Canada
B27
Payments for Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development purposes
B271
Canadian Commercial Corporation

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
B272
International Development Research Centre

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
B3
Specific appropriated accounts
B31
Special departmental appropriations or accounts
B312
National film board revolving fund - Operating loss

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for funding of the National Film Board Revolving Fund operating loss.

Department(s) specific:

  • 039 - National Film Board
B313
Investors' indemnity account

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for funding to the Investor's Indemnity Account (Financial Administration Act, section 57).

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
B314
Payments to new parks and historic sites account

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for funding to the New Parks and Historic Sites Account (Parks Canada Agency Act).

Department(s) specific:

  • 124 - Parks Canada Agency
B316
Payments to territorial governments

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for transfer payments to the Territorial Governments.
B317
Federal - provincial transfers - Manitoba

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for payment to the Government of Manitoba pursuant to an agreement between the Government of Manitoba and the Government of Canada relating to the settlement between Manitoba and Canada regarding Manitoba's equalization entitlements for the fiscal year commencing April 1,2000, and all prior fiscal years.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
B318
Locally engaged staff benefit programs

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for payments in respect of pension, insurance and social security programs or other arrangements for employees locally engaged outside of Canada, or in respect of the administration of such programs or arrangements.

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
B32
Centrally provided appropriations (Treasury Board votes)
B321
Public service insurance

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for payments in respect of insurance, pension or benefit programs or other arrangements, in respect of the public service, or any part thereof and for such other persons. The appropriation also has a respendable component.

Department(s) specific:

  • 056 - Treasury Board Secretariat
B322
Government contingencies vote (T.b. vote 5)

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) provides for items such as salary shortfalls and temporary transfers to departments for interim financing.

Department(s) specific:

  • 056 - Treasury Board Secretariat
B323
Provision for valuation

Department(s) specific:

  • 056 - Treasury Board Secretariat
B325
Government-wide initiatives

Department(s) specific:

  • 056 - Treasury Board Secretariat
B326
Compensation adjustments

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure vote authority (pursuant to an Appropriation Act) is used to supplement other appropriations that may need to be partially or fully funded, as a result of adjustments made to terms and conditions of service or employment of the federal public administration, including members of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police and the Canadian Forces, Governor in Council appointees and Crown corporations as defined in section 83 of the Financial Administration Act.

Department(s) specific:

  • 056 - Treasury Board Secretariat
B4
Suspense accounts
B41
Other government departments (OGD) suspense
B410
Other government departments (OGD) suspense - Authorities transferred from another department

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure authority code is used by a spending department to identify funding advanced from a funding department (through an administrative arrangement that facilitates the handling of miscellaneous transactions). The spending department will undertake expenditures against this authority code and will report the charges to the funding department in order for the funding department to account and adjust the advance. At year end there should be a nil balance for authority code B410.
B42
Interdepartmental Settlement Suspense accounts
B420
Interdepartmental Settlement Suspense accounts

Description:

This non-statutory expenditure authority code is used by a department to identify temporarily, IS transactions raised against them that are included in the SPS-IS return/notification for which the code in the recipient department identifier field or the recipient organization code field is not recognizable. Once the final accounting is determined, amounts are cleared and transferred to the relevant codes. At year end there should be a nil balance for authority code B420.FRA code 21615 is to be used with this authority code.
^12
Revenue
C
Tax revenue

Description:

Tax revenue are levied as a result of various legislation and the listed authority codes are to be used (as appropriate) for coding tax revenue.
C1
Income tax

Description:

The Income Tax Act and Regulations thereto (including international tax sharing agreements) provide for the levy of a tax on the income of individuals, trusts and corporations; including international and non-residents (subject to certain deductions, allowances, and credits).
C11
Income taxes
C111
Collections, less refunds and transfers

Department(s) specific:

  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
C112
Interest and penalties

Department(s) specific:

  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
C113
Child tax benefit and credit

Department(s) specific:

  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
C115
Other Transfers under the Income tax Act for individuals

Department(s) specific:

  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
C116
Other Transfers under the Income tax Act for industry

Department(s) specific:

  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
C2
Excise tax

Description:

The Excise Act and the Excise Tax Act provide for the levy of taxes on products or transactions. These taxes can be classified into two categories by their structures (i.e., ad valorem (a fixed percentage) or specific (a fixed dollar amount)).
C21
Goods and services tax (including the harmonized sales tax)
C211
Net collections (after deducting input tax credits and refunds)

Department(s) specific:

  • 038 - Canada Border Services Agency - (Administered Activities)
  • 085 - Canada Border Services Agency
  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
C212
Interest and penalties

Department(s) specific:

  • 038 - Canada Border Services Agency - (Administered Activities)
  • 085 - Canada Border Services Agency
  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
C213
Rebates

Department(s) specific:

  • 085 - Canada Border Services Agency
  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
C214
Credits to persons

Department(s) specific:

  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
C22
Other Excise taxes
C221
Sales tax

Department(s) specific:

  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
C222
Excise tax on Gasoline

Department(s) specific:

  • 038 - Canada Border Services Agency - (Administered Activities)
  • 085 - Canada Border Services Agency
  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
C223
Other energy taxes

Department(s) specific:

  • 038 - Canada Border Services Agency - (Administered Activities)
  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
C224
Other Excise taxes

Department(s) specific:

  • 038 - Canada Border Services Agency - (Administered Activities)
  • 085 - Canada Border Services Agency
  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
C225
Interest and penalties

Department(s) specific:

  • 038 - Canada Border Services Agency - (Administered Activities)
  • 085 - Canada Border Services Agency
  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
C3
Customs act

Description:

The Customs Tariff provides for the levy of duties on the importation of goods.
C31
Customs import duties
C311
Customs import duties

Department(s) specific:

  • 038 - Canada Border Services Agency - (Administered Activities)
  • 085 - Canada Border Services Agency
C312
Interest and penalties

Department(s) specific:

  • 038 - Canada Border Services Agency - (Administered Activities)
  • 085 - Canada Border Services Agency
C4
Other taxes
C41
Other taxes
C411
Air travellers security charge

Description:

This Canada Revenue Agency authority (pursuant to the Air Travellers Security Charge Act) provides for a air travellers security charge to be payable by purchasers of air travel that will be collected by registered air carriers or their agents at the time of sale. The Act also provides for interest and penalties to be levied.

Department(s) specific:

  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
C413
Softwood lumber export charge

Description:

This Canada Revenue Agency authority is established pursuant to the Softwood Lumber Products Export Charge Act, 2006. It provides for a charge on the export of softwood lumber products to the United States and also provides for interest and penalties to be levied.

Department(s) specific:

  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
C414
Softwood lumber charge on refunds of duty deposits

Description:

This Canada Revenue Agency authority is established pursuant to the Softwood Lumber Products Export Charge Act, 2006. It provides for a charge on the duty deposit refund received by specified persons which is payable to Her Majesty.

Department(s) specific:

  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
C419
Miscellaneous

Department(s) specific:

  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
D
Other revenue
D1
Return On Investments
D11
Bank of Canada
D111
Bank of Canada

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
D12
Crown corporations
D121
Enterprise Crown corporations
D122
Other Crown corporations
D13
Exchange fund and accounts
D131
Exchange fund account

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
D132
International Monetary Fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
D133
Premiums, discounts and exchange

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
D14
Other accounts
D141
Interest on bank deposits
D142
Agreement acts with other national governments
D143
Loans with developing countries

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
  • 123 - Export Development Canada (Crown Corporation)
D144
Agreements with provincial and territorial governments

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
D145
Non - budgetary accounts
D149
Other Return On Investments
D2
User charges

Note(s):

  • The breakdown of the codes to be used for user charges is the same for all departments.
D21
User charges

Description:

The user charges revenue authority codes identify the basis under which departments charge for the provision of products or services and includes goods, regulatory and optional services, information products, use of public facilities and rights and privileges (licences, permits, patents, copyrights, etc.,). In setting user charges departments should consult the Treasury Board's Policy on Service Standards for External Fees and the Guide to Establishing the Level of a Cost-Based User Fee or Regulatory Charge. Note: For departments or agencies that have authority to credit revenue to the vote; there is a need to record the receipt of money through an additional adjusting entry to credit an expenditure authority. When money is received the credit should be to the accounts receivable and if the receipt qualifies for credit to a vote the following additional entries are required : ( DT - FRA 42761 Respendable Revenue Clearing , authority code F218 and object 7099, and credit the following authorities A5** or B130). Other than the authority code the remaining government wide coding fields are neutral (i.e. debit and credit to the same account or code).

Note(s):

  • In their departmental systems, departments will need to note the statutes under which all their user charges are made and collected.
D211
User charges Emanating from a Department's Enabling Statute

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the legislation under which a department or agency is established) provides the authority to levy the fees and charges for user charges. User charges are reported when the transactions or events that give rise to the revenue occur.
D212
User charges Emanating from a Program Specific Statute

Description:

This statutory authority (pursuant to the legislation specific to programs administered by a department or agency) provides the authority to levy the fees and charges. User charges are reported when the transactions or events that give rise to the revenue occur.
D213
User charges emanating from section 19 of the Financial Administration Act

Description:

Revenue for user charges where the authority to levy fees and charges for use of facilities or for rights and privileges that exist in Section 19 of the Financial Administration Act. User charges are reported when the transactions or events that give rise to the revenue occur.
D214
User charges Emanating from Contracts

Description:

Revenue for user charges where the authority to levy fees and charges originates from a Minister's authority to contract within their general areas of responsibility. User charges are reported when the transactions or events that give rise to the revenue occur.
D215
User charges for internal support services

Description:

Description:
Revenue for user charges arising from the provision of Internal Support Services Section 29.2 of the Financial Administration Act. User charges are reported when the transactions or events that give rise to the revenue occur. This authority should only be used with object 462X.
D22
User charges

Description:

For the description, please refer to D21.

Note(s):

  • In their departmental systems, departments will need to note the statutes under which all their user charges are made and collected.
D221
User charges Emanating from a Department's Enabling Statute

Description:

For the description, please refer to authority code D211.
D222
User charges Emanating from a Program Specific Statutes

Description:

For the description, please refer to the authority code D212.
D223
User charges emanating from section 19 of the Financial Administration Act

Description:

For the description, please refer to the authority code D213.
D3
Other revenue
D31
Special authorities
D311
Refunds of previous years expenditures

Description:

This needs to be a separate statutory revenue authority, even though it will be netted to expenses under accrual accounting (using the Financial Reporting Accounts)
D312
Adjustments of previous years accounts payable (PAYE)
D313
Recovery of transition payments - Pay in arrears

Department(s) specific:

  • 079 - Payroll System General Ledger
D314
Recovery of salary overpayment, receivable transferred from OGD
D32
Restricted spending authorities
D321
Proceeds from disposal of moveable surplus Crown assets
D34
Other revenue Authorities
D341
Gifts to the crown
D342
Sale of bullion and coinage

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
D343
Gains on foreign exchange
D344
Miscellaneous Revenue Received from Crown corporations
D345
Proceeds from disposal of real property
D349
Other revenue
^13
Non-appropriated amounts
F
Non - appropriated amounts

Description:

Codes in Section F identify differences between the time certain transactions are recorded for appropriation purposes and the time the same transactions are recorded for financial reporting purposes. These codes have been included to help departments reconcile their financial reporting accounts with their appropriations.
F1
Expenditures not being charged to appropriations at the same time
F11
Expenditures not being charged to appropriations at the same time
F111
Amortization expenses for capital assets
F112
Inventory charged to program expenses
F113
Re - allocation of suspense activity accounts

Description:

Net amount within each department should always equal zero.
F114
Capital lease

Description:

This code is used on both sides of the accrual entry that serves to record the capital lease as an asset and as an obligation.
F115
Travellers cheques issued as advances on a subsequent date
F116
Advances accounted for on a later date

Note(s):

  • Not to be used for travellers cheques issued on a consignment basis.
F119
Other amounts to be charged to program expenses
F12
Expenditures not being charged to appropriations at the same time
F120
Expenses related to the increase in the carrying amount of an asset restoration liability due to the passage of time
F121
Allowances set up for vacation pay
F122
Allowances set up for bad debt expenses
F123
Refunds of program expenditures
F124
Allowances set up for severance pay
F125
Allowances set up for compensatory leave
F126
Notes to international financial institutions

Department(s) specific:

  • 011 - Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions
F127
Expenses related to remediation liabilities
F128
Expenses for claims and pending and threatened litigation
F129
Other amounts to be charged later
F130
Issuance of notes to international financial organizations

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
F15
Other expenses
F151
Discounted portion of expenses being recovered
F152
Reallocation of expenditures

Description:

This code is used for the reallocation of expenditures for accounting purposes. This includes the transfer of costs from a work in progress asset account to a capital asset account.
F153
Potentially collectible amounts for Canada Student Loans
F154
Expenses related to loan guarantee
F156
Expenses to record allowance for valuation of loans, investments and advances
F157
Reallocation of capital expenditures

Description:

This code is used on both sides of the accounting entry that serves to reallocate the expenditures from the Expense Accounts to the Asset Accounts.
F158
Expenses related to provisions devolved to departments, not elsewhere specified
F159
Other expenses not being Charged to Appropriations at the Same Time
F2
Revenue not being credited to appropriations or other authorities at the same time
F21
Revenue earned which will be credited to an appropriation
F210
Revenue earned which will be credited to an appropriation later

Note(s):

  • Not to be used for travellers cheques issued on a consignment basis.
F218
Contra offset for revenue credited to votes

Description:

This non-appropriated authority code is to be used by departments for adjusting entries (debit side F218 and credit side Axxx or Bxxx authority) to record the receipt of money that qualifies as revenue credited to the vote (i.e., the department has vote netting authority).
F22
Revenue previously used
F221
Amortization of revenue which was previously used to purchase an asset
F25
Other revenue
F251
Amortization of discounts
F259
Other revenue not being Credited to Appropriations or Other Authorities at the Same Time
F3
Non - appropriated amounts Added to or Deducted from Asset Balances
F31
Amounts previously charged to appropriations
F311
Increases (Decreases) to accumulated amortization of capital assets
F312
Reductions from (Increases to) inventory balances
F313
Reductions from prepaid expense balances
F319
Reductions from (Increases to) balances of other assets
F32
Amounts to be credited to appropriations later
F322
Unamortized discount on Loans, Investments and Advances (including repayable contributions)
F323
Unamortized discount on receivables
F329
Amounts to be credited to appropriations later

Description:

Not to be used to record amounts for revenue credited to the vote. (See D21 for the codes to be used.) Specific items to be recorded in this code to be determined.
F35
Other
F351
Write - off of capital assets
F352
Doubtful accounts for Canada Student Loans

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
F359
Other Non - appropriated amounts Added to or Deducted from Asset Balances
F4
Non - appropriated amounts Added to or Deducted from Liability Balances
F41
Liabilities increased (Decreased) before amounts are charged to appropriations
F411
Changes to allowances for vacation pay
F412
Changes to allowances for doubtful accounts and valuation
F413
Charges to accruals for severance pay
F414
Charges to accruals for compensatory leave
F419
Charges to other accruals and allowances
F45
Other
F450
Other Non - appropriated amounts Added to or Deducted from Liability Balances
F99
Other
F963
Other non - appropriated amounts - Central adjustment

Description:

To record TBS central provision for valuation of other transfer payments and other expenses.

Department(s) specific:

  • 097 - Receiver General
F964
Other non - appropriated amounts - CC central adjustment

Description:

To record TBS provision and Consolidation of Crown corporations.
F965
Other non - appropriated amounts - MFSO central adjustment
F999
Non - appropriated amounts
^14
Statutory consolidated specified purpose account
K
Statutory consolidated specified purpose account
K1
Major accounts
K11
Employment Insurance operating account
K111
Employment Insurance operating account

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
  • 097 - Receiver General
^2
Non-budgetary
^21
Loan and advance accounts
G
Statutory loan and advances
G1
Standard

Description:

The codes in G1 should be used for any applicable accounts (or votes) for all departments. In the CFMRS, there should be totals only for each department, as applicable, with additional details being kept in departmental systems.
G11
Goods and services tax (GST) related authorities for departmental purchases from external suppliers (including HST)
G111
Goods and Services Tax (GST) refundable advance account

Description:

This statutory advance authority code (pursuant to Finance Vote L29G, Appropriation Act #2 1967 and Supply and Services Vote 15B) is used by departments to record all GST and HST payable on purchases of goods and services from external parties. Department are to transfer, by Interdepartmental Settlement the balance of the GST Refundable Advance to CCRA, in order for CCRA to prepare the necessary Tax Remission Order.
G112
Goods and services tax (GST) government tax remission order

Description:

G112 is the CCRA statutory authority code (pursuant to P.C. 1990-2854) that permits the remission of tax (paid or payable by a department) as represented by the GST refundable advance amount transferred to CCRA.

Department(s) specific:

  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
G113
Quebec Sales tax (QST) Refundable Advance Account

Description:

This statutory advance authority code is used by departments to record all QST payable on purchases of goods and services in Quebec from external parties.
G12
Loans, Investments and Advances to Crown corporations
G121
Payments for Investments in Enterprise Crown corporations
G122
Payments for Loans and Advances to Enterprise Crown corporations
G123
Payments for Investments in Consolidated Crown corporations
G124
Payments for Loans to Consolidated Crown corporations
G13
Loans and advances to provinces and territories
G131
Payments under federal - provincial fiscal agreements

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
G132
Payments under Atlantic Provinces Power Development Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
G133
Payments under the Municipal Development and Loan Board Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
G134
Payments to Ontario and Prince Edward Island

Description:

This statutory authority pursuant to Budget Implementation Act, 2011, Section 28, which amends the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act, provides payment to Ontario for $150,365,000 and Prince Edward Island for $1,089,000. These payments are to be recovered in equal amounts from the fiscal equalization payments or any other payments under the Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements Act to that province for each of the fiscal years in the period beginning on April 1, 2012 and ending on March 31, 2022.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
G139
Other payments to provinces and territories
G14
Loans and advances to national governments
G141
Payments under the Export Credits Insurance Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
G143
Payments under the Visiting Forces (North Atlantic Treaty) Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 018 - National Defence (Department of)
G144
Payments under Export Development Act (non - concessional)

Department(s) specific:

  • 123 - Export Development Canada (Crown Corporation)
G145
Payments under Export Development Act (concessional)

Department(s) specific:

  • 123 - Export Development Canada (Crown Corporation)
G146
Payments under Bretton Woods and Related Agreements Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
G15
Loans, investments and advances to international organizations
G151
Payments under Bretton Woods and Related Agreements Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
G152
Payments under International Development (Financial Institutions) Assistance Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
G153
Payments and encashment of notes issued to the European Bank for reconstruction and development agreement - Capital subscriptions

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
G155
Investment contributions pursuant to section 3 of the Canada Fund for Africa Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
G156
Payments pursuant to the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank Agreement Act—Initial subscription

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
G159
Payments to the International Monetary Fund

Description:

Payments under section 46 of the Financial Administration Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
G16
Investments and loans and advances to joint and mixed enterprises
G162
Payment of shares under The Public Sector Pension Investment Board Act

Description:

Purchase of shares in the Public Service Public Investment Board.

Department(s) specific:

  • 056 - Treasury Board Secretariat
G163
Payment of shares under The Canada Pension Plan Investment Board Act

Description:

Purchase of shares in the Canada Pension Plan Investment Board.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
G169
Payments for loans and advances under statutes of the Government of Canada
G17
Loans and advances to consolidated specified purpose accounts
G170
Loans and advances to consolidated specified purpose accounts

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
G18
Other loans and advances
G180
Loans disbursed under the Canada Student Financial Assistance Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
G181
Loans disbursed under the Apprentice Loans Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
G2
Specific

Description:

Each of these accounts are applicable to the applicable department or agency within the relevant ministry only.
G21
Citizenship and Immigration
G211
Immigration loans for transportation and assistance

Department(s) specific:

  • 050 - Citizenship and Immigration (Department of)
G22
Finance
G221
Investors in Canadian commercial bank

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
G222
International Monetary Fund poverty reduction and growth facility

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
G223
Loans pursuant to the Canada Deposit Insurance Corporation Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
G224
Advances to Financial Consumer Agency of Canada

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
G225
Canadian secured credit facility

Description:

Payments under section 60.2 of the Financial Administration Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
G226
Collateral deposits related to currency swaps

Description:

This statutory authority code (pursuant to section 55 of the Financial Administration Act) is used to record cash held in trust in financial institutions when the Government of Canada is required to post collateral deposit related to currency swaps.

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
G23
Human Resources and Skills Development
G231
Provincial workers compensation boards

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
G24
Public Works and Government Services
G241
Seized property working capital account

Department(s) specific:

  • 127 - Public Works and Government Services (Department of)
G26
Veterans Affairs
G261
Veterans Land Act fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 021 - Veterans Affairs (Department of)
G29
Other ministries
G299
Other loans and advances
G3
Allowances for valuation
G31
Valuation of assets and liabilities
G310
Allowance for valuation
H
Non - statutory loan votes
H1
Standard

Description:

The codes in H1 should be used for any applicable accounts (or votes) by all departments. In the Central Financial Management Reporting System (CFMRS), there should be totals only for each department, as applicable, with additional details being kept in departmental systems.
H12
Loans, Investments and Advances to Crown corporations
H121
Payments for Investments in Enterprise Crown corporations
H122
Payments for Loans and Advances to Enterprise Crown corporations
H123
Payments for Investments in Consolidated Crown corporations
H124
Payments for Loans and Advances to Consolidated Crown corporations
H125
Repayments from Enterprise and Consolidated Crown corporations
H13
Loans to provinces and territories
H131
Payments for Loans to provinces and territories
H135
Repayments of all Loans to provinces and territories
H14
Loans to national governments
H141
Payments for Loans to national governments

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
H142
Payments for loans to developing countries

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
H145
Repayments of all loans to national government and developing countries

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
H16
Loans, investments and advances to international organizations
H161
Payments of notes to international financial organizations - Capital subscription

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
H162
Payments for loans to international financial institutions

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
  • 056 - Treasury Board Secretariat
H163
Payments for advances to multilateral organizations

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
  • 056 - Treasury Board Secretariat
H165
Repayments from international organizations

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
  • 056 - Treasury Board Secretariat
H168
Issuance Payment of Notes to international financial institutions Fund Accounts (Advances/Funds)

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
  • 056 - Treasury Board Secretariat
H17
Loans to joint and mixed enterprises
H171
Payments to joint and mixed enterprises
H173
Payments of investment contributions pursuant to section 3 of the Canada Fund for Africa Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
H174
Repayments investment contributions pursuant to section 3 of the Canada Fund for Africa Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
H18
Loans and advances to employees
H181
Payments for standing advances to employees

Description:

Except for National Defense and Department of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (DFATD), these payments are made under the authority of the Public Works and Government Services Canada (PWGSC) loan vote.
H182
Payments for accountable temporary advances

Description:

For example trip advances at year-end.
H19
Miscellaneous advances
H191
Miscellaneous advances
H2
Specific

Description:

Each of these accounts are applicable to the relevant department or agency within the ministry specified only.
H20
Agriculture
H201
Construction of multi - purpose exhibition buildings

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
H21
Canadian Heritage
H211
Loans to institutions and public authorities under the Cultural Property Export and Import Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
H22
Fisheries and Oceans
H221
Haddock fishermen

Department(s) specific:

  • 086 - Fisheries and Oceans (Department of)
H229
Other

Department(s) specific:

  • 086 - Fisheries and Oceans (Department of)
H23
Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
H231
Development of export trade

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
H232
Working capital advance for loans and advances to personnel working or engaged abroad

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
H233
Working capital advance for advances to posts abroad

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
H24
Indian affairs
H241
Yukon Energy Corporation

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
H242
Council for Yukon First Nations

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
H243
Indian Economic Development Fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
H244
Loans to Native claimants

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
H245
Loans to First Nations in British Columbia

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
H249
Other

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
H25
Industry
H251
Manufacturing and service industries

Department(s) specific:

  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
H254
Payments pursuant to subsection 14(2) of the Department of Industry Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
H256
Loans pursuant to paragraph 14(1)(a) of the Department of Industry Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
H26
National Defence
H261
Canadian Forces housing

Department(s) specific:

  • 018 - National Defence (Department of)
H262
Working capital advance

Department(s) specific:

  • 018 - National Defence (Department of)
H263
Milit-Air pilot training

Department(s) specific:

  • 018 - National Defence (Department of)
H27
Natural Resources
H271
Nordion International

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
H28
Transport
H281
St. John harbour bridge

Department(s) specific:

  • 034 - Transport (Department of)
H282
St. Lawrence Seaway Management Corporation

Department(s) specific:

  • 034 - Transport (Department of)
H29
Other
H291
Loans to individuals under supervision and parolees

Department(s) specific:

  • 053 - Correctional Service of Canada
H30
Office of Infrastructure of Canada
H301
Investment in contributed surplus of Parc Downsview Park Inc. for the purpose of allowing the completion of the transfer of lands from National Defence to Parc Downsview Park Inc.

Department(s) specific:

  • 142 - Office of Infrastructure of Canada
^22
Consolidated specified purpose accounts
L
Statutory consolidated specified purpose accounts
L1
Major accounts
L11
Employment Insurance account
L112
Advances to Employment Insurance account

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
  • 097 - Receiver General
L113
Employment Insurance operating account

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
  • 097 - Receiver General
L13
Crop Re - insurance Fund
L131
Crop Re - insurance Fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
L132
Advances to Crop Re - insurance Fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
L14
Agricultural commodities stabilization account
L141
Agricultural commodities stabilization account

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
L2
Other consolidated specified purpose accounts
L21
Insurance accounts
L211
Ship - source Oil Pollution Fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 034 - Transport (Department of)
L212
Investors' indemnity account
L213
Health insurance supplementary account

Department(s) specific:

  • 022 - Health (Department of)
L214
Nuclear liability reinsurance account

Department(s) specific:

  • 047 - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
L215
Fund for railway accidents involving designated goods

Department(s) specific:

  • 034 - Transport (Department of)
L219
Other Insurance accounts
L22
Other specified purpose accounts
L220
Endowment for Sciences and Engineering Research

Department(s) specific:

  • 027 - Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council
L222
Environmental damages fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 007 - Environment (Department of the)
L223
Department of Indian affairs and Northern Development (DIAND) - Environmental Studies Research

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
L224
Seized property proceeds account

Department(s) specific:

  • 127 - Public Works and Government Services (Department of)
L225
New parks and historic sites account

Department(s) specific:

  • 124 - Parks Canada Agency
L226
The National Battlefields Commission - Trust Fund Account

Department(s) specific:

  • 102 - The National Battlefields Commission
L227
Supplementary fish fines account

Department(s) specific:

  • 086 - Fisheries and Oceans (Department of)
L228
Fines for the transportation of dangerous goods

Department(s) specific:

  • 007 - Environment (Department of the)
  • 034 - Transport (Department of)
L229
Other
L231
Natural Resources - Environmental Studies Research Fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
L232
Mackenzie king trust account

Department(s) specific:

  • 124 - Parks Canada Agency
L233
Supplementary Fines Account - Species at Risk Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 086 - Fisheries and Oceans (Department of)
M
Non - statutory consolidated specified purpose accounts

Note(s):

  • Any Specified Purpose Account set up in accordance with a specific statute or other requirement must be recorded in the accounts in departmental systems to meet the specified reporting requirements. To assist in the transition to the revised reporting requirements for Specified Purpose Accounts (SPAs), all SPA's are being listed in the L, M, N and P codes in the CFMRS. In particular the SPA's are in codes L2, M1, N3, N5 to N8 and P2 to P8.
M1
Consolidated specified purpose accounts
M11
Insurance accounts
M119
Other Insurance accounts
M12
Other specified purpose accounts
M121
Canadian commercial bank and northland bank holdback account

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
M123
H.L. Holmes Fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 035 - National Research Council of Canada
M124
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council - Queen's Fellowship Fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 063 - Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
M129
Other accounts
^23
Other specified purpose accounts
N
Statutory Other specified purpose accounts

Note(s):

  • Any Specified Purpose Account set up in accordance with a specific statute or other requirement must be recorded in the accounts in departmental systems to meet the specified reporting requirements. To assist in the transition to the revised reporting requirements for Specified Purpose Accounts (SPAs), all SPA's are being listed in the L, M, N and P codes in the CFMRS. In particular the SPA's are in codes L2, M1, N3, N5 to N8 and P2 to P8.
N1
Superannuation accounts
N11
Public Service Superannuation Act
N111
Public Service Superannuation Account

Department(s) specific:

  • 087 - Public Service Superannuation
N112
Public service death benefit account

Department(s) specific:

  • 079 - Payroll System General Ledger
  • 087 - Public Service Superannuation
N115
Public service pension fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 079 - Payroll System General Ledger
  • 087 - Public Service Superannuation
N12
Canadian Forces Superannuation Act
N121
Canadian Forces Superannuation Account

Department(s) specific:

  • 018 - National Defence (Department of)
N122
Regular forces death benefit account

Department(s) specific:

  • 018 - National Defence (Department of)
N125
Canadian Forces pension fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 018 - National Defence (Department of)
N126
Reserve force pension fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 018 - National Defence (Department of)
N13
Royal Canadian Mounted Police Superannuation Act
N131
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) superannuation account

Department(s) specific:

  • 030 - Royal Canadian Mounted Police
N133
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) dependents pension fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 030 - Royal Canadian Mounted Police
N135
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) pension fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 030 - Royal Canadian Mounted Police
N14
Members of Parliament Retirement Allowance Act
N141
Members of Parliament retirement accounts

Department(s) specific:

  • 009 - Senate
  • 067 - House of Commons
N142
Members of Parliament Retirement Compensation Arrangements Account

Department(s) specific:

  • 009 - Senate
  • 067 - House of Commons
N15
Supplementary Retirement Benefits (SRB) Act
N151
Supplementary Retirement Benefit Account - Judges

Department(s) specific:

  • 051 - Office of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs
  • 080 - Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada
N152
Supplementary Retirement Benefit Account - Parliament

Department(s) specific:

  • 009 - Senate
N153
Supplementary Retirement Benefit Account - Diplomatic services (DSSSA)

Department(s) specific:

  • 087 - Public Service Superannuation
N154
Supplementary Retirement Benefit Account - Lieutenant Governor accounts (LGSA)

Department(s) specific:

  • 079 - Payroll System General Ledger
  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
N155
Supplementary Retirement Benefit Account - RCMP Continuation Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 030 - Royal Canadian Mounted Police
  • 079 - Payroll System General Ledger
N156
Supplementary Retirement Benefit Account - Defense Services Pension Continuation Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 018 - National Defence (Department of)
N16
Special Retirement Arrangements Act
N161
Retirement Compensation Arrangements (RCA) no. 1 - Public servants
N162
Retirement Compensation Arrangements (RCA) Regulations, No. 1 - National Defence

Department(s) specific:

  • 018 - National Defence (Department of)
N163
Retirement Compensation Arrangements (RCA) Regulations, No. 1 - Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)

Department(s) specific:

  • 030 - Royal Canadian Mounted Police
N164
Retirement Compensation Arrangements (RCA) no. 2 - Public servants

Department(s) specific:

  • 087 - Public Service Superannuation
N19
Other Superannuation Acts
N191
Other Superannuation accounts

Department(s) specific:

  • 056 - Treasury Board Secretariat
  • 079 - Payroll System General Ledger
N2
Other Pension and Insurance accounts
N21
Canada Pension Plan
N210
Canada Pension Plan account

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
N211
Additional Canada Pension Plan account

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
N22
Government annuities account
N220
Government annuities account

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
N23
Insurance accounts
N231
Civil service insurance fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
N232
Returned soldiers insurance fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 021 - Veterans Affairs (Department of)
N233
Veterans insurance fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 021 - Veterans Affairs (Department of)
N24
Other pension accounts
N241
Annuities agents' pension account

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
N242
Treasury Board: Locally engaged contributory pension account

Department(s) specific:

  • 056 - Treasury Board Secretariat
N243
DFATD: Locally engaged contributory pension account

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
N3
Deposit accounts
N30
Agriculture
N301
Canadian dairy commission Account

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
  • 134 - Canadian Dairy Commission
N304
Producer payment protection claim account

Department(s) specific:

  • 133 - Canadian Grain Commission
N31
Canada border services agency
N310
General security deposits

Department(s) specific:

  • 085 - Canada Border Services Agency
N311
Immigration guarantee fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 085 - Canada Border Services Agency
N33
Human Resources and Skills Development
N331
Canada Labour Code - Other

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
N332
Canada Labour Code - Wage recovery appeals

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
N34
Indian affairs and Northern Development
N341
Guarantee Deposits - Indian affairs and Northern Development

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
N342
Guarantee Deposits - Oil and Gas - Indian affairs and Northern Development

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
N343
Guarantee deposits - Reserve resources

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
N35
Industry
N351
Trustee performance securities - Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
N36
Justice
N361
Security for costs - Supreme Court of Canada

Department(s) specific:

  • 080 - Registrar of the Supreme Court of Canada
N37
Canada Revenue Agency
N371
Guarantee deposits - National Revenue

Department(s) specific:

  • 038 - Canada Border Services Agency - (Administered Activities)
  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
  • 130 - Canada Revenue Agency
N372
Temporary deposits received from importers

Department(s) specific:

  • 038 - Canada Border Services Agency - (Administered Activities)
  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
  • 130 - Canada Revenue Agency
N373
Deposits/Disbursements - Workers Compensation Board

Department(s) specific:

  • 122 - Canada Revenue Agency - (Administered Activities)
  • 130 - Canada Revenue Agency
N38
Natural Resources
N381
Guarantee deposits - Oil and gas - Natural Resources

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
N39
Privy Council
N391
Candidates' and committees' deposits - Election and referendum

Department(s) specific:

  • 015 - Office of the Chief Electoral Officer
N3A
Public Works and Government Services
N3A1
Seized property cash

Department(s) specific:

  • 127 - Public Works and Government Services (Department of)
N3B
National Energy Board
N3B1
Guarantee deposits — Pipeline abandonment

Department(s) specific:

  • 074 - National Energy Board
N3C
Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
N3C1
Guarantee deposits - Licences

Department(s) specific:

  • 047 - Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
N4
Provincial and other tax collection agreement accounts
N41
Provincial tax collection agreement accounts
N411
Personal Income tax

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
N412
Corporate Income tax

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
N413
Harmonized Sales tax

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
N414
Excise Taxes and Duties

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
N42
First Nation tax collection agreement accounts
N421
Excise taxes

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
N422
First Nation goods and services tax (FNGST)

Description:

In accordance with an administration agreement (pursuant to the First Nations Goods and Services Tax Act) entered into by the Government of Canada with the authorized body of a first nation, the Minister of Finance may pay to the first nation out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund:
  1. amounts determined in accordance with the agreement as provided and at such times as are specified in the agreement and
  2. in accordance with the agreement advances in respect of the amounts referred to in paragraph (a)

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
N5
Trust accounts
N51
Indian and northern affairs
N511
Indian band funds - Capital accounts

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
N512
Indian estate accounts

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
N513
Indian savings accounts

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
N515
Indian Moneys Suspense accounts

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
N516
Indian special accounts

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
N517
Fines - Indian Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
N518
Indian band funds - Shares and certificates

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
N519
Indian band funds - Revenue accounts

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
N52
National Defence
N521
Estates - Armed services

Department(s) specific:

  • 018 - National Defence (Department of)
N53
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
N531
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) benefit trust fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 030 - Royal Canadian Mounted Police
N54
Veterans Affairs
N541
Veterans Administered Trust accounts

Department(s) specific:

  • 021 - Veterans Affairs (Department of)
N59
Other ministries
N599
Other trust funds set up under various acts
N6
Donations, endowment interest and prepayment accounts
N61
Endowment interest
N611
Endowment interest - Mackenzie king trust account

Department(s) specific:

  • 124 - Parks Canada Agency
N612
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council—Endowment interest

Department(s) specific:

  • 027 - Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council
N62
Donations and bequests
N621
Canadian Institutes of Health Research - Donations for research

Department(s) specific:

  • 061 - Canadian Institutes of Health Research
N622
Canadian Institutes of Health Research - Endowment interest

Department(s) specific:

  • 061 - Canadian Institutes of Health Research
N625
Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety - Donations

Department(s) specific:

  • 100 - Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
N626
Library and archives of Canada account

Department(s) specific:

  • 145 - Library and Archives of Canada
N627
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council—Donations for research

Department(s) specific:

  • 027 - Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council
N7
Other specified purpose accounts
N70
Agriculture
N702
Net income stabilization account

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
N703
AgriInvest Program

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
N71
Canadian Heritage
N712
Telefilm Canada - Advance Account

Department(s) specific:

  • 037 - Telefilm Canada
N73
Finance
N731
Common school funds - Ontario and Québec

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
N732
Foreign claims fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
N74
Fisheries and Oceans
N741
Sales of seized assets

Department(s) specific:

  • 086 - Fisheries and Oceans (Department of)
N77
Employment and Social Development Canada
N771
Labour Standards Suspense Account

Description:

This is the "Labour Standards Suspense Account" under the Canada Labour Standards Regulations.

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
N8
Other specified purpose accounts
N80
Industry
N801
Income from securities in trust - Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
N802
Securities in trust - Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
N803
Unclaimed dividends and undistributed assets - Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
N804
Unclaimed dividends and undistributed assets - Canada Business Corporations Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
N805
Unclaimed dividends and undistributed assets - Winding - up Act

Department(s) specific:

  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
N807
Trust funds - Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council

Department(s) specific:

  • 027 - Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council
N81
Citizenship and Immigration
N811
Immigrant investor program

Department(s) specific:

  • 050 - Citizenship and Immigration (Department of)
N812
Immigration investor venture capital

Department(s) specific:

  • 050 - Citizenship and Immigration (Department of)
N84
Natural Resources
N841
Market development and incentive payments - Alberta

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
N86
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
N861
Seized assets - Canadian funds

Department(s) specific:

  • 030 - Royal Canadian Mounted Police
N89
Other ministries
N899
Other Specific Accounts in Other ministries or Other Authorities Not Specified Above
P
Non - Statutory Other specified purpose accounts

Note(s):

  • Any Specified Purpose Account set up in accordance with a specific statute or other requirement must be recorded in the accounts in departmental systems to meet the specified reporting requirements. To assist in the transition to the revised reporting requirements for Specified Purpose Accounts (SPAs), all SPA's are being listed in the L, M, N and P codes in the CFMRS. In particular the SPA's are in codes L2, M1, N3, N5 to N8 and P2 to P8.
P1
Superannuation accounts
P11
Pension Liabilities Under Other Superannuation accounts
P111
Judges Act - Pension liability

Department(s) specific:

  • 051 - Office of the Commissioner for Federal Judicial Affairs
P112
Lieutenant Governors Superannuation Act (LGSA) - Liability

Department(s) specific:

  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
P113
Diplomatic Service (Special) Superannuation Act (DSSSA) liability

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
P114
Defence Service Pension Continuation Act - Liability

Department(s) specific:

  • 018 - National Defence (Department of)
P115
Royal Canadian Mounted Police Continuation Act liability

Department(s) specific:

  • 030 - Royal Canadian Mounted Police
P119
Other pension liabilities
P12
Allowance for pension adjustments
P121
Allowance for pension adjustments - General Accounts
P122
Allowance for pension adjustments - Retirement Compensation Arrangements (RCA) Accounts
P123
Allowance for pension adjustments - Supplementary Retirements Benefit Accounts (SRBA)
P129
Allowance for pension adjustments - Other accounts
P2
Other Pension and Insurance accounts
P23
Other Pension and Insurance accounts
P231
Other Insurance accounts
P3
Deposit accounts
P32
Finance
P321
Canadair holdback - Canada Development Investment Corporation

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
P323
Hibernia abandonment fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
P324
SWAPs collateral deposit

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
P34
Indian and northern affairs
P341
Field British Columbia and Yukon operations of the Northern Canada Power Commission

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
P36
Justice
P361
Security for costs - Tax Court of Canada

Department(s) specific:

  • 144 - Courts Administration Service
P37
Public Works and Government Services
P371
Contractor security deposits

Department(s) specific:

  • 127 - Public Works and Government Services (Department of)
P39
Other ministries
P399
Other
P4
Donations, endowment interest and prepayment accounts
P41
Endowment interests
P411
Endowment interest - H.L. Holmes Fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 035 - National Research Council of Canada
P412
Endowment interest - Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council: Queen's Fellowship Fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 063 - Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
P42
Donations, gifts and bequests
P423
Endangered species - Donations

Department(s) specific:

  • 007 - Environment (Department of the)
P424
Rideau Hall donations

Department(s) specific:

  • 008 - Office of the Governor General's Secretary
P426
Prime Ministers awards
P427
Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council - Trust Fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 063 - Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council
P428
Corporate sponsorships and donations
P430
Crown corporation trusts - Donations
P431
Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP) pipe band

Department(s) specific:

  • 030 - Royal Canadian Mounted Police
P432
Sponsorship agreement - Contributions
P433
Mounted police foundation

Department(s) specific:

  • 030 - Royal Canadian Mounted Police
P439
Donations, gifts and bequests

Description:

This specified purpose account authority code is to be used by departments to record contributions of donations, gifts and bequests where the funds received are for a specified purpose. Unrestricted donations, gifts and donations should not be set up as a specified purpose account, but should be recognized as revenue in the accounting period in which the funds are received. Donations, gifts and bequests are to be managed in compliance with the Treasury Board Directive on Specified Purpose Accounts. Details on the government-wide accounting entries for donations, gifts and bequests are available in the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat FIS Accounting Manual, sub-section 9.1.3. Note: Departments (where applicable) are to continue to use the specific authority codes already created under the authority P42 Donations Gifts and Bequests.
P49
Prepayments
P491
Funds from non - government organizations
P5
Trust accounts
P51
Finance
P511
Insurance company liquidation accounts (OSFI)

Department(s) specific:

  • 011 - Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions
P52
Human Resources and Skills Development
P521
Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement - Common experience payments

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
P53
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
P531
Scholastic awards

Department(s) specific:

  • 095 - Canadian Security Intelligence Service
P532
Inmates trust fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 053 - Correctional Service of Canada
P54
Veterans Affairs
P541
Veterans estate funds

Department(s) specific:

  • 021 - Veterans Affairs (Department of)
P542
Veterans administration and welfare trust fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 021 - Veterans Affairs (Department of)
P59
Other ministries
P599
Other
P7
Other specified purpose accounts
P70
Agriculture
P703
Shared-cost agreements - Agriculture and Agri-food

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
P706
Federal/provincial collaborative agreement - Dam transfer

Department(s) specific:

  • 001 - Agriculture and Agri-Food (Department of)
P71
Canadian Heritage
P711
Miscellaneous projects deposits

Department(s) specific:

  • 124 - Parks Canada Agency
  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
P712
Shared-cost agreements - Conferences and training - Canadian Heritage

Department(s) specific:

  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
P713
Shared-cost/Joint project agreements - Canadian Heritage

Department(s) specific:

  • 135 - Canadian Heritage (Department of)
P72
Environment
P721
Miscellaneous projects deposits - Environment

Department(s) specific:

  • 007 - Environment (Department of the)
P73
Finance
P731
War Claims Fund - World War II

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
P74
Fisheries and Oceans
P741
Federal/provincial cost-sharing agreements

Department(s) specific:

  • 086 - Fisheries and Oceans (Department of)
P742
Miscellaneous projects deposits - Fisheries and Oceans

Department(s) specific:

  • 086 - Fisheries and Oceans (Department of)
P75
Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
P751
Canada foundation account

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
P752
Financial assistance to Canadians abroad

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
P755
Shared-cost projects - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
P756
Shared-cost projects - International conferences - Moneys received as prepayment for services from non-governmental organizations

Department(s) specific:

  • 005 - Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development (Department of)
P76
Health
P704
Shared cost - Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA)

Department(s) specific:

  • 136 - Canadian Food Inspection Agency
P762
Collaborative research projects

Department(s) specific:

  • 022 - Health (Department of)
  • 148 - Public Health Agency of Canada
P763
Miscellaneous federal/Provincial projects - Health

Department(s) specific:

  • 022 - Health (Department of)
  • 148 - Public Health Agency of Canada
P764
Pan American Health Organization - SIREVA

Department(s) specific:

  • 022 - Health (Department of)
P765
World Health Organization

Department(s) specific:

  • 022 - Health (Department of)
P77
Employment and Social Development Canada
P772
Federal/Provincial shared-cost project - Human resources development

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
P773
Federal/provincial shared-cost project - Interprovincial Computerized Examination Management System (ICEMS)

Department(s) specific:

  • 014 - Employment and Social Development (Department of)
P776
Shared cost agreements

Description:

This Specified Purpose Account is to be used to record funds received in advance from private sector organizations or other levels of government for shared costs agreements and to record the spending of the funds in the context of these agreements.

Department(s) specific:

  • 100 - Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety
P78
Indian and northern affairs
P786
Treaty land entitlement (Saskatchewan) fund

Department(s) specific:

  • 042 - Indian Affairs and Northern Development (Department of)
P8
Non Statutory Other specified purpose accounts
P80
Industry
P801
Canada/Provinces business services centre

Department(s) specific:

  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
P804
Shared-cost/Joint project agreements - Research

Department(s) specific:

  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
P805
Shared-cost projects - Industry

Department(s) specific:

  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
P806
Petro-Canada Entreprises - Unclaimed shares

Department(s) specific:

  • 033 - Industry (Department of)
P807
Federal/provincial agreement - Advance Account

Department(s) specific:

  • 023 - Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency
P808
Federal/provincial collaborative agreement in partnership with the tourism industry

Department(s) specific:

  • 023 - Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency
P811
RADARSAT - Canadian Space Agency

Department(s) specific:

  • 119 - Canadian Space Agency
P814
Project deposits - Statistics Canada

Department(s) specific:

  • 054 - Statistics Canada
P82
Justice
P821
Federal court special account

Department(s) specific:

  • 144 - Courts Administration Service
P83
National Defence
P831
Funds from foreign governments to cover their share of expenses under joint agreements - DND

Department(s) specific:

  • 018 - National Defence (Department of)
P832
Non-government agencies

Department(s) specific:

  • 018 - National Defence (Department of)
P833
Funds from North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) to cover their share of infrastructure projects under joint agreements

Department(s) specific:

  • 018 - National Defence (Department of)
P835
Joint research and development projects

Department(s) specific:

  • 018 - National Defence (Department of)
P837
Funds from foreign governments to cover their share of expenses under joint agreements - CSE

Department(s) specific:

  • 165 - Communications Security Establishment
P84
Natural Resources
P844
Newfoundland offshore revenue account

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
P845
Nova Scotia Offshore Revenue Account

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
P846
Shared cost agreement - Geological Survey of Canada

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
P847
Shared cost project

Department(s) specific:

  • 041 - Natural Resources (Department of)
P85
Public Works and Government Services
P853
Military purchases excess funds deposit

Department(s) specific:

  • 097 - Receiver General
P86
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
P862
Joint research and development project - Royal Canadian Mounted Police (RCMP)

Department(s) specific:

  • 030 - Royal Canadian Mounted Police
P88
Veterans Affairs
P881
Shared cost project - Permanent Visitor Education Centre of the Canadian National Vimy Memorial

Department(s) specific:

  • 021 - Veterans Affairs (Department of)
P89
Other ministries
P891
Privy Council Office - Shared cost projects - Travel expenses - Moneys received as pre-payment for services from non-governmental organizations
P893
Cost-sharing agreements and other collaborative agreements

Description:

This specified purpose account authority code is to be used by departments to record transactions in connection with collaborative arrangements, such as cost-sharing, joint projects or partnership arrangements where funds are received in advance from external parties. Departments are accountable to those that provided the funds, so detailed accounting records, by specific obligation, must be maintained within their Departmental Financial Management System. The arrangements are to be consistent with the scope of departmental authorities and must comply with the Treasury Board Directive on Specified Purpose Accounts. Details on the government-wide accounting entries for a cost-sharing and joint project agreement is available in the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat FIS Accounting Manual sub-section 9.1.4. Note: Departments (where applicable) are to continue to use the specific authority codes already created under the N7 N8 P7 or P8 Other specified purpose accounts groups.
P899
Other
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Other assets and liabilities
R
Other assets and liabilities
R3
All Other assets and liabilities

Description:

Accounts would include Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable, Miscellaneous pay deductions, Allowances for valuation of assets and liabilities and any other assets and liabilities, not specifically defined in G to P.
R30
All other assets and liabilities-All departments
R300
Total (or net, as applicable) amounts of all other assets and of all other liabilities
R7
Foreign exchange accounts

Description:

All details required are to be kept in departmental systems only.
R70
Foreign exchange accounts-Finance
R700
Total amounts only

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
R8
Unmatured debt
R80
Finance
R800
Unmatured debt

Department(s) specific:

  • 079 - Payroll System General Ledger
  • 087 - Public Service Superannuation
  • 097 - Receiver General
R801
Total amounts only

Department(s) specific:

  • 006 - Finance (Department of)
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