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First Session, Forty-second Parliament,
64-65-66 Elizabeth II, 2015-2016-2017
STATUTES OF CANADA 2017
CHAPTER 17
An Act for granting to Her Majesty certain sums of money for the federal public administration for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2018
ASSENTED TO
June 22, 2017
BILL C-53


SUMMARY
This enactment grants the sum of $72,025,032,187.‍56 towards defraying charges and expenses of the federal public administration for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2018 that are not otherwise provided for.
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64-65-66 Elizabeth II
CHAPTER 17
An Act for granting to Her Majesty certain sums of money for the federal public administration for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2018
[Assented to 22nd June, 2017]
MOST GRACIOUS SOVEREIGN,
Preamble
Whereas it appears by message from His Excellency the Right Honourable David Johnston, Governor General and Commander-in-Chief of Canada, and the Estimates accompanying that message, that the sums mentioned below are required to defray certain expenses of the federal public administration, not otherwise provided for, for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2018, and for other purposes connected with the federal public administration;
May it therefore please Your Majesty, that it may be enacted, and be it enacted by the Queen’s Most Excellent Majesty, by and with the advice and consent of the Senate and House of Commons of Canada, that:
Short title
1This Act may be cited as the Appropriation Act No. 2, 201718.
$72,025,032,187.‍56 granted for 201718
2There may be paid out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund a sum not exceeding in the aggregate $72,025,032,187.‍56 towards defraying the various charges and expenses of the federal public administration for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2018, not otherwise provided for, which is the total of the following amounts:
(a)$67,463,262,899.‍31, which is the total of the amounts of the items set out in the Proposed Schedule 1 set out in the Annex to the Main Estimates for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2018 and in Schedule 1 to this Act less the total of the interim appropriations granted on account of those items by Appropriation Act No. 1, 201718, and
(b)$4,561,769,288.‍25, which is the total of the amounts of the items set out in the Proposed Schedule 2 set out in the Annex to those Estimates and in Schedule 2 to this Act less the total of the interim appropriations granted on account of those items by Appropriation Act No. 1, 201718.
Purpose of each item
3(1)The amount authorized by this Act to be paid in respect of an item may be paid only for the purposes, and subject to any terms and conditions, specified in the item.
Effective date
(2)The provisions of each item set out in Schedules 1 and 2 are deemed to have effect as of April 1, 2017.
Commitments
4(1)Where an item in the Estimates referred to in section 2 confers authority to enter into commitments up to an amount stated in those Estimates or increases the amount up to which commitments may be entered into under any other Act, or where a commitment is to be entered into under subsection (2), the commitment may be entered into in accordance with the terms of that item or in accordance with that subsection if the amount of the commitment proposed to be entered into, together with all previous commitments entered into in accordance with this section or under that other Act, does not exceed the total amount of the commitment authority stated in that item or calculated in accordance with that subsection.
Commitment limits — revenue-spending authority
(2)Where an item in the Estimates referred to in section 2 or a provision of any Act confers authority to spend revenues, commitments may be entered into in accordance with the terms of that item or provision up to an amount equal to the aggregate of
(a)the amount, if any, appropriated in respect of that item or provision, and
(b)whichever is greater: the amount of revenues actually received or the amount of the estimated revenues set out in those Estimates for that item or in respect of that provision.
Adjustments in accounts of Canada — Schedule 1
5An appropriation that is granted by this Act or any other Act and referred to in Schedule 1 may be charged after the end of the fiscal year for which the appropriation is granted at any time before the day on which the Public Accounts for that fiscal year are tabled in Parliament, for the purpose of making adjustments in the accounts of Canada for that fiscal year that do not require payments out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
Adjustments in accounts of Canada — Schedule 2
6(1)An appropriation that is granted by this Act or any other Act and referred to in Schedule 2 may be charged after the end of the fiscal year following the fiscal year for which the appropriation is granted at any time before the day on which the Public Accounts for that second fiscal year are tabled in Parliament, for the purpose of making adjustments in the accounts of Canada for that second fiscal year that do not require payments out of the Consolidated Revenue Fund.
Order of payment
(2)Despite any other provision of this Act, amounts appropriated by this Act and set out in Schedule 2 may be paid and applied at any time on or before March 31, 2019, so long as every payment is charged first against the relevant amount appropriated under any Act that is earliest in time until that amount is exhausted, next against the relevant amount appropriated under any other Act, including this Act, that is next in time until that amount is exhausted and so on. The balance of amounts so appropriated by this Act that have not been charged, subject to the adjustments referred to in section 37 of the Financial Administration Act, lapse at the end of the fiscal year following the fiscal year ending March 31, 2018.


SCHEDULE 1

Based on the Main Estimates 201718, the amount granted is $67,463,262,899.‍31, which is the total of the amounts of the items set out in this Schedule ($96,083,638,251) less the total of the interim appropriations granted on account of those items by Appropriation Act No. 1, 201718 ($28,620,375,351.‍69).
Sums granted to Her Majesty by this Act for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2018 and the purposes for which they are granted.
Vote No.
Items
Amount ($)
Total ($)
ADMINISTRATIVE TRIBUNALS SUPPORT SERVICE OF CANADA
Service canadien d’appui aux tribunaux administratifs
1
–    Program expenditures
–    Authority to make recoverable expenditures in relation to the application of the Canada Pension Plan and the Employment Insurance Act
52,628,925
52,628,925
ATLANTIC CANADA OPPORTUNITIES AGENCY
Agence de promotion économique du Canada atlantique
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
63,351,960
5
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
240,222,493
303,574,453
ATOMIC ENERGY OF CANADA LIMITED
Énergie atomique du Canada limitée
1
–    Payments to the corporation for operating and capital expenditures
971,055,162
971,055,162
CANADA COUNCIL FOR THE ARTS
Conseil des Arts du Canada
1
–    Payments to the Council to be used for the furtherance of the objects set out in section 8 of the Canada Council for the Arts Act
257,347,387
257,347,387
CANADA MORTGAGE AND HOUSING CORPORATION
Société canadienne d’hypothèques et de logement
1
–    Payments to reimburse the Corporation for the amounts of loans forgiven, grants, contributions and expenditures made, and losses, costs and expenses incurred,
(a) under the National Housing Act; or
(b) in the course of the exercise of powers or the carrying out of duties or functions conferred on the Corporation under any other Act of Parliament, in accordance with the Corporation’s authority under the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation Act
2,735,001,048
2,735,001,048
CANADA POST CORPORATION
Société canadienne des postes
1
–    Payments to the Corporation for special purposes
22,210,000
22,210,000
CANADA SCHOOL OF PUBLIC SERVICE
École de la fonction publique du Canada
1
–    Program expenditures
63,416,105
63,416,105
CANADIAN AIR TRANSPORT SECURITY AUTHORITY
Administration canadienne de la sûreté du transport aérien
1
–    Payments to the Authority for operating and capital expenditures
584,584,214
584,584,214
CANADIAN BROADCASTING CORPORATION
Société Radio-Canada
1
–    Payments to the Corporation for operating expenditures
1,076,202,798
5
–    Payments to the Corporation for working capital
4,000,000
10
–    Payments to the Corporation for capital expenditures
107,821,000
1,188,023,798
CANADIAN CENTRE FOR OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH AND SAFETY
Centre canadien d’hygiène et de sécurité au travail
1
–    Program expenditures
3,956,267
3,956,267
CANADIAN DAIRY COMMISSION
Commission canadienne du lait
1
–    Program expenditures
3,599,617
3,599,617
CANADIAN ENVIRONMENTAL ASSESSMENT AGENCY
Agence canadienne d’évaluation environnementale
1
–    Program expenditures
–    Contributions
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from
(a) the conduct of environmental assessments by a review panel;
(b) the provision of training; and
(c) the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act
30,640,824
30,640,824
CANADIAN FOOD INSPECTION AGENCY
Agence canadienne d’inspection des aliments
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Contributions
525,744,799
5
–    Capital expenditures
49,256,401
575,001,200
CANADIAN GRAIN COMMISSION
Commission canadienne des grains
1
–    Program expenditures
4,746,362
4,746,362
CANADIAN HIGH ARCTIC RESEARCH STATION
Station canadienne de recherche dans l’Extrême-Arctique
1
–    Program expenditures
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
20,963,206
20,963,206
CANADIAN HUMAN RIGHTS COMMISSION
Commission canadienne des droits de la personne
1
–    Program expenditures
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act
19,222,932
19,222,932
CANADIAN INSTITUTES OF HEALTH RESEARCH
Instituts de recherche en santé du Canada
1
–    Operating expenditures
52,633,510
5
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
1,027,148,842
1,079,782,352
CANADIAN INTERGOVERNMENTAL CONFERENCE SECRETARIAT
Secrétariat des conférences intergouvernementales canadiennes
1
–    Program expenditures
5,534,133
5,534,133
CANADIAN MUSEUM FOR HUMAN RIGHTS
Musée canadien des droits de la personne
1
–    Payments to the Museum for operating and capital expenditures
24,865,000
24,865,000
CANADIAN MUSEUM OF HISTORY
Musée canadien de l’histoire
1
–    Payments to the Museum for operating and capital expenditures
71,600,477
71,600,477
CANADIAN MUSEUM OF IMMIGRATION AT PIER 21
Musée canadien de l’immigration du Quai 21
1
–    Payments to the Museum for operating and capital expenditures
7,820,000
7,820,000
CANADIAN MUSEUM OF NATURE
Musée canadien de la nature
1
–    Payments to the Museum for operating and capital expenditures
32,515,112
32,515,112
CANADIAN NORTHERN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY
Agence canadienne de développement économique du Nord
1
–    Operating expenditures
13,199,586
5
–    Contributions
35,500,000
48,699,586
CANADIAN NUCLEAR SAFETY COMMISSION
Commission canadienne de sûreté nucléaire
1
–    Program expenditures
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
37,939,524
37,939,524
CANADIAN RADIO-TELEVISION AND TELECOMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
Conseil de la radiodiffusion et des télécommunications canadiennes
1
–    Program expenditures
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year under the Telecommunications Fees Regulations, 2010, the Broadcasting Licence Fee Regulations, 1997 and the Unsolicited Telecommunications Fees Regulations, and other revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from activities related to the conduct of its operations, up to amounts approved by the Treasury Board
5,040,595
5,040,595
CANADIAN SECURITY INTELLIGENCE SERVICE
Service canadien du renseignement de sécurité
1
–    Program expenditures
526,615,028
526,615,028
CANADIAN SPACE AGENCY
Agence spatiale canadienne
1
–    Operating expenditures
161,268,874
5
–    Capital expenditures
122,419,635
10
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
60,966,000
344,654,509
CANADIAN TOURISM COMMISSION
Commission canadienne du tourisme
1
–    Payments to the Commission
95,475,770
95,475,770
CANADIAN TRANSPORTATION ACCIDENT INVESTIGATION AND SAFETY BOARD
Bureau canadien d’enquête sur les accidents de transport et de la sécurité des transports
1
–    Program expenditures
26,202,261
26,202,261
CANADIAN TRANSPORTATION AGENCY
Office des transports du Canada
1
–    Program expenditures
27,714,765
27,714,765
CIVILIAN REVIEW AND COMPLAINTS COMMISSION FOR THE ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE
Commission civile d’examen et de traitement des plaintes relatives à la Gendarmerie royale du Canada
1
–    Program expenditures
9,020,809
9,020,809
COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY ESTABLISHMENT
Centre de la sécurité des télécommunications
1
–    Program expenditures
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from its operations, including the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act
560,506,384
560,506,384
COPYRIGHT BOARD
Commission du droit d’auteur
1
–    Program expenditures
2,802,641
2,802,641
CORRECTIONAL SERVICE OF CANADA
Service correctionnel du Canada
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
–    Authority to deposit into the Inmate Welfare Fund revenue derived during the fiscal year from projects operated by inmates and financed by that Fund
–    Authority to operate canteens in federal institutions and to deposit, during the fiscal year, revenue from sales into the Inmate Welfare Fund
–    Payments, in accordance with terms and conditions prescribed by the Governor in Council,
(a) to or on behalf of discharged inmates who suffer physical disability caused by participation in normal program activity in federal institutions; and
(b) to dependants of deceased inmates and discharged inmates whose deaths resulted from participation in normal program activity in federal institutions
–    Authority for the Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness, subject to the approval of the Governor in Council, to enter into an agreement with any province for
(a) the confinement in institutions of that province of any persons sentenced, committed or transferred to a penitentiary;
(b) compensation for the maintenance of such persons; and
(c) payment in respect of the construction and related costs of such institutions
1,962,343,216
5
–    Capital expenditures, including
(a) payments to aboriginal communities, as defined in section 79 of the Corrections and Conditional Release Act, in connection with the provision of correctional services under an agreement referred to in section 81 of that Act; and
(b) payments to non-profit organizations involved in community corrections operations, provinces and municipalities towards their respective construction costs
208,941,724
2,171,284,940
COURTS ADMINISTRATION SERVICE
Service administratif des tribunaux judiciaires
1
–    Program expenditures
68,590,696
68,590,696
DEPARTMENT OF AGRICULTURE AND AGRI-FOOD
Ministère de l’Agriculture et de l’Agroalimentaire
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from
(a) collaborative research agreements and research services;
(b) the grazing and breeding activities of the Community Pasture Program;
(c) the administration of the AgriStability program; and
(d) the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
535,624,241
5
–    Capital expenditures
74,339,571
10
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
335,932,000
945,895,812
DEPARTMENT OF CANADIAN HERITAGE
Ministère du Patrimoine canadien
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from
(a) the activities of the Canadian Conservation Institute, the Canadian Heritage Information Network and the Canadian Audio-Visual Certification Office;
(b) activities undertaken under the Capital Experience Program; and
(c) the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
208,821,920
5
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
1,210,058,005
1,418,879,925
DEPARTMENT OF CITIZENSHIP AND IMMIGRATION
Ministère de la Citoyenneté et de l’Immigration
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year from the provision of services related to International Experience Canada — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of those services
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
545,294,901
5
–    Capital expenditures
23,756,038
10
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions, including the provision of goods and services
1,170,171,545
1,739,222,484
DEPARTMENT OF EMPLOYMENT AND SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT
Ministère de l’Emploi et du Développement social
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Authority to make recoverable expenditures in relation to the application of the Canada Pension Plan and the Employment Insurance Act
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from
(a) the provision of Public Access Programs Sector services;
(b) the provision of services to assist provinces in the administration of provincial programs funded under Labour Market Development Agreements;
(c) the provision of services on behalf of other federal government departments;
(d) the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act;
(e) any amount charged to a Crown corporation under paragraph 14(b) of the Government Employees Compensation Act in relation to the litigation costs for subrogated claims for Crown corporations; and
(f) the portion of the Government Employees Compensation Act departmental or agency subrogated claim settlements related to litigation costs
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
576,846,158
5
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
1,846,494,791
2,423,340,949
DEPARTMENT OF FINANCE
Ministère des Finances
1
–    Program expenditures
–    Contributions
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
89,280,597
5
–    Pursuant to subsection 8(2) of the Bretton Woods and Related Agreements Act, the amount of financial assistance provided by the Minister of Finance by way of direct payments to the International Development Association must not exceed $441,610,000 in the fiscal year 201718
1
89,280,598
DEPARTMENT OF FISHERIES AND OCEANS
Ministère des Pêches et des Océans
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Canada’s share of expenses of the international fisheries commissions
–    Authority to provide free office accommodation for the international fisheries commissions
–    Authority to make recoverable advances in the amounts of the shares of the international fisheries commissions of joint cost projects
–    Authority to make recoverable advances for transportation, stevedoring and other shipping services performed for individuals, outside agencies and other governments in the course of, or arising out of, the exercise of jurisdiction in navigation, including aids to navigation and shipping
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year
(a) in the course of, or arising from, the activities of the Canadian Coast Guard; and
(b) from the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
1,258,375,596
5
–    Capital expenditures
–    Authority to make payments to provinces, municipalities and local or private authorities as contributions towards construction done by those bodies
–    Authority for the purchase and disposal of commercial fishing vessels
751,805,774
10
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
70,969,884
2,081,151,254
DEPARTMENT OF FOREIGN AFFAIRS, TRADE AND DEVELOPMENT
Ministère des Affaires étrangères, du Commerce et du Développement
1
–    Operating expenditures, including those related to the appointment of Canada’s representatives abroad, to the staff of those representatives, and to the assignment of Canadians to the staffs of international organizations
–    Authority to make recoverable advances to international organizations in amounts not exceeding the amounts of the shares of those organizations
–    Expenditures in respect of the provision of office accommodation for the International Civil Aviation Organization
–    Authority to make recoverable expenditures for assistance to and repatriation of distressed Canadian citizens and Canadian residents living abroad, including their dependants
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from
(a) trade and education fairs;
(b) departmental publications; and
(c) the following services:
(i) training services provided by the Canadian Foreign Service Institute,
(ii) trade missions and other international business development services,
(iii) investment development services,
(iv) international telecommunication services,
(v) other services provided abroad to other departments and to agencies, Crown corporations and non-federal organizations, and
(vi) specialized consular services
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
1,557,659,937
5
–    Capital expenditures
106,313,014
10
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions, including payments for other specified purposes and for the provision of goods and services for
(a) the promotion of trade and investment; and
(b) international humanitarian assistance and assistance in relation to international security, international development and global peace
3,903,486,753
15
–    Payments made
(a) in respect of pension, insurance and social security programs or other arrangements for employees locally engaged outside of Canada; and
(b) in respect of the administration of such programs or arrangements, including premiums, contributions, benefit payments, fees and other expenditures made in respect of such employees and for any other persons that the Treasury Board determines
66,273,000
20
–    Pursuant to subsection 12(2) of the International Development (Financial Institutions) Assistance Act, the amount of financial assistance provided by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, in consultation with the Minister of Finance, by way of direct payments for the purpose of contributions to the international financial institutions may not exceed $227,048,000 in the fiscal year 201718
1
L25
–    Pursuant to subsection 12(2) of the International Development (Financial Institutions) Assistance Act, the amount of financial assistance provided by the Minister of Foreign Affairs, in consultation with the Minister of Finance, by way of the purchase of shares of international financial institutions may not exceed $30,420,000 in United States dollars in the fiscal year 201718, which amount is estimated in Canadian dollars at $39,860,000
1
5,633,732,706
DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH
Ministère de la Santé
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from
(a) the provision of services or the sale of products related to health protection, regulatory activities and medical services; and
(b) the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
1,943,584,804
5
–    Capital expenditures
37,230,214
10
–    Contributions, in the form of monetary payments or the provision of goods or services
2,116,553,920
4,097,368,938
DEPARTMENT OF INDIAN AFFAIRS AND NORTHERN DEVELOPMENT
Ministère des Affaires indiennes et du Nord canadien
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Expenditures on works, buildings and equipment
–    Authority to make expenditures — recoverable or otherwise — on work performed on property that is not federal property and on services provided in respect of that property
–    Authority to provide, in respect of Indian and Inuit economic development activities, for the capacity development for Indians and Inuit and the furnishing of materials and equipment
–    Authority to sell electric power to private consumers in remote locations when alternative local sources of supply are not available, in accordance with terms and conditions approved by the Governor in Council
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
892,342,724
5
–    Capital expenditures
–    Expenditures on buildings, works, land and equipment the operation, control and ownership of which
(a) may be transferred to provincial governments on terms and conditions approved by the Governor in Council; or
(b) may be transferred to Indian bands, groups of Indians or individual Indians at the discretion of the Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
–    Expenditures on buildings, works, land and equipment that are on other than federal property
–    Authority to make recoverable expenditures on roads and related works in amounts not exceeding the shares of provincial governments of expenditures
44,496,010
10
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
8,966,692,676
L15
–    Loans to native claimants in accordance with terms and conditions approved by the Governor in Council for the purpose of defraying costs related to research, development and negotiation of claims
25,903,000
L20
–    Loans to First Nations in British Columbia for the purpose of supporting their participation in the British Columbia Treaty Commission process
1
9,929,434,411
DEPARTMENT OF INDUSTRY
Ministère de l’Industrie
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from
(a) the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act, and the provision of internal support services to the Canadian Intellectual Property Office;
(b) activities and operations related to communications research at the Communications Research Centre;
(c) services and insolvency processes under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act at the Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy;
(d) activities and operations carried out by Corporations Canada under the Canada Business Corporations Act, the Boards of Trade Act, the Canada Cooperatives Act, the Canada Not-for-profit Corporations Act and the Canada Corporations Act; and
(e) services and regulatory processes for mergers and merger-related matters, including pre-merger notifications, advance ruling certificates and written opinions, under the Competition Act at the Competition Bureau
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
356,511,722
5
–    Capital expenditures
11,234,609
10
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
2,038,304,873
L15
–    Payments under subsection 14(2) of the Department of Industry Act
300,000
L20
–    Loans under paragraph 14(1)‍(a) of the Department of Industry Act
500,000
2,406,851,204
DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE
Ministère de la Justice
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from
(a) the provision of mandatory legal services to federal departments and agencies;
(b) the provision to Crown corporations, non-federal organizations and international organizations of optional legal services that are consistent with the Department’s mandate; and
(c) the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
234,300,919
5
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
350,315,319
584,616,238
DEPARTMENT OF NATIONAL DEFENCE
Ministère de la Défense nationale
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Authority for total commitments, subject to allotment by the Treasury Board, of $29,570,334,909 for the purposes of Votes 1, 5 and 10 of the Department regardless of the year in which the payment of those commitments comes due (of which it is estimated that $11,760,112,207 will come due for payment in future years)
–    Authority, subject to the direction of the Treasury Board, to make recoverable expenditures or advances in respect of materials supplied to, or services performed on behalf of, individuals, corporations, outside agencies, other federal departments and agencies and other governments
–    Authority to make payments
(a) in respect of pension, insurance and social security programs or other arrangements for employees locally engaged outside of Canada; and
(b) in respect of the administration of such programs or arrangements, including premiums, contributions, benefit payments, fees and other expenditures made in respect of such employees and for any other persons that the Treasury Board determines
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year, including from the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
14,201,614,868
5
–    Capital expenditures
3,102,710,864
10
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year and contributions, which grants and contributions may include
(a) monetary payments or, in lieu of payment made to a recipient,
(i) the provision of goods or services, or
(ii) the provision of the use of facilities; and
(b) the contributions that may be approved by the Governor in Council in accordance with section 3 of The Defence Appropriation Act, 1950
(i) for the provision or transfer of defence equipment,
(ii) for the provision of services for defence purposes, or
(iii) for the provision or transfer of supplies or facilities for defence purposes
164,695,408
17,469,021,140
DEPARTMENT OF NATURAL RESOURCES
Ministère des Ressources naturelles
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from
(a) the sale of forestry and information products;
(b) the issue of licences, permits and certificates under the Explosives Act and the Explosives Regulations, 2013;
(c) training and certification activities related to the Act and Regulations referred to in paragraph (b);
(d) research, consultation, testing, analysis, and administration services as part of the departmental operations; and
(e) the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of the Financial Administration Act
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
496,759,758
5
–    Capital expenditures
55,781,300
10
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
324,921,046
877,462,104
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY AND EMERGENCY PREPAREDNESS
Ministère de la Sécurité publique et de la Protection civile
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year including from the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
123,231,161
5
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
914,540,358
1,037,771,519
DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC WORKS AND GOVERNMENT SERVICES
Ministère des Travaux publics et des Services gouvernementaux
1
–    Operating expenditures for the provision of accommodation, common and central services
–    Authority to make recoverable expenditures in relation to the application of the Canada Pension Plan, the Employment Insurance Act and the Seized Property Management Act
–    Authority to expend revenues received during the fiscal year arising from accommodation, common and central services
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year including from the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
2,134,161,650
5
–    Capital expenditures including expenditures on works other than federal property
–    Authority to reimburse tenants of federal property for improvements authorized by the Minister of Public Works and Government Services
1,441,927,728
3,576,089,378
DEPARTMENT OF THE ENVIRONMENT
Ministère de l’Environnement
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Authority for the Minister of the Environment to engage consultants as required by different Boards at the remuneration that those Boards determine
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act and from the provision of services or the sale of information products arising from the operations of the department funded from this Vote, including
(a) research, analysis and scientific services;
(b) hydrometric surveys;
(c) regulatory services;
(d) monitoring services, including monitoring services with respect to the oil sands;
(e) entry fees;
(f) permits; and
(g) real property services
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
700,976,667
5
–    Capital expenditures
–    Authority to make payments to provinces and municipalities as contributions towards construction done by those bodies
–    Authority to make recoverable advances not exceeding the amount of the shares of provincial and outside agencies of the cost of joint projects including expenditures on other than federal property
82,361,087
10
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions, including ones to developing countries by way of the Multilateral Fund for the Implementation of the Montreal Protocol taking the form of monetary payments or the provision of goods, equipment or services
119,485,748
902,823,502
DEPARTMENT OF TRANSPORT
Ministère des Transports
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Authority to make expenditures on other than federal property in the course of, or arising out of the exercise of jurisdiction in, aeronautics
–    Authority for the payment of commissions for revenue collection pursuant to the Aeronautics Act
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year including from the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
596,606,256
5
–    Capital expenditures
138,591,900
10
Gateways and corridors
–    Contributions
113,975,543
15
Transportation infrastructure
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
185,061,604
20
Programs other than Gateways and corridors and Transportation infrastructure
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
37,739,369
1,071,974,672
DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS
Ministère des Anciens Combattants
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Expenditures related to the upkeep of real property, including engineering and other investigatory planning expenses that do not add tangible value to property, payment of taxes, insurance and public utilities
–    Expenditures related to, subject to the approval of the Governor in Council,
(a) necessary remedial work on properties constructed under individual firm price contracts and sold under the Veterans’ Land Act (R.‍S.‍C. 1970, c. V-4), to correct defects for which neither the veteran nor the contractor may be held financially responsible; and
(b) other work on other properties that is required to protect the Director’s interest in those properties
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
931,958,962
5
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year; however, the amount listed for any grant may be increased or decreased, subject to the approval of the Treasury Board
–    Contributions
3,728,239,000
4,660,197,962
DEPARTMENT OF WESTERN ECONOMIC DIVERSIFICATION
Ministère de la Diversification de l’économie de l’Ouest canadien
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
34,394,598
5
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
161,523,000
195,917,598
ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY OF CANADA FOR THE REGIONS OF QUEBEC
Agence de développement économique du Canada pour les régions du Québec
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
36,755,088
5
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
262,729,505
299,484,593
FEDERAL ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT AGENCY FOR SOUTHERN ONTARIO
Agence fédérale de développement économique pour le Sud de l’Ontario
1
–    Operating expenditures
24,394,707
5
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
242,198,502
266,593,209
FINANCIAL TRANSACTIONS AND REPORTS ANALYSIS CENTRE OF CANADA
Centre d’analyse des opérations et déclarations financières du Canada
1
–    Program expenditures
45,942,822
45,942,822
HOUSE OF COMMONS
Chambre des communes
1
–    Program expenditures, including payments in respect of the cost of operating Members’ constituency offices
–    Contributions
–    Authority to expend revenues that it receives during the fiscal year arising from its activities
318,131,715
318,131,715
IMMIGRATION AND REFUGEE BOARD
Commission de l’immigration et du statut de réfugié
1
–    Program expenditures
113,251,545
113,251,545
INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT RESEARCH CENTRE
Centre de recherches pour le développement international
1
–    Payments to the Centre
138,705,625
138,705,625
INTERNATIONAL JOINT COMMISSION (CANADIAN SECTION)
Commission mixte internationale (section canadienne)
1
–    Program expenditures
–    Expenses of the Canadian Section, including salaries
–    Expenses of studies, surveys and investigations by the Commission under International References
–    Expenses of the Commission under the Canada/United States Great Lakes Water Quality Agreement
9,434,410
9,434,410
LIBRARY AND ARCHIVES OF CANADA
Bibliothèque et Archives du Canada
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from providing access to the collection and from the reproduction of materials from the collection
92,746,852
5
–    Capital expenditures
12,153,065
104,899,917
LIBRARY OF PARLIAMENT
Bibliothèque du Parlement
1
–    Program expenditures
–    Authority to expend revenues that it receives in the fiscal year arising from its activities
42,510,256
42,510,256
MARINE ATLANTIC INC.
Marine Atlantique S.‍C.‍C.
1
–    Payments to the corporation in respect of the costs of its management
–    Payments to the corporation for capital expenditures
–    Payments to the corporation for transportation services, including the water transportation services between Nova Scotia and Newfoundland and Labrador and related vessels, terminals and infrastructure
76,545,000
76,545,000
MILITARY GRIEVANCES EXTERNAL REVIEW COMMITTEE
Comité externe d’examen des griefs militaires
1
–    Program expenditures
6,160,384
6,160,384
MILITARY POLICE COMPLAINTS COMMISSION
Commission d’examen des plaintes concernant la police militaire
1
–    Program expenditures
4,207,948
4,207,948
NATIONAL ARTS CENTRE CORPORATION
Société du Centre national des Arts
1
–    Payments to the Corporation for operating expenditures
140,034,681
140,034,681
NATIONAL CAPITAL COMMISSION
Commission de la capitale nationale
1
–    Payments to the Commission for operating expenditures
67,590,380
5
–    Payments to the Commission for capital expenditures
24,304,870
91,895,250
NATIONAL ENERGY BOARD
Office national de l’énergie
1
–    Program expenditures
–    Contributions
72,478,474
72,478,474
NATIONAL FILM BOARD
Office national du film
1
–    Program expenditures
74,375,345
74,375,345
NATIONAL GALLERY OF CANADA
Musée des beaux-arts du Canada
1
–    Payments to the Gallery for operating and capital expenditures
46,203,410
5
–    Payments to the Gallery for the acquisition of objects for the collection and related costs
8,000,000
54,203,410
NATIONAL MUSEUM OF SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY
Musée national des sciences et de la technologie
1
–    Payments to the Museum for operating and capital expenditures
144,527,796
144,527,796
NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL OF CANADA
Conseil national de recherches du Canada
1
–    Operating expenditures
349,138,111
5
–    Capital expenditures
90,392,058
10
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions, including the provision of goods and services for the international Thirty Meter Telescope Observatory
353,335,834
792,866,003
NATURAL SCIENCES AND ENGINEERING RESEARCH COUNCIL
Conseil de recherches en sciences naturelles et en génie
1
–    Operating expenditures
44,692,641
5
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
1,156,971,837
1,201,664,478
NORTHERN PIPELINE AGENCY
Administration du pipe-line du Nord
1
–    Program expenditures
–    Contributions
465,000
465,000
OFFICE OF INFRASTRUCTURE OF CANADA
Bureau de l’infrastructure du Canada
1
–    Operating expenditures
126,917,348
5
–    Capital expenditures
523,659,656
10
–    Contributions
4,282,963,173
4,933,540,177
OFFICE OF THE AUDITOR GENERAL
Bureau du vérificateur général
1
–    Program expenditures
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of audit professional services to members of the Canadian Council of Legislative Auditors
68,269,099
68,269,099
OFFICE OF THE CHIEF ELECTORAL OFFICER
Bureau du directeur général des élections
1
–    Program expenditures
29,253,454
29,253,454
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER FOR FEDERAL JUDICIAL AFFAIRS
Bureau du commissaire à la magistrature fédérale
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of administrative services and judicial training services
–    Remuneration, allowances and expenses for judges, including deputy judges of the Supreme Court of Yukon, the Supreme Court of the Northwest Territories and the Nunavut Court of Justice, not provided for by the Judges Act
8,779,358
5
–    Operating expenditures — Canadian Judicial Council
3,525,036
12,304,394
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF LOBBYING
Commissariat au lobbying
1
–    Program expenditures
4,026,414
4,026,414
OFFICE OF THE COMMISSIONER OF OFFICIAL LANGUAGES
Commissariat aux langues officielles
1
–    Program expenditures
18,595,492
18,595,492
OFFICE OF THE COMMUNICATIONS SECURITY ESTABLISHMENT COMMISSIONER
Bureau du commissaire du Centre de la sécurité des télécommunications
1
–    Program expenditures
1,940,071
1,940,071
OFFICE OF THE CONFLICT OF INTEREST AND ETHICS COMMISSIONER
Commissariat aux conflits d’intérêts et à l’éthique
1
–    Program expenditures
6,178,280
6,178,280
OFFICE OF THE CO-ORDINATOR, STATUS OF WOMEN
Bureau de la coordonnatrice de la situation de la femme
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
15,608,148
5
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
20,580,000
36,188,148
OFFICE OF THE CORRECTIONAL INVESTIGATOR OF CANADA
Bureau de l’enquêteur correctionnel du Canada
1
–    Program expenditures
4,102,301
4,102,301
OFFICE OF THE DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC PROSECUTIONS
Bureau du directeur des poursuites pénales
1
–    Program expenditures
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from
(a) the provision of prosecution and prosecution-related services;
(b) the provision to Crown corporations, non-federal organizations and international organizations of optional prosecution and prosecution-related services that are consistent with the Office’s mandate; and
(c) the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act
161,657,167
161,657,167
OFFICE OF THE GOVERNOR GENERAL’S SECRETARY
Bureau du sécretaire du gouverneur général
1
–    Program expenditures
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Expenditures incurred for former Governors General, including those incurred for their spouses, during their lifetimes and for a period of six months following their deaths, in respect of the performance of activities which devolve on them as a result of their having occupied the office of Governor General
19,705,766
19,705,766
OFFICE OF THE PUBLIC SECTOR INTEGRITY COMMISSIONER
Commissariat à l’intégrité du secteur public
1
–    Program expenditures
–    Contributions
4,957,842
4,957,842
OFFICE OF THE SENATE ETHICS OFFICER
Bureau du conseiller sénatorial en éthique
1
–    Program expenditures
1,120,500
1,120,500
OFFICE OF THE SUPERINTENDENT OF FINANCIAL INSTITUTIONS
Bureau du surintendant des institutions financières
1
–    Program expenditures
945,058
945,058
OFFICES OF THE INFORMATION AND PRIVACY COMMISSIONERS OF CANADA
Commissariats à l’information et à la protection de la vie privée du Canada
1
–    Program expenditures — Office of the Information Commissioner
9,946,659
5
–    Program expenditures — Office of the Privacy Commissioner
–    Contributions — Office of the Privacy Commissioner
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act
22,075,133
32,021,792
PARLIAMENTARY PROTECTIVE SERVICE
Service de protection parlementaire
1
–    Program expenditures
62,100,000
62,100,000
PAROLE BOARD OF CANADA
Commission des libérations conditionnelles du Canada
1
–    Program expenditures
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of services to process record suspension applications for persons convicted of offences under federal Acts and regulations
40,677,794
40,677,794
PATENTED MEDICINE PRICES REVIEW BOARD
Conseil d’examen du prix des médicaments brevetés
1
–    Program expenditures
9,930,556
9,930,556
PPP CANADA INC.
PPP Canada Inc.
1
–    Payments to the corporation for operating expenditures
11,800,000
5
–    Payments to the corporation for P3 Canada Fund investments
267,700,000
279,500,000
PRIVY COUNCIL OFFICE
Bureau du Conseil privé
1
–    Program expenditures, including operating expenditures of Commissions of Inquiry not otherwise provided for and the operation of the Prime Minister’s residence
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
129,915,146
129,915,146
PUBLIC HEALTH AGENCY OF CANADA
Agence de la santé publique du Canada
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the sale of products, inspection services and the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act
322,134,984
5
–    Capital expenditures
7,199,069
10
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions
200,927,114
530,261,167
PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION
Commission de la fonction publique
1
–    Program expenditures
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of staffing, assessment and counselling services and products and the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act
72,137,719
72,137,719
REGISTRAR OF THE SUPREME COURT OF CANADA
Registraire de la Cour suprême du Canada
1
–    Program expenditures
24,916,433
24,916,433
ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE
Gendarmerie royale du Canada
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year including from the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act
1,888,011,496
5
–    Capital expenditures
327,465,645
10
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year; however, the amount listed for any grant may be increased or decreased, subject to the approval of the Treasury Board
–    Contributions
223,573,483
2,439,050,624
ROYAL CANADIAN MOUNTED POLICE EXTERNAL REVIEW COMMITTEE
Comité externe d’examen de la Gendarmerie royale du Canada
1
–    Program expenditures
847,634
847,634
SECURITY INTELLIGENCE REVIEW COMMITTEE
Comité de surveillance des activités de renseignement de sécurité
1
–    Program expenditures
4,476,578
4,476,578
SENATE
Sénat
1
–    Program expenditures, including payments in respect of the cost of operating Senators’ offices and an allowance in lieu of residence to the Speaker of the Senate
–    Contributions
69,584,548
69,584,548
SHARED SERVICES CANADA
Services partagés Canada
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of information technology services
1,263,902,106
5
–    Capital expenditures
379,955,130
1,643,857,236
SOCIAL SCIENCES AND HUMANITIES RESEARCH COUNCIL
Conseil de recherches en sciences humaines
1
–    Operating expenditures
24,768,257
5
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
751,814,696
776,582,953
STANDARDS COUNCIL OF CANADA
Conseil canadien des normes
1
–    Payments to the Council that are referred to in paragraph 5(a) of the Standards Council of Canada Act
10,706,000
10,706,000
STATISTICS CANADA
Statistique Canada
1
–    Program expenditures
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset related expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year including from the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act
405,558,550
405,558,550
TELEFILM CANADA
Téléfilm Canada
1
–    Payments to the corporation to be used for the purposes set out in the Telefilm Canada Act
100,453,551
100,453,551
THE FEDERAL BRIDGE CORPORATION LIMITED
La Société des ponts fédéraux Limitée
1
–    Payments to the Corporation
22,885,386
22,885,386
THE JACQUES-CARTIER AND CHAMPLAIN BRIDGES INC.
Les Ponts Jacques-Cartier et Champlain Inc.
1
–    Payments to the corporation to be applied in payment of the excess of its expenditures over its revenues (exclusive of depreciation on capital structures and reserves) in the operation of the Jacques-Cartier, Champlain and Honoré-Mercier Bridges, a portion of the Bonaventure Autoroute, the Pont-Champlain Jetty, the Melocheville Tunnel and the Île-des-Soeurs Bypass Bridge
331,777,000
331,777,000
THE NATIONAL BATTLEFIELDS COMMISSION
Commission des champs de bataille nationaux
1
–    Program expenditures
7,520,761
7,520,761
TREASURY BOARD SECRETARIAT
Secrétariat du Conseil du Trésor
1
–    Program expenditures
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from the provision of internal support services under section 29.‍2 of that Act and from its other activities
–    The payment to each member of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada who is a minister without portfolio, or a minister of State who does not preside over a ministry of State, of a salary — paid annually or pro rata for any period less than a year — that does not exceed the salary paid under the Salaries Act, as adjusted under section 67 of the Parliament of Canada Act, to ministers of State who preside over ministries of State
222,912,616
5
Government Contingencies
–    Authority granted to the Treasury Board to supplement any other appropriation
–    Authority granted to the Treasury Board to provide for miscellaneous, urgent or unforeseen expenditures not otherwise provided for — including grants and contributions that are not listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year, and any increase to the amount of a grant that is listed in those Estimates — as long as those expenditures are within the legal mandate of the departments or other organizations for which the expenditures are made
–    Authority to reuse any sums allotted and repaid to this appropriation from other appropriations
750,000,000
10
Government-wide Initiatives
–    Authority granted to the Treasury Board to supplement any other appropriation for the fiscal year in support of the implementation of strategic management initiatives in the federal public administration
3,193,000
20
Public Service Insurance
–    Payments, in respect of insurance, pension or benefit programs or other arrangements, or in respect of the administration of such programs or arrangements, including premiums, contributions, benefits, fees and other expenditures made in respect of the federal public administration, or any part of it, and in respect of any other persons that the Treasury Board determines
–    Authority to expend any revenues or other amounts received in respect of insurance, pension or benefit programs or other arrangements
(a) to offset premiums, contributions, benefits, fees and other expenditures in respect of those programs or arrangements; and
(b) to provide for the return to eligible employees of the premium refund under subsection 96(3) of the Employment Insurance Act
2,398,570,604
25
Operating Budget Carry Forward
–    Authority granted to the Treasury Board to supplement any other appropriation for the fiscal year by reason of the operating budget carry forward from the previous fiscal year
1,600,000,000
30
Paylist Requirements
–    Authority granted to the Treasury Board to supplement any other appropriation for the fiscal year for
(a) requirements related to parental and maternity allowances;
(b) entitlements on cessation of service or employment; and
(c) adjustments that have not been provided from Vote 15, Compensation Adjustments, made to terms and conditions of service or employment of the federal public administration, including the Royal Canadian Mounted Police, as well as of members of the Canadian Forces
600,000,000
33
Capital Budget Carry Forward
–    Authority granted to the Treasury Board to supplement any other appropriation for the fiscal year by reason of the capital budget carry forward from the previous fiscal year
600,000,000
6,174,676,220
VETERANS REVIEW AND APPEAL BOARD
Tribunal des anciens combattants (révision et appel)
1
–    Program expenditures
9,449,156
9,449,156
VIA RAIL CANADA INC.
VIA Rail Canada Inc.
1
–    Payments to the corporation in respect of the costs of its management
–    Payments to the corporation for capital expenditures
–    Payments to the corporation for the provision of rail passenger services in Canada in accordance with contracts entered into pursuant to subparagraph (c)‍(i) of Transport Vote 52d, Appropriation Act No. 1, 1977
221,004,897
221,004,897
WINDSOR-DETROIT BRIDGE AUTHORITY
Autorité du pont Windsor-Détroit
1
–    Payments to the Authority for the discharge of its mandate consistent with its Letters Patent and the Canada-Michigan Crossing Agreement
258,916,050
258,916,050
96,083,638,251


SCHEDULE 2

Based on the Main Estimates 201718, the amount granted is $4,561,769,288.‍25, which is the total of the amounts of the items set out in this Schedule ($6,082,359,051) less the total of the interim appropriations granted on account of those items by Appropriation Act No. 1, 201718 ($1,520,589,762.‍75).
Sums granted to Her Majesty by this Act for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2018 that may be charged to that fiscal year and the following fiscal year ending March 31, 2019 and the purposes for which they are granted.
Vote No.
Items
Amount ($)
Total ($)
CANADA BORDER SERVICES AGENCY
Agence des services frontaliers du Canada
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Authority, as referred to in paragraph 29.‍1(2)‍(a) of the Financial Administration Act, to expend in the fiscal year — in order to offset expenditures that it incurs in that fiscal year — revenues that it receives in that fiscal year from
(a) fees, related to border operations, for the provision of a service or the use of a facility or for a product, right or privilege; and
(b) payments received under contracts entered into by the Agency
1,388,555,431
5
–    Capital expenditures
202,466,241
1,591,021,672
CANADA REVENUE AGENCY
Agence du revenu du Canada
1
–    Operating expenditures
–    Contributions
–    Authority to make recoverable expenditures in relation to the application of the Canada Pension Plan and the Employment Insurance Act
3,173,383,552
5
–    Capital expenditures
–    Authority to make recoverable expenditures in relation to the application of the Canada Pension Plan and the Employment Insurance Act
59,363,678
3,232,747,230
PARKS CANADA AGENCY
Agence Parcs Canada
1
–    Program expenditures
–    Capital expenditures
–    The grants listed in any of the Estimates for the fiscal year
–    Contributions, including
(a) expenditures on other than federal property; and
(b) payments to provinces and municipalities as contributions towards the cost of undertakings carried out by those bodies
1,258,090,149
5
–    Amounts credited to the New Parks and Historic Sites Account for the purposes specified in subsection 21(3) of the Parks Canada Agency Act
500,000
1,258,590,149
6,082,359,051

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