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2013–14 Estimates


Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation

Raison d’être

Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation (ECBC) is a federal Crown corporation that promotes and coordinates economic development throughout Cape Breton Island and a portion of mainland Nova Scotia in and around the town of Mulgrave.

In addition to its own programs, ECBC is also responsible for the delivery of programs of the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency on Cape Breton Island and the programs of the former Cape Breton Development Corporation.

ECBC is the principal federal entity for commercial and community economic development on Cape Breton Island and in Mulgrave.

The Associate Minister of National Defence and Minister of State (Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency) (La Francophonie) is responsible for this organization.

Organizational Estimates

Figure 56. Organizational Estimates - Budgetary - Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation

The following chart presents the organizational breakdown of voted and statutory budgetary expenditures and estimates for the past three years.
Table 120. Organizational Estimates (dollars) - Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2012-13 Estimates To Date 2013-14 Main Estimates
Budgetary
Voted
10 Payments to the Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation 77,191,000 57,268,000 60,667,000 51,763,000
Total voted 77,191,000 57,268,000 60,667,000 51,763,000
Total budgetary 77,191,000 57,268,000 60,667,000 51,763,000

Highlights

Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation is estimating budgetary expenditures of $51.8 million in 2013-14 which require approval by Parliament.

Main Estimates decrease of $5.5 million from 2012-13 levels, is based on the following factors:

  • The projection of long-term liability provisions confirms that the overall cost for environmental obligations is declining over each planning period as construction and engineering is completed on various sites; and
  • In addition, there are over 480 former employees participating in a number of Early Retirement Incentive Plans which were negotiated in the past through the collective bargaining process in response to downsizing and mine closures. The cost for these plans will decrease annually over the next 9 years as recipients reach age 65. The Early Retirement Incentive Plans are scheduled to expire in 2022.

Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program

Table 121. Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program - Budgetary - Enterprise Cape Breton Corporation
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
A competitive and sustainable Cape Breton economy.
Human Resource Obligations 0 38,812,000 36,449,000
Environmental Obligations 0 9,806,000 6,664,000
Commercial Development 0 2,223,000 3,362,000
Property Development and Management 0 2,681,000 2,401,000
Community Economic Development 0 2,222,000 1,303,000
Policy and Advocacy 0 250,000 250,000
Regional Service Delivery 0 0 0
The following program supports all strategic outcomes within this organization.
Internal Services 0 1,274,000 1,334,000
Funds not allocated to the 2013-14 Program Alignment Architecture 77,191,000 0 0
Total 77,191,000 57,268,000 51,763,000

Environment

Raison d’être

The Minister of the Environment is responsible for this organization.

Environment Canada is the lead federal department for a wide range of environmental issues facing Canadians. The Department also plays a stewardship role in achieving and maintaining a clean, safe and sustainable environment. A science-based department, Environment Canada addresses issues through monitoring, research, policy development, service delivery to Canadians, regulations, enforcement of environmental laws, advancement of clean technologies and strategic partnerships. The Department’s programs focus on a clean environment by minimizing threats to Canadians and their environment from pollution; a safe environment by equipping Canadians to make informed decisions on weather, water and climate conditions; and a sustainable environment by conserving and restoring Canada’s natural environment. The Department’s program focus reflects the increasingly evident interdependence between environmental sustainability and economic well-being.

Organizational Estimates

Figure 57. Organizational Estimates - Budgetary - Environment

The following chart presents the organizational breakdown of voted and statutory budgetary expenditures and estimates for the past three years.
Table 122. Organizational Estimates (dollars) - Environment
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2012-13 Estimates To Date 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
Budgetary
Voted
1 Operating expenditures 763,861,638 713,595,464 704,225,048 701,254,526
5 Capital expenditures 45,932,023 50,225,400 52,377,900 51,922,400
10 Grants and contributions 72,471,998 120,202,353 171,638,255 117,353,468
Total voted 882,265,659 884,023,217 928,241,203 870,530,394
Total Statutory 126,210,597 88,676,892 112,706,744 88,828,924
Total budgetary 1,008,476,256 972,700,109 1,040,947,947 959,359,318

Highlights

The significant variances between Environment Canada’s 2011-12 actual expenditures in the Public Accounts and the 2012-13 Main Estimates are due to adjustments and transfers during the fiscal year. For example, these include the carry forward, paylist expenditures and the statutory payment to Nature Conservancy of Canada. For fiscal year 2012-13, these changes will also be reflected in the Public Accounts. In addition, the transfer of responsibilities to Shared Services Canada was effective as of November 15th, 2011 and therefore was partially included in the 2011-12 Public Accounts. However, the 2012-13 Main Estimates and future years were reduced by the full amount of this transfer.

Environment Canada is estimating budgetary expenditures of $959.4 million in 2013-14. Of this amount, $870.5 million requires approval by Parliament. The remaining $88.8 million represents statutory forecasts that do not require additional approval and are provided for information purposes.

Compared with the 2012-13 Main Estimates, Environment Canada has a planned spending decrease of $13.3 million or 1.4% of which $12.3 million is in Operating and $2.8 million is in grants and contributions. These decreases are offset by an increase of $1.7 million in Capital and $0.1 million in the Employee Benefit Plan.

The major changes are:

  • A decrease in funding of $31.5 million related to the saving measures announced in the Budget 2012;
  • The sunsetting in 2012-13 of $1.6 million for the regulation of renewable fuels; and
  • Other miscellaneous decreases totalling $1.0 million.

These decreases are offset by an increase of $20.8 million related to three programs renewals:

  • An increase of $12.5 million due to the renewal of the Species at Risk Act program;
  • An increase of $4.2 million for the Lake Winnipeg Basin initiative; and
  • An increase of $4.1 million for the implementation of the Great Lakes Nutrient Initiative.

For information on 2012-13 Estimates to date, please refer to 2012-13 Supplementary Estimates.

For further details on trends, please refer to the Report on Plans and Priorities.

Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program

Table 123. Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program - Budgetary - Environment
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
Threats to Canadians and their environment from pollution are minimized.
Climate Change and Clean Air 118,255,660 193,194,189 179,283,757
Substances and Waste Management 83,291,322 81,724,436 73,874,896
Compliance Promotion and Enforcement - Pollution 43,266,981 45,476,884 43,773,701
Canada's natural environment is conserved and restored for present and future generations.
Biodiversity - Wildlife and Habitat 138,780,378 88,337,640 99,530,109
Water Resources 107,643,683 95,919,498 96,788,965
Sustainable Ecosystems 66,180,594 61,604,515 66,589,903
Compliance Promotion and Enforcement - Wildlife 17,467,430 17,232,581 16,623,597
Canadians are equipped to make informed decisions on changing weather, water and climate conditions.
Weather and Environmental Services for Canadians 172,435,665 191,252,053 158,545,334
Weather and Environmental Services for Targeted Users 24,057,561 25,789,108 25,547,830
The following program supports all strategic outcomes within this organization.
Internal Services 237,096,982 172,169,205 198,801,226
Total 1,008,476,256 972,700,109 959,359,318

Listing of the 2013-14 Transfer Payments

Table 124. Listing of the 2013-14 Transfer Payments - Environment
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2012-13 Estimates To Date 2013-14 Main Estimates
Grants
Grant to the Canada Foundation for Sustainable Development Technology 0 62,500,000 62,500,000 50,000,000
Grants for the implementation of the Montreal Protocol on substances that deplete the ozone layer 2,000,000 2,000,000 2,760,000 2,000,000
Grant in support of weather and environmental services for Canadians 41,000 44,000 44,000 44,000
Total Voted Grants 2,041,000 64,544,000 65,304,000 52,044,000
Total Statutory 33,695,148 0 24,029,852 0
Total Grants 35,736,148 64,544,000 89,333,852 52,044,000
Contributions
Contributions in support of Biodiversity - Wildlife and Habitat 12,864,532 15,304,392 15,442,294 13,037,175
Habitat Stewardship Contribution Program 11,544,518 7,769,000 11,769,000 11,769,000
Contributions in support of Sustainable Ecosystems 7,860,232 7,893,715 8,273,715 11,719,738
Contributions in support of Climate Change and Clean Air 7,223,324 5,019,092 41,544,092 9,346,572
EcoAction 2000 - Community Funding Initiative 3,870,265 4,525,000 4,525,000 4,525,000
Contribution for Canada's share of the Commission of Environmental Co-operation budget 3,033,150 3,400,000 3,400,000 3,230,000
Contributions for the Science Horizons Youth Internship and the International Environmental Youth Corp programs 2,131,200 3,069,000 3,069,000 3,069,000
Contributions in support of Weather and Environmental Services for Canadians 2,135,949 1,922,126 14,560,126 2,171,019
Assessed contribution to the World Meteorological Organization (WMO) 2,242,935 2,167,785 2,167,785 2,167,785
Contributions in support of Substances and Waste management 2,282,366 1,867,388 1,867,388 1,751,364
Contributions in support of Water Resources 1,208,000 789,595 1,084,595 1,099,595
Contributions for Inuit Activities related to the implementation of the Inuit Impact and Benefit Agreement 1,625,000 1,460,000 1,460,000 935,000
Assessed contribution to the Convention on Wetlands of International Importance (Ramsar Convention) 178,211 190,660 190,660 198,220
Assessed contribution to the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora (CITES) 179,253 180,600 180,600 190,000
Assessed contribution to the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD) 95,635 100,000 100,000 100,000
Total Contributions 58,474,570 55,658,353 109,634,255 65,309,468
Total 94,210,718 120,202,353 198,968,107 117,353,468

Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario

Raison d’être

As Canada’s most populous region - home to more than 12 million residents living in 288 communities - southern Ontario is a key contributor to the Canadian economy. The Government of Canada created the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario (FedDev Ontario) in 2009 to help the region mitigate and overcome regional and global economic challenges. To fulfill its mandate, FedDev Ontario supports technological innovation, business development, and community economic development in southern Ontario by working with partners and stakeholders across the region and responding to emerging opportunities and challenges. The Agency directs resources toward activities with the greatest impact to address community and business needs, and as a means of propelling the southern Ontario economy forward from a position of strength and prosperity, both in Canada and on the global stage.

The Minister of State (Science and Technology) for the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario is responsible for this organization.

Organizational Estimates

Figure 58. Organizational Estimates - Budgetary - Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario

The following chart presents the organizational breakdown of voted and statutory budgetary expenditures and estimates for the past three years.
Table 125. Organizational Estimates (dollars) - Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2012-13 Estimates To Date 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
Budgetary
Voted
50 Operating expenditures 27,504,687 26,588,074 25,920,065 24,774,560
55 Grants and contributions 200,104,609 188,933,760 231,947,760 194,888,410
Total voted 227,609,296 215,521,834 257,867,825 219,662,970
Total Statutory 2,850,512 3,288,753 3,288,753 3,149,796
Total budgetary 230,459,808 218,810,587 261,156,578 222,812,766

Highlights

FedDev Ontario is estimating budgetary expenditures of $222.8 million in 2013-14. Of this amount, $219.7 million requires voted approval by Parliament. The remaining $3.1 million represents statutory forecasts that do not require additional approval and are provided for information purposes.

FedDev Ontario’s planned spending in 2013-14 reflects the programs and internal services that will be necessary to support the achievement of its strategic outcome. For 2013-14 the Agency anticipates spending $194.9 million in grants and contributions while requiring $27.9 million in operating costs (including Employee Benefit Plans) to support program delivery and internal service areas. These totals are net of the changes to funding levels announced in Budget 2012, which includes decreases to operating and transfer payment funds in 2013-14 and future years.

The Southern Ontario Development Program is the vehicle for delivering FedDev Ontario’s core contribution budget in 2013-14. In addition, FedDev Ontario will also administer the Community Futures Program, the Eastern Ontario Development Program, the Grant to the Corporation of the City of Brantford in 2013-14, and will continue to focus on delivery of the Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund.

In total, FedDev Ontario is estimating an increase of $4 million or 2% from its 2012-13 Main Estimates.

Significant year-over-year changes in funding:

  • A net increase of $5.9 million in transfer payments, which includes:
  • $24.8 million increase for the delivery of the Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund;
  • $1.5 million increase in grants to the Corporation of the City of Brantford; and
  • Offset by decreases of $20.0 million due to savings identified as part of the Budget 2012 Spending Review, and $0.2 million from the completion of the Economic Development Initiative.
  • A net decrease of $1.8 million in operating funds, which includes:
  • $1.1 million reduction for Strategic Operating Review commitments;
  • $0.4 million transfer to Shared Services Canada to pool existing resources from across government to consolidate and transform IT infrastructure;
  • $0.2 million reduction in statutory expenditures for the employee benefit plan due to a decrease in personnel; and
  • $0.1 million for the transfer of Audit Services to Treasury Board.

Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program

Table 126. Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program - Budgetary - Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
A Competitive Southern Ontario Economy.
Business Development 169,527,985 118,487,908 90,406,932
Technological Innovation 0 51,040,338 62,760,436
Community Economic Development 43,126,022 34,509,317 55,397,113
The following program activity supports all strategic outcomes within this organization.
Internal Services 15,107,942 14,773,024 14,248,285
Funds not allocated to the 2013-14 Program Alignment Architecture 2,697,859 0 0
Total 230,459,808 218,810,587 222,812,766

Listing of the 2013-14 Transfer Payments

Table 127. Listing of the 2013-14 Transfer Payments - Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2012-13 Estimates To Date 2013-14 Main Estimates
Grants
Grant to the Corporation of the City of Brantford 0 0 494,000 1,461,100
Total Grants 0 0 494,000 1,461,100
Contributions
Contributions under the Southern Ontario Development Program 156,667,021 162,943,318 185,943,318 144,141,318
Contributions for the Community Infrastructure Improvement Fund 0 0 24,800,000 24,800,000
Contributions under the Eastern Ontario Development Program 0 12,900,000 12,900,000 13,200,000
Contributions under the Community Futures Program 12,177,145 12,539,992 12,539,992 11,285,992
Total Contributions 168,844,166 188,383,310 236,183,310 193,427,310
Total 168,844,166 188,383,310 236,677,310 194,888,410

Finance

Raison d’être

The Department of Finance contributes to a strong economy and sound public finances for Canadians. It does so by monitoring developments in Canada and around the world to provide first-rate analysis and advice to the Government of Canada and by developing and implementing fiscal and economic policies that support the economic and social goals of Canada and its people. Finance Canada also plays a central role in ensuring that government spending is focused on results and delivers value for taxpayer dollars. The Department interacts extensively with other federal organizations and acts as an effective conduit for the views of participants in the economy from all parts of Canada.

Organizational Estimates

Figure 59. Organizational Estimates - Budgetary - Finance

The following chart presents the organizational breakdown of voted and statutory budgetary expenditures and estimates for the past three years.

Figure 60. Organizational Estimates - Non-budgetary - Finance

The following chart presents the organizational breakdown of voted and statutory non budgetary expenditures and estimates for the past three years.
Table 128. Organizational Estimates (dollars) - Finance
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2012-13 Estimates To Date 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
Budgetary
Voted
1 Operating expenditures 121,904,779 101,790,604 113,186,210 111,169,165
5 Grants and contributions 29,535,038 215,000,000 224,987,008 5,035,000
10 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 Bank for Reconstruction and Development, in respect of the Agriculture Advance Market Commitment, shall not exceed, in 2013-14, an amount of $10,000,000 and, in 2014-15, an amount of $10,000,000 0 0 1 1
Total voted 151,439,817 316,790,604 338,173,219 116,204,166
Total Statutory 83,990,490,183 85,068,814,275 84,773,946,275 87,495,637,585
Total budgetary 84,141,930,000 85,385,604,879 85,112,119,494 87,611,841,751
Non-budgetary
Voted
Pursuant to subsection 8(2) of the Bretton Woods and Related Agreements Act, the amount of financial assistance provided by the Minister of Finance for the purchase of shares of the International Bank for Reconstruction and Development shall not exceed an amount of $98,141,398 in United States dollars over the period 2011-12 to 2015-16 0 1 1 0
L15 In accordance with the Bretton Woods and Related Agreements Act, the issuance and payment of non-interest bearing, non-negotiable demand notes in an amount not to exceed $441,610,000 to the International Development Association 441,620,000 1 1 1
Authority to make payments from April 1, 2012 to March 31, 2013, under the Bretton Woods and Related Agreements Act to the International Financial Corporation in support of the Fast Start international climate change initiative in an amount not to exceed $60,278,000 0 0 1 0
Total voted 441,620,000 2 3 1
Total Statutory 63,570,333,162 20,610,640 80,888,640 1
Total non-budgetary 64,011,953,162 20,610,642 80,888,643 2

Highlights

Finance is estimating budgetary expenditures of $87.6 billion in 2013-14. Of this amount, $116.2 million requires approval by Parliament. The remaining $87.5 billion represents statutory forecasts that do not require additional approval and are provided for information only.

A spending increase of $2.2 billion from the 2012-13 Main Estimates to 2013-14 Main Estimates is due mainly to the following increases and decreases.

A net increase of $2.4 billion in statutory votes are mainly attributable to:

  • Canada Health Transfer - The increase of $1.714 billion reflects the 6% annual increased funding commitment in the September 2004 10-Year Plan to Strengthen Health Care;
  • Payments to Provinces Regarding Sales Tax Harmonization - The payment of $1.481 billion in assistance provided for under the Comprehensive Integrated Tax Coordination Agreements with Québec and Prince Edward Island ($1,467 million and $14 million respectively);
  • Fiscal Equalization - The increase of $682.7 million reflects the increase due to the 4.4% Gross Domestic Product-based escalator applied to the 2012-13 level;
  • Canada Social Transfer - The increase of $355.8 million represents the annual 3% increase announced in Budget 2007;
  • Territorial Financing - The increase of $177.6 million is a result of new and updated data entering the formula for Territorial Formula Financing;
  • Purchase of domestic coinage - The increase of $6.5 million reflects the savings identified as part of the Budget 2012 Spending Review offset by increased net redemption and administration costs estimates due to an accelerated profile of penny redemption rates. In addition, there are increased cost estimates for demand and metal prices reflective of recent growth projections for overall coinage;
  • Additional Fiscal Equalization Offset Payment to Nova Scotia - The decrease of $56.6 million is due to the decline in offshore revenues received by Nova Scotia;
  • Additional Fiscal Equalization to Nova Scotia - The decrease of $80.0 million in this program, which ensures that there is no reduction in Equalization and 2005 Offshore Accord Offset Payments due to the new formula for Equalization (2007), is due to higher growth of combined Equalization and 2005 Offshore Accord payments in the new formula compared to the formula which was in place prior to 2007;
  • Other Interest Costs - decrease of $426 million. The estimate for other interest costs has been revised down to reflect the decrease in the average long-term bond rate forecast for 2013-14, which is used to calculate interest on the public sector pension obligations pertaining to service before April 1, 2000; and
  • Interest on Unmatured Debt - Decrease of $1.3 billion. The estimate for interest on unmatured debt has been revised down to reflect the decrease in the average forecast of interest rates by private sector economists for 2013-14, consistent with the 2012 Update of Economic and Fiscal Projections.

A decrease of $210 million in Vote 5, Grants and contributions, is due to the cessation of payments to Export Development Canada for debt relief via the Paris Club.

A net increase of $9.4 million in Vote 1, Operating Expenditures is mainly attributable to:

  • redevelopment of Crown site at 90 Elgin - increase of $10.0 million;
  • government advertising programs - increase of $6.8 million;
  • collective bargaining - increase of $1.2 million;
  • savings identified as part of the Budget 2012 Spending Review - decrease of $4.2 million; and
  • a decrease of $4.4 million for sunsetting funding related to personal income tax initiatives, corporate finance and asset management, G-20 framework working group, GST technical issues, and maintaining the strength of Canada’s financial system.

Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program

Table 129. Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program - Budgetary - Finance
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
A strong economy and sound public finances for Canadians.
Transfer and Taxation Payment Programs 55,976,735,366 56,288,593,568 60,227,888,029
Treasury and Financial Affairs 28,016,246,650 28,982,000,000 27,260,500,000
Economic and Fiscal Policy Framework 93,032,942 72,940,438 73,407,718
The following program supports all strategic outcomes within this organization.
Internal Services 55,915,042 42,070,873 50,046,004
Total 84,141,930,000 85,385,604,879 87,611,841,751

Table 130. Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program - Non-budgetary - Finance
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
A strong economy and sound public finances for Canadians.
Transfer and Taxation Payment Programs 658,201,593 20,610,642 2
Treasury and Financial Affairs 63,353,751,569 0 0
Total 64,011,953,162 20,610,642 2

Listing of the 2013-14 Transfer Payments

Table 131. Listing of the 2013-14 Transfer Payments - Finance
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2012-13 Estimates To Date 2013-14 Main Estimates
Contributions
Contribution to the Harbourfront Centre 7,000,000 5,000,000 5,000,000 5,000,000
Research and Policy Initiatives Assistance 10,000 0 0 35,000
Total Contributions 7,010,000 5,000,000 5,000,000 5,035,000
Other Transfer Payments
Total Statutory 55,949,845,384 56,073,593,568 57,734,725,568 60,222,853,029
Total 55,956,855,384 56,078,593,568 57,739,725,568 60,227,888,029

Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada

Raison d’être

The Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada (FINTRAC) is Canada’s financial intelligence unit. The Centre exists to assist in the detection, prevention and deterrence of money laundering and the financing of terrorist activities. FINTRAC’s “value-added” financial intelligence products and compliance functions are a unique contribution to the public safety of Canadians and to the protection of the integrity of Canada’s financial system.

FINTRAC is an independent agency that operates at arm’s length from the law enforcement agencies and other entities to which it is authorized to disclose financial intelligence. It reports to the Minister of Finance, who is in turn accountable to Parliament for the activities of the Centre. FINTRAC was established by, and operates within, the ambit of the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act (PCMLTFA) and its regulations.

Organizational Estimates

Figure 61. Organizational Estimates - Budgetary - Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada

The following chart presents the organizational breakdown of voted and statutory budgetary expenditures and estimates for the past three years.
Table 132. Organizational Estimates (dollars) - Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2012-13 Estimates To Date 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
Budgetary
Voted
30 Program expenditures 53,165,951 46,532,305 48,345,674 45,744,322
Total voted 53,165,951 46,532,305 48,345,674 45,744,322
Total Statutory 6,062,129 5,697,939 5,697,939 5,658,585
Total budgetary 59,228,080 52,230,244 54,043,613 51,402,907

Highlights

FINTRAC’s role is to facilitate the detection, prevention and deterrence of money laundering, and terrorist activity financing by engaging in the following activities:

  • Receiving, collecting and analyzing information on suspect financial activities;
  • Disclosing tactical financial intelligence to the appropriate police service, CSIS, or other agencies designated by legislation;
  • Producing and disseminating strategic financial intelligence to inform government partners and decision makers, as well as reporting entities about money laundering and terrorist financing trends, methods and issues;
  • Ensuring compliance of reporting, record keeping and other obligations by those subject to the PCMLTFA; and
  • Enhancing public awareness and understanding of matters related to money laundering.

FINTRAC’s headquarters are located in Ottawa, with three regional offices in Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver having specific mandates related to compliance with the PCMLTFA.

FINTRAC estimates budgetary expenditures of $51.4 million in 2013-14. Of this amount, $45.7 million requires approval by Parliament. The remaining $5.7 million represents statutory forecasts that do not require additional approval and are provided for information purposes.

A net decrease of $0.8 million in planned spending, compared to the 2012-13 Main Estimates of $52.2 million, is due to the following:

  • An increase of $0.5 million related to an economic increase for personnel expenditures;
  • A decrease of $0.5 million related to the Budget 2010 funding profile which will be used to enhance the Centre’s ability to ensure compliance with the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act; and help meet new responsibilities related to tax evasion becoming a predicate offense to money laundering under Canada’s tax statutes;
  • A decrease of $0.6 million related to the savings measures announced in Budget 2012 that will be implemented in order to refocus government and programs;
  • A decrease of $0.1 million related to a transfer to Shared Services Canada; and
  • A decrease of $0.1 million related to the adjustment of contributions to employee benefit plans.

For further details regarding FINTRAC, its operations and its use of funds, please refer to the 2013-14 Reports on Plans and Priorities.

Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program

Table 133. Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program - Budgetary - Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
A Canadian financial system resistant to money laundering and terrorist financing.
Financial Intelligence Program 0 22,197,853 21,846,235
Compliance Program 0 22,197,853 21,846,235
The following program supports all strategic outcomes within this organization.
Internal Services 8,589,625 7,834,538 7,710,437
Funds not allocated to the 2013-14 Program Alignment Architecture 50,638,455 0 0
Total 59,228,080 52,230,244 51,402,907

First Nations Statistical Institute

Raison d’être

Division 49 of the Jobs, Growth and Long-term Prosperity Act announced that First Nations Statistical Institute ceased its operationsin 2012; as such no funding was provided in the 2013-14 Main Estimates.

Organizational Estimates

Figure 62. Organizational Estimates - Budgetary - First Nations Statistical Institute

The following chart presents the organizational breakdown of voted and statutory budgetary expenditures and estimates for the past three years.
Table 134. Organizational Estimates (dollars) - First Nations Statistical Institute
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2012-13 Estimates To Date 2013-14 Main Estimates
Budgetary
Voted
Payments to the First Nations Statistical Institute for operating expenditures 3,957,000 5,000,000 5,000,000 0
Total voted 3,957,000 5,000,000 5,000,000 0
Total budgetary 3,957,000 5,000,000 5,000,000 0

Highlights

Not applicable

Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program

Table 135. Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program - Budgetary - First Nations Statistical Institute
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
First Nations, governments and other interested parties will have accurate, and relevant statistical information and analysis on the fiscal, economic and social conditions of First Nations.
Data Gathering and Analysis 0 1,775,000 0
Sound Quality and Practices 0 1,525,000 0
Outreach 0 925,000 0
The following program supports all strategic outcomes within this organization.
Internal Services 0 775,000 0
Funds not allocated to the 2013-14 Program Alignment Architecture 3,957,000 0 0
Total 3,957,000 5,000,000 0

Fisheries and Oceans

Raison d’être

Fisheries and Oceans Canada supports strong economic growth in our marine and fisheries sectors and contributes to a prosperous economy through global commerce by supporting exports and advancing safe maritime trade. The department supports the innovation needed for a knowledge-based economy through research in expanding sectors such as aquaculture and biotechnology. The department contributes to a clean and healthy environment and sustainable aquatic ecosystems for Canadians through habitat protection, oceans management, and ecosystems research. A safe and secure Canada relies on the maritime security, safe navigation, a presence in our waters, and the effective search and rescue services that the Canadian Coast Guard provides. The Minister of Fisheries and Oceans is responsible for this organization.

Organizational Estimates

Figure 63. Organizational Estimates - Budgetary - Fisheries and Oceans

The following chart presents the organizational breakdown of voted and statutory budgetary expenditures and estimates for the past three years.
Table 136. Organizational Estimates (dollars) - Fisheries and Oceans
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2012-13 Estimates To Date 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
Budgetary
Voted
1 Operating expenditures 1,313,593,490 1,157,765,136 1,199,773,723 1,119,719,113
5 Capital expenditures 299,588,070 313,588,752 332,766,395 360,102,196
10 Grants and contributions 128,647,360 61,785,992 88,932,881 59,091,192
Total voted 1,741,828,920 1,533,139,880 1,621,472,999 1,538,912,501
Total Statutory 139,053,847 132,667,169 132,667,169 129,976,884
Total budgetary 1,880,882,767 1,665,807,049 1,754,140,168 1,668,889,385

Highlights

Fisheries and Oceans Canada has three mandated strategic outcomes, which are:

  • economically prosperous maritime sectors and fisheries;
  • sustainable aquatic ecosystems; and,
  • safe and secure waters.

For 2013-14, Fisheries and Oceans Canada has established four organizational priorities which will enable the Department to carry out its mandate effectively and efficiently. These priorities are as follows:

  • renewing Canadian Coast Guard assets and service delivery;
  • advancing management and operational excellence;
  • aligning legislative and regulatory frameworks to support prosperity and sustainability; and,
  • improving fisheries management.

Fisheries and Oceans Canada is estimating budgetary expenditures of $1.7 billion in 2013-14. Of this amount, $1.5 billion requires approval by Parliament. The remaining $130 million represents statutory forecasts that do not require additional approval and are provided for information purposes. Compared to the 2012-13, Main Estimates have increased by $3.1 million. Major changes include:

  • an increase of $76.7 million for Canadian Coast Guard vessel life extensions and mid-life modernizations;
  • an increase of $19.9 million for the acquisition of offshore science vessels and the fleet procurement program;
  • a decrease of $37.9 million related to Strategic Review measures, as announced in Budget 2011;
  • a decrease of $23.0 million related to the acquisition of mid-shore patrol vessels;
  • a decrease of $16.7 million related to the completion of the implementation of the New Aquaculture Initiative; and,
  • a decrease of $13.4 million related to savings identified as part of the Budget 2012 Spending Review.

For additional information, please see the Report on Plans and Priorities.

Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program

Table 137. Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program - Budgetary - Fisheries and Oceans
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
Safe and Secure Waters.
Fleet Operational Readiness 416,939,960 417,813,261 477,114,152
Shore-Based Asset Readiness 118,379,862 113,181,753 109,646,331
Marine Communications and Traffic Services 46,952,433 47,421,628 45,502,287
Search and Rescue Services 39,712,535 35,045,418 34,173,775
Hydrographic Products and Services 30,904,950 26,944,927 26,590,333
Canadian Coast Guard College 14,526,940 10,930,687 10,912,075
Ocean Forecasting 14,460,688 14,303,315 9,547,026
Maritime Security 6,399,627 9,513,527 8,337,583
Economically Prosperous Maritime Sectors and Fisheries.
Integrated Fisheries Management 138,610,832 111,611,843 144,397,270
Small Craft Harbours 163,627,785 106,843,925 97,933,771
Aboriginal Strategies and Governance 104,914,738 57,111,212 56,875,763
Marine Navigation 5,415,239 42,898,639 42,360,512
Salmonid Enhancement Program 30,181,277 29,975,250 29,688,187
Sustainable Aquaculture Program 36,827,306 37,018,527 20,674,443
International Engagement 14,788,564 15,435,879 14,972,643
Aquatic Animal Health 6,298,859 5,889,235 5,772,301
Biotechnology and Genomics 3,446,084 3,709,325 3,576,752
Climate Change Adaptation Program 0 0 3,119,554
Territorial Delineation 5,362,888 2,056,105 2,180,095
Sustainable Aquatic Ecosystems.
Compliance and Enforcement 116,320,563 108,432,219 105,381,968
Fisheries Protection 61,606,990 58,748,617 58,417,049
Oceans Management 38,685,118 32,269,264 30,062,652
Species at Risk Management 26,214,362 17,210,272 23,641,311
Aquatic Invasive Species 11,525,150 11,007,192 10,849,691
Environmental Response Services 10,906,905 10,594,352 10,346,850
The following program supports all strategic outcomes within this organization.
Internal Services 336,669,563 295,908,658 286,815,011
Funds not allocated to the 2013-14 Program Alignment Architecture 81,203,549 43,932,019 0
Total 1,880,882,767 1,665,807,049 1,668,889,385

Listing of the 2013-14 Transfer Payments

Table 138. Listing of the 2013-14 Transfer Payments - Fisheries and Oceans
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2012-13 Estimates To Date 2013-14 Main Estimates
Grants
Grant Program for the disposal of small craft harbours 8,442,987 500,000 500,000 500,000
Grants for the Disposal of Surplus Lighthouses 0 500,000 500,000 500,000
Grants to support organizations associated with research, development, management, and promotion of fisheries and oceans-related issues 245,864 238,000 385,000 238,000
Total Grants 8,688,851 1,238,000 1,385,000 1,238,000
Contributions
Contributions to support increased Native participation in commercial fisheries, cooperative fisheries management arrangements and consultations respecting Aboriginal fisheries agreements 63,842,191 26,729,300 48,486,674 26,729,300
Contributions under the Aboriginal Aquatic Resource and Oceans Management Program 21,423,845 14,363,000 17,187,750 14,363,000
Contributions to support the Small Craft Harbours Class Contribution Program 737,073 500,000 3,043,500 5,500,000
Contribution agreements to permit the Canadian Coast Guard Auxiliary (CCGA) Associations to carry out authorized activities related to maritime Search and Rescue (SAR) operations, SAR prevention and other safety related activities 5,020,000 4,921,000 5,091,000 5,021,000
Contribution to support the economic viability and long term sustainability of the Quebec and Atlantic Canada lobster fishery (Atlantic Lobster Sustainability Measures) 20,644,450 7,800,000 7,800,000 4,800,000
Contribution to the Pacific Salmon Foundation 379,312 962,000 962,000 962,000
Contributions to support organizations associated with research, development, management, and promotion of fisheries and oceans-related issues 616,951 341,192 361,192 241,192
Contribution to the Salmon Sub-Committee of the Yukon Fish and Wildlife Management Board for implementing responsibilities pursuant to comprehensive land claim settlements 215,935 231,500 231,500 236,700
Total Contributions 112,879,757 55,847,992 83,163,616 57,853,192
Total 121,568,608 57,085,992 84,548,616 59,091,192

Foreign Affairs and International Trade

Raison d’être

The Ministers of Foreign Affairs and International Trade (DFAIT) are responsible for this organization. DFAIT is responsible for the conduct of Canada’s international affairs, including international trade and commerce. It advances Canada’s interests internationally, shapes Canada’s responses to international issues and events, manages bilateral and multilateral relationships, and delivers programs worldwide. It provides commercial, consular and passport services to Canadians at home and abroad and manages Canada’s global network of missions in 105 countries, which serves as the Government of Canada’s international platform.

Organizational Estimates

Figure 64. Organizational Estimates - Budgetary - Foreign Affairs and International Trade

The following chart presents the organizational breakdown of voted and statutory budgetary expenditures and estimates for the past three years.

Figure 65. Organizational Estimates - Non-budgetary - Foreign Affairs and International Trade

The following chart presents the organizational breakdown of voted and statutory non budgetary expenditures and estimates for the past three years.
Table 139. Organizational Estimates (dollars) - Foreign Affairs and International Trade
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2012-13 Estimates To Date 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
Budgetary
Voted
1 Operating expenditures 1,358,450,363 1,332,183,796 1,284,306,211 1,232,954,584
5 Capital expenditures 167,282,401 199,241,160 305,808,580 165,509,939
10 Grants and contributions 781,849,465 848,276,509 822,926,510 695,653,651
15 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, including premiums, contributions, benefit payments, fees and other expenditures made in respect of employees locally engaged outside Canada and for such other persons, as Treasury Board determines 59,841,306 50,779,000 72,668,001 65,380,000
Total voted 2,367,423,535 2,430,480,465 2,485,709,302 2,159,498,174
Total Statutory 115,042,031 151,651,082 151,651,082 152,150,420
Total budgetary 2,482,465,566 2,582,131,547 2,637,360,384 2,311,648,594
Non-budgetary
Voted
Working capital advance for loans and advances to personnel working or engaged abroad in accordance with Vote L12c, Appropriation Act No. 1, 1971. Limit $38,200,000 (Net) 291,125 0 0 0
Working capital advance for advances to posts abroad in accordance with Vote 630, Appropriation Act No. 2, 1954, amended by Vote L12, Appropriation Act No. 3, 1989—90. Limit $500,000,000 (Net) 1,564,333 0 0 0
Total voted 1,855,458 0 0 0
Total non-budgetary 1,855,458 0 0 0

Highlights

Foreign Affairs and International Trade is estimating budgetary expenditures of $2.3 billion in 2013-14. Of this amount $2.2 billion requires approval by Parliament. The remaining $152.2 million represents statutory forecasts that do not require additional approval and are provided for information purposes.

The net overall decrease in budgetary expenditures from 2012-13 Main Estimates is $270.5 million. Factors contributing to this decrease include:

  • an increase of $20 million to support Canada’s engagement in Afghanistan for security, detainee monitoring and counter-narcotics;
  • an increase of $15 million to cover payments for pension, insurance and social security programs for employees locally engaged outside of Canada;
  • an increase of $5 million for the Office of Religious Freedom which acknowledges the importance Canada attaches to the right to freedom of religion or belief in the international context;
  • an increase of $3 million for the International Science and Technology Partnership Program;
  • an increase of $2 million for the International Civil Aviation Organization;
  • a decrease of $118 million in accordance with savings identified as part of the Budget 2012 Spending Review;
  • a decrease of $132 million due to the sunsetting of funds for the Global Peace and Security Fund and its related subprograms;
  • a net decrease of $25 million due to the renewal of sunsetting funds related to the Global Partnership Program;
  • a decrease of $17 million in other government department funding for positions abroad;
  • a net decrease of $5 million for the closure of the International Centre for Human Rights and Democratic Development;
  • a decrease of $5 million for changes in the cost of assessed contributions; and
  • a decrease of $4 million for the transfer of funding to Shared Services Canada.

Like other federal government organizations, Foreign Affairs and International Trade faces budget constraints. The department has been examining how it can improve its alignment with government policy and management priorities, and looking at more efficient ways of doing business and delivering services. The department has also taken steps to address the cumulative impact of successive rounds of government-wide reduction exercises. In managing these reductions, the department has rigorously examined its programs for efficiency, effectiveness and continued relevance to government priorities.

Foreign Affairs and International Trade will continue to focus on advancing the government’s Global Commerce Strategy and international prosperity and security agenda. These priorities include:

  • expanding trade and opening new markets for Canadian businesses;
  • continuing to reinforce an already robust Canada-US relationship;
  • promoting democracy and respect for human rights and contributing to effective global governance and international security;
  • implementing Canada’s Arctic foreign policy; and
  • modernizing consular services.

Please refer to the departments’ 2013-14 Report on Plans and Priorities.

Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program

Table 140. Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program - Budgetary - Foreign Affairs and International Trade
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
The international agenda is shaped to Canada's benefit and advantage in accordance with Canadian interests and values.
Diplomacy and Advocacy 1,063,589,745 1,134,759,583 928,211,597
International Policy Advice and Integration 99,300,160 100,601,022 77,104,515
The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade maintains a mission network of infrastructure and services to enable the Government of Canada to achieve its international priorities.
Governance, Strategic Direction and Common Service Delivery 654,591,115 668,570,708 650,086,910
Government of Canada Benefits 212,015,924 196,911,195 201,565,520
Canadians are satisfied with commercial, consular and passport services.
International Commerce 167,454,635 163,400,088 154,135,951
Passport Canada 19,528,819 67,653,555 70,373,000
Consular Services and Emergency Management 67,959,797 57,406,219 46,582,770
The following program supports all strategic outcomes within this organization.
Internal Services 198,025,371 192,829,177 183,588,331
Total 2,482,465,566 2,582,131,547 2,311,648,594

Table 141. Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program - Non-budgetary - Foreign Affairs and International Trade
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade maintains a mission network of infrastructure and services to enable the Government of Canada to achieve its international priorities.
Governance, Strategic Direction and Common Service Delivery 1,855,458 0 0
Total 1,855,458 0 0

Listing of the 2013-14 Transfer Payments

Table 142. Listing of the 2013-14 Transfer Payments - Foreign Affairs and International Trade
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2012-13 Estimates To Date 2013-14 Main Estimates
Grants
Global Partnership Program for the destruction, disposal and securing of weapons and materials of mass destruction and related expertise 0 0 0 25,800,000
Grants in lieu of taxes on diplomatic, consular and international organizations' property in Canada in accordance with terms and conditions approved by the Governor in Council 13,378,864 13,516,000 13,516,000 13,516,000
Grants for Counter-Terrorism Capacity Building Program 7,970,000 8,920,000 8,920,000 8,920,000
Grants for the Anti-Crime Capacity Building Program 10,213,286 9,000,000 9,000,000 7,000,000
Grants in aid of academic relations 5,083,956 9,910,000 9,910,000 5,510,000
Annual host-country financial support for the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity 956,265 1,114,294 1,114,294 1,135,056
Religious Freedom Fund Program 0 0 500,000 500,000
United Nations Voluntary Fund for Victims of Torture 59,832 60,000 60,000 60,000
United Nations Trust Fund on Indigenous Issues 30,000 30,000 30,000 30,000
Foreign Service Community Association 25,000 25,000 25,000 25,000
Total Voted Grants 37,717,203 42,575,294 43,075,294 62,496,056
Total Statutory 87,774 250,000 250,000 250,000
Total Grants 37,804,977 42,825,294 43,325,294 62,746,056
Contributions
Payments of Assessed Contributions to International Organizations:
United Nations peacekeeping operations (US$222,294,263) 227,422,089 228,032,173 228,032,173 216,632,173
United Nations Organization (US$92,233,320) 83,512,244 104,820,025 104,820,025 103,150,241
North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) - civil administration (24,143,140 Euro) 23,891,889 27,874,866 27,874,866 27,874,866
Food and Agriculture Organization (US$8,390,917) (6,451,386 Euro) 16,560,365 16,554,410 16,554,410 16,427,358
World Health Organization (US$15,624,729) 15,225,546 14,596,982 14,596,982 15,207,072
International Atomic Energy Agency (9,360,227 Euro) (US$2,639,905) 13,739,122 14,432,564 14,432,564 14,432,564
International Labour Organization (12,189,579 Swiss Francs) 12,456,949 14,125,981 14,125,981 13,228,093
International Organization of La Francophonie (9,836,209 Euro) 13,436,602 13,964,466 13,964,466 12,250,998
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (8,810,442 Euro) 11,523,208 12,095,922 12,095,922 12,095,922
Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (8,213,050 Euro) 10,774,261 11,935,957 11,935,957 11,935,957
United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (US$4,729,066) (5,447,553 Euro) 11,702,264 12,369,276 12,369,276 11,815,247
Organization of American States (US$9,776,099) 17,484,284 9,570,777 9,570,777 9,625,467
International Criminal Court (5,713,440 Euro) 6,836,241 8,167,677 8,167,677 8,167,677
World Trade Organization (5,727,964 Swiss Francs) 6,255,525 6,969,787 6,969,787 6,969,787
Commonwealth Secretariat (3,313,124 Pounds Sterling) 5,012,428 5,313,919 5,313,919 5,313,919
Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization (US$1,598,245) (2,141,594 Euro) 3,861,281 4,187,910 4,187,910 4,187,910
Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (2,532,351 Euro) 2,806,435 3,332,412 3,332,412 3,332,412
Inter-American Institute for Cooperation on Agriculture (US$3,293,339) 3,322,281 3,227,472 3,227,472 3,245,915
International Civil Aviation Organization 2,132,459 2,120,575 2,120,575 2,120,575
Roosevelt Campobello International Park Commission (US$1,626,900) 1,480,512 1,525,860 1,525,860 1,525,860
International Energy Agency (979,111 Euro) 1,122,615 1,360,121 1,360,121 1,360,121
Commonwealth Youth Program (729,510 Pounds Sterling) 967,093 1,306,987 1,306,987 1,145,477
Commonwealth Foundation (704,522 Pounds Sterling) 1,130,988 1,100,233 1,100,233 1,106,241
United Nations framework Convention on Climate Change (507,267 Euro) 1,037,258 1,077,289 1,077,289 1,077,289
International Tribunal for the Law of the Sea (449,430 Euro) 558,889 614,674 614,674 614,674
Nuclear Energy Agency of the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (467,698 Euro) 523,550 603,628 603,628 603,628
World Intellectual Property Organization (455,790 Swiss Francs) 493,666 554,605 554,605 540,203
World Customs Organization (360,817 Euro) 504,539 514,413 514,413 514,413
Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation Secretariat (US$689,768) 535,532 505,141 505,141 505,141
Convention on Biological Diversity (US$502,576) 487,120 497,069 497,069 497,069
Peace Implementation Council (248,240 Euro) 396,952 404,359 404,359 404,359
Non-proliferation, Arms Control and Disarmament (US$221,413) 190,146 400,305 400,305 400,305
International Maritime Organization (216,756 Pounds Sterling) 322,385 347,655 347,655 347,655
International Seabed Authority (US$305,733) 274,371 272,769 272,769 272,769
Basel Convention on the Control of Transboundary Movements of Hazardous Wastes and their Disposal (US$181,657) 186,698 200,172 200,172 200,172
Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (US$206,614) 181,390 192,840 192,840 192,840
Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development Centre for Education and Research (132,409 Euro) 179,822 183,189 183,189 183,189
The Vienna Convention and its Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer (US$32,978) 292,208 153,130 153,130 153,130
Wassenaar Arrangement (71,942 Euro) 88,195 100,078 100,078 100,078
Rotterdam Convention on the Prior Informed Consent Procedure for Certain Hazardous Chemicals and Pesticides in International Trade (US$93,706) 88,629 87,459 87,459 87,459
Permanent Court of Arbitration (51,713 Euro) 56,453 73,417 73,417 73,417
Secrétariat technique permanent des conférences ministérielles de l’éducation, de la jeunesse et des sports des pays d’expression française (57,341 CFA) 108,362 68,846 68,846 68,846
International Commodity Organizations (25,317 Euro) 33,351 35,942 35,942 35,942
International Fact Finding Commission (14,294 Swiss Francs) 10,609 17,393 17,393 17,393
Contributions under the Global Partnership Program for the destruction, disposal and securing of weapons and materials of mass destruction and related expertise 92,865,815 87,580,000 87,580,000 37,690,000
Investment Cooperation Program 3,780,281 20,000,000 20,000,000 20,000,000
Canada Fund for Local Initiatives 0 14,700,000 19,700,000 14,700,000
Contribution for Counter-Terrorism Capacity Building Program 8,949,056 8,900,000 8,900,000 8,900,000
Projects and development activities resulting from Summits of La Francophonie 8,263,318 8,000,000 8,000,000 8,000,000
International Science and Technology Partnership Program 2,002,140 3,150,000 3,150,000 6,350,000
Global Commerce Support Program 5,683,880 6,037,363 6,037,363 6,037,363
Afghanistan Counter-Narcotics Program 12,000,000 0 6,000,000 6,000,000
Contributions for the Anti-Crime Capacity Building Program 26,145,282 12,187,500 12,187,500 5,251,782
Religious Freedom Fund Program 0 0 3,750,000 3,750,000
Annual Voluntary Contribution to the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime 0 0 0 3,450,000
Contributions in Aid of Academic Relations 15,360,197 8,007,627 8,007,627 1,607,627
Northern Dimension of Canada's Foreign Policy 495,062 1,000,000 1,000,000 700,000
International environmental agreements 678,121 679,000 679,000 679,000
Total Contributions 675,429,958 696,132,215 710,882,215 633,157,595
Total 713,234,935 738,957,509 754,207,509 695,903,651

Governor General

Raison d’être

The Office of the Secretary to the Governor General (Office) provides support and advice to the Governor General of Canada in his/her unique role as the representative of The Queen in Canada as well as commander-in-chief. The Office assists the Governor General in carrying out constitutional responsibilities, in representing Canada in ternationally, and in encouraging excellence and achievement through the administration of the of the Canadian Honours System and in the granting of armorial bearings.

The Office also supports the Governor General in bringing Canadians together. It manages a visitor services program at both of the Governor General’s official residences and oversees the day-to-day operations of these residences. The Office also provides support to former Governors General.

Organizational Estimates

Figure 66. Organizational Estimates - Budgetary - Governor General

The following chart presents the organizational breakdown of voted and statutory budgetary expenditures and estimates for the past three years.
Table 143. Organizational Estimates (dollars) - Governor General
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2012-13 Estimates To Date 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
Budgetary
Voted
1 Program expenditures 18,898,965 17,016,341 17,016,341 17,126,153
Total voted 18,898,965 17,016,341 17,016,341 17,126,153
Total Statutory 2,828,426 2,767,028 2,767,028 2,921,778
Total budgetary 21,727,391 19,783,369 19,783,369 20,047,931

Highlights

The Office of the Secretary to the Governor General is estimating budgetary expenditures of $20.0 million in 2013-14. Of this amount, $17.1 million requires approval by Parliament. The remaining $2.9 million represents statutory forecasts that do not require additional approval and are provided for information purposes only.

The increase from the previous year is the result of a statutory amendment to the Governor General's Act (R.S., 1985, c. G-9) section 4, adjustments to annuities paid to former Governors General ((R.S.C.,1985, c. G-9) section 6 and 7) and collective agreements.

Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program

Table 144. Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program - Budgetary - Governor General
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
The Governor General, representing The Queen in Canada, is enabled to fulfill constitutional, state, ceremonial and public duties.
Governor General Support 13,943,281 14,115,401 13,908,848
The following program supports all strategic outcomes within this organization.
Internal Services 7,784,110 5,667,968 6,139,083
Total 21,727,391 19,783,369 20,047,931

Hazardous Materials Information Review Commission

Raison d’être

The Minister of Health is responsible for this organization.

The Hazardous Materials Information Review Commission provides a single mechanism under federal, provincial and territorial legislation to protect the trade secrets of companies that supply or use hazardous materials, and to ensure that Canadian workers who handle such materials have all the information they need to do so safely.

Organizational Estimates

Figure 67. Organizational Estimates - Budgetary - Hazardous Materials Information Review Commission

The following chart presents the organizational breakdown of voted and statutory budgetary expenditures and estimates for the past three years.
Table 145. Organizational Estimates (dollars) - Hazardous Materials Information Review Commission
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2012-13 Estimates To Date 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
Budgetary
Voted
35 Program expenditures 3,937,785 3,926,155 3,946,155 3,243,543
Total voted 3,937,785 3,926,155 3,946,155 3,243,543
Total Statutory 593,184 596,596 596,596 489,312
Total budgetary 4,530,969 4,522,751 4,542,751 3,732,855

Highlights

The Hazardous Materials Information Review Commission is estimating budgetary expenditures of $3.7 million in 2013-14. Of this amount, $3.2 million requires approval by Parliament. The remaining $489.3 thousand represents statutory forecasts that do not require additional approval and are provided for information purposes.

As a result of savings identified as part of the Budget 2012 Spending Review, the Hazardous Materials Information Review Commission’s main estimates amount of $3.7 million represents a reduction of $0.8 million over the previous fiscal year 2012-13. It is foreseen that effective April 1st, 2013, the Commission’s program and resources will be transferred to Health Canada and therefore the Hazardous Materials Information Review Commission will cease to exist as a separate entity. A Report on Plans and Priorities will not be published for fiscal year 2013-14.

Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program

Table 146. Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program - Budgetary - Hazardous Materials Information Review Commission
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
Chemical trade secrets are protected and required health and safety information in Canadian workplaces is compliant.
Statutory Decisions and Compliant Information 2,192,007 2,804,106 2,822,150
Stakeholder Engagement and Strategic Partnerships 427,293 542,730 546,223
The following program supports all strategic outcomes within this organization.
Internal Services 1,911,669 1,175,915 364,482
Total 4,530,969 4,522,751 3,732,855

Health

Raison d’être

Health Canada plays various roles that help Canadians to maintain and improve their health and contribute to strengthening Canada's record as a country with one of the healthiest populations in the world. The Minister of Health is responsible for this organization.

Organizational Estimates

Figure 68. Organizational Estimates - Budgetary - Health

The following chart presents the organizational breakdown of voted and statutory budgetary expenditures and estimates for the past three years.
Table 147. Organizational Estimates (dollars) - Health
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2012-13 Estimates To Date 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
Budgetary
Voted
1 Operating expenditures 2,016,186,192 1,742,384,732 1,962,492,571 1,716,556,576
5 Capital expenditures 32,940,862 28,158,000 35,195,301 28,640,700
10 Grants and contributions 1,511,881,318 1,442,232,917 1,523,290,412 1,420,761,830
Total voted 3,561,008,372 3,212,775,649 3,520,978,284 3,165,959,106
Total Statutory 225,291,314 135,025,461 135,025,461 126,248,324
Total budgetary 3,786,299,686 3,347,801,110 3,656,003,745 3,292,207,430

Highlights

With authorities of $3.3 billion presented in the Main Estimates, Health Canada will continue improving the lives of all Canadians, making this country's population among the healthiest in the world as measured by longevity, lifestyle and effective use of the public health care system. Health Canada’s net spending for 2013-14 will decrease by $55.6 million from the previous year’s Main Estimates.

The major changes are:

  • An increase of $64.9 million for the renewal of funding to implement the Indian Residential Schools Settlement Agreement including the provision of mental health and emotional support services;
  • An increase of $48.0 million due to the 3% First Nations and Inuit Envelope Growth;
  • An increase of $26.7 million to continue to support the implementation of the First Nations Water and Wastewater Action Plan;
  • An increase of $20.0 million due to funding for the Brain Canada Foundation to support neuroscience research to advance knowledge for the treatment of brain disorders;
  • A decrease of $133.3 million due to savings identified as part of the Budget 2012 Spending Review;
  • A decrease of $32.2 million due to the sunsetting of 5-year funding which was used to accelerate tripartite negotiations in British Columbia;
  • A decrease of $16.6 million due to the sunsetting of 5-year funding for the Official Languages Health Contribution Program;
  • A decrease of $15.2 million due to the transfer to the Public Health Agency of Canada for the International Health Grants Program;
  • A decrease of $8.7 million due to the sunsetting of 6-year funding for the Indian Residential Schools Resolution Health Support Program as a component of the Settlement Agreement to address the Indian Residential Schools Legacy; and
  • A decrease of $8.6 million due to the sunsetting of 3-year funding which was used to support the defence of Canada against third-party claims in tobacco litigation.

Once tabled in the House of Commons, additional information will be available in the departmental Report on Plans and Priorities.

Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program

Table 148. Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program - Budgetary - Health
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
First Nations and Inuit communities and individuals receive health services and benefits that are responsive to their needs so as to improve their health status.
Supplementary Health Benefits for First Nations and Inuit 1,111,497,049 1,006,865,011 1,017,260,925
First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care 949,048,229 891,744,330 954,094,539
Health Infrastructure Support for First Nations and Inuit 351,559,090 272,123,211 231,648,633
Health risks and benefits associated with food, products, substances, and environmental factors are appropriately managed and communicated to Canadians.
Health Products 177,232,253 158,923,249 156,037,552
Environmental Risks to Health 105,098,576 115,409,025 109,816,852
Substance Use and Abuse 123,029,291 130,998,790 84,926,070
Food Safety and Nutrition 67,876,527 52,621,895 51,402,965
Pesticides 46,821,505 39,006,902 40,442,256
Consumer Product and Workplace Chemical Safety 27,660,103 33,411,735 30,713,667
Radiation Protection 14,034,921 7,367,117 14,963,096
A health system responsive to the needs of Canadians.
Canadian Health System Policy 371,307,898 299,520,516 294,238,083
Official Language Minority Community Development 38,954,051 39,940,601 23,752,874
Specialized Health Services 22,342,044 21,712,867 21,939,744
The following program supports all strategic outcomes within this organization.
Internal Services 379,838,149 278,155,861 260,970,174
Total 3,786,299,686 3,347,801,110 3,292,207,430

Listing of the 2013-14 Transfer Payments

Table 149. Listing of the 2013-14 Transfer Payments - Health
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2012-13 Estimates To Date 2013-14 Main Estimates
Grants
Grant to the Canadian Agency for Drugs and Technologies in Health 18,903,967 16,903,967 16,903,967 16,396,848
Grant to support the Mental Health Commission of Canada 15,000,000 15,000,000 15,000,000 14,550,000
Grant to the Government of Nunavut for the Territorial Health System Sustainability Initiative 14,533,333 14,533,333 14,533,333 14,533,333
Grant to the Health Council of Canada 5,072,160 10,000,000 10,000,000 8,000,000
Grant to the Government of Yukon for the Territorial Health System Sustainability Initiative 7,933,333 7,933,333 7,933,333 7,933,333
Grant to the Canadian Patient Safety Institute 8,000,000 8,000,000 8,000,000 7,760,000
Grant to the Government of Northwest Territories for the Territorial Health System Sustainability Initiative 7,533,334 7,533,334 7,533,334 7,533,334
Grant to the Canadian Blood Services: Blood Safety and Effectiveness Research and Development 5,000,000 5,000,000 5,000,000 5,000,000
Grant to the Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse 3,750,000 3,750,000 3,750,000 3,562,500
Total Grants 85,726,127 88,653,967 88,653,967 85,269,348
Contributions
Contributions for First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care 698,521,456 665,276,338 726,773,386 718,968,928
Contributions for First Nations and Inuit Health Infrastructure Support 263,397,373 244,230,222 268,235,522 212,904,240
Contributions for First Nations and Inuit Supplementary Health Benefits 187,122,431 165,638,602 199,020,122 169,103,887
Contribution to the Canadian Institute for Health Information 0 0 0 79,293,913
Contribution to the Canadian Partnership Against Cancer 0 50,000,000 50,000,000 48,500,000
Health Care Policy Contribution Program 22,672,338 33,411,500 34,411,500 34,504,000
Official Languages Health Contribution Program 37,926,845 38,300,000 38,300,000 23,000,000
Canada Brain Research Fund to Advance Knowledge for the Treatment of Brain Disorders 10,000,000 0 10,000,000 20,000,000
Drug Treatment Funding Program 27,702,134 25,686,994 25,686,994 13,200,514
Drug Strategy Community Initiatives Fund 10,072,244 11,515,000 11,515,000 9,587,000
Contribution to strengthen Canada's organs and tissues donation and transplantation system 3,580,000 3,580,000 3,580,000 3,580,000
Women's Health Contributions Program 2,857,500 2,850,000 2,850,000 2,850,000
Total Contributions 1,263,852,321 1,240,488,656 1,370,372,524 1,335,492,482
Total 1,349,578,448 1,329,142,623 1,459,026,491 1,420,761,830

House of Commons

Raison d’être

The House of Commons is the elected assembly of the Parliament of Canada. The House has 308 Members who work on behalf of Canadians in four main areas - the Chamber, committees, caucus and their constituencies - and as representatives of Canada. Proudly supporting the House of Commons and its Members, the House Administration provides Members with the services, infrastructure and advice they need to carry out their work as legislators and representatives. The Speaker of the House of Commons is responsible for this organization.

Organizational Estimates

Figure 69. Organizational Estimates - Budgetary - House of Commons

The following chart presents the organizational breakdown of voted and statutory budgetary expenditures and estimates for the past three years.
Table 150. Organizational Estimates (dollars) - House of Commons
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2012-13 Estimates To Date 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
Budgetary
Voted
5 Program expenditures 274,982,549 290,903,894 307,991,350 280,785,349
Total voted 274,982,549 290,903,894 307,991,350 280,785,349
Total Statutory 152,252,357 155,031,139 155,031,139 147,985,344
Total budgetary 427,234,906 445,935,033 463,022,489 428,770,693

Highlights

The House of Commons is estimating budgetary expenditures of $428.8 million in 2013-14. Of this amount, $280.8 million requires approval by Parliament. The remaining $148.0 million represents statutory forecasts that do not require additional approval and are provided for information purposes.

The budget reduction is mostly attributable to the Strategic and Operating Review.

Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program

Table 151. Expenditures by Strategic Outcome and Program - Budgetary - House of Commons
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2013-14 Main Estimates
Note: Additional details by organization are available on the Treasury Board Secretariat website - www.tbs-sct.gc.ca.
Effective administrative and professional support for Members, both individually and collectively, in their roles as legislators and representatives of 308 constituencies, in the Chamber, in committee and in caucus.
Members and House Officers 253,614,322 266,521,726 255,649,955
House Administration 173,620,584 179,413,307 173,120,738
Total 427,234,906 445,935,033 428,770,693

Listing of the 2013-14 Transfer Payments

Table 152. Listing of the 2013-14 Transfer Payments - House of Commons
  2011-12 Expenditures 2012-13 Main Estimates 2012-13 Estimates To Date 2013-14 Main Estimates
Contributions
Payments to Parliamentary and Procedural Associations 886,467 940,055 940,055 938,549
Total Contributions 886,467 940,055 940,055 938,549
Total 886,467 940,055 940,055 938,549