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Footnotes

i.   The information in this table can be found in Budget 2010: Leading the Way on Jobs and Growth, p. 199.

ii.  The total spending amounts include internal services. Internal services are groups of related activities and resources that are administered to support the needs of programs and other corporate obligations of an organization. These groups include only those activities and resources that apply across an organization and not those provided specifically to a program.

iii. The total spending amounts include internal services.

iv. The Work-Sharing program is partially funded under Canada's Economic Action Plan.

v. The 10 countries compared in the study were Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Italy, Japan, Mexico, the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and the United States.

vi. The total spending amounts include internal services.

vii. This means completing a certificate (including a trade certificate) or diploma from an educational institution beyond the secondary level, including certificates from a vocational school, apprenticeship training, community college, CEGEP (Collège d'enseignement général et professionnel), and nursing school. Also included are certificates below a bachelor's degree obtained at a university.

viii. This means attaining at least a university bachelor's degree

ix. The total spending amounts include internal services.

x. Data for the period between 2004 and 2007 were used for stations where data were not available at the time of publication (Quebec, Manitoba, British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan, Prince Edward Island and Yukon).

xi. Improved status indicates that the species is either no longer at risk or is in a lower risk category.

xii. Declining status indicates that the species was placed into a higher risk category.

xiii. The total spending amounts include internal services.

xiv.The ranking is among the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development countries.

xv. The total spending amounts include internal services.

xvi. The Insured Mortgage Purchase Program is funded under Canada's Economic Action Plan.

xvii. The total spending amounts include internal services.

xviii. The total spending amounts include internal services.

xix. The difference between planned and actual spending in this outcome area can largely be attributed to the realignment of the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation's program activities to the outcome area of a diverse society that promotes linguistic duality and social inclusion.

xx. The total spending amounts include internal services.

xxi. The increase in spending can be attributed to the realignment of program activities of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada and the Canadian Mortgage and Housing Corporation to this outcome area.

xxii. The total spending amounts include internal services.

xxiii. The total spending amounts include internal services.

xxiv. This increase of 25 per cent is mainly attributable to Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada receiving additional authorities under the outcome area of a prosperous Canada through global commerce.

xxv. The total spending amounts include internal services.

xxvi. The total spending amounts include internal services.

xxvii. The total spending amounts include internal services.

xxviii. The total spending amounts include internal services.

xxix. This increase is largely attributable to the forgiveness of non-budgetary loans pursuant to section 23(3) of the Export Development Act.

xxx. The total spending amounts include internal services.

xxxi. The increase in spending for 2009-10 is largely attributable to the forgiveness of non-budgetary loans pursuant to section 23(3) of the Export Development Act.

xxxii. Total spending amounts include internal services.

xxxiii. The increase in spending for 2009-10 is largely attributable to the forgiveness of non-budgetary loans pursuant to section 23(3) of the Export Development Act.

xxxiv. The total spending amounts include internal services.

xxxv. The total spending amounts include internal services.

xxxvi. The total spending amounts include internal services.


Endnotes

1.  The Government of Canada Planning and Performance Gateway.

2.  Overview of Government Spending and Performance.

3.  Annual Report to Parliament - Crown Corporations and Other Corporate Interests of Canada 2009.

4.  2007 Economic Statement.

5.  Canada's Economic Action Plan.

6.  Human Resources and Skills Development Canada, Indicators of Well-Being in Canada, Work - Unemployment Rate, (accessed August 10, 2010).

7.  Statistics Canada, Income in Canada 2008, Analysis, and Human Resources and Skills Development Canada, Financial Security - Low Income Incidence, Indicators of Well-Being in Canada, (accessed August 10, 2010).

8.  Statistics Canada, Gross Domestic Product by Industry: Provinces and Territories, 2009 (accessed August 10, 2010).

9.  KPMG, Competitive Alternatives: KPMG's Guide to International Business Location, 2010 Edition, p. i, and KPMG, Competitive Alternatives: KPMG's Guide to International Business Location, 2008 Edition.

10Statistics Canada, CANSIM, Table 378-0005-Natural resource assets and produced assets, annual (dollars) (accessed August 10, 2010).

11Statistics Canada, Labour Productivity, Hourly Compensation and Unit Labour Cost, 2010, Table 1-Business Sector: Labor Productivity and related variables for Canada and the United States.

12Statistics Canada, Summary Tables, Domestic Spending on Research and Development (accessed August 10, 2010). Canadian figures include preliminary data for 2008 and 2009.

13Statistics Canada, Canada Year Book, 2009, Education, Training and Learning, Table 10.1-Educational Attainment of Working-Age Population, by sex, 1998 to 2008.

14Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD), Science, Technology and Industry Outlook, 2008. Data for 2005 and 2008 are OECD estimates.

15Environment Canada, Air Quality.

16Environment Canada, Water Quality.

17Environment Canada, Biodiversity.

18Environment Canada, Greenhouse Gas Emissions.

19OECD, Indicators of Product Market Regulation.

20Environment Canada, News Release, Canada Lists Emissions Target under the Copenhagen Accord.

21Environment Canada, News Release, Government of Canada makes major investment to international climate change.

22OECD Canada, OECD Health at a Glance 2009: Key findings for Canada

23Statistics Canada, CANSIM, Table 102-0511-Life expectancy, abridged life table, at birth and at age 65, by sex, Canada, provinces and territories, annual (years) (accessed August 9, 2010).

24Statistics Canada, CANSIM, Table 105-0501-Health indicator profile, annual estimates, by age group and sex, Canada, provinces, territories, health regions (2007 boundaries) and peer groups, occasional (accessed August 9, 2010).

25Statistics Canada, CANSIM, Table 105-3001-Median waiting times for specialized services, by type of service, household population aged 15 and older, Canada, provinces and territories, occasional (accessed July 22, 2010).

26Statistics Canada, CANSIM, Table 105-4080, Patient satisfaction with any health care services received in past 12 months, by sex, household population aged 15 and older, Canada, provinces and territories, occasional (accessed July 20, 2010).

27Statistics Canada, General Social Survey - Victimization, 2009 (accessed October 14, 2010).

28Statistics Canada, Police-Reported Crime Severity Index, Table 1-Police-Reported Crime Rate and Crime Severity Index values, 1998 to 2007.

29Public Safety Canada, Canadian Disaster Database, Table 3-Feelings of safety from crime, 1999 and 2004, Table 3a, Personal safety.

30Public Safety Canada, Canadian Disaster Database (accessed July 28, 2010).

31Correctional Service Canada, Conference Board of Canada, "The Net Federal Fiscal Benefit of CSC Programming," 2009.

32Office of the Commissioner of Official Languages, The Evolution of Public Opinion on Official Languages in Canada, 2006, pp. 3-7.

33Statistics Canada, Canada Survey of Giving, Volunteering and Participating, 2007.

34Elections Canada, Voter Turnout at Federal Elections and Referendums, 1867-2008.

35Statistics Canada, Survey of Labour and Income Dynamics (SLID).

36Statistics Canada, General Social Survey - Time Use (GSS).

37Canada's Games.

38Armed Conflict Report 2009 Summary, Project Ploughshares.

39OECD Factbook 2010: Economic, Environmental and Social Statistics, pp. 214-17.

40Statistics Canada, Canadian International Merchandise Trade Database, (accessed August 10, 2010).

41Statistics Canada, Summary Tables, Canada's International Investment Position, (accessed August 10, 2010).

42The World Bank Group, Governance Matters 2009: Worldwide Governance Indicators, 1996-2008.