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Section III - Supplementary Information

The following tables can be found on the Treasury Board Secretariat’s website at

Source of Non-Respendable Revenue
Internal Audit

  1. For program activity descriptions, please access the Main Estimates at
  2. For Alignment with Government of Canada Outcomes, please access
  3. In 2006, Canada’s energy exports to the United States were valued at around US$75 billion. The Canadian value was calculated using the 2006 average annual exchange rate of 1.13409360 (
  4. Statistics Canada, Canadian Demographics at a Glance, Cat. no. 91-003-X (Ottawa: 2008), available at
  5. PCO’s key role is to provide advice and support to the Prime Minister, ministers within his portfolio and Cabinet. Despite extensive efforts over the past few years, PCO is challenged to find meaningful and useful qualitative measures of this work. Therefore, quantitative measures have been developed to serve as a proxy, with the full understanding of their limitations. One of the key limitations is that quantitative measures cannot alone demonstrate the complexity of the analysis and research necessary to achieve the goals and the scope or range of the different activities. The value of these quantitative measures may be of assistance to some managers in PCO (e.g., Cabinet confidences, Legislation & House Planning) in that they can be used to show the trends in the volume of activity, and explanations of the variances can help determine what action may be required.
  6. “Value-added” means complete, accurate, relevant and timely.
  7. Report of the Prime Minister’s Advisory Committee on the Public Service at
  8. Clerk’s Annual Report at