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Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ millions)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010–11
Planned
Spending
2011–12
Planned
Spending
2012–13
Planned
Spending
2013–14
Environmental Knowledge, Technology, Information and Measurement -  - - -
On-Farm Action 1.0  - - -
Business Risk Management -  - - -
Food Safety and Biosecurity Risk Management Systems 2.4  1.9 0.5 -
Trade and Market Development -  - - -
Regulatory Efficiency Facilitation -  - - -
Farm Products Council of Canada -  - - -
Science, Innovation and Adoption 20.9  - - -
Agri-Business Development -  - - -
Rural and Co-operatives Development -  - - -
Canadian Pari-Mutuel Agency 0.3  - 0.3 0.1
Internal Services 33.5 26.3 26.3 26.3
Total Capital Spending 58.2 28.2 27.0 26.4

The table reflects forecast and currently planned spending on assets to be capitalized, funded through AAFC Vote 5 Capital and CPMA Vote 20 (Non-Personnel Capital).

Forecast Spending 2010-11 reflects the authorized funding levels to the end of the fiscal year 2010-11 (not necessarily forecast expenditures).

Planned Spending reflects funds already brought into the Department's reference levels as well as amounts to be authorized through the Estimates process (for the 2011-12 through to 2013-14 planning years) as presented in the Annual Reference Level Update.

The Planned Spending for 2011-12 is $28.2 million compared to $58.2 million for 2010-11, a decrease of $30.0 million. This is mainly attributable to new funding received in 2010-11 under Canada's Economic Action Plan for modernizing federal laboratories as well as the fact that 2010-11 included funding that was carried over from 2009-10.

The figures in the above tables have been rounded. Figures that cannot be listed in millions of dollars are shown as 0.0.

Due to rounding, figures may not add to the totals shown.

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Canada Border Services Agency

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ thousands)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010-11
Planned
Spending
2011-12
Planned
Spending
2012-13
Planned
Spending
2013-14
Risk Assessment 35  2,481 275 76
Admissibility Determination 8,573  11,985 9,173 8,676
Immigration Enforcement 531 5,524 2,475 971
Recourse 29      
Internal Services 87,219  98,083 36,820 32,290
Total Planned Spending 96,387  118,073 48,743 42,013
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Canadian Grain Commission

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ thousands)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010–11
Planned
Spending
2011–122
Planned
Spending
2012–133
Planned
Spending
2013–14
Quality Assurance Program1 1,179 732 613 613
Quantity Assurance Program1 133 83 69 69
Grain Quality Research Program 746 463 388 388
Producer Protection Program1 158 98 82 82
Internal Services 288 179 150 150
Total 2,504 1,555 1,302 1,302

1 Includes Canadian Grain Commission (CGC) Revolving Fund activities.

2 Planned capital spending for 2011-2012 reflects the CGC’s plans to acquire capital on a mission critical basis. Spending is being directed to support operations in order to maintain the successful delivery of our strategic outcome and program activities.

3 Planned capital spending shown in 2012-2013 and 2013-2014 is reflective of approved authorities to date only and is not reflective of total capital requirements. Amounts include consideration that the revolving fund will be responsible for supporting capital expenditures. This differs from amounts shown in our authority for capital which includes only appropriations.

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Canadian Space Agency

Annexe 5 - Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity

Program Activity
($ in millions)
Forecast Spending 2010-2011 Planned Spending 2011-2012 Planned Spending 2012-2013 Planned Spending 2013-2014
Space Data, Information and Services 52.6 90.9 125.0 69.0
Space Exploration 26.4 18.8 23.5 21.1
Future Canadian Space Capacity 2.0 1.9 1.8 1.8
Internal Services 2.8 2.6 2.5 2.5
Total Capital Spending 83.9 114.2 152.9 94.5
Note:
Due to rounding, decimals may not add up to totals shown.

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Correctional Service Canada

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ millions)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010–11
Planned
Spending
2011–12
Planned
Spending
2012–13
Planned
Spending
2013–14
Custody 265.5 506.0 455.3 374.2
Correctional Interventions 8.8 8.6 8.6 8.6
Community Supervision 0.6 0.6 0.6 0.6
Internal Services 2.4 2.4 2.4 2.4
Total 277.3 517.6 466.9 385.8

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Courts Administration Service

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ millions)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010–11
Planned
Spending
2011–12
Planned
Spending
2012–13
Planned
Spending
2013–14
Registry Services 0.0  0.0  0.0  0.0 
Judicial Services 0.1  0.0  0.0  0.0 
Internal Services 0.3  0.5  0.3  0.3 
Total 0.4  0.5  0.3  0.3 

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Environment Canada

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ millions)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010–2011
Planned
Spending
2011–2012
Planned
Spending
2012–2013
Planned
Spending
2013–2014
Totals may differ between and within tables due to rounding of figures.
Canada's natural environment is conserved and restored for present and future generations
Biodiversity – Wildlife and Habitat 2.7 2.3 1.8 2.3
Water Resources 13.1 10.6 11.9 9.0
Sustainable Ecosystems 3.1 1.9 2.9 0.6
Compliance Promotion and Enforcement – Wildlife 0.6 0.2 0.1 1.0
Subtotal 19.5 15.0 16.7 12.9
Canadians are equipped to make informed decisions on changing weather, water and climate conditions
Weather and Environmental Service for Canadians 18.3 13.5 11.7 16.5
Weather and Environmental Services for Targeted Users 2.5 1.8 2.0 1.8
Subtotal 20.8 15.3 13.7 18.3
Threats to Canadians and their environment from pollution are minimized
Substances and Waste Management 2.3 1.2 0.7 2.1
Climate Change and Clean Air 11.7 8.9 8.8 5.4
Compliance Promotion and Enforcement – Pollution 1.1 0.2 0.3 1.0
Subtotal 15.1 10.3 9.8 8.5
Internal Services 1.7 1.1 1.1 1.5
Total 57.1 41.7 41.3 41.2

Environment Canada is a science-based department and a significant national science and technology (S&T) performer. Environment Canada’s (EC) mandate, under the Department of the Environment Act, covers the preservation and enhancement of the quality of the natural environment, renewable resources, meteorology, enforcement of the rules of the Canada–U.S. International Joint Commission, and the coordination of federal environmental policies and programs.

Being a science-based department, most of Environment Canada's capital assets are focused on research and other science activities that produce a "public good"—providing knowledge in support of policy development, developing new methods to improve service delivery, and providing technological solutions to meet the Department's mission. The Department operates several research institutes and laboratories, has a multitude of national wildlife areas, and thousands of air, climate and water monitoring stations in all regions of the country (many of which are operated in partnership with the provinces, Canada's universities, and international scientific agencies).

There are four broad categories of capital assets, including

  • real property, which includes specialized facilities and land holdings to conduct environmental science research, develop technologies and protect critical wildlife areas;
  • scientific and technical equipment to conduct laboratory analyses and monitor statuses and trends in the environment;
  • information management and technology infrastructure and equipment to support scientific equipment and facilitate communications; and
  • transportation, including fleet and off-road vehicles, to transport personnel and equipment to perform maintenance at remote monitoring sites, research stations, and to conduct scientific studies in the field.

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Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity

(Thousands of Canadian Dollars)

($ millions)
Note : Spending does include Fixed Assets transferred to the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario that were purchased under previous authority
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010–11
Planned
Spending
2011–12
Planned
Spending
2012–13
Planned
Spending
2013–14
Business and Innovation Development 75      
Economic Regional  Development and Infrastructure        
Policy, Advocacy and Coordination        
Internal Services        
Total 75      

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Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ millions)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010–11
Planned
Spending
2011–12
Planned
Spending
2012–13
Planned
Spending
2013–14
Detection and Deterrence of Money Laundering and Terrorist Financing 3.6 6.7 6.2 7.1
Internal Services -  - - -
Total 3.6 6.7 6.2 7.1
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Fisheries and Oceans Canada

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ millions)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010-11
Planned
Spending
2011–12
Planned
Spending
2012–13
Planned
Spending
2013–14
Fisheries Strategies and Governance 2.0 2.0 2.0 2.0
Integrated Fisheries Resource Management 0.3 0.3 0.3 0.3
Small Craft Harbours 97.5 32.8 30.0 30.0
Compliance and Enforcement 1.0 1.0 1.0 1.0
Fleet Operational Readiness 230.1 188.8 165.7 106.3
Shore-Based Asset Readiness 38.6 47.1 48.5 38.0
Asset Management Services 71.2 48.5 48.5 48.5
Resource Management Services 10.5 7.6 7.6 7.6
Marine Communication and Traffic Services 5.4 0.0 2.0 0.8
Total 456.5 328.1 305.7 234.2
Note: Because of rounding, figures may not add to the totals shown.
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Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada

Table 7: Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ millions)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010–2011
Planned
Spending
2011–2012
Planned
Spending
2012–2013
Planned
Spending
2013–2014
International Policy Advice and Integration 1.5 1.0 1.0 1.0
Diplomacy and Advocacy 0.8 0.3 0.3 0.1
International Commerce 2.3 0.4 0.4 0.4
Consular Affairs1 6.3      
Consular Services and Emergency Management   3.8 0.2 0.2
Passport Canada        
Canada's International Support at Headquarters2 132.5      
Canada's International Support at Missions Abroad3 41.6      
Governance, Strategic Direction and Common Service Delivery   222.0 208.7 186.2
Internal Services 8.9 10.8 10.9 10.8
Total 193.9 238.3 221.5 198.7

Notes:

  • 1. Activities previously reported under Consular Affairs in 2010-2011 and previous years will be reported in 2011-2012 and following years under the new program activity Consular Services and Emergency Management.

  • 2. Many activities previously reported under Canada's International Support at Headquarters and Canada's International Support at Missions Abroad will be reported in 2011-2012 and following years under the new program activity Governance, Strategic Direction and Common Service Delivery.

  • 3. Many activities previously reported under Canada's International Support at Headquarters and Canada's International Support at Missions Abroad will be reported in 2011-2012 and following years under the new program activity Governance, Strategic Direction and Common Service Delivery.

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Health Canada

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ millions)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010-11
Planned
Spending
2011-12
Planned
Spending
2012-13
Planned
Spending
2013-14
Food Safety and Nutrition 4.2 4.0 4.0 3.1
Environmental Risks to Health 4.4 1.4 1.4 1.4
Consumer Products Safety 0.0 0.2 0.2 0.2
Substance Use and Abuse 0.1 0.1 0.2 0.2
Radiation Protection 0.0 1.0 1.0 1.0
Pesticides Safety 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2
First Nations and Inuit Primary Health Care 0.0 2.4 2.4 2.4
Health Infrastructure Support for First Nations and Inuit 0.0 1.6 1.7 1.8
Internal Services 25.8 19.1 19.1 17.1
Workplace Health 0.5 0.0 0.0 0.0
First Nations and Inuit Health Programming and Services 4.9 0.0 0.0 0.0
Total 40.1 30.0 30.2 27.4

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Indian and Northern Affairs Canada and Canadian Polar Commission

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ millions)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010–11
Planned
Spending
2011–12
Planned
Spending
2012–13
Planned
Spending
2013–14
Co-operative Relationships 1.1 10.9  6.0 6.0
Treaty Management   0.6     
Managing Individual Affairs   0.6 0.6 0.6
Northern Science and Technology 0.8      
Total 1.8 12.2  6.6 6.6

Notes:

  • Forecast spending for 2010-2011 has been reflected in the 2011-2012 Program Activity Architecture in order to provide comparable figures by program activity against the planned spending in 2011-2012 and future years.
  • Due to rounding, figures may not add to totals shown.

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Industry Canada

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ millions)*
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010–11
Planned
Spending
2011–12
Planned
Spending
2012–13
Planned
Spending
2013–14
The Canadian marketplace is efficient and competitive        
Marketplace Frameworks and Regulations 2.3 1.8 1.0 0.8
Spectrum, Telecommunications and the Online Economy 2.5 0.6 0.6 0.6
Consumer Affairs
Competition Law Enforcement 2.6 0.8 0.8 0.8
Subtotal 7.4 3.3 2.4 2.2
Advancements in science and technology, knowledge, and innovation strengthen the Canadian Economy        
Science, Technology and Innovation Capacity
Information and Communication Technologies Research and Innovation 3.4 0.5 0.5 0.5
Research and Development Financing
Subtotal 3.4 0.5 0.5 0.5
Canadian businesses and communities are competitive        
Small Business Research, Advocacy and Services 0.7
Industrial Competitiveness and Capacity
Community Economic Development 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2
Internal Services 5.6 2.6 2.6 1.6
Subtotal 6.5 2.8 2.8 1.8
Total 17.3 6.5 5.7 4.5

*Minor differences are due to rounding.

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Library and Archives Canada

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ thousands)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010–11
Planned
Spending
2011–12
Planned
Spending
2012–13
Planned
Spending
2013–14
Preservation of Continuing Memory 3,662.1 10,350.0 12,602.8 -
Total 3,662.1 10,350.0 12,602.8 -

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National Defence

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ Thousands)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010–11
Planned
Spending
2011–12
Planned
Spending
2012–13
Planned
Spending
2013–14
Defence Science and Technology 31,449 20,858 18,925 19,296
Recruiting of Personnel and Initial Training 9,338 2,610 2,367 2,414
Equipment Acquisition and Disposal 2,545,885 3,220,409 3,782,625 3,921,891
Real Property and Informatics Infrastructure Acquisition and Disposal 704,360 628,124 566,933 552,916
Maritime Readiness 2,709 32,554 29,760 30,302
Land Readiness 114,474 36,671 33,473 34,086
Aerospace Readiness 88,047 33,062 30,292 30,826
Joint and Common Readiness 197,953 176,309 198,477 205,895
Situational Awareness 150,960 105,310 95,526 97,137
Canadian Peace, Stability and Security 6,431 16,248 14,672 14,961
Continental Peace, Stability and Security 5,352 3,180 2,909 2,961
International Peace, Stability and Security 541,121 319,451 290,174 295,873
Defence Team Personnel Support 15,580 21,254 19,313 19,684
Canadian Identity 11,099 15,053 13,666 13,932
Environment Protection and Stewardship 3,347 1,129 1,031 1,049
Non-Security Support 78 105 95 97
Internal Services 63,865 32,248 29,350 29,928
Total 4,492,051 4,664,573 5,129,587 5,273,247
Source: Assistant Deputy Minister (Finance and Corporate Services) Group
* Due to rounding, figures may not add up to totals shown.

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National Research Council Canada

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ millions)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010-111
Planned
Spending
2011-122
Planned
Spending
2012-132
Planned
Spending
2013-142
Manufacturing Technologies 7.6 5.7 4.0 4.0
Information and Communications Technologies (ICT) and Emerging Technologies 3.4 3.2 2.3 2.3
Industrial Research Assistance - - - -
Health and Life Science Technologies 3.3 3.0 2.6 2.6
Energy and Environmental Technologies 1.6 1.4 1.1 1.1
National Science and Technology Infrastructure 1.2 1.0 1.0 1.0
Scientific, Technical and Medical Information 36.2 23.7 23.7 23.7
Internal Services - - - -
Total 53.4 38.0 34.7 34.7

Note: Due to rounding, figures may not add to total shown.

1 Reflects best forecast of total planned spending to the end of the fiscal year.
2 Reflects ARLU figures, pending approval of investment plan.

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National Round Table on the Environment and the Economy

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ thousands)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010–11
Planned
Spending
2011–12
Planned
Spending
2012–13
Planned
Spending
2013–14
Advisory program on environment and economy issues        
Internal Services 17.5 10.0  50.0 25.0
Total 17.5 10.0  50.0 25.0

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Natural Resources Canada

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ millions)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2009–10
Planned
Spending
2010–11
Planned
Spending
2011–12
Planned
Spending
2012–13
Economic Opportunities for Natural Resources 17.3 11.4 0.3 1.4
Natural Resource-Based Communities 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Clean Energy 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Ecosystem Risk Management 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2
Adapting to a Changing Climate and Hazard Risk Management 6.9 0.2 0.2 0.2
Natural Resource and Landmass Knowledge for Canadians 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Geomatics Canada Revolving Fund 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Internal Services 2.1 2.1 2.1 2.1
Total 26.5 13.9 2.8 3.9

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Office of the Privacy Commissioner of Canada

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity

Program Activity
($000)
Forecast Spending
2010-2011
Planned Spending
2011-2012
Planned Spending
2012-2013
Planned Spending
2013-2014
Internal Services 550 350 350 550
Total 550 350 350 550

In 2008-09, the Office changed its accounting for capital assets. The Office has adopted a policy of capitalizing individual acquisitions having a cost of $2,500 or more. This represents a change. As in prior years, the Office capitalized collections of individual items with a combined invoice value of $2,500 or more. Management believes that this new policy provides more useful information.  As a result, certain items previously recorded as capital assets no longer meet policy requirements.

The increase of $200,000 in 2010-2011 was due to the replacement of main server infrastructure equipment every three years.

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Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity ($ millions)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010–2011
Planned
Spending
2011–2012
Planned
Spending
2012–2013
Planned
Spending
2013–2014
Internal Services 3.5  4.5 4.6 4.6
Regulation and Supervision of Federally Regulated Private Pension Plans 0.4 1.4
Total 3.9 5.9 4.6 4.6

This table outlines OSFI’s planned capital investments by program activity and reflects OSFI’s approved Annual Reference Level Update (ARLU) estimates, which were prepared in early summer 2010.  A review and update of OSFI’s IM/IT Strategy was completed in 2009-2010. The strategy includes the implementation of new IM/IT governance and portfolio management practices to ensure that IM/IT investments are balanced between lifecycle maintenance, optimization and replacement of existing technology assets, and the strategic selection and implementation of new investments. Another key component of the IM/IT strategy, rationalization of the application portfolio, began in 2010 in order to realize efficiencies and improve the ability for OSFI’s systems to adapt to evolving business needs.  At the time of writing this Report, OSFI was completing its business planning process for 2011-2012 to 2013-2014, including a review of the budget implications of implementing the IM/IT strategy over a five-year period.  Any changes as a result will be reflected in next year’s Report on Plans and Priorities.

OSFI continues to develop cost-effective, secure and reliable information management systems that contain relevant, accurate and timely internal and external data, and to maintain a robust technology infrastructure necessary to support its supervisory and regulatory activities.

OSFI’s focus for the planning period is to advance the IT Renewal program in an aggressive but necessary pace. Similar to other government department and agencies, OSFI faces challenges with respect to aging IT systems: sustainability of systems over the long-term, and the ability of systems to adequately support changing business needs or emerging technologies.  The associated risks and mitigation strategies were identified and an IT Renewal roadmap was developed in 2009-10 to address this issue.  Consequentially, IT Renewal projects make up a large part of OSFI investment in the next 5 years.

OSFI has decreased its planned capital spending in 2011-2012 by $9.6 million over the planned spending for the same year reported in the previous year’s Report on Plans and Priorities. This is attributed to the deferral of the accommodation upgrade to its Toronto office to 2015-2016.

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Parks Canada

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ thousands)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010–11
Planned
Spending
2011–12
Planned
Spending
2012–13
Planned
Spending
2013–14
Planned
Spending
2014–15
Planned
Spending
2015–16
Heritage Places Establishment 865 675  675 675 675 675
Heritage Resources Conservation 73,921 30,412  30,412 30,412 30,412 30,412
Public Appreciation and Understanding 4,596 4,846 4,696 4,576 4,576 4,576
Visitor Experience 125,199 64,383 64,383 64,349 64,349 64,349
Townsite and Throughway Infrastructure 144,043 94,018 49,258 34,360 29,360 29,360
Internal Services 3,290 3,290  3,290 3,290 3,290 3,290
Total 351,913 197,625 152,715 137,662 132,662 132,662
Due to rounding, figures may not add up to totals shown
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Privy Council Office

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


(thousands of dollars)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010–11
Planned
Spending
2011–12
Planned
Spending
2012–13
Planned
Spending
2013–14
Prime Minister and Portfolio Ministers Support and Advice 144 107 49 54
Cabinet and Cabinet Committees' Advice and Support 89 56 0 5
Public Service Leadership and Direction 0 0 0 0
Commissions of Inquiry 41 0 0 0
Internal Services 1,593 1,343 834 884
Total 1,867 1,506 883 943
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Public Health Agency of Canada

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ millions)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010-11
Planned
Spending
2011-12
Planned
Spending
2012-13
Planned
Spending
2013-14
1.1 Science and Technology for Public Health 33.9 20.7 14.9 5.0
1.6 Regulatory Enforcement and Emergency Response   2.9   2.2   2.2 2.2
Total 36.8 22.9 17.1 7.2

Note: All figures are rounded.

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Public Safety Canada

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ 000s)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010–11
Planned
Spending
2011–12
Planned
Spending
2012–13
Planned
Spending
2013–14
National Security 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Border Strategies 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Countering Crime 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Emergency Management 45.0 45.0 45.0 45.0
Internal Services 1,600.0 655.0 700.0 700.0
Total 1,645.0 700.0 745.0 745.0

Note: Capital Spending represents acquisitions over $10,000 that are capitalized.

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Public Works and Government Services Canada

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ millions)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010–11
Planned
Spending
2011–12
Planned
Spending
2012–13
Planned
Spending
2013–14
Accommodation & Real Property Assets Management 511.1 436.8 367.4 545.0
Information Technology Infrastructure Services 5.1 7.2 2.4 0.9
Federal Pay & Pension Administration 10.5 28.6 2.5 -
Total 526.7 472.6 372.3 545.9

Accommodation & Real Property Assets Management: The decrease  from 2011-2012 to 2012-2013 is related to special funding received in 2011-2012 to fit-up the newly  acquired Nortel Carling Campus. The increase from 2012-2013 to 2013-2014 is due to special funding for the planned acquisition of the Terrasses de la Chaudière office building and the continued implementation of the Long-Term Vision and Plan for the Parliamentary Precinct.

Information Technology Infrastructure Services: The decrease from 2011-2012 to 2013-2014 is related to funding for the Data Centre Sustainability project which will be reduced in 2012-2013 and terminates in 2013-2014.

Federal Pay & Pension Administration: The decrease between 2011-2012 and 2012-2013 is due to the funding for the preliminary stage of the Pay Modernization project which will terminate in 2012-2013.

Note: Totals may not add up due to rounding.

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Royal Canadian Mounted Police

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ millions)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010–11
Planned
Spending
2011–12
Planned
Spending
2012–13
Planned
Spending
2013–14
Police Operations 147.0 149.3 121.3 113.3
Canadian Law Enforcement Services 5.0 3.2 3.1 3.1
International Operations 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Canadian Police Culture and Heritage 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0
Statutory Payments 0.0 0.0   0.0 0.0
Internal Services 151.5 128.6 115.9 91.4
Total 303.5 281.1  240.41 207.72

Note 1: The decrease in Planned Spending from 2011-2012 to 2012-2013 is related to the funding that will sunset in 2011-2012 for the provision of policing services under the Provincial Police Services Agreements.

Note 2: The decrease in Planned Spending from 2012-2013 to 2013-2014 is related to the sunset of funding for the RCMP Training Academy upgrades and the purchase of Pacific Patrol Vessels projects.

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Security Intelligence Review Committee

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity

(Thousands of dollars)
Program Activity Forecast Spending
2010-11
Planned Spending
2011-12 2012-13 2013-14
Reviews 0 0 0 0
Complaints 0 0 0 0
Internal Services 45 0 20 0
Total 45 0 20 0
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Statistics Canada

Summary of capital spending by program activity


Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010–11
Planned
Spending
2011–12
Planned
Spending
2012–13
Planned
Spending
2013–14
  ($ thousands)
Economic Statistics 12,224 13,734 12,020 15,529
Social Statistics 10,294 11,643 10,103 13,297
Census, Demography and Aboriginal Statistics 20,441 11,286 7,305 7,531
Internal Services 3,587 4,117 3,504 4,805
Total 46,546 40,780 32,932 41,162

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Supreme Court of Canada

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ millions)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010-11
Planned
Spending
2011-12
Planned
Spending
2012-13
Planned
Spending
2013-14
Court Operations - - - -
Process payment of various allowances to Supreme Court Judges pursuant to the Judges Act - - - -
Internal Services 0.2 0.2  0.2 0.2
Total 0.2 0.2 0.2 0.2

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Transport Canada

Summary of Capital Spending by Program Activity


($ millions)
Program Activity Forecast
Spending
2010-11
Planned
Spending
2011-12
Planned
Spending
2012-13
Planned
Spending
2013-14
Transportation Marketplace Frameworks        
Gateways and Corridors [1] 6.0 29.5 138.0  
Transportation Infrastructure 27.1 39.2 24.8 13.4
Transportation Innovation 0.2 0.2 0.2  
Clean Air from Transportation   0.2    
Clean Water from Transportation 0.5      
Environmental Stewardship of Transportation 0.5      
Aviation Safety 7.8 5.7 19.5 27.6
Marine Safety 2.2 0.8 0.6 0.2
Rail Safety 1.6      
Road Safety 12.6 3.2 1.6 4.3
Transportation of Dangerous Goods 0.2 0.2    
Aviation Security 1.6 1.2    
Marine Security 0.2      
Surface and Intermodal Security   0.7    
Internal Services 29.1 19.3 20.7 21.9
Total 89.6 100.2 205.4 67.4

[1] Spending in this Program Activity is mainly related to the new Detroit River International Crossing.