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Section III: Supplementary Information

Future-oriented Financial Highlights

NFB future oriented financial statements are available by clicking on the following link:

Future-oriented Condensed Statement of Operations

For the Year (Ended March 31)
($ thousands)
  % change Future-oriented
Expenses   $75,493 $74,976
   Total Expenses 0,7 $75,493 $74,976
Revenues   $6,124 $5,482
   Total Revenues 11,7 $6,124 $5,482
Net Cost of Operations -0,2 $69,369 $69,494



Operating expenses show an increase of $517,000 in large part due to the costs of the Inuit DVD box set initiative and the creation of a dedicated website that brings together all works with Inuit themes or made by Inuit filmmakers. Through the support of various partnerships, this initiative will increase NFB revenues substantially. Essentially, it explains the 12% growth in revenues shown above.


Supplementary Information Tables

All electronic supplementary information tables found in the 2011–2012 Report on Plans and Priorities can be found on the Treasury Board of Canada Secretariat’s web site at:

  • Table 6: Sources of Respendable and Non-Respendable Revenue
  • Table 10: Statement of Operations and Projected Use of Authority


1- The NFB’s performance management framework (PMF) was revised according the organization’s new Program Activity Architecture. New indicators were introduced. Baselines for these new indicators will be established in fiscal year 2011-2012. The NFB expects to have longer term targets established by then.

2- CRTC Communications Monitoring Report (2010)

3- Profile 2010: An Economic Report on the Screen-Based Production Industry in Canada, CMPA

4- CRTC Communications Monitoring Report (2010)

5- CRTC Communications Monitoring Report (2010)

6- CRTC Communications Monitoring Report (2010)

7- This number includes full-length films, clips and film trailers.