ESTIMATES OF THE PROGRAM EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND

Save this PDF as:
 WORD  PNG  TXT  JPG

Size: px
Start display at page:

Download "ESTIMATES OF THE PROGRAM EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND"

Transcription

1 NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR ESTIMATES OF THE PROGRAM EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND Prepared by The Department of Finance under the direction of The Honourable Cathy Bennett Minister of Finance April 6, 2017 PRESENTED TO THE HOUSE OF ASSEMBLY AS SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION TO THE BUDGET ADDRESS

2

3 ESTIMATES OF THE PROGRAM EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND Table of Statements and Exhibits TABLE OF CONTENTS Section DEPARTMENTAL ESTIMATES: General Government Sector and Legislative Branch General Government Sector Consolidated Fund Services... 1 Executive Council... 2 Finance... 3 Government Purchasing... 4 Public Service Commission... 5 Service Newfoundland and Labrador... 6 Transportation and Works... 7 Legislative Branch Legislature... 8 Resource Sector Advanced Education, Skills and Labour... 9 Fisheries and Land Resources Natural Resources Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation Social Sector Children, Seniors and Social Development Education and Early Childhood Development Health and Community Services Justice and Public Safety Municipal Affairs and Environment Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation APPENDICES: I Estimate of Tax Expenditures... A-1 II Summary of Salary Costs by Department and Revised... A-2 III Public Sector Debt 2012 to A-3 IV Estimated Interest and Debt Retirement A-4 V Details of Tangible Capital Asset Acquisitions - Estimates A-5 VI Summary of Restatements by Department... A-6

4

5 ESTIMATES OF THE PROGRAM EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND Page INTRODUCTION... i STATEMENTS: I Summary of Cash Requirements and Revised... iv II Provincial and Federal Revenues and Revised... v III Current and Capital Account Expenditures and Revised... vi IV Current Account Expenditures and Revised... vii V Capital Account Expenditures and Revised... viii EXHIBITS: I Summary and Chart - Where the Money Comes From... ix II Summary and Chart - Where the Money Goes... x III Summary and Chart - Gross Capital Account Expenditures... xi IV Summary and Chart - Gross Government Expenditures Current and Capital... xii V Summary and Chart - Budgetary Financing Sources... xiii VI Summary of Expenditures and Related Revenue By Main Object and Sector and Revised... xiv

6

7 ESTIMATES OF THE PROGRAM EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND INTRODUCTION The financial plan of the Province is the consolidated summary budget as presented in the Budget 2017 document. It combines the projected accrual revenue and expenses of the Consolidated Revenue Fund with the budget of various Crown Corporations, Boards and Authorities which are controlled by the Government of Newfoundland and Labrador. These organizations are accountable for the administration of their financial affairs and resources either to a Minister of the Government or directly to the Legislature. The statements in the Budget document present the projected consolidated accrual revenues and expenses and information on the consolidated change in net debt. A reconciliation of the difference between the Budget accrual figures and the cash based Estimates is also provided. The Estimates of the Program Expenditure and Revenue is a supplementary document prepared in accordance with the Financial Administration Act to present the departmental spending appropriations of the Consolidated Revenue Fund to the House of Assembly for the fiscal year commencing April 1, It outlines the estimated expenditures and revenues for the year and reflects policies, programs and priorities of Government in the form prescribed by Treasury Board. For comparative purposes, a revised forecast for the previous fiscal year is presented as well as the previous year's budgeted figures, restated where appropriate, to reflect departmental restructuring. The Consolidated Revenue Fund, pursuant to the Financial Administration Act, is comprised of all public money over which the Legislature has power of appropriation, excepting money that is otherwise specially disposed of by the Legislature. Such public money is to be appropriated to the public service of the Province by the Legislature, the expenditure of which is assigned to the various Government departments. The Estimates document reflects the expenditures and revenues, as noted above, of the Consolidated Revenue Fund on a modified cash basis. The accrual based information and annual results of operations are presented in the Budget 2017 document. PROGRAM STRUCTURE The program structure of the Estimates represents the manner in which Government divides the financial plan into areas of responsibility and accountability. The Estimates are classified into the following groups: Sector - A Sector constitutes a division of the Estimates into broad areas to which funding is provided, that is, General Government, Resource and Social. Department - A Department represents a major policy area to which funding is provided. Each Department is headed by a Minister who is accountable and responsible for its operations (for example Justice and Public Safety). Program - Programs are major groupings of the significant functions and responsibilities performed or delivered by a Department (for example - Public Protection). Sub-program - Sub-programs are divisions of each program which further define areas of responsibility and accountability for program delivery purposes (for example Police Protection). Activity - Activities represent the lowest division of the Program Estimates and constitute a specific service or function being funded (for example Royal Newfoundland Constabulary). Activities are the level at which the House of Assembly votes funding and are the level used for appropriation control. i

8 EXPENDITURES Budgetary Budgetary expenditures are those incurred by Government in the course of achieving its policy and program objectives. Expenditures are provided on a gross basis with related revenues received not being netted against the expenditure. The categories of expenditures are: Current Account - In addition to expenditures of a housekeeping nature such as salaries, supplies, rentals, and interest, current account also includes operating grants for various programs and organizations such as hospitals, schools and Crown Agencies. Capital Account - These are expenditures whose benefits normally extend over more than one fiscal year. The types of expenditures included would be construction projects, loans, investments in infrastructure and major equipment purchases. Statutory - Expenditures in this category are specifically authorized by Acts of the Legislature. These payments, such as debt expenses, are made under the Authority of the relevant Acts and do not require annual authorization by the Legislature. Such expenditures can fall under the category of either current account or capital account. Non-Statutory - These are expenditures which require an annually authorized appropriation of the Legislature prior to the expense being incurred. This authorization is secured when the Legislature votes on the various expenditures during debate of the Estimates. Non-Budgetary Non-budgetary transactions relate primarily to debt redemption and sinking fund payments. Such expenditures are for the repayment of debt previously incurred and the setting aside of funds for the future repayment of debt. Classification of Expenditures Budgetary expenditures are classified into main objects by type of goods or services. The standard main objects used are as follows: 1. Salaries 2. Operating Accounts Employee Benefits Transportation and Communications Supplies Professional Services Purchased Services Property, Furnishings and Equipment 08. Loans, Advances and Investments 09. Allowances and Assistance 10. Grants and Subsidies 11. Debt Expenses REVENUES Classification of Revenues Revenues are classified into two distinct categories, current revenues and related revenues, both of which include revenues from Provincial and Federal sources. Current Revenues - This category includes Provincially generated sources such as taxation and fees. The Federal sources include such revenues as Health and Social Transfers, and other transfers. Current Revenues are not displayed in the detailed Departmental Estimates. Related Revenues - This category includes revenues which are a direct result of current and capital expenditures incurred. The Provincial sources include revenues such as interest receipts and sales and services by Government-operated facilities. The Federal sources are mainly the result of cost-sharing agreements between the Province and the Government of Canada, whereby the Province delivers the programs and receives reimbursement from the Government of Canada. ii

9 ACCOUNTING PERIOD In accordance with the Financial Administration Act, Government follows a modified cash system to budget for expenditures and revenues. Expenditures are charged against a budget appropriation in the fiscal year in which payments are made, with exceptions for payments made in April for goods or services received prior to March 31, which are charged back to the previous fiscal year. In the case of Federal revenues, receipts received up to the end of April can be written back to the previous year if they relate to expenditures of that fiscal year. CROWN AGENCIES Government has established a number of Crown Agencies and Corporations to help carry out its programs and services to the public. Other than the active operating Agencies referred to below, Government does not have any significant special fund accounts except the Province of Newfoundland and Labrador Pooled Pension Fund and the Newfoundland and Labrador Government Sinking Funds. Government Budgetary Supported Agencies Business Investment Corporation C.A. Pippy Park Commission Churchill Falls (Labrador) Corporation Trust College of the North Atlantic Health Boards and Foundations (various) Heritage Foundation of Newfoundland and Labrador Livestock Owners Compensation Board Marble Mountain Development Corporation Memorial University of Newfoundland Newfoundland and Labrador Arts Council Newfoundland and Labrador Centre for Health Information Newfoundland and Labrador Crop Insurance Agency Newfoundland and Labrador Film Development Corporation Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation Newfoundland and Labrador Legal Aid Commission Newfoundland and Labrador Sports Centre Inc. Newfoundland Ocean Enterprises Limited Provincial Advisory Council on the Status of Women - Newfoundland and Labrador Provincial Information and Library Resources Board Regulatory and Advisory Boards and Agencies (various) Research and Development Corporation of Newfoundland and Labrador Newfoundland and Labrador English School District Conseil scolaire francophone provincial de Terre-Neuve-et-Labrador Student Loan Corporation of Newfoundland and Labrador The Rooms Corporation of Newfoundland and Labrador Self-Financing Agencies Atlantic Lottery Corporation Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities Chicken Farmers of Newfoundland and Labrador Credit Union Deposit Guarantee Corporation Dairy Farmers of Newfoundland and Labrador Multi-Materials Stewardship Board Municipal Assessment Agency Inc. Nalcor Energy Newfoundland and Labrador 911 Bureau Inc. Newfoundland and Labrador Immigrant Investor Fund Limited Newfoundland and Labrador Industrial Development Corporation Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corporation Newfoundland and Labrador Municipal Financing Corporation iii

10 STATEMENT I NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND SUMMARY OF CASH REQUIREMENTS and Revised Estimates Revised ($000) ($000) BUDGETARY CONTRIBUTION Provincial and Federal Revenues (Statement II) 5,897,426 6,165,401 Current Account: Gross Expenditure 7,189,962 7,028,447 Related Revenue (446,302) (408,614) Net Expenditure 6,743,660 6,619,833 Capital Account: Gross Expenditure 1,074,315 1,307,483 Related Revenue (272,715) (89,306) Net Expenditure 801,600 1,218,177 Total: Net Current and Capital Expenditures (Statement III) 7,545,260 7,838,010 Other: Contingency Reserve 25,000 - TOTAL CASH REQUIREMENT - BUDGETARY (1,672,834) (1,672,609) NON-BUDGETARY TRANSACTIONS Contributions to Sinking Funds 43,992 43,992 TOTAL NON-BUDGETARY TRANSACTIONS 43,992 43,992 TOTAL CASH REQUIREMENT (1,716,826) (1,716,601) iv

11 STATEMENT II NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND PROVINCIAL AND FEDERAL REVENUES and Revised Estimates Revised ($000) ($000) PROVINCIAL TAX SOURCES: Personal Income Tax 1,625,828 1,602,559 Sales Tax 1,181,846 1,136,364 Gasoline Tax 273, ,870 Payroll Tax 174, ,862 Tobacco Tax 161, ,599 Corporate Income Tax 178, ,391 Offshore Royalties 902, ,469 Mining Tax and Royalties 41,442 95,068 Insurance Companies Tax 71,233 69,893 Corporate Capital Tax 35,652 33,658 Forest Management Tax 1,600 - TOTAL: PROVINCIAL TAX SOURCES 4,648,904 4,745,733 OTHER PROVINCIAL SOURCES: Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corporation 180, ,000 Lottery Revenues 138, ,942 Vehicle and Driver Licenses 95,650 94,650 Registry of Deeds, Companies and Securities 33,801 33,555 Fines and Forfeitures 13,431 13,312 Inland Fish and Game Licenses 4,680 4,650 Water Power Rentals 7,651 8,599 Registry of Personal Property 4,950 4,980 Crown Lands 3,597 3,441 Forestry Royalties and Fees 1,924 1,809 Mining Permits and Fees 6,491 6,666 Offshore Revenue Fund - 26,272 Other 12, ,505 TOTAL: OTHER PROVINCIAL SOURCES 502, ,381 TOTAL: PROVINCIAL SOURCES 5,151,473 5,435,114 GOVERNMENT OF CANADA: Equalization - (4,520) Health Transfers 538, ,434 Social Transfers 197, ,663 Statutory Subsidies 9,710 9,710 TOTAL: GOVERNMENT OF CANADA 745, ,287 TOTAL: PROVINCIAL AND FEDERAL REVENUES 5,897,426 6,165,401 v

12 STATEMENT III NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND AND CAPITAL ACCOUNT EXPENDITURES and Revised Gross Expenditure Related Revenue Net Expenditure Revised (Net) ($) ($) ($) ($) General Government Sector Consolidated Fund Services 1,009,727,100 (22,764,000) 986,963, ,193,200 Executive Council 99,937,500 (2,155,300) 97,782,200 96,883,500 Finance 117,791,700 (17,708,000) 100,083,700 91,424,200 Government Purchasing 2,191,600 (308,000) 1,883,600 1,629,300 Public Service Commission 2,535,300-2,535,300 2,650,700 Service Newfoundland and Labrador 37,715,200 (11,597,400) 26,117,800 26,244,500 Transportation and Works 549,168,500 (46,755,700) 502,412, ,084,800 Legislative Branch Legislature 24,267,900-24,267,900 23,473,600 Resource Sector Advanced Education, Skills and Labour Fisheries and Land Resources Natural Resources Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation 870,709,500 (171,717,900) 698,991, ,369,400 98,625,200 (22,155,400) 76,469,800 77,396, ,125,000 (233,921,000) 507,204,000 1,098,752, ,080,200 (6,828,500) 99,251, ,574,300 Social Sector Children, Seniors and Social Development 170,855,400 (16,262,300) 154,593, ,900,500 Education and Early Childhood Development 804,875,600 (4,266,100) 800,609, ,071,900 Health and Community Services 3,065,246,700 (42,829,900) 3,022,416,800 2,924,085,500 Justice and Public Safety 242,765,500 (15,871,400) 226,894, ,207,300 Municipal Affairs and Environment 280,524,300 (103,875,600) 176,648, ,736,300 Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation 40,134,600-40,134,600 21,333,500 TOTAL 8,264,276,800 (719,016,500) 7,545,260,300 7,838,010,800 AMOUNT TO BE VOTED Gross Current and Capital Expenditure 8,264,276,800 Contingency Reserve 25,000,000 Less: Expenditures approved by Statute Interest 520,472,500 Deferred Pension Contributions 323,272,000 Pensions and Gratuities 113,485,200 Debt Management Expenses 3,874,200 Issues under Guarantee 100,000 Salaries (Auditor General and Comptroller General) 315, ,519,400 Amount to be voted by Supply Bill 7,327,757,400 vi

13 STATEMENT IV NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND ACCOUNT EXPENDITURES and Revised Gross Expenditure Related Revenue Net Expenditure Revised (Net) ($000) ($000) ($000) ($000) General Government Sector Consolidated Fund Services 1,009,488 (22,763) 986, ,759 Executive Council 86,383 (2,155) 84,228 86,647 Finance 109,626 (13,480) 96,146 92,874 Government Purchasing 2,192 (308) 1,884 1,629 Public Service Commission 2,535-2,535 2,651 Service Newfoundland and Labrador 37,650 (11,571) 26,078 26,060 Transportation and Works 348,657 (21,437) 327, ,191 Legislative Branch Legislature 24,268-24,268 23,474 Resource Sector Advanced Education, Skills and Labour 826,018 (154,873) 671, ,885 Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation 92,080 (5,709) 86,372 88,628 Fisheries and Land Resources 93,993 (21,977) 72,016 73,887 Natural Resources 30,725 (8,921) 21,804 24,866 Social Sector Children, Seniors and Social Development 170,805 (16,262) 154, ,901 Education and Early Childhood Development 804,876 (4,266) 800, ,072 Health and Community Services 2,988,186 (42,830) 2,945,356 2,898,409 Justice and Public Safety 241,853 (15,871) 225, ,877 Municipal Affairs and Environment Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation 280,492 40,135 (103,876) - 176,617 40, ,692 21,334 Total Current Account Expenditures 7,189,962 (446,302) 6,743,660 6,619,833 Notes: (1) The above Statement is prepared on a cash basis. See Schedule II of the Budget 2017 document for the consolidated expense by sector and department. (2) Numbers may not add due to rounding. vii

14 STATEMENT V NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND CAPITAL ACCOUNT EXPENDITURES and Revised Gross Expenditure Related Revenue Net Expenditure Revised (Net) ($000) ($000) ($000) ($000) General Government Sector Consolidated Fund Services 239 (1) 238 (1,566) Executive Council 13,554-13,554 10,236 Finance 8,165 (4,228) 3,937 (1,450) Service Newfoundland and Labrador 65 (25) Transportation and Works 200,513 (25,318) 175,195 83,893 Resource Sector Advanced Education, Skills and Labour 44,692 (16,845) 27,847 (3,515) Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation 14,000 (1,120) 12,880 26,947 Fisheries and Land Resources 4,632 (178) 4,454 3,509 Natural Resources 710,400 (225,000) 485,400 1,073,887 Social Sector Children, Seniors and Social Development Health and Community Services 77,060-77,060 25,676 Justice and Public Safety Municipal Affairs and Environment Total Capital Account Expenditures 1,074,315 (272,715) 801,600 1,218,177 viii

15 EXHIBIT I SUMMARY OF REVENUES (By Source) WHERE THE MONEY COMES FROM Personal Income Tax $1,625, % Sales Tax $1,181, % Gasoline Tax $273, % Offshore Royalties $902, % Government of Canada $745, % Other Provincial Sources $647, % Corporate Income Tax $178, % Tobacco Tax $161, % Newfoundand and Labrador Liquor Corporation $180, % Percentage of Total (%) Source Amount ($000) Revised Estimates Estimates Revised Provincial: Offshore Royalties 902, , Personal Income Tax 1,625,828 1,602, Sales Tax 1,181,846 1,136, Gasoline Tax 273, ,870 Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corporation 180, , Tobacco Tax 161, , Corporate Income Tax 178, , Other Provincial Sources 647, , Total: Provincial 5,151,473 5,435,114 Government of Canada: (0.1) - Equalization and Offsets - (4,520) Other Federal Sources 745, , Total: Government of Canada 745, , Total 5,897,426 6,165,401 ix

16 EXHIBIT II SUMMARY OF ACCOUNT EXPENDITURES (By Function) WHERE THE MONEY GOES Health Care Sector $2,988, % Debt Charges and Financial Expenses $1,009, % Education Sector $804, % Other Resource Sector $216, % Post-Secondary Education $602, % Other General Government Sector $262, % Other Social Sector $452, % Income Assistance $223, % Transportation and Works 348, % Municipal Support $280, % Percentage of Total (%) Function of Expenditure Amount ($000) Revised Estimates Estimates Revised Expenditure: Health Care Sector 2,988,186 2,939, Debt Charges and Financial Expenses 1,009, , Education Sector 804, , Post-Secondary Education 602, , Transportation and Works 348, , Municipal Support 280, , Income Assistance 223, , Other Social Sector 452, , Other General Government Sector 262, , Other Resource Sector 216, , Total: Expenditures 7,189,962 7,028,447 x

17 EXHIBIT III SUMMARY OF GROSS CAPITAL ACCOUNT EXPENDITURES (By Function) Resource Development $735, % Public Buildings $3, % Equipment Acquisitions, etc. $51, % Transportation Projects $156, % Health Facilities $45, % Educational Facilities $81, % Percentage of Total (%) Category of Capital Expenditure Amount ($000) Revised Estimates Estimates Revised Expenditure: Resource Development 735,298 1,108, Transportation Projects 156,464 75, Educational Facilities 81,990 80, Health Facilities 45,300 13, Equipment Acquisitions, etc. 51,563 28, Public Buildings 3, Total: Expenditures 1,074,315 1,307,483 xi

18 EXHIBIT IV SUMMARY OF GROSS GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURES AND CAPITAL (By Sector) General Government Sector and Legislative Branch $1,843, % Resource Sector $1,816, % Social Sector $4,604, % GROSS GOVERNMENT EXPENDITURE RESOURCE SECTOR Estimates Percentage of Total (%) Estimates Percentage of Total (%) ($000) (%) ($000) (%) Sector Expenditure Resource Sector General Government and Advanced Education, Skills and Labour 870, Legislative Branch 1,843, Fisheries and Land Resources 98, Resource Sector 1,816, Natural Resources 741, Social Sector 4,604, Tourism, Culture, Industry and Total: Expenditure 8,264, Innovation 106, Total: Resource Sector 1,816, GENERAL GOVERNMENT SECTOR AND LEGISLATIVE BRANCH Estimates Percentage of Total (%) SOCIAL SECTOR Estimates Percentage of Total (%) General Government Sector Consolidated Fund Services Executive Council Finance Government Purchasing Public Service Commission Service Newfoundland ($000) (%) ($000) (%) Social Sector 1,009, Children, Seniors and Social 99, Development 170, , Education and Early Childhood 2, Development 804, , Health and Community Services 3,065, , Justice and Public Safety 242, Transportation and Works 549, Municipal Affairs and Environment 280, Legislative Branch Newfoundland and Labour Housing Legislature 24, Corporation 40, Total: General Government Sector and Legislative Branch 1,843, Total: Social Sector 4,604, xii

19 EXHIBIT V SUMMARY OF BUDGETARY FINANCING SOURCES (For Gross Current and Capital Account Expenditures) Provincial $5,527, % Federal $1,088, % Percentage of Total (%) Category of Financing Amount ($000) Revised Estimates Estimates Revised Revenue Sources: Provincial 5,527,506 5,604, Federal 1,088,937 1,058, Total: Sources 6,616,443 6,663,321 xiii

20 EXHIBIT VI NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURES AND RELATED REVENUE BY MAIN OBJECT AND SECTOR and Revised General Government Sector Resource Sector Social Sector Total % of Total Revised ($000) ($000) ($000) ($000) (%) ($000) Current: Salaries 274, , , , ,127 Employee Benefits 187, , , ,364 Transportation and Communications 14,230 9,680 9,239 33, ,385 Supplies 81,430 5,733 17, , ,820 Professional Services 16,611 2, , , ,179 Purchased Services 177,088 43,892 31, , ,824 Property, Furnishings and Equipment 1, , ,983 Allowances and Assistance 2, , , , ,227 Grants and Subsidies 21, ,079 3,527,773 4,103, ,984,548 Debt Expenses 843,746-3, , ,991 Gross Current Expenditure 1,620,799 1,042,816 4,526,347 7,189, ,028,447 Federal Revenue Sources (7,930) (159,902) (133,769) (301,601) 67.6 (247,012) Provincial Revenue Sources (63,786) (31,578) (49,337) (144,701) 32.4 (161,601) Total Current Related Revenues (71,716) (191,480) (183,105) (446,302) (408,613) Net Current Expenditure 1,549, ,336 4,343,241 6,743,660 6,619,833 Capital: Salaries 9,470-1,585 11, ,859 Employee Benefits Transportation and Communications 1, , Supplies 2, , ,887 Professional Services 19, ,300 42, ,847 Purchased Services 169, , , ,033 Property, Furnishings and Equipment 10,133 3, , ,590 Loans, Advances and Investments 8, , , ,107,063 Allowances and Assistance Grants and Subsidies 19 44,342 31,900 76, ,387 Debt Expenses Gross Capital Expenditure 222, ,724 78,055 1,074, ,307,484 Federal Revenue Sources (23,418) (17,965) - (41,383) 15.2 (81,329) Provincial Revenue Sources (6,154) (225,178) - (231,332) 84.8 (7,978) Total Capital Related Revenues (29,572) (243,143) - (272,715) (89,306) Net Capital Expenditure 192, ,581 78, ,600 1,218,177 TOTAL NET EXPENDITURE 1,742,046 1,381,917 4,421,297 7,545,260 7,838,011 * Numbers may not add due to rounding. xiv

21 GENERAL GOVERNMENT SECTOR AND LEGISLATIVE BRANCH

22

23 CONSOLIDATED FUND SERVICES HON. CATHY BENNETT Minister Confederation Building DONNA BREWER, CPA, CA Deputy Minister Confederation Building Expenditures made under Consolidated Fund Services represent the interest costs and management expenses related to the servicing of the public debt of the Province, and the funding of the pension plans for Government and Government Agency employees. PROGRAM FUNDING SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR (Gross Expenditure) Program Current Capital Total Servicing of the Public Debt 524,396, , ,636,200 Employee Retirement Arrangements 485,090, ,090,900 TOTAL: PROGRAM ESTIMATES 1,009,487, ,500 1,009,727,100 Gross Expenditure SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE AND RELATED REVENUE FISCAL YEAR Amount Voted $48,523,200 Amount Provided by Statute 961,203,900 $1,009,727,100 Less: Related Revenue $1,009,727,100 Current (22,763,000) Capital (1,000) (22,764,000) NET EXPENDITURE (Current and Capital) $986,963,100

24

25 CONSOLIDATED FUND SERVICES SERVICING OF THE PUBLIC DEBT INTEREST - STATUTORY TEMPORARY BORROWINGS Appropriations provide for the interest expense on temporary bank borrowings by the Province. 11. Debt Expenses 50,000 1,000 50,000 Total: Temporary Borrowings 50,000 1,000 50, TREASURY BILLS Appropriations provide for the interest expense on treasury bill borrowings. 11. Debt Expenses 5,540,100 6,045,900 7,100,000 Total: Treasury Bills 5,540,100 6,045,900 7,100, DEBENTURES Appropriations provide for interest expense on debenture debt and other borrowings by the Province in the capital markets. 11. Debt Expenses: Paid to Debentureholders 468,177, ,503, ,911,624 Paid to Newfoundland and Labrador Government Sinking Fund 27,967,491 25,682,858 25,241,976 Total: Debentures 496,145, ,186, ,153, CANADA PENSION PLAN Appropriations provide for interest expense on funds borrowed from the Canada Pension Plan Investment Fund. 11. Debt Expenses 18,737,300 18,737,300 18,737,300 Total: Canada Pension Plan 18,737,300 18,737,300 18,737, TEMPORARY INVESTMENTS Appropriations provide for interest earnings on the Province's investment of available cash in the money markets, and on bank and trust balances. 02. Revenue - Provincial (14,400,000) (11,450,000) (9,249,000) Total: Temporary Investments (14,400,000) (11,450,000) (9,249,000) 1.3

26 CONSOLIDATED FUND SERVICES SERVICING OF THE PUBLIC DEBT INTEREST - STATUTORY (Cont'd) RECOVERIES ON LOANS AND ADVANCES Appropriations provided for interest paid to the Province on loans to various public and private entities. 02. Revenue - Provincial - (3,600) (4,500) Total: Recoveries on Loans and Advances - (3,600) (4,500) INTEREST SUBSIDY - CMHC Appropriations provide for a subsidy from the Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation relative to interest on debt issued for the extension and renovations completed during 1987 at the Harbour Lodge, Carbonear. 02. Revenue - Provincial (151,400) (151,400) (151,400) Total: Interest Subsidy - CMHC (151,400) (151,400) (151,400) TOTAL: INTEREST - STATUTORY 505,921, ,365, ,636,000 INVESTMENT RECOVERIES CAPITAL RECOVERIES ON LOANS, ADVANCES AND INVESTMENTS Appropriations provided for principal recovery from various loans, advances and investments. 02. Revenue - Provincial - (1,804,000) (1,804,000) Total: Recoveries on Loans, Advances and - (1,804,000) (1,804,000) Investments - (1,804,000) (1,804,000) TOTAL: INVESTMENT RECOVERIES - (1,804,000) (1,804,000) 1.4

27 CONSOLIDATED FUND SERVICES RENTAL PURCHASE - NON-STATUTORY SERVICING OF THE PUBLIC DEBT CAPITAL VARIOUS FACILITIES Appropriations provide for payments into sinking funds established for the purchase of various leased facilities at the expiration of the respective lease terms. 11. Debt Expenses 139, , ,500 Amount to be Voted 139, , ,500 Total: Various Facilities 139, , ,500 TOTAL: RENTAL PURCHASE - NON-STATUTORY 139, , ,500 LOAN GUARANTEES - STATUTORY (Except Where Specified) GUARANTEE FEES - NON-STATUTORY Appropriations provide for fees charged to companies which have debt guaranteed by the Province and costs related to the collection of loans and guarantees. Professional Services 50,000 1,000 50, Operating Accounts 50,000 1,000 50,000 Amount to be Voted 50,000 1,000 50, Revenue - Provincial (7,115,000) (4,140,000) (4,515,000) Total: Guarantee Fees - Non-Statutory (7,065,000) (4,139,000) (4,465,000) CAPITAL ISSUES UNDER GUARANTEE Appropriations provide for payments under loan guarantees extended by the Province to certain companies and individuals. 08. Loans, Advances and Investments 100, , , Revenue - Provincial (1,000) (1,000) (1,000) Total: Issues Under Guarantee 99,000 99,000 99,000 TOTAL: LOAN GUARANTEES - STATUTORY (Except Where Specified) (6,966,000) (4,040,000) (4,366,000) 1.5

28 CONSOLIDATED FUND SERVICES SERVICING OF THE PUBLIC DEBT DEBT MANAGEMENT EXPENSES - STATUTORY DISCOUNTS AND COMMISSIONS Appropriations provide for underwriting commissions and management fees on new capital market borrowings by the Province. Discounts and premiums on such borrowings are also reflected under this activity. Professional Services 3,500,000 19,000,000 23,800, Operating Accounts 3,500,000 19,000,000 23,800, Debt Expenses 1,000 52,000,000 41,400,000 Total: Discounts and Commissions 3,501,000 71,000,000 65,200, GENERAL EXPENSES Appropriations provide for bond registrar, paying agency, custodial services, and rating agency fees, as well as various other fees and costs such as investor relations associated with cash management and the issuance, servicing and redemption of the Province's debt. Transportation and Communications 5, , ,000 Supplies 4,000 24,000 24,000 Professional Services 294,200 4,144,400 4,144,400 Purchased Services 70,000 64,000 80, Operating Accounts 373,200 4,367,400 4,383,400 Total: General Expenses 373,200 4,367,400 4,383,400 TOTAL: DEBT MANAGEMENT EXPENSES - STATUTORY 3,874,200 75,367,400 69,583,400 TOTAL: SERVICING OF THE PUBLIC DEBT 502,968, ,028, ,188,

29 CONSOLIDATED FUND SERVICES EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ARRANGEMENTS PENSIONS AND GRATUITIES - STATUTORY (Except Where Specified) CONTRIBUTIONS TO PENSIONS Appropriations provide for Government's share of pension contributions under all pension plans including those which are sponsored by Government, and for payments under other supplementary arrangements. Employee Benefits 113,430, ,348, ,532, Operating Accounts 113,430, ,348, ,532, Revenue - Provincial (960,000) (960,000) (960,000) Total: Contributions to Pensions 112,470, ,388, ,572,800 Related Revenue EX-GRATIA AND OTHER PAYMENTS NON-STATUTORY Appropriations provide for special retirement, salary and employee related payments as approved by Treasury Board. As required, funding will be transferred to Departments during the year. 01. Salaries 46,000,000-15,000,000 Employee Benefits 2,333,700 2,558,700 2,354, Operating Accounts 2,333,700 2,558,700 2,354,000 Amount to Be Voted 48,333,700 2,558,700 17,354, Revenue - Provincial (136,600) (112,900) (136,600) Total: Ex-Gratia and Other Payments - Non-Statutory 48,197,100 2,445,800 17,217,

30 CONSOLIDATED FUND SERVICES EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ARRANGEMENTS PENSIONS AND GRATUITIES - STATUTORY (Except Where Specified) (Cont'd) PRE 1949 SPECIAL ACTS Appropriations provide for pension and other payments under statutory arrangements which do not form part of the Pensions Funding Act. Appropriations also provide for pension payments to former employees of the Newfoundland Railway and the Province who transferred to the Canadian National Railway and the Federal Government in Employee Benefits 54,900 58,800 58, Operating Accounts 54,900 58,800 58,400 Total: Pre 1949 Special Acts 54,900 58,800 58,400 TOTAL: PENSIONS AND GRATUITIES - STATUTORY (Except Where Specified) 160,722, ,893, ,848,600 DEFERRED PENSION CONTRIBUTIONS - STATUTORY DEFERRED PENSION CONTRIBUTIONS PRINCIPAL Appropriations provide for payment of principal owing on Government's promissory notes pursuant to the various Pension Plan Acts. 11. Debt Expenses 63,113,000 59,540,300 59,540,300 Total: Deferred Pension Contributions - Principal 63,113,000 59,540,300 59,540,

31 CONSOLIDATED FUND SERVICES EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ARRANGEMENTS DEFERRED PENSION CONTRIBUTIONS - STATUTORY (Cont'd) DEFERRED PENSION CONTRIBUTIONS INTEREST Appropriations provide for payment of interest owing on Government's promissory notes pursuant to the various Pension Plan Acts. 11. Debt Expenses 260,159, ,731, ,731,700 Total: Deferred Pension Contributions - Interest 260,159, ,731, ,731,700 TOTAL: DEFERRED PENSION CONTRIBUTIONS - STATUTORY 323,272, ,272, ,272,000 TOTAL: EMPLOYEE RETIREMENT ARRANGEMENTS 483,994, ,165, ,120,600 TOTAL: CONSOLIDATED FUND SERVICES 986,963, ,193, ,309,

32

33 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL HON. DWIGHT BALL Premier Minister for Intergovernmental and Indigenous Affairs Minister Responsible for Labrador Affairs HON. PERRY TRIMPER Minister Responsible for the Office of Climate Change HON. CATHY BENNETT Minister Responsible for the Human Resource Secretariat Minister Responsible for the Office of the Chief Information Officer Minister Responsible for the Status of Women BERNARD COFFEY, QC Clerk of the Executive Council Secretary to Cabinet PATRICIA HEARN Deputy Minister Intergovernmental Affairs Labrador Affairs AUBREY GOVER, QC Deputy Minister Indigenous Affairs GEOFF WILLIAMS Deputy Minister Human Resource Secretariat and Deputy Secretary to Treasury Board ELLEN MacDONALD Chief Information Officer DONNA BALLARD, QC Deputy Minister Women's Policy Office Executive Council, by virtue of the power vested in the Lieutenant Governor-in-Council, the Honourable the Premier and Cabinet Committees by the Statutes of Newfoundland and Labrador and by convention, is responsible for the overall operations of the Public Service of the Province, information management and information technology, decision making, planning, research and development, formulation of policy and the general development of the Province and all its resources. PROGRAM FUNDING SUMMARY FISCAL YEAR (Gross Expenditure) Program Current Capital Total The Lieutenant Governor's Establishment 803, ,400 Office of the Executive Council 23,750,100-23,750,100 Human Resource Secretariat 19,609,800-19,609,800 Office of the Chief Information Officer 42,219,900 13,554,300 55,774,200 TOTAL: PROGRAM ESTIMATES 86,383,200 13,554,300 99,937,500 SUMMARY OF EXPENDITURE AND RELATED REVENUE FISCAL YEAR Gross Expenditure Amount Voted $99,937,500 Less: Related Revenue Current (2,155,300) NET EXPENDITURE (Current and Capital) $97,782,200

34

35 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL GOVERNMENT HOUSE THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S ESTABLISHMENT GOVERNMENT HOUSE Appropriations provide for the salary cost of the Lieutenant Governor's support staff and the operating cost of the official residence. Appropriations also provide for support to the Provincial Government for official, diplomatic and royal visits as well as Provincial honours and awards to citizens, and protocol related official functions and duties of the Premier. 01. Salaries 709, , ,100 Transportation and Communications 21,900 21,400 21,400 Supplies 31,900 33,500 33,500 Purchased Services 38,300 51,000 51,000 Property, Furnishings and Equipment 1,900 2,000 2, Operating Accounts 94, , ,900 Amount to be Voted 803, , ,000 Total: Government House 803, , ,000 TOTAL: GOVERNMENT HOUSE 803, , ,000 TOTAL: THE LIEUTENANT GOVERNOR'S ESTABLISHMENT 803, , ,

36 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL PREMIER'S OFFICE OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL PREMIER'S OFFICE Appropriations provide for the salary and operating costs of the office of the Honourable the Premier and support staff. 01. Salaries 1,505,500 1,440,000 1,505,500 Employee Benefits 1,500 1, Transportation and Communications 150,000 96, ,100 Supplies 20,500 19,200 22,500 Professional Services - 42,900 - Purchased Services 13,300 21,500 14,300 Property, Furnishings and Equipment 2,000-5, Operating Accounts 187, , , Allowances and Assistance 20,000 20,000 20,000 Amount to be Voted 1,712,800 1,641,200 1,746, Revenue - Provincial - (800) - Total: Premier's Office 1,712,800 1,640,400 1,746,900 TOTAL: PREMIER'S OFFICE 1,712,800 1,640,400 1,746,900 CABINET SECRETARIAT EXECUTIVE SUPPORT Appropriations provide for the effective and efficient operation of the Cabinet process, support to Cabinet and its Committees, senior planning and direction of the Cabinet Secretariat, and includes the establishment and evaluation of policies and objectives. 01. Salaries 1,423,300 2,350,000 1,275,700 Employee Benefits 3, ,600 Transportation and Communications 57,300 47,700 47,700 Supplies 46,400 33,000 44,500 Professional Services 12,100 1,580,000 12,600 Purchased Services 25,900 26,300 25,500 Property, Furnishings and Equipment 2,200 6,400 1, Operating Accounts 147,000 1,693, ,600 Amount to be Voted 1,570,300 4,043,900 1,412,300 Total: Executive Support 1,570,300 4,043,900 1,412,

37 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL CABINET SECRETARIAT (Cont'd) OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL PLANNING AND COORDINATION Appropriations provide for the coordination and implementation of the requirements of the transparency and accountability legislation, including Government's planning, performance monitoring, regulatory improvement, evaluation and reporting activities and includes supports to enhance the policy capacity of Government Salaries 180, , ,500 Employee Benefits 1, ,000 Transportation and Communications 5,800 7,000 19,700 Supplies 5,000 2,200 11,000 Professional Services 5,000 1,000 6,000 Purchased Services 33,800 10,000 35,000 Property, Furnishings and Equipment Operating Accounts 51,100 20,700 78,500 Amount to be Voted 231, , ,000 Total: Planning and Coordination 231, , , ECONOMIC AND SOCIAL POLICY ANALYSIS Appropriations provide for planning support through analysis and advice on future directions in economic and social policy matters for the Economic and Social Policy Committees of Cabinet. 01. Salaries 659, , ,500 Employee Benefits Transportation and Communications Supplies ,900 Purchased Services Operating Accounts - 1,400 3,700 Amount to be Voted 659, , ,200 Total: Economic and Social Policy Analysis 659, , ,

38 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL CABINET SECRETARIAT (Cont'd) PUBLIC SERVICE DEVELOPMENT Appropriations provide for the costs associated with the Public Service Awards of Excellence and other similar initiatives. Purchased Services 14,300 11,800 12, Operating Accounts 14,300 11,800 12,000 Amount to be Voted 14,300 11,800 12,000 Total: Public Service Development 14,300 11,800 12,000 TOTAL: CABINET SECRETARIAT 2,475,800 5,078,800 2,776,500 COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT COMMUNICATIONS BRANCH Appropriations provide for communications counsel to Cabinet and its committees; corporate communications planning and implementation; coordination and oversight of Governmentwide communications activities; management of Government's social media profile and online presence; management of Government's marketing services and brand strategy to highlight the Province as a place to live, work, invest and visit; management of the Media Centre and support for corporate initiatives such as Public Service Week; function as a central agency of Government in the management and delivery of all marketing and brand services. 01. Salaries 1,492,200 1,552,100 1,684,200 Employee Benefits 3,300 1,100 1,600 Transportation and Communications 23,100 24,300 24,300 Supplies 11,000 16,600 21,800 Professional Services 443, , ,200 Purchased Services 372, , ,600 Property, Furnishings and Equipment 6,800 9,800 10, Operating Accounts 859, , ,600 Amount to be Voted 2,352,100 2,325,800 2,637,800 Total: Communications Branch 2,352,100 2,325,800 2,637,

39 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT (Cont'd) PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT Appropriations provide for the development, delivery and support of innovative public engagement activities and processes that lead to enhanced Government policy and decision-making and strengthen relationships with citizens, communities, and stakeholders as well as for the administration of grant funding to provincial, regional and local community and youth organizations. 01. Salaries 1,231,100 1,500,700 1,779,900 Employee Benefits 1,100 1,400 2,000 Transportation and Communications 156, , ,500 Supplies 10,400 12,600 18,600 Purchased Services 55,700 39,200 35,600 Property, Furnishings and Equipment 1, , Operating Accounts 224, , , Grants and Subsidies 3,219,900 3,219,900 3,219,900 Amount to be Voted 4,675,300 4,911,800 5,216, Revenue - Provincial - (900) - Total: Public Engagement 4,675,300 4,910,900 5,216, POLICY AND PLANNING Appropriations provide for the coordination and administration of policy, planning and strategic support to the Branch's engagement and communications functions, as well as to the general operational, administrative, financial and reporting/evaluations functions of the Branch Salaries 309, , ,900 Employee Benefits Transportation and Communications 24,500 41,700 49,700 Supplies 10,200 20,700 13,500 Professional Services 12,500 25,000 25,000 Purchased Services 17,800 30,500 30,500 Property, Furnishings and Equipment Operating Accounts 65, , ,100 Amount to be Voted 374, , ,000 Total: Policy and Planning 374, , ,000 TOTAL: COMMUNICATIONS AND PUBLIC ENGAGEMENT 7,402,300 7,739,000 8,376,

40 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION Appropriations provide for the financial and operational activities for support of the Executive Council, the Department of Finance and the Public Service Commission. 01. Salaries 727, , ,700 Transportation and Communications 33,500 30,600 30,600 Supplies 3,700 2,200 6,000 Purchased Services 7,500 7,300 9,500 Property, Furnishings and Equipment 1, , Operating Accounts 46,000 40,700 48,000 Amount to be Voted 773, ,900 1,040, Revenue - Provincial - (8,300) - Total: Financial Administration 773, ,600 1,040,700 TOTAL: FINANCIAL ADMINISTRATION 773, ,600 1,040,700 OFFICE OF CLIMATE CHANGE CLIMATE CHANGE Appropriations provide for the development of strategy, policy, research and analysis and the implementation of initiatives on climate change adaptation and mitigation and energy efficiency, including public awareness; the integration of climate change and energy efficiency considerations throughout the Provincial Government; and the advancement of collaboration with stakeholders and with other governments on climate change and energy efficiency. 01. Salaries 563, , ,500 Employee Benefits 1,700 2,200 2,200 Transportation and Communications 34,100 36,000 32,100 Supplies 4,900 4,000 5,300 Professional Services 148, , ,000 Purchased Services 7,300 7,000 8,000 Property, Furnishings and Equipment Operating Accounts 196, , , Grants and Subsidies 500, Amount to be Voted 1,259, , ,000 Total: Climate Change 1,259, , ,000 TOTAL: OFFICE OF CLIMATE CHANGE 1,259, , ,

41 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL INTERGOVERNMENTAL AND INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS SECRETARIAT EXECUTIVE SUPPORT Appropriations provide for executive and administrative support for the Intergovernmental and Trade function of the Intergovernmental and Indigenous Affairs Secretariat. 01. Salaries 421, , ,500 Employee Benefits Transportation and Communications 34,000 39,500 32,000 Supplies 4,400 3,500 11,000 Purchased Services 282, , ,400 Property, Furnishings and Equipment Operating Accounts 320, , , Grants and Subsidies 35,000 35,500 35,500 Amount to be Voted 776, , , Revenue - Provincial - (62,500) (60,000) Total: Executive Support 776, , , INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS Appropriations provide for the review and analysis of intergovernmental issues relating to social, fiscal, resource, economic and constitutional policy and federalism, as well as for the coordination of intergovernmental negotiations in those areas. Appropriations also provide for policy advice and consultative services related to national and international trade. 01. Salaries 922, , ,700 Transportation and Communications 96,800 97,100 97,500 Supplies Professional Services 119, , , Operating Accounts 216, , , Grants and Subsidies 5,900 5,900 5,900 Amount to be Voted 1,145,600 1,298,100 1,155,300 Total: Intergovernmental Affairs 1,145,600 1,298,100 1,155,

42 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL INTERGOVERNMENTAL AND INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS SECRETARIAT (Cont'd) INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS Appropriations provide for formulation, implementation and administration of the Province's policies respecting Indigenous people. 01. Salaries 889,200 1,109,100 1,097,800 Employee Benefits 3,000 2,700 2,500 Transportation and Communications 110,300 89, ,900 Supplies 7,300 6,500 11,700 Professional Services ,000 Purchased Services 11,300 38,400 10, Operating Accounts 131, , , Grants and Subsidies 399, , ,800 Amount to be Voted 1,420,900 1,635,500 1,738, Revenue - Provincial - (8,200) - Total: Indigenous Affairs 1,420,900 1,627,300 1,738,000 TOTAL: INTERGOVERNMENTAL AND INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS SECRETARIAT 3,343,000 3,552,100 3,476,

43 EXECUTIVE COUNCIL OFFICE OF LABRADOR AFFAIRS OFFICE OF THE EXECUTIVE COUNCIL EXECUTIVE SUPPORT Appropriations provide for ministerial, executive and administrative support for the Labrador Affairs Office. 01. Salaries 424, , ,100 Employee Benefits 3, ,300 Transportation and Communications 63,600 31,000 81,600 Supplies 1,400 1,000 2,700 Purchased Services 1,800 2,100 2, Operating Accounts 69,800 34,900 90,300 Amount to be Voted 493, , ,400 Total: Executive Support 493, , , LABRADOR AFFAIRS Appropriations provide for the development and implementation of Government policy and programs which impact on the Labrador region. 01. Salaries 620, , ,300 Employee Benefits 2,000 1,500 2,500 Transportation and Communications 50,000 32,500 69,300 Supplies 6,500 6,000 8,900 Purchased Services 182, , , Operating Accounts 240, , , Grants and Subsidies 831, , ,000 Amount to be Voted 1,691,800 1,342,300 1,400,100 Total: Labrador Affairs 1,691,800 1,342,300 1,400,100 TOTAL: OFFICE OF LABRADOR AFFAIRS 2,185,700 1,795,900 1,971,

ESTIMATES OF THE PROGRAM EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND

ESTIMATES OF THE PROGRAM EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR ESTIMATES OF THE PROGRAM EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 2018-19 Prepared by The Department of Finance under the direction of The Honourable Tom Osborne

More information

ESTIMATES OF THE PROGRAM EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND

ESTIMATES OF THE PROGRAM EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR ESTIMATES OF THE PROGRAM EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 2008-09 Prepared by The Budgeting Division of the Department of Finance under the direction of

More information

Estimates A Sound Plan, A Secure Future

Estimates A Sound Plan, A Secure Future Estimates 2013 A Sound Plan, A Secure Future NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR ESTIMATES OF THE PROGRAM EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 2013-14 Prepared by The Budgeting Division of The

More information

ESTIMATES 2012 People and Prosperity. Responsible Investments for a Secure Future

ESTIMATES 2012 People and Prosperity. Responsible Investments for a Secure Future ESTIMATES 2012 People and Prosperity Responsible Investments for a Secure Future NEWFOUNDLAND AND LABRADOR ESTIMATES OF THE PROGRAM EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 2012-13 Prepared

More information

ESTIMATES OF THE PROGRAM EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND

ESTIMATES OF THE PROGRAM EXPENDITURE AND REVENUE OF THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND prosperity balance momentum stewardship leadership growth success forward looking engage ambition action standing strong secure future exploring opportunities responsible balance prosperity momentum stewardship

More information

Province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Report on the Program Expenditures and Revenues of the Consolidated Revenue Fund

Province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Report on the Program Expenditures and Revenues of the Consolidated Revenue Fund Province of Newfoundland and Labrador Report on the Program Expenditures and Revenues of the Consolidated Revenue Fund FOR THE YEAR ENDED MARCH 31, 2017 Province of Newfoundland and Labrador Report on

More information

Province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Report on the Program Expenditures and Revenues of the Consolidated Revenue Fund

Province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Report on the Program Expenditures and Revenues of the Consolidated Revenue Fund Province of Newfoundland and Labrador Report on the Program Expenditures and Revenues of the Consolidated Revenue Fund FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 MARCH 2016 Province of Newfoundland and Labrador Report on the

More information

Province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Report on the Program Expenditures and Revenues of the Consolidated Revenue Fund

Province of Newfoundland and Labrador. Report on the Program Expenditures and Revenues of the Consolidated Revenue Fund Province of Newfoundland and Labrador Report on the Program Expenditures and Revenues of the Consolidated Revenue Fund FOR THE YEAR ENDED 31 MARCH 2015 Province of Newfoundland and Labrador Report on the

More information

3.4 Special Warrants. Introduction

3.4 Special Warrants. Introduction Introduction The common parliamentary means of providing spending authority to government for its operations is through the annual passing of supply acts. This involves having the Members of the House

More information

Aboriginal Community Capital Grants Program Guide

Aboriginal Community Capital Grants Program Guide APPLICATION GUIDE FOR THE ABORIGINAL COMMUNITY CAPITAL GRANTS PROGRAM WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW BEFORE YOU APPLY Before completing your Aboriginal Community Capital Grants Program application, please read

More information

HUMBOLDT STATE UNIVERSITY SPONSORED PROGRAMS FOUNDATION

HUMBOLDT STATE UNIVERSITY SPONSORED PROGRAMS FOUNDATION HUMBOLDT STATE UNIVERSITY SPONSORED PROGRAMS FOUNDATION BASIC FINANCIAL STATEMENTS, SUPPLEMENTARY INFORMATION, AND SINGLE AUDIT REPORTS Including Schedules Prepared for Inclusion in the Financial Statements

More information

Newfoundland and Labrador Legal Aid Commission

Newfoundland and Labrador Legal Aid Commission ~ ~ Newfoundland and Labrador Legal Aid Commission THREE YEAR ACTIVITY PLAN 2008-2011 1 Newfoundland and Labrador Legal Aid Commission Three Year Plan 2008-2011 Message from the Chair As Chair of the Newfoundland

More information

House Bill 2012 Ordered by the House July 5 Including House Amendments dated April 19 and July 5

House Bill 2012 Ordered by the House July 5 Including House Amendments dated April 19 and July 5 th OREGON LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY--0 Regular Session Sponsored by Representatives KOTEK, BENTZ B-Engrossed House Bill 0 Ordered by the House July Including House Amendments dated April and July SUMMARY The

More information

79th OREGON LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY Regular Session. Enrolled. House Bill 2012 CHAPTER... AN ACT

79th OREGON LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY Regular Session. Enrolled. House Bill 2012 CHAPTER... AN ACT 79th OREGON LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY--2017 Regular Session Sponsored by Representatives KOTEK, BENTZ Enrolled House Bill 2012 CHAPTER... AN ACT Relating to Eastern Oregon Border Economic Development Region;

More information

STATEMENT OF PRINCIPAL REASONS FOR ADOPTION OF RULES

STATEMENT OF PRINCIPAL REASONS FOR ADOPTION OF RULES STATEMENT OF PRINCIPAL REASONS FOR ADOPTION OF RULES Chapters 27, 28, and 29 of the State Loan and Investment Board s rules provide for the distribution of 2008 legislative appropriations for emergency

More information

^few[blm(llan(l Labrador

^few[blm(llan(l Labrador ^few[blm(llan(l Labrador Government of Newfoundland and Labrador Office of the Premier December 14,2015 Honourable Christopher Mitchelmore Minister ofbusiness, Tourism, Culture and Rural Development, Minister

More information

Appropriation Act No. 2,

Appropriation Act No. 2, Part 2 GAZETTE OFFICIELLE DU QUÉBEC, April 12, 2000, Vol. 132, No. 15 1897 FIRST SESSION THIRTY-SIXTH LEGISLATURE Bill 106 (2000, chapter 3) Appropriation Act No. 2, 2000-2001 Introduced 30 March 2000

More information

Financial statements and report of independent certified public accountants Oklahoma State University June 30, 2006 and 2005

Financial statements and report of independent certified public accountants Oklahoma State University June 30, 2006 and 2005 Financial statements and report of independent certified public accountants Oklahoma State University June 30, 2006 and 2005 C O N T E N T S Page MANAGEMENT S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS i REPORT OF INDEPENDENT

More information

Los Angeles Community College District. Report on Audited Basic Financial Statements

Los Angeles Community College District. Report on Audited Basic Financial Statements Los Angeles Community College District Report on Audited Basic Financial Statements June 30, 2006 June 30, 2006 Los Angeles County, California: East Los Angeles College Los Angeles City College Los Angeles

More information

Community Culture & Recreation. Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program. Expression of Interest Submission Guidelines

Community Culture & Recreation. Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program. Expression of Interest Submission Guidelines Community Culture & Recreation Investing in Canada Infrastructure Program Expression of Interest Submission Guidelines 1.0 Introduction This guide provides an overview of the information required for submission

More information

An Act to authorize certain appropriations necessary for the administration of the Government from 1 April 2005

An Act to authorize certain appropriations necessary for the administration of the Government from 1 April 2005 FIRST SESSION THIRTY-SEVENTH LEGISLATURE Bill 91 (2005, chapter 4) An Act to authorize certain appropriations necessary for the administration of the Government from 1 April 2005 Introduced 22 March 2005

More information

Bingo Casino Pull-Ticket Raffle

Bingo Casino Pull-Ticket Raffle Bingo Casino Pull-Ticket Raffle Licensing and Charitable Gaming Regulatory Division February 2010 TABLE OF CONTENTS A. INTRODUCTION B. DEFINITIONS C. APPLICATION FOR GAMING LICENCE D. CHARITABLE & RELIGIOUS

More information

Use of External Consultants

Use of External Consultants Summary Introduction The Department of Transportation and Works (the Department) is responsible for the administration, supervision, control, regulation, management and direction of all matters relating

More information

APPROPRIATIONS REPORT

APPROPRIATIONS REPORT Kansas Legislature 2016-2017 APPROPRIATIONS REPORT October 2016 Kansas Legislative Research Department 300 S.W. 10th Avenue Room 68-West Statehouse Phone: (785) 296-3181 / FAX (785) 296-3824 http://www.kslegislature.org/klrd

More information

REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY GAMING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FUND PROGRAM GUIDELINES 2017

REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY GAMING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FUND PROGRAM GUIDELINES 2017 REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF ALLEGHENY COUNTY GAMING ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT FUND PROGRAM GUIDELINES 2017 Rich Fitzgerald County Executive William Brooks Chairman, RAAC TABLE OF CONTENTS I. Purpose ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

More information

MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND LONG-TERM CARE

MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND LONG-TERM CARE THE ESTIMATES, 2005-06 1 SUMMARY The Ministry provides for a health system that promotes wellness and improves health outcomes through accessible, integrated and quality services at every stage of life

More information

CAP FARM WATER SUPPLY PROGRAM Terms and Conditions

CAP FARM WATER SUPPLY PROGRAM Terms and Conditions 1.0 PURPOSE CAP FARM WATER SUPPLY PROGRAM Terms and Conditions The objective of the Farm Water Supply Program is to provide technical assistance and incentive for the creation of a Long Term Water Management

More information

INTERVENOR FUNDING PROGRAM GUIDELINES. April Prepared by: Department of Mines & Energy

INTERVENOR FUNDING PROGRAM GUIDELINES. April Prepared by: Department of Mines & Energy INTERVENOR FUNDING PROGRAM GUIDELINES April 2001 Prepared by: Department of Mines & Energy The Provincial Government s Intervenor Funding Program supports public participation in public reviews conducted

More information

MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND LONG-TERM CARE

MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND LONG-TERM CARE THE ESTIMATES, 2004-05 1 SUMMARY The Ministry provides for a health system that promotes wellness and improves health outcomes through accessible, integrated and quality services at every stage of life

More information

MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND LONG-TERM CARE

MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND LONG-TERM CARE THE ESTIMATES, 200708 1 The Ministry provides for a health system that promotes wellness and improves health outcomes through accessible, integrated and quality services at every stage of life to all Ontarians.

More information

Terms and Conditions

Terms and Conditions Terms and Conditions Program Name: Settlement Program Category: Contribution Department: Citizenship and Immigration Canada Last Updated: May 11, 2018 Note: These Terms and Conditions apply to all agreements/arrangements

More information

Lands and Investments, Office of

Lands and Investments, Office of Wyoming Administrative Rules Lands and Investments, Office of Loan and Investment Board Chapter 3: Federal Mineral Royalty Capital Construction Account Grants Effective Date: Rule Type: Reference Number:

More information

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS. Nonprofit Research and Education Corporations Annual Report

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS. Nonprofit Research and Education Corporations Annual Report DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS Nonprofit Research and Education Corporations 2013 Annual Report Table of Contents I. BACKGROUND 3 II. NPCs ROLE IN SUPPORT OF VA RESEARCH AND EDUCATION 3 III. NPC LOCATIONS

More information

Chapter 3: Business Continuity Management

Chapter 3: Business Continuity Management Chapter 3: Business Continuity Management GAO Why we did this audit: Nova Scotians rely on critical government programs and services Plans needed so critical services can continue Effective management

More information

Massachusetts Life Sciences Center Financial Statements with Management s Discussion and Analysis June 30, 2012 and 2011

Massachusetts Life Sciences Center Financial Statements with Management s Discussion and Analysis June 30, 2012 and 2011 Massachusetts Life Sciences Center Financial Statements with Management s Discussion and Analysis Index Page(s) Report of Independent Auditors...1 Management s Discussion and Analysis... 2 5 Financial

More information

CAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

CAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency APRIL 2015 66.458 CAPITALIZATION GRANT FOR STATE REVOLVING FUND State Project/Program: CLEAN WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND (CWSRF) Federal Authorization: U.S. Environmental Protection Agency CFR 40-35; Federal

More information

Municipal Grant Funding. Summary Report 2017/18 -Municipal Affairs-

Municipal Grant Funding. Summary Report 2017/18 -Municipal Affairs- Municipal Grant Funding Summary Report 2017/18 -Municipal Affairs- 2017/18 Municipal Grant Funding Summary Report Introduction Provincially-administered municipal grants comprise a significant source of

More information

Benefits of NWT Devolution

Benefits of NWT Devolution of Lands and Resources in the Northwest Territories Benefits of NWT Devolution This devolution initiative will move administration and control of Crown (public) lands, resources and waters in the Northwest

More information

Financial Assistance to Business

Financial Assistance to Business Summary Introduction The Province offers a significant number of programs that provide direct financial assistance to businesses. Direct financial assistance can be provided by way of Government grants,

More information

STATE OF NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS NEVADA ARTS COUNCIL

STATE OF NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS NEVADA ARTS COUNCIL STATE OF NEVADA DEPARTMENT OF CULTURAL AFFAIRS NEVADA ARTS COUNCIL AUDIT REPORT Table of Contents Page Executive Summary... 1 Introduction... 5 Background... 5 Scope and Objective... 6 Findings and Recommendations...

More information

Higher Education Capital Matching (HECap) Grant Program Legislation (the HECap Act )

Higher Education Capital Matching (HECap) Grant Program Legislation (the HECap Act ) Higher Education Capital Matching (HECap) Grant Program Legislation 2005-2017 (the HECap Act ) The attached provisions of law represent unofficial reproductions of the legislation establishing the HECap

More information

Alberta s Primary Agricultural Societies 2015

Alberta s Primary Agricultural Societies 2015 HUDSON REPORT Alberta s Primary Agricultural Societies 2015 2017 Alberta s Primary Agricultural Societies, 2015 - Community and Economic Benefits Table of Contents Executive Summary... i Introduction and

More information

Economic Development and Job Creation Programs in Minnesota

Economic Development and Job Creation Programs in Minnesota and Job Creation s in Minnesota Updated: November 2017 House Research Department Minnesota has a variety of programs designed to promote economic development and job creation throughout the state. The

More information

COPY REGULATION OF THE MINISTER OF FINANCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA NUMBER 223/PMK.011/2012

COPY REGULATION OF THE MINISTER OF FINANCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA NUMBER 223/PMK.011/2012 COPY REGULATION OF THE MINISTER OF FINANCE OF THE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA NUMBER 223/PMK.011/2012 CONCERNING SUPPORT FOR FEASIBILITY IN PARTIAL CONSTRUCTION EXPENSES IN COOPERATION PROJECTS BETWEEN THE GOVERNMENT

More information

Annual Report 2016/17

Annual Report 2016/17 Annual Report 2016/17 Minister of Growth, Enterprise and Trade Legislative Building Winnipeg, Manitoba CANADA R3C 0V8 Her Honour the Honourable Janice C. Filmon, C.M., O.M. Lieutenant Governor of Manitoba

More information

Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada Report on Plans and Priorities

Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada Report on Plans and Priorities Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada 2016 17 Report on Plans and Priorities For information regarding reproduction rights, please contact Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada at: CommunicationsPublications@aadnc-aandc.gc.ca

More information

-i-

-i- -i- -1- -2- -3- -4- MANAGEMENT S DISCUSSION AND ANALYSIS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED JUNE 30, 2008 (UNAUDITED) This discussion and analysis of Camden County College s financial performance provides an overall

More information

Grant Guidelines. for Cultural Facilities. Table of Contents. Florida Department of State

Grant Guidelines. for Cultural Facilities. Table of Contents. Florida Department of State Florida Department of State DiVisiOn Of Cultural Affairs Grant Guidelines for 2018-2019 Cultural Facilities Florida Department of State, Division of Cultural Affairs Florida Council on Arts and Culture

More information

Funding Programs Guide. Aquaculture Sector

Funding Programs Guide. Aquaculture Sector Funding Programs Guide Aquaculture Sector December 2017 A Commitment to Grow Aquaculture As part of The Way Forward, the Newfoundland Aquaculture Industry Association and the Government of Newfoundland

More information

Evaluation of the Miawpukek First Nation Grant Agreement

Evaluation of the Miawpukek First Nation Grant Agreement Final Report Evaluation of the Miawpukek First Nation Grant Agreement Project Number: 10013 Date: February 2011 Evaluation, Performance Measurement, and Review Branch Audit and Evaluation Sector i Table

More information

CAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND. U. S. Environmental Protection Agency

CAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND. U. S. Environmental Protection Agency APRIL 2014 66.468 CAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND State Project/Program: DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUND U. S. Environmental Protection Agency Federal Authorization: Safe

More information

Newfoundland and Labrador Legal Aid Commission. Annual Activity Report

Newfoundland and Labrador Legal Aid Commission. Annual Activity Report Newfoundland and Labrador Legal Aid Commission Annual Activity Report 2009-10 2 Message from the Chair As Chair of the Newfoundland and Labrador Legal Aid Commission I am pleased to present the Legal Aid

More information

AUDITOR GENERAL. of Newfoundland and Labrador. Report to the House of Assembly on Performance Audits of Departments and Crown Agencies

AUDITOR GENERAL. of Newfoundland and Labrador. Report to the House of Assembly on Performance Audits of Departments and Crown Agencies AUDITOR GENERAL of Newfoundland and Labrador Report to the House of Assembly on Performance Audits of Departments and Crown Agencies November 2016 Office of the Auditor General Newfoundland and Labrador

More information

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Planning and Development

U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Planning and Development U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development Community Planning and Development Special Attention of: tice: CPD-15-09 CPD Division Directors All HOME Coordinators Issued: vember 13, 2015 All HOME Participating

More information

California Competes Tax Credit Application Guide

California Competes Tax Credit Application Guide GOVERNOR S OFFICE OF BUSINESS AND ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT STATE OF CALIFORNIA OFFICE OF GOVERNOR EDMUND G. BROWN JR. California Competes Tax Credit Application Guide (Revised 1/27/2015) Foreword This guide

More information

ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP AND CLIMATE CHANGE PRODUCER PROGRAM TERMS AND CONDITIONS

ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP AND CLIMATE CHANGE PRODUCER PROGRAM TERMS AND CONDITIONS ENVIRONMENTAL STEWARDSHIP AND CLIMATE CHANGE PRODUCER PROGRAM TERMS AND CONDITIONS 1.0 PURPOSE The Environmental Stewardship and Climate Change Producer Program will support Active Producers with the implementation

More information

This is a product ruling made under section 91F of the Tax Administration Act This Ruling has been applied for by Infrastructure Auckland.

This is a product ruling made under section 91F of the Tax Administration Act This Ruling has been applied for by Infrastructure Auckland. PRODUCT RULING - BR Prd 04/03 This is a product ruling made under section 91F of the Tax Administration Act 1994. Name of the Person who applied for the Ruling This Ruling has been applied for by Infrastructure

More information

First Regular Session Seventy-second General Assembly STATE OF COLORADO INTRODUCED HOUSE SPONSORSHIP SENATE SPONSORSHIP

First Regular Session Seventy-second General Assembly STATE OF COLORADO INTRODUCED HOUSE SPONSORSHIP SENATE SPONSORSHIP First Regular Session Seventy-second General Assembly STATE OF COLORADO INTRODUCED LLS NO. -0.0 Bob Lackner x0 HOUSE BILL - Roberts and Will, HOUSE SPONSORSHIP Moreno and Coram, SENATE SPONSORSHIP House

More information

UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING BUDGET PRIMER UW Office of Academic Affairs and Budget Office Last update April 2013

UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING BUDGET PRIMER UW Office of Academic Affairs and Budget Office Last update April 2013 UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING BUDGET PRIMER UW Office of Academic Affairs and Budget Office Last update April 2013 This document provides a brief overview of UW s budgets, originally developed for members of the

More information

State Board of Education Fixed Capital Outlay Legislative Budget Request

State Board of Education Fixed Capital Outlay Legislative Budget Request State Board of Education 2011-12 Fixed Capital Outlay Legislative Budget Request Florida K-20 Education System September 21, 2010 Green Book Page # EDUCATION BUDGET Expenditure Detail Legislative Budget

More information

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS

DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS Nonprofit Research and Education Corporations 2011 Annual Report DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS Nonprofit Research and Education Corporations 2011 Annual Report Table of

More information

Budget (Scotland) (No.2) Bill [AS INTRODUCED]

Budget (Scotland) (No.2) Bill [AS INTRODUCED] Budget (Scotland) (No.2) Bill [AS INTRODUCED] CONTENTS Section PART 1 FINANCIAL YEAR 18/19 1 The Scottish Administration 2 Direct-funded bodies 3 Borrowing by statutory bodies Use of etc. The Scottish

More information

Crown Corporation BUSINESS PLANS. Table of Contents FOR THE FISCAL YEAR Innovacorp. Business Plan

Crown Corporation BUSINESS PLANS. Table of Contents FOR THE FISCAL YEAR Innovacorp. Business Plan Crown Corporation BUSINESS PLANS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR 2013 2014 Innovacorp Business Plan 2013 2014 Table of Contents Message from the Minister, Chair, and CEO.... Mission... Vision... Planning Context....

More information

Technology Bank for the Least Developed Countries

Technology Bank for the Least Developed Countries United Nations A/71/363 General Assembly Distr.: General 29 August 2016 Original: English Seventy-first session Item 13 of the provisional agenda* Integrated and coordinated implementation of and follow-up

More information

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CENTER FOR RESEARCH, INC (A Component Unit of the University of Kansas)

UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CENTER FOR RESEARCH, INC (A Component Unit of the University of Kansas) UNIVERSITY OF KANSAS CENTER FOR RESEARCH, INC (A Component Unit of the University of Kansas) FINANCIAL STATEMENTS TOGETHER WITH INDEPENDENT AUDITOR S REPORT FOR THE FISCAL YEARS ENDED JUNE 30, 2014 and

More information

I. RECOGNITION OF AUXILIARY ORGANIZATION AREAS OF SERVICE

I. RECOGNITION OF AUXILIARY ORGANIZATION AREAS OF SERVICE REVISED MASTER AGREEMENT BY AND BETWEEN THE BOARD OF GOVERNORS OF THE CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES AND THE FOUNDATION FOR CALIFORNIA COMMUNITY COLLEGES (AUXILIARY ORGANIZATION) This Revised Master Agreement

More information

CAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUNDS. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency

CAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUNDS. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency APRIL 2017 66.468 CAPITALIZATION GRANTS FOR DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUNDS State Project/Program: DRINKING WATER STATE REVOLVING FUNDS (DWSRF) U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Federal Authorization:

More information

Canada Cultural Spaces Fund (CCSF) Application Guidelines

Canada Cultural Spaces Fund (CCSF) Application Guidelines Canada Cultural Spaces Fund (CCSF) Application Guidelines This publication is available upon request in alternative formats. This publication is available in PDF format on the Internet at: http://www.pch.gc.ca/eng/1267728945673/1269445868906

More information

GENERAL GRANT REQUIREMENTS

GENERAL GRANT REQUIREMENTS Grant Packet #2 GENERAL GRANT REQUIREMENTS The following requirements, in addition to any special conditions incorporated in the Grant Agreement letter (hereinafter called the Agreement), are legally binding

More information

Report of the Auditor General to the Nova Scotia House of Assembly

Report of the Auditor General to the Nova Scotia House of Assembly May 29, 2018 Report of the Auditor General to the Nova Scotia House of Assembly Performance Independence Integrity Impact May 29, 2018 Honourable Kevin Murphy Speaker House of Assembly Province of Nova

More information

Department Total

Department Total Introduction During the fiscal years ended 31 March 1998 and 1999, Cabinet approved funding of $18.1 million for a special employment initiative known as the Job Creation Program. The purpose of this Program

More information

Newfoundland and Labrador Legal Aid Commission Annual Report

Newfoundland and Labrador Legal Aid Commission Annual Report Newfoundland and Labrador Legal Aid Commission Annual Report 202-3 www.legalaid.nl.ca Table of Contents Message from the Chair 2 Overview 4 Legal Aid Offices and Staff 5 Mandate 9 Vision Statement 9 Mission

More information

Embassy of Canada to Croatia and Kosovo Canada Fund for Local Initiatives (CFLI)

Embassy of Canada to Croatia and Kosovo Canada Fund for Local Initiatives (CFLI) Embassy of Canada to Croatia and Kosovo Canada Fund for Local Initiatives (CFLI) 2017-2018 I. General Presentation Guidelines II. III. IV. Eligible Organizations Requirements for Application Eligible Expenses

More information

EMS and Trauma Systems Funding Programs House Committee on Public Health March 27, 2008

EMS and Trauma Systems Funding Programs House Committee on Public Health March 27, 2008 EMS and Trauma Systems Funding Programs House Committee on Public Health March 27, 2008 Kathryn C. Perkins, Assistant Commissioner Division for Regulatory Services 1 Designated Trauma Facility and Emergency

More information

Geographic Tracking of Expenditures

Geographic Tracking of Expenditures G o v e r n m e n t o f t h e N o r t h w e s t T e r r i t o r i e s Geographic Tracking of Expenditures é Expenditure Data for the Year Ended March 31, 2007 Dettah Prepared by the Department of Finance

More information

Farm Energy and Agri-Processing Program Terms and Conditions

Farm Energy and Agri-Processing Program Terms and Conditions Farm Energy and Agri-Processing Program Terms and Conditions 1. Purpose The Farm Energy and Agri-Processing Program shares costs with the agriculture and agriprocessing sector on energy efficiency investments.

More information

SOUTHERN NEVADA ADULT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES FACILITY FOR THE MENTAL OFFENDER RURAL CLINICS...242

SOUTHERN NEVADA ADULT MENTAL HEALTH SERVICES FACILITY FOR THE MENTAL OFFENDER RURAL CLINICS...242 TABLE OF CONTENTS GENERAL FUND PROJECTIONS GENERAL FUND REVENUE ESTIMATES AND PROJECTED UNAPPROPRIATED GENERAL FUND BALANCES...3 STATEMENT OF PROJECTED UNAPPROPRIATED GENERAL FUND BALANCE FY 2005-06, FY

More information

GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH ABSTRACT Andhra Pradesh Infrastructure Policy - Approved. General Administration (Coordination) Department

GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH ABSTRACT Andhra Pradesh Infrastructure Policy - Approved. General Administration (Coordination) Department Infrastructure Policy GOVERNMENT OF ANDHRA PRADESH ABSTRACT Andhra Pradesh Infrastructure Policy - Approved. General Administration (Coordination) Department ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

More information

Indian and Northern Affairs Canada and Canadian Polar Commission Estimates. Report on Plans and Priorities

Indian and Northern Affairs Canada and Canadian Polar Commission Estimates. Report on Plans and Priorities Indian and Northern Affairs Canada and Canadian Polar Commission 2010 2011 Estimates Report on Plans and Priorities Table of Contents Minister s Message... 1 SECTION I Departmental Overview... 3 Raison

More information

Department of Defense DIRECTIVE. SUBJECT: Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) (USD(C))/Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Department of Defense

Department of Defense DIRECTIVE. SUBJECT: Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) (USD(C))/Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Department of Defense Department of Defense DIRECTIVE NUMBER 5118.03 January 6, 1997 Incorporating Change 2, September 25, 2007 SUBJECT: Under Secretary of Defense (Comptroller) (USD(C))/Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Department

More information

Statement of Owner Expectations NSW TAFE COMMISSION (TAFE NSW)

Statement of Owner Expectations NSW TAFE COMMISSION (TAFE NSW) Statement of Owner Expectations NSW TAFE COMMISSION (TAFE NSW) August 2013 Foreword The NSW Government s top priority is to restore economic growth throughout the State. If we want industries and businesses

More information

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z

A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Office of Finance and Administration Grant Management and Administration Handbook Glossary of Terms and Definitions A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z ABSTRACT: Summarizes the purpose,

More information

MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND LONG-TERM CARE

MINISTRY OF HEALTH AND LONG-TERM CARE THE ESTIMATES, 1 The Ministry provides for a health system that promotes wellness and improves health outcomes through accessible, integrated and quality services at every stage of life for all Ontarians.

More information

I 2 Program Frequently Asked Questions

I 2 Program Frequently Asked Questions I 2 Program Frequently Asked Questions What is the Genome BC Industry Innovation (I 2 ) Program? The I 2 Program offers repayable growth capital to businesses (with less than 500 employees), commercializing

More information

CRIMINAL JUSTICE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM

CRIMINAL JUSTICE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM APRIL 2008 CRIMINAL JUSTICE PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM State Authorization: G.S. 143B-273 NC Department of Correction Agency Contact Person - Program Yolonda Woodhouse (919) 716-3165 Agency Contact Person Financial

More information

Provincial Agrifoods Assistance Program Guide

Provincial Agrifoods Assistance Program Guide Provincial Agrifoods Assistance Program 2018-19 Guide Application Deadline: June 19, 2018 Applications and supporting documentation must be submitted to the Program Manager in Corner Brook. Only completed

More information

Kentucky Law Enforcement Foundation Program And Firefighter Foundation Program Funds

Kentucky Law Enforcement Foundation Program And Firefighter Foundation Program Funds LEGISLATIVE RESEARCH COMMISSION PROGRAM REVIEW AND INVESTIGATIONS COMMITTEE Kentucky Law Enforcement Foundation Program And Firefighter Foundation Program Funds Research Report No. 421 Prepared By Christopher

More information

Grant Applications. (a) The Institute shall accept Grant Applications for Cancer Research and Cancer Prevention programs to be funded by the

Grant Applications. (a) The Institute shall accept Grant Applications for Cancer Research and Cancer Prevention programs to be funded by the 703.3. Grant Applications. (a) The Institute shall accept Grant Applications for Cancer Research and Cancer Prevention programs to be funded by the Cancer Prevention and Research Fund or the proceeds of

More information

CITY OF LANCASTER REVITALIZATION AND IMPROVEMENT ZONE AUTHORITY

CITY OF LANCASTER REVITALIZATION AND IMPROVEMENT ZONE AUTHORITY CITY OF LANCASTER REVITALIZATION AND IMPROVEMENT ZONE AUTHORITY Guidelines for Obtaining Financing for Projects in the City of Lancaster s City Revitalization and Improvement Zone Purposes of These Guidelines

More information

WYOMING MEDICAID RULES CHAPTER 7 WYOMING NURSING HOME REIMBURSEMENT SYSTEM

WYOMING MEDICAID RULES CHAPTER 7 WYOMING NURSING HOME REIMBURSEMENT SYSTEM WYOMING MEDICAID RULES CHAPTER 7 WYOMING NURSING HOME REIMBURSEMENT SYSTEM Section 1. Authority. This Chapter is promulgated by the Department of Health pursuant to the Medical Assistance and Services

More information

HUD Q&A. This is a compilation of Q&A provided by HUD regarding relevant issues affecting TCAP and the Tax Credit Exchange Program.

HUD Q&A. This is a compilation of Q&A provided by HUD regarding relevant issues affecting TCAP and the Tax Credit Exchange Program. This is a compilation of Q&A provided by HUD regarding relevant issues affecting TCAP and the Tax Credit Exchange Program. 1. Does the Uniform Relocation Assistance and Real Property Acquisition Policies

More information

Government Gazette Staatskoerant

Government Gazette Staatskoerant Government Gazette Staatskoerant REPUBLIC OF SOUTH AFRICA REPUBLIEK VAN SUID-AFRIKA Vol. 592 Pretoria, 30 October Oktober 2014 No. 38143 N.B. The Government Printing Works will not be held responsible

More information

STATE OF ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS ADMINISTRATIVE CODE CHAPTER 920-X-1 ORGANIZATION AND GENERAL INFORMATION TABLE OF CONTENTS

STATE OF ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS ADMINISTRATIVE CODE CHAPTER 920-X-1 ORGANIZATION AND GENERAL INFORMATION TABLE OF CONTENTS Veterans Affairs Chapter 920-X-1 STATE OF ALABAMA DEPARTMENT OF VETERANS AFFAIRS ADMINISTRATIVE CODE CHAPTER 920-X-1 ORGANIZATION AND GENERAL INFORMATION TABLE OF CONTENTS 920-X-1-.01 920-X-1-.02 920-X-1-.03

More information

INNOVATION SUPERCLUSTERS. Information Session

INNOVATION SUPERCLUSTERS. Information Session INNOVATION SUPERCLUSTERS Information Session INTRODUCTION Budget 2017 made $950 million available over five years, starting in 2017-18, to support a small number of business-led innovation superclusters

More information

Business Plan. Department of Business

Business Plan. Department of Business Business Plan Department of Business Crown copyright, Province of Nova Scotia, 2018 Budget 2018 19: Business Plan March 2018 ISBN: 978-1-55457-821-4 Message from the Minister As the Department of Business

More information

Investing in Health. Budget 2018

Investing in Health. Budget 2018 Investing in Health Investing in Mental Health Student well-being teams will expand this fall to the Colonel Gray, Souris, Morell, and Bluefield families of schools and écoles François-Buote, La-Belle-Cloche,

More information

First Nations Development Fund Grant Program Guide

First Nations Development Fund Grant Program Guide First Nations Development Fund Grant Program Guide Second Edition March 2018 Application Deadlines May 1 st August 1 st December 1 st February 1 st Contents First Nations Development Fund (FNDF) Grant

More information