The Expenditure Estimates are available in PDF and HTML versions. The PDF version is a format reflecting the true printed version. The HTML version is an accessible format.
The purpose of the Ministry of Consumer and Business Services is to be a responsive, innovative world leader in customer service and consumer protection by delivering quality products for a fair, safe, dynamic and informed Ontario marketplace.
This purpose is realized by the ministry and its related agencies through a body of legislation, regulation and practice designed to: set the policy framework, set standards, manage the compliance process, advance shared public/private responsibility and partnership, position the ministry as a source of easily accessible marketplace information and promote consumer self-sufficiency.
|2001-02 Estimates||PROGRAMS||Change from 2000-01||2000-01 Estimates||1999-00 Actual|
|45,790,852||Ministry Administration Program||8,743,900||37,046,952||38,616,079|
|8,865,100||Consumer Protection and Public Safety/Business Standards Program||336,500||8,528,600||7,926,945|
|36,290,000||Alcohol and Gaming Management Program||(3,666,000)||39,956,000||40,775,951|
|32,837,400||Integrated Service Delivery Program||17,442,800||15,394,600||13,467,624|
|171,570,752||Ministry Total Operating||22,303,800||149,266,952||147,270,224|
|59,152||Less: Statutory Appropriations||-||59,152||44,152|
|171,511,600||< TOTAL OPERATING TO BE VOTED||22,303,800||149,207,800||147,226,072|
|DETAILS||2000-01 Estimates||1999-00 Actual|
|1. Previously Published Data|
|1.1 2000-01 Printed Estimates||149,266,952|
|1.2 1999-00 Public Accounts||138,398,239|
|2. Government Reorganization|
|2.1 Transfer of functions from other Ministries||8,871,985|