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 Public Safety and Emergency Response Program provides direction, leadership and delivery functions to ensure the public is protected from natural hazards such as forest fires, as well as providing emergency response services in the event of natural disasters. The program also has responsibility for the provision, directly or indirectly, of non-scheduled air transportation for the Government of Ontario.
|VOTE and item||2001-02 Estimates||PROGRAM AND ACTIVITIES||Change from 2000-01||2000-01 Estimates||1999-00 Actual|
|2104||PUBLIC SAFETY AND EMERGENCY RESPONSE PROGRAM|
|1||35,654,900||Aviation and Forest Fire Management||(261,500)||35,916,400||33,983,867|
|2||28,483,200||Extra Fire Fighting||472,200||28,011,000||73,054,296|
|64,138,100||Amount to be Voted||210,700||63,927,400||107,038,163|
|Aviation and Forest Fire Management (2104-1)||$|
|Salaries and wages||21,608,200|
|Transportation and communication||3,631,800|
|Supplies and equipment||6,053,500|
|Extra Fire Fighting (2104-2)|
|Salaries and wages||14,097,200|
|Transportation and communication||387,800|
|Supplies and equipment||2,355,400|
|Total Operating for Public Safety and Emergency Response Program||64,138,100|