OPERATING: COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF TOTAL OPERATING

OPERATING: COMPARATIVE STATEMENT OF TOTAL OPERATING

THE ESTIMATES, 2009-10

TABLE 2 - Operating: Comparative Statement of Total Operating
Ministries OPERATING EXPENSE
2009-10
Estimates
2008-09
Estimates
2007-08
Actual
Aboriginal Affairs $ 67,139,914 $ 51,561,814 $ 229,990,431
Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs $ 658,614,014 $ 584,664,914 $ 761,188,173
Attorney General $ 1,388,213,614 $ 1,317,585,314 $ 1,473,201,479
Cabinet Office $ 31,756,200 $ 30,917,500 $ 31,678,820
Children and Youth Services $ 4,481,810,814 $ 4,003,904,214 $ 3,757,273,669
Citizenship and Immigration $ 178,146,287 $ 148,407,687 $ 138,341,693
Community and Social Services $ 8,330,865,214 $ 7,695,728,840 $ 7,505,302,607
Community Safety and Correctional Services $ 2,121,838,614 $ 1,999,503,587 $ 1,946,996,332
Culture $ 396,439,987 $ 295,007,187 $ 339,042,529
Economic Development $ 326,757,414 $ 372,213,214 $ 365,031,515
Education $ 14,118,194,314 $ 12,992,291,114 $ 12,564,899,200
Energy and Infrastructure $ 286,104,987 $ 174,437,528 $ 159,743,336
Environment $ 348,002,514 $ 347,932,314 $ 302,996,379
Finance $ 13,223,644,214 $ 9,953,754,814 $ 9,398,404,174
Francophone Affairs, Office of $ 5,100,600 $ 5,203,600 $ 4,948,165
Government Services $ 2,009,032,714 $ 1,739,137,014 $ 1,507,790,952
Health and Long-Term Care $ 41,528,537,487 $ 39,517,517,860 $ 37,273,910,715
Health Promotion $ 393,233,314 $ 392,625,714 $ 363,150,447
International Trade and Investment $ 61,528,414 $ 64,344,673 $ 46,675,311
Labour $ 174,084,914 $ 170,165,614 $ 155,647,949
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the $ 1,362,900 $ 1,361,100 $ 1,307,534
Municipal Affairs and Housing $ 738,312,687 $ 778,151,487 $ 752,312,906
Natural Resources $ 595,233,414 $ 599,873,714 $ 605,984,582
Northern Development and Mines $ 130,817,414 $ 121,077,214 $ 140,573,006
Premier, Office of the $ 2,804,961 $ 2,952,461 $ 2,916,160
Research and Innovation $ 394,508,614 $ 403,750,914 $ 289,545,739
Revenue $ 821,052,473 $ 637,994,841 $ 554,241,093
Small Business and Consumer Services $ 48,782,214 $ 41,841,814 $ 45,388,018
Tourism $ 119,911,214 $ 106,760,214 $ 127,331,850
Training, Colleges and Universities $ 6,506,342,814 $ 6,269,587,214 $ 5,917,615,152
Transportation $ 1,009,503,614 $ 1,002,330,914 $ 1,166,892,511
TOTAL $ 100,497,677,863   $ 91,822,586,403   $ 87,930,322,427

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TABLE 2 - Operating: Comparative Statement of Total Operating
Ministries ASSET
2009-10
Estimates
2008-09
Estimates
2007-08
Actual
Aboriginal Affairs
-
-
-
Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs $ 17,900,000 $ 15,900,000 $ 9,648,956
Attorney General $ 267,000 $ 499,000
-
Cabinet Office
-
-
-
Children and Youth Services $ 2,100,000 $ 2,100,000
-
Citizenship and Immigration
-
-
-
Community and Social Services $ 27,482,200 $ 25,232,200 $ 22,626,600
Community Safety and Correctional Services $ 16,000 $ 16,000
-
Culture
-
-
-
Economic Development $ 124,941,700 $ 147,878,400 $ 51,958,415
Education $ 1,300,000 $ 1,310,000
-
Energy and Infrastructure
-
-
-
Environment
-
-
-
Finance $ 2,000 $ 1,000
-
Francophone Affairs, Office of
-
-
-
Government Services $ 13,501,000 $ 11,001,000 $ 10,983,831
Health and Long-Term Care $ 85,194,600 $ 71,803,100 $ 66,919,004
Health Promotion $ 500,000 $ 500,000 $ 500,000
International Trade and Investment $ 1,000
-
-
Labour
-
-
-
Lieutenant Governor, Office of the
-
-
-
Municipal Affairs and Housing $ 300,000 $ 300,000
-
Natural Resources $ 431,000 $ 301,000 $ 5,573,545
Northern Development and Mines $ 3,000 $ 20,003,000 $ 17,000,000
Premier, Office of the
-
-
-
Research and Innovation $ 7,848,000 $ 15,172,000 $ 1,657,388
Revenue $ 3,978,000 $ 4,025,000
-
Small Business and Consumer Services $ 1,000 $ 1,000
-
Tourism
-
-
-
Training, Colleges and Universities $ 80,550,000 $ 285,649,100 $ 256,687,747
Transportation $ 5,000 $ 5,000
-
TOTAL $ 366,321,500   $ 601,696,800   $ 443,555,486


Note :
The Offices of the Assembly, the Chief Electoral Officer, the Ombudsman and the Auditor General will be included in Volume 2 of the 2009-10 Estimates.

Commencing in 2009-10, the Province's minor Tangible Capital Assets (mTCA) will be capitalized on a prospective basis. In previous fiscal years, mTCA were expensed in the year of acquisition by charges to an operating or capital budget, and direct comparison between 2009-10 and earlier years may not be meaningful.