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 Ministry of Infrastructure is the central agency responsible for managing infrastructure planning, sustainable growth and setting capital priorities - in collaboration with other ministries and in consultation with municipalities, stakeholders and the public. The Ministry is also responsible for developing strategic realty policy and effectively managing and deploying significant government owned realty assets. It is responsible for developing and managing effective asset management policies and programs for land use and accommodation, and for infrastructure financing, including alternative financing and procurement (AFP).
The Ministry has legislative responsibility for the Ontario Infrastructure and Lands Corporation. The Ministry also has responsibility for Waterfront Toronto, in partnership with the federal government and the City of Toronto.
A top priority is modernizing public infrastructure to support economic prosperity and help Ontario communities achieve a high quality of life. In summer 2011, the Ministry released Building Together, Ontario's long-term infrastructure plan, which helps to create and preserve jobs, and supports economic growth. The Ministry is also responsible for the Places to Grow initiative, and is implementing growth plans in two regions of the province, the Greater Golden Horseshoe and Northern Ontario. Through legislation and co-ordination with other ministries, the ministry is helping these two regions grow in a way that supports economic prosperity, protects the environment and helps communities achieve a high quality of life.
|4003||Infrastructure and Growth Planning||15,094,100||14,901,400||192,700||12,040,382|
|4004||Realty Development and Management||58,992,100||60,243,700||(1,251,600)||67,392,466|
|TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSE TO BE VOTED||76,189,400||77,248,300||(1,058,900)||81,205,842|
|Ministry Total Operating Expense||76,397,414||77,456,314||(1,058,900)||81,249,678|
|Consolidation Adjustment - Ontario Infrastructure and Lands Corporation||5,111,000||(9,670,100)||14,781,100||45,193,000|
|Consolidation Adjustment - General Real Estate Portfolio||(31,746,800)||(33,219,300)||1,472,500||132,911,000|
|Consolidation Adjustment - Transmission Corridor Program||(8,860,000)||(10,975,000)||2,115,000||(13,220,000)|
|Consolidation Adjustment - Toronto Waterfront Revitalization Corporation||16,400,000||44,900,000||(28,500,000)||52,213,332|
|Total Including Consolidation & Other Adjustments||57,301,614||68,491,914||(11,190,300)||298,347,010|
|4003||Infrastructure and Growth Planning||231,280,500||233,455,700||(2,175,200)||124,781,205|
|4004||Realty Development and Management||185,220,800||264,486,200||(79,265,400)||185,599,890|
|TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENSE TO BE VOTED||416,501,300||497,941,900||(81,440,600)||310,381,095|
|Ministry Total Capital Expense||416,502,300||497,942,900||(81,440,600)||310,381,095|
|Consolidation Adjustment - Ontario Infrastructure and Lands Corporation||2,357,000||3,395,000||(1,038,000)||1,982,000|
|Consolidation Adjustment - General Real Estate Portfolio||(5,710,700)||(74,772,800)||69,062,100||(256,459,000)|
|Consolidation Adjustment - Toronto Waterfront Revitalization Corporation||(19,436,700)||(44,033,300)||24,596,600||-|
|Other Adjustments - Federal-Provincial Infrastructure Programs||-||(73,359,400)||73,359,400||(23,296,667)|
|Total Including Consolidation & Other Adjustments||393,711,900||309,172,400||84,539,500||32,607,428|
|4004||Realty Development and Management||11,581,000||1,000||11,580,000||-|
|TOTAL CAPITAL ASSETS TO BE VOTED||11,581,000||1,000||11,580,000||-|
|Ministry Total Capital Assets||11,581,000||1,000||11,580,000||-|
|Ministry Total Operating and Capital Including Consolidation and Other Adjustments (not including Assets)||451,013,514||377,664,314||73,349,200||330,954,438|