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Public Protection - VOTE 2104

The Public Protection Program provides leadership for the delivery of the Ministry's emergency management program for the protection of people and property affected by forest fires, flood, drought, erosion, soil/bedrock instability, and crude and natural gas exploration including natural gas and hydrocarbon underground storage, salt solution mining emergencies and other provincially significant emergencies where assistance is requested.

The program also has responsibility for the planning and provision, directly or indirectly, of non-scheduled air transportation for the Government of Ontario.

Vote Summary
($)
ITEM # ITEM

Estimates
2014-15

Estimates
2013-14

Difference
Between
2014-15
and
2013-14

Actual
2012-13

  OPERATING EXPENSE        
1 Public Protection 99,789,100 103,446,900 (3,657,800) 185,547,369
Total Including Special Warrants 99,789,100 103,446,900 (3,657,800) 185,547,369
Less: Special Warrants 92,663,100 - 92,663,100 -
  TOTAL OPERATING EXPENSE TO BE VOTED 7,126,000 103,446,900 (96,320,900) 185,547,369
Special Warrants 92,663,100 - 92,663,100 -
S Bad Debt Expense, the Financial Administration Act 10,000 10,000 - 10,000
  Total Statutory Appropriations 10,000 10,000 - 10,000
  Total Operating Expense 99,799,100 103,456,900 (3,657,800) 185,557,369
  OPERATING ASSETS        
3 Public Safety and Emergency Response – Operating Assets 53,600 54,800 (1,200) 53,600
Total Including Special Warrants 53,600 54,800 (1,200) 53,600
Less: Special Warrants 13,300 - 13,300 -
  TOTAL OPERATING ASSETS TO BE VOTED 40,300 54,800 (14,500) 53,600
Special Warrants 13,300 - 13,300 -
  Total Operating Assets 53,600 54,800 (1,200) 53,600
  CAPITAL EXPENSE        
5 Infrastructure for Public Safety and Emergency Response 6,718,500 1,643,800 5,074,700 2,283,922
Total Including Special Warrants 6,718,500 1,643,800 5,074,700 2,283,922
Less: Special Warrants 1,306,400 - 1,306,400 -
  TOTAL CAPITAL EXPENSE TO BE VOTED 5,412,100 1,643,800 3,768,300 2,283,922
Special Warrants 1,306,400 - 1,306,400 -
S Amortization Expense, the Financial Administration Act 2,968,000 2,025,000 943,000 1,971,028
  Total Statutory Appropriations 2,968,000 2,025,000 943,000 1,971,028
  Total Capital Expense 9,686,500 3,668,800 6,017,700 4,254,950
  CAPITAL ASSETS        
4 Public Safety and Emergency Response – Capital Assets 33,649,800 33,647,500 2,300 18,169,280
Total Including Special Warrants 33,649,800 33,647,500 2,300 18,169,280
Less: Special Warrants 10,061,500 - 10,061,500 -
  TOTAL CAPITAL ASSETS TO BE VOTED 23,588,300 33,647,500 (10,059,200) 18,169,280
Special Warrants 10,061,500 - 10,061,500 -
  Total Capital Assets 33,649,800 33,647,500 2,300 18,169,280




Standard Account by Item and Sub-Items
($)
VOTE-
ITEM
#
STANDARD ACCOUNT BY ITEM AND SUB-ITEMS      
  OPERATING EXPENSE      
2104-1 Public Protection      
      Salaries and wages     62,426,300
      Employee benefits     9,194,000
      Transportation and communication     5,899,300
      Services     53,435,000
      Supplies and equipment     8,595,900
  Subtotal     139,550,500
  Less: Recoveries     39,761,400
  Total Operating Expense     99,789,100
  Sub-Items:      
  Public Safety and Emergency Response      
      Salaries and wages   30,717,300  
      Employee benefits   4,642,700  
      Transportation and communication   2,500,400  
      Services   17,430,700  
      Supplies and equipment   5,163,400  
      Subtotal   60,454,500  
      Less: Recoveries   30,760,400 29,694,100
  Emergency Fire Fighting      
      Salaries and wages   31,709,000  
      Employee benefits   4,551,300  
      Transportation and communication   3,398,900  
      Services   36,004,300  
      Supplies and equipment   3,432,500  
      Subtotal   79,096,000  
      Less: Recoveries   9,001,000 70,095,000
  Total Operating Expense     99,789,100
  Statutory Appropriations      
      Other transactions      
Statutory         Bad Debt Expense, the Financial Administration Act     10,000
  Total Operating Expense for Public Protection     99,799,100
  OPERATING ASSETS      
2104-3 Public Safety and Emergency Response – Operating Assets      
      Deposits and prepaid expenses     53,600
  Total Operating Assets     53,600
  Total Operating Assets for Public Protection     53,600
  CAPITAL EXPENSE      
2104-5 Infrastructure for Public Safety and Emergency Response      
      Transportation and communication     13,500
      Services     5,694,000
      Supplies and equipment     1,010,000
      Other transactions     1,000
  Total Capital Expense     6,718,500
  Statutory Appropriations      
      Other transactions      
Statutory         Amortization Expense, the Financial Administration Act     2,968,000
  Total Capital Expense for Public Protection     9,686,500
  CAPITAL ASSETS      
2104-4 Public Safety and Emergency Response – Capital Assets      
      Buildings - salaries and wages     251,200
      Buildings - employee benefits     33,100
      Buildings - asset costs     23,839,500
      Transportation infrastructure - asset costs     345,000
      Dams and engineering structures - asset costs     150,000
      Machinery and equipment - asset costs     1,931,000
      Land and marine fleet - asset costs     2,743,000
      Aircraft - asset costs     4,357,000
  Total Capital Assets     33,649,800
  Total Capital Assets for Public Protection     33,649,800