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Service Canada 2007-2008 expenditure profile
(in millions of dollars)
  Planned
Spending
Authorities Actuals
Budgetary
Operating Costs (Vote 1)1
2,384.0 2,424.0 2,413.1
Delivery Cost Related to:
• Employment Insurance Account
1,162.0 1,100.8 1,095.3
• Canada Pension Plan
191.6 204.5 202.4
• Other government department
0.0 5.0 3.0
Subtotal delivery costs
1,353.6 1,310.3 1,300.7

Gross Operating Costs2 (operating costs + delivery costs)

3,737.6 3,734.3 3,713.8
Delivered on behalf of Human Resources and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC)3

Voted Grants and Contributions (Vote 5)

663.3 726.3 624.5
Statutory Payments:
• Old Age Security
24,093.0 24,029.8 24,029.8
• Guaranteed Income Supplement
7,413.0 7,406.7 7,406.7
• Allowance
553.0 518.2 518.2
• Energy cost benefits
0.0 0.1 0.1
Sub-total Statutory Payments (a)
32,059.0 31,954.8 31,954.8
Canada Pension Plan benefits (b)
27,478.9 27,536.9 27,536.9
Employment Insurance benefits
• Part I
12,641.0 12,260.0 12,197.2
• Part II
2,053.1 2,062.1 2,051.0
Sub-total Employement Insurance benefits (c)
14,694.1 14,322.1 14,248.2
Total statutory transfer payments (a + b + c)
74,232.0 73,813.8 73,739.9

Total Delivered on behalf of HRSDC4

74,895.3 74,540.1 74,364.4
Consolidated Total
78,632.9 78,274.4 78,078.2

1. This amount includes Common Experience Payments to students of former Indian residential schools ($1.9 billion in planned spending, and $1.8174 billion in authorities and actual).

2. This amount includes statutory items for employee benefit plans, spending of proceeds from disposal of Crown assets, and refunds of previous year’s revenue.

3. The financial strategy for Service Canada establishes that statutory funds, including Canada Pension Plan, Employment Insurance, Old Age Security statutory payments, and voted grants and contributions related to the delivery of specified programs, will be allocated annually by HRSDC.

4. This amount directly benefits Canadians, and is delivered on behalf of HRSDC.

* This expenditure profile for Service Canada is an extract of HRSDC’s Departmental Performance Report for fiscal year 2007–2008.