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Figure 3 - Assets by Type

Description for Figure 3 - Assets by Type

Figure 3 - Assets by Type

Assets totalled $166.8 million at the end of 2012/2013. Tangible capital assets represent the largest portion of assets at $119.8 million, or 71.8%. This portion is composed of informatics software, $73.5 million; software under development, $31.3 million; leasehold improvements, $12.8 million; and other assets, $2.2 million. The remaining portion is composed of amounts due from the Consolidated Revenue Fund: $31.7 million, 19.0%; accounts receivable and advances, $8.4 million, 5.1%; prepaid expenses, $6.4 million, 3.8%; and inventory and consumable supplies, $0.5 million, 0.3%.

Figure 4 - Liabilities by Type

Description for Figure 4 - Liabilities by Type

Liabilities by Type

Total liabilities were $107.4 million at the end of 2012/2013. Employee future benefits made up the largest portion of liabilities at $46.2 million, or 43.0%. Accounts payable and accrued liabilities is the next largest portion at $39.3 million, or 36.5%. It is composed of accounts payable to external parties, $12.9 million; accounts payable to other federal government departments and agencies, $11.9 million; accrued salaries and wages, $9.0 million; and accrued liabilities, $5.5 million. Vacation pay and compensatory leave make up $20.9 million, 19.4%. The remaining portion is composed of deferred revenue and lease obligation for tangible capital assets at $1.0 million, 1.1%.

Figure 5 - Revenues by Program

Description of Figure 5 - Revenues by Program

Figure 5 - Revenues by Program

The Agency's revenues totalled $91.8 million in 2012/2013. The Social Statistics program generated $46.5 million, or 50.7%; the Economic Statistics program, $21.7 million, 23.6%; the Census, Demography and Aboriginal Statistics program, $20.8 million, 22.7%; and Internal Services, $2.8 million, 3.0%.

Figure 6 - Gross Expenditures by Program

Description of Figure 6 - Gross Expenditures by Program

Figure 6 - Gross Expenditures by Program

Total expenses, including respendable revenue and services provided without charge by other government departments, were $631.1 million in 2012/2013. The Economic Statistics program spent $227.1 million, or 36.0%; the Social Statistics program, $205.4 million, 32.5%; Internal Services, $108.6 million, 17.2%; and the Census, Demography and Aboriginal Statistics program, $90.0 million, 14.3%.

Figure 7 - Gross Expenditures by Type

Description of Figure 7 - Gross Expenditures by Type

Figure 7 - Gross Expenditures by Type

Statistics Canada spent $631.1 million in 2012/2013. The expenses comprise salaries and employee benefits, $498.3 million, or 78.9%; accommodations, $38.9 million, 6.2%; amortization, $34.4 million, 5.4%; professional services, $18.7 million, 3.0%; transportation and postage, $13.2 million, 2.1%; and other expenses, $27.6 million, 4.4%.

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