Provincial and territorial general government revenue and expenditures, by province and territory (Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick)

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Provincial and territorial general government revenue and expenditures, by province and territory
(Newfoundland and Labrador, Prince Edward Island, Nova Scotia, New Brunswick)
  2009
  N.L. P.E.I. N.S. N.B.
  $ millions
Total revenue 7,545 1,396 8,775 7,323
Own source revenue 3,658 859 5,348 4,725
  Income taxes 1,278 274 2,230 1,481
  Consumption taxes 1,202 304 1,927 1,633
  Property and related taxes 10 87 68 408
  Other taxes 246 35 207 164
  Health and drug insurance premiums 0 0 48 0
  Contributions to social security plans 149 32 250 188
  Sales of goods and services 153 85 338 174
  Investment income 612 41 272 664
  Other revenue from own sources 9 1 8 14
General purpose transfers 3,280 367 2,387 1,824
Specific purpose transfers 607 170 1,040 774
Total expenditures 6,488 1,516 8,864 7,643
General government services 223 65 111 146
Protection of persons and property 372 47 380 253
Transportation and communication 549 128 444 591
Health 2,064 488 3,235 2,653
Social services 796 129 1,062 893
Education 1,255 298 1,833 1,499
Resource conservation and industrial development 271 125 301 271
Environment 133 42 63 60
Recreation and culture 86 33 86 64
Labour, employment and immigration 14 4 14 32
Housing 77 11 164 84
Regional planning and development 42 5 46 40
Research establishments 0 0 1 0
General purpose transfers 74 23 140 124
Debt charges 534 118 985 933
Other expenditures 0 0 0 0
Surplus or deficit 1,057 -121 -89 -320

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