Provincial and territorial general government revenue and expenditures, by province and territory (Alberta, British Columbia, Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut)

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Provincial and territorial general government revenue and expenditures, by province and territory
(Alberta, British Columbia, Yukon, Northwest Territories, Nunavut)
  2009
  Alta. B.C. Y.T. N.W.T. Nvt.
  $ millions
Total revenue 40,224 36,610 929 1,432 1,305
Own source revenue 36,263 30,458 198 409 108
  Income taxes 12,440 8,920 68 202 37
  Consumption taxes 4,026 9,368 30 58 18
  Property and related taxes 1,462 2,655 3 22 2
  Other taxes 1,389 901 10 11 2
  Health and drug insurance premiums 790 1,577 0 0 0
  Contributions to social security plans 1,025 1,104 26 38 0
  Sales of goods and services 661 706 30 37 41
  Investment income 14,385 5,086 30 38 6
  Other revenue from own sources 85 143 1 3 2
General purpose transfers 1,224 1,663 575 820 979
Specific purpose transfers 2,737 4,488 156 203 218
Total expenditures 39,026 38,335 945 1,575 1,300
General government services 828 842 89 123 151
Protection of persons and property 1,270 1,301 79 110 86
Transportation and communication 3,779 2,150 152 150 38
Health 11,858 13,499 139 319 285
Social services 5,237 7,000 114 152 105
Education 9,901 8,215 146 263 241
Resource conservation and industrial development 2,464 1,594 85 133 57
Environment 723 319 23 12 19
Recreation and culture 519 576 21 19 21
Labour, employment and immigration 116 50 0 11 3
Housing 553 384 32 120 180
Regional planning and development 100 83 45 83 48
Research establishments 219 8 0 0 0
General purpose transfers 673 185 15 65 31
Debt charges 559 2,128 3 15 35
Other expenditures 227 .. 0 0 0
Surplus or deficit 1,198 -1,725 -16 -143 5

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