Canada's Economic Action Plan (CEAP)
Statistics Canada has no CEAP projects to report on for 20112012.
Departmental spending trend
Figure 2 shows the seven-year trend of Statistics Canada's total spending and spending net of respendable revenue.
Figure 2 Spending trends, 2007–2008 to 2013–2014
Note: Total spending includes respendable cost-recovery revenues. Net spending is equivalent to total corporate expenditures less expenditures related to cost-recovery programs.
As Figure 2 shows, total and net spending rose in 20102011, peaked in 20112012 when the 2011 Census of Population, NHS and 2011 Census of Agriculture were conducted, and are projected to drop sharply in 20122013 as these activities begin to wind down. This cyclical pattern is typical for the Agency.
Figure 2 also shows that spending, net of cost recovery, the censuses and the NHS remains relatively stable over the seven-year cycle. Funding for regular economic increases for wages, and new spending on initiatives such as the Canadian Environmental Sustainability Indicators, the Harmonized Sales Tax Secretariat and the Consumer Price Index, have been offset by spending cuts, including the cuts resulting from the strategic review process in 2007, procurement savings, and other cost-containment measures. The decrease in spending projected for 20122013 net of cost recovery and of census is mainly due to the transfer of email, data centres, network services and telecommunication to Shared Services Canada.
Estimates by vote
For information on Statistics Canada's organizational Votes and/or statutory expenditures, please see the Public Accounts of Canada 2012 (Volume 2). An electronic version of the Public Accounts 2012 is available on the Public Works and Government Services Canada's website.
Public Accounts of Canada 2012: http://www.tpsgc-pwgsc.gc.ca/recgen/txt/72-eng.html