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Public Accounts 2014-15 Volume 2 Details of Revenue and Expense

Public Accounts, 2014-15

Contents

Contents 3 4 5

Letters of Transmittal Introduction to the Public Accounts Guide to Volume 2

General Revenue Fund 9 10 11 12 16 17 29 30

Reconciliation of General Revenue Fund Results to Summary Financial Statements Revenue by Source Revenue by Vote and Source Revenue Detail Appropriation and Expenditure by Vote Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram Expense by Vote Expense by Object

Ministries and Agencies Details of Expense 31 36 45 56 67 80 90 96 103 106 122 134 149 151 176 180 187 191 192 193 208

Advanced Education Agriculture Central Services Economy Education Environment Executive Council Finance Finance - Debt Servicing Government Relations Health Highways and Infrastructure Innovation Saskatchewan Justice Labour Relations and Workplace Safety Parks, Culture and Sport Public Service Commission Saskatchewan Research Council SaskBuilds Corporation Social Services Water Security Agency

Legislative Assembly and its Officers Details of Expense 209 211 214 216 218 225 228

Advocate for Children and Youth Chief Electoral Officer Conflict of Interest Commissioner Information and Privacy Commissioner Legislative Assembly Ombudsman Provincial Auditor

Fund Transfer Details 231

Growth and Financial Security Fund

Capital Asset Acquisitions 235 236

Capital Asset Acquisitions by Class Capital Asset Acquisitions Details

Revolving Funds 243

Revolving Funds Details of Expense

Supplier Summary 249

General Revenue Fund and Revolving Funds Supplier Summary

Other Information 263 264 265 266 269 273

Growth and Financial Security Fund Transfers and Accumulated Balance Debt Retirement Fund Accumulated Balance Summary of Pension Plan and Trust Fund Balances Summary of Individual Pension Plans and Trust Funds Statement of Remission of Taxes and Fees Road-use Fuel Tax Accountability Report

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Letters of Transmittal

Regina, Saskatchewan October 2015 To Her Honour The Honourable Vaughn Solomon Schofield Lieutenant Governor of the Province of Saskatchewan Your Honour: I have the honour to submit the details of revenue and expense for the General Revenue Fund of the Government of the Province of Saskatchewan for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2015. Respectfully submitted,

KEVIN DOHERTY Minister of Finance

Regina, Saskatchewan October 2015 The Honourable Kevin Doherty Minister of Finance We have the honour of presenting the details of revenue and expense for the General Revenue Fund of the Government of the Province of Saskatchewan for the fiscal year ended March 31, 2015. Respectfully submitted,

CLARE ISMAN Deputy Minister of Finance

TERRY PATON Provincial Comptroller

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Introduction to the Public Accounts

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Introduction to the Public Accounts The 2014-15 Public Accounts of the Government of Saskatchewan (the Government) are prepared in accordance with the Financial Administration Act, 1993 and consist of two volumes. The Government is responsible for the integrity and objectivity of the information presented in these two volumes.

Volume 1 Financial Statement Discussion and Analysis provides users of the Government’s Summary Financial Statements (SFS) with an overview of the Government’s performance by presenting comparative financial highlights and variance analysis. The information in the financial statement discussion and analysis should be read in conjunction with the SFS. Summary Financial Statements provide an accounting of the full nature and extent of the financial affairs and resources of the Government. This includes the financial results of the General Revenue Fund (GRF), Crown corporations, boards and other organizations controlled by the Government. A listing of all organizations controlled by the Government, collectively referred to as the government reporting entity, is provided in schedule 18 of the SFS.

Volume 2 Volume 2 contains the following unaudited financial information: General Revenue Fund • reconciliation of GRF results to the SFS; • revenue and expense schedules and details; • capital asset acquisitions schedule and details; Revolving Funds • expense details; Supplier Summary • listing of suppliers who received $50,000 or more for goods and services and capital assets supplied to the GRF and Revolving Funds during the fiscal year; Other Information • Growth and Financial Security Fund transfers and accumulated balance; • Debt Retirement Fund accumulated balance; • assets, liabilities and residual balances of pension plans and trust funds administered by the Government; • remissions of taxes and fees; and • road-use fuel tax accountability revenues and expenditures.

The Public Accounts are available on the Internet at http://www.finance.gov.sk.ca/public-accounts/. A Compendium is also available on the Internet at http://www.finance.gov.sk.ca/public-accounts/ that contains the financial statements of various government agencies, boards, commissions, pension plans, special purpose funds and institutions, as well as Crown corporations which are accountable to Treasury Board. In addition, the financial statements of Crown corporations and wholly-owned subsidiaries that are accountable to the Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan Board can be found, through links, on the Internet at http://www.cicorp.sk.ca/.

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Guide to Volume 2

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Guide to Volume 2 Volume 2 is prepared to enhance accountability by providing unaudited financial information for the General Revenue Fund. The General Revenue Fund is comprised of all Ministries of the Government. This is the fund into which all revenues are paid, unless otherwise provided for by legislation, and from which all expenses are appropriated by the Legislative Assembly. Some schedules provide a comparison of appropriations to expenditures by program. Expenditure is calculated from total expense, adjusting for capital asset acquisitions, amortization and other changes in non-financial assets, including prepaid expenses. Details of Expense Information on the details of expense includes: Mandates – a description of the mandates and major program areas. Expense summary – a matrix showing the expense amount for each program, grouped into major expense categories. Payee amounts – a listing for each major category of expense, as described below. The expense categories are: •

Salaries and Benefits This category includes salaries, wages, honorariums and compensation paid to employees and others who provided personal services, and pension and public sector benefit expenses. Payees who received $50,000 or more are listed. Allowances for members with additional duties are also listed.



Transfers Transfers are listed by program for recipients who received $50,000 or more. Details are not provided for high volume programs of a universal nature or income security and other programs of a confidential and personal nature. Total by recipient includes: Capital Transfers Transfers provided to a third party such as a school board, regional health authority, university or municipality to acquire or develop capital assets. Operating Transfers Transfers to or on behalf of individuals, local authorities and other third parties, for which the government does not receive any goods or services directly in return.



Goods and Services Expenses for goods and services include travel expenses incurred by employees, members of the Legislative Assembly, and others who provided personal services; contract services; and communications expense for promotion of programs and for non-promotional expense, including exhibits, displays, and the printing of educational and informational material. Amounts for Ministers’ travel expense and for suppliers who received $50,000 or more for goods and services are listed.



Capital Asset Amortization The cost of tangible capital assets allocated to expense over their useful life.



Other Expenses Expenses which do not fit in any of the above categories. Payees who received $50,000 or more are listed.



Internal Recoveries Recoveries for the provision of shared services of $50,000 or more are listed.

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Additional information is reported for two ministries: • •

Highways and Infrastructure – a report on major preservation expense and infrastructure capital by highway. Legislative Assembly – schedules of payments to Members of the Legislative Assembly for serving on committees and boards as well as for their indemnities, allowances and expenses as members.

Capital Asset Acquisitions A schedule provides capital asset acquisitions by class. Capital asset classes include land, buildings and improvements, machinery and equipment, transportation equipment, office and information technology and infrastructure. Payees who received $50,000 or more for the provision of capital assets are listed. Internal recoveries of $50,000 or more are also listed. Revolving Funds Details of Expense Payees and suppliers who received $50,000 or more from Revolving Funds are listed. Expense categories and amounts listed are the same as for the General Revenue Fund. Supplier Summary Suppliers who received $50,000 or more for goods and services and capital assets supplied to the General Revenue Fund and Revolving Funds during the fiscal year are listed. These amounts are classified as goods and services and capital asset acquisitions in Volume 2. Remission of Taxes and Fees Individuals or companies who were granted remissions of taxes or fees are listed in the Statement of Remission of Taxes and Fees. A remission is a return of or an exemption from liability to pay a tax, royalty, rental or fee payable to the Crown. Section 24 of The Financial Administration Act, 1993 provides that the Lieutenant Governor in Council may grant remissions where he/she considers it to be in the public interest or that great hardship or injustice to persons would otherwise occur. The Act permits the Minister of Finance to grant remissions where the amount is not greater than $1,000.

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Government of the Province of Saskatchewan Reconciliation of General Revenue Fund Results to Summary Financial Statements

For the Year Ended March 31, 2015

(thousands of dollars)

2015

General Revenue Consolidation Fund Adjustments

Revenue

Taxation....................................................... $ 5,886,925 Non-renewable resources............................ 2,614,478 Transfers from government organizations.... 752,711 Other own-source revenue........................... 593,660 Transfers from the federal government........ 1,853,014 Net income from government business enterprises................................................. ........

Total Revenue

11,700,788

Expense

Agriculture................................................... Community development............................. Debt charges............................................... Economic development............................... Education.................................................... Environment and natural resources............. Health.......................................................... Protection of persons and property.............. Social services and assistance.................... Transportation............................................. Other...........................................................

355,290 495,350 263,395 212,790 2,728,284 189,681 4,981,636 685,534 1,007,430 534,411 558,784

Total Expense

3,203

$

605,027 $ 6,550,674 ........ 2,520,964 (754,192) ........ 1,667,288 2,271,945 405,393 2,022,199

738,362

........

1,052,179

1,052,179

14,058,723

11,442,266

2,975,695

14,417,961

650,942 565,543 524,841 288,537 3,696,407 212,630 5,276,477 710,541 1,175,780 561,285 333,864

391,363 462,234 327,854 251,681 2,571,652 196,410 4,834,932 608,087 961,327 505,580 547,998

129,126 75,565 252,218 91,874 996,991 34,674 311,515 53,543 180,794 31,322 12,355

520,489 537,799 580,072 343,555 3,568,643 231,084 5,146,447 661,630 1,142,121 536,902 560,353

13,996,847 61,876

11,659,118 (216,852)

2,169,977 805,718

13,829,095 588,866

........

(150,000) $

$ 5,945,647 2,520,964 754,192 604,657 1,616,806

Summary Financial Statements

738,362

(165,000)

150,000

General Revenue Consolidation Fund Adjustments

2,357,935

1,984,262 373,673

165,000

$

624,733 $ 6,511,658 ........ 2,614,478 (752,711) ........ 1,400,509 1,994,169 347,042 2,200,056

295,652 70,193 261,446 75,747 968,123 22,949 294,841 25,007 168,350 26,874 (224,920)

12,012,585 (311,797)

Pre-transfer (deficit) surplus......................... Transfers from Growth and Financial Security Fund - Security.............. Transfers from Growth and Financial Security Fund - Growth...............

Surplus

$

2014

Summary Financial Statements

58,673

220,000

........ $

61,876

(220,000)

........ $

3,148

........

........ $

585,718

........ $

588,866

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Revenue by Source

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Government of the Province of Saskatchewan General Revenue Fund - Schedule of Revenue by Source

For the Year Ended March 31, 2015

(thousands of dollars)

Taxation Corporation income................................................................... Fuel........................................................................................... Individual income...................................................................... Provincial sales......................................................................... Tobacco..................................................................................... Other ........................................................................................

$

949,900 532,400 2,633,400 1,405,800 285,300 361,900

2014 Actual

2015 Actual

Planned

$

848,469 515,400 2,546,577 1,358,205 260,696 357,578

$

1,017,188 509,814 2,470,056 1,326,403 276,234 345,952

Total Taxation

6,168,700

5,886,925

5,945,647

Non-Renewable Resources Crown land sales....................................................................... Natural gas................................................................................ Oil.............................................................................................. Potash....................................................................................... Resource surcharge.................................................................. Other.........................................................................................

99,200 16,500 1,564,100 397,000 449,100 168,500

164,894 18,780 1,279,138 546,252 474,506 130,908

106,730 16,455 1,513,835 346,030 436,868 101,046

Total Non-Renewable Resources

2,694,400

2,614,478

2,520,964

Transfers from Government Entities Crown Investments Corporation of Saskatchewan.................... - Special dividend................................................................... Liquor and Gaming Authority ................................................... Other enterprises and funds......................................................

150,000 56,000 491,800 56,900

150,000 56,000 487,384 59,327

180,000 19,379 491,302 63,511

Total Transfers from Government Entities

754,700

752,711

754,192

Other Own-Source Revenue Investment income ................................................................... Motor vehicle fees..................................................................... Other fees and charges............................................................. Commercial operations............................................................. Miscellaneous ...........................................................................

58,700 199,700 164,300 ........ 120,000

82,887 190,431 142,869 78,622 98,851

94,929 188,428 147,607 80,124 93,569

Total Other Own-Source Revenue

542,700

593,660

604,657

10,160,500

9,847,774

9,825,460

Transfers from the Federal Government Canada Health Transfer............................................................ Canada Social Transfer............................................................. Other ........................................................................................

1,011,600 398,200 338,300

998,393 397,679 456,942

960,348 388,877 267,581

Total Transfers from the Federal Government

1,748,100

1,853,014

1,616,806

Total Own-Source Revenue

Total Revenue

$

11,908,600

$

11,700,788

$

11,442,266

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Revenue by Vote and Source

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Government of the Province of Saskatchewan General Revenue Fund

Schedule of Revenue by Vote and Source

For the Year Ended March 31, 2015

(thousands of dollars)

Taxation Ministries and Agencies Advanced Education..................................................................................................... $ Agriculture..................................................................................................................... Central Services............................................................................................................ Central Services - Commercial Operations.................................................................. Economy....................................................................................................................... Education......................................................................................................................

........ $ ........ ........ ........ 8,792 ........

Non-renewable Resources ........ $ ........ ........ ........ 2,139,972 ........

Transfers from Government Entities ........ $ 1,300 ........ ........ ........ ........

Other Ownsource Revenue 4,056 $ 52,363 5,429 70,753 19,085 2,115

Transfers from the Federal Government

Total

10,740 $ 71,232 ........ ........ 57,697 5,351

14,796 124,895 5,429 70,753 2,225,546 7,466

Environment.................................................................................................................. Executive Council......................................................................................................... Finance......................................................................................................................... Finance - Debt Servicing.............................................................................................. Government Relations.................................................................................................. Government Relations - Commercial Operations........................................................ Health............................................................................................................................ Highways and Infrastructure......................................................................................... Highways and Infrastructure - Commercial Operations............................................... Justice........................................................................................................................... Labour Relations and Workplace Safety...................................................................... Parks, Culture and Sport.............................................................................................. Public Service Commission.......................................................................................... Social Services............................................................................................................. Legislative Assembly and its Officers Advocate for Children and Youth................................................................................. Chief Electoral Officer...................................................................................................

........ ........ 5,878,133 ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ 474,506 ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ 718,723 ........ 333 ........ ........ 1,327 ........ 19,334 11,694 ........ ........ ........

49,918 41 277,493 1 16,425 3,157 8,807 5,407 4,712 55,045 73 7,468 145 10,613

3,430 760 1,398,194 ........ 161,867 ........ 6,737 28,012 ........ 85,672 131 440 ........ 22,751

53,348 801 8,747,049 1 178,625 3,157 15,544 34,746 4,712 160,051 11,898 7,908 145 33,364

........ ........

........ ........

........ ........

7 5

........ ........

7 5

Information and Privacy Commissioner....................................................................... Legislative Assembly.................................................................................................... Provincial Auditor.......................................................................................................... Total Revenue $

........ ........ ........ 5,886,925 $

........ ........ ........ 2,614,478 $

........ ........ ........ 752,711 $

1 15 526 593,660 $

........ ........ ........ 1,853,014 $

Growth and Financial Security Fund Transfer from Growth and Financial Security Fund - Security.................................................................................................................................................................................................... Transfer from Growth and Financial Security Fund - Growth...................................................................................................................................................................................................... Total Growth and Financial Security Fund

$ $

1 15 526 11,700,788

165,000 150,000 315,000

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Revenue Detail

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Government of the Province of Saskatchewan General Revenue Fund

Schedule of Revenue Detail For the Year Ended March 31, 2015

(thousands of dollars)

Advanced Education

Other Own-source Revenue Other fees and charges............................................................................................................ $ Miscellaneous...........................................................................................................................

204 3,852 $

Transfers from the Federal Government......................................................................

Total Advanced Education

4,056 10,740

$

14,796

$

1,300

Agriculture

Transfers from Government Entities............................................................................. Other Own-source Revenue Investment Income................................................................................................................... $ Other fees and charges............................................................................................................ Miscellaneous...........................................................................................................................

325 40,660 11,378

Transfers from the Federal Government......................................................................

Total Agriculture

$

52,363 71,232

124,895

Central Services

Other Own-source Revenue Other fees and charges............................................................................................................ $ Miscellaneous...........................................................................................................................

Total Central Services

104 5,325 $

$

5,429

5,429

Central Services - Commercial Operations

Commercial Operations................................................................................................

$

Total Central Services - Commercial Operations

70,753

$

70,753

$

8,792

Economy

Taxation........................................................................................................................ Non-renewable Resources........................................................................................... $ Crown Land Sales..................................................................................................................... Natural Gas.............................................................................................................................. Oil............................................................................................................................................. Potash...................................................................................................................................... Other non-renewable resources................................................................................................

164,894 18,780 1,279,138 546,252 130,908

2,139,972

Other Own-source Revenue Investment Income................................................................................................................... Other fees and charges............................................................................................................ Miscellaneous...........................................................................................................................

Transfers from the Federal Government......................................................................

Total Economy

374 2,780 15,931

$

19,085 57,697

2,225,546

Education

Other Own-source Revenue Other fees and charges............................................................................................................ $ Miscellaneous...........................................................................................................................

Transfers from the Federal Government......................................................................

Total Education

655 1,460 $

$

2,115 5,351

7,466

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Environment

Other Own-source Revenue Investment Income................................................................................................................... $ Other fees and charges............................................................................................................ Miscellaneous...........................................................................................................................

47 41,166 8,705 $

Transfers from the Federal Government......................................................................

Total Environment

49,918 3,430

$

53,348

$

41 760

Executive Council

Other Own-source Revenue......................................................................................... Transfers from the Federal Government......................................................................

Total Executive Council

$

801

Finance

Taxation

Corporation income................................................................................................................... $ Fuel.......................................................................................................................................... Individual Income...................................................................................................................... Provincial Sales........................................................................................................................ Tobacco.................................................................................................................................... Other taxes...............................................................................................................................

848,469 515,400 2,546,577 1,358,205 260,696 348,786 $

Non-renewable Resources........................................................................................... Transfers from Government Entities Crown Investment Corporation of Saskatchewan...................................................................... - Special Dividend.................................................................................................................... Liquor and Gaming Authority.................................................................................................... Other enterprises and funds......................................................................................................

5,878,133 474,506

150,000 56,000 487,384 25,339

718,723

81,979 190,431 3,654 1,429

277,493

Other Own-source Revenue Investment Income................................................................................................................... Motor vehicles fees................................................................................................................... Other fees and charges............................................................................................................ Miscellaneous...........................................................................................................................

Transfers from the Federal Government Canada Health Transfer (CHT)................................................................................................. Canada Social Transfer (CST).................................................................................................. Other federal transfers..............................................................................................................

998,393 397,679 2,122

Total Finance

$

1,398,194

8,747,049

Finance - Debt Servicing

Other Own-source Revenue.........................................................................................

$

Total Finance - Debt Servicing

1

$

1

$

333

Government Relations

Transfers from Government Entities............................................................................. Other Own-source Revenue Other fees and charges............................................................................................................ $ Miscellaneous...........................................................................................................................

Transfers from the Federal Government......................................................................

Total Government Relations

1,196 15,229

$

16,425 161,867

178,625

Government Relations - Commercial Operations

Commercial Operations................................................................................................

Total Government Relations - Commercial Operations

$

$

3,157

3,157

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Health

Other Own-source Revenue Investment Income................................................................................................................... $ Other fees and charges............................................................................................................ Miscellaneous...........................................................................................................................

87 2,443 6,277 $

Transfers from the Federal Government......................................................................

Total Health

8,807 6,737

$

15,544

$

1,327

Highways and Infrastructure

Transfers from Government Entities............................................................................. Other Own-source Revenue Investment Income................................................................................................................... $ Other fees and charges............................................................................................................ Miscellaneous...........................................................................................................................

67 2,255 3,085

Transfers from the Federal Government......................................................................

Total Highways and Infrastructure

$

5,407 28,012

34,746

Highways and Infrastructure - Commercial Operations

Commercial Operations................................................................................................

$

Total Highways and Infrastructure - Commercial Operations

4,712

$

4,712

$

19,334

Justice

Transfers from Government Entities............................................................................. Other Own-source Revenue Investment Income................................................................................................................... $ Other fees and charges............................................................................................................ Miscellaneous...........................................................................................................................

3 34,947 20,095

Transfers from the Federal Government......................................................................

Total Justice

55,045 85,672

$

160,051

$

11,694

Labour Relations and Workplace Safety

Transfers from Government Entities............................................................................. Other Own-source Revenue Other fees and charges............................................................................................................ $ Miscellaneous...........................................................................................................................

68 5

Transfers from the Federal Government......................................................................

Total Labour Relations and Workplace Safety

$

73 131

11,898

Parks, Culture and Sport

Other Own-source Revenue

Other fees and charges............................................................................................................ $ Miscellaneous...........................................................................................................................

7,025 443 $

Transfers from the Federal Government......................................................................

Total Parks, Culture and Sport

$

7,468 440

7,908

Public Service Commission

Other Own-source Revenue

Other fees and charges............................................................................................................ $ Miscellaneous...........................................................................................................................

Total Public Service Commission Social Services

23 122 $

$

145

145

145

Other Own-source Revenue Other fees and charges............................................................................................................ $ Miscellaneous...........................................................................................................................

Transfers from the Federal Government......................................................................

Total Social Services

5,685 4,928 $

$

10,613 22,751

33,364

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Advocate for Children and Youth

Other Own-source Revenue.........................................................................................

Total Advocate for Children and Youth

$

$

7

7

Chief Electoral Officer

Other Own-source Revenue.........................................................................................

Total Chief Electoral Officer

$

$

5

5

Information and Privacy Commissioner

Other Own-source Revenue.........................................................................................

Total Information and Privacy Commissioner

$

$

1

1

Legislative Assembly

Other Own-source Revenue Other fees and charges............................................................................................................ $ Miscellaneous...........................................................................................................................

Total Legislative Assembly

4 11 $

$

15

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Provincial Auditor

Other Own-source Revenue Investment Income................................................................................................................... $ Miscellaneous...........................................................................................................................

Total Provincial Auditor

Total Revenue

5 521 $

526

$

526

$

11,700,788

$

165,000 150,000

Growth and Financial Security Fund

Transfer from Growth and Financial Security Fund-Security........................................ Transfer from Growth and Financial Security Fund-Growth.........................................

Total Growth and Financial Security Fund

$

315,000

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Appropriation and Expenditure by Vote

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Government of the Province of Saskatchewan General Revenue Fund - Appropriation and Expenditure by Vote

For the Year Ended March 31, 2015

Appropriation

Vote Ministries and Agencies Advanced Education ......................................................................... Agriculture ......................................................................................... Central Services ............................................................................... Central Services - Commercial Operations (1) ................................. Economy ........................................................................................... Education .......................................................................................... Environment ...................................................................................... Executive Council ............................................................................. Finance ............................................................................................. Finance - Debt Servicing .................................................................. Government Relations ...................................................................... Government Relations - Commercial Operations (1) ........................ Health ................................................................................................ Highways and Infrastructure ............................................................. Highways and Infrastructure - Commercial Operations (1) ............... Highways and Infrastructure Capital ................................................. Innovation Saskatchewan ................................................................. Justice ............................................................................................... Labour Relations and Workplace Safety .......................................... Parks, Culture and Sport ................................................................... Public Service Commission .............................................................. Saskatchewan Research Council ..................................................... SaskBuilds Corporation .................................................................... Social Services ................................................................................. Water Security Agency ..................................................................... Legislative Assembly and its Officers Advocate for Children and Youth ...................................................... Chief Electoral Officer ....................................................................... Conflict of Interest Commissioner ..................................................... Information and Privacy Commissioner ............................................ Legislative Assembly ........................................................................ Ombudsman ..................................................................................... Provincial Auditor .............................................................................. Totals Growth and Financial Security Fund Growth and Financial Security Fund .................................................

Statutory Adjustment (1)

Appropriation

37 $ 1 13 13 23 5 26 10 18 12 30 30 32 16 16 17 84 3 20 27 33 35 86 36 87 76 34 57 55 21 56 28

817,485,000 $ 370,755,000 67,697,000 --281,706,000 1,777,887,000 161,605,000 18,025,000 371,669,000 285,000,000 466,235,000 --5,023,821,000 664,463,000 ----11,590,000 595,165,000 18,660,000 155,949,000 34,676,000 20,343,000 12,075,000 962,986,000 17,544,000

Special Warrants & Supplementary Estimates

Expenditure Revised Appropriation

189 $ 198 (23,722,863) 61,515,589 405 (4,718,035) 198 (1,864) (2,278,992) (21,605,406) 198 3,157,118 --198 4,711,413 24,756,776 --(253,182) --207 ------189 ---

5,400,000 $ --------43,326,000 --------118,779,000 --14,500,000 28,250,000 ------4,622,000 ----------29,650,000 ---

822,885,189 370,755,198 43,974,137 61,515,589 281,706,405 1,816,494,965 161,605,198 18,023,136 369,390,008 263,394,594 585,014,198 3,157,118 5,038,321,000 692,713,198 4,711,413 24,756,776 11,590,000 599,533,818 18,660,000 155,949,207 34,676,000 20,343,000 12,075,000 992,636,189 17,544,000

133,000 --272,000 121,000 ------245,053,000 $

2,663,177 5,778,663 422,000 1,268,000 25,715,242 3,379,762 8,762,000 12,469,414,180

--- $

$

2,523,000 4,605,000 150,000 1,147,000 27,352,000 3,410,000 8,752,000 12,183,275,000

$

7,177 1,173,663 ----(1,636,758) (30,238) 10,000 41,086,180 $

82 $

52,700,000

$

(52,700,000) $

Actual Expense $

$

--- $

Capital Asset Acquisitions

822,116,128 $ 355,289,835 37,719,968 71,716,650 264,664,619 1,797,349,652 154,357,332 16,044,542 358,847,128 263,394,594 572,297,056 3,157,118 4,981,635,656 461,663,004 4,558,634 --11,590,000 564,644,622 17,573,969 141,506,061 35,382,737 20,343,000 12,075,000 980,588,203 17,544,000

Capital Asset Amortization

Other (2)

16,754 $ 519,259 22,812,609 --8,442,817 14,762,529 5,539,656 875,025 ----1,574,024 --60,159,203 373,786,243 --17,900,000 --32,815,435 115,032 13,047,791 ------8,574,574 ---

(309,477) $ (2,413,520) (23,723,071) (9,237,455) (3,144,933) (599,944) (9,496,896) (247,327) (605,850) --(2,512,144) --(1,776,541) (147,389,864) ------(2,329,080) (123,668) (3,288,728) (1,411,460) ----(4,180,853) ---

--- $ (69,468) (1,952,050) --5,251,897 (4,700,629) (383,388) ----------(615,907) 4,090,580 ------13,995 (17,273) (18,373) ------(4,489) ---

821,823,405 353,326,106 34,857,456 62,479,195 275,214,400 1,806,811,608 150,016,704 16,672,240 358,241,278 263,394,594 571,358,936 3,157,118 5,039,402,411 692,149,963 4,558,634 17,900,000 11,590,000 595,144,972 17,548,060 151,246,751 33,971,277 20,343,000 12,075,000 984,977,435 17,544,000

$

1,493 955,557 ----52,426 995 --561,951,422 $

(194,328) (163,808) ----(75,765) (129,552) --(213,354,264) $

(10,243) 17,500 921 (5,808) (25,186) (868) --1,571,211 $

2,611,031 5,778,663 292,366 1,262,023 25,039,266 3,213,229 8,752,000 12,362,753,121

--- $

--- $

--- $

--- $

2,814,109 4,969,414 291,445 1,267,831 25,087,791 3,342,654 8,752,000 12,012,584,752

(1) Statutory Adjustment includes an amount equal to actual revenues of $78.6 million generated from commercial operations which can be used to pay commercial operation expenses. It also includes an amount for unutilized appropriations for major capital projects of $24.8 million voted in a previous year and carried over as allowed by appropriation acts. (2) Includes the change in inventory held for use or consumption, the change in prepaid expenses, the change in contaminated sites liabilities, and losses on disposal of capital assets and write-downs of capital assets.

Over (Under) Revised Appropriation

Total Expenditure $

(1,061,784) (17,429,092) (9,116,681) 963,606 (6,492,005) (9,683,357) (11,588,494) (1,350,896) (11,148,730) --(13,655,262) --1,081,411 (563,235) (152,779) (6,856,776) --(4,388,846) (1,111,940) (4,702,456) (704,723) ----(7,658,754) ---

$

(52,146) --(129,634) (5,977) (675,976) (166,533) (10,000) (106,661,059)

--- $

---

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Government of the Province of Saskatchewan General Revenue Fund - Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

For the Year Ended March 31, 2015

Subvote and Subprogram

Appropriation

Statutory Adjustment (1)

Appropriation Special Warrants & Supplementary Estimates

Expenditure

Virements

Revised Appropriation

Capital Asset Acquisitions

Actual Expense

Capital Asset Amortization

Other (2)

Total Expenditure

Over (Under) Revised Appropriation

Ministries and Agencies Advanced Education (Vote 37) Central Management and Services (AE01) Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $ Executive Management......................................................................................... Central Services.................................................................................................... Accommodation Services...................................................................................... Post-Secondary Education (AE02) Operational Support.............................................................................................. Universities, Federated and Affiliated Colleges................................................... Technical Institutes................................................................................................ Regional Colleges................................................................................................. Post-Secondary Capital Transfers........................................................................ Innovation and Science Fund............................................................................... Science and Technology Research.....................................................................

2,948,000 488,748,000 151,940,000 28,271,000 32,600,000 6,350,000 9,731,000 720,588,000

Student Supports (AE03) Operational Support.............................................................................................. Saskatchewan Student Aid Fund......................................................................... Graduate Retention Program................................................................................ Scholarships.......................................................................................................... Saskatchewan Advantage Grant for Education Savings.....................................

3,008,000 32,500,000 27,000,000 11,950,000 7,500,000 81,958,000

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (AE07) Amortization - Office and Information Technology............................................... Total Advanced Education

$

Agriculture (Vote 1) Central Management and Services (AG01) Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $ Executive Management......................................................................................... Central Services.................................................................................................... Accommodation Services...................................................................................... Policy and Planning (AG05) Research and Technology (AG06) Project Coordination.............................................................................................. Research Programming........................................................................................ Regional Services (AG07) Land Management (AG04) Land Management Services................................................................................. Land Revenue - Bad Debt Allowances................................................................. Crown Land Sale Incentive Program.................................................................... Industry Assistance (AG03) Contributions for General Agriculture Interests.................................................... Comprehensive Pest Control Program................................................................. Financial Programs (AG09) Business Risk Management (AG10) Crop Insurance Program Delivery........................................................................ Crop Insurance Program Premiums..................................................................... AgriStability Program Delivery............................................................................... AgriStability............................................................................................................ AgriInvest............................................................................................................... Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (AG14) Amortization - Infrastructure.................................................................................. Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.............................................. Amortization - Machinery and Equipment............................................................

48,000 1,638,000 9,360,000 3,893,000 14,939,000

----817,485,000 $

$

189

---

----189 $

---

---

5,400,000 --5,400,000 $

(1,500,000)

(1,500,000)

3,000,000 ----- $

48,189 1,604,301 7,516,871 3,823,732 12,993,093

(446,096)

719,088,000

2,575,731 489,222,902 152,412,250 28,271,000 30,298,000 6,192,978 9,731,000 718,703,861

-----------------

-----------------

-----------------

2,575,731 489,222,902 152,412,250 28,271,000 30,298,000 6,192,978 9,731,000 718,703,861

(384,139)

90,358,000

2,857,295 32,000,000 35,466,000 12,074,596 7,728,560 90,126,451

-------------

-------------

-------------

2,857,295 32,000,000 35,466,000 12,074,596 7,728,560 90,126,451

(231,549)

--822,885,189 $

(309,477) (309,477) (309,477) $

------- $

--- $ -----------

--- $ -----------

--- $ (298) (580) --(878) 2,283

----821,823,405 $

--(1,061,784)

48,198 1,312,484 4,975,739 3,164,227 9,500,648 2,733,664

(1,764,550) (271,336)

198 ---

-----

-----

11,265,198 3,005,000

48,198 1,312,782 4,976,319 3,164,227 9,501,526 2,731,381

945,000 25,776,000 26,721,000 40,333,000

-----

-----

9,000,000 (9,000,000)

35,721,000 31,333,000

1,882,857 33,394,430 35,277,287 22,571,773

---------

---------

784 --784 (12,901)

1,883,641 33,394,430 35,278,071 22,558,872

(442,929) (8,774,128)

5,977,000

3,949,065 3,958 607,889 4,560,912

488,111 ----488,111

---------

(1,420) ----(1,420)

4,435,756 3,958 607,889 5,047,603

(929,397)

7,571,000 23,598,000

3,957,220 2,455,844 6,413,064 20,807,242

31,148 --31,148 ---

---------

------(57,336)

3,988,368 2,455,844 6,444,212 20,749,906

(1,126,788) (2,848,094)

252,285,000

29,471,000 134,527,771 17,824,000 30,886,359 38,304,000 251,013,130

-------------

-------------

-------------

29,471,000 134,527,771 17,824,000 30,886,359 38,304,000 251,013,130

(1,271,870)

1,958,611 383,996 55,383

-------

(1,958,611) (383,996) (55,383)

-------

-------

4,171,000 3,400,000 7,571,000 33,648,000 31,310,000 134,100,000 21,585,000 21,100,000 34,140,000 242,235,000 -------

---

-----

---

---

-----

---

---

--(10,050,000)

10,050,000

$

----16,754 $

48,000 1,525,000 5,862,000 3,830,000 11,265,000 3,005,000

5,177,000 500,000 300,000 5,977,000

$

$

--- $ --16,754 --16,754

--- $ ---------

13,439,189

309,477 309,477 822,116,128

$

--- $ ---------

48,189 1,604,301 7,500,117 3,823,732 12,976,339

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For the Year Ended March 31, 2015

Subvote and Subprogram Amortization - Transportation Equipment............................................................. Amortization - Office and Information Technology............................................... Total Agriculture

$

Central Services (Vote 13) Central Management and Services (CS01) Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $ Executive Management......................................................................................... Central Services.................................................................................................... Accommodation Services...................................................................................... Allocated to Services Subvotes............................................................................ Property Management (CS02) Operations and Maintenance of Property............................................................ Accommodation Costs Incurred on Behalf of the Legislative Assembly............. Program Delivery and Client Services.................................................................. Environmental Sustainability Investments............................................................ Property Management Allocated to Ministries...................................................... Property Management Charged to External Clients............................................

Appropriation ------370,755,000 $

48,000 812,000 8,713,000 343,000 (9,868,000) 48,000

---

2,489,224

---

2,752,408

9,517,000 9,131,000 14,625,000 33,273,000

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (CS08) Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.............................................. Amortization - Machinery and Equipment............................................................ Amortization - Office and Information Technology............................................... Amortization Allocated to Services Subvote.........................................................

---

8,421,140

12,812,000 6,616,000 44,146,000 (42,947,000) (2,133,000) 18,494,000

Major Capital Asset Acquisitions (CS07) Land, Buildings and Improvements...................................................................... Machinery and Equipment.................................................................................... Office and Information Technology.......................................................................

----- $

---

24,129,747

8,200,000 --12,500,000 ----4,100,000 (24,800,000) ---

Information Technology Office (CS11) IT Coordination and Transformation Initiatives.................................................... Application Support............................................................................................... Interministerial Services........................................................................................ IT Allocated to Ministries....................................................................................... IT Allocated to External Clients.............................................................................

--198 $

207

35,210,000 11,683,000 4,401,000 4,036,000 12,883,000 3,217,000 (40,339,000) (22,272,000) 8,819,000

Project Management (CS03) Courthouses.......................................................................................................... Pine Grove Provincial Correctional Centre........................................................... Prince Albert Provincial Correctional Centre........................................................ Valley View............................................................................................................. Women's Remand Centre..................................................................................... Other...................................................................................................................... Project Management Allocated to Ministries........................................................

Statutory Adjustment (1)

Expenditure

Virements ----- $

Revised Appropriation --370,755,198 $

$

153,921,000 3,002,000 19,475,000 2,012,000 (124,980,000) (46,367,000) 7,063,000

Transportation and Other Services (CS05) Vehicle Services.................................................................................................... Air Services............................................................................................................ Saskatchewan Archives Board............................................................................. Procurement.......................................................................................................... Mail Services.......................................................................................................... Telecommunications Services.............................................................................. Services Allocated to Ministries............................................................................ Services Charged to External Clients...................................................................

Appropriation Special Warrants & Supplementary Estimates

---

---

Total Central Services

$

----------67,697,000 $

Central Services (Vote 13) Central Services (Vote 13) - Commercial Operations Property Management (CS02) Transportation and Other Services (CS05) Project Management (CS03) Information Technology (CS11) Total Central Services

$

67,697,000

$

--------67,697,000 $

$

---

---

4,350,000

2,200,000

---

(4,000,000)

(2,550,000)

48,207

Other (2) ------(69,468) $

48,207 $ 637,027 7,293,582 421,675 (8,352,284) 48,207

--- $ -----------

--- $ -----------

--- $ -----------

Total Expenditure ------353,326,106 $

Over (Under) Revised Appropriation --(17,429,092)

48,207 637,027 7,293,582 421,675 (8,352,284) 48,207

---

35,542,747

---------------

(21,539,372) --(89,270) ------(21,628,642)

(1,413,737) --3,457 ------(1,410,280)

142,451,689 3,002,000 17,641,813 877,137 (128,461,063) --35,511,576

(31,171)

19,440,140

35,242,819 10,800,295 4,401,000 3,329,419 13,039,872 3,685,055 (39,634,831) --30,863,629

-------------------

(9,005,565) (1,865,162) ----(42,779) ------(10,913,506)

(541,812) (6,560) ----15,865 ------(532,507)

25,695,442 8,928,573 4,401,000 3,329,419 13,012,958 3,685,055 (39,634,831) --19,417,616

(22,524)

2,489,224

11,864 --------5,420,157 (2,942,797) 2,489,224

7,269,684 6,721 13,000,000 2,255,271 270,116 9,947,894 (32,749,686) ---

-----------------

-----------------

7,281,548 6,721 13,000,000 2,255,271 270,116 15,368,051 (35,692,483) 2,489,224

---

17,246,408

7,561,104 7,811,458 106,444,655 (104,341,420) --17,475,797

-------------

----(418,378) ----(418,378)

-------------

7,561,104 7,811,458 106,026,277 (104,341,420) --17,057,419

(188,989)

30,723,000

----9,263 9,263

7,722,972 5,794,783 9,294,854 22,812,609

---------

----(9,263) (9,263)

----- $

----- $

(23,722,863) $

--- $

--- $

43,974,137

----------- $

----------- $

40,134,942 15,733,189 2,489,224 3,158,234 105,489,726

$

Capital Asset Amortization (11,029) (4,501) (2,413,520) (2,413,520) $

165,404,798 3,002,000 17,727,626 877,137 (128,461,063) --58,550,498

--37,792,726 $

40,134,942 15,733,189 2,489,224 3,158,234 37,792,726

Actual Expense 11,029 4,501 2,413,520 355,289,835 $

Capital Asset Acquisitions ------519,259 $

--105,489,726 $

----------109,436,618 $

$

37,719,968

$

45,379,828 20,644,753 2,498,730 3,193,339 109,436,618

7,722,972 5,794,783 9,294,854 22,812,609

(7,910,391)

----------97,336,651 $

--(8,153,075)

$

(9,116,681)

$

(378,561) 1,310,107 9,506 22,554 (8,153,075)

----------22,812,609 $

----------(32,960,526) $

----------(1,952,050) $

$

22,812,609

$

(23,723,071) $

(1,952,050) $

34,857,456

$

--------22,812,609 $

(5,623,447) (3,601,457) --(12,551) (32,960,526) $

--------(1,952,050) $

39,756,381 17,043,296 2,498,730 3,180,788 97,336,651

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For the Year Ended March 31, 2015

Subvote and Subprogram

Appropriation

Economy (Vote 23) Central Management and Services (EC01) Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $ Executive Management......................................................................................... Central Services.................................................................................................... Accommodation Services...................................................................................... Surface Rights Board of Arbitration...................................................................... Minerals, Lands and Resource Policy (EC06) Operational Support.............................................................................................. Lands and Mineral Tenure.................................................................................... Saskatchewan Geological Survey........................................................................ Forestry Development........................................................................................... Remediation of Contaminated Sites.....................................................................

2,584,000 1,628,000 4,527,000 852,000 5,300,000 14,891,000 11,942,000

Petroleum and Natural Gas (EC05) Revenue and Corporate Services (EC04) Operational Support.............................................................................................. Small Business Loan Associations - Concessionary Allowance......................... Small Business Loan Associations - Loan Loss Provision.................................. Ethanol Fuel Tax Rebate...................................................................................... Renewable Diesel Program..................................................................................

5,046,000 267,000 480,000 8,000,000 1,800,000 15,593,000

Economic Development (EC12) Operational Support.............................................................................................. Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership.....................................................

9,961,000 3,386,000 13,347,000 16,172,000

Tourism Saskatchewan (EC14) Labour Market Development (EC13) Operational Support.............................................................................................. Work Readiness - Youth and Adult Skills Training.............................................. Work Readiness - Adult Basic Education............................................................. Work Readiness - Employment Development..................................................... Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission................. Employability Assistance for People with Disabilities........................................... Provincial Training Allowance............................................................................... Skills Training Benefits.......................................................................................... Apprenticeship Training Allowance...................................................................... Immigration............................................................................................................

17,495,000 19,886,000 25,021,000 25,294,000 22,226,000 9,941,000 31,017,000 6,657,000 2,745,000 8,853,000 169,135,000 1,144,000

Performance and Strategic Initiatives (EC20) Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (EC17) Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.............................................. Amortization - Machinery and Equipment............................................................ Amortization - Office and Information Technology............................................... Total Economy

$

Education (Vote 5) Central Management and Services (ED01) Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $ Executive Management......................................................................................... Central Services.................................................................................................... Accommodation Services...................................................................................... K-12 Education (ED03) Achievement and Operational Support................................................................ School Operating................................................................................................... K-12 Initiatives....................................................................................................... School Capital........................................................................................................ Educational Agencies............................................................................................ Early Years (ED08) Operational Support.............................................................................................. KidsFirst................................................................................................................. Early Childhood Intervention Programs................................................................

96,000 1,471,000 28,106,000 9,640,000 169,000 39,482,000

--------281,706,000 $

48,000 1,363,000 13,555,000 3,952,000 18,918,000 32,349,000 1,170,431,000 38,296,000 96,169,000 501,000 1,337,746,000 4,402,000 4,569,000 3,913,000

Statutory Adjustment (1)

Appropriation Special Warrants & Supplementary Estimates

Expenditure

Virements

Revised Appropriation

Actual Expense

$

405

-----

---

-----

-----

--405 $

---

-----

---

-----

-----

----- $

(3,302,000)

6,300,000 2,050,000

(800,000)

(1,000,000) ---

(3,248,000) ---

----- $

---

1,600,000

41,635,000

(25,000)

---

$

--- $ (6,754) 1,257 ----(5,497)

Total Expenditure

Over (Under) Revised Appropriation

21,191,000 13,992,000

1,753,866 1,772,060 4,250,097 717,543 7,000,000 15,493,566 13,393,736

------------308,155

---------------

19,155 (536) 483 1,573 5,300,000 5,320,675 (9,775)

1,773,021 1,771,524 4,250,580 719,116 12,300,000 20,814,241 13,692,116

(376,759) (299,884)

14,793,000

3,978,108 235,868 478,473 8,000,000 1,662,428 14,354,877

-------------

-------------

(5,976) --------(5,976)

3,972,132 235,868 478,473 8,000,000 1,662,428 14,348,901

(444,099)

12,347,000 16,172,000

8,721,172 3,386,000 12,107,172 16,172,000

---------

---------

(40,012) --(40,012) ---

8,681,160 3,386,000 12,067,160 16,172,000

(279,840) ---

165,887,000 1,144,000

17,302,348 19,220,708 24,367,137 25,374,912 22,226,000 11,017,903 29,124,422 5,159,187 3,181,948 6,898,046 163,872,611 1,061,247

-------------------------

-------------------------

(3,884) (4,000) --(500) ----------11 (8,373) 855

17,298,464 19,216,708 24,367,137 25,374,412 22,226,000 11,017,903 29,124,422 5,159,187 3,181,948 6,898,057 163,864,238 1,062,102

(2,022,762) (81,898)

--281,706,405 $

270,714 111,246 2,762,973 3,144,933 264,664,619

--------275,214,400 $

--(6,492,005)

$

--- $ -----------

Other (2)

36,180,405

$

--- $ --7,530,784 603,878 --8,134,662

Capital Asset Amortization

96,405 1,259,948 14,350,903 9,214,326 142,895 25,064,477

$

198

Capital Asset Acquisitions

--------8,442,817 $

(270,714) (111,246) (2,762,973) (3,144,933) (3,144,933) $

--------5,251,897 $

--- $ ---------

--- $ ---------

--- $ ---------

96,405 1,253,194 21,882,944 9,818,204 142,895 33,193,642

(2,986,763)

20,493,198

48,198 1,846,520 12,107,092 5,549,555 19,551,365

48,198 1,846,520 12,107,092 5,549,555 19,551,365

1,379,381,000

33,652,983 1,199,976,317 34,327,906 93,393,587 537,804 1,361,888,597

------14,762,529 --14,762,529

-------------

(4,154,441) ----(546,188) --(4,700,629)

29,498,542 1,199,976,317 34,327,906 107,609,928 537,804 1,371,950,497

(941,833)

4,103,732 4,568,951 4,004,093

-------

-------

-------

4,103,732 4,568,951 4,004,093

(7,430,503)

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For the Year Ended March 31, 2015

Subvote and Subprogram Child Care.............................................................................................................. Child Care Capital Transfers.................................................................................

Appropriation 51,063,000 1,700,000 65,647,000 2,769,000 12,722,000

Literacy (ED17) Provincial Library (ED15) Teachers' Pensions and Benefits (ED04) Teachers' Superannuation Commission.............................................................. Teachers' Superannuation Plan (Statutory)......................................................... Teachers' Group Life Insurance (Statutory)......................................................... Teachers' Dental Plan........................................................................................... Saskatchewan Teachers' Retirement Plan (Statutory)........................................ Teachers' Extended Health Plan..........................................................................

1,563,000 222,853,000 2,224,000 11,424,000 82,720,000 19,301,000 340,085,000

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (ED16) Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.............................................. Amortization - Office and Information Technology............................................... Total Education

$

Environment (Vote 26) Central Management and Services (EN01) Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $ Executive Management......................................................................................... Central Services.................................................................................................... Accommodation Services...................................................................................... Climate Change (EN06) Landscape Stewardship (EN15) Land....................................................................................................................... Aboriginal Affairs....................................................................................................

48,000 1,479,000 9,486,000 5,556,000 16,569,000 2,815,000 3,239,000 767,000 4,006,000

Environmental Support (EN14) Strategic Planning and Performance Improvement............................................. Data Management................................................................................................. Client Services.......................................................................................................

1,263,000 829,000 1,161,000 3,253,000

Fish and Wildlife (EN07) Fish and Wildlife Program..................................................................................... Fish and Wildlife Development Fund....................................................................

6,625,000 3,804,000 10,429,000 17,030,000

Compliance and Field Services (EN08) Environmental Protection (EN11) Environmental Protection Program....................................................................... Environmental Assessment.................................................................................. Beverage Container Collection and Recycling System....................................... Technical Resources............................................................................................. Results-based Regulations and Code Management...........................................

5,541,000 1,202,000 23,724,000 3,613,000 7,030,000 41,110,000

Forest Services (EN09) Forest Program...................................................................................................... Reforestation.......................................................................................................... Insect and Disease Control...................................................................................

7,004,000 3,140,000 2,175,000 12,319,000

Wildfire Management (EN10) Forest Fire Operations.......................................................................................... Recoverable Fire Suppression Operations.......................................................... Forest Fire Capital Projects...................................................................................

51,174,000 1,700,000 1,200,000 54,074,000

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (EN18) Amortization - Infrastructure.................................................................................. Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.............................................. Amortization - Machinery and Equipment............................................................ Amortization - Transportation Equipment............................................................. Amortization - Office and Information Technology............................................... Total Environment

------1,777,887,000 $

$

------------161,605,000 $

Statutory Adjustment (1)

Appropriation Special Warrants & Supplementary Estimates

Virements

-------

91,000 -----

--25,000 ---

(4,718,233)

--(4,718,035) $

---

--43,326,000 $

Expenditure

---

----- $

Revised Appropriation

Actual Expense 50,245,571 1,675,303 64,597,650 2,786,820 12,690,763

65,738,000 2,794,000 12,722,000

1,261,856 215,962,864 2,065,395 11,398,787 85,050,508 19,495,103 335,234,513

335,366,767

--1,816,494,965 $

$

198 ---

---

---

-----

---

---

---

--198 $

-----

---

---

-----

---

---

---

----- $

-----

---

---

-----

---

---

---

----- $

174,759 425,185 599,944 1,797,349,652

$

Capital Asset Amortization -----------

Other (2) -----------

---------------

---------------

---------------

------14,762,529 $

(174,759) (425,185) (599,944) (599,944) $

------(4,700,629) $

--- $ ----46,852 46,852 ---

--- $ -----------

Total Expenditure 50,245,571 1,675,303 64,597,650 2,786,820 12,690,763 1,261,856 215,962,864 2,065,395 11,398,787 85,050,508 19,495,103 335,234,513

Over (Under) Revised Appropriation (1,140,350) (7,180) (31,237)

(132,254)

------1,806,811,608 $

--(9,683,357)

--- $ 1,216 (19,632) --(18,416) ---

48,198 1,310,168 8,893,235 5,052,871 15,304,472 850,672

(1,264,726) (1,964,328)

16,569,198 2,815,000

48,198 1,308,952 8,912,867 5,006,019 15,276,036 850,672

4,006,000

3,091,218 437,956 3,529,174

-------

-------

--134 134

3,091,218 438,090 3,529,308

(476,692)

3,253,000

815,525 734,358 829,744 2,379,627

---------

---------

(420) --545 125

815,105 734,358 830,289 2,379,752

(873,248)

10,429,000 17,030,000

6,407,340 3,569,044 9,976,384 16,731,148

63,987 --63,987 106,914

---------

(2,825) --(2,825) (1,136)

6,468,502 3,569,044 10,037,546 16,836,926

(391,454) (193,074)

41,110,000

5,410,106 1,114,039 23,724,266 3,338,923 2,572,517 36,159,851

--------3,764,003 3,764,003

-------------

(2,325) ------849 (1,476)

5,407,781 1,114,039 23,724,266 3,338,923 6,337,369 39,922,378

(1,187,622)

12,319,000

6,441,368 2,448,117 2,166,425 11,055,910

19,449 ----19,449

---------

241 (184,463) (30,000) (214,222)

6,461,058 2,263,654 2,136,425 10,861,137

(1,457,863)

54,074,000

47,336,905 1,558,227 181 48,895,313

473,341 --1,065,110 1,538,451

---------

(139,251) ----(139,251)

47,670,995 1,558,227 1,065,291 50,294,513

(3,779,487)

--161,605,198 $

82,456 341,089 911,946 7,076,430 1,091,296 9,503,217 154,357,332

$

Capital Asset Acquisitions -----------

$

------------5,539,656 $

(82,456) (341,089) (911,946) (7,070,109) (1,091,296) (9,496,896) (9,496,896) $

------(6,321) --(6,321) (383,388) $

------------150,016,704 $

--(11,588,494)

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For the Year Ended March 31, 2015

Subvote and Subprogram

Appropriation

Executive Council (Vote 10) Central Management and Services (EX01) Executive Management......................................................................................... $ Central Services.................................................................................................... Accommodation Services...................................................................................... Premier's Office (EX07) Cabinet Planning (EX04) Cabinet Secretariat (EX05) Communications Office (EX03) House Business and Research (EX08) Members of the Executive Council (Statutory) (EX06) Intergovernmental Affairs (EX10) Francophone Affairs (EX11) Lieutenant Governor's Office (EX12) Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (EX13) Amortization - Office and Information Technology............................................... Total Executive Council

$

Finance (Vote 18) Central Management and Services (FI01) Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $ Executive Management......................................................................................... Central Services.................................................................................................... Accommodation Services...................................................................................... Treasury and Debt Management (FI04) Provincial Comptroller (FI03) Budget Analysis (FI06) Revenue (FI05) Revenue Division................................................................................................... Allowance for Doubtful Accounts.......................................................................... Canada Revenue Agency Income Tax Administration........................................ Commissions to Collect Tax (Statutory)...............................................................

----18,025,000 $

55,000 882,000 3,471,000 2,095,000 6,503,000 2,326,000 11,608,000 5,434,000 17,470,000 900,000 1,435,000 9,000,000 28,805,000 508,000 15,000,000

Personnel Policy Secretariat (FI10) Research and Development Tax Credit (FI12) Miscellaneous Payments (FI08) Bonding of Public Officials..................................................................................... Unforeseen and Unprovided for........................................................................... Implementation of Guarantees (Statutory)...........................................................

45,000 50,000 25,000 120,000

Pensions and Benefits (FI09) Public Service Superannuation Plan (Statutory).................................................. Members of the Legislative Assembly - Pensions and Benefits (Statutory)....... Judges' Superannuation Plan (Statutory)............................................................. Public Employees' Pension Plan.......................................................................... Canada Pension Plan - Employer's Contribution................................................. Employment Insurance - Employer's Contribution............................................... Workers' Compensation - Employer's Assessment............................................. Employees' Benefits - Employer's Contribution................................................... Services to Public Service Superannuation Plan Members................................ Public Employees' Benefits Agency Revolving Fund - Subsidy..........................

135,570,000 3,046,000 4,841,000 64,344,000 29,421,000 14,504,000 9,903,000 38,380,000 1,356,000 --301,365,000

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (FI11) Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.............................................. Amortization - Office and Information Technology............................................... Total Finance

2,293,000 1,844,000 1,687,000 5,824,000 600,000 975,000 654,000 3,342,000 442,000 133,000 4,587,000 784,000 684,000

$

Finance - Debt Servicing (Vote 12) Debt Servicing (FD01) Interest on Government Debt (Statutory)............................................................. $ Foreign Currency Adjustment (Statutory)............................................................. Fees and Commissions (Statutory)......................................................................

------371,669,000 $

262,339,000 (839,000) 1,500,000 263,000,000

Statutory Adjustment (1)

Appropriation Special Warrants & Supplementary Estimates

Expenditure

Virements

Revised Appropriation

Actual Expense

$ ------------(1,864) -------

---------------------

--(1,864) $

----- $

200,000 --(50,000) (50,000) (50,000) (50,000) ------------- $

6,024,000 600,000 925,000 604,000 3,292,000 392,000 131,136 4,587,000 784,000 684,000 --18,023,136 $

$

83 -------

1,197,316 -----

(25,000)

(3,451,391)

--(2,278,992) $

---------

-------

---

---

----- $

---------

-------

---

---

----- $

---

---

2,083,474 2,084,489 1,659,888 5,827,851 482,337 761,974 463,171 2,502,429 322,668 131,136 4,191,019 690,544 671,413

$

----16,044,542 $

Other (2)

--- $ ------------875,025 -----------

--- $ ------------(247,327) -----------

--- $ -------------------------

----875,025 $

----(247,327) $

------- $

--- $ ---------------

--- $ ---------------

--- $ ---------------

Total Expenditure

2,083,474 2,084,489 1,659,888 5,827,851 482,337 761,974 463,171 3,130,127 322,668 131,136 4,191,019 690,544 671,413 ----16,672,240 $

Over (Under) Revised Appropriation

(196,149) (117,663) (163,026) (140,829) (161,873) (69,332) --(395,981) (93,456) (12,587) --(1,350,896)

6,503,083 2,326,000 11,608,000 5,434,000

30,002,316 508,000 15,000,000

15,187,392 900,000 1,435,000 10,197,316 27,719,708 470,874 15,000,000

---------------

---------------

---------------

15,187,392 900,000 1,435,000 10,197,316 27,719,708 470,874 15,000,000

(2,282,608) (37,126) ---

95,000

20,604 4,243 --24,847

---------

---------

---------

20,604 4,243 --24,847

(70,153)

297,913,609

131,353,202 2,971,568 5,680,839 62,774,869 28,857,254 14,223,662 9,899,238 34,870,304 1,101,962 --291,732,898

-----------------------

-----------------------

-----------------------

131,353,202 2,971,568 5,680,839 62,774,869 28,857,254 14,223,662 9,899,238 34,870,304 1,101,962 --291,732,898

(6,180,711)

--369,390,008 $

88,322 517,528 605,850 358,847,128

--------- $

(88,322) (517,528) (605,850) (605,850) $

--------- $

------358,241,278 $

--- $ -------

--- $ -------

--- $ -------

236,689,827 3,126,277 1,155,562 240,971,666

240,971,666

236,689,827 3,126,277 1,155,562 240,971,666

$

Capital Asset Amortization

55,083 940,987 3,491,175 1,942,123 6,429,368 2,075,628 9,587,761 5,200,194

$ (22,028,334)

Capital Asset Acquisitions

$

$

55,083 940,987 3,491,175 1,942,123 6,429,368 2,075,628 9,587,761 5,200,194

(73,715) (250,372) (2,020,239) (233,806)

--(11,148,730)

---

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For the Year Ended March 31, 2015

Subvote and Subprogram Crown Corporation Debt Servicing (Statutory) (FD02) Total Finance - Debt Servicing

$

Government Relations (Vote 30) Central Management and Services (GR01) Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $ Executive Management......................................................................................... Central Services.................................................................................................... Accommodation Services...................................................................................... First Nations and Métis Engagement (GR12) First Nations and Métis Relations......................................................................... Treaty Land Entitlement........................................................................................ First Nations and Métis Consultation Participation Fund..................................... Métis Development Fund...................................................................................... First Nations Gaming Agreements........................................................................

Appropriation 22,000,000 285,000,000 $

48,000 1,047,000 6,333,000 2,859,000 10,287,000

198

Total Government Relations

$

Government Relations (Vote 30) Government Relations (Vote 30) - Commercial Operations Provincial Public Safety Telecommunications Network (GR13) Total Government Relations

$

466,235,000

$

198

$

--466,235,000 $

3,157,118 3,157,316

Provincial Health Services (HE04) Canadian Blood Services...................................................................................... Provincial Targeted Programs and Services........................................................ Provincial Laboratory............................................................................................. Health Research.................................................................................................... Health Quality Council........................................................................................... Immunizations........................................................................................................

96,000 2,437,000 6,529,000 3,801,000 12,863,000 39,325,000 64,273,000 25,912,000 5,630,000 4,968,000 13,782,000

Revised Appropriation 22,422,928 263,394,594 $

--3,157,316 $

--118,779,000 $

--- $ ---------

--- $ ---------

Over (Under) Revised Appropriation -----

82,703,000

-------------

-------------

2,169,932 196,646 100,959 3,099,065 76,978,329 82,544,931

(158,069)

363,315,000 1,753,000

165,060,255 72,748,095 19,160,324 --2,758,000 8,376,291 2,440,690 3,537,000 11,654,724 10,087,000 6,258,429 55,772,080 975,633 358,828,521 1,659,682

-------------------------------

-------------------------------

-------------------------------

165,060,255 72,748,095 19,160,324 --2,758,000 8,376,291 2,440,690 3,537,000 11,654,724 10,087,000 6,258,429 55,772,080 975,633 358,828,521 1,659,682

(4,486,479) (93,318)

126,956,000 3,157,118

6,023,377 1,171,021 110,442,481 2,250 117,639,129 3,157,118

224,598 ----1,349,426 1,574,024 ---

-------------

-------------

6,247,975 1,171,021 110,442,481 1,351,676 119,213,153 3,157,118

(7,742,847) ---

----- $

--588,171,316 $

2,405,288 1,782 90,608 14,466 2,512,144 575,454,174

$

----------1,574,024 $

(2,405,288) (1,782) (90,608) (14,466) (2,512,144) (2,512,144) $

------------- $

----------574,516,054 $

--(13,655,262)

$

572,297,056

$

1,574,024

$

(2,512,144) $

--- $

571,358,936

$

(13,655,262)

$

3,157,118 575,454,174

$

--1,574,024 $

--(2,512,144) $

----- $

3,157,118 574,516,054

$

--(13,655,262)

--- $ --19,976 340,201 360,177

--- $ ---------

--- $ --15,700 --15,700

95,898 2,389,223 4,866,005 3,377,871 10,728,997

----470,561 -------

-------------

$

118,779,000

$

--- $

585,014,198

$

--118,779,000 $

----- $

3,157,118 588,171,316

---

--- $ ---------

Total Expenditure 22,422,928 263,394,594 $

-------------

$

---

Other (2) ----- $

2,169,932 196,646 100,959 3,099,065 76,978,329 82,544,931

-----

(2,132,000)

10,731,000

95,898 2,389,223 4,830,329 3,037,670 10,353,120 38,848,856 63,275,255 26,358,099 5,830,004 5,468,000 13,329,166

$

Capital Asset Amortization ----- $

10,287,198

(500,000) ---

116,797,000 ---

Actual Expense 22,422,928 263,394,594 $

Capital Asset Acquisitions ----- $

48,198 811,534 5,480,056 2,772,861 9,112,649

500,000

-----

--3,157,118

----------466,235,000 $

Health (Vote 32) Central Management and Services (HE01) Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $ Executive Management......................................................................................... Central Services.................................................................................................... Accommodation Services......................................................................................

Virements ----- $

---

1,982,000

-----

3,947,000 1,355,000 2,697,000 2,160,000 10,159,000 ---

Provincial Public Safety Telecommunications Network (GR13) Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (GR09) Amortization - Infrastructure.................................................................................. Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.............................................. Amortization - Machinery and Equipment............................................................ Amortization - Transportation Equipment.............................................................

---

---

165,212,000 72,607,000 19,160,000 451,000 2,758,000 11,498,000 2,589,000 3,537,000 12,200,000 10,087,000 7,176,000 56,290,000 250,000 363,815,000 1,753,000

Saskatchewan Municipal Board (GR06) Public Safety (GR11) Emergency Management and Fire Safety........................................................... Building Standards and Licensing........................................................................ Provincial Disaster Assistance Program............................................................... Public Safety Telecommunications.......................................................................

Expenditure

$

2,555,000 435,000 600,000 3,316,000 73,315,000 80,221,000

Municipal and Northern Engagement (GR07) Urban Revenue Sharing........................................................................................ Rural Revenue Sharing......................................................................................... Northern Revenue Sharing................................................................................... Provincial/Territorial Base Fund............................................................................ Building Canada Fund - Major Infrastructure Component................................... Building Canada Fund - Communities Component............................................. Saskatchewan Infrastructure Growth Initiative..................................................... Transit Assistance for People with Disabilities Program...................................... Grants-in-Lieu of Property Taxes.......................................................................... Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency............................................. Municipal and Northern Relations......................................................................... Gas Tax Program.................................................................................................. Regional Planning Authorities...............................................................................

Statutory Adjustment (1) 422,928 (21,605,406) $

Appropriation Special Warrants & Supplementary Estimates ----- $

$

----(26,569) ----516,348

48,198 811,534 5,480,056 2,772,861 9,112,649

(1,174,549)

38,848,856 63,275,255 26,802,091 5,830,004 5,468,000 13,845,514

(2,003)

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For the Year Ended March 31, 2015

Subvote and Subprogram eHealth Saskatchewan......................................................................................... Provincial Programs Support................................................................................

Appropriation 63,374,000 9,376,000 226,640,000

Regional Health Services (HE03) Regional Health Authorities Base Operating Funding: - Athabasca Health Authority Inc.......................................................................... - Cypress Regional Health Authority..................................................................... - Five Hills Regional Health Authority................................................................... - Heartland Regional Health Authority.................................................................. - Keewatin Yatthé Regional Health Authority....................................................... - Kelsey Trail Regional Health Authority............................................................... - Mamawetan Churchill River Regional Health Authority................................... - Prairie North Regional Health Authority.............................................................. - Prince Albert Parkland Regional Health Authority............................................. - Regina Qu'Appelle Regional Health Authority................................................... - Saskatoon Regional Health Authority................................................................. - Sun Country Regional Health Authority.............................................................. - Sunrise Regional Health Authority...................................................................... Regional Targeted Programs and Services......................................................... Saskatchewan Cancer Agency............................................................................. Facilities - Capital Transfers.................................................................................. Equipment - Capital Transfers.............................................................................. Regional Programs Support..................................................................................

7,032,000 120,491,000 141,306,000 90,514,000 26,283,000 111,056,000 28,149,000 203,923,000 200,260,000 868,161,000 1,005,262,000 129,672,000 184,454,000 135,786,000 155,680,000 35,815,000 15,300,000 18,442,000 3,477,586,000 10,993,000

Early Childhood Development (HE10) Medical Services and Medical Education Programs (HE06) Medical Services - Fee-for-Service....................................................................... Medical Services - Non-Fee-for-Service.............................................................. Medical Education System.................................................................................... Optometric Services.............................................................................................. Dental Services...................................................................................................... Out-of-Province...................................................................................................... Medical Services Program Support......................................................................

493,574,000 177,922,000 67,060,000 7,049,000 2,183,000 128,612,000 4,361,000 880,761,000 43,317,000

Provincial Infrastructure Projects (HE05) Drug Plan and Extended Benefits (HE08) Saskatchewan Prescription Drug Plan................................................................. Saskatchewan Aids to Independent Living.......................................................... Supplementary Health Program........................................................................... Family Health Benefits........................................................................................... Multi-Provincial Human Immunodeficiency Virus Assistance.............................. Benefit Plans Program Support............................................................................

295,110,000 43,011,000 24,052,000 4,712,000 263,000 4,513,000 371,661,000

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (HE11) Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.............................................. Amortization - Machinery and Equipment............................................................ Amortization - Office and Information Technology............................................... Total Health

$

Highways and Infrastructure (Vote 16) Central Management and Services (HI01) Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $ Executive Management......................................................................................... Central Services.................................................................................................... Accommodation Services...................................................................................... Strategic Municipal Infrastructure (HI15) Municipal Roads Strategy..................................................................................... Strategic Partnership Program.............................................................................. Urban Connectors................................................................................................. Community Airport Partnership Program.............................................................. Operation of Transportation System (HI10) Winter Maintenance.............................................................................................. Road Safety and Traffic Guidance....................................................................... Operational Services............................................................................................. Commercial Vehicle Enforcement........................................................................ Ferry Services........................................................................................................

--------5,023,821,000 $

48,000 1,003,000 5,443,000 11,900,000 18,394,000 25,500,000 1,890,000 8,388,000 700,000 36,478,000 28,952,000 23,834,000 21,154,000 4,010,000 2,774,000

Statutory Adjustment (1)

Appropriation Special Warrants & Supplementary Estimates

---

---

-----

-----

---

----- $

-----

--14,500,000

---

--14,500,000 $

Expenditure Capital Asset Acquisitions ----470,561

Capital Asset Amortization -------

Other (2) ----489,779

3,509,540,000 10,993,000

7,032,000 120,325,949 140,364,906 90,449,000 26,015,895 111,056,000 28,149,000 203,606,040 199,649,736 867,439,758 1,003,840,814 129,671,940 184,454,000 132,969,330 152,985,000 75,567,565 16,448,979 20,791,166 3,510,817,078 10,992,699

-----------------------------------------

----------------------------------(156,408) (156,408) ---

----------------------------------(1,121,386) (1,121,386) ---

7,032,000 120,325,949 140,364,906 90,449,000 26,015,895 111,056,000 28,149,000 203,606,040 199,649,736 867,439,758 1,003,840,814 129,671,940 184,454,000 132,969,330 152,985,000 75,567,565 16,448,979 19,513,372 3,509,539,284 10,992,699

(716) (301)

850,650,000 59,329,000

513,084,170 143,104,222 57,661,336 9,100,619 1,849,048 122,120,230 3,729,732 850,649,357 ---

----------------59,328,465

-------------------

-------------------

513,084,170 143,104,222 57,661,336 9,100,619 1,849,048 122,120,230 3,729,732 850,649,357 59,328,465

(643) (535)

368,211,000

297,718,274 39,848,757 21,788,883 4,010,673 212,704 4,629,276 368,208,567

---------------

---------------

---------------

297,718,274 39,848,757 21,788,883 4,010,673 212,704 4,629,276 368,208,567

(2,433)

Virements

Revised Appropriation

2,227,000

228,867,000

31,954,000 ---

(30,111,000) 1,512,000

(3,450,000)

----- $

Actual Expense 66,729,956 9,155,366 228,994,702

--5,038,321,000 $

$

198

---

---

---

(1,350,000)

450,000

988,438 472,689 159,006 1,620,133 4,981,635,656

$

$

Total Expenditure 66,729,956 9,155,366 229,955,042

--------5,039,402,411 $

Over (Under) Revised Appropriation 1,088,042

--------60,159,203 $

(988,438) (472,689) (159,006) (1,620,133) (1,776,541) $

--------(615,907) $

--- $ ---------

--- $ ---------

--- $ ---------

48,198 1,056,702 4,348,984 11,472,639 16,926,523

(117,675)

(46,782)

17,044,198

48,198 1,056,702 4,348,984 11,472,639 16,926,523

36,928,000

25,500,000 3,195,491 7,549,616 636,111 36,881,218

-----------

-----------

-----------

25,500,000 3,195,491 7,549,616 636,111 36,881,218

39,958,142 27,565,684 19,874,265 3,962,695 3,734,193

-----------

-----------

-----------

39,958,142 27,565,684 19,874,265 3,962,695 3,734,193

--1,081,411

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For the Year Ended March 31, 2015

Subvote and Subprogram Airports................................................................................................................... Information Technology Services.........................................................................

Statutory Adjustment (1)

Appropriation 1,930,000 5,328,000 87,982,000

Preservation of Transportation System (HI04) Surface Preservation............................................................................................. Regional Services..................................................................................................

---

133,489,000 11,026,000 144,515,000 3,262,000 ---

Transportation Policy and Programs (HI06) Custom Work Activity (HI09) Infrastructure and Equipment Capital (HI08) Infrastructure Rehabilitation.................................................................................. Infrastructure Enhancement.................................................................................. Accommodations Capital...................................................................................... Machinery and Equipment.................................................................................... Minor Capital..........................................................................................................

Total Highways and Infrastructure

$

Highways and Infrastructure (Vote 16) Highways and Infrastructure (Vote 16) - Commercial Operations Custom Work Activity (HI09) Total Highways and Infrastructure

$

664,463,000

$

198

$

--664,463,000 $

4,711,413 4,711,611

--- $ ----- $

15,585,273 9,171,503 24,756,776

Highways and Infrastructure Capital (Vote 17) Infrastructure Rehabilitation (HC01) Infrastructure Enhancement (HC02) Total Highways and Infrastructure Capital

$ $

Innovation Saskatchewan (Vote 84) Innovation Saskatchewan (IS01) Operations............................................................................................................. $ Programs................................................................................................................ Total Innovation Saskatchewan $ Justice (Vote 3) Central Management and Services (JU01) Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $ Executive Management......................................................................................... Central Services.................................................................................................... Accommodation Services...................................................................................... Land Titles Assurance Claims (Statutory)............................................................ Courts and Civil Justice (JU03) Court Services....................................................................................................... Salaries - Provincial Court Judges (Statutory)..................................................... Salaries - Justices of the Peace (Statutory)......................................................... Family Justice Services......................................................................................... Dispute Resolution................................................................................................ Public Guardian and Trustee................................................................................ Counsel for Children.............................................................................................. Legal and Policy Services (JU04) Civil Law................................................................................................................. Public Law.............................................................................................................. Strategic Initiatives and Program Support............................................................ Public Prosecutions............................................................................................... Communications.................................................................................................... Access and Privacy............................................................................................... Queen's Printer Revolving Fund - Subsidy.......................................................... Community Safety Outcomes (JU13)

2,320,000 9,270,000 11,590,000

96,000 2,014,000 12,332,000 34,314,000 1,000 48,757,000 32,326,000 13,809,000 3,639,000 4,758,000 1,683,000 2,918,000 240,000 59,373,000 4,180,000 4,367,000 1,012,000 23,024,000 473,000 444,000 97,000 33,597,000 16,381,000

17,900,000 -----

---

------------664,463,000 $

Expenditure

10,350,000

----4,711,413

100,400,000 263,410,000 4,031,000 5,750,000 241,000 373,832,000

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (HI14) Amortization - Infrastructure.................................................................................. Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.............................................. Amortization - Machinery and Equipment............................................................ Amortization - Transportation Equipment............................................................. Amortization - Office and Information Technology...............................................

Appropriation Special Warrants & Supplementary Estimates

4,700,000

103,032,000

158,515,000 3,362,000 4,711,413

144,135,843 14,140,182 158,276,025 3,353,011 4,558,634

-----------

-----------

-----------

144,135,843 14,140,182 158,276,025 3,353,011 4,558,634

(238,975) (8,989) (152,779)

373,832,000

-------------

83,061,024 278,292,531 3,864,578 5,747,692 2,820,418 373,786,243

-------------

-------------

83,061,024 278,292,531 3,864,578 5,747,692 2,820,418 373,786,243

(45,757)

---

----- $

--697,424,611 $

$

28,250,000

$

--- $

692,713,198

$

461,663,004

$

--28,250,000 $

----- $

4,711,413 697,424,611

$

4,558,634 466,221,638

$

--- $ ----- $

(14,000,000) $ 14,000,000 --- $

1,585,273 23,171,503 24,756,776

--- $

--- $

--- $

11,590,000

(252,578)

-----

---

---

-----

1,000,000

3,812,000

550,000 (900,000)

(105,057)

$

(141,292,543) (932,277) (4,735,443) (421,863) (7,738) (147,389,864) (147,389,864) $

4,090,580 --------4,090,580 4,090,580 $

------------696,708,597 $

--(716,014)

$

373,786,243

$

(147,389,864) $

4,090,580

$

692,149,963

$

(563,235)

$

--373,786,243 $

--(147,389,864) $

--4,090,580 $

4,558,634 696,708,597

$

(152,779) (716,014)

--- $ ----- $

--- $ 17,900,000 17,900,000 $

--- $ ----- $

--- $ ----- $

--- $ 17,900,000 17,900,000 $

(1,585,273) (5,271,503) (6,856,776)

$

--- $ ----- $

--- $ ----- $

--- $ ----- $

2,320,000 9,270,000 11,590,000

49,756,396

96,396 $ 1,984,595 12,305,299 34,995,396 --49,381,686

--- $ -----------

--- $ -----------

--- $ (7,262) (1,598) ----(8,860)

96,396 1,977,333 12,303,701 34,995,396 --49,372,826

(383,570)

62,932,422

36,434,400 14,730,445 2,464,977 4,307,485 1,836,841 2,825,875 209,599 62,809,622

-----------------

-----------------

5,930 ----522 (2,272) 460 1,127 5,767

36,440,330 14,730,445 2,464,977 4,308,007 1,834,569 2,826,335 210,726 62,815,389

(117,033)

34,147,000 15,481,000

4,077,393 5,189,008 1,127,599 22,625,603 426,819 304,902 34,602 33,785,926 15,172,710

-------------------

-------------------

(2,991) 145 (305) 732 524 20 --(1,875) 560

4,074,402 5,189,153 1,127,294 22,626,335 427,343 304,922 34,602 33,784,051 15,173,270

(362,949) (307,730)

$ $

$

$

(604)

Total Expenditure 2,037,038 5,794,926 102,926,943

------------373,786,243 $

$ $

Over (Under) Revised Appropriation

Actual Expense 2,037,038 5,794,926 102,926,943

--28,250,000 $

$

Other (2) -------

Revised Appropriation

137,201,963 932,277 4,735,443 421,863 7,738 143,299,284 466,221,638

--4,711,611 $

Capital Asset Amortization -------

Virements

(3,900,000) 100,000 ---

---

Capital Asset Acquisitions -------

2,320,000 9,270,000 11,590,000

$

$

---

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25

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For the Year Ended March 31, 2015

Subvote and Subprogram Community Justice (JU05) Community Services.............................................................................................. Public Complaints Commission............................................................................ Coroners................................................................................................................

Appropriation 17,032,000 645,000 3,247,000 20,924,000

Boards and Commissions (JU08) Human Rights Commission................................................................................... Office of Residential Tenancies/Provincial Mediation Board............................... Inquiries.................................................................................................................. Legal Aid Commission........................................................................................... Automobile Injury Appeal Commission.................................................................

2,151,000 1,535,000 126,000 23,505,000 1,005,000 28,322,000

Custody, Supervision and Rehabilitation Services (JU06) Custody Services................................................................................................... Community Corrections......................................................................................... Program Support................................................................................................... Correctional Facilities Industries Revolving Fund - Subsidy...............................

125,386,000 27,366,000 5,639,000 40,000 158,431,000

Policing (JU09) Police Programs.................................................................................................... Royal Canadian Mounted Police.......................................................................... Program Support...................................................................................................

17,286,000 171,534,000 1,398,000 190,218,000

Saskatchewan Police Commission (JU12) Saskatchewan Police Commission....................................................................... Saskatchewan Police College...............................................................................

203,000 1,268,000 1,471,000

Major Capital Projects (JU11) Court Facility Land, Buildings and Improvements............................................... Custody Facility Land, Buildings and Improvements........................................... Office and Information Technology....................................................................... Machinery and Equipment....................................................................................

10,301,000 17,600,000 9,790,000 --37,691,000

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (JU10) Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.............................................. Amortization - Machinery and Equipment............................................................ Amortization - Office and Information Technology............................................... Total Justice

$

Labour Relations and Workplace Safety (Vote 20) Central Management and Services (LR01) Executive Management......................................................................................... $ Central Services.................................................................................................... Accommodation Services...................................................................................... Occupational Health and Safety (LR02) Labour Standards (LR03) Labour Relations Board (LR04) Labour Relations and Mediation (LR05) Worker's Advocate (LR06) Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (LR07) Amortization - Office and Information Technology............................................... Total Labour Relations and Workplace Safety

$

Parks, Culture and Sport (Vote 27) Central Management and Services (PC01) Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $ Executive Management......................................................................................... Central Services.................................................................................................... Accommodation Services...................................................................................... Community Initiatives Fund (PC06) Building Communities (PC11) Parks (PC12) Provincial Park Programs...................................................................................... Parks Capital Projects........................................................................................... Parks Preventative Maintenance..........................................................................

--------595,165,000 $

630,000 2,059,000 1,682,000 4,371,000 8,719,000 2,784,000 1,134,000 817,000 835,000 ----18,660,000 $

48,000 1,283,000 3,439,000 6,714,000 11,484,000 9,316,000 468,000 4,666,000 13,299,000 1,607,000

Statutory Adjustment (1)

---

---

---

---

---

---

--(253,182) $

Appropriation Special Warrants & Supplementary Estimates

---

---

3,422,000

1,200,000

---

---

--4,622,000 $

Expenditure

Virements

(150,000)

(100,000)

---

(1,000,000)

---

(3,212,000)

----- $

Capital Asset Acquisitions

Capital Asset Amortization

Other (2)

20,774,000

17,144,231 689,646 2,813,582 20,647,459

---------

---------

(52) 705 (407) 246

17,144,179 690,351 2,813,175 20,647,705

(126,295)

28,222,000

2,143,102 1,758,792 49,046 23,305,210 861,357 28,117,507

-------------

-------------

6,865 (22) ----1,474 8,317

2,149,967 1,758,770 49,046 23,305,210 862,831 28,125,824

(96,176)

161,853,000

128,707,475 26,559,468 5,618,147 --160,885,090

-----------

-----------

6,038 (949) 1,234 --6,323

128,713,513 26,558,519 5,619,381 --160,891,413

(961,587)

190,418,000

18,550,655 169,770,380 1,265,667 189,586,702

---------

---------

3,486 --31 3,517

18,554,141 169,770,380 1,265,698 189,590,219

(827,781)

1,471,000

189,337 1,216,240 1,405,577

-------

-------

-------

189,337 1,216,240 1,405,577

(65,423)

34,479,000

195,643 283,204 18,872 25,544 523,263

7,448,600 14,446,285 10,881,593 38,957 32,815,435

-----------

-----------

7,644,243 14,729,489 10,900,465 64,501 33,338,698

(1,140,302)

Revised Appropriation

Actual Expense

--599,533,818 $

$ -------------

-------------

----- $

----- $

200,000 (200,000) ------------- $

4,571,000 8,519,000 2,784,000 1,134,000 817,000 835,000 --18,660,000 $

$

207 -----

-------

254,000 -----

11,738,207 9,316,000 468,000

1,506,034 328,006 495,040 2,329,080 564,644,622

619,966 2,209,040 1,530,986 4,359,992 8,095,724 2,778,565 948,944 486,583 780,493 123,668 123,668 17,573,969

48,207 1,391,897 3,459,427 6,642,306 11,541,837 9,099,342 405,304 4,445,950 250,236 2,976,464

$

$

$

$

Total Expenditure

--------32,815,435 $

(1,506,034) (328,006) (495,040) (2,329,080) (2,329,080) $

--------13,995 $

--------595,144,972 $

--- $ 15,499 --15,499 99,533 ---------

--- $ -----------------

--- $ (17,273) --(17,273) -----------

619,966 2,207,266 1,530,986 4,358,218 8,195,257 2,778,565 948,944 486,583 780,493

----115,032 $

(123,668) (123,668) (123,668) $

----(17,273) $

--- $ -------------

--- $ -------------

--- $ (194) 6,895 --6,701 -----

48,207 1,391,703 3,466,322 6,642,306 11,548,538 9,099,342 405,304

-------

4,445,950 13,271,174 2,976,464

--13,020,938 ---

-------

----17,548,060 $

Over (Under) Revised Appropriation

--(4,388,846)

(212,782) (323,743) (5,435) (185,056) (330,417) (54,507) --(1,111,940)

(189,669) (216,658) (62,696)

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26

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan General Revenue Fund - Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

For the Year Ended March 31, 2015

Subvote and Subprogram Regional Parks...................................................................................................... Meewasin Valley Authority (Statutory).................................................................. Meewasin Valley Authority Supplementary.......................................................... Wakamow Valley Authority (Statutory)................................................................. Wakamow Valley Authority Supplementary......................................................... Swift Current Chinook Parkway............................................................................ Prince Albert Pehanon Parkway........................................................................... Battlefords River Valley Park................................................................................. Weyburn Tatagwa Parkway.................................................................................. Commercial Revolving Fund - Subsidy................................................................

Appropriation 1,023,000 740,000 169,000 127,000 30,000 91,000 164,000 83,000 45,000 10,399,000 32,443,000

Culture (PC03) Culture Operations Support.................................................................................. Saskatchewan Arts Board..................................................................................... Creative Saskatchewan........................................................................................ Support for Provincial Arts and Cultural Organizations....................................... Film Employment Tax Credit................................................................................. Active Families Benefit..........................................................................................

917,000 6,958,000 7,699,000 2,201,000 2,500,000 11,500,000 31,775,000

Heritage (PC07) Support for Heritage Operations and Organizations........................................... Royal Saskatchewan Museum............................................................................. Western Development Museum........................................................................... Wanuskewin Heritage Park................................................................................... Saskatchewan Science Centre............................................................................. Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation....................................................................

Total Parks, Culture and Sport

-----

527,000 782,000 903,000 1,933,000 478,000 2,000,000 6,623,000

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (PC10) Amortization - Infrastructure.................................................................................. Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.............................................. Amortization - Machinery and Equipment............................................................ Amortization - Transportation Equipment............................................................. Amortization - Office and Information Technology............................................... $

Public Service Commission (Vote 33) Central Management and Services (PS01) Executive Management......................................................................................... $ Central Services.................................................................................................... Accommodation Services...................................................................................... Employee Service Centre (PS06) Corporate Human Resources and Employee Relations (PS04) Human Resource Client Services and Support (PS03) Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (PS08) Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.............................................. Amortization - Office and Information Technology...............................................

---

---

1,254,000 1,344,000 1,700,000 4,298,000 50,000,000

Regina Stadium Project (PC16) Provincial Capital Commission (PC17) Capital Commission Operations Support............................................................. Wascana Centre Authority (Statutory).................................................................. Wascana Centre Authority Supplementary.......................................................... Wascana Centre Authority Maintenance.............................................................. Government House............................................................................................... Legislative Building Dome Repair Project............................................................

---

---

1,089,000 2,534,000 4,181,000 629,000 605,000 504,000 9,542,000

Sport, Recreation and Stewardship (PC15) Operations Support............................................................................................... Saskatchewan Snowmobile Trail Management................................................... Community Rink Affordability Grant......................................................................

Statutory Adjustment (1)

Appropriation Special Warrants & Supplementary Estimates

---

------------155,949,000 $

--207 $

---

---

-----

---

----- $

481,000 1,810,000 3,211,000 5,502,000 11,373,000 3,312,000 14,489,000

---------

---------

----- $

----- $

--- $ --- $

--- $ --- $

Expenditure

Virements

1,650,000

(1,704,000)

---

-----

(200,000)

----- $

Revised Appropriation

Total Public Service Commission

$

Saskatchewan Research Council (Vote 35) Saskatchewan Research Council (SR01) Total Saskatchewan Research Council

$ $

20,343,000 20,343,000

$ $

Capital Asset Amortization -----------------------

Other (2) -----------------------

34,093,000

30,071,000

577,897 6,958,000 6,524,000 1,356,817 2,212,182 9,350,000 26,978,896

---------------

---------------

---------------

577,897 6,958,000 6,524,000 1,356,817 2,212,182 9,350,000 26,978,896

(3,092,104)

9,542,000

1,139,921 2,436,340 4,181,000 629,000 605,000 504,000 9,495,261

--26,853 --------26,853

---------------

---------------

1,139,921 2,463,193 4,181,000 629,000 605,000 504,000 9,522,114

(19,886)

4,298,000 50,000,000

1,015,245 1,420,630 1,621,500 4,057,375 50,000,000

-----------

-----------

(52) ----(52) ---

1,015,193 1,420,630 1,621,500 4,057,323 50,000,000

(240,677) ---

6,423,000

291,282 782,000 903,000 1,933,000 464,196 2,000,000 6,373,478

---------------

---------------

--------(461) --(461)

291,282 782,000 903,000 1,933,000 463,735 2,000,000 6,373,017

(49,983)

------------151,246,751 $

--155,949,207 $

352,410 2,306,311 441,804 204,078 8,686 3,313,289 141,506,061

$

(830,783)

(344,143) (2,290,354) (441,804) (203,741) (8,686) (3,288,728) (3,288,728) $

(8,267) (15,957) --(337) --(24,561) (18,373) $

--- $ -------------

--- $ -------------

--- $ -------------

519,874 1,772,511 3,240,493 5,532,878 10,585,238 3,176,543 14,676,618

(19,122) (337,762) (135,457) (212,382)

(228,635) (1,182,825) (1,411,460) (1,411,460) $

--------- $

------33,971,277 $

--(704,723)

--- $ --- $

--- $ --- $

20,343,000 20,343,000

5,552,000 10,923,000 3,312,000 14,889,000

----- $

--34,676,000 $

228,635 1,182,825 1,411,460 35,382,737

$

--------- $

--- $ --- $

20,343,000 20,343,000

20,343,000 20,343,000

$ $

--- $ --- $

$ $

$

Total Expenditure 1,023,000 740,000 169,000 127,000 30,000 91,000 164,000 83,000 45,000 10,096,629 33,262,217

------------13,047,791 $

519,874 1,772,511 3,240,493 5,532,878 10,585,238 3,176,543 14,676,618

50,000 (450,000) --400,000

Over (Under) Revised Appropriation

Actual Expense 1,023,000 740,000 169,000 127,000 30,000 91,000 164,000 83,000 45,000 10,096,629 20,241,279

$

------34,676,000 $

Capital Asset Acquisitions --------------------13,020,938

$ $

--(4,702,456)

-----

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27

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For the Year Ended March 31, 2015

Subvote and Subprogram SaskBuilds Corporation (Vote 86) SaskBuilds Corporation (SB01) Total SaskBuilds Corporation

Statutory Adjustment (1)

Appropriation $ $

Social Services (Vote 36) Central Management and Services (SS01) Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $ Executive Management......................................................................................... Central Services.................................................................................................... Accommodation Services...................................................................................... Child and Family Services (SS04) Child and Family Program Maintenance and Support......................................... Child and Family Community-Based Organization Services............................... Child and Family Program Delivery......................................................................

12,075,000 12,075,000

$ $

48,000 1,680,000 26,356,000 22,004,000 50,088,000

Housing (SS12) Program Delivery................................................................................................... Saskatchewan Housing Corporation.................................................................... Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (SS13) Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.............................................. Amortization - Machinery and Equipment............................................................ Amortization - Office and Information Technology............................................... Total Social Services

$

Water Security Agency (Vote 87) Water Security Agency (WS01) Total Water Security Agency

$ $

Legislative Assembly and its Officers Advocate for Children and Youth (Vote 76) Advocate for Children and Youth (CA01) Advocate Operations............................................................................................. $ Advocate's Salary (Statutory)................................................................................ Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (CA02) Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements..............................................

17,544,000 17,544,000

$ $

--- $ --- $

500,000

5,000,000

2,025,000

---

---

--------962,986,000 $

--- $ --- $

16,450,000

---

7,627,000 7,045,000 14,672,000

Virements

11,800,000

---

11,246,000 8,126,000 19,372,000

Expenditure

1,400,000

---

152,493,000 173,610,000 17,372,000 25,983,000 16,135,000 14,675,000 38,937,000 2,863,000 165,793,000 48,900,000 3,696,000 660,457,000

Client Support (SS05) Service Centre Client Support............................................................................... Case Management Project...................................................................................

--- $ --- $

189

89,631,000 88,448,000 40,318,000 218,397,000

Income Assistance and Disability Services (SS03) Saskatchewan Assistance Program..................................................................... Saskatchewan Assured Income for Disability...................................................... Transitional Employment Allowance..................................................................... Seniors Income Plan............................................................................................. Saskatchewan Employment Supplement............................................................. Child Care Parent Subsidies................................................................................. Rental Housing Supplements............................................................................... Income Assistance Community Services............................................................. Disabilities Community-Based Organizations...................................................... Income Assistance and Disability Services Program Delivery............................ Seniors Personal Care Home Benefit...................................................................

Appropriation Special Warrants & Supplementary Estimates

---

(7,525,000)

---

--189 $

--29,650,000 $

----- $

--- $ --- $

--- $ --- $

--- $ --- $

Revised Appropriation

Capital Asset Acquisitions

Actual Expense

--- $ --- $

--- $ --- $

--- $ --- $

12,075,000 12,075,000

$

$

51,988,189

48,189 1,720,178 26,136,891 19,049,306 46,954,564

--- $ ----3,658,165 3,658,165

--- $ ---------

--- $ --(3,633) --(3,633)

48,189 1,720,178 26,133,258 22,707,471 50,609,096

(1,379,093)

235,197,000

107,979,993 81,404,692 44,901,022 234,285,707

---------

---------

----3,628 3,628

107,979,993 81,404,692 44,904,650 234,289,335

(907,665)

678,932,000

163,694,299 185,478,755 17,449,907 26,424,916 15,810,223 14,637,213 38,489,392 2,796,678 153,152,887 54,501,286 3,363,507 675,799,063

-------------------------

-------------------------

------------------(4,562) --(4,562)

163,694,299 185,478,755 17,449,907 26,424,916 15,810,223 14,637,213 38,489,392 2,796,678 153,152,887 54,496,724 3,363,507 675,794,501

(3,137,499)

19,372,000

12,195,022 830,906 13,025,928

--4,916,409 4,916,409

-------

214 --214

12,195,236 5,747,315 17,942,551

(1,429,449)

7,147,000

6,342,088 --6,342,088

-------

-------

(136) --(136)

6,341,952 --6,341,952

(805,048)

--------984,977,435 $

--992,636,189 $

774,579 65,281 3,340,993 4,180,853 980,588,203

$ $

$

17,544,000 17,544,000

$

--------8,574,574 $

(774,579) (65,281) (3,340,993) (4,180,853) (4,180,853) $

--------(4,489) $

17,544,000 17,544,000

$ $

--- $ --- $

--- $ --- $

--- $ --- $

17,544,000 17,544,000

$

1,493 $ --1,493

--- $ -----

(10,243) $ --(10,243)

2,371,854 239,177 2,611,031

(52,146)

----1,493 $

(194,328) (194,328) (194,328) $

----(10,243) $

----2,611,031 $

--(52,146)

---

2,663,177

2,380,604 239,177 2,619,781

--7,177 $

--133,000 $

----- $

--2,663,177 $

194,328 194,328 2,814,109

$

--- $ --- $

--- $ --- $

5,778,663 5,778,663

$ $

4,969,414 4,969,414

$ $

--- $ --- $

422,000 422,000

$ $

291,445 291,445

$ $

Chief Electoral Officer (Vote 34) Chief Electoral Officer (Statutory) (CE01) Total Chief Electoral Officer

$ $

4,605,000 4,605,000

$ $

Conflict of Interest Commissioner (Vote 57) Conflict of Interest Commissioner (CC01) Total Conflict of Interest Commissioner

$ $

150,000 150,000

$ $

1,173,663 1,173,663

$ $

--- $ --- $

272,000 272,000

$ $

-----

$ $

133,000

----2,523,000 $

$ $

12,075,000 12,075,000

7,177

$

Over (Under) Revised Appropriation

Total Expenditure

Other (2)

$ $

12,075,000 12,075,000

2,291,000 232,000 2,523,000

Total Advocate for Children and Youth

Capital Asset Amortization

955,557 955,557

$ $

--(7,658,754)

-----

$ $

(163,808) $ (163,808) $

17,500 17,500

$ $

5,778,663 5,778,663

$ $

-----

--- $ --- $

--- $ --- $

921 921

$ $

292,366 292,366

$ $

(129,634) (129,634)

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28

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For the Year Ended March 31, 2015

Subvote and Subprogram Information and Privacy Commissioner (Vote 55) Information and Privacy Commissioner (IP01) Total Information and Privacy Commissioner

Legislative Assembly (Vote 21) Central Management and Services (LG01) $ Office of the Speaker and Board of Internal Economy (LG07) Speaker's Salary (Statutory)................................................................................. Speaker's Office Operations and Services........................................................... Board of Internal Economy Operations and Services.......................................... Legislative Assembly Services (LG03) Assembly Operations and Services...................................................................... Legislative Library.................................................................................................. Law Clerk and Parliamentary Counsel.................................................................

$ $

--- $ --- $

3,271,000

$

--- $

48,000 352,000 35,000 435,000

198

Caucus Operations (LG06) Government Caucus (Statutory)........................................................................... Opposition Caucus and Office of the Leader of the Opposition (Statutory)....... Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (LG10) Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.............................................. Amortization - Machinery and Equipment............................................................ Amortization - Office and Information Technology............................................... $

Ombudsman (Vote 56) Ombudsman (OM01) Ombudsman Operations....................................................................................... $ Ombudsman's Salary (Statutory).......................................................................... Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (OM03) Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.............................................. $

Provincial Auditor (Vote 28) Provincial Auditor (PA01) Provincial Auditor Operations................................................................................ $ Provincial Auditor's Salary (Statutory)..................................................................

1,268,000 1,268,000

$ $

1,267,831 1,267,831

$ $

--- $

--- $

3,271,000

$

3,085,865

$

---

---

---

---

---

--(1,636,758) $

Actual Expense

--- $ --- $

---

15,391

--------27,352,000 $

Revised Appropriation

---

----- $

----- $

(140,937)

5,540,000

2,994,469 1,943,513 299,010 5,236,992

(303,008)

14,046,765

13,769,519 285,053 14,054,572

-------

-------

(7,807) --(7,807)

13,761,712 285,053 14,046,765

---

394,888

270,271 21,888 292,159

-------

-------

-------

270,271 21,888 292,159

(102,729)

2,027,391

1,245,392 781,999 2,027,391

-------

-------

-------

1,245,392 781,999 2,027,391

---

--25,715,242 $

13,741 44,157 17,867 75,765 25,087,791

----- $

--3,379,762 $

129,552 129,552 3,342,654

10,000 --10,000 $

------- $

------- $

8,215,000 547,000 8,762,000

$

--- $

12,469,414,180

--- $ --- $

--- $ --- $

$

$ $

52,700,000 52,700,000

$ $

$

(52,700,000) $ (52,700,000) $

245,053,000

(129,302)

(734) (20,052) --(20,786)

----- $

41,086,180

$

---------

--(30,238) $

$

3,141,698

---------

----3,410,000 $

12,183,275,000

$

(5,977) (5,977)

2,995,203 1,963,565 299,010 5,257,778

3,011,340 201,762 3,213,102

$

3,407

$ $

435,198

$

Growth and Financial Security Fund (Vote 82) Growth and Financial Security Transfer (Statutory)(GF01) Total Growth and Financial Security Fund

--- $

1,262,023 1,262,023

48,198 235,831 10,232 294,261

3,379,762

Total Expenditure

$

(5,808) $ (5,808) $

---------

---

$

52,426

--- $ --- $

---------

---

$

--- $ --- $

Over (Under) Revised Appropriation

Total Expenditure

Other (2)

---------

(30,238)

Unforeseen Expenses (PA02) Total Provincial Auditor

Capital Asset Amortization

48,198 235,831 10,232 294,261

3,178,000 232,000 3,410,000

7,983,000 222,000 8,205,000 547,000 8,752,000

Capital Asset Acquisitions

$ $

121,000 121,000

---

(13,112)

1,257,000 755,000 2,012,000

Virements

---

(1,639,235)

373,000 35,000 408,000

Expenditure

---

---

15,368,000 318,000 15,686,000

Committees of the Legislative Assembly (LG04) Committee Support Services................................................................................ Members' Committee Expenses (Statutory).........................................................

Total Ombudsman

1,147,000 1,147,000

3,232,000 2,006,000 302,000 5,540,000

Payments and Allowances to Individual Members (LG05) Indemnity, Allowances and Expenses for Members (Statutory)......................... Allowances for Additional Duties (Statutory)........................................................

Total Legislative Assembly

Statutory Adjustment (1)

Appropriation $ $

Appropriation Special Warrants & Supplementary Estimates

$

$

$

$

$

7,983,000 232,000 8,215,000 537,000 8,752,000

$

12,012,584,752

$

--- $ --- $

$

--- $ --- $

(1) Statutory Adjustment includes an amount equal to actual revenues of $78.6 million generated from commercial operations which can be used to pay commercial operation expenses. It also includes an amount for unutilized appropriations for major capital projects of $24.8 million voted in a previous year and carried over as allowed by appropriation acts. (2) Includes the change in inventory held for use or consumption, the change in prepaid expenses, the change in contaminated sites liabilities, and losses on disposal of capital assets and write-downs of capital assets.

--------52,426 $

(13,741) (44,157) (17,867) (75,765) (75,765) $

--------(25,186) $

995 $ --995

--- $ -----

(868) $ --(868)

3,011,467 201,762 3,213,229

(166,533)

----995 $

(129,552) (129,552) (129,552) $

----(868) $

----3,213,229 $

--(166,533)

--- $ --------- $

--- $ --------- $

--- $ --------- $

561,951,422

$

(213,354,264) $

--- $ --- $

--- $ --- $

1,571,211

$

--- $ --- $

--------25,039,266 $

--(675,976)

7,983,000 232,000 8,215,000 537,000 8,752,000

$

--(10,000) (10,000)

12,362,753,121

$

(106,661,059)

--- $ --- $

-----

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Expense By Vote

29

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan General Revenue Fund - Schedule of Expense by Vote

For the Year Ended March 31, 2015 (thousands of dollars)

Ministries and Agencies Advanced Education ........................................................ Agriculture ....................................................................... Central Services .............................................................. Central Services - Commercial Operations ...................... Economy ......................................................................... Education ......................................................................... Environment .................................................................... Executive Council ............................................................ Finance ............................................................................ Finance - Debt Servicing .................................................. Government Relations ..................................................... Government Relations - Commercial Relations ............... Health .............................................................................. Highways and Infrastructure ............................................ Highways and Infrastructure - Commercial Operations .... Innovation Saskatchewan ................................................ Justice ............................................................................. Labour Relations and Workplace Safety .......................... Parks, Culture and Sport .................................................. Public Service Commission ............................................. Saskatchewan Research Council ..................................... SaskBuilds Corporation ................................................... Social Services ................................................................ Water Security Agency .................................................... Legislative Assembly and its Officers Advocate for Children and Youth ..................................... Chief Electoral Officer ...................................................... Conflict of Interest Commissioner .................................... Information and Privacy Commissioner ............................ Legislative Assembly ....................................................... Ombudsman .................................................................... Provincial Auditor ............................................................. Total Expense Growth and Financial Security Fund Growth and Financial Security Fund ................................

Vote 37 1 13 13 23 5 26 10 18 12 30 30 32 16 16 84 3 20 27 33 35 86 36 87

$

76 34 57 55 21 56 28

82

2015 Actual

Planned 817,795 371,630 34,844 ........ 271,559 1,757,854 164,146 17,166 370,157 285,000 466,658 ........ 4,985,516 434,254 ........ 11,590 558,778 18,682 146,536 36,176 20,343 12,075 956,544 17,544

$

$

2,703 4,605 150 1,147 27,466 3,530 8,752 11,803,200

$

$

52,700

$

822,116 355,290 37,720 71,717 264,664 1,797,350 154,357 16,044 358,847 263,395 572,297 3,157 4,981,636 461,663 4,559 11,590 564,645 17,574 141,506 35,383 20,343 12,075 980,588 17,544 2,814 4,969 291 1,268 25,088 3,343 8,752 12,012,585

........

2014 Actual $

$

$

785,341 391,363 64,882 71,562 270,560 1,670,961 154,058 15,728 374,860 327,854 526,942 2,937 4,834,932 430,733 6,160 28,006 550,165 17,440 95,078 ........ 19,743 8,217 935,011 32,480 2,537 3,678 138 1,061 24,844 3,390 8,457 11,659,118

........

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Expense By Object

30

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan General Revenue Fund Schedule of Expense by Object

For the Year Ended March 31, 2015

     Salaries & Benefits

Vote Ministries and Agencies Advanced Education .................................................................. Agriculture ................................................................................. Central Services ........................................................................ Central Services - Commercial Operations ................................ Economy .................................................................................... Education ................................................................................... Environment ............................................................................... Executive Council ...................................................................... Finance ...................................................................................... Finance - Debt Servicing ............................................................ Government Relations ............................................................... Government Relations - Commercial Operations ....................... Health ........................................................................................ Highways and Infrastructure ....................................................... Highways and Infrastructure - Commercial Operations ............... Innovation Saskatchewan .......................................................... Justice ....................................................................................... Labour Relations and Workplace Safety .................................... Parks, Culture and Sport ............................................................ Public Service Commission ........................................................ Saskatchewan Research Council ............................................... SaskBuilds Corporation .............................................................. Social Services .......................................................................... Water Security Agency .............................................................. Legislative Assembly and its Officers Advocate for Children and Youth ................................................ Chief Electoral Officer ................................................................ Conflict of Interest Commissioner .............................................. Information and Privacy Commissioner ...................................... Legislative Assembly ................................................................. Ombudsman .............................................................................. Provincial Auditor ....................................................................... Less: Internal Recoveries........................................................... Total

37 $ 1 13 13 23 5 26 10 18 12 30 30 32 16 16 84 3 20 27 33 35 86 36 87 76 34 57 55 21 56 28 $

(1) Includes communication expense of $9,162 and travel expense of $38,188.

        Capital Transfers

      Operating Transfers

     Goods and  Services (1)

  Capital Asset Amortization

(thousands of dollars)        Internal Other Expenses Recoveries

Total

10,374 $ 23,825 47,066 10,353 43,947 25,714 61,032 10,414 315,451 ........ 22,230 970 39,334 78,000 1,072 ........ 238,533 12,017 10,435 23,359 ........ ........ 118,579 ........

30,298 $ 24,034 ........ ........ ........ 86,238 ........ ........ ........ ........ 69,702 ........ 94,982 32,713 ........ ........ ........ ........ 50,505 ........ ........ ........ 3,567 ........

772,842 $ 290,425 4,534 ........ 177,027 1,649,559 28,566 173 15,000 ........ 462,197 ........ 4,776,625 4,981 ........ 11,590 232,471 9 60,969 250 20,343 12,075 800,198 17,544

8,680 $ 14,618 235,950 51,915 38,935 30,538 56,429 5,209 26,886 ........ 16,642 2,187 68,840 197,631 3,487 ........ 89,291 5,671 14,633 9,834 ........ ........ 50,409 ........

309 $ 2,413 23,723 9,237 3,145 600 9,497 247 606 ........ 2,512 ........ 1,776 147,390 ........ ........ 2,329 124 3,289 1,412 ........ ........ 4,181 ........

8 $ (25) 1,827 212 1,610 4,701 37 1 904 263,395 50 ........ 79 1,078 ........ ........ 2,777 (247) 1,675 528 ........ ........ 3,654 ........

(395) $ ........ (275,380) ........ ........ ........ (1,204) ........ ........ ........ (1,036) ........ ........ (130) ........ ........ (756) ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

822,116 355,290 37,720 71,717 264,664 1,797,350 154,357 16,044 358,847 263,395 572,297 3,157 4,981,636 461,663 4,559 11,590 564,645 17,574 141,506 35,383 20,343 12,075 980,588 17,544

1,889 1,721 168 895 15,228 2,518 6,320 ........ 1,121,444 $

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 392,039 $

........ ........ ........ ........ 2,290 ........ ........ ........ 9,339,668 $

731 3,084 123 373 7,494 695 1,599 (278,901) 662,983 $

194 164 ........ ........ 76 130 ........ ........ 213,354 $

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 833 ........ 283,097 $

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 278,901 ........ $

2,814 4,969 291 1,268 25,088 3,343 8,752 ........ 12,012,585

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Advanced Education

31

Advanced Education (Vote 37) The mandate of the Ministry of Advanced Education is to be responsible for the post-secondary education system that supports a growing Saskatchewan and that leads to a higher quality of life. The Ministry will work with postsecondary institutions towards system innovation and sustainability, and to increase participation in and completion of high quality advanced education for all students, especially First Nations and Métis people; to retain educated and skilled workers in the province; and to attract students from outside the province and to the country by promoting Saskatchewan’s opportunities.

Central Management and Services (Subvote AE01) Objective To provide executive direction and centrally-managed services in the areas of finance, information management, accountability, policy and planning, program evaluation, internal audit and risk management, communications and other operational services that include head office accommodations required for the delivery of the Ministry’s mandate. It also provides various central services to the Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety on a cost-recovery basis. Program Delivery This program provides financial management and administrative support to the Ministry in the centrally administered functions of accounting, internal audit, asset acquisition, budgeting, communications, information technology service coordination, policy, evaluation, and executive management. It also provides payments to the Ministry of Central Services for office accommodation, mail services, information technology services, records management and minor renovation services.

Post-Secondary Education (Subvote AE02) Objective To provide program and administrative support to third party partners involved in the development, delivery and evaluation of post-secondary education. It also provides operating, research and capital transfer payments to universities, technical institutions, regional colleges, and other post-secondary agencies, and administers interprovincial agreements. Program Delivery This program provides funding for universities, federated, affiliated and regional colleges, Gabriel Dumont Institute (including Dumont Technical Institute), Saskatchewan Polytechnic (Sask Polytec), and Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT), as well as funding for construction and renovations at universities, federated and regional colleges, and Sask Polytec. It also provides administrative support for the licensing and monitoring of private vocational schools.

Student Supports (Subvote AE03) Objective To support the development and delivery of programs and services to advanced education learners and graduates in Saskatchewan. It also provides financial, income, and other assistance to and for students including scholarships, bursaries, student loan programs, transfers to students, and transfers for initiatives that enhance student access. Program Delivery This program provides administrative support and delivery of the various financial assistance programs including: Canada Student Loans and grants; Saskatchewan Student Loans, bursaries and grants; debt management programs; Graduate Retention Program; various scholarships; and the Saskatchewan Advantage Grant for Education Savings.

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (Subvote AE07) Objective To account for expenses and expense recoveries that do not require appropriations. Program Delivery This program accounts for the estimated annual consumption of the Ministry’s capital assets. Amortization is calculated using the straight-line method based on the estimated useful service life of the assets. Amortization is a non-voted, non-cash expense.

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Advanced Education

32

Advanced Education

Central Management and Services (AE01) Minister's Salary (Statutory)............................................................................ $ Executive Management.................................................................................. Central Services............................................................................................. Accommodation Services............................................................................... Subvote Total

Salaries & Benefits 48 $ 1,421 4,099 ........ 5,568

Capital Transfers ........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

Operating Transfers ........ $ ........ 135 ........ 135

Goods and Services (1) ........ $ 183 3,658 3,824 7,665

Capital Asset Amortization

(thousands of dollars) Other Expenses

Internal Recoveries

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ 3 ........ 3

........ $ ........ (395) ........ (395)

Total 48 1,604 7,500 3,824 12,976

Post-Secondary Education (AE02) Operational Support........................................................................................ Universities, Federated and Affiliated Colleges............................................... Technical Institutes......................................................................................... Regional Colleges.......................................................................................... Post-Secondary Capital Transfers.................................................................. Innovation and Science Fund......................................................................... Science and Technology Research................................................................. Subvote Total

2,237 ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 2,237

........ ........ ........ ........ 30,298 ........ ........ 30,298

28 489,212 152,412 28,271 ........ 6,193 9,731 685,847

306 11 ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 317

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

5 ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 5

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

2,576 489,223 152,412 28,271 30,298 6,193 9,731 718,704

Student Supports (AE03) Operational Support........................................................................................ Saskatchewan Student Aid Fund.................................................................... Graduate Retention Program.......................................................................... Scholarships................................................................................................... Saskatchewan Advantage Grant for Education Savings.................................. Subvote Total

2,569 ........ ........ ........ ........ 2,569

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ 32,000 35,466 12,075 7,319 86,860

288 ........ ........ ........ 410 698

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

2,857 32,000 35,466 12,075 7,729 90,127

........ ........ ........ 10,374 $

........ ........ ........ 30,298 $

........ ........ ........ 772,842 $

........ ........ ........ 8,680 $

........ 309 309 309 $

........ ........ ........ 8 $

........ ........ ........ (395) $

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (AE07) Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.......................................... Amortization - Office and Information Technology........................................... Subvote Total Total $ (1) Includes communication expense of $114 and travel expense of $169.

........ 309 309 822,116

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Advanced Education

Salaries and Benefits Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for salaries, wages, honorariums, etc. and for pension and public sector benefits. Salaries ADENEY, ROBIN........................................... $ AITKEN, ELISSA K. ...................................... ANDRUSHUK, SHERRY ............................... ARSENAULT, SANDRA M. ........................... BARNETT, CORINNE J. ............................... BARTH, JOY ................................................. BATEMAN, PATTI ......................................... BEAUDRY, VANESSA................................... BEITEL, CAROLYN ....................................... BLOOR CAVERS, TAMMY C. ...................... BOEHM, DAVID P. ....................................... BOTE, RIKKI L. ............................................. BOURASSA, CHRIS MICHAEL ..................... BROWNLEE, BRENT .................................... CAMERON, D. PHILIP................................... CHERNEY, DARCY A. ................................. CHITOLIE, CAMILLE ..................................... CYRENNE, TERRY ....................................... DE CIMAN, PHOEBE .................................... DEMIAK, ADRIA R. ...................................... DORE, NATAGHIA ........................................ DUBE, NICHOLAS J. .................................... ESTEFANOS, MOUNIR................................. FAYANT, SANDRA L. ................................... FERGUSON, BOND W. ................................ GARRITTY, SHANE FRANCIS ...................... GENG, YANG ................................................ GIROUX, SCOTT .......................................... GOLDSTONE, DEBBIE ................................. GRAY, JANET I. ........................................... GREENBERG, LOUISE ................................. GROEGER, CARLA ...................................... HADFIELD, KIMBERLY ................................. HAMER, ROSE-ANN ..................................... HANNA, ROBERT JR. .................................. HENRY, TRACILYN ...................................... HERBACK, SHANNON G. ............................ HESKA-WILLARD, DARLENE ....................... HINDLEY, JOSEPH R. ................................. HUGEL, ALICIA M. ....................................... JACKSON, MELISSA MARIE ........................ JONES, KRISTOPHER A. ............................ JONES-BONK, TAMMY................................. KANCIRUK, DAWN ....................................... KANG, KYUNG-TAE ...................................... KELLY, K. PATRICE ...................................... KERTH, BRENDA.......................................... KINEQUON, LEONA M. ................................ KITCHEN, RON ............................................. KOWALYSHYN, SHARON ............................ KUSIAK, LILIA ............................................... LEKIEN, NATALIE ROBYN............................ LEMIEUX, EDIE............................................. LORENZEN, ANN.......................................... LOSIE, MAUREEN M. .................................. LYNCH, TYLER D. ....................................... MAGHOO, KAMANI ....................................... MAHNIC, CARLA M. ..................................... MALOWANY, CANDACE M. ......................... MARTIN, TYSON........................................... MCGREGOR, RYAN ..................................... MCINTOSH, MICHELLE ................................ MCKENZIE, JASON ...................................... MCKNIGHT, LAURA ...................................... MICHAUD, MARCEL ..................................... MILOS, BARBARA ........................................

72,848 75,649 65,226 55,934 115,599 81,768 88,885 52,043 66,205 149,948 163,866 132,702 52,028 121,722 113,670 109,679 58,056 73,416 61,812 53,521 89,548 79,092 52,043 52,043 54,197 93,465 69,079 133,830 59,494 120,138 228,896 88,885 52,267 110,730 88,868 57,232 71,238 127,187 90,112 88,878 74,418 50,700 50,671 57,226 64,429 88,174 59,337 66,773 86,715 82,910 65,614 68,572 53,698 133,830 50,191 88,719 59,382 56,437 104,247 80,675 52,047 56,022 75,628 58,733 93,961 52,043

MONTGOMERY, GAIL................................... MOORE, DEBORAH ...................................... MORLEY, EILEEN ......................................... MORRISSETTE, MIGUEL P. ......................... MUHAMEDAGIC, RAZIJA .............................. MYERS, DEANNA ......................................... NAMETH, DAN A. ......................................... OLYOWSKY, KIM .......................................... PESTILL, MICHAEL ....................................... PLEWS, KATHLEEN ...................................... POVEY, JANICE ............................................ REEDER, MELISSA ....................................... REISS, DANELLE .......................................... RIEGER, DUANE E. ...................................... ROBERT, JO-ANN L. .................................... ROBINSON, LORRAINE ................................ ROSS, CHRISTOPHER B. ............................ SAUERS, ELDEEN ........................................ SAWDEN, DANIQUE R. ................................ SCHWAB, BRIAN L. ...................................... SELINGER, TIM ............................................. SHORTEN, NATALIE A. ................................ SINGER, LEANN J. ....................................... SMITH, LINDA ............................................... STOVIN, BILL G. ........................................... STROMBERG, WARREN .............................. TAYLOR, NANCY S. ..................................... THALGOTT, BROOK ..................................... TOPINKA, HALI ............................................. TZUPA, JILL L. .............................................. URBANOWSKI, REGINALD........................... VEITCH, LINDELL L. ..................................... WILSON, CAROLYN ...................................... WORSLEY, KARLA L. ................................... WOSMINITY, KIRK ........................................

33 52,043 68,904 63,592 67,601 51,246 86,903 114,492 84,113 133,830 52,054 59,581 52,047 99,134 133,830 88,878 109,975 100,071 53,005 51,297 119,526 99,952 105,499 87,033 104,278 97,788 98,655 50,296 72,105 50,321 63,985 99,823 122,457 52,267 86,193 115,324

Allowances for Members with Additional Duties DOHERTY, KEVIN A. ....................................$ NORRIS, ROB WILLIAM PAUL .....................

39,582 8,607

Transfers Listed, by program, are transfers to recipients who received $50,000 or more.

Central Management and Services (AE01) Central Services CORPORATION OF THE COUNCIL OF MINISTERS OF EDUCATION CANADA ....................................................$

94,066

Post-Secondary Education (AE02) Universities, Federated and Affiliated Colleges BRIERCREST FAMILY OF SCHOOLS ..........$

211,200

34 BRITISH COLUMBIA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ......................................... CAMPION COLLEGE .................................... COLLEGE MATHIEU .................................... COLLEGE OF EMMANUEL & ST. CHAD ...... FIRST NATIONS UNIVERSITY OF CANADA ................................................... GABRIEL DUMONT INSTITUTE OF NATIVE STUDIES & APPLIED RESEARCH INC. ..................................... HORIZON COLLEGE & SEMINARY ............. LUTHER COLLEGE ...................................... LUTHERAN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY ...... MINISTER OF FINANCE OF ONTARIO ........ NORTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGY ......................................... NORTHERN TEACHER EDUCATION PROGRAM COUNCIL INC. ....................... SAIT POLYTECHNIC .................................... SOUTHERN ALBERTA INST. OF TECHNOLOGY ......................................... ST. ANDREW'S COLLEGE ........................... ST. PETER'S COLLEGE ............................... ST. THOMAS MORE COLLEGE ................... UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA .......................... UNIVERSITY OF REGINA............................. UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN.............

Advanced Education 125,633 3,830,300 710,000 66,100 3,754,500 6,101,600 154,200 3,775,150 228,300 164,323 128,906 3,374,300 760,988 78,584 115,800 1,161,300 6,876,200 634,145 109,628,250 347,302,449

Technical Institutes DUMONT TECHNICAL INSTITUTE............... $ 1,979,000 SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGIES ................................ 1,792,750 SASKATCHEWAN POLYTECHNIC .............. 148,590,500 WHITECAP DAKOTA FIRST NATION........... 50,000

Regional Colleges CARLTON TRAIL COLLEGE......................... $ CUMBERLAND COLLEGE ............................ GREAT PLAINS COLLEGE ........................... LAKELAND COLLEGE .................................. NORTH WEST COLLEGE ............................. NORTHLANDS COLLEGE ............................ PARKLAND COLLEGE ................................. SOUTHEAST COLLEGE ...............................

2,485,900 2,520,300 5,027,000 53,400 4,615,600 6,715,800 3,355,000 3,498,000

518,900 145,000 551,000 55,000 240,000 4,593,300 1,091,000 1,080,100 201,100 4,976,000 16,765,000

Innovation and Science Fund SASKATCHEWAN HEALTH RESEARCH FOUNDATION ........................................... $ UNIVERSITY OF REGINA............................. UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN.............

400,000 122,806 5,670,172

Science and Technology Research UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN............. $

Student Supports (AE03) Saskatchewan Student Aid Fund SASKATCHEWAN STUDENT AID FUND ...... $

9,731,000

32,000,000

Graduate Retention Program GRADUATE RETENTION PROGRAM .......... $

35,466,000

Scholarships GABRIEL DUMONT INSTITUTE OF NATIVE STUDIES & APPLIED RESEARCH INC. ...................................... $ GREAT PLAINS COLLEGE ........................... LAKELAND COLLEGE .................................. NORTH WEST COLLEGE ............................. PARKLAND COLLEGE .................................. SASKATCHEWAN APPRENTICESHIP & TRADE CERTIFICATION COMMISSION ........................................... SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGIES ................................. SASKATCHEWAN POLYTECHNIC ............... SOUTHEAST COLLEGE ............................... UNIVERSITY OF REGINA ............................. UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN .............

55,000 176,286 237,000 76,500 127,500 379,850 202,000 1,820,843 98,000 3,191,002 5,101,844

Saskatchewan Advantage Grant for Education Savings RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA EMPLOYMENT & SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT CANADA ........................ $

7,319,000

Goods and Services Minister's Travel DOHERTY, KEVIN A. ................................... $ NORRIS, ROB WILLIAM PAUL......................

Post-Secondary Capital Transfers CAMPION COLLEGE .................................... $ GREAT PLAINS COLLEGE ........................... LUTHER COLLEGE ...................................... NORTH WEST COLLEGE ............................. NORTHLANDS COLLEGE ............................ PARKLAND COLLEGE ................................. SASKATCHEWAN POLYTECHNIC .............. SOUTHEAST COLLEGE ............................... ST. THOMAS MORE COLLEGE ................... UNIVERSITY OF REGINA............................. UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN.............

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8,967 7,449

Goods and Services Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for the provision of goods and services, including travel, office supplies, communications, contracts, and equipment. BLAST RADIUS INC. .................................... $ BMO PURCHASE CARDS-ADVANCED EDUCATION .............................................. CORPORATION OF THE COUNCIL OF MINISTERS OF EDUCATION CANADA .................................................... DIRECTIONS EVIDENCE & POLICY RESEARCH GROUP, LLP ......................... HIGHER EDUCATION STRATEGY ASSOCIATES INC. ................................... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF CENTRAL SERVICES ......................... RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA EMPLOYMENT & SOCIAL DEVELOPMENT CANADA ........................ SASKTEL....................................................... UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN .............

51,543 826,830 99,007 130,000 53,125 6,462,741 473,486 90,914 112,895

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Advanced Education

Internal Recoveries Listed are internal recoveries from ministries of $50,000 or more for the provision of shared services. MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF LABOUR RELATIONS & WORKPLACE SAFETY ............................. $

(394,900)

35

36

Agriculture

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Agriculture (Vote 1) The purpose of the Saskatchewan Ministry of Agriculture is to enable a prosperous, market-driven agricultural industry through a supportive legislative framework, policies, programs and services.

Central Management and Services (Subvote AG01) Objective To provide executive direction and centrally-managed services in the areas of finance and other operational services that include accommodations required for the delivery of the Ministry’s mandate. Program Delivery This program includes executive management, central corporate services, communications, and business and information technology services. It provides central support to branches and agencies in the following areas: financial services, facilities, purchasing, transportation, and legislative services. Central Management and Services also co-ordinates with the Ministry of Central Services for delivery of office and regional accommodations, office furniture, mail, records management, and minor facility renovation; as well as the delivery of capital improvement projects. It develops communication and marketing strategies for development and improvement of the industry. It also supports Ministry strategic planning, implementation and program delivery through information management and technology, business process improvement and program evaluation.

Policy and Planning (Subvote AG05) Objective To provide direction and leadership in the analysis, development, design and communication of agricultural policies and programs, which include issues related to marketing, trade, risk management, transportation, and land and environmental policy. It also supports strategic planning, implementation, and program delivery through agricultural statistics and information management. Program Delivery This program includes agricultural policy development. It provides direction and leadership in policy analysis, forecasting, trade policy, market development and statistics. It also supports the Agri-Food Council, as well as the development, design and analysis of risk management programs and strategic initiatives under the federal/provincial policy framework.

Research and Technology (Subvote AG06) Objective To provide funding to support research in the development and adoption of new agricultural technologies and to facilitate diversification and value-added opportunities in the agri-food industry. Program Delivery This program provides financial assistance for research and development programs and projects including funding for the Global Institute for Food Security (GIFS). As part of the process, the program develops new and improved knowledge and technologies for the agriculture and agrifood industry, manages research and development projects

and programs, coordinates co-funding of projects with other funding agencies and industry groups, negotiates research and development project contracts, and prepares project information for the end user. The program helps the agrifood industry to explore new and innovative ideas that enhance the competitiveness of the agricultural sector.

Regional Services (Subvote AG07) Objective To ensure farmers and ranchers, producer groups, agribusinesses and industry have access to production, agri-processing and business information and services, and to promote agricultural awareness. To provide strategic development, production, agri-processing and regulatory services through regional and provincial specialists. This is done through extension and demonstration of new technologies, information provision and problem solving relevant to crops, forage, irrigation and livestock producers and value-added businesses. Program Delivery This program includes regional and central services to farmers and ranchers in the areas of crops, livestock, forages, irrigation and farm business management. It provides production, management and specialist information services and assists clients in developing business strategies. It provides services to meet client needs on technical agricultural production and advancements, business management, agri-business and sector development advisory services. It supports industry and organizational development for the crop and livestock sectors and value-added opportunities, as well as increasing agricultural awareness across the province. This program supports agribusinesses through path-finding and expeditor services, and works with industry to realize the opportunities and overcome the constraints to adding value to commodities produced in the province. This program provides services to irrigation farmers including research and demonstration, certification and onfarm development assistance. It provides project management services related to government-owned irrigation infrastructure and also provides for the rehabilitation of this infrastructure. This program provides for crop pest monitoring and diagnostics. It also administers weed, pest and pesticide regulation, and provides animal health and veterinary diagnostic services and advice to the industry. It assesses and decides on waste management systems that prevent water pollution from intensive livestock operations and provides regulatory support related to livestock dealers, livestock identification and the poultry sector.

Land Management (Subvote AG04) Objective To manage agricultural Crown land through leasing and sales programs, and through the Saskatchewan Pastures Program, while promoting integrated land use and a sustainable land resource. Program Delivery This program provides support and service to Crown land users to ensure economic and environmental sustainability. It administers agricultural Crown land lease and sale billings, collections and accounting. It also provides supplementary grazing and management services for Saskatchewan livestock.

Public Accounts, 2014-15 This program is responsible for the transition of the federal community pasture program lands back to provincial control and the subsequent disposition of these lands.

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37 declines and provides support for investments to mitigate risks or to improve market income.

Industry Assistance (Subvote AG03)

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (Subvote AG14)

Objective To provide financial assistance and compensation programs to support development, expansion and diversification of the agriculture industry.

Objective To account for expenses and expense recoveries that do not require appropriation.

Program Delivery This program provides financial assistance directed to various agricultural organizations which provide services to support the agriculture and food industry.

Financial Programs (Subvote AG09) Objective To support the development and sustainability of agricultural operations through the delivery of grant, rebate and guarantee programs. It also manages the outstanding loans and investments of the Agricultural Credit Corporation of Saskatchewan (ACS) and administers The Saskatchewan Farm Security Act. Program Delivery This program area delivers many programs under the Federal-Provincial Growing Forward 2 Agreement, including the Farm and Ranch Water Infrastructure Program, the Farm Stewardship Program, the Saskatchewan Lean Improvements in Manufacturing Program, the Food Safety Systems Program, and the On-farm Food Safety Program. It also manages the Livestock Loan Guarantee Program, Short-term Hog Loan Program, Short-term Cattle Loan Program, and the rest of the ACS portfolio. Funding of the Farm Land Security Board (a quasi-judicial tribunal board) is provided for under this subvote as well.

Business Risk Management (Subvote AG10) Objective To provide payments for programs designed to stabilize farm incomes in Saskatchewan. The Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation (SCIC) administers insurance programs, which protect grain and livestock producers from production failures due to natural hazards and crop damage caused by wildlife. SCIC also delivers the AgriStability Program for Saskatchewan producers. Program Delivery This program provides insurance and compensation programs, for the Saskatchewan agriculture community, for production loss due to natural causes. This includes providing program awareness, gathering and compiling crop yields, maintaining insurance coverage and premiums, calculating individual yield-loss, ensuring program compliance and maintaining contact between the federal and provincial government. It also provides the provincial government’s portion of crop insurance premiums and contributions to the Wildlife Damage Compensation and Livestock Predation Prevention Program. This program also provides provincial contributions to the AgriStability and AgriInvest Programs. The AgriStability Program provides payments to producers if their program year margin falls below their reference margin. The AgriInvest Program helps producers manage small income

Program Delivery This program accounts for the estimated annual consumption of the Ministry’s capital assets. Amortization is calculated using the straight-line method based on the estimated useful service life of the assets. Amortization is a non-voted, non-cash expense.

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38

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Central Management and Services (AG01) Minister's Salary (Statutory)............................................................................ $ Executive Management.................................................................................. Central Services............................................................................................. Accommodation Services............................................................................... Subvote Total Policy and Planning (AG05)....................................................... Research and Technology (AG06) Project Coordination....................................................................................... Research Programming.................................................................................. Subvote Total Regional Services (AG07)..........................................................

Salaries & Benefits

Capital Transfers

48 $ 1,127 1,899 ........ 3,074

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

2,292

851 ........ 851 12,486

........ $ 186 3,077 3,164 6,427

........

8

........ 9,000 9,000

939 24,394 25,333

204

4,914

2,932 ........ ........ 2,932

........ ........ ........ ........

Industry Assistance (AG03) Contributions for General Agriculture Interests................................................ Comprehensive Pest Control Program............................................................ Subvote Total

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

2,190

Goods and Services (1)

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

Land Management (AG04) Land Management Services........................................................................... Land Revenue - Bad Debt Allowances............................................................ Crown Land Sale Incentive Program............................................................... Subvote Total

Financial Programs (AG09)........................................................

Operating Transfers

14,830

Business Risk Management (AG10) Crop Insurance Program Delivery................................................................... Crop Insurance Program Premiums................................................................ AgriStability Program Delivery........................................................................ AgriStability.................................................................................................... AgriInvest....................................................................................................... Subvote Total

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (AG14) Amortization - Infrastructure........................................................................... Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.......................................... Amortization - Machinery and Equipment........................................................

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

50 ........ 608 658

3,867 2,456 6,323 2,176

29,471 134,528 17,824 30,886 38,304 251,013

........ ........ ........

Capital Asset Amortization

(thousands of dollars) Other Expenses

Internal Recoveries

Total

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

48 1,313 4,976 3,164 9,501

432

........

........

........

2,732

93 ........ 93

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

1,883 33,394 35,277

........

(6)

........

22,572

967 ........ ........ 967

........ ........ ........ ........

........ 4 ........ 4

........ ........ ........ ........

3,949 4 608 4,561

90 ........ 90

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

3,957 2,456 6,413

........

(23)

........

20,808

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

29,471 134,528 17,824 30,886 38,304 251,013

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

1,959 384 55

4,974

1,635

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

1,959 384 55

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Amortization - Transportation Equipment........................................................ Amortization - Office and Information Technology........................................... Subvote Total Total

$

(1) Includes communication expense of $726 and travel expense of $1,506.

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

23,825 $

24,034 $

........ ........ ........ 290,425 $

39 ........ ........ ........ 14,618 $

11 4 2,413 2,413 $

........ ........ ........ (25) $

........ ........ ........ ........ $

11 4 2,413 355,290

40

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Salaries and Benefits Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for salaries, wages, honorariums, etc. and for pension and public sector benefits. Salaries ACHTYMICHUK, CONSTANCE .................... $ ALTHOUSE, ELIZABETH C. ........................ ANDERSON, LEIGH C. ................................ ARSCOTT, RAYMOND ................................. AUGUSTINE, KEVIN P. ................................ AULIE, KAREN DEANNE .............................. AULIE, KRYSTAL K. .................................... AYARS, MORLEY B. .................................... BAKKE, ALLAN B. ........................................ BANKS, JODI ................................................ BAST, TAMMY .............................................. BEDARD, TERRY L. .................................... BILLETT, DOUGLAS SIDNEY ....................... BJORGE, RICK D. ........................................ BLAKLEY, LYNDI T. ..................................... BONNEAU, ANDRE ...................................... BORYSKI, LISA ............................................. BOUCHARD, FAYE....................................... BRACE, DUANE............................................ BRAIDEK, JEFFREY ..................................... BRENZIL, CLARK ......................................... BRICK, MARY ............................................... BRIERE, JEFFERY A. .................................. BRODNER, ROBERT F. ............................... BROOKS, DONALD ...................................... BROWN, REYNOLD ..................................... BRULE, FRANCINE ...................................... BUE, SIGURD GORDON .............................. BUECKERT, NICOLE L. ............................... BURNETT, KARI A. ...................................... BURTON, RICHARD J. ................................ CAMPBELL, BRIAN D. ................................. CAMPBELL, ERIN M. ................................... CHANT, SHANNON ...................................... CHARABIN, TRACEY.................................... CHARLES, CAROL ....................................... CHARTIER, RENEE ...................................... CHRISTEA, SHEILA ...................................... COOK, DAVID L. .......................................... CORTUS, DEAN H. ...................................... COTTRELL, ADRIENNE ............................... COULTHARD, MAIRE ................................... DALLAL BASHI, ZAFER ................................ DAS, SHANKAR ............................................ DAUK, AMANDA ........................................... DIDUCK, SHELDON ..................................... DOBBS, SHERRI A. ..................................... DOIG, BRYAN R. ......................................... DONAIS, LAURIER ....................................... DRURY, CARA M. ........................................ DRURY, JASON ............................................ DURUNNA, OBIOHA N. ............................... DUTKA, ANITA R. ........................................ EDWARDS, RON J. ..................................... ELEY, RON A. .............................................. ELFORD, COLBY J. ..................................... EVANS, KENNETH K. .................................. EVANS, TRACY ............................................ EWEN, JEFFREY L. ..................................... FARDEN, KELLY DEAN ................................ FEIST, MURRAY ........................................... FEIST, TIMOTHY P. ..................................... FLATEN, BRENT. ......................................... FOLK, MARK................................................. FONTAINE, DONALD J. ............................... FORSYTHE, LEEANN T. ..............................

91,821 120,747 79,151 133,320 62,726 163,866 67,990 83,511 62,957 121,722 55,813 84,125 65,127 121,722 82,634 67,454 54,042 99,845 64,772 84,150 92,199 83,786 74,980 84,325 68,952 61,313 103,677 103,550 74,748 55,923 163,866 91,650 73,900 83,505 76,476 50,414 58,596 52,057 91,650 75,876 91,650 61,195 91,461 83,431 56,190 89,454 91,764 92,166 133,847 62,052 98,226 75,774 50,972 69,240 86,381 75,516 83,778 100,605 68,961 92,721 92,982 77,097 92,463 110,231 91,864 110,730

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FOSTER, ALLAN WILFRED .......................... FRIESEN, SHANNON LISA ........................... FRIESEN, SIDNEY ........................................ GAETZ, BYRON ............................................ GALESCHUK, RHEA E. ................................ GEDDIE, LESLIE ........................................... GEREIN, GARY ............................................. GIBSON, PAT ................................................ GIBSON, SHAWN.......................................... GLAB, THOMAS T. ....................................... GOODFELLOW, ROBERTA K. ..................... GOODWILLIE, DAVID ................................... GOODWIN, VALERIE .................................... GOSSELIN, KAREN A. ................................. GOURLIE, BRYAN R. ................................... GREUEL, JONATHAN B. .............................. GREUEL, WILLIAM........................................ GRIMSRUD, MILO J. .................................... HAMILTON, KENNETH ................................. HARTLEY, SCOTT ........................................ HAUER, JOHN A. ......................................... HENLEY, WILLIAM T. ................................... HEPPER, LYNETTE M. ................................ HEWALO, GLENDA J. .................................. HEYDEN, JENIFER L. .................................. HICKS, LYNDON ........................................... HOEHN, WALTER ......................................... HOLMLUND, RANDY .................................... HOLTZMAN, MARINA CLAIRE ...................... HOWE, JULIE-ANNE ..................................... HUSBAND, RYAN ......................................... IPPOLITO, JOHN E. ..................................... JALIL, ABDUL ................................................ JANSEN, ANDREAS A. ................................ JAPP, MITCHELL T. ..................................... JOHNSON, PATRICIA ................................... JOHNSON, PAUL A. ..................................... JONES, DONNA KATHY ............................... JONES, SHELLEY L. .................................... JORGENSON, JAMES TODD........................ KANG, HERA ................................................. KARCHA, WADE ........................................... KETTEL, JAMES ........................................... KIEPER, ALISON M. ..................................... KIRYCHUK, BRANT ...................................... KLEIN, LORNE H. ......................................... KNISELY, KATHLEEN ANNE ........................ KOCH, ALANNA L. ....................................... KOWALCHUK, TERRANCE E. ..................... KOWALSKI, JOANNE C. .............................. KRUGER, GARY ........................................... LAFORGE, CYRIL M. ................................... LANE, BARRY A. .......................................... LEE, ANGELA J. ........................................... LENNOX, TREVOR B. .................................. LESLIE, ROBERT MIKE ................................ LISITZA, LYNDON D. ................................... LOEWEN, EDMUND ...................................... LORENZ, ADAM LORNE ............................... LUZNY, STEPHEN W. .................................. MACMILLAN, JUDITH E. .............................. MARCENIUK, BRADLEY PAUL ..................... MARCINIAK, JOSEPH PAUL......................... MARINOS, LORI A. ....................................... MCCALL, PENNY G. .................................... MCINNIS, BRENT.......................................... MCLEAN, KIM L. ........................................... MILLER, SHERI L. ........................................ MOJELSKI, CAROL ....................................... MONETTE, RONALD..................................... MOOLEKI, S. PATRICK ................................. MORI, NADIA ................................................ MORROW, DORIS L. .................................... MOSS, ROBERT L. ....................................... MULATZ, RYAN............................................. MURRAY, KELLY ..........................................

83,587 75,308 110,694 90,029 51,481 80,107 76,168 52,746 79,407 83,504 100,221 60,706 56,160 56,209 91,650 127,364 97,433 89,172 110,730 100,901 83,887 110,730 56,448 53,967 79,782 75,664 132,681 80,043 56,209 71,081 72,264 83,917 133,830 110,730 91,066 74,228 133,830 52,043 107,439 104,853 99,891 75,856 121,722 50,652 141,176 84,197 52,047 215,022 87,767 76,604 84,224 83,782 74,298 77,576 83,452 74,168 87,102 65,873 66,611 81,747 83,614 92,238 76,936 51,823 110,730 85,710 80,384 50,376 76,478 83,778 92,191 79,161 110,730 90,178 70,989 53,212

Public Accounts, 2014-15 NANDY, SUSHMITA ...................................... NIXDORF, RAYMOND B. ............................. NOVAK, JOSEPH E. ..................................... PALEY, NAOMI ............................................. PANCHUK, KENNETH M. ............................ PANKO, MICHELLE B. ................................. PANKO, VALERIE J. .................................... PAYNE, GLENN ............................................ PCHAJEK, DOUG G. .................................... PEARDON, TRAVIS J. ................................. PELUOLA, CECILIA O. ................................. PENNER, JASON V. ..................................... PENTLAND, ROBERT ................................... PEPIN, DENIS ............................................... PERU, JOEL P. ............................................ PHIPPS, MURRAY A. ................................... PINNO, CHRISTOPHER ............................... PLOSZ ROWLEY, DEIDRE ........................... PON, GODWIN.............................................. POTTER, EDNA M. ...................................... PYLYPCHUK, MICHAEL H. .......................... RICHMOND, AMANDA T. ............................. RISULA, DALE K. ......................................... ROBERTS, SHERRI R. ................................ ROBERTSHAW, PATRICIA ........................... ROBERTSON, ALANA .................................. RUD, HELEN M. ........................................... RUSSELL, JIM A. ......................................... RUUD, COREY E. ........................................ SAWATZKY, PETER ..................................... SCHAEFER, MEGAN DANIELLE .................. SCHARF, FORREST P. ................................ SCHMEISER, DANIEL................................... SCHMIDT, KEVIN D. .................................... SCHULTZ, TIMOTHY .................................... SCHWARTZ, THOMAS ................................. SEAMAN, COLLEEN ..................................... SHOEMAKER, ROBERT ............................... SHORTT, DAVID ........................................... SIM, BRIAN N. .............................................. SLADE, ANNE ............................................... SLINGERLAND, D. KIM................................. SMITH, ADAM C. .......................................... SMITH, CHRISTOPHER................................ SMITH, KAREN ............................................. SOITA, HENRY W. . ...................................... SOMMERFELD, SARAH ............................... SOPATYK, ALICIA E. L. ............................... STAN, WENDY L. ......................................... STANGER, SANDRA J. ................................ STEFANSON, BRENDA ................................ STEPHENS, DANIELLE T. ........................... STEPHENSON, TIFFANY J. ......................... STINSON, MONIQUE .................................... STONEHOUSE, KIM B. ................................ STOVIN, DARREN S. ................................... SUMMACH, DWAYNE................................... SUNDBO, BRYCE ......................................... SWALLOW, ROBERT W. ............................. SWEETMAN, GLEN ...................................... TANGJERD, LORNE D. ................................ TONITA, KATHRYN ...................................... TOWNSEND FRASER, VALERIE.................. TRANBERG, JANICE NADEAN..................... TREMBLAY, STEEVES J. ............................ VAKULABHARANAM, VENKATA R .............. VEITCH, LORNE T. ...................................... WAGNER, CRYSTAL M. .............................. WANG, DUNLING ......................................... WARD, CHARLOTTE .................................... WARREN, JASON N. ................................... WELLMAN, RICHARD M. ............................. WENSLEY, CORY RYAN .............................. WERLE, JENAY ............................................ WHITE, ROY G. ............................................ WIENS, ROBERT ..........................................

Agriculture 79,439 88,878 82,546 83,823 91,779 58,228 81,985 92,897 110,355 84,167 86,938 63,154 110,730 76,161 58,583 58,056 92,450 52,756 91,789 73,455 95,842 58,934 92,573 60,779 75,917 62,566 61,821 90,936 95,301 60,787 77,462 92,955 121,722 72,264 100,809 133,830 56,209 76,471 74,488 54,035 52,047 56,205 58,237 91,864 53,772 83,955 82,428 67,202 59,382 110,730 83,533 62,857 106,645 52,043 81,964 91,650 84,237 86,427 79,441 92,240 80,050 76,649 75,994 121,045 78,194 103,542 104,297 65,611 81,818 71,306 85,157 77,968 79,077 82,733 121,722 92,008

WILKINS, RICHARD ...................................... WILKINS, WENDY L. .................................... WILLIAMS, ALPHANSO A. W. ...................... WILLIAMS, JESSICA ..................................... WILLIAMSON, KAREN M. ............................. WILSON, GEOFF........................................... WOLFE, MARIANNE...................................... YLIOJA, STANLEY WAYNE........................... ZALINKO, GRANT .........................................

41 92,558 110,334 78,090 76,161 93,589 92,669 56,626 100,758 103,542

Allowances for Members with Additional Duties STEWART, LYLE E. ......................................$

48,198

Transfers Listed, by program, are transfers to recipients who received $50,000 or more.

Research and Technology (AG06) Project Coordination EAST CENTRAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION ...........................................$ GREAT WESTERN BREWING COMPANY LIMITED ..................................................... INDIAN HEAD AGRICULTURE RESEARCH FOUNDATION ....................... IRRIGATION CROP DIVERSIFICATION CORPORATION ......... NORTHEAST AGRICULTURE RESEARCH FOUNDATION ........................................... SASKATCHEWAN CONSERVATION LEARNING CENTRE INC. ........................ SASKATCHEWAN FORAGE COUNCIL......... WESTERN APPLIED RESEARCH CORPORATION......................................... WHEATLAND CONSERVATION AREA INC.............................................................

54,670 100,000 57,688 52,898 76,591 50,020 53,354 74,230 75,215

Research Programming AG-WEST BIO INC. ......................................$ AGRISOMA BIOSCIENCES INC. .................. ALLIANCE GRAIN TRADERS ........................ CANADIAN LIGHT SOURCE INC. ................ CANARYSEED DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION OF SASKATCHEWAN ....... EAST CENTRAL RESEARCH FOUNDATION ........................................... FRIENDS OF THE ROYAL SASKATCHEWAN MUSEUM..................... GENOME ALBERTA ...................................... INDIAN HEAD AGRICULTURE RESEARCH FOUNDATION ....................... IRRIGATION CROP DIVERSIFICATION CORPORATION ......... MEADOW RIDGE ENTERPRISES LTD. ....... MUSTARD 21 CANADA INC. ........................ NORTHEAST AGRICULTURE RESEARCH FOUNDATION ........................................... PAN-PROVINCIAL ENTERPRISE INC. ......... POS BIO SCIENCES ..................................... PRAIRIE AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY INSTITUTE ................................................

1,500,000 141,900 130,000 100,000 183,720 125,000 59,000 90,000 125,000 99,880 115,600 60,000 75,000 258,470 180,000 1,891,354

42 PRAIRIE BERRIES INC. .............................. PRAIRIE DIAGNOSTICS SERVICES INC. .......................................................... PRAIRIE SWINE CENTRE INC. ................... PRAIRIE TIDE CHEMICALS INC. ................ RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA AGRICULTURE & AGRI-FOOD CANADA ................................................... RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA NATIONAL RESEARCH COUNCIL ........... SASKATCHEWAN CONSERVATION LEARNING CENTRE INC. ........................ SASKATCHEWAN FLAX DEVELOPMENT COMMISSION ........................................... SASKATCHEWAN FOOD INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT CENTRE ........................ SASKATCHEWAN RESEARCH COUNCIL ... SASKATCHEWAN VARIETY PERFORMANCE GROUP ......................... SOUTH EAST RESEARCH FARM ................ UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN............. WESTERN APPLIED RESEARCH CORPORATION ........................................ WHEATLAND CONSERVATION AREA INC. ..........................................................

Agriculture 82,000 116,600 654,244 101,500 1,907,697

Land Management (AG04) Crown Land Sale Incentive Program HARRIOTT, HARVEY HENRY & HARRIOTT, DUSTY JAMES ...................... $

84,478

475,024 117,500 50,000 9,650,557 181,687 100,000 115,000 14,219,750 125,000 75,000

Regional Services (AG07) ASSINIBOINE WATERSHED STEWARDSHIP ASSOCIATION ............... $ BEAVER RIVER AGRI-ENVIRONMENTAL GROUP PLAN ......................................................... CARROT RIVER VALLEY WATERSHED ASSOCIATION INC. ................................. IRRIGATION CROP DIVERSIFICATION CORPORATION ........ LIVESTOCK SERVICES OF SASKATCHEWAN CORP. ....................... LOWER QU'APPELLE WATERSHED STEWARDS INC. ..................................... LOWER SOURIS RIVER WATERSHED COMMITTEE INC. .................................... LUCK LAKE IRRIGATION DISTRICT, INC. NO. 16 ............................................... NORTH SASKATCHEWAN RIVER BASIN COUNCIL .................................................. PRAIRIE DIAGNOSTICS SERVICES INC. .......................................................... RIVERHURST IRRIGATION DISTRICT INC. .......................................................... SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF RURAL MUNICIPALITIES ......................... SASKATCHEWAN SOCIETY FOR THE PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO ANIMALS................................................... SIMPLY AG SOLUTIONS INC. ...................... SOUTH SASKATCHEWAN RIVER WATERSHED STEWARDS INC. .............. SWIFT CURRENT CREEK WATERSHED STEWARDS INC. ..................................... UPPER SOURIS WATERSHED ASSOCIATION .......................................... WASCANA UPPER QU'APPELLE WATERSHEDS ASSOCIATIONS TAKING RESPONSIBILITY INC. ..............

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57,260 52,500 51,417 100,000 800,000 51,210 80,000 89,390 185,000 450,000 102,300 203,448 530,000 465,000 105,000 55,300 63,716 83,000

Industry Assistance (AG03) Contributions for General Agriculture Interests AGRICULTURE IN THE CLASSROOM (SASK) INC. .............................................. $ CANADIAN CENTRE FOR HEALTH & SAFETY IN AGRICULTURE ...................... CANADIAN WESTERN AGRIBITION ............ FARM ANIMAL COUNCIL OF SASKATCHEWAN INC. (FACS) ................ PARKLAND COLLEGE .................................. PRAIRIE DIAGNOSTICS SERVICES INC. .......................................................... SASKATCHEWAN 4-H COUNCIL INC. ......... SASKATCHEWAN VETERINARY MEDICAL ASSOCIATION ..........................

236,944 125,000 53,712 107,894 57,232 2,395,000 300,000 51,200

Comprehensive Pest Control Program DISTRICT NO. 32 ADD BOARD .................... $ SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF RURAL MUNICIPALITIES ..........................

138,000 2,294,300

Financial Programs (AG09) AVENA FOODS ............................................. $ BEST COOKING PULSES INC. .................... BIORIGINAL FOOD & SCIENCE CORP. ...... CANMAR GRAINS PRODUCTS LTD. .......... CARGILL LTD. .............................................. CEREALS CANADA ...................................... DRAKE MEAT PROCESSORS ...................... FARM & RANCH WATER INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM ............... FARMLAND STEWARDSHIP PROGRAM ..... HARVEST MEATS CO. LTD. ........................ HORIZON MANUFACTURING INC. ............. INFRAREADY PRODUCTS (1998) LTD. ...... MINISTER OF FINANCE OF ALBERTA......... NELSON MULLINS RILEY & SCARBOROUGH LLP ............................... NORTHERN NATURAL PROCESSING LP ... NORTHERN QUINOA CORP. ....................... PLAINS LIVESTOCK INC. ............................ SASKATCHEWAN LIVESTOCK TRACEABILITY REBATE .......................... SASKATCHEWAN QUALITY STARTS HERE/VERIFIED BEEF PRODUCTION WORKING GROUP INC. .......................................................... SASKATCHEWAN VEGETABLE GROWERS ASSOCIATION .......................................... SIERRA FARMING COMPANY ..................... SIMPSON SEEDS INC. ................................ WEST CENTRAL PELLETING....................... WOOD BROS, APIARIES INC. .....................

395,891 193,220 61,798 227,338 487,098 50,000 114,066 11,300,000 801,230 178,964 79,874 91,313 53,806 111,803 600,000 50,949 425,733 373,796

285,000 57,500 50,000 411,120 208,806 221,640

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Business Risk Management (AG10)

SASKATCHEWAN CROP INSURANCE CORPORATION......................................... SASKATCHEWAN FOOD INDUSTRY DEVELOPMENT CENTRE ......................... SASKATCHEWAN STOCK GROWERS ASSOCIATION........................................... UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ............. VALLEY WEST IRRIGATION INC. ................

Crop Insurance Program Delivery SASKATCHEWAN CROP INSURANCE CORPORATION ........................................ $

29,471,000

Crop Insurance Program Premiums SASKATCHEWAN CROP INSURANCE CORPORATION ........................................ $ 134,527,771

AgriStability Program Delivery SASKATCHEWAN CROP INSURANCE CORPORATION ........................................ $

17,824,000

AgriStability SASKATCHEWAN CROP INSURANCE CORPORATION ........................................ $

30,886,359

AgriInvest RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA AGRICULTURE & AGRI-FOOD CANADA.................................................... $

38,304,000

Goods and Services Minister's Travel COX, HERB L. .............................................. $ STEWART, LYLE E. .....................................

155 18,396

Goods and Services Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for the provision of goods and services, including travel, office supplies, communications, contracts, and equipment. ADFARM ....................................................... $ ANNAND LAW OFFICE ................................. BISCHOP, DR. CLARENCE .......................... BMO PURCHASE CARDSAGRICULTURE ......................................... INFORMATION SERVICES CORPORATION ........................................ KANUKA THURINGER LLP........................... LIVESTOCK SERVICES OF SASKATCHEWAN CORP. ........................ MINISTER OF FINANCE OF ALBERTA ........ MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF CENTRAL SERVICES ......................... PRAIRIE DIAGNOSTICS SERVICES INC. .......................................................... PRINTWEST ................................................. PULSE CANADA ........................................... RIVERHURST IRRIGATION DISTRICT INC. .......................................................... SASK PORK .................................................. SASKATCHEWAN ASSESSMENT MANAGEMENT AGENCY .........................

135,467 57,312 63,909 1,916,365 126,579 63,477 70,276 55,276 6,898,677 307,196 227,742 85,000 175,000 75,000 67,000

43 134,970 880,433 74,000 218,208 569,787

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Central Services (Vote 13) The Ministry of Central Services provides central coordination and delivery of property management, information technology, project management, procurement, transportation, and other support services to government ministries and agencies.

Central Management and Services (Subvote CS01) Objective To provide executive direction, leadership and central administration, required for the delivery of the Ministry's mandate. Program Delivery This program provides executive direction and centrallymanaged services in the areas of finance, information management, internal audit, risk management, and communications.

Property Management (Subvote CS02) Objective To provide for the operation, maintenance and disposal of government buildings and facilities. Program Delivery This program provides accommodations for office space and program space including warehouses, correctional facilities, highways’ buildings and other facilities required for the provision of government services. Property Management provides facility operations in owned and leased buildings, maintenance, security services, and operates and maintains the Legislative Building. The program mainly functions as a shared service allocating costs to ministries and recovering expenses from external clients.

Transportation and Other Services (Subvote CS05) Objective To provide for government's vehicle fleet, executive air services, air ambulance services, and other support services including procurement, mail, telecommunications, and records management. Program Delivery This program provides vehicle and fleet management services to ministries and public agencies. The program provides air transportation for elected and senior government officials and provides air ambulance services, under contract to the Ministry of Health, with a fleet of government-owned aircraft. The program also provides centralized procurement, mail, telecommunications and records management services for government ministries. The majority of programs in this subvote function as a shared service allocating costs to ministries and recovering expenses from external clients.

Project Management (Subvote CS03) Objective To provide for the management of projects on behalf of clients. Program Delivery This program provides design, construction and project management services for major client projects. The program functions as a shared service allocating costs to ministries and recovering expenses from external clients.

Information Technology Office (Subvote CS11) Objective To provide centralized information technology (IT) services to government ministries and agencies. Program Delivery This program provides a full range of centralized IT services, overseeing IT policies, standards, and architecture services that support ministries and agencies in delivery of services to the citizens of Saskatchewan. A portion of the program functions as a shared service allocating costs to ministries and recovering expenses from external clients.

Major Capital Asset Acquisitions (Subvote CS07) Objective To provide for the investment of major capital asset acquisitions. Program Delivery This program provides for major capital asset acquisitions including land, infrastructure, buildings, vehicles, aircraft, information technology and other capital.

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (Subvote CS08) Objective To account for expenses and expense recoveries that do not require appropriation. Program Delivery This program accounts for the estimated annual consumption of the Ministry's capital assets. Amortization (depreciation) is calculated using the straight-line method based on the estimated useful life of the asset with the exception of certain transportation components, which is based on usage. Amortization is a non-voted, non-cash expense.

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Central Services

Central Management and Services (CS01) Minister's Salary (Statutory)............................................................................ $ Executive Management.................................................................................. Central Services............................................................................................. Accommodation Services............................................................................... Allocated to Services Subvotes...................................................................... Subvote Total

Salaries & Benefits 48 $ 533 3,915 ........ ........ 4,496

Capital Transfers

Operating Transfers

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

Goods and Services (1) ........ $ 104 3,381 422 (8,352) (4,445)

Capital Asset Amortization

(thousands of dollars) Other Expenses

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ (2) ........ ........ (2)

Internal Recoveries ........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

Total 48 637 7,294 422 (8,352) 49

Property Management (CS02) Operations and Maintenance of Property........................................................ Accommodation Costs Incurred on Behalf of the Legislative Assembly........... Program Delivery and Client Services............................................................. Environmental Sustainability Investments....................................................... Property Management Allocated to Ministries................................................. Property Management Charged to External Clients........................................ Subvote Total

18,072 107 10,336 ........ ........ ........ 28,515

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

133 ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 133

124,269 2,895 7,303 877 ........ ........ 135,344

21,539 ........ 89 ........ ........ ........ 21,628

1,391 ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 1,391

........ ........ ........ ........ (128,461) ........ (128,461)

165,404 3,002 17,728 877 (128,461) ........ 58,550

Transportation and Other Services (CS05) Vehicle Services............................................................................................. Air Services.................................................................................................... Saskatchewan Archives Board....................................................................... Procurement................................................................................................... Mail Services.................................................................................................. Telecommunications Services........................................................................ Services Allocated to Ministries...................................................................... Services Charged to External Clients.............................................................. Subvote Total

1,375 4,125 ........ 1,797 2,008 138 ........ ........ 9,443

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ 4,401 ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 4,401

24,221 4,810 ........ 1,533 10,989 3,547 ........ ........ 45,100

9,006 1,865 ........ ........ 43 ........ ........ ........ 10,914

641 ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 641

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ (39,635) ........ (39,635)

35,243 10,800 4,401 3,330 13,040 3,685 (39,635) ........ 30,864

Project Management (CS03) Courthouses................................................................................................... Pine Grove Provincial Correctional Centre...................................................... Prince Albert Provincial Correctional Centre................................................... Valley View..................................................................................................... Women's Remand Centre............................................................................... Other.............................................................................................................. Project Management Allocated to Ministries................................................... Subvote Total

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 29 ........ 29

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

12 ........ ........ ........ ........ 5,391 ........ 5,403

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ (2,943) (2,943)

12 ........ ........ ........ ........ 5,420 (2,943) 2,489

Information Technology Office (CS11) IT Coordination and Transformation Initiatives................................................ Application Support........................................................................................ Interministerial Services.................................................................................. IT Allocated to Ministries................................................................................ IT Allocated to External Clients....................................................................... Subvote Total

582 ........ 14,354 ........ ........ 14,936

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

6,979 7,811 91,673 ........ ........ 106,463

........ ........ 418 ........ ........ 418

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ (104,341) ........ (104,341)

7,561 7,811 106,445 (104,341) ........ 17,476

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Major Capital Asset Acquisitions (CS07) Land, Buildings and Improvements................................................................. Machinery and Equipment.............................................................................. Office and Information Technology................................................................. Subvote Total

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ 9 9

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ 9 9

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (CS08) Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.......................................... Amortization - Machinery and Equipment........................................................ Amortization - Office and Information Technology........................................... Amortization Allocated to Services Subvotes.................................................. Subvote Total

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

Total

$

57,419 $

........ $

4,534 $

287,865 $

32,960 $

2,039 $

(275,380) $

109,437

Central Services

$

47,066 $

........ $

4,534 $

235,950 $

23,723 $

1,827 $

(275,380) $

37,720

Central Services - Commercial Operations Property Management (CS02)....................................................................... Transportation and Other Services (CS05).................................................... Project Management (CS03)......................................................................... Information Technology Office (CS11)........................................................... Total Commercial Operations Total $

7,386 2,523 14 430 10,353 57,419 $

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ $

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 4,534 $

32,371 14,309 2,485 2,750 51,915 287,865 $

5,623 3,601 ........ 13 9,237 32,960 $

........ 212 ........ ........ 212 2,039 $

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ (275,380) $

45,380 20,645 2,499 3,193 71,717 109,437

(1) Includes communication expense of $108 and travel expense of $1,480.

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Salaries and Benefits Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for salaries, wages, honorariums, etc. and for pension and public sector benefits. Salaries ABBOTT, JAMES I. ...................................... $ AHSAN, WAQAR........................................... AMYOTTE, AMIE D. ..................................... ANSELL, FRANCOIS .................................... ANTONINI, KEENAN..................................... ARENDT, AARON M. L. ............................... ARIF, SYED M. ............................................ ARMSTRONG, ALLAN .................................. ARSENAULT, SHANTELLE .......................... AYOTTE, ROLAND V. .................................. BACHINSKI, TERRY JOHN........................... BALZER, LOWELL ........................................ BARBER, COLIN R. ..................................... BARLOW, BRYAN A. ................................... BASSANI, AARON ........................................ BATA, STEVE ............................................... BATEMAN, ALLEN D. .................................. BAUMGARTNER, STEVE M. ....................... BAYLAK, RICK .............................................. BAZYLAK, LEE ............................................. BELANEY, TANYANN ................................... BELANGER, GARTH .................................... BENESH, CAROL ......................................... BENS, CALVIN.............................................. BENTLEY, ELIZABETH ................................. BERGSTROM, WADE K. ............................. BIBLOW, SHELDON G. ................................ BIENSCH, RANDAL R. ................................. BLONDEAU, GORDON B. ............................ BLONKE, CALVIN ......................................... BOHNET, DOUG ........................................... BOOTH, WARREN L. ................................... BOUCHER-BURNET, CAMPBELL ................ BOURDAGES, BRAD .................................... BOWERING, KURTIS.................................... BOWES, LARRY L. ...................................... BOYD, KENNETH W. ................................... BRABANT, JAMES J. ................................... BRADSHAW, BEVERLY ............................... BRANIFF, MERVIN D. .................................. BRASS, JEFF................................................ BREZINSKY, ROBERT ................................. BRIDGE, JON ............................................... BROWN, GORDON H. ................................. BUBLEY, CRYSTAL ...................................... BUCHANAN, VICKI ....................................... BUCKOSKI, MARTHA E. .............................. BUCSIS, BARRY ........................................... BUECHLER, JILL M. .................................... BUEHLER, BRADLEY ................................... BUMPHREY, SHAWN ................................... BURNS, DWAYNE ........................................ BUZASH, GLENN E. .................................... CAMPBELL, TRENT ..................................... CAMPESE, ROBIN........................................ CARLSON, ARTHUR .................................... CARLSON, RENNY V. ................................. CARR, JAMIE R. .......................................... CARSON, THOMAS WAYNE ........................ CATTELL, LYLE ............................................ CHALUPIAK, MARK ...................................... CHAMBERLAIN, DENNIS G. ........................ CHAN, KA CHUNG ....................................... CHANDRAMOHAN, VINAY ........................... CHASE, BARBARA A. .................................. CHAYKOWSKI, KURTIS J. ...........................

73,165 106,519 133,820 56,562 92,157 63,190 70,928 59,896 110,427 63,203 92,746 100,758 91,650 76,881 74,980 90,026 78,373 61,648 100,877 72,559 79,593 110,730 74,955 52,731 67,033 115,902 129,082 99,085 58,043 87,414 109,236 75,137 73,424 69,075 68,058 105,985 91,550 52,250 56,205 52,413 60,079 85,257 63,382 56,268 50,061 60,843 68,270 57,303 81,816 67,266 54,792 100,140 64,013 60,795 112,632 55,387 85,055 61,600 62,048 61,870 119,796 59,458 69,401 108,102 66,674 50,215

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CHERNICK, BRYAN K. ................................. CHERWENUK, JACQUELINE ....................... CHESTON, ALLISON .................................... CHOUINARD, DANIEL GORDON.................. CHURCH, BRADLEY ..................................... CIARCIAGLINI, MARK E. .............................. CLARKE, ROBERT G. .................................. CLAYTON, DEAN A. ..................................... COCHRANE BIRAM, SANDRA L. ................. COCHRANE, DOUGLAS ............................... COLLINS, DEREK ......................................... COOPER, FREDA ......................................... COPELAND, RYAN ....................................... CORRIGAL, THOMAS JAY............................ COSSETTE, ROBERT ................................... CRAWFORD, TREVOR A. ............................ CROSS, SHANNON JANE ............................ CULLEN, CINDY............................................ CWYNAR, DOUG .......................................... DAIGNEAULT, VALMORE ............................. DASH, DALE ................................................. DAVALOS, HUMBERTO A. .......................... DAVIS, HAROLD A. ...................................... DAVIS, SPENCER ......................................... DAY, BARRY A. ............................................ DEAN, JEFFERY D. ...................................... DECK, GLENN............................................... DEDMAN, RONALD G. ................................. DEMASSI, COREY M. .................................. DEMASSI, MICHAEL J. ................................ DESPINS, GLEN ........................................... DESPINS, WENDY P. ................................... DIELSCHNIEDER, BARRY R. ...................... DIXON, DOUG J. .......................................... DOJCINOVIC, ZELJKO ................................. DOREY, TAMMY ........................................... DOROSH, TYRA............................................ DRESCHER, JENNIFER................................ DRUMMOND, JACQUI .................................. DUBRAY, BRADLEY H. ................................ DUESTERBECK, DAVID ............................... DUNSTAN, DEBRA ....................................... DYCK, VICTOR J. ......................................... EATON, STUART .......................................... ECKER, ROXANNE M. ................................. ECKLUND, ROBERT K. ................................ EGELAND, JEFF V. ...................................... ELAWAD, YASIR ........................................... ELDER, DOUGLAS........................................ ELKE, DIANNE .............................................. ELLIOTT, ERIC .............................................. EQUINA, JUSTIN S. ..................................... EXNER, STEVEN .......................................... FEHLER, ADAM A. ....................................... FELBER, KIRSTEN A. .................................. FERGUSON, ADAM D. ................................. FERGUSON, QUENTEN T. .......................... FERGUSON, SHELLY ................................... FERRIS, DOUG ............................................. FIACCO, TONY P. ........................................ FIDDLER, KEN .............................................. FINK, KELLY ................................................. FISHER, LINDA ............................................. FISKE, GERALD R. ...................................... FLAMAN, TRICIA M. ..................................... FLEGEL, STEVEN J. .................................... FLEISCHHAKER, BLAKE .............................. FLORES IBARRA, MONICA .......................... FOGARTY, MARY BERNADETTE ................. FORD, DEREK .............................................. FORSYTH, DAVID ......................................... FOSSUM, ROBERT ....................................... FOWLER, BRODY ......................................... FRANCIS, IVAN ............................................. FRASER, ERANEE ........................................ FREELAND, CHAD ........................................

91,349 52,081 53,586 51,185 89,426 85,888 104,282 55,538 74,980 81,831 104,592 54,094 78,910 75,282 77,937 91,275 56,205 80,800 76,219 72,011 56,782 54,187 87,272 98,102 79,900 98,343 63,748 84,674 62,516 76,472 89,144 70,032 68,664 58,523 131,239 66,930 118,716 84,957 62,381 62,261 88,627 68,780 74,980 78,775 63,854 57,190 136,860 91,650 120,781 56,723 53,985 76,596 126,764 68,809 100,619 62,366 57,985 75,915 71,851 73,144 54,281 52,016 56,321 69,687 67,454 88,192 129,529 60,356 52,604 66,710 83,633 54,758 72,264 110,730 53,437 83,362

Public Accounts, 2014-15 FRERICHS, KURT A. ................................... FRIESEN, BRAD ........................................... FUESSEL, KELLY R. .................................... GACKLE, DONALD ....................................... GAFFNEY, KEN ............................................ GAITHO, JOHN ............................................. GALLAGHER, THOMAS................................ GARTNER, MONICA U. ............................... GARZON, JOHN P. ...................................... GAUTHIER, SUSANA.................................... GEE, HARTLAND J. ..................................... GEIB, LEROY M. .......................................... GEISS, JARRED ........................................... GELOWICZ, ERNIE D. ................................. GELOWICZ, RHONDA .................................. GESSNER, BRENT ....................................... GIBSON, MATTHEW J. ................................ GIBSON, SUSAN .......................................... GIILCK, LINDSEY.......................................... GILCHRIST, IAN G. ...................................... GIROUX, JASON M. ..................................... GLASER, DAVID FRANK .............................. GODFREY, TODD ......................................... GOERTZ, DAVID ROGER ............................. GOUDY, MYLES LYNDON ............................ GOWER, TARA L. ........................................ GRAY, DARREN ........................................... GRAY, RODERICK C. .................................. GRIFFITHS, RYAN L. ................................... GUSTIN, JOHN ............................................. HAGEL, THOMAS ......................................... HALL, JACQUELINE D. ................................ HALLETT, RAY F. ........................................ HALVORSON, CAROL .................................. HAMILTON, KENT......................................... HAMILTON, ROBERTA D. ............................ HANDFORD, LESLIE A. ............................... HANSEN, LORI-ANNE .................................. HARRIES, WILLIAM E. ................................. HARRISON, HARVEY ................................... HART, PATRICIA .......................................... HEISE, MARK ............................................... HEMBROFF, ROB M. ................................... HEPTING, HEATHER .................................... HERBERT, DAVID G. ................................... HERMANSON, BYRON E. ............................ HETHERINGTON, GLEN .............................. HEUCHERT, PAUL ....................................... HILL, DANIEL ................................................ HOEHN, MALCOLM J. ................................. HOFFARTH, MICHAEL A. ............................ HOGBERG, CANDACE ................................. HOOPER, WAYNE ........................................ HOPKIN, STUART......................................... HORSMAN, DEBBIE L. ................................ HOWLETT, DEBORAH L. ............................. HUBER, CORINNE J. ................................... HUBER, PATRICK H. ................................... HUSAK, WAYNE N. ...................................... HWANG, RAPHAEL ...................................... IONESCU, JOAN ........................................... IRVINE, RAYMOND ...................................... ISBISTER, ROBERT A. ................................ ISTACE, MERVIN L. ..................................... JAHANNIA, AFSHIN ...................................... JAYARAM, VINAY ......................................... JOHNSON, BLAINE J. .................................. JONES, DALE ............................................... JORVEN, STEVE F. ..................................... JUNEAU, BERNIE ......................................... KACHUR, CAREY-SHAYNE.......................... KACHUR, CHRISTOPHER M. ...................... KACHUR, DANA............................................ KENNEDY, HARLAN G. ............................... KINGSTON, DOUG I. ................................... KIRKHAM, STEVE B. ...................................

Central Services 76,871 91,499 133,830 78,716 51,963 94,873 83,330 92,062 98,241 107,520 53,286 64,786 52,034 68,621 73,628 73,902 62,286 52,048 56,969 106,091 99,689 74,546 80,826 89,475 52,159 54,675 58,443 81,747 85,380 93,253 71,711 55,816 67,937 113,212 123,448 54,652 106,629 52,043 89,046 92,912 93,705 99,288 59,005 61,362 58,300 76,780 58,189 75,143 74,769 75,206 74,947 105,670 69,187 57,589 71,787 69,495 68,780 52,031 59,990 83,157 80,275 62,390 121,722 107,657 57,422 64,891 64,718 60,645 76,585 54,214 74,844 50,227 99,195 122,199 51,254 89,072

KLEISINGER, JARED .................................... KNISLEY, DANIEL G. ................................... KOHUCH, ALEX E. ....................................... KOLISH, STEVEN R. .................................... KONDRATIUK, MURRAY W. ........................ KOSHMAN, NATHAN E. ............................... KOSIOR, STACEY ......................................... KOSMENKO, SCOTT A. ............................... KOTYK, BARRY P. ....................................... KOWALKO, DAVID J. ................................... KOWALSKI, DARRELL M. ............................ KOWALSKI, REG........................................... KOWULA, ROD S. ........................................ KOZIEL, COSETTE........................................ KRASSMAN, MONICA ................................... KSYNIUK, DAN .............................................. KULLMAN, BEVERLEY A. ............................ LABERGE, ANDRE MICHEL ......................... LABERGE, JON P. L. .................................... LAI, MARTIN .................................................. LAKIC, MILIJANA........................................... LAL, JAISHA K. ............................................. LANE, JOAN M. ............................................ LANG, LARRY G. .......................................... LANG, LOVERNE .......................................... LAUGHLIN, ALAN G. .................................... LEE, KING ..................................................... LEGRAND, TODD.......................................... LEIBEL, DARCY ............................................ LEITNER, GREGORY A. ............................... LI, TAYLOR.................................................... LIMACHER, INGRID ...................................... LITTLEMORE, RUSSELL............................... LIU, GARY ..................................................... LIU, SHENG................................................... LLOYD, NEIL G. ............................................ LOUDEN, MURRAY ....................................... LOY, SHAUNA ............................................... LOZINSKY, BURT .......................................... LUKASHOV, ALEXANDER ............................ LUMB, PATRICK............................................ LUO, FENG.................................................... LUSK, GREGORY W. ................................... LUZNY, LANA ................................................ MA, WENFEI .................................................. MACCALLUM, MARNIE ................................. MACDONALD, BILL W. C. ............................ MACDOUGALL, JASON M. .......................... MACKENZIE, GRANT .................................... MACQUARRIE, SCOTT ALLAN ..................... MAGUIRE, BILL M. ....................................... MARCKOSKI, STEVE M. .............................. MAREDIA, IMRANALI .................................... MARKEL, RAYE A. ....................................... MARTIN, RON ............................................... MARTIN, SHELLEY A. .................................. MARTINEAU, CHARLES B. .......................... MASSOUD, IBRAHIM .................................... MATERI, TAMMY LEE ................................... MATT, AUDREY ............................................ MCADAM, SAM ............................................. MCCALL, JEREMY JAMES ........................... MCCALLUM, ROBERT E. ............................. MCCAULEY, WILLIAM E. ............................. MCCREA, SHERRY JAN ............................... MCDOWELL, JENNIFER ............................... MCGONIGAL, WAYNE .................................. MCGOUGH, TYLER B. ................................. MCKEAND, SCOTT T. .................................. MCKINNEY, RODNEY E. .............................. MCLEAN, NATHAN L. ................................... MCLEOD, HERBERT D. ............................... MEGCHUN, EDGAR ...................................... MEIER, ANTONIA L. ..................................... MERK, JONATHAN W. ................................. METZ, MARCEL G. .......................................

49 79,512 139,889 58,931 73,400 60,376 53,539 67,825 98,022 68,684 118,220 76,472 84,588 63,678 50,141 68,775 50,202 73,920 124,377 62,648 82,865 64,597 69,876 119,187 81,747 90,396 102,078 74,001 82,140 50,169 56,960 83,213 55,815 51,935 69,725 74,987 68,849 62,510 65,768 76,596 77,951 122,522 64,422 147,150 59,243 84,362 73,982 118,716 90,405 63,081 79,455 81,780 108,415 69,810 78,145 107,158 56,205 132,436 87,461 55,519 57,030 74,323 68,780 85,098 71,987 70,567 66,398 54,786 66,072 64,000 70,969 102,497 95,816 69,322 69,396 69,398 75,484

50 METZ, TREVOR ............................................ MEYER, AARON B. ...................................... MEYER, TRENT A ........................................ MILETTE, ARETI ........................................... MILLEKER, DWIGHT E. J. ........................... MILLER, LYLE............................................... MILLS, DERRICK D. .................................... MITCHELL, GLYNN PATRICK ...................... MOCK, JAMES D. ........................................ MOFFAT, DARRELL ..................................... MOLDOWAN, KATHERINE ........................... MOLTER, GERALD J. .................................. MOONEY, DARRELL D. ............................... MOONEY, TERRY ........................................ MOORE, JASON M. T. ................................. MOORE, SCOTT S. L. .................................. MORGAN, RANDY K. ................................... MORHART, DAVE......................................... MOULTON, GAIL E. ..................................... MULLEN, ALLEN D. ..................................... MUNRO, JEANNIE ........................................ MURRAY, KATHLEEN P. ............................. MURRAY, RICHARD J. ................................ MUSCOBY, DONALD.................................... MUSK, DARCY G. ........................................ MYSIOREK, MIROSLAW .............................. NAHIRNEY, DAN .......................................... NEUFELD, KELLY J. .................................... NEWTON, ARTHUR...................................... NGUYEN, TUYEN T. N. ............................... NIGHTINGALE, TYLER ................................. NIKISH, ALLAN T. ........................................ NORTON, RYAN J. ...................................... OBRIGEWITSCH, WAYNE D. ...................... OLESON, CHRISTOPHER ............................ OLSON, ARNELL .......................................... OLSON, RAYMOND...................................... OLSON, STEPHEN ....................................... OLSON, TENNILLE ....................................... OO, JENNIFER LEE ...................................... ORBAN, TERRY............................................ OSYPENKO, VALERIY ................................. OYSTRICK, BOBBIE-JO R ............................ PANDEY, SANJEEB ..................................... PARK, RYAN................................................. PARNELL, CLAUDIA ..................................... PAUL, WANDA .............................................. PAULIUK, RICHARD C. J. ............................ PAWLIUK, ROBERT K. ................................ PEARCE, CURTIS W. .................................. PEARSON, DUANE ...................................... PELLETIER, SHANE ..................................... PERRAS (SAUER), LUCILLE M .................... PETERSON, MARGARET............................. PETROWSKI, MICHAEL ............................... PHIPPS, ROBERT L. .................................... PICHULA, KENNETH .................................... PICHULA, TRACY ......................................... PITTET, ALYSSA .......................................... POITRAS, TODD........................................... POLAN, VOLKER A. .................................... PORTER, LOREEN ....................................... POTTER, JODY D. ....................................... POTTER, MICHAEL ...................................... PRATT, DALE H. ........................................... PRINCE, JESSE............................................ PSUTKA, MARK ............................................ QI, IRIS I. ..................................................... QUACH, HO .................................................. QUON, GINA L. ............................................ RAAF, TARA ................................................. RADIGAN, PAUL ........................................... RAM, TANYA ................................................ READ, TERRY D. ......................................... REAVLEY, SHANNON D. ............................. REEVES, SCOTT ..........................................

Central Services 65,857 57,775 74,985 52,265 136,742 66,866 72,025 121,722 87,629 54,185 69,716 97,234 55,001 68,729 106,714 59,386 53,555 56,270 82,056 148,050 50,366 97,234 192,391 70,717 59,883 52,514 78,072 62,392 81,057 66,588 97,729 50,162 77,042 50,234 161,603 55,840 74,980 58,686 54,583 66,778 93,625 85,020 53,416 97,864 106,102 59,468 71,558 68,775 75,242 57,128 56,825 57,044 127,358 80,794 86,998 82,007 57,225 51,627 62,095 67,815 74,980 121,722 68,940 62,858 73,088 52,011 77,425 74,985 74,929 68,761 51,526 121,722 75,787 53,704 89,115 74,508

Public Accounts, 2014-15

REGEL, JARED C. ........................................ REID, KEITH.................................................. REID, MAUREEN H. ..................................... REIGERT, ALBERT D. .................................. REIN, BRUCE H. .......................................... RENNEBERG, RYAN .................................... RENTON, D. ROSS ....................................... REVET, LEE .................................................. RICE, MALCOLM........................................... RICHARD, JAMES ......................................... RIDER, MICHELE S. ..................................... RODMAN, CHRISTINA A. ............................. RODRIGUE, DENIS P. ................................. ROSNES, KENNETH ..................................... ROSOM, ARDON .......................................... ROTHENBURGER, LOUIS DALE .................. ROUATT, EDWARD ...................................... ROUSSEAU, MICHELE ................................. ROY, LEONARD ............................................ RUDOLPH, DARRELL ................................... RYHORSKI, COREY D. ................................ SALUK, DON ................................................. SANKEY, DANNY .......................................... SASS, LEONARD JOHN................................ SAUNDERS, MICHAEL C. ............................ SAWATZKY, TIMOTHY ................................. SCHILL, BRENT S. ....................................... SCHMIDT, BONNIE ....................................... SCHMIDT, DAVID.......................................... SCHROH, DALE ............................................ SCHULTZ, JEANINE L ................................. SCHULZ, JODI L. ......................................... SCHUURMANS, FRANK ............................... SCOTT, PERRY ............................................ SEABORG, GARRY A. ................................. SEBASTIAN, JOYCE L ................................. SEKERAK, DEREK K. .................................. SELINGER, DONNA ...................................... SENFT, MARK ............................................... SENGMANY, REBECCA ............................... SERVISS, JASON ......................................... SEXTON, CATHERINE E. ............................ SHARMA, VASANT ....................................... SHAW, BRIAN M. ......................................... SHAW, JAMES E. ......................................... SHEPHERD, NICOLE D. .............................. SHIRKEY, CHARLES .................................... SHOULAK, SUSAN A. .................................. SICH, VIVIENNE M. ...................................... SIDHU, SARWAN S. ..................................... SIEBERT, SARAH A. .................................... SIEVERT, BLAINE ......................................... SILVIUS, DELEE ........................................... SILZER, DELAYNE A. .................................. SIMPSON, C. SCOTT .................................... SITTER, PAUL A. ......................................... SIVAYOGANATHAN, SIVAKUMARAN .......... SKULSKI, DALLAS ........................................ SLATER, KERRY........................................... SLATER, TIA ................................................. SLOBODIAN, JASON .................................... SMITH, BLAIR A. .......................................... SMITH, MITCHEL J. ..................................... SMITH, SHAUN D. ........................................ SMITH, TROY ................................................ ST. ONGE, CANDICE .................................... STACYSZYN, VALERIE A. ........................... STAFIEVSKY, GALINA .................................. STARUIALA, GREG....................................... STATLER, STACEY....................................... STECHYSHYN, RONALD .............................. STEEN, TERRI .............................................. STEEVES, DOUGLAS J. .............................. STEFFAN, AUDREY M. ................................ STEFFENSEN, RYAN E. .............................. STEINER, EVAN............................................

51,780 56,087 54,159 56,581 68,611 71,527 54,263 75,018 54,437 67,580 62,352 71,865 55,647 74,555 145,760 83,921 67,190 120,843 83,907 92,674 76,066 61,211 91,650 61,774 65,016 78,436 66,895 145,894 63,790 60,219 58,089 58,698 79,090 83,524 63,946 86,922 58,004 64,788 74,985 118,745 98,125 108,692 91,650 69,134 50,008 51,334 58,357 80,971 88,878 62,279 77,172 61,590 63,537 65,034 75,599 79,530 78,559 64,678 67,650 50,222 73,927 69,522 60,125 93,151 116,426 87,093 117,008 94,712 72,271 58,539 59,695 73,455 76,579 126,558 75,358 84,660

Public Accounts, 2014-15 STELTER-NOBLE, KATHLEEN C. ............... STENKO, NICOLE A. M. .............................. STEVENS, DALTON ..................................... STONE, KENNETH ....................................... STORDY, JOHN F. ....................................... STOROZUK, BILL ......................................... SUMNERS, W. SCOTT ................................. SWAYZE, NORMAN J. D. ............................. SWEET, JEFF D. .......................................... TASZLIKOWICZ, BILL ................................... TATLOW, LORIE A. ...................................... THACYK, LISA .............................................. THIELE, JAMIE J. ......................................... THILEEPAN, GOMATHY ............................... THOMPSON, JAMES .................................... TIAN, JOHN................................................... TKACHUK, JERRY ........................................ TOCHOR, JEFF............................................. TORGUNRUD, DALLAS C. .......................... TOTH, DARRELL .......................................... TOTH, STEVE A. .......................................... TRESSEL, LORNA J. ................................... TROWSDALE, WILLIAM ............................... TRUONG, TRINH K. ..................................... TUAZON, ROMEL C. .................................... TUER, DONNA .............................................. TURNER, KEVIN P. ...................................... VANY, GLENN A. ......................................... VICKERS, CHAD ........................................... WALTER, BLAIN K. ...................................... WARD, RALPH.............................................. WEISGERBER, GARTH T. ........................... WELDER, DEREK ......................................... WESSEL, TREVOR K. .................................. WHITEHEAD, DARREN ................................ WIEBE, GRANT............................................. WIEBE, MATTHEW L. .................................. WILCOCKS, DEAN........................................ WILKE, ALLAN ROBERT .............................. WILLIAMS, CINDY ........................................ WILLIAMS, DAVID R. ................................... WILLIAMS, PAMELA ..................................... WILLIAMSON, SHARON ............................... WILSON, DAVID ALLAN ............................... WILSON, JOHN A. ....................................... WILSON, LINDA M. ...................................... WIONZEK, ALLAN H. ................................... WISTE, DUANE ............................................. WOLFRAM, RAYMOND L. ........................... WOYTOWICH, LARRY .................................. WU, JOE K. C. .............................................. WU, SUSANA ................................................ YAHOLNITSKY, VAL ..................................... ZANACIC, ENISA .......................................... ZAPORZAN, JENNIFER ................................ ZARYSKI, SANDRA E. ................................. ZELOWSKY, DARRELL ................................ ZERR, TOM ................................................... ZIMMER, CHRIS ........................................... ZIMMER, VICTOR JOSEPH .......................... ZINN, ROBYN L. ........................................... ZORN, CRYSTAL L. ..................................... ZORN, DAVID ............................................... ZVER, JOANNA L. ........................................

Central Services 101,777 55,872 72,669 59,459 109,890 53,261 97,086 77,483 85,616 70,664 85,135 56,025 111,607 76,313 134,070 60,551 53,604 78,853 77,090 100,355 67,082 52,043 81,815 77,435 69,963 72,113 89,115 50,248 132,408 99,663 56,701 65,215 91,219 70,118 92,450 57,263 55,071 56,432 66,343 53,118 54,475 56,616 69,269 91,650 78,194 123,392 61,941 127,358 83,810 68,780 96,438 73,468 76,804 58,225 65,063 68,775 66,906 81,961 64,895 75,650 51,253 118,935 68,678 59,826

Allowances for Members with Additional Duties CAMPEAU, JENNIFER L. ............................. $ HEPPNER, NANCY J. ..................................

39,591 8,616

51

Transfers Listed, by program, are transfers to recipients who received $50,000 or more.

Property Management (CS02) Operations and Maintenance of Property LEGISLATIVE FOOD SERVICE.....................$

50,000

Transportation and Other Services (CS05) Saskatchewan Archives Board SASKATCHEWAN ARCHIVES BOARD .........$

4,401,000

Goods and Services Minister's Travel CAMPEAU, JENNIFER ..................................$ HEPPNER, NANCY .......................................

7,309 547

Goods and Services Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for the provision of goods and services, including travel, office supplies, communications, contracts, and equipment. 01 MILLENNIUM CONSULTING INC. ...........$ 101033329 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ............. 101049086 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ............. 101094353 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ............. 101135626 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ............. 101189551 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ............. 101194815 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ............. 1396191 ALBERTA INC. ............................... 1572880 ONTARIO LTD. .............................. 1621 ALBERT STREET DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION......................................... 1942 HAMILTON STREET PROPERTIES LTD. .................................. 2ND AVE TIRE & CAR WASH ....................... 590577 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ................... 592791 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ................... 625706 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ................... ACME WELDING SHOP LTD. ....................... ACRODEX INC. ............................................ ACTIVE NETWORK LTD. ............................. ADA ARCHITECTURE INC. .......................... ALFA ENGINEERING LTD. ........................... ALL-PRO ENVIRONMENTAL CONTRACTING LTD. ............................... ALLIANCE ENERGY LTD. ............................ AMEC FOSTER WHEELER ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE .................................. AMERESCO CANADA INC. .......................... AMETHYST CAPITAL LTD. .......................... ARC BUSINESS SOLUTIONS INC. ..............

291,009 178,695 1,259,005 311,315 360,140 318,047 82,488 81,204 67,634 812,287 1,000,008 130,367 325,102 70,522 269,329 57,106 1,311,221 952,896 116,187 78,584 269,528 2,650,507 228,819 428,310 64,702 260,318

52 ARCHITECTURAL CONSERVATION ALLIANCE ................................................. ASNET TECHNOLOGIES INC. .................... ASSOCIATED ENGINEERING (SASK) LTD. ......................................................... AUGUST PROFESSIONAL GROUP INC. . ... AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE LTD. ................ AVION SERVICES CORP. ........................... BARBER MOTORS (1963) LTD. .................. BATTLEFORDS & DISTRICT CO-OPERATIVES LTD. ............................ BEAVER RIVER COMMUNITY FUTURES DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ............ BERSCH & ASSOCIATES LTD. ................... BETCHAR HOLDINGS LTD. ........................ BETTSCHEN, EDWARD ............................... BIGHORN CONSTRUCTION (2005) LTD. ......................................................... BLACK & MCDONALD LTD. ........................ BLACKBOARD INC. ..................................... BLUE WATER ENTERPRISES ..................... BMO PURCHASE CARDS-CENTRAL SERVICES ................................................ BMO PURCHASE CARDS-HIGHWAYS & INFRASTRUCTURE .................................. BMTR VENTURES LTD. .............................. BUCKWOLD PROPERTIES .......................... BUSINESS SYSTEMS CONSULTING INC. .......................................................... BV02 INC. .................................................... C & E MECHANICAL INC. ............................ C & S BUILDERS LTD. ................................. CANADA POST CORPORATION.................. CAPITAL FORD LINCOLN INC. ................... CARMONT CONSTRUCTION LTD. ............. CCD WESTERN LIMITED ............................. CCR CONSTRUCTION LTD. ....................... CDW CANADA INC. ..................................... CGI INFORMATION SYSTEMS & MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS INC. ..... CHEVIN FLEET SOLUTIONS, LLC ............... CHOICE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY LTD. ......... CHRISTIE MECHANICAL LIMITED ............... CHUBB EDWARDS....................................... CITE360 STUDIO ARCHITECTURE PLANNING & INTERIORS......................... CITRIX SYSTEMS INC. ................................ CITY CENTRE MALL .................................... CITY WIDE PAVING ..................................... CLARK ROOFING (1964) LTD. .................... CMS INDUSTRIES LTD. .............................. COLLIERS MCCLOCKLIN REAL ESTATE CORP. ....................................... COMMISSIONAIRES SASKATCHEWAN ...... COMPUGEN INC. ........................................ CONCEPT PLUS ARCHITECTURE AND ENGINEERING INC. ................................ CONDUIT SOFTWARE TECHNOLOGIES INC. .......................................................... CONEXUS PLAZA ........................................ CRESTVIEW CHRYSLER DODGE JEEP ..... CRESTVIEW ROOFING LTD. ...................... CROWN INVESTMENTS CORPORATION OF SASKATCHEWAN............................... CUMBERLAND COLLEGE ............................ CURTIS CONSTRUCTION LTD. .................. DANIELS WINGERAK ENGINEERING LTD. ......................................................... DANNYS MECHANICAL INC. ...................... DE LINT & EDWARDS ARCHITECTS ........... DEIGHTON ASSOCIATES LTD. .................. DELL CANADA INC. .................................... DERRICK PLAZA .......................................... DEVFACTO, TECHNOLOGIES INC. ............ DIONA TECHNOLOGIES CANADA INC. ..... DPOC NEOPOST CANADA LIMITED ...........

Central Services 561,544 125,880 61,471 94,205 210,230 144,956 64,126 125,259 191,145 67,229 1,282,633 58,540 355,273 299,923 158,994 120,779 8,509,665 1,087,131 89,192 787,636 2,133,430 892,490 65,072 493,445 4,866,619 80,822 1,197,294 315,581 758,277 92,238 3,189,311 93,336 235,520 57,336 81,386 123,495 73,558 53,149 70,400 221,960 119,376 816,188 3,329,167 1,392,733 170,454 339,703 1,936,572 114,983 227,141 78,448 52,173 227,196 116,788 616,092 70,054 58,625 3,711,117 134,058 193,621 211,716 3,482,957

Public Accounts, 2014-15

DREAM OFFICE MANAGEMENT (SASK) CORP. ...................................................... DRIVEN AUTOMOTIVE ................................. DROBOT MANAGEMENT LTD. .................... DUCHUCK HOLDINGS LTD. ........................ DUNCAN ROOFING LTD. ............................ DUNDEE INDUSTRIAL LIMITED PARTNERSHIP ......................................... EAGLE CREEK MOTOR PRODUCTS LTD. .......................................................... EAGLE PROFESSIONAL RESOURCES INC. .......................................................... EAST SIDE ESTATES INC. ........................... EECOL ELECTRIC CORP. ........................... ELECTRONIC FUNDS SOURCE LLC ........... ELITE INFORMATION SYSTEMS & CONSULTING INC. .................................. ELLIOTT AVIATION INC. .............................. EMBASSY CHURCH INC. ............................ ENERGY DOCTOR ....................................... ENERGY NAVIGATOR INC. ......................... ERGO GROUP .............................................. ESRI CANADA LIMITED ................................ ESTI CONSULTING SERVICES .................... EXECUTIVE FLIGHT CENTRE FUEL SERVICES LTD. ....................................... FCI ACCELERATED SOLUTIONS INC. ........ FEDERATED CO-OPERATIVES LIMITED .... FLIGHTSAFETY INTERNATIONAL ............... FLYNN CANADA LTD. .................................. FORT PITT DEVELOPMENTS INC. ............. FOUR K AUTO SERVICE LTD. .................... FRONTIER CONSULTING LTD. ................... FUJITSU CONSULTING (CANADA) INC. .......................................................... GABRIEL CONSTRUCTION LTD. ................ GADSBY TECHNOLOGIES INC. .................. GEVITY CONSULTING INC. ........................ GLASS MANOR............................................. GRAHAM CONSTRUCTION & ENGINEERING INC. ................................. GRAYSON & CO. ......................................... GUS'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE ................... H & H HOLDINGS.......................................... HARVARD DEVELOPMENTS INC. .............. HARVARD DEVELOPMENTS INC. & SASKPEN PROPERTIES LTD. ................. HAWK PROPERTIES INC. ........................... HBI OFFICE PLUS INC. ................................ HDL INVESTMENTS INC. & CANADA LIFE ASSURANCE CO. & SASKPEN PROPERTIES LTD. ................. HDL INVESTMENTS INC. & SASKPEN PROPERTIES LTD. .................................. HEWLETT-PACKARD (CANADA) CO. ......... HORIZANT INC. ........................................... HORIZON COMPUTER SOLUTIONS INC. ........................................................... HUDSON BAY, TOWN OF............................. HUNTINGDON CAPITAL CORP IN TRUST FOR HREIT HOLDINGS 50 CORP. ................................................. HVAC SERVICE ............................................ IBM CANADA LTD. ....................................... ICR COMMERCIAL PROPERTY MANAGEMENT ......................................... ICR COMMERCIAL REAL ESTATE ............... IMPERIAL PARKING CANADA CORP. ........ INFOR (US) INC. .......................................... INFORMATION SERVICES CORPORATION ........................................ INFRASOFTTECH CANADA LIMITED .......... INNOVATION PLACE .................................... INTELEX TECHNOLOGIES INC. .................. INTERGRAPH CANADA LTD. ...................... INVERNESS CONSULTING LTD. .................

8,807,178 58,813 101,096 207,518 1,047,693 87,803 156,452 518,824 68,692 194,723 9,817,799 279,988 178,457 92,270 288,182 56,000 54,442 591,509 112,749 84,387 2,147,650 275,566 332,408 61,512 118,522 97,358 143,525 4,572,209 1,855,769 82,250 251,181 1,388,494 2,635,660 410,000 111,178 93,008 195,349 2,012,758 230,027 136,424 2,707,880 1,778,220 593,251 347,240 125,375 91,313 1,021,555 55,649 27,138,494 330,842 504,395 153,324 77,341 565,030 131,481 3,409,396 135,621 466,876 645,711

Public Accounts, 2014-15 IREDALE GROUP ARCHITECTURE ............. ITC INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY CONSULTANTS LTD. .............................. J.C. KENYON ENGINEERING INC. .............. J.L. DEPEEL ROOFING & CONTRACTING LTD. ............................... JOHNSON CONTROLS ................................ JONES LANG LASALLE AMERICAS INC. .......................................................... JOURNAL TECHNOLOGIES INC. ................ K & K CONSTRUCTION ................................ K W BUILDERS LTD. ................................... KAL TIRE ...................................................... KAP CITY CONSTRUCTION LTD. ............... KAP'S CONSTRUCTION LTD. ..................... KGS GROUP ................................................. KIM CONSTRUCTORS LTD. ........................ KNIGHT WEYBURN DODGE CHRYSLER JEEP RAM................................................. KOFAX, INC. ................................................ KOMAX ENTERPRISES INC. ....................... KONE INC. ................................................... KONI AMERI TECH SERVICES (CANADA) INC. ........................................ KPMG LLP..................................................... KREATE ARCHITECTURE & DESIGN LTD. .......................................................... KREOS AVIATION INC. ............................... KRESS ELECTRIC LTD. .............................. KRONOS ....................................................... KSI RESEARCH INTERNATIONAL INC. ...... LA RONGE, TOWN OF ................................. LAKESIDE AUTO SALES & SERVICE ENTERPRISES LTD. ................................ LEARNING BAR INC. ................................... LEEVILLE CONSTRUCTION LTD. ............... LEIDOS CANADA INC. ................................. LESMEISTER CONSTRUCTION LTD. ......... LIFEPORT INC. ............................................ LITE-WAY ELECTRIC LTD. .......................... LIVINGSTONE ENTERPRISES ..................... LOGAN STEVENS CONSTRUCTION (2000) LTD. .............................................. LORAAS DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD. ......... MACGIVER PINE AUTO CARE ..................... MACPHERSON ENGINEERING INC. .......... MACQUARIE EQUIPMENT FINANCE LTD. .......................................................... MACRO PROPERTIES ................................. MARATHON CONSTRUCTION (SASK) LTD. .......................................................... MARATHON HOLDINGS LTD. ..................... MARINER INNOVATIONS INC. .................... MARSH CANADA LIMITED ........................... MATRIX EQUITIES INC. .............................. MAURICE SOULODRE ARCHITECT LTD..... MAXIE'S EXCAVATING LTD. ....................... MCKINNONS PLUMBING & HEATING 1990 LTD. ................................................. MDM INVESTMENTS LTD 150682 ALBERTA LTD. ......................................... MEDIASMARTS ............................................ MELCHER MEDIA & DESIGN ....................... METAFORE TECHNOLOGIES INC. ............. MICRO FOCUS (CANADA) LTD. .................. MICROSOFT CANADA INC. ........................ MICROSOFT CORPORATION ...................... MICROSOFT LICENSING INC. .................... MID CITY ELECTRIC (1979) LTD. ................ MIDTOWN TRANSMISSION LTD. ................ MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF CENTRAL SERVICES ......................... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF FINANCE .............................................

Central Services 219,955 1,464,665 59,347 55,617 176,294 120,812 119,390 180,319 149,043 1,220,177 450,678 242,244 159,784 1,030,779 56,899 104,155 374,084 62,688 715,567 55,161 66,577 765,790 826,976 170,294 291,639 53,428 75,515 633,198 774,523 139,891 366,397 50,497 57,882 319,676 446,779 112,421 78,148 580,772 5,902,117 89,121 1,385,526 97,028 725,296 1,447,903 567,448 56,080 487,940 110,770 362,413 120,512 68,735 193,897 238,937 106,000 297,552 5,984,669 58,869 57,863 10,897,047 536,784

MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF HIGHWAYS & INFRASTRUCTURE .................................. MODIS ........................................................... MOOSE JAW, CITY OF ................................. MURRAY CHEVROLET OLDSMOBILE CADILLAC LIMITED................................... MURRAY DUNN MOTORS ............................ NAGY HOLDINGS LTD. ................................ NEOPOST LEASING SERVICES CANADA LTD. .......................................... NEWWEST ENTERPRISE PROPERTY GROUP (SASK) INC. ................................ NICHOLS INTERIORS LTD. ......................... NIS CONTRACTORS LTD. ........................... NORTH BATTLEFORD, CITY OF .................. NORTHERN STRANDS CO. LTD. ................ NORTHLAND CHRYSLER INC. .................... NORTHWAY JANITORIAL SERVICES LTD. .......................................................... NOTABLE MECHANICAL LTD. ..................... NPP HOLDINGS LTD. .................................. NUMBER TEN ARCHITECTURAL GROUP ... OBALLA ENTERPRISES LTD. ...................... OK TIRE & AUTO SERVICE .......................... ONPATH BUSINESS SOLUTIONS INC. ....... ORACLE CANADA ULC................................. OUTLOOK, TOWN OF ................................... OXFORD LIBERO CONSULTING LP ............ P.R. INVESTMENTS INC. ............................. P3 ARCHITECTURE PARTNERSHIP ............ PARADIGM CONSULTING GROUP INC. ..... PARAGON INVESTMENTS ........................... PARK STREET PROPERTIES....................... PARKWAY OFFICE HOLDINGS CORP. ....... PATTISON MGM ARCHITECTURAL SERVICES LTD. ....................................... PCL CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT INC. ........................................................... PEAK MECHANICAL PARTNERSHIP ........... PERFECT CHOICE AUTOBODY ................... PERRY'S AUTOMOTIVE ............................... PRAIRIE CENTRE CREDIT UNION ............... PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. PRAKASH CONSULTING LTD. .................... PREECEVILLE, TOWN OF ............................ PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS LLP .......... PRINCE ALBERT, CITY OF ........................... PRO CERTIFIED AUTO SERVICE ................ PROPERTY DEVELOPMENTS LTD. & A. K. HOLDINGS LTD. .............................. PSW ARCHITECTURE & INTERIOR DESIGN LTD. ............................................ PUROLATOR INC. ........................................ PWA ENGINEERING (2013) LTD. ................ RAND A TECHNOLOGY CORPORATION..... RAVEN BAY SERVICES ................................ RB PROPERTIES II INC. .............................. RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA PUBLIC WORKS & GOV'T SERVICES CANADA ................................. REFLEX ENTERPRISE SOLUTIONS GROUP INC. ............................................. REGAL FLOORING LTD. .............................. REGINA, CITY OF ......................................... RICK LESMEISTER HOLDINGS LTD. .......... RISPENS LANDSCAPING LTD. ................... RIVER NORTH CONSTRUCTION ' 86' LTD. .......................................................... RIVERSIDE DODGE CHRYSLER JEEP ........ RJ ENGLAND CONSULTING PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER LTD. .......... RMAN CONSULTING .................................... RMIS ROOF MANAGEMENT & INSPECTION SERVICES LTD. .................

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130,069 1,328,963 331,032 55,631 60,535 505,914 63,660 1,631,372 110,948 481,619 350,285 314,672 63,381 233,928 66,057 240,477 63,681 2,173,973 184,489 80,949 4,393,632 130,554 351,196 59,978 155,534 4,613,645 520,211 268,739 1,050,478 66,392 8,702,151 964,081 61,003 141,552 109,269 91,391 75,715 67,221 225,634 463,616 211,246 167,809 102,347 665,507 86,479 156,891 115,973 922,592 249,587 150,000 102,662 841,341 96,650 54,470 83,155 59,450 112,479 143,581 141,226

54 RNF VENTURES LTD. ................................. ROCOM MANAGEMENT LTD. ..................... ROYCEN DEVELOPMENT LTD. .................. S & U HOMES ............................................... SARGENT'S AUTO ELECTRIC LTD. ........... SASK WATER ............................................... SASKATCHEWAN GOVERNMENT INSURANCE ............................................. SASKATCHEWAN LIQUOR & GAMING AUTHORITY .............................................. SASKATOON, CITY OF ................................ SASKCON REPAIR SERVICES LTD. .......... SASKENERGY INCORPORATED ................ SASKPOWER CORPORATION .................... SASKTEL ...................................................... SCIQUEST CANADA HOLDINGS ULC ......... SCOTT CAMPBELL DODGE LTD. ............... SCOTT SMALL BUSINESS SYSTEMS SOLUTIONS .............................................. SECCURIS SOLUTIONS .............................. SECURITY RESOURCE GROUP INC. ........ SECURTEK MONITORING SOLUTIONS INC. .......................................................... SEMHAR CLEANING LTD. .......................... SEPW ARCHITECTURE INC. ...................... SHAUGHNESSY ELECTRIC INC. ................ SHELL CANADA PRODUCTS ...................... SIERRA SYSTEMS GROUP INC. ................ SILVERBIRCH NO. 19 OPERATIONS LTD. PARTNERSHIP ................................ SOLVERA SOLUTIONS ................................ SOUTH 20 DODGE CHRYSLER LTD. ......... SPEEDY GLASS ........................................... SPENCER R. HIGGINS ARCHITECT INCORPORATED...................................... STANDARD AERO LTD. .............................. STANDARD MOTORS .................................. STANTEC ARCHITECTURE LTD. ............... STANTEC CONSULTING LTD. .................... SWABZ SYSTEMS INCORPORATED .......... SWIFT CURRENT, CITY OF ......................... SYMMETRIX SYSTEMS INC. ...................... T. REX DISCOVERY CENTRE ..................... TEKSTROM LTD. ......................................... TEMPLE PROPERTIES LIMITED ................. THE OWNERS: CONDOMINIUM CORPORATION NO. 101100609 .............. THORPE BROTHERS LTD. ......................... THURSTON ENGINEERING SERVICES ...... THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR (CANADA) LIMITED .................................................... TKC TRUCKING AND PICKER SERVICE LTD. ......................................... TOEWS CONSULTING LTD. ....................... TRINITY EXCAVATING LTD. ....................... TSL MECHANICAL LTD. .............................. TUPPER'S CONSTRUCTION LTD. .............. UNIVERSITY OF BRITISH COLUMBIA ......... UNIVERSITY OF REGINA............................. VAN ALSTINE PROJECT MANAGEMENT INC. .......................................................... VANTIX SYSTEMS ....................................... VARIMAX INFORMATION SYSTEMS INC. .......................................................... VCM CONSTRUCTION LTD. ....................... VFA CANADA CORP. .................................. WALKER PROJECTS INC. .......................... WALTER'S INDUSTRIAL MECHANICAL LTD. ......................................................... WASCANA CENTRE AUTHORITY ............... WBM OFFICE SYSTEMS INC. ..................... WEBB'S OFFICE EQUIPMENT INC. ............ WESCO DISTRIBUTION CANADA LP .......... WEST CENTRAL DEVELOPMENTS LTD. ... WESTRIDGE CONSTRUCTION LTD. ........... WEYBURN MALL LTD. ................................

Central Services 1,653,856 310,104 84,062 3,613,303 694,573 74,132 5,000,370 318,471 2,559,161 160,400 4,559,075 8,033,805 6,818,488 51,489 78,729 155,100 329,150 1,643,594 186,891 86,384 165,667 74,071 1,365,885 1,348,762 507,977 4,410,922 63,586 145,007 1,181,286 72,310 83,449 78,678 461,340 192,697 284,191 65,516 200,000 101,025 60,111 404,210 1,535,387 52,407 340,128 71,471 223,994 117,298 59,000 56,952 90,018 163,999 341,092 511,356 208,940 323,505 84,887 110,035 143,508 117,696 2,516,962 60,417 309,637 140,623 171,152 407,477

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WHEATON CHEVROLET INC. ..................... WHITEROCK 2220 COLLEGE REGINA INC. .......................................................... WILHELM CONSTRUCTION SERVICES INC. .......................................................... WOLSELEY, TOWN OF ................................ WSP CANADA INC. ...................................... YELLOW QUILL HOLDINGS INC. ................ YORKTON DODGE ....................................... YOURLINK INC. ........................................... ZENFOCUS INC. .......................................... ZU.COM COMMUNICATIONS INC. ..............

120,801 348,310 225,485 300,000 160,561 747,251 175,331 194,367 64,174 163,800

Internal Recoveries Listed are internal recoveries from ministries of $50,000 or more for the provision of shared services. ADVOCATE FOR CHILDREN AND YOUTH ...................................................... $ CHIEF ELECTORAL OFFICER...................... INFORMATION & PRIVACY COMMISSIONER....................................... MINISTER OF FINANCE-LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OFFICE.................................. MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF ADVANCED EDUCATION ................... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE ................................... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF CENTRAL SERVICES ......................... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF ECONOMY .......................................... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF EDUCATION ........................................ MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT................................... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF EXECUTIVE COUNCIL ........................ MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF FINANCE ............................................. MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT RELATIONS............... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF HEALTH ............................................... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF HIGHWAYS & INFRASTRUCTURE .................................. MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF JUSTICE .............................................. MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF LABOUR RELATIONS & WORKPLACE SAFETY ............................. MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF PARKS, CULTURE & SPORT .............. MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF SOCIAL SERVICES ............................. MINISTER OF FINANCE-PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION ........................... OMBUDSMAN ...............................................

(329,855) (193,893) (188,239) (471,683) (6,468,888) (7,926,512) (12,064,758) (25,391,168) (15,227,458) (22,316,474) (2,920,151) (11,225,020) (6,448,367) (19,390,256) (23,861,379) (59,793,923) (2,883,026) (11,964,524) (38,736,702) (7,331,100) (203,717)

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Economy (Vote 023) The Ministry of the Economy works to advance economic growth and generate wealth and opportunity in Saskatchewan by aligning government’s primary economic, resource and labour market development programs. Economy is also responsible for immigration, northern development and includes funding for Tourism Saskatchewan. Economy’s core lines of business are to enhance economic growth and competiveness; to advance and regulate responsible resource development; and to develop, attract and retain a skilled workforce.

Central Management and Services (Subvote EC01) Objective To provide executive direction and centrally-managed services in the areas of finance, information management, communications and other operational services that include head office and program-based accommodations and capital improvements required for the delivery of the Ministry’s mandate. It oversees process review, including the Process Renewal and Infrastructure Management (PRIME) Project, to modernize and transform the Government’s oil and gas industry. It also supports the Surface Rights Arbitration Board. Program Delivery This program provides coordination and liaison support with various government agencies in delivering the processes that support the Ministry’s mandate. Support is provided in the areas of communications, financial, administrative, and information technology services.

Mineral, Land and Resource Policy (Subvote EC06) Objective To conduct economic research and identify, analyze and develop policies to encourage economic growth, and promote energy conservation and resource development. It designs and maintains tax structures for industrial, metallic minerals and coal to optimize revenues and ensure industry competitiveness. It works in partnership with business, communities, governments and other provincial agencies to develop and deliver policies and programs to enhance forest industry competitiveness, increase investment and facilitate value-added production in the forest sector. It also implements the mineral provisions of Treaty Land Entitlement and other Aboriginal land agreements and provides land policy support to provincial initiatives affecting mineral lands of the province. Program Delivery This program performs geological and mineralogical studies; maintains geoscientific databases including the sub-surface laboratory; promotes resource development through publications, meetings, displays and individual consultations; and assesses petroleum and mineral exploration results. It administers the Crown’s mineral rights for commodities such as gold, base metals, uranium, potash and diamonds and collects, processes and stores information related to mineral and oil and gas exploration and mineral production. In addition, it provides policy direction on energy and mineral pricing, taxation and tax incentives for the mineral sector, and issues related to energy development and conservation and advice on inter-provincial and federal-provincial initiatives and issues that may affect the non-renewable resource producing sectors of the provincial economy.

Petroleum and Natural Gas (Subvote EC05) Objective To develop and administer Crown royalty and freehold production tax structures to optimize revenues from the oil and gas industry, promote continued resource development, and manage the sale and administration of Crown oil and gas rights. It regulates the industry by establishing and enforcing conservation, public safety protection and environmental management standards. It also collects, validates, and distributes petroleum energy sector data to support core needs of the Ministry including regulatory compliance, revenue collection and resource management. Program Delivery This program manages the Crown’s petroleum and natural gas rights through bimonthly sales and the administration of various disposition types. This program also develops and implements Crown royalty and freehold production tax structures and incentive programs for crude oil and natural gas, including the development of regulations, to encourage crude oil and natural gas investments to be made in the Province while generating appropriate benefits for the Province. In addition, the program analyzes markets and prices for crude oil and natural gas, and develops economic and revenue forecasts to assist with government planning. Furthermore, it develops and enforces regulations to maximize resource recovery and conservation, and ensure minimal impact on the environment related to petroleum and natural gas development. The program licenses wells, facilities and pipelines to ensure compliance with safety and environmental standards and manages the environmental risk and long-term liability associated with oil and gas wells and related facilities through the Orphan Well Program. It also collects, processes, stores and disseminates information related to crude oil and natural gas exploration, development, production and marketing to assist in revenue collection and resource management. Finally, the program is responsible for the operation of the Oil and Gas Conservation Board. The Board is available to adjudicate industry disputes that cannot readily be resolved through the normal operation of the Ministry.

Revenue and Corporate Services (Subvote EC04) Objective To invoice, assess, collect and audit resource revenues, mineral rights taxes and various Ministry programs. It also works with federal and other governments on policy and program issues as well as provides leadership and support in the areas of information and privacy, internal audit and public service renewal. Program Delivery This program initiates invoicing for oil and gas royalties; implements and maintains appropriate collection and auditing programs for the province’s non-renewable resource industry, labour market programs and business programs of the Ministry as well as the internal audit function for the Ministry. In addition, it provides tax incentives for the mineral sector, and business programs to increase entrepreneurship and investment in small businesses. This program provides advice on interprovincial and federal-provincial initiatives and issues that may affect the non-renewable resource producing sectors of the provincial economy and is responsible for coordinating information and privacy policies and

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Economic Development (Subvote EC12) Objective To facilitate the growth and competitiveness of the mining, energy, manufacturing and life sciences/biomass sectors, including coordinating cross-government work on major economic development projects, investment attraction, and identification of issues and barriers to growth. It also provides support for regulatory modernization, competitive analysis, and increasing entrepreneurship, as well as manages First Nations, Métis and northern economic development, including facilitating business opportunities for these groups. The division builds strategic relationships with companies and industry associations, and undertakes strategic and aggressive promotional and sales efforts. Program Delivery This program works to increase growth and competiveness of key economic sectors. The division also co-ordinates cross-government work on major economic development projects and undertakes activities with other partners to attract investment through lead generation, building strategic relationships with companies and industry associations, and strategic and aggressive promotional and sales efforts.

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57 to jobs as well as providing income support for eligible participants in these programs. Partnerships with third party service providers ensure the availability of a range service for specialized needs such as career counseling, vocational assessments, employment supports and work placement opportunities. As well this program includes the Saskatchewan Immigrant Nominee Program and provides funding for settlement, credential recognition, and language training services for immigrants and refugees.

Performance and Strategic Initiatives (Subvote EC20) Objective To advance projects of strategic importance to provincial economic development. It leads the ministry’s efforts in planning and reporting, including regular economic performance updates. Given the growing influence of the Chinese economy and the strategic nature of commercial relationships with that nation, the division maintains resources dedicated to attracting investment from China. Program Delivery The program leads and assists with projects. It provides economic information to policy makers, and it leads and manages strategic planning processes for the Ministry. It promotes Saskatchewan among investors from the Greater China area.

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (Subvote EC17)

Objective To provide grant funding to Tourism Saskatchewan.

Objective To account for expenses and expense recoveries that do not require appropriation.

Program Delivery Tourism Saskatchewan promotes the province as a tourism destination by providing in-province and out-of-province marketing and visitor services. Tourism Saskatchewan assists industry to market and develop quality tourism products through cooperative marketing, education and training and event funding programs.

Program Delivery This program accounts for the estimated annual consumption of the Ministry’s capital assets. Amortization is calculated using the straight-line method based on the estimated useful service life of the asset. Amortization is a non-voted, non-cash expense.

Labour Market Development (Subvote EC13) Objective To foster the attraction, development and retention of a skilled and diverse workforce to meet the needs of a growing and innovative economy. This is achieved through investments in people, programs, and services aimed at developing an efficient labour market. Activities include leadership in labour market planning, support for apprenticeship, foundational skills and training for jobs, online and in person employment services, and training allowances for low income students in approved programs. It also programs and services related to the admission of new immigrants, and coordination of the settlement and integration of newcomers into the social and economic life of Saskatchewan. Program Delivery This program provides financial and program support to institutions, agencies and industry to help people prepare for, obtain and maintain employment. Funding supports the development, delivery and evaluation of programs such as Adult Basic Education, skills training, and apprenticeship training, work readiness programs and services that transition people from Employment Insurance and welfare

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Central Management and Services (EC01) Ministers' Salaries (Statutory)......................................................................... $ Executive Management.................................................................................. Central Services............................................................................................. Accommodation Services............................................................................... Surface Rights Board of Arbitration................................................................. Subvote Total

Salaries & Benefits

Capital Transfers

Operating Transfers

96 $ 987 2,607 ........ 120 3,810

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ 332 ........ ........ 332

Mineral, Land and Resource Policy (EC06) Operational Support........................................................................................ Lands and Mineral Tenure.............................................................................. Saskatchewan Geological Survey................................................................... Forestry Development.................................................................................... Remediation of Contaminated Sites................................................................ Subvote Total

1,479 1,467 3,452 532 ........ 6,930

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

23 ........ 95 ........ ........ 118

Petroleum and Natural Gas (EC05)...........................................

9,890

........

203

Revenue and Corporate Services (EC04) Operational Support........................................................................................ Small Business Loan Associations - Concessionary Allowance...................... Small Business Loan Associations - Loan Loss Provision............................... Ethanol Fuel Tax Rebate................................................................................ Renewable Diesel Program............................................................................ Subvote Total

3,625 ........ ........ ........ ........ 3,625

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ 236 ........ 8,000 1,662 9,898

Economic Development (EC12) Operational Support........................................................................................ Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership................................................. Subvote Total

4,153 ........ 4,153

........ ........ ........

Tourism Saskatchewan (EC14).................................................

........

Labour Market Development (EC13) Operational Support........................................................................................ Work Readiness - Youth and Adult Skills Training.......................................... Work Readiness - Adult Basic Education........................................................ Work Readiness - Employment Development................................................. Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission............... Employability Assistance for People with Disabilities...................................... Provincial Training Allowance......................................................................... Skills Training Benefits................................................................................... Apprenticeship Training Allowance................................................................. Immigration.................................................................................................... Subvote Total

14,664 ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 14,664

Goods and Services (1) ........ $ 273 11,412 9,214 23 20,922

Capital Asset Amortization

(thousands of dollars) Other Expenses

Internal Recoveries

Total

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

96 1,260 14,351 9,214 143 25,064

252 305 703 186 7,000 8,446

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

1,754 1,772 4,250 718 7,000 15,494

3,301

........

........

........

13,394

353 ........ ........ ........ ........ 353

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ 478 ........ ........ 478

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

3,978 236 478 8,000 1,662 14,354

1,738 3,386 5,124

2,830 ........ 2,830

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

8,721 3,386 12,107

........

16,172

........

........

........

........

16,172

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

40 19,217 24,367 25,205 22,226 11,018 28,137 5,010 3,182 6,778 145,180

2,598 4 ........ 170 ........ ........ 3 2 ........ 120 2,897

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 985 147 ........ ........ 1,132

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

17,302 19,221 24,367 25,375 22,226 11,018 29,125 5,159 3,182 6,898 163,873

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Performance and Strategic Initiatives (EC20).........................

875

........

........

186

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (EC17) Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.......................................... Amortization - Machinery and Equipment........................................................ Amortization - Office and Information Technology........................................... Subvote Total

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

Total

$

(1) Includes communication expense of $2,127 and travel expense of $1,889.

43,947 $

........ $

177,027 $

38,935 $

........

271 111 2,763 3,145 3,145 $

........

........

1,061

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

271 111 2,763 3,145

1,610 $

........ $

264,664

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Salaries and Benefits Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for salaries, wages, honorariums, etc. and for pension and public sector benefits. Salaries ABBOTT, CHERYL ANN ............................... $ ADAMS, CHAD ............................................. ALBERT, DENISE ......................................... AMADI, KELECHI K. .................................... ANDERSON, CARL ERIC ............................. ANDERSON, RHONDA D. ........................... ARBUTHNOT, EILEEN M. ............................ ARMSTRONG, KELLY J. ............................. ARNOLD, JERRY G. .................................... ASCENCIO, YESSICA G. ............................. ASHTON, KENNETH E ................................. BAKER, CAMERON F. ................................. BALFOUR, MICHAEL .................................... BARANISKI, BRENDA M. ............................. BARKMAN, VIVIAN ....................................... BARON, DANIEL C. ..................................... BAUER, PATRICIA........................................ BAUMGARTNER, ANTHONY C. .................. BAX, CYNTHIA ............................................. BAYDA, JACOB M. ...................................... BEATON, ANDREW ...................................... BEAULAC, ANGELE ..................................... BECKMAN, LORRAINE JEAN....................... BENJAMIN, LINDA ........................................ BERENYI, JASON ......................................... BHASIN, NEERU........................................... BHASIN, YASH PAL...................................... BISSON, TAMARA ........................................ BLACKLOCK, TONY K. ................................ BLACKWOOD-WEDEL, MARDELL ............... BLAIS, CHAR ................................................ BOCZULAK, DAVID ...................................... BOECHLER, DON ......................................... BOESCH, MAUREEN.................................... BOHACH, DONNA M. .................................. BOLAN, CURTIS J. ...................................... BOSMAN, SEAN ........................................... BOURGOIN, RICHELLE D. .......................... BRASS, ROXANNE ....................................... BRAY, MARITA ............................................. BRECHT, KIRK J. ......................................... BREWSTER, ROSE M. ................................ BRISBOURNE, TERRY ................................. BRISTOL, PAMELA....................................... BROOKES, MEG A. ..................................... BROWN, JUDY ............................................. BUNZENMEYER, KAREN ............................. BURNETT, JOANNE ..................................... CADERMA, LARRY....................................... CAMPBELL, KENT ........................................ CARD, COLIN D. .......................................... CARDOSO, REYNALDO A. S. ..................... CARLSON, MEGAN ...................................... CARMICHAEL, NANCY ANNE ...................... CARSON, JOSEPH H. ................................. CAWSEY, SANDY......................................... CELIS, WASHINGTON.................................. CHAMPAGNE, BRADLEY JAMES ................ CHAN, CHIU-PING........................................ CHAN, RAYMOND ........................................ CHEETHAM-EINSIEDLER, JUDY L. ............ CHEN, JEAN ................................................. CHOI, JONG HO ........................................... CLARK, DUSTIN ........................................... CLARK, KAREN ............................................ COCHRANE, SARAH S. ..............................

54,070 61,692 60,703 75,966 78,783 50,952 55,869 53,204 91,650 58,289 120,700 107,731 121,722 52,044 50,247 110,730 110,730 143,506 52,043 75,296 63,148 90,669 112,446 58,903 115,170 52,047 73,692 50,269 106,960 78,882 60,701 94,407 89,636 54,139 60,701 60,906 120,581 90,528 52,476 67,616 85,231 61,016 81,326 117,882 78,330 60,701 60,701 78,364 97,765 118,929 114,750 73,665 74,970 60,706 121,722 59,382 114,750 80,800 60,706 102,187 60,707 79,709 59,472 60,293 54,053 52,253

Public Accounts, 2014-15 COLERIDGE, TOM ........................................ CONACHER, GAVIN ..................................... CONNELL, LANCE ........................................ COOKE, NEIL ................................................ COOLICAN, JEFF.......................................... COOPER, BLAINE ......................................... COOPER, SHARON M. ................................ COTE, MELISSA ........................................... COULTHARD, WILLIAM JAMES ................... CROWLE, LAURIE ........................................ CUDMORE, BRIGITTE .................................. CUNNINGHAM, KEITH EDWARD ................. CYR, MARLENE C. ....................................... DANCSOK, EDWARD ................................... DAVIES, TRACY............................................ DAVIS, MELANIE T. ..................................... DAWE, DEBBIE ............................................. DECK, DONNA .............................................. DECKER, CAROL-ANN ................................. DEGLAU, BEVERLY ...................................... DEKKER, CHRIS M. ..................................... DELANEY, GARY .......................................... DEOBALD, RHETT A. ................................... DESJARLAIS, KEVIN M. ............................... DESJARLAIS, KIM......................................... DETHARET, MICHEL R. ............................... DIAMOND, NICK ........................................... DIDOWYCZ, MARY LORRAINE .................... DIELSCHNEIDER, ANDREA KIM .................. DIES, KATELYN E. ....................................... DILLING, BRYAN........................................... DITABLAN, ANNA S. .................................... DITSON, DON ............................................... DOBROWOLSKI, JANICE C. ........................ DOLTER, ALISON E. .................................... DOLTER, RONALD WILFRED ....................... DOMINIQUE, CANDY A. ............................... DONALD, KIMBERLY ANN............................ DONISON, JOANNE ...................................... DOROSH, GAYLENE .................................... DOU, TONY ................................................... DRAPER FORSYTHE, JENNIFER D. ........... DUKART, TIA ................................................ DUMBA, SHANNON ...................................... EASTERBY, CHAD C. .................................. EBERLE, JACKY ........................................... EDEN, GLENDA ............................................ EGBOKA, CHUKWUKA I. ............................. EKLUND, BARBARA L. ................................. EPP, LOISE G. ............................................. ERICKSON, SHARON ................................... ERICSON, GARY M. J. ................................. FALKENSTEIN, BRENDA .............................. FAVEL, DONNY R. ....................................... FECYK, RHONDA ......................................... FENG, TINGTING .......................................... FERGUSON, MICHAEL DON ........................ FERNER, RITA .............................................. FICHTER, CHERYL L. .................................. FINK, MICHAEL N. ....................................... FINK, RODERICH WILFRED ......................... FISOWICH, BETTY........................................ FLEGEL, DANETTE....................................... FLYNN, RHONDA.......................................... FOLLETT, JENNIFER M. .............................. FOSTER, TANYA D. ..................................... FOWLER, GINA M. ....................................... FRIESEN, DERREL L. .................................. FRUHSTUK, KEVIN ....................................... GANNE, PRESTON ....................................... GARDINER, HEATHER ................................. GARDNER, IAN V. ........................................ GAUCHER, KAREN ....................................... GEJDOS, DYLAN M. .................................... GEORGES, BERTHA .................................... GERING, SUSAN ..........................................

104,637 58,908 92,033 118,590 94,974 97,791 59,478 91,462 102,372 107,178 60,701 60,844 60,701 163,866 98,528 72,848 60,701 65,040 94,411 121,722 216,834 147,138 94,554 55,410 52,043 133,818 110,432 124,332 60,701 52,108 108,204 78,069 89,620 60,962 74,040 104,013 94,974 50,143 60,701 52,043 62,243 56,215 52,627 82,125 84,153 60,706 100,758 77,076 55,911 60,701 87,320 162,005 66,778 55,976 83,176 56,003 133,818 55,731 68,689 60,276 98,313 93,599 105,545 54,762 53,183 51,159 51,740 81,500 93,210 58,945 60,701 56,690 57,020 79,703 73,139 60,701

Public Accounts, 2014-15 GHOURI, MUHAMMAD WAQAS ................... GODIN, MARC .............................................. GOERTZ, LAINE M. ..................................... GOOD, KAREN ............................................. GOODWIN, LEAH CAROLINE ...................... GOSSELIN, PETER ...................................... GOVOR, ALEXANDRA .................................. GRELLA, MICHELE D. ................................. GRILL, CAROL .............................................. GROENEWOLD, GERDA .............................. HAAS, DENISE ............................................. HAIDL, FRANCES ......................................... HALAYKA, MICHAEL .................................... HALBERT, REGAN BRITTANY ..................... HAN, TODD H. ............................................. HAN, YANYAN .............................................. HANSON, MICHELLE A. .............................. HATFIELD, RUTH ......................................... HAVANKA, BRENDA L. ................................ HAWMAN, SHIRLEY ..................................... HEAPY, ERNEST G. J. ................................. HEARN, CATHLEEN A. ................................ HEDLEY, VALERIE J. ................................... HEIN, SHANNON .......................................... HELFRICH, TIM D. ....................................... HELMS, ROBERT ......................................... HENDERSON, MARGARET M. .................... HEPP, KEN ................................................... HEUCK, PATRICIA A. .................................. HILL, MARCY D. ........................................... HILL, PETER D. ............................................ HLADUN, CHARLOTTE K. ........................... HODEL, LYNN M. ......................................... HOEDEL, TYSON L. ..................................... HOGARTH, KIRK B. ..................................... HOLLAND, GERRY R. .................................. HOLM, EMI A. .............................................. HORACKI, LORELEI ..................................... HORNUNG, CLAIRE L. ................................ HOWORKO, DOUG....................................... HUBER, JENNIFER J. K. .............................. HUGHES, CORY R. ..................................... HYSUIK, BRENDAN W. L. ............................ ILIC, LIDIJA ................................................... IM, JANET SIRHEE ....................................... ISLAM, TANVEER M. D. ............................... ISTACE, DANA M. ........................................ JACKIW, LINDSAY ........................................ JACKSON, ROBERT ..................................... JENSEN, GAVIN ........................................... JOEL, M. JAN ................................................ JOHANSEN, ERIC......................................... JOHNSON, JOANNE MARIE......................... JOHNSON, JULIEN L. H. ............................. JOHNSON, KATHY E .................................... JONES, MICHELLE ....................................... JORDAN, MARY............................................ JUMA ANDERSON, MARIAM S. .................. KANGETHE, NANCY..................................... KARWANDY, JEREMY.................................. KE, XIANKUN ................................................ KEATING, KATHLEEN .................................. KEHRIG, RONALD M. .................................. KENT, SHELLEY ........................................... KIMBER, LINTON .......................................... KING, RANDALL GEORGE ........................... KINGWELL, KIM G. ...................................... KIRBY, JAMES .............................................. KIVERAGO, SUSAN...................................... KLINGELHOFER, MARVIN ........................... KNIBBS-GOSKI, NANCY ............................... KNOBEL, RENEE .......................................... KNOX, BERNADETTE................................... KOBSAR, JUDY E. ....................................... KOHLRUSS, DANIEL J. ............................... KOT, JANICE ................................................

Economy 77,865 80,048 56,876 65,612 85,019 121,722 53,968 79,322 52,043 60,886 197,658 114,750 100,680 54,567 133,830 61,502 129,366 54,019 60,701 60,701 141,867 79,371 60,706 61,513 98,223 64,652 60,701 97,247 60,789 69,282 82,794 52,047 54,448 81,936 124,381 119,853 80,649 64,165 75,966 121,722 76,407 127,350 86,409 60,677 61,491 66,398 83,356 94,575 50,966 114,750 122,199 121,722 134,730 75,966 60,703 54,766 53,495 73,094 71,703 85,770 92,336 63,090 109,231 52,045 94,051 65,007 72,808 70,990 60,086 93,566 52,043 60,701 119,323 51,134 109,743 132,460

61 KOWAL, KENNETH M. ................................. KOZAK, CHARENE........................................ KRAHN, DONNA............................................ KRASKO, JACKIE .......................................... KRYWULAK, KIM........................................... LAFOND, BEVERLEY J. ............................... LAROQUE, TERRY L. ................................... LAWTON, KRISTOPHER ............................... LEMON, MANDY ........................................... LENZ, SCOTT C. .......................................... LERNER, BRUCE .......................................... LEUNG, CURTIS ........................................... LI, QUANXIANG DAVID ................................. LIBKE, TRACEY G. ....................................... LINKE, BLAKE MORGAN .............................. LISCHYNSKI, MONIQUE ............................... LITKE, JACQUELINE F. ................................ LIX, MATHEW J. ........................................... LLOYD, SUSAN S. ........................................ LOLACHER, MARILYN L. ............................. LOSETH, HOWARD M. ................................. LOSETH, JANICE E. ..................................... LOVE, MEGAN E. ......................................... LOVE, THOMAS ............................................ LOVELACE, THERA ...................................... LOW, STEWART A. ...................................... LOWE, DENNIS ............................................. LOWE, TIFFANY............................................ LOYDL, MYLES A. J. .................................... MACDONALD, CATHY L. ............................. MACDONALD, DORNA ................................. MACDONALD, SHAWN ................................. MACFADDEN, ALASTAIR ............................. MACK, EARLINE ........................................... MACKENZIE, COLLEEN A. .......................... MACKNIGHT, DOUGLAS G. ......................... MAHNIC, PAUL A. ........................................ MAIER, SHARON .......................................... MARINESCU, ANI .......................................... MARK, CHANDRA L. .................................... MARSH, ARDEN............................................ MARSH, MARIANNE ..................................... MATSALLA, CHERYL .................................... MATZ, ALLISON ............................................ MAXEINER, RALF O. .................................... MCCALL, RODNEY ROBERT ........................ MCCANNELL, KATHERINE M. S. ................. MCCARTHY, GISELE M. .............................. MCDOWELL, JANET ..................................... MCGOWAN, LORETTA ................................. MCINNIS, J. KENNETH ................................. MCKAY, KELVIN............................................ MCLEAN, CHARLENE ................................... MCLEOD, JANE............................................. MCPETE, SHANTEL ...................................... MCRORIE, ANNE .......................................... MCSYMYTZ, KIMBERLEY ............................. MESTROVIC, DARKO ................................... METZ, ASHLEY ............................................. MICHEL, BRADY A. ...................................... MIILLER, RANDAL S. ................................... MITCHELL, BARBARA .................................. MITCHELL, MICHAEL W. ............................. MONTENEGRO, MICHEL A. ......................... MORELLI, RYAN M. ...................................... MORGAN, JANET M. .................................... MORLEY, ANDREW P. ................................. MOROSCHAN, DAVID M. ............................. MUELLER, NICOLE ....................................... MUNDELL, JOLENE A. ................................. MURPHY, KELLY D. ..................................... MUSIC, TYLER .............................................. MUSLEH, RICHARD ...................................... MWANGO, CHITUNDU JAMES ..................... NAGRAMPA, JANELLE ................................. NAIDU, DEVIKA .............................................

114,462 73,454 54,396 53,555 92,892 97,765 51,808 66,382 52,870 92,640 133,818 106,791 97,180 65,226 79,359 111,643 87,615 81,318 59,874 59,933 139,278 92,274 74,548 74,548 54,958 101,898 53,618 59,107 60,706 66,780 73,449 72,220 150,577 80,364 92,211 133,830 133,933 58,247 94,371 92,855 114,750 52,267 73,454 92,161 124,757 56,422 68,779 66,313 73,139 96,373 110,777 80,800 94,017 106,785 55,414 110,190 58,078 69,523 60,618 71,213 114,087 52,047 126,558 114,750 121,238 145,338 78,795 58,325 51,065 57,017 50,359 75,173 117,891 68,291 75,966 62,165

62 NELISSEN, BRAM J. .................................... NELSON, GLEN ............................................ NORMAND, CHARLES ................................. O'BRIEN, MIKE ............................................. O'DONOHOE, DEIRDRE............................... OCHIENG, FREDRICK.................................. OHLHEISER, BRIAN ..................................... OLAYELE, FRED .......................................... OLSON, LEAH D. ......................................... OSTERHOUT, RANDY.................................. OSTROWERCHA, VICKY ............................. PAIDEL, PATRICIA ....................................... PAQUIN, BRETT ........................................... PATON, TOM W. .......................................... PAUL, INEZ K. J. .......................................... PEAKE, ELAINE V. ...................................... PEARSON, MARY-ANNE .............................. PEIFER, LAURIE........................................... PELZER, CAMERON .................................... PENNER, IRIS .............................................. PENNER, LYNN S. ....................................... PERKINS, VICKI LYNN ................................. PETERSEN, MELISSA M. ............................ PETERSON, ANN M. ................................... PHOMMAVONG, GATEEN J. ....................... PIKALUK, KAREN L. .................................... POHORELIC, BRIAN .................................... PORTER, STEPHEN C. ............................... POSTMA, MICHELLE F. .............................. PUSHOR, LAURIE M. .................................. PYLYPUK, DEAN .......................................... RAAF, ERIN .................................................. RAIN, DOUG ................................................. RAINVILLE, CORY ........................................ RAMOS, GIOVANNI FELIPE ......................... RAYMOND, RODNEY G. ............................. REA, NICOLE................................................ READ, DEBORAH L. .................................... REAVLEY, ROYCE P. .................................. REDING, DEAN ............................................ REDIRON, GLORIA ...................................... REDMAN, JUDY............................................ REID, CELINE MARIE ................................... REID, LAURA ................................................ REIN, LEANNE ............................................. REITER, SUSAN ........................................... RELLAND, JUSTIN ....................................... ROBERTSON, AUDREY ............................... ROBINSON, SHELLEY A. ............................ ROGER, NICOLE M. .................................... ROGERS, MURRAY C. ................................ ROSS, CHRISTA A. ..................................... ROY, GERALD .............................................. RUSSELL, BEATRICE G. ............................. RYMES, STEPHEN ....................................... SANDERS, HAL DAVID ................................ SANTANGELO, ANTHONY ........................... SAUFERT, AARON ....................................... SAXON, KAREN B. ...................................... SCHENHER, GARRY J. ............................... SCHIER, SARA ............................................. SCHMIDT, TOM M. ...................................... SCHNELL, EMERY A. .................................. SCHREINER, DONNA................................... SCHULHAUSER, SHANNA ........................... SEMENIUK, BRENDA LYNN......................... SEREDA, DIANA F. ...................................... SHANKS, JAMIE ........................................... SHIVAK, JEANNE ......................................... SHULLMAN, COLLEEN P. ........................... SLETTEN, AMY M. ....................................... SLIMMON, WILLIAM L. ................................ SMILJIC, ANGELINA ..................................... SMITH, ROCHELLE ...................................... SMYCNIUK, DARCY ..................................... SMYSNIUK, STANLEY ROY .........................

Economy 118,068 60,250 117,705 61,848 94,702 109,341 93,048 68,008 89,226 80,794 52,043 52,287 84,607 82,204 60,701 83,957 60,701 61,358 121,722 60,701 72,746 65,950 78,978 83,170 52,043 51,824 69,298 79,222 51,795 179,692 208,621 124,488 102,861 66,773 92,289 84,916 91,642 94,185 114,750 114,750 61,970 50,604 52,043 58,245 56,081 60,712 84,771 88,878 64,561 54,531 114,750 55,412 82,236 52,670 114,750 163,866 65,464 96,291 52,047 81,654 53,746 104,370 73,605 84,058 60,065 73,449 60,701 73,454 88,880 60,701 60,075 133,818 60,723 97,765 132,111 94,348

Public Accounts, 2014-15 SOMMERVILL, PENNY LEE .......................... SOUTHAM, BRIAN L. ................................... SPENCER, JUNANNE ................................... SPRING, WILLIAM W. .................................. STADNYK, MURRAY S. ............................... STANLEY, LAWRENCE W. .......................... STEININGER, CRYSTAL D. ......................... STOKALKO, VERONICA ............................... SUMMACH, SCOTT DENNIS ........................ SYROTA, CATHERINE .................................. TERRY, PEGGY ............................................ THOMPSON, BIRDIE .................................... TOROREY, TIMOTHY ................................... TOTH, JOANNE M. ....................................... TRELENBERG, LEE ANN.............................. TRETIAK, NATALIE P. .................................. TSAKAS, JAMES P. ...................................... UTKE, JORDON ............................................ VANCISE, WILLIAM J. .................................. VERMETTE, SHANE B. ................................ WAGNER, BRAD D. ..................................... WAGNER, PAUL L. ....................................... WALLACE, DEBBIE LYNNE .......................... WANG, WILLIAM ........................................... WARNER, KENDRA D. ................................. WARREN, JOSHUA ERIC ............................. WATSON, CHRISTA M. ................................ WEBBER, LARRY DALE ............................... WEIMAN, CAROL .......................................... WELLS, LARRY R. ....................................... WELLSCH, NATALIE E. ................................ WEST, ALBERT F. ........................................ WESTERMAN, DEBORAH N. ....................... WESTGARD, KIRK N. .................................. WIESNER, KATHY J. .................................... WILCHUCK, DONNA ..................................... WILHELM, BRUCE D. ................................... WILHELM, TELANNE .................................... WILLIAMS, AMANDA..................................... WILLIAMS, SUNNI-JUNE P. ......................... WILLS, ALLISON ........................................... WILSON, CHARLOTTE ................................. WILSON, DONNA L. ..................................... WIRLL, LINDA L. .......................................... WIST, FLOYD G. .......................................... WOG, KEVIN ................................................. WRIGHT, LIZA ............................................... WUSCHKE, EVANGELINE ............................ YANG, CHAO ................................................ YEE, MARIE .................................................. YOUNG, ASHLEY MARELLE ........................ YOUNG, DEBRA L ........................................ YURKOSKI, C. DOREEN ............................... YURKOWSKI, MELINDA ............................... ZAZULA, VALINDA L. ................................... ZBOROWSKI, CRAIG .................................... ZHANG, VICTOR ........................................... ZHAO, YU ...................................................... ZHOU, JING .................................................. ZIEGLER, VERNA ......................................... ZIELKE, SARAH ............................................ ZINKEWICH, BRENDA .................................. ZMETANA, DUSTIN....................................... ZUNTI, SHAUN P. ........................................ ZWEIFEL, LOVYL ..........................................

110,730 97,772 60,706 121,722 94,971 110,730 56,083 59,946 102,752 60,366 80,794 73,455 55,850 71,530 55,058 51,280 86,972 75,380 75,966 130,542 114,750 85,278 123,710 110,730 54,200 66,423 95,407 99,660 72,848 97,566 75,891 131,373 114,750 133,830 61,230 59,382 120,167 60,445 60,673 50,652 85,111 56,023 97,765 56,205 134,730 93,079 64,127 62,172 114,750 60,713 68,711 91,211 100,867 133,818 54,311 90,558 91,062 80,800 98,721 56,319 66,065 52,584 74,675 77,921 97,314

Allowances for Members with Additional Duties BOYD, BILL R. .............................................. $ HARRISON, JEREMY E. .............................. MCMILLAN, TIM ............................................

48,198 39,591 8,616

Public Accounts, 2014-15

Economy

Transfers

Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership

Listed, by program, are transfers to recipients who received $50,000 or more.

Mineral, Land and Resource Policy (EC06)

TOURISM SASKATCHEWAN ........................$

UNIVERSITY OF REGINA ............................. $

70,500

Petroleum and Natural Gas (EC05)

154,499

Revenue and Corporate Services (EC04) Small Business Loan Associations Concessionary Allowance 235,868

Ethanol Fuel Tax Rebate CONSUMER'S CO-OPERATIVE REFINERIES LTD. .................................... $ HUSKY OIL LTD. .......................................... IMPERIAL OIL ............................................... PARKLAND INDUSTRIES LTD. ................... SHELL CANADA PRODUCTS ....................... SUNCOR ENERGY PRODUCTS PARTNERSHIP .........................................

3,353,663 438,869 858,931 1,194,093 889,070 1,265,373

Renewable Diesel Program MILLIGAN BIOFUELS INC. .......................... $

1,662,428

Economic Development (EC12) Operational Support AGENCY CHIEFS TRIBAL COUNCIL INC. .......................................................... $ MONTREAL LAKE CREE NATION ................ NORTH WEST COMMUNITIES WOOD PRODUCTS LTD. .....................................

3,386,000

16,172,000

Labour Market Development (EC13) Work Readiness - Youth and Adult Skills Training

Petroleum and Natural Gas

CONCESSIONARY ALLOWANCES SMALL BUSINESS LOANS ASSOCIATION........... $

SASKATCHEWAN TRADE & EXPORT PARTNERSHIP INC. .................................$

Tourism Saskatchewan (EC14)

Saskatchewan Geological Survey

SOUTH EAST SASKATCHEWAN AIRSHED ASSOCIATION.......................... $

63

750,000 400,000 365,000

CARLTON TRAIL COLLEGE .........................$ CUMBERLAND COLLEGE ............................ DUMONT TECHNICAL INSTITUTE ............... GREAT PLAINS COLLEGE ........................... LAKELAND COLLEGE................................... NORTH WEST COLLEGE ............................. NORTHLANDS COLLEGE ............................. PARKLAND COLLEGE .................................. REGINA TRADES & SKILL CENTRE............. SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGIES ................................. SASKATCHEWAN POLYTECHNIC ............... SASKATOON TRADES & SKILL CENTRE INC. ............................................ SOUTHEAST COLLEGE................................

998,322 966,948 812,255 1,810,251 829,737 1,818,587 3,781,027 1,534,004 961,000 1,918,178 1,583,547 961,000 1,241,701

Work Readiness - Adult Basic Education CARLTON TRAIL COLLEGE .........................$ CUMBERLAND COLLEGE ............................ DUMONT TECHNICAL INSTITUTE ............... GREAT PLAINS COLLEGE ........................... LAKELAND COLLEGE................................... NORTH WEST COLLEGE ............................. NORTHLANDS COLLEGE ............................. PARKLAND COLLEGE .................................. SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGIES ................................. SASKATCHEWAN POLYTECHNIC ............... SOUTHEAST COLLEGE................................

1,053,154 1,345,004 2,206,461 835,071 427,950 2,528,280 2,322,311 1,804,515 2,618,352 8,124,306 1,101,733

Work Readiness - Employment Development ASSEMBLEE COMMUNAUTAIRE FRANSASKOISE INC. ..............................$ BATTLEFORD'S AGENCY TRIBAL CHIEF'S INC. ............................................ BEAUVAL, NORTHERN VILLAGE OF ........... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CHRIST THE TEACHER ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 212 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE NORTHWEST SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 203 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE REGINA SCHOOL DIV. NO. 4 ...................

533,411 183,278 74,913

149,345 195,373 80,000

64 BUFFALO NARROWS, NORTHERN VILLAGE OF ............................................. CANADIAN CAREER DEVELOPMENT FOUNDATION ........................................... CARLTON TRAIL COLLEGE......................... CARRIER FOREST PRODUCTS LTD. ......... CATHOLIC FAMILY SERVICES OF PRINCE ALBERT INC. ............................. CITY CENTRE COMMUNITY RENEWAL INITIATIVES INC. ..................................... CLEARWATER RIVER DENE NATION ......... CUMBERLAND HOUSE, NORTHERN VILLAGE OF ............................................. DOMINION DRIVING SCHOOL LTD. ........... DUMONT TECHNICAL INSTITUTE............... FHQTC DEVELOPMENTS LTD. .................. FILE HILLS QU'APPELLE TRIBAL COUNCIL INC. ......................................... GEORGE GORDON DEVELOPMENTS LTD. ......................................................... GLOBAL INFOBROKERS INC. .................... GORDON FIRST NATION ............................. IGNITE ADULT LEARNING CORPORATION ........................................ ILE A LA CROSSE, NORTHERN VILLAGE OF ............................................. INDEPENDENT FUTURES INC. .................. INTERNATIONAL WOMEN OF SASKATOON IWS INC. ............................ KEEWATIN CAREER DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ........................................ LA LOCHE, NORTHERN VILLAGE OF ......... MISTAWASIS FIRST NATION ...................... MOOSE JAW MULTICULTURAL COUNCIL INC. ......................................... NORTH CENTRAL COMMUNITY ASSOCIATION .......................................... NORTH WEST COLLEGE ............................. NORTHERN CAREER QUEST INC. ............ NORTHLANDS COLLEGE ............................ PARKLAND COLLEGE ................................. PRAIRIE EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM INC. .. PRAIRIE HARVEST CHRISTIAN LIFE CENTRE.................................................... PRAIRIE SPIRIT CONNECTIONS INC. ........ PRINCE ALBERT & DISTRICT COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTRE INC. .......................................................... PRINCE ALBERT METIS WOMEN'S ASSOCIATION INC. ................................. PRINCE ALBERT MODEL FOREST ............. QUINT DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION INC. .......................................................... RADIUS COMMUNITY CENTRE FOR EDUCATION & EMPL. TRNG. .................. RAINBOW YOUTH CENTRE INC. ............... REGINA & DISTRICT CHAMBER OF COMMERCE ............................................. REGINA IMMIGRANT WOMEN CENTRE ..... REGINA OPEN DOOR SOCIETY INC. ......... REGINA TRADES & SKILL CENTRE ............ REGINA WORK PREPARATION CENTRE INC. .......................................................... SASK. SPORT INC. ..................................... SASKATCHEWAN ABILITIES COUNCIL ...... SASKATCHEWAN CONSTRUCTION ASSOCIATION INC. ................................. SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN INSTITUTE OF TECHNOLOGIES ................................ SASKATCHEWAN INTERCULTURAL ASSOCIATION INC. ................................. SASKATCHEWAN POLYTECHNIC .............. SASKATOON COMMUNITY YOUTH ARTS PROGRAMMING INC. .............................. SASKATOON FOOD BANK ..........................

Economy

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286,869

SASKATOON INDUSTRY EDUCATION COUNCIL INC. .......................................... SASKATOON OPEN DOOR SOCIETY INC. .......................................................... SASKATOON TRADES & SKILL CENTRE INC. ........................................... SASKATOON TRIBAL COUNCIL INC. ......... SKILLS CANADA SASKATCHEWAN ............ SOUTHEAST ADVOCATES FOR EMPLOYMENT INC. (ESTEVAN) .............. STREET WORKER'S ADVOCACY PROJECT REGINA INC. ........................... TERRY ORTYNSKY ROYAL FORD .............. TOP: YOUTH EMPLOYMENT SERVICES INC. .......................................................... TOURISM SASKATCHEWAN ........................ UNEMPLOYED WORKERS HELP & COUNSELLING CENTRE INC. ................. WAKAYOS DEVELOPMENTS LIMITED PARTNERSHIP ......................................... WEYAKWIN, NORTHERN HAMLET OF ........ WILLOW CREE EDUCATION & TRAINING CENTRE INC. ......................... YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF PRINCE ALBERT ..................................................... YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF SASKATOON .............. ZOYA SHMYR CONSULTING .......................

109,683 82,800 79,602

Saskatchewan Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission

74,179 121,900 72,901 100,000 198,741 124,599 58,882 54,676 53,877 274,759 150,000 77,349 171,410 270,270 111,146 90,000 80,272 227,249

59,944 208,735 67,497 112,726 95,759 180,106 343,885 180,003 254,859 622,821 292,265 190,500 398,230 541,390 100,144 98,328 184,106 791,152 385,000 772,936 1,277,529 923,045 167,726 4,224,268 178,140 510,890 155,110 276,691

SASKATCHEWAN APPRENTICESHIP & TRADE CERTIFICATION COMMISSION ........................................... $

1,236,633 609,982 696,053 148,500 58,990 317,650 330,012 166,667 307,661 293,756 126,539 189,893 53,999 142,980 130,304 652,745 92,393

22,226,000

Employability Assistance for People with Disabilities CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION .......................................... $ CANADIAN NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND ........................................ CANADIAN PARAPLEGIC ASSOCIATION (SASKATCHEWAN) INC. .......................................................... GARY TINKER FEDERATION FOR THE DISABLED INC. ........................................ GREAT PLAINS COLLEGE ........................... HUMBOLDT & DISTRICT COMMUNITY SERVICES INC. ........................................ INDEPENDENT FUTURES INC. ................... KIN ENTERPRISES INC. .............................. LEARNING DISABILITIES ASSOCIATION OF SASKATCHEWAN INC. ............................ MICHAYLUK, DARIA ..................................... NEIL SQUIRE SOCIETY ................................ NEWSASK COMMUNITY FUTURES DEVELOPMENT CORP. ........................... PARKLAND COLLEGE .................................. PLUS INDUSTRIES INC. .............................. REDVERS ACTIVITY CENTRE INC. ............ SASKATCHEWAN ABILITIES COUNCIL ....... SASKATCHEWAN APPRENTICESHIP & TRADE CERTIFICATION COMMISSION ........................................... SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION FOR COMMUNITY LIVING INC. ....................... SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF REHABILITATION CENTRES ....................

462,186 260,719 101,575 257,152 50,000 183,643 56,673 140,587 1,732,758 199,178 303,026 69,497 75,000 90,000 57,555 2,827,023 147,255 422,554 491,698

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Economy

SASKATCHEWAN DEAF & HARD OF HEARING SERVICES INC. ...................... SASKATCHEWAN POLYTECHNIC ............... SASKATOON CENTRE OF READING EXCELLENCE INC. .................................. SELF-HELP & RECREATION EDUC. ........... SOUTH SASKATCHEWAN INDEPENDENT LIVING CENTRE INC. .............................. SOUTHEAST ADVOCATES FOR EMPLOYMENT INC. (ESTEVAN) .............. UNIVERSITY OF REGINA ............................. UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ............. YAIL HARBOR INC. .....................................

332,494 396,432 645,542 183,415 740,619 53,482 57,593 126,969 53,014

Provincial Training Allowance PROVINCIAL TRAINING ALLOWANCE ........ $

28,136,599

Skills Training Benefits SKILLS TRAINING BENEFIT ALLOWANCE ............................................ $

5,009,925

3,002,185 179,750

Immigration BATTLEFORDS IMMIGRATION RESOURCE CENTRE ............................... $ BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE ........................ CARLTON TRAIL COLLEGE ......................... CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES .................... CUMBERLAND COLLEGE ............................ FILIPINO CANADIAN ASSOCIATION OF SASKATOON INC. .............................. GLOBAL GATHERING PLACE INC. ............. GREAT PLAINS COLLEGE ........................... HUMBOLDT REGIONAL NEWCOMER CENTRE INC. ........................................... IMMIGRANT ACCESS FUND OF SASKATCHEWAN INC. ............................ INTERNATIONAL WOMEN OF SASKATOON IWS INC. ............................ MOOSE JAW MULTICULTURAL COUNCIL INC. ......................................... NORTH WEST COLLEGE ............................. PARKLAND COLLEGE.................................. PRINCE ALBERT MULTICULTURAL COUNCIL .................................................. REGINA IMMIGRANT WOMEN CENTRE ..... REGINA OPEN DOOR SOCIETY INC. ......... REGINA REGIONAL OPPORTUNITIES COMMISSION ........................................... SASKATCHEWAN ABILITIES COUNCIL ...... SASKATCHEWAN COUNCIL FOR INTERNATIONAL CO-OPERATION .......... SASKATCHEWAN GERMAN COUNCIL INC. .......................................................... SASKATCHEWAN INTERCULTURAL ASSOCIATION INC. .................................. SASKATOON OPEN DOOR SOCIETY INC. .......................................................... SOUTHEAST ADVOCATES FOR EMPLOYMENT INC. (ESTEVAN) .............. SOUTHEAST COLLEGE ...............................

SOUTHWEST NEWCOMER WELCOME CENTRE INC. ........................................... TISDALE, TOWN OF ..................................... UKRAINIAN CANADIAN CONGRESS-REGINA BRANCH INC. ....... UKRAINIAN CANADIAN CONGRESS-SASKATCHEWAN PROVINCIAL COUNCIL INC. .................... UKRAINIAN CANADIAN CONGRESS-SASKATOON BRANCH INC. ........................................................... UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ............. YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN ASSOCIATION OF PRINCE ALBERT .....................................................

253,327 212,297 51,408 146,157 195,992 115,832 245,665

Goods and Services Minister's Travel

Apprenticeship Training Allowance APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING ALLOWANCE ............................................ $ SASKATCHEWAN APPRENTICESHIP & TRADE CERTIFICATION COMMISSION ...........................................

65

192,779 227,658 123,450 257,786 56,500 56,166 289,980 175,250 277,608 175,000 231,845 276,645 107,000 86,350 268,447 289,094 426,250 113,683 185,042 410,000 52,224 214,468 582,829 209,522 120,200

BOYD, BILL R. ..............................................$ BRADSHAW, FRED F. .................................. BRKICH, GREG P. ........................................ HARRISON, JEREMY E. ............................... MCMILLAN, TIM ............................................ MERRIMAN, PAUL ........................................

49,174 5,321 685 21,407 6,999 3,652

Goods and Services Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for the provision of goods and services, including travel, office supplies, communications, contracts, and equipment. ABANDONRITE - A DIVISION OF NABORS DRILLING CANADA LTD. .........$ BLAST RADIUS INC. .................................... BMO PURCHASE CARDS-ECONOMY ......... CANADA CHINA TRADE & INVESTMENT UNIT OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... CANADA WEST FOUNDATION..................... CANADIAN MANUFACTURERS & EXPORTERS ............................................. CONFERENCE BOARD OF CANADA ........... CORVELLE CONSULTING ............................ EARTHMASTER ENVIRONMENTAL STRATEGIES INC. ................................... FPINNOVATIONS .......................................... FUJITSU CONSULTING (CANADA) INC. ........................................................... FUTURPRENEUR CANADA .......................... GOLDER ASSOCIATES LTD. ....................... HBI OFFICE PLUS INC. ................................ IMPERIAL PARKING CANADA CORP. ......... INFORMATION SERVICES CORPORATION......................................... INSIGHTRIX RESEARCH .............................. JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... MCNAIR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT INC. ........................................................... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF CENTRAL SERVICES .......................... MNP LLP........................................................ NELSON MULLINS RILEY & SCARBOROUGH LLP................................ OGILVIE LLP ................................................. PETRICH, RAY .............................................. PHOENIX ADVERTISING GROUP INC. ....... PRA INC. ...................................................... PRESTIGE SOURCING GROUP, LLC ...........

394,639 75,943 2,854,392 80,500 50,773 500,000 50,074 116,020 135,147 100,000 1,300,571 76,250 238,270 234,903 131,933 581,383 63,619 131,769 79,300 18,330,550 386,703 473,275 50,000 55,584 1,812,989 95,800 151,200

66 SASKATCHEWAN ECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION (SEDA) ...................................................... SASKATCHEWAN RESEARCH COUNCIL ... SOCIAL RESEARCH AND DEMONSTRATION CORPORATION ........ STANTEC CONSULTING LTD. .................... SUNRISE PUBLISHING LTD. ...................... UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN............. VCARE BUSINESS NETWORKING GROUP ..................................................... WORKOPOLIS ..............................................

Economy

50,000 16,376,191 104,019 70,798 59,478 50,590 100,236 100,000

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Education

67

Education (Vote 5) The Ministry of Education provides leadership and direction to the early learning and child care, Prekindergarten through Grade 12 education, literacy and library sectors. The Ministry supports the sectors through funding, governance and accountability, with a focus on improving student achievement. The Ministry is committed to improving the learning success and well-being of all Saskatchewan children and the enhancement of literacy for all Saskatchewan people.

Program Delivery Program delivery includes managing community-based programs that serve vulnerable young children and those with disabilities and their families. In addition, management of the Prekindergarten program and support for the Kindergarten programs are provided. Early learning and child care facilities are developed, licensed and monitored, and supported through regulation by regional service delivery staff.

Central Management and Services (Subvote ED01)

Literacy (Subvote ED17)

Objective To provide executive direction and centrally-managed services in the areas of finance, risk management, legislation, privacy, strategic policy and planning, intergovernmental relations, program evaluation, communications, contract services and other operational services that include accommodations required for the delivery of the Ministry’s mandate. Program Delivery This program provides financial management and administrative support to the Ministry in the centrally administered functions of accounting, asset acquisition, financial management, risk management, communications, sector relations, advisory, program and legislative services. It provides policy development and supports the Ministry and sectors’ planning, deployment and reporting functions. It provides payments to the Ministry of Central Services for office accommodation and mail services, records management, minor renovation services and information technology services.

K-12 Education (Subvote ED03) Objective To provide program, administrative and financial support to the education system in their development and delivery of programs, including French-language programming. To also provide school operating and capital transfer payments to school divisions for the delivery of education services. Program Delivery This program provides funding for the operation of PreK-12 schools and for the maintenance and construction of school facilities; develops and implements programs of study used in the PreK-12 system; provides leadership and support for French Language, First Nations and Métis Education, English as an Additional Language and Student Support Services; supports the building of capacity in the use of technology across the PreK-12 sector; and provides administrative and financial support for provincial school divisions, the northern office, independent schools, homebased education and student and educator services.

Early Years (Subvote ED08) Objective To provide leadership, policy and program direction, as well as financial, professional and evaluation supports for early childhood programs and services. Through direct service, education, collaboration and engagement with stakeholders, the objective is for increased family capacity and high quality services for children that promote social, emotional, physical and intellectual development so children enter school ready to be successful.

Objective To increase opportunities for adult, family and workplace literacy for the benefit of all Saskatchewan people. Program Delivery This program provides financial, policy, program and services support and leadership to increase opportunities for literacy development for the benefit of all Saskatchewan people. It provides funding to province-wide, regional and community-based organizations for adult, family and workplace literacy programming and research.

Provincial Library (Subvote ED15) Objective To develop legislative and policy frameworks for the operations of Saskatchewan’s provincial public library and multitype library systems. Program Delivery Under The Public Libraries Act, 1996, the Provincial Library administers grants, provides cost-effective centralized services and coordinates the cooperative use of information technologies and library resources for the benefit of all Saskatchewan residents. Under The Libraries Co-operation Act, the Provincial Library supports the Multitype Library Board in facilitating cooperation among public, academic, school and special libraries, archives and other information providers to enhance services for all learners.

Teachers' Pensions and Benefits (Subvote ED04) Objective To provide government’s contribution for teachers’ pensions and benefits. Program Delivery The Teachers’ Superannuation Commission administers the Teachers’ Superannuation Plan, Teachers’ Disability Benefits Plan, Teachers’ Group Life Insurance Plan and the Teachers’ Dental Plan. The Teachers’ Extended Health Plan and the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Retirement Plan are administered by the Saskatchewan Teachers’ Federation.

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (Subvote ED16) Objective To account for the expenses and expense recoveries that do not require appropriation.

68 Program Delivery This program accounts for the estimated annual consumption of the Ministry’s capital assets. Amortization is calculated using the straight-line method based on the estimated useful service life of the asset. Amortization is a non-voted, non-cash expense.

Education

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Education

69

Education

Central Management and Services (ED01) Minister's Salary (Statutory)............................................................................ $ Executive Management.................................................................................. Central Services............................................................................................. Accommodation Services............................................................................... Subvote Total

Salaries & Benefits 48 $ 1,643 6,449 ........ 8,140

Capital Transfers ........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

Operating Transfers ........ $ ........ 79 ........ 79

Goods and Services (1)

Capital Asset Amortization

(thousands of dollars) Other Expenses

........ $ 203 5,579 5,550 11,332

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

Internal Recoveries ........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

Total 48 1,846 12,107 5,550 19,551

K-12 Education (ED03) Achievement and Operational Support............................................................ School Operating............................................................................................ K-12 Initiatives................................................................................................ School Capital................................................................................................ Educational Agencies..................................................................................... Subvote Total

11,602 ........ ........ ........ ........ 11,602

........ ........ ........ 84,563 ........ 84,563

13,098 1,199,976 31,678 ........ 535 1,245,287

4,799 ........ 2,650 8,284 3 15,736

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

4,154 ........ ........ 547 ........ 4,701

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

33,653 1,199,976 34,328 93,394 538 1,361,889

Early Years (ED08) Operational Support........................................................................................ KidsFirst......................................................................................................... Early Childhood Intervention Programs........................................................... Child Care...................................................................................................... Child Care Capital Transfers........................................................................... Subvote Total

3,517 ........ ........ ........ ........ 3,517

........ ........ ........ ........ 1,675 1,675

46 4,569 4,004 50,246 ........ 58,865

540 ........ ........ ........ ........ 540

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

4,103 4,569 4,004 50,246 1,675 64,597

Literacy (ED17)............................................................................

317

........

2,453

17

........

........

........

2,787

Provincial Library (ED15)...........................................................

1,474

........

8,902

2,315

........

........

........

12,691

Teachers' Pensions and Benefits (ED04) Teachers' Superannuation Commission.......................................................... Teachers' Superannuation Plan (Statutory)..................................................... Teachers' Group Life Insurance (Statutory)..................................................... Teachers' Dental Plan.................................................................................... Saskatchewan Teachers' Retirement Plan (Statutory).................................... Teachers' Extended Health Plan..................................................................... Subvote Total

664 ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 664

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ 215,963 2,065 11,399 85,051 19,495 333,973

598 ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 598

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

1,262 215,963 2,065 11,399 85,051 19,495 335,235

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (ED16) Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.......................................... Amortization - Office and Information Technology........................................... Subvote Total

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

175 425 600

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

175 425 600

25,714 $

86,238 $

Total

$

(1) Includes communication expense of $353 and travel expense of $749.

1,649,559 $

30,538 $

600 $

4,701 $

........ $

1,797,350

70

Education

Salaries and Benefits Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for salaries, wages, honorariums, etc. and for pension and public sector benefits. Salaries ABERNETHY, KATHY J. .............................. $ ADAMS, SHELLEY........................................ ALLAN, LYNN M. .......................................... ANDERSON, YVONNE M. ........................... ANDRIE, BARRY ROBERT ........................... ANTWI-BUADUM, SAMUEL .......................... ARDELAN, JANET ........................................ ARIE, JULIE K. ............................................. ARKLIE, SHARLENE .................................... ARNOTT, DARYL .......................................... ATKINSON, CHRIS ....................................... BACK, WAYNE J. ......................................... BADGER, PAULA.......................................... BAKKEN, KARLA .......................................... BALFOUR, HEATHER M. ............................. BARRAUD, WILLY J. .................................... BARRY, STEVEN J. ..................................... BASLER, ELLEN L. ...................................... BAST, FRANCES .......................................... BATEMAN, COLLYNDA J. ........................... BEAN, DANIEL.............................................. BELHUMEUR, CHRISTOPHER .................... BELISLE, MICHELLE W. .............................. BELLAMY, SHERRY ..................................... BENNETT, LAURA ........................................ BILSON, KENNEDY ...................................... BLANCHETTE, GISELE ................................ BLEZY, TRENT ............................................. BLONDEAU, ANGELA .................................. BRODA, PETER M. ...................................... BULAT, BARBARA ........................................ BUNSTON, ELGIN ........................................ BURANT EPP, MICHELLE D. ....................... BURLA, GERALD R. .................................... BYERS, MONIQUE ....................................... CALEVAL, TIMOTHY .................................... CARON, ANGELA ......................................... CARRIERE, SUE........................................... CARTER, GEORGINA A. ............................. CHARLES, PATRICK .................................... CHEVALIER, ANNE-MARIE .......................... CHOBANIK, ANGELA ................................... CHOW, MARIA .............................................. CHRISTIANSEN, KYLA ................................. CIFUENTES, CHERYL .................................. CLYNE, DELAINE ......................................... COLVIN, CRYSTAL D. ................................. CONWAY, LIAM A. ....................................... COOPER, KATHRYN MARY ......................... CRASWELL, GERALD R. L. ......................... DANIELS, LORI-ANN .................................... DAVISON URSU, PENNY L. ........................ DECK, KATHY .............................................. DECORBY, NOELLE ..................................... DELORME, JACQUES .................................. DER, KAREN ................................................ DIMEN, MARCEE L. M. ................................ DOUGHERTY, BRENDA LYNN..................... DUGGLEBY, PATRICIA A. ........................... DURELL, LEORA RENEE ............................. DUTKIWCH, CARRIE-ANNE ......................... DWERNYCHUK, DREW G. .......................... DZIAK, LILIA ................................................. ECARNOT, SAMANTHA ............................... EIDSNESS, BRENT ...................................... ELLIOTT, DEAN ............................................

123,351 101,929 149,192 116,959 89,808 88,853 52,174 94,878 87,025 131,855 110,131 84,265 59,382 63,310 121,722 62,277 81,526 66,778 133,830 59,133 87,984 81,121 133,830 60,037 88,878 76,680 62,758 55,629 87,402 66,480 107,286 86,579 85,012 82,150 65,035 145,227 65,675 106,426 59,382 86,893 87,769 127,833 117,840 69,874 59,380 55,480 51,727 92,154 92,711 146,481 100,441 59,382 120,933 78,609 109,837 60,180 52,260 110,730 88,207 63,207 103,853 119,540 52,415 94,252 110,745 101,809

Public Accounts, 2014-15 FELD, NATASHA A. ...................................... FELLINGER, NICOLE .................................... FESER, VANESSA R. ................................... FISCHER, NEVIN .......................................... FISHER, KATHLEEN A. ................................ FLORIZONE, DAN J. .................................... FOX, RICHARD J. ........................................ FROESE, DEREK J. ..................................... FUENTES, NATALIA ..................................... GABEL, KEVIN T. ......................................... GAREAU GÉLINAS, NATHALIE .................... GATES, ROBERT .......................................... GIBSON, KAREN........................................... GILCHRIST, LEAH ........................................ GINGRAS, DIANE HEATHER ........................ GLASCOCK, CHAD J. .................................. GLASS, ROSANNE C. .................................. GLOWA CANCINO, AMANDA K. M. ............. GONZALEZ DOMARCHI, ANABELLE E. ...... GRAY, MICHELLE L. .................................... GREEN, ASHLEY E. ..................................... GROLEAU, GILLES ....................................... GRUMBLY, ANNA M. ................................... GUSTILOV, DELPHINE I. ............................. HAGEL, JAQUELINE C. ................................ HAILEMICHAEL, PAULOS ............................ HAKIM, ADNAN ............................................. HALIPCHAK, ANASTASIA ............................. HANDFORD, KATHLEEN F. ......................... HAWRYLUK, SARA ....................................... HEINRICHS, KAREN ..................................... HENDERSON, KAREN M. S. ........................ HENNI, FATMA-ZOHRA ................................ HINTZ, KIMBERLEY E. ................................. HNATIUK, ANDREA ...................................... HOLOWATUK, BRENDA A. .......................... HOLTVOGT-BRIENS, JOLENE ..................... HOWETT, CATHERINE D. ........................... HUDYMA, LAURIE L. .................................... HUGEL, MICHELLE S. ................................. JARVIS, KRISTIN D. ..................................... JEANES, CINDY L. ....................................... JOHNS, MAUREEN LYNNE .......................... JOHNSON, DONNA....................................... JOHNSON, RICK ........................................... JOHNSTON, KELLY J. ................................. KALAMAN, DARREN A. L. ............................ KARWANDY, MICHELLE............................... KHAN, MUHAMMAD ATIF ............................. KLEISINGER, KEVIN D. ............................... KNUTH, GARRETT........................................ KOVACS, PATRICIA...................................... KOWALCHUK, LEANNE ................................ KRAMER, JOSH S. ....................................... KRAUS, DEBRA G. ....................................... KRAUSE, JILL ............................................... KRIETEMEYER, JANICE ............................... KWIATKOWSKI, DAVID A. ........................... LACHANCE, YVES ........................................ LAWSON, RON ............................................. LEGGOTT, JULIE .......................................... LEIDL, REGINALD A. ................................... LEITAO CSADA, STEPHENIE F. .................. LEMIEUX, YASMINA ..................................... LEMIRE, JULIE .............................................. LEVESQUE, COLIN E. ................................. LEWIS, PAUL J. ............................................ LIVINGSTONE, C. PATRICIA A. ................... LOEWEN, DELORES .................................... LOWES, SHELLEY A. ................................... MA, JUN JACK .............................................. MARKESTEYN, SHARON ............................. MARKEWICH, JANIE M. ............................... MARTYNIUK, MYRNA K. .............................. MAXIMUIK, BRENDA J. ................................ MAY, LEANNE M. .........................................

50,977 103,836 62,187 88,959 73,454 213,188 56,499 84,812 51,194 132,408 62,562 101,375 53,936 52,586 95,360 53,419 85,838 73,302 50,288 91,964 62,205 70,698 73,014 56,847 101,555 81,347 61,967 67,568 104,010 101,721 97,058 123,971 102,020 68,094 101,393 56,209 110,297 76,597 92,594 71,056 81,253 109,797 133,559 171,450 121,722 67,810 101,527 53,810 58,048 132,375 75,956 97,728 53,607 75,051 59,382 51,940 52,043 71,655 78,938 103,517 68,808 124,752 101,407 92,799 104,000 70,257 52,309 85,156 85,781 117,408 80,707 106,375 79,570 133,613 88,878 63,238

Public Accounts, 2014-15 MCCONNELL, JOAN ..................................... MCEWEN, M. ALICIA .................................... MCKINNON, BARBARA E. ........................... MEIER, CRYSTAL L. .................................... MELLE, DEBRA K. ........................................ MENGEL, TANYA.......................................... MENSCH, TWYLA J. .................................... MEREDITH, GEORGE .................................. MIDDLETON, KAREN ................................... MIKULSKY, WALTER A. .............................. MILLER, J. GREG ......................................... MITCHELL, JANET........................................ MOHAMMED, ANGELINA ............................. MORPHY, DEREK R. ................................... MOUGEOT, MICHELLE ................................ MUIR, KEITH D. ........................................... NAGY, EDITH M. .......................................... NEAL, CONNIE L. ........................................ NEDELCOV-ANDERSON, SUSAN L. ........... NEMETH, VAUGHN ...................................... NOWLAN, RONALD E. ................................. O'SOUP, FRANK COREY ............................. OKRAINETZ, BORIS P. ................................ OLIVER, LYNDA............................................ OSBORNE, LINDA JOAN .............................. OSHANEK, BEVERLY ................................... PARDY, DEREK ............................................ PARISIEN, DANA .......................................... PARKER, MERLA.......................................... PAZAN, DIEGO F. ........................................ PEARSON, PHIL ........................................... PELLERIN, ROSANNE B. ............................. PELLETIER, LONETTE ................................. PENNER, MAXINE ........................................ PERILLAT, BRIGITTE M. ............................. PETRIE, BRENDA ......................................... PICKETTS, VALERIE J. ............................... PINAY, ANGELLA ......................................... POBRAN-JANOSTIN, SHELLY ..................... PROKOPCHUK, NADIA ................................ PROWSE, PATRICIA O. ............................... RAMSTEAD, SHELDON D. .......................... REPSKI, CLINT G. ....................................... ROBINSON, JOCELYN R. ............................ RUNNELLS, JANICE ..................................... SADOWSKI, CALVIN..................................... SANDERS, JOANNA C. ............................... SAWATZKY, WENDY .................................... SCHELL, DOUG ............................................ SCHULZ, REBECCA K. ................................ SIROIS, DALE ............................................... SKULMOSKI, MURRAY A. ........................... SLAWINSKI, GAILEEN PAULA ..................... SMITH, EDNA J. ........................................... SMITH, JULIE................................................ SMITH, TREVOR........................................... SOHRAB, MALICK ........................................ SPELLISCY, ROBERT .................................. STADNYK, BELINDA GAIL............................ STAUCH, SHERRY LOUISE ......................... STECYK, BONNIE L. .................................... STEPHEN, CHERYL ..................................... STORLE, KRISTINE ...................................... TAYLOR, MAUREEN P. ............................... TAYLOR, SHERRY ....................................... THOMPSON, DEBRA L. ............................... TOKEVICH, GAIL MARIE .............................. TOLES, BRENT............................................. TONITA, KEVIN D. ....................................... TORRIE, ROBYN T. ..................................... TOTTON, MONICA S. .................................. TRUMIER, DARLENE.................................... VAN VLIET, ANDREA L. ............................... VELLENOWETH, MICHELLE ........................ VIRAVONG, SOUKSANH .............................. VOLK, DOUG ................................................

Education 91,650 87,106 94,525 62,720 101,571 88,541 92,834 85,157 59,382 102,625 177,867 121,722 74,374 150,606 113,117 110,296 126,619 75,134 132,813 97,241 105,824 128,761 101,929 101,466 101,949 67,016 88,497 52,047 88,871 90,962 131,937 102,822 76,180 115,122 55,032 66,065 80,794 110,769 84,324 101,562 52,539 140,153 163,315 146,340 68,514 89,816 91,540 99,700 121,722 100,384 98,778 101,763 63,337 65,753 110,129 133,268 71,915 133,479 63,354 55,999 73,449 52,043 60,706 140,543 52,047 88,387 67,704 114,043 121,281 60,480 53,475 95,034 51,882 62,751 76,286 141,554

71 WANG, JIAN .................................................. WARD, LYNSEY R. ....................................... WARNOCK, ROBERT G. .............................. WATSON, JASON J. ..................................... WATTS, JEAN F. .......................................... WAYTUCK, BRETT A. .................................. WEISGERBER, TAMMY R. ........................... WEISS, SHELLY A. ....................................... WELKE, JILL D. ............................................ WELSH, VALERIE ......................................... WHITE, TERRY ............................................. WHITEHEAD, SHELLEY CLAIRE .................. WIENS, TYLER A. ........................................ WILSON, SUSAN........................................... WINCHERAUK, DON ..................................... WOLOSHYN, DONNA M. .............................. WONG, HEIDI M. .......................................... WOODS, FLORENCE .................................... WUSCHENNY, TRICIA .................................. WYSOSKEY, VALERIE .................................. ZAZULA, DARRYL .........................................

78,883 53,710 70,011 68,023 67,371 138,888 73,577 62,030 122,603 52,047 103,438 163,056 104,192 69,892 219,222 92,568 52,044 99,079 100,758 52,047 70,705

Allowances for Members with Additional Duties MORGAN, DONALD R. Q.C. .........................$

48,198

Transfers Listed, by program, are transfers to recipients who received $50,000 or more.

K-12 Education (ED03) Achievement and Operational Support 101226544 SASKATCHEWAN INC. ..............$ ASSEMBLEE COMMUNAUTAIRE FRANSASKOISE INC. .............................. ASSOCIATION DES PARENTS FRANSASKOIS .......................................... ASSOCIATION JEUNESSE FRANSASKOISE INC. .............................. ASSOCIATION OF CRIME STOPPERS PROGRAM OF SASK. INC. ...................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CHINOOK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 211 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CHRIST THE TEACHER ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 212 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CREIGHTON SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 111 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE GOOD SPIRIT SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 204 OF SASKATCHEWAN......................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE HORIZON SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 205 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE LIGHT OF CHRIST ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 16 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE LIVING SKY SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 202 OF SASKATCHEWAN .................

200,000 315,000 166,000 155,000 55,500 336,000

76,695 52,259 253,747 277,372

263,956 455,629

72 BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE LLOYDMINSTER ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION OF SASKATCHEWAN .............. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE NORTH EAST SCHOOL DIVISION DIVISION NO. 200 OF SASKATCHEWAN..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE NORTHERN LIGHTS SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 113 OF SASKATCHEWAN..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE NORTHWEST SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 203 OF SASKATCHEWAN................. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE PRAIRIE SOUTH SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 210 OF SASKATCHEWAN..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE PRAIRIE SPIRIT SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 206 OF SASKATCHEWAN..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE PRAIRIE VALLEY SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 208 OF SASKATCHEWAN..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE PRINCE ALBERT ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 6 OF SASKATCHEWAN..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE REGINA ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 81 OF SASKATCHEWAN................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE REGINA SCHOOL DIV. NO. 4 ................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SASKATCHEWAN RIVERS SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 119 OF SASKATCHEWAN..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SASKATOON SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 13 OF SASKATCHEWAN................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SOUTH EAST CORNERSTONE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 209 OF SASKATCHEWAN............................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE ST. PAUL'S ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 20 OF SASKATCHEWAN................... CANADIAN PARENTS FOR FRENCHSASKATCHEWAN..................................... CANADIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY.............. CONSEIL CULTUREL FRANSASKOIS (CCF) ........................................................ CONSEIL SCOLAIRE FRANSASKOIS .......... FEDERATION OF SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN NATIONS ..................................... JUNIOR ACHIEVEMENT OF SASKATCHEWAN..................................... LLOYDMINSTER SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 99 ....................................................... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF CENTRAL SERVICES ......................... NEW COMMUNITY YOUTH DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ............ OFFICE OF THE TREATY COMMISSIONER ...................................... SASKATCHEWAN TEACHERS' FEDERATION ........................................... SASKATOON INDUSTRY EDUCATION COUNCIL INC. ..........................................

Education

Public Accounts, 2014-15 SOCIETE HISTORIQUE DE LA SASKATCHEWAN .....................................

69,450

908,998

892,596 116,662

66,010

371,364

363,527

221,036

232,052 458,362

839,428 712,990

67,264

574,220 130,000 68,000 138,000 2,200,000 50,000 300,000 71,790 126,098 200,000 100,000 78,232 240,500

76,000

School Operating BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CHINOOK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 211 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................. $ BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CHRIST THE TEACHER ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 212 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CREIGHTON SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 111 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE ENGLEFELD PROTESTANT SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 132 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE GOOD SPIRIT SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 204 OF SASKATCHEWAN ........................ BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE HOLY FAMILY ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 140 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE HOLY TRINITY ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 22 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE HORIZON SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 205 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE ILE A LA CROSSE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 112 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE LIGHT OF CHRIST ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 16 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE LIVING SKY SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 202 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE LLOYDMINSTER ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION OF SASKATCHEWAN ............... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE NORTH EAST SCHOOL DIVISION DIVISION NO. 200 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE NORTHERN LIGHTS SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 113 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE NORTHWEST SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 203 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE PRAIRIE SOUTH SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 210 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE PRAIRIE SPIRIT SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 206 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE PRAIRIE VALLEY SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 208 OF SASKATCHEWAN .....................................

41,375,210

14,826,408 4,651,750

1,187,878 52,382,991

7,246,614

18,942,273 53,674,579

5,858,770

17,871,034 41,178,256

7,341,890

45,135,401

50,210,072 29,365,678

51,366,992

69,682,162

53,475,062

Public Accounts, 2014-15 BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE PRINCE ALBERT ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 6 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE REGINA ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 81 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE REGINA SCHOOL DIV. NO. 4 ................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SASKATCHEWAN RIVERS SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 119 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SASKATOON SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 13 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SOUTH EAST CORNERSTONE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 209 OF SASKATCHEWAN ............................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE ST. PAUL'S ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 20 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SUN WEST SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 207 OF SASKATCHEWAN ........................ CONSEIL SCOLAIRE FRANSASKOIS .......... LLOYDMINSTER SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 99 ....................................................... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF CENTRAL SERVICES ......................... SASKATCHEWAN SCHOOL BOARDS ASSOCIATION ..........................................

Education

26,628,927

64,358,637 128,820,987

68,191,455 115,912,033

39,309,359

112,335,085 31,066,057 32,426,591 11,413,852 1,129,762 2,610,552

K-12 Initiatives ALLEGRO MONTESSORI SCHOOL ............. $ ATHOL MURRAY COLLEGE OF NOTRE DAME ........................................................ BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CHINOOK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 211 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE GOOD SPIRIT SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 204 OF SASKATCHEWAN ........................ BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE HORIZON SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 205 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE LIGHT OF CHRIST ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 16 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE LIVING SKY SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 202 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE NORTHERN LIGHTS SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 113 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE PRAIRIE SOUTH SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 210 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE PRAIRIE SPIRIT SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 206 OF SASKATCHEWAN .....................................

153,183 1,344,137 64,775 108,425 50,735

163,851 1,631,714

116,322

59,271

68,313

73 BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE PRINCE ALBERT ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 6 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE REGINA ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 81 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE REGINA SCHOOL DIV. NO. 4 ................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SASKATCHEWAN RIVERS SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 119 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SASKATOON SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 13 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE ST. PAUL'S ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 20 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................... BRILLIANT STAR MONTESSORI SCHOOL .................................................... CANADIAN REVIVAL PREPARATORY SCHOOL .................................................... CHEP GOOD FOOD INC. .............................. CORNWALL ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL INC............................................................. CURTIS-HORNE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL ........ DISCOVERY LEARNING FOUNDATION INC............................................................. EAGLE'S NEST YOUTH RANCH ................... FLIN FLON SCHOOL DIV. NO. 46 ................. GRACE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL ...................... HUNGER IN MOOSE JAW INC. .................... LEGACY CHRISTIAN ACADEMY .................. LESTER B. PEARSON COLLEGE OF THE PACIFIC ............................................. LIFEWAY CHRISTIAN ACADEMY ................. LUTHER COLLEGE ....................................... LUTHERAN COLLEGIATE BIBLE INSTITUTE ................................................ MARIA MONTESSORI PRESCHOOL & ELEMENTARY INC. ................................... MIDWEST FOOD RESOURCE PROJECT..... MONTESSORI SCHOOL OF REGINA ........... MORNING STAR CHRISTIAN ACADEMY ..... MOTHER TERESA MIDDLE SCHOOL INC. ........................................................... MULTITYPE DATABASE LICENSING FUND ......................................................... MUSKOWEKWAN SCHOOL.......................... PRAIRIE CHRISTIAN ACADEMY .................. PRAIRIE SKY SCHOOL................................. PROGRESSIVE DISCOVER-E INC. ............. RANCH EHRLO SOCIETY............................. REGENT ACADEMY...................................... REGINA EDUCATION & ACTION ON CHILD HUNGER INC. ............................... REGINA INDIAN COMMUNITY AWARENESS INC. ................................... ROCK SOLID REFUGE ................................. ROSTHERN CHRISTIAN SCHOOL ............... ROSTHERN JUNIOR COLLEGE ................... SASKTEL ....................................................... SEVENTH-DAY ADVENTIST CHRISTIAN SCHOOL ................................ SOUP HAVEN................................................ WEST FLAT CITIZENS GROUP INC. ........... WEYBURN & AREA COUNCIL ON CHILD ABUSE INC. ..................................

153,050

183,836 703,791

639,898 1,125,561

110,214 115,163 160,965 455,248 754,000 129,380 288,324 844,000 319,077 202,449 82,190 437,944 68,000 123,668 3,012,487 332,480 296,489 97,603 156,200 181,652 88,467 186,132 81,906 281,510 178,330 655,269 3,396,779 151,265 246,254 112,490 53,070 91,920 549,836 9,974,341 161,387 80,067 52,774 59,851

74

Education

School Capital BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CHINOOK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 211 OF SASKATCHEWAN................. $ BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CHRIST THE TEACHER ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 212 OF SASKATCHEWAN..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CREIGHTON SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 111 OF SASKATCHEWAN................. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE GOOD SPIRIT SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 204 OF SASKATCHEWAN ........................ BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE HOLY FAMILY ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 140 OF SASKATCHEWAN................. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE HOLY TRINITY ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 22 OF SASKATCHEWAN................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE HORIZON SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 205 OF SASKATCHEWAN................. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE ILE A LA CROSSE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 112 OF SASKATCHEWAN..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE LIGHT OF CHRIST ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 16 OF SASKATCHEWAN..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE LIVING SKY SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 202 OF SASKATCHEWAN................. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE LLOYDMINSTER ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION OF SASKATCHEWAN .............. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE NORTH EAST SCHOOL DIVISION DIVISION NO. 200 OF SASKATCHEWAN..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE NORTHERN LIGHTS SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 113 OF SASKATCHEWAN..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE NORTHWEST SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 203 OF SASKATCHEWAN................. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE PRAIRIE SOUTH SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 210 OF SASKATCHEWAN..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE PRAIRIE SPIRIT SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 206 OF SASKATCHEWAN..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE PRAIRIE VALLEY SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 208 OF SASKATCHEWAN..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE PRINCE ALBERT ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 6 OF SASKATCHEWAN..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE REGINA ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 81 OF SASKATCHEWAN...................

1,324,621

459,599 54,993 4,038,561

118,291

212,699 2,019,979

Public Accounts, 2014-15 BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE REGINA SCHOOL DIV. NO. 4 ................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SASKATCHEWAN RIVERS SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 119 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SASKATOON SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 13 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SOUTH EAST CORNERSTONE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 209 OF SASKATCHEWAN ............................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE ST. PAUL'S ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 20 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SUN WEST SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 207 OF SASKATCHEWAN ........................ CONSEIL SCOLAIRE FRANSASKOIS .......... LLOYDMINSTER SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 99 ....................................................... MARTENSVILLE, CITY OF ............................ REGINA, CITY OF ......................................... SASKATOON, CITY OF ................................. WARMAN, CITY OF....................................... WHITECAP DAKOTA FIRST NATION ...........

9,040,279

1,276,719 4,136,338

6,455,903

6,602,942 754,753 1,115,881 139,119 2,015,000 6,045,000 8,060,000 2,015,000 500,000

Educational Agencies 57,739

299,090 1,307,839

89,934

10,183,907

577,383 690,749

1,094,584

8,744,333

1,046,615

337,101

3,748,111

CORPORATION OF THE COUNCIL OF MINISTERS OF EDUCATION CANADA .................................................... $ SASKATCHEWAN ORGANIZATION FOR HERITAGE LANGUAGES ..........................

245,392 260,000

Early Years (ED08) KidsFirst BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CHINOOK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 211 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................. $ BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE GOOD SPIRIT SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 204 OF SASKATCHEWAN ........................ BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE HORIZON SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 205 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE NORTHERN LIGHTS SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 113 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SASKATCHEWAN RIVERS SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 119 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SOUTH EAST CORNERSTONE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 209 OF SASKATCHEWAN ............................... FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. HEARTLAND REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. KELSEY TRAIL REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. LLOYDMINSTER SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 99 .......................................................

76,135 76,135 76,135

655,534

337,909

76,135 270,511 76,135 187,981 76,135

Public Accounts, 2014-15 PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. PRINCE ALBERT PARKLAND REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............ REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............................... SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. SUNRISE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ..............................................

Education 623,681 76,135 968,628 561,754 430,008

Early Childhood Intervention Programs BATTLEFORDS EARLY CHILDHOOD INTERVENTION PROGRAM INC. ............ $ BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE HOLY FAMILY ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 140 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SOUTH EAST CORNERSTONE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 209 OF SASKATCHEWAN ............................... CHILDREN NORTH EARLY INTERVENTION PROGRAM INC. ............ EARLY CHILDHOOD INTERVENTION PROGRAM REGINA REGION INC. .......... MEADOW LAKE & AREA EARLY CHILDHOOD SERVICES INC. ................ MIDWEST FAMILY CONNECTIONS INC. .... NORTH EAST EARLY CHILDHOOD INTERVENTION PROGRAM ..................... PARKLAND EARLY CHILDHOOD INTERVENTION PROGRAM INC. ............ PRINCE ALBERT EARLY CHILDHOOD INTERVENTION PROGRAM INC. ............ SOUTH CENTRAL EARLY CHILDHOOD INTERVENTION PROGRAM ..................... SWIFT CURRENT & DISTRICT EARLY CHILDHOOD INTERV. PROGRAM INC. .......................................................... UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ............. WEST CENTRAL EARLY CHILDHOOD INTERVENTION PROGRAM INC. ............

325,734

74,924

417,263 151,233 621,383 339,521 148,577 220,103 224,082 338,920 158,161 218,109 638,008 128,076

Child Care 123 CARE FOR ME CHILD CARE INC. ........ $ ABBA'S HAVEN INC. .................................... ACCENT ON KIDS EARLY LEARNING & CHILDCARE CENTRE INC. .................. ALBERT CHILDCARE CO-OPERATIVE........ ALLEYKATZ EARLY LEARNING CENTRE INC. ........................................... AMATAW-MIKOSIT AWASISAK TEEN SUPPORT & DAYCARE INC. ................... ARCOLA DAYCARE CENTRE ...................... ASSINIBOIA FAMILY & CHILD CARE SERVICES INC. ....................................... AWASIS CHILDCARE CO-OPERATIVE........ AWAY WE GROW CHILD CARE INC. .......... BALGONIE EARLY LEARNING CENTRE INC. .......................................................... BEAUVAL CHILD CARE CENTRE INC. ....... BENGOUGH JUMPIN BEANS PLAY CENTRE .................................................... BIGGAR & DISTRICT DAYCARE PROJECT INC. ......................................... BLOOMS & BUDS INTERGENERATIONAL CHILD CARE CENTRE .................................................... BO-PEEP CO-OPERATIVE DAY CARE CENTRE .................................................... BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS OF SASKATOON ....

142,400 98,205 218,879 141,800 128,455 133,133 77,223 165,108 1,039,548 145,876 164,350 83,474 58,221 182,504 137,125 150,294 187,619

75 BRIGHT BEGINNINGS EARLY CHILDHOOD CENTRE CO-OPERATIVE ........................................ BROADVIEW LICENSED DAYCARE INC. .... BUFFALO NARROWS DAY CARE CENTRE . BUILDING BLOCKS CHILD DEVELOPMENT ........................................ CAMPUS DAY CARE CENTRE INC. ............ CANDO CHILD CARE & DEVELOPMENT CENTRE .................................................... CANORA COMMUNITY CHILDCARE CENTRE INC. ........................................... CARLTON INFANT CARE CENTRE INC. ..... CARNDUFF COMMUNITY DAYCARE ........... CASPER'S EARLY LEARNING CO-OPERATIVE CENTRE ......................... CATHEDRAL AREA CO-OPERATIVE DAY CARE ................................................. CATHOLIC FAMILY SERVICES OF SASKATOON ............................................. CENTRAL SASKATCHEWAN MILITARY FAMILY RESOURCE CENTRE INC. ......... CENTRE EDUCATIF GARD'AMIS ................. CENTRE EDUCATIF LE TOURNESOL INC. ........................................................... CENTRE EDUCATIF LES ETOILES FILANTES INC. ......................................... CENTRE EDUCATIF LES PETITS PINGOUINS INC. ...................................... CENTRE EDUCATIF POMME D'API.............. CENTRE EDUCATIF PROVIDENCE INC. .... CENTRE EDUCATIF TRESORS DU MONDE INC. ............................................. CHILD CARE CENTRE CO-OPERATIVE ...... CHILDREN FIRST CHILD CARE CENTRE INC. ........................................... CHILDREN'S CHOICE CHILD DEVELOPMENT CO-OPERATIVE............. CHURCHBRIDGE DAYCARE COOPERATIVE ......................................... CHURCHILL COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL DAYCARE INC. ......................... CIRCLE PROJECT CHILDREN'S CENTRE .................................................... CITY CENTRE COMMUNITY RENEWAL INITIATIVES INC. ...................................... COLOR MY WORLD CHILD CARE INC. ....... COMMUNITY CONNECTIONS INC. ............. CORONACH EARLY LEARNING LITERACY CENTRE .................................. COUNTRY MUNCHKINS DAYCARE INC. .... CRE-8-TIVE MINDS EARLY LEARNING CHILD CARE INC. ................. CREATIVE CORNERS CHILD CARE CO-OPERATIVE ........................................ CREIGHTON COMMUNITY DAYCARE INC. ........................................................... DOODLE BUG DAY CARE INC. ................... DR. BRASS DAY CARE CENTRE INC. ........ DREAM BIG CHILD CARE INC. .................... DUCKY DAY CARE CO-OPERATIVE ............ DUNDONALD CHILD CARE CENTRE ........... E-TAHKANAWASOT CARE CENTRE CORP. ....................................................... EASTVIEW CENTRE FOR EARLY LEARNING CO-OPERATIVE LTD. ............ EHRLO EARLY LEARNING CENTRE............ ELROSE ABC FAMILY CENTRE INC. .......... EMBASSY CHURCH INC. ............................ ESTERHAZY COMMUNITY DAYCARE CO-OPERATIVE LTD. ............................... ESTEVAN DAY CARE CO-OPERATIVE ........ EVER GREEN EARLY LEARNING CENTRE .................................................... FAMILIES FIRST CHILDCARE CENTRE CORP. .......................................

247,073 68,244 122,042 240,094 134,221 117,114 209,061 176,629 156,599 139,371 104,197 555,346 175,323 274,790 72,505 54,392 83,235 110,828 98,711 83,233 336,728 124,132 895,345 242,372 94,309 427,203 133,217 203,271 191,475 148,520 85,154 221,135 138,127 166,356 98,787 55,066 179,048 146,658 100,094 357,121 109,397 644,859 64,857 143,084 200,500 291,293 88,333 215,220

76 FAMILY FUTURES CHILD CARE CENTRE.................................................... FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH DAYCARE .......... FIRST NATIONS CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTRE INC. ............... FIRST STEPS STUDENT CHILD CARE CENTRE INC. (REGULAR) ....................... FIRST YEARS LEARNING CENTER INC. .......................................................... FOAM LAKE DAYCARE ................................ FOUR SQUARE GOSPEL CHURCH CANADA ................................................... FRIENDS TOGETHER CHILDCARE CO-OPERATIVE ....................................... FUN 2 BEE EARLY LEARNING CENTRE INC. ........................................... GARDERIE COOPERATIVE LES PETITES ABEILLES .................................. GARDINER PARK CHILD CARE INC. .......... GATOR PARK CHILD CARE CENTRE ......... GLENCAIRN CHILD CARE CO-OPERATIVE ....................................... GRACE CAPSTONE MINISTRIES INC. ....... GRAVELBOURG PLAY & LEARN DAYCARE ................................................. GRENFELL CHILD CARE CENTRE INC. ..... HAZLET EARLY LEARNING CENTRE.......... HERITAGE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL DAYCARE ................................................. HILLCREST EARLY LEARNING FACILITY................................................... HOPE'S HOME ............................................. HUDSON BAY CHILD CARE CO-OPERATIVE ....................................... HUMBOLDT CO-OPERATIVE DAY CARE CENTRE.................................................... HUMBOLDT PUBLIC SCHOOL CHILD CARE CENTER ......................................... HUMPTY DUMPTY CHILD CARE CO-OPERATIVE ....................................... KAMKIDS DAY CARE INC. .......................... KERROBERT DAY CARE CENTER INCORPORATED...................................... KEYANO OMA EARLY LEARNING CENTRE INC. ........................................... KID'S ZONE EARLY LEARNING & CHILD CARE FACILITY INC. ................... KID'S ZONE EARLY LEARNING & CHILD CARE FACILITY INC.-TEEN ................................................ KIDS FIRST DAY CARE CENTRE INC. ....... KIDZONE CHILD CARE INC. ....................... KINDER KOLLEGE INC. .............................. KINISTINO CHILD CARE CENTRE INC. ...... KIPLING KIDCARE CO-OPERATIVE LTD. ......................................................... KREATIVE KIDZ EARLY LEARNING CENTRE INC. ........................................... LA LOCHE DAYCARE CENTRE INC. .......... LA LOCHE PRE-SCHOOL ASSOCIATION ... LA POUPONNIERE CO-OPERATIVE DAY CARE CENTRE................................. LA RONGE CHILD CARE CO-OPERATIVE ....................................... LAFLECHE EARLY LEARNING & CHILD CARE CENTRE ............................. LAKELAND EARLY LEARNING CO-OPERATIVE ....................................... LANGENBURG & DISTRICT DAYCARE CO-OPERATIVE ....................................... LANIGAN CO-OPERATIVE DAY CARE ........ LE CENTRE EDUCATIF FELIX LE CHAT ........................................................ LEARNING TREE CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTRE INC. ...............

Education 430,562 107,585 97,500 147,383 410,947 99,951 150,236 149,758 88,703 76,821 203,874 100,160 139,922 73,596 148,628 66,947 98,507 89,591 190,874 1,254,591 151,630 118,425 63,595 127,593 120,522 135,101 208,408 114,611 200,343 413,420 57,780 85,801 166,992 141,812 101,243 66,782 155,750 58,314 296,652 109,373 177,149 157,031 157,908 243,229 274,352

Public Accounts, 2014-15 LITTLE CASTLE CHILDCARE CENTRE INC. .......................................................... LITTLE DUCKLINGS CHILDCARE INC. ....... LITTLE EXPLORERS DAYCARE INC. ......... LITTLE MEMORIES CHILD CARE CO-OPERATIVE ........................................ LITTLE MINNOWS DAYCARE CENTER INC. .......................................................... LITTLE SOULS DAYCARE ............................ LOVE & LAUGHTER CHILD CARE CENTRE INC. ........................................... LUSELAND & DISTRICT DISCOVERY DAY CARE INC. ........................................ LUTHERAN EARLY LEARNING CENTERS INC. ......................................... MACKENZIE INFANT CARE CENTRE .......... MAGGIE'S CHILD CARE CENTRE FOR TEEN PARENTS INC. ............................... MAGLOIRE KIDDIE KARE............................. MAGLOIRE TEEN INFANT CARE CENTRE (TEEN) ....................................... MEADOW LAKE & AREA EARLY CHILDHOOD SERVICES INC. .................. MEADOW LAKE OUTREACH MINISTRIES INC. ..................................... MELFORT DAY CARE CO-OPERATIVE ....... MILESTONES EARLY LEARNING CENTRE INC. ........................................... MJCD INFANT TODDLER CENTRE .............. MONTMARTRE LICENSED DAYCARE INC. .......................................................... MOOSE JAW COLLEGE DAY CARE INC. ... MOOSE JAW MULTICULTURAL COUNCIL INC. .......................................... NATURAL WONDERS EARLY LEARNING CENTRE INC. ........................................... NEXT GENERATION CHILD CARE COOPERATIVE ......................................... NIPAWIN DAY CARE CO-OPERATIVE ......... NORMANVIEW DAYCARE CORP. ............... NORTH BATTLEFORD DAY CARE CENTRE INC. ........................................... NORTH WEST CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTRE .................................................... OAK TREES & ACORNS CHILD CARE CENTRE INC. ........................................... OGEMA TOTAL LEARNING & CHILDCARE INC. ..................................... OPEN DOOR PLAYCARE INC. .................... ORR CENTRE DAYCARE INC. .................... OXBOW COMMUNITY CHILDCARE CENTRE .................................................... PANGMAN DAYCARE INC. .......................... PARENT'S CHILD DEVELOPMENT COOPERATIVE ......................................... PE-WAPAN CHILD CARE INC. .................... PELLY CHILD CARE CENTER INC. ............. PERDUE DAYCARE INC. ............................. PLAY & DISCOVER EARY LEARNING CENTRE INC. ........................................... PLAY & LEARN DAY CARE CENTRE INC. .......................................................... PLAY FAIR DAY CARE ................................. PLAYCARE CHILDRENS' SERVICES INC. .......................................................... PLAYTIME CO-OPERATIVE CHILDCARE LTD. ..................................... PRAIRIE DREAMS LEARNING CENTRE INC. .......................................................... PRESTON EARLY LEARNING CENTRE INC. .......................................................... PRIMARY DAY CARE ................................... PRINCE ALBERT CHILD CARE CO-OPERATIVE ASSOCIATION ............... PRINCE ALBERT GRAND COUNCIL WOMEN'S COMMISSION INC. .................

152,193 248,879 189,509 143,240 124,505 224,385 85,772 79,189 232,891 715,861 156,828 81,843 206,563 141,028 161,693 354,114 191,110 117,004 95,573 291,195 130,268 633,666 116,392 310,279 208,647 120,792 125,222 257,605 90,023 149,504 312,150 99,401 53,075 444,270 148,283 152,858 123,769 194,133 111,700 255,224 90,670 347,417 113,406 575,492 214,672 131,540 261,673

Public Accounts, 2014-15 PRINCE ALBERT MONTESSORI PRESCHOOL-DAYCARE KINDERGARTEN ...................................... QU'APPELLE DAYCARE INC. ...................... QUILLY WILLY EARLY LEARNING & CHILD CARE CENTRE INC. ..................... RECPLEX (TEEN) DAYCARE CENTRE ........ REDVERS EARLY LEARNING & CHILD CARE CENTRE ......................................... REGINA EARLY LEARNING CENTRE INC. .......................................................... REGINA EASTVIEW DAYCARE INC. ........... REGINA OPEN DOOR SOCIETY CHILD CARE CENTRE ......................................... RENO RASCALS EARLY LEARNING & CHILD CARE INC. .................................... RINK AVENUE DAY CARE CO-OP. ............. ROSETOWN KID CARE INC. ....................... SAKEWEW CHILD CARE CENTRE INC. ..... SALTCOATS & DISTRICT DAYCARE INC. .......................................................... SANDCASTLES CHILDCARE INC. .............. SANDY BAY STUDENT/PARENT BABYSITTING CORP. .............................. SASKATOON DOWNTOWN YOUTH CENTRE INC. ........................................... SASKATOON FRIENDS OF STUDENTS AND KIDS INC. ......................................... SASKATOON OPEN DOOR CHILD CARE CENTRE .................................................... SASKATOON STUDENT CHILD CARE CENTRE .................................................... SCOTT INFANT & TODDLER CENTRE INC. .......................................................... SHAUNAVON CHILDREN'S LEARNING CENTRE CO-OP ....................................... SIGN EARLY LEARNING CENTRE ............... SMALL WORLD DAY CARE CO-OPERATIVE........................................ SOO LINE DAY CARE CO-OPERATIVE ....... SOUTH HILL CHILD CARE CO-OPERATIVE........................................ SOUTHWEST DAY CARE & EARLY LEARNING CTR ........................................ SPADINA EARLY LEARNING & CHILDCARE CO-OPERATIVE LTD. ......... ST. BRIEUX COMMUNITY CHILD CARE CENTRE INC. ................................ ST. MARY DAYCARE INC. ........................... STC URBAN EARLY LEARNING CENTRE ... STEPPING STONES CHILD CARE CO-OPERATIVE........................................ STEWART VALLEY DAYCARE INC. ............ STOUGHTON EARLY LEARNING FACILITY COOPERATIVE ........................ STRASBOURG TINY TOTS & HELPING HANDS DAYCARE INC. ........................... SUCCESS DAYCARE INC. .......................... SUNRISE EARLY LEARNING & TEEN PARENT SUPPORT CENTER INC. .......... SUNSHINE LEARNING CENTER INC. ......... SWIFT CURRENT CHILD CARE INC. .......... TATAGWA KIDZ KARE INC. ........................ THEODORE ABC DAYCARE CENTRE INC. .......................................................... TISDALE TINY TORNADOES DAYCARE INC. .......................................................... TLC DAYCARE INC. ..................................... TRANSCONA PARK CHILD CARE CO-OPERATIVE........................................ TURTLE PARK CO-OPERATIVE CHILD CARE CENTRE ......................................... TURTLEFORD EARLY LEARNING CENTER INC. ........................................... TYKES & TOTS EARLY LEARNING CENTRE INC. ...........................................

Education

81,120 61,939 81,517 121,664 230,617 331,261 128,104 302,556 83,440 150,792 210,477 248,094 95,437 454,976 217,115 105,525 227,904 340,786 930,922 231,479 211,114 199,286 164,242 387,514 177,365 220,300 754,364 301,752 233,239 283,028 1,368,695 66,878 94,302 76,628 68,056 214,272 105,680 145,530 157,336 85,405 148,101 161,655 192,716 214,887 108,486 482,180

77 UNITY COMMUNITY DAYCARE CORPORATION......................................... USSU CHILD CARE CENTRE ....................... VAL MARIE COMMUNITY DAY CARE INC. ........................................................... VANSCOY & DISTRICT EARLY LEARNING CENTER ................................. VILLAGE CENTRE CHILD CARE .................. WARMAN CHILDCARE CENTRE INC. ......... WASCANA DAY CARE CO-OPERATIVE ...... WASKAHIGANIHK EARLY CHILDHOOD DEVELOPMENT CENTRE CORP. ............ WATSON REGIONAL DAYCARE CENTRE INC. ........................................................... WAWOTA & COMMUNITY EARLY LEARNING CENTER ................................. WELDON CHILD CARE INC. ........................ WESMOR COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL TEEN FACILITY CENTER ......................... WEST FLAT CITIZENS GROUP INC. ........... WEST RIDGE CHILDCARE CENTRE CORP. ....................................................... WEST SIDE EARLY LEARNING AND CARE COOP.............................................. WESTGATE ALLIANCE CHURCH INC. ........ WHITMORE PARK CHILD CARE COOPERATIVE ......................................... WISE OWL SCHOOL AGE CARE INC. .......... WISH UPON A STAR EARLY LEARNING CENTRE INC. ........................ WOODLAND CHILD CARE COOPERATIVE ......................................... WYNYARDIGANS CHILD CARE CENTER CORPORATION......................................... YMCA CHILD CARE CENTRE ....................... YMCA CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTRE ...... YMCA CREATE N LEARN ............................. YMCA GROW N LEARN ................................ YMCA NORTH WEST CHILD CARE CENTRE .................................................... YMCA PLAY N LEARN CHILDCARE CENTRE .................................................... YMCA ROCHDALE CHILD CARE CENTRE .................................................... YMCA SOUTH CHILD CARE CENTRE.......... YWCA DAY CARE CENTRE INC. ................. YWCA FAMILY CHILDREN'S CENTRE ......... YWCA SASKATOON CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTRE .........................

84,420 218,503 67,111 111,044 289,161 177,282 161,393 97,703 65,395 106,133 140,318 163,546 206,515 152,854 142,554 215,481 124,694 75,745 94,567 129,750 114,597 378,868 393,896 65,706 251,489 351,022 546,983 301,847 193,232 850,416 162,129 175,942

Child Care Capital Transfers BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE PRINCE ALBERT ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 6 OF SASKATCHEWAN .....................................$ BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SASKATOON SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 13 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................... CONSEIL SCOLAIRE FRANSASKOIS .......... UNIVERSITY OF REGINA .............................

550,000 95,240 500,000 500,000

Literacy (ED17) BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE NORTHERN LIGHTS SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 113 OF SASKATCHEWAN .....................................$ CARLTON TRAIL COLLEGE ......................... COLLEGE MATHIEU ..................................... CUMBERLAND COLLEGE ............................ GREAT PLAINS COLLEGE ...........................

455,000 91,692 74,407 50,192 137,208

78 LLOYDMINSTER LEARNING COUNCIL ASSOCIATION .......................................... NORTH WEST COLLEGE ............................. NORTHLANDS COLLEGE ............................ PARKLAND COLLEGE ................................. READ SASKATOON INC. ............................ SASKATCHEWAN LITERACY NETWORK INC. .......................................................... SASKATCHEWAN POLYTECHNIC .............. SOUTHEAST COLLEGE ...............................

Education 108,331 50,192 123,693 50,192 110,111 175,000 156,153 50,192

Provincial Library (ED15) BC LIBRARIES COOPERATIVE ................... $ CHINOOK REGIONAL LIBRARY .................. LAKELAND LIBRARY REGION..................... MULTITYPE DATABASE LICENSING FUND ........................................................ PAHKISIMON NUYE-AH LIBRARY SYSTEM.................................................... PALLISER REGIONAL LIBRARY .................. PARKLAND REGIONAL LIBRARY ................ REGINA PUBLIC LIBRARY ........................... SASKATCHEWAN INFORMATION & LIBRARY SERVICES ................................ SASKATOON PUBLIC LIBRARY .................. SASKTEL ...................................................... SOUTHEAST REGIONAL LIBRARY ............. WAPITI REGIONAL LIBRARY....................... WHEATLAND REGIONAL LIBRARY .............

91,000 669,371 817,025 110,684 981,300 740,886 899,311 609,646 114,000 669,954 193,069 964,876 1,074,180 936,350

Teachers' Pensions and Benefits (ED04) Teachers' Superannuation Plan (Statutory) TEACHERS' DISABILITY BENEFITS ACCOUNT................................................. $ 1,760,872 TEACHERS' SUPERANNUATION FUND...... 214,201,992

Teachers' Group Life Insurance (Statutory) SUN LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA ................................................... $

2,065,395

Teachers' Dental Plan SUN LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF CANADA ................................................... $ TEACHERS' DENTAL PLAN IMPREST ACCOUNT.................................................

570,437 10,828,350

Saskatchewan Teachers' Retirement Plan (Statutory) SASKATCHEWAN TEACHERS' RETIREMENT PLAN ................................. $

85,050,508

Teachers' Extended Health Plan SASKATCHEWAN TEACHERS' FEDERATION ........................................... $

19,495,103

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Goods and Services Minister's Travel MARCHUK, RUSSELL P. ............................. $ MORGAN, DONALD R. ................................

2,794 6,604

Goods and Services Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for the provision of goods and services, including travel, office supplies, communications, contracts, and equipment. ALLSET TRANSLATION ................................ $ AON HEWITT INC. ....................................... ARCAS GROUP INC. ................................... BMO PURCHASE CARDS-EDUCATION ....... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CHINOOK SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 211 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................. BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE CHRIST THE TEACHER ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 212 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE HOLY TRINITY ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 22 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE PRAIRIE VALLEY SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 208 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE REGINA SCHOOL DIV. NO. 4 ................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SASKATCHEWAN RIVERS SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 119 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SASKATOON SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 13 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................... BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE ST. PAUL'S ROMAN CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 20 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................... C. FLEURY CONSULTING ............................ CONSEIL SCOLAIRE FRANSASKOIS .......... ESTI CONSULTING SERVICES .................... FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. GROUP2 ARCHITECTURE INTERIOR DESIGN INC. ............................................ INSIGHTRIX RESEARCH .............................. JAMES EVANS & ASSOCIATES LTD. ......... KDL CONSULTING LTD. .............................. KELSEY TRAIL REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. MAMAWETAN CHURCHILL RIVER REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............ MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF CENTRAL SERVICES ......................... PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. PRICEWATERHOUSECOOPERS LLP .......... R.A. MALATEST & ASSOCIATES LTD. ........ REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............................... SASKATCHEWAN TEACHERS' FEDERATION ............................................ SASKATOON, CITY OF ................................. SASKTEL.......................................................

79,745 88,633 59,321 1,073,300 970,672

100,000

810,118

899,679 404,439

100,253 555,304

463,159 109,988 71,116 202,933 100,000 3,626,913 55,391 212,272 92,715 100,000 220,000 14,207,606 100,000 557,881 149,949 100,000 585,465 100,000 2,152,043

Public Accounts, 2014-15 TETRA TECH EBA ........................................ UNIVERSITY OF REGINA ............................. UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN .............

Education 422,250 94,190 85,350

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Environment (Vote 26) The Ministry works with Saskatchewan stakeholders to protect our air, land and natural resources to achieve a high environmental standard and to support sustainable development in the usage of these resources. The Ministry leads the Government’s efforts to help Saskatchewan people and communities Go Green and to meet provincial greenhouse gas emission targets.

Central Management and Services (Subvote EN01) Objective To provide executive direction, leadership and central administration, financial and human resource management, internal communications and public education programs. Program Delivery This program provides executive direction and centrallymanaged services in the areas of finance, communications, and other operational services that include accommodations required for the delivery of the Ministry’s mandate. It also provides central services to the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport on a cost-recovery basis.

Climate Change (Subvote EN06) Objective To implement programs and initiatives that reduce greenhouse gas emissions, increase our ability to respond to the impacts of climate change and promote investment in low-carbon technologies and innovative solutions. Program Delivery This program develops and administers policies, codes, regulations and legislation to deliver the provincial climate change plan. It develops offset protocols and performance agreements, undertakes emissions and economic modelling, and develops technical guidance for measuring, reporting and verifying greenhouse gas emissions reported by regulated emitters. It also leads the provincial Go Green program which promotes the reduction and avoidance of greenhouse gas emissions, energy efficiency, water and biodiversity conservation, climate change adaptation, and education and public awareness.

Landscape Stewardship (Subvote EN15) Objective To manage and to ensure ecosystem health is maintained and protected in balance with making land available for use. Program Delivery This program develops and administers policies and programs for the management of Crown resource land. It develops and implements land use plans and environmental effects studies, and responds to Treaty Land Entitlement and specific land claims involving Crown land. It also develops and coordinates public engagement, consultation and aboriginal resource management programming.

Environmental Support (Subvote EN14) Objective To coordinate and deliver key corporate functions, policies and activities across the Ministry through strategic planning and performance improvement and the Client Service Office. Program Delivery This program provides strategic planning and reporting, core program reviews, occupational health and safety, compliance planning, risk assessment and management, and performance measurement. It provides centralized information management, cartographic and E-GIS services. It also assists citizens and stakeholders to navigate the Ministry’s regulation process through its Client Service Offices.

Fish and Wildlife (Subvote EN07) Objective To maintain and enhance fish and wildlife, biological diversity and healthy ecosystems within the Province. Program Delivery This program conserves and allocates fish and wildlife populations and maintains biodiversity resources to optimize social and economic benefits for Saskatchewan residents. The Fish and Wildlife Development Fund assists in protecting vulnerable fish and wildlife habitat, and promoting resource education and endangered species programming.

Compliance and Field Services (Subvote EN08) Objective To deliver environmental protection, natural resource allocation, compliance and enforcement services in the Province. Program Delivery This program provides services in support of all environmental and resource management programs. It develops and delivers province-wide compliance and field services programs to support protection of the environment and management of natural resource utilization. It also provides compliance and field services in provincial parks to the Ministry of Parks, Culture and Sport and compliance services related to aquatic habitat protection to the Water Security Agency on a cost-recovery basis.

Environmental Protection (Subvote EN11) Objective Ensuring positive environmental outcomes through the development and implementation of modern environmental protection regulations, policies, standards and programs that promote innovation, continuous improvements and compliance.

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Program Delivery This program protects the environment and human health from the potential adverse effects from municipal and industrial development. It manages the environmental impact assessment process and the environmental audit programs. It coordinates the development of the ResultsBased Regulation and Saskatchewan Environmental Code and provides technical resources that support environmental protection activities. It manages the industry stewardship recycling, hazardous material response and impacted sites programs. It also provides financial support to the Beverage Container Collection and Recycling System.

Forest Services (Subvote EN09) Objective To develop, implement, and administer provincial forest policy and programs which provide for sustainable forest management, promote economic development of forest products and mitigate the effects of natural forces that degrade forests. Program Delivery This program delivers an eco-system based approach to managing provincial forests by allocating forest resources to promote sustainable forest industry development, monitoring forest health and administering forest inventory and renewal programs.

Wildfire Management (Subvote EN10) Objective Ensures the Province has appropriate wildland firefighting resources, work with residents and businesses to reduce wildfire risk and improve wildfire protection preparedness, assists in reducing forest fuels adjacent to communities and businesses, undertakes control and suppression of wildfires and allows for the natural role of wildfire in the boreal forest ecosystem. Program Delivery This program delivers wildfire prevention, detection, monitoring and suppression in order to protect values at risk and prevent personal, business and provincial infrastructure losses. It promotes awareness of wildfire risk and associated prevention measures, and maintains ground resources, an aerial wildfire fighting fleet, a tower wildfire detection and weather network.

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (Subvote EN18) Objective To account for expenses and expense recoveries that do not require appropriation. Program Delivery This program accounts for the estimated annual consumption of the Ministry’s capital assets. Amortization is calculated using the straight-line method based on the estimated useful service life of the asset. Amortization is a non-voted, non-cash expense.

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82

Environment

Central Management and Services (EN01) Minister's Salary (Statutory)............................................................................ $ Executive Management.................................................................................. Central Services............................................................................................. Accommodation Services............................................................................... Subvote Total

Salaries & Benefits 48 $ 1,188 3,756 ........ 4,992

Capital Transfers ........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

Operating Transfers

Goods and Services (1)

........ $ ........ 45 ........ 45

........ $ 121 5,691 5,006 10,818

1

Capital Asset Amortization

(thousands of dollars) Other Expenses

Internal Recoveries

Total

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ 23 ........ 23

........ $ ........ (602) ........ (602)

48 1,309 8,913 5,006 15,276

101

........

........

........

851

Climate Change (EN06)..............................................................

749

........

Landscape Stewardship (EN15) Land............................................................................................................... Aboriginal Affairs............................................................................................ Subvote Total

2,619 365 2,984

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

472 73 545

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

3,091 438 3,529

Environmental Support (EN14) Strategic Planning and Performance Improvement......................................... Data Management.......................................................................................... Client Services............................................................................................... Subvote Total

642 587 775 2,004

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

174 147 55 376

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

816 734 830 2,380

Fish and Wildlife (EN07) Fish and Wildlife Program............................................................................... Fish and Wildlife Development Fund............................................................... Subvote Total

3,550 ........ 3,550

........ ........ ........

188 3,569 3,757

2,661 ........ 2,661

........ ........ ........

8 ........ 8

........ ........ ........

6,407 3,569 9,976

........

5

4,488

........

........

(602)

16,731

1,580 39 ........ 1,423 1,294 4,336

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

5,410 1,114 23,724 3,339 2,573 36,160

Compliance and Field Services (EN08)....................................

12,840

Environmental Protection (EN11) Environmental Protection Program................................................................. Environmental Assessment............................................................................ Beverage Container Collection and Recycling System.................................... Technical Resources...................................................................................... Results-based Regulations and Code Management........................................ Subvote Total

3,230 1,075 ........ 1,519 1,279 7,103

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

600 ........ 23,724 397 ........ 24,721

Forest Services (EN09) Forest Programs............................................................................................. Reforestation.................................................................................................. Insect and Disease Control............................................................................. Subvote Total

4,975 ........ ........ 4,975

........ ........ ........ ........

27 ........ ........ 27

1,440 2,448 2,166 6,054

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

6,442 2,448 2,166 11,056

Wildfire Management (EN10) Forest Fire Operations.................................................................................... Recoverable Fire Suppression Operations...................................................... Forest Fire Capital Projects............................................................................ Subvote Total

20,929 906 ........ 21,835

........ ........ ........ ........

10 ........ ........ 10

26,398 652 ........ 27,050

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

47,337 1,558 ........ 48,895

Public Accounts, 2014-15

Environment

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (EN18) Amortization - Infrastructure........................................................................... Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.......................................... Amortization - Machinery and Equipment........................................................ Amortization - Transportation Equipment........................................................ Amortization - Office and Information Technology........................................... Subvote Total Total

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ $

(1) Includes communication expense of $536 and travel expense of $5,282.

61,032 $

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ $

83

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

28,566 $

56,429 $

83 341 912 7,070 1,091 9,497 9,497 $

........ ........ ........ 6 ........ 6 37 $

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ (1,204) $

83 341 912 7,076 1,091 9,503 154,357

84

Environment

Salaries and Benefits Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for salaries, wages, honorariums, etc. and for pension and public sector benefits. Salaries ABERNETHY, BRENDAN CRAIG ................. $ ACHTYMICHUK, DALE E. ............................ ACKERMAN, NELSON R. ............................ ACKERMAN, SCOTT .................................... ADAMS, CHERYL ......................................... ADILMAN, GREGORY .................................. ANDERSEN, MICHAEL D. ........................... ANDERSON, PENNY M. .............................. ANDREW, SCOTT A C. ................................ ANDRYCHUK, TYRONE P. .......................... ARNOLD, LORI ............................................. ASHTON, RICHARD L. ................................ ATKINSON, ANDREA ................................... AUBE, KENNETH MARVIN ........................... BAKHSH, NADEEM KHUDA ......................... BAKKE, MICHAEL P. ................................... BALICKI, ROBBERT ALLEN ......................... BANKS, MICHAEL D. ................................... BARLOW, DUANE A. ................................... BAROOTES, BARBARA................................ BASCHAK, LAWRENCE ............................... BASCHUK, KELLY ........................................ BAST, DANNY A. ......................................... BATES, RICHARD L. .................................... BATESON, KYLE .......................................... BELHUMEUR, DEANNA ............................... BELL, JOHN .................................................. BELL, LORETTA A. ...................................... BELL, LORRAINE K. .................................... BENOIT, ROBYN J. ...................................... BERARD, CHARLENE .................................. BERGH, RYAN J. ......................................... BEVERIDGE, EDWARD D. .......................... BEWER, ROBERT M. ................................... BIHUN, GEORGE A. .................................... BILASH, JAMIE MICHELLE........................... BITTER, BRENT............................................ BLAIS, JODY DENIS ..................................... BOCK, RALPH E. ......................................... BODNARYK, DARRYL E. ............................. BOEHR, WESLEY E. .................................... BOND, SHELLEY L. ..................................... BONE, WILLIAM G. ...................................... BORGERSON, DON A. ................................ BOSGOED, CHARLES A. ............................ BOURLON, EARL E. .................................... BOYARSKI, ROSANNE WILMA .................... BOYER, LAINE ............................................. BRAATEN, ERIC S. ...................................... BRAATEN, MARIE A. ................................... BRADBURN, CONNIE LEA ........................... BREKER, KARL THEODORE ....................... BREKER, TERRY C. .................................... BROWN, BARRY C. ..................................... BROWN, CHRISTOPHER R. ....................... BROWN, EDWARD B. .................................. BROWN, ROGER.......................................... BRYSON, THEODOR.................................... BUCHYNSKI, JANICE RAE ........................... BUETTNER, KEVIN C. ................................. BURTNEY, MATTHEW J. A. ........................ BUSSE, ANDREA M. .................................... CAISSY, NED K. .......................................... CALLELE, KEVIN K. ..................................... CAMPBELL, KRISTA .................................... CARLSON, RANDELL LYLE .........................

68,092 68,792 77,362 62,258 53,051 84,071 75,384 74,042 75,728 72,565 75,618 121,722 101,381 120,984 69,088 69,541 55,285 71,770 66,205 63,045 107,036 92,472 67,196 68,261 76,529 50,271 62,550 71,053 50,840 56,721 65,785 67,105 104,016 72,652 92,254 60,409 101,985 62,658 110,692 84,522 85,793 61,426 84,030 60,486 110,730 95,678 77,882 51,139 80,487 61,263 87,397 71,721 61,113 93,709 91,985 95,667 117,088 64,232 50,030 69,661 69,283 60,701 72,903 141,600 97,098 71,110

Public Accounts, 2014-15

CARLSON, WARNER FRANCIS ................... CARSWELL, A. ALAN.................................... CHARTRAND, JAMIE W. .............................. CHELL, REGAN J. ........................................ CHERNEY, BRADEN K. ............................... CHUNG, CHE-WEI ........................................ CLARK, A. KIM .............................................. CLARKE, CHRIS ........................................... CLARKE, MURRAY ....................................... CLIFFORD, TERRY R. ................................. CLINCKE, KYLA D. ....................................... CLOAK, HAZEL E. ........................................ COBB, DAVID A. .......................................... CONKIN, KATHERINE ROSE ........................ COOK, ANDY ................................................ COSSETTE, RYAN R. .................................. COSTLEY, ANDREW I. ................................ COTTRELLE, JANICE ................................... CRANE, NICK J. ........................................... CRAYNE, KELLY D. ..................................... CRIDLAND, LORNE J. .................................. CRITTENDEN, KEVIN W. ............................. DAGENAIS, HENRI J. ................................... DAIGNEAULT, DENNIS G. ........................... DALE-JOHNSON, DOUG .............................. DALEY, MICHAEL ANTHONY ....................... DALLYN, CHRIS E. ....................................... DAVIES, JEFF O. ......................................... DAVIS, KIM.................................................... DEAN, EDWARD LOUIS................................ DEARBORN, BRUCE ELMER ....................... DEBRUIN, JOHN W. ..................................... DECKER, PHILIP G. ..................................... DELONG, HOWARD...................................... DERENIWSKI, JEFF ...................................... DESJARLAIS, KRISTEN LEE ........................ DESROSIERS, DEBORA K. ......................... DHITAL, NARAYAN P. .................................. DICKIE, WANDA LYNNE ............................... DIEMERT, BRETT ......................................... DIETZ, MARK P. ........................................... DILLABAUGH, KENNETH G. ........................ DOBKO, STEPHEN A. .................................. DOELL, VERNON .......................................... DOHERTY, CHAD A. .................................... DONALD, ERICKA J. .................................... DOUGLAS, RAE L. ....................................... DOW, STEVEN K. ........................................ DOWNES, KEITH A. ..................................... DOYLE, MARK D. ......................................... DRECHSLER, MARVIN D. ............................ DRUMHELLER, KYLE Z. .............................. DUFFY, MARK J. .......................................... DUFOUR, CAMILLE G. ................................. DUMONT, DONNA ........................................ DUNCAN, KIRK A. ........................................ DUNN, CHRISTOPHER L. ............................ DURAND, CORY M. ..................................... DUTCHAK, NATHAN T. ................................ DYCK, ADAM A. J. ........................................ DYCK, GARRY A. ......................................... DYCK, NORMAN E. ...................................... DYE, DWAYNE .............................................. EASTON, RANDI ........................................... ECKERT, MATTHEW .................................... EHALT, LYLE F. ........................................... ELDERKIN, IRA B. ........................................ ELLIOTT, KELLEY J. .................................... ENGELE, JARET D. ...................................... ENGELE, RYAN D. ....................................... ENGLAND, BRIANNE M. .............................. ERICKSON, RONALD W. ............................. ESPIE, RICHARD H. M. ................................ FAFARD, JEAN-CLAUDE P. ......................... FAJT, CRYSTAL L. ....................................... FAN, BAOSHENG .........................................

91,340 63,893 82,580 92,827 72,432 56,939 121,722 85,885 66,492 71,395 71,401 58,300 101,713 69,726 83,796 89,848 68,734 88,878 66,565 69,225 75,767 82,318 77,551 104,328 100,758 81,169 92,079 81,673 98,213 110,580 92,888 103,140 100,758 88,886 70,039 61,635 79,679 59,055 52,047 86,817 89,544 84,919 86,728 74,941 86,347 60,824 65,985 68,049 63,345 92,160 69,008 70,993 106,480 54,718 66,570 55,061 110,730 58,483 64,007 76,503 104,169 62,682 92,559 51,210 59,312 105,908 70,465 55,418 61,361 69,697 52,808 110,730 97,765 83,508 59,131 59,591

Public Accounts, 2014-15 FAYANT, SYLVIA .......................................... FEDORUK, VERNA L. .................................. FERGUSON, GLENN JAMES ....................... FERGUSON, MARTY GLEN ......................... FIALA, CALVIN G. ........................................ FIELDER, SHALAYN GAYLE ........................ FINLAY, TREVOR K. .................................... FISCHER, JAMES L. .................................... FITZSIMONDS, KEVIN D. ............................ FLOCH, DAVID J. ......................................... FLODELL, MICHAEL E. ................................ FRASER, BRYAN JAMES ............................. FRASER, JAMES A. ..................................... FREMONT, LARRY F. .................................. FREY, KEVIN S. ........................................... FROLICK, WILLIAM B. ................................. FRONDALL, BRENT ..................................... FRY, KRISTEN R. ........................................ GAMMELL, SARAH E. .................................. GARDINER, ROBERT H. ............................. GAUDET, CHRIS J. ...................................... GAUDET, MARIO A. ..................................... GAUTHIER, GWEN M. ................................. GAUTHIER, VICKI L. .................................... GAZEY, KATHLEEN E. ................................ GEE, EDGAR H. ........................................... GELHORN, LANE ADAM .............................. GIBBONS, REBECCA ................................... GIBSON, JAMIE D. ....................................... GILLICH, ANDREW S. .................................. GLASS, EDWARD J. .................................... GRAINGER, ROBERT L. .............................. GRAY, CHRIS M. ......................................... GRAY, GORDON LORNE ............................. GRAYBIEL, R. KIM ........................................ GREBSTAD, DONALD J. ............................. GREENE, BONNIE L. ................................... GRIFFITH, MEGAN K. .................................. GRISDALE, DEAN M. ................................... GRUNDNER, LEON DARREL ....................... GULBAEK-PEARCE, TOMESINE G. ............ HAENSEL, KEITH ......................................... HANSEN, KIM A. .......................................... HANSON, DARRELL P. ................................ HANSON, KYLE C. ....................................... HANSON, ROBERT A. ................................. HAPP, GILBERT L. ....................................... HARDCASTLE, COREY M. .......................... HARDY, BETH C. ......................................... HARRIS, CAMILLE M. .................................. HARRISON, GARY A. .................................. HARRISON, KEVIN J. .................................. HARVEY, SCOTT P. ..................................... HAUGEN, GARTH ......................................... HAUGEN, KIM HAROLD ............................... HAYES, GREG E. ......................................... HAYES, MICHAEL......................................... HEIDEL, DAVID R. ....................................... HEMBRUCH, GARY W. ................................ HERBERT, PAMELA E. ................................ HERBERT, PENNY L. .................................. HERZOG, RHONDA L. ................................. HILDEBRAND, RICHARD D. ........................ HILDERMAN, MURRAY D. ........................... HILTS, ROBIN RONALD ............................... HILTS, TROY M. ........................................... HLASNY, RON E. ......................................... HOFFART, PATRICIA ................................... HOLBIRD, JOEY J. ....................................... HOQUE, SHEIKH MOHAMMED NIZAMUL.... HORDENCHUK, SHARLA ............................. HORNE, LAWRENCE E. .............................. HOUDEK, ALEXEI J. .................................... HOVDEBO, JOAN B. .................................... HOWE, DONALD B. ..................................... HOWEY, CASEY T. ......................................

Environment 53,168 58,124 64,649 76,165 70,943 60,711 77,524 72,618 83,734 80,454 71,840 82,829 70,937 76,807 63,321 61,030 52,775 90,834 95,255 108,519 60,978 92,251 52,869 92,627 92,222 77,331 86,226 85,073 66,022 84,773 71,155 72,040 91,289 74,985 118,707 84,907 69,874 88,735 87,857 72,858 68,259 70,765 71,763 60,008 59,209 72,689 82,079 95,404 65,621 65,451 100,758 56,729 71,599 87,041 76,415 104,391 90,691 101,951 58,142 112,704 59,382 88,878 83,519 89,969 91,231 88,431 93,096 50,311 56,634 67,900 81,047 66,204 70,872 52,712 79,996 89,904

HRYNKIW, ALAN T. ...................................... HUBKA, JEREMY R. ..................................... HUDSON, LEONARD E. A. ........................... HWANG, YEEN TEN...................................... HYGGEN, MERCEDES ................................. ISAAC, MARTIN............................................. JACOBSON, TREVOR TODD ........................ JAIN, PRITAM S. .......................................... JANFADA, ARASH ........................................ JANKE, BARBARA J. .................................... JANSEN, CHERYL ........................................ JANZEN, RAECHELLE .................................. JESSOP, DARYL W. ..................................... JOERISSEN, ROCHELLE M. ........................ JOHNS, BRAD S. .......................................... JOHNSON, GREG M. ................................... JOHNSON, JEREMY A. ................................ JONES, DANA-LYNN I. ................................. JORGENSEN, FREDERICK J. ...................... JOYCE, PETER EDWARD............................. KATZBERG, TERESA M. .............................. KEAST, DEREK J. ........................................ KEITH, R. JEFFREY ...................................... KEITH, SARAH J. ......................................... KELLEY, LYNN I. .......................................... KELLY, BETH M. A. ...................................... KELLY, BRENDA J. ...................................... KELLY, DEVON T. M. ................................... KEMP, VALERIE L. ....................................... KENT, BRIAN EDMOND ................................ KHAN, TAHIDUN ........................................... KINZEL, MARNIE L. ...................................... KIPPENHUCK, CLYDE .................................. KISS, DALE ................................................... KLASSEN, DARRELL K. ............................... KLASSEN, MARLON K. ................................ KNIHNISKI, DAVID JOHN .............................. KOBACK, LOIS GAIL ..................................... KOKESCH, TIM ............................................. KONG, XIANHUA ........................................... KOOB, MURRAY MICHAEL........................... KOTYK, WESLEY P. ..................................... KOZOWY, CLARA MAY ................................. KRAYETSKI, BRENT W. ............................... KRIENKE, RYAN L. ....................................... KRISTOFF, DALE M. .................................... KRUUS, ROBERT V. .................................... KUCHIRKA, AARON JAMES ......................... KULYK, CORINNE D. ................................... KURJATA, GLEN ........................................... L'HEUREUX, LAURIE LEE............................. LABACH, KENNETH A. ................................. LAMBERT, JENNA MARIE ............................ LAPWORTH, SHAUNE .................................. LARSON, VERNE L. ..................................... LAVERDIERE, LORRAINE ............................ LAWSON, COLIN........................................... LEE, CURTIS E. ............................................ LEE, JACENDA L. ......................................... LEE, JACK R. ................................................ LEES, CHARLES ........................................... LEKO, LINDSEY D. ....................................... LESKO, APRIL A. ......................................... LETKEMAN, DARREN CRAIG ....................... LI, ZHE........................................................... LIDSTER, ROBERT ....................................... LIEDTKE, PETER ANTHONY ........................ LINDENAS, DAVID G. ................................... LOCKHART, BROCK M. ............................... LOITZ, RONALD C. ....................................... LORAN, TIMOTHY ......................................... LOSETH, PHILIP E. ...................................... LOSTER, DARREN R. .................................. LOUNSBURY, DALE BRUCE ........................ LUEKEN, CAMERON L. ................................ LUNDQUIST, DONNA M. ..............................

85 70,758 96,633 95,776 122,478 51,026 88,504 71,633 97,772 97,643 94,760 105,322 69,745 131,551 71,440 73,043 100,758 73,763 72,883 95,926 89,077 63,142 89,009 88,755 113,561 121,722 56,899 59,382 59,823 53,407 109,442 63,758 91,173 54,185 77,264 54,866 76,190 70,719 52,047 93,709 83,431 83,455 133,830 52,500 75,542 71,073 104,144 73,021 106,888 82,280 83,676 63,731 97,755 93,857 88,265 70,754 72,069 71,239 119,664 52,254 80,792 110,730 70,463 84,132 84,021 72,526 69,660 62,245 110,730 67,817 63,394 88,370 83,431 91,650 64,693 86,610 64,736

86 MACAULEY, NEIL A. .................................... MACDONALD, JEFFREY J. ......................... MACKASEY, J. PATRICK ............................. MACZEK, PAUL D. ....................................... MAIER, CHRIS A. ......................................... MAMER, CYNTHIA C. .................................. MASKO, TRACY R. ...................................... MATCHETT, DOUGLAS J. ........................... MAXWELL, EVAN ......................................... MAZIL, GERTRUDE E. ................................. MCADAM, SUSAN M. .................................. MCARTHUR, DAWN MARIE ......................... MCCALLUM, ANNETTE R. .......................... MCCALLUM, LOUIE ...................................... MCCOLGAN, MICHAEL J. ........................... MCCULLUM, KEVIN R. ................................ MCCUTCHEON, ALLAN ............................... MCEACHERN, MICHELE R. ........................ MCGILL, TODD D. ....................................... MCGUIRE, COLLIN R. C. ............................. MCINTOSH, RORY ....................................... MCKAY, CARRIE LEE................................... MCKAY, GREG L. ........................................ MCKAY, JEFFREY D. .................................. MCKILLOP, JENNIFER J. . ........................... MCLARTY, BRUCE D. ................................. MCLAUGHLAN, MICHAEL S. ....................... MCLEOD, DANNY J. .................................... MCLEOD, JAMES E. .................................... MEHL, KATHERINE R. ................................. MERKOWSKY, ALAN T. .............................. MERKOWSKY, JENNIFER J. ....................... METZ, TROY K. ........................................... MICHAELS, RHONDA LEE ........................... MILLER, QUINCY.......................................... MINTER, DARYL ........................................... MOLNAR, ZOLTON APOLLO........................ MOORE, LLOYD WILLIAM ............................ MORIN, ALENA O. M. .................................. MORIN, BRENDA LEE .................................. MOULDING, TIM ........................................... MOYSEY, JOHN E. ...................................... MULLIGAN, RYAN P. ................................... MURPHY, KEVIN M. .................................... MYTOPHER, RONNIE .................................. NAELAPEA, OTT .......................................... NESBITT, BLAKE E. .................................... NESS, KEN B. .............................................. NEUMAN, TIMOTHY ..................................... NICHOLS, SHARILEE M. ............................. NICHOLSON, SINDY L. ............................... NICHOLSON, VALERIE M. .......................... NICOLS, ROSS ............................................. NISBET, VIRGINIA M. .................................. NIVEN, GORDON P. .................................... NORDAL, COREY B. .................................... NORMAN, KARI LYNN .................................. NYGREN, RANDY E. ................................... O'BRIEN, DAN L. ......................................... OLESEN, ASHLEY B. ................................... OLEXSON, TODD ......................................... OLIVER, NATALIE ........................................ OLIVER, SYDNEY JAMES ............................ OLSON, FERGUS F. .................................... OLSON, SAMUEL D. .................................... OMOTH, KEVIN C. ....................................... OPEKOKEW, NORMAN S. ........................... OSBORNE, JAMES....................................... OTTERSON, BARRY E. ............................... PAINCHAUD, MARC A. ................................ PAN, SIYUE .................................................. PAPASTERGIOU, SPIROS ........................... PARKMAN, DOUGLAS DONALD .................. PARSONS, FRAZER G. ............................... PASCHKE, JAMIE M. ................................... PASCHKE, MICHAEL....................................

Environment 82,352 81,116 92,175 100,758 65,097 73,346 88,167 69,239 54,449 52,920 68,965 57,392 53,913 60,663 64,506 153,780 85,469 73,454 83,000 65,184 101,426 69,318 58,222 83,438 133,830 71,083 92,963 81,624 71,898 82,862 92,547 92,548 74,466 88,308 84,975 104,213 78,561 73,513 57,522 52,163 110,517 58,162 84,143 162,963 71,823 74,980 83,868 91,426 83,470 63,256 68,137 75,251 92,412 88,888 93,709 93,931 52,350 69,243 75,494 110,730 121,722 59,382 73,573 97,777 70,534 56,992 75,768 69,646 84,466 100,758 68,425 92,540 50,698 50,121 58,902 72,695

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PATERSON, JEFF W. .................................. PATTERSON, DIANE M. .............................. PATTERSON, TROY ..................................... PECHAWIS, DONALD C. .............................. PEDERSON, DAVINE R. .............................. PEETERS, MERVIN J. .................................. PELZER, JASON P. ...................................... PENNEY, NADINE ......................................... PEPPER, JEANETTE L. ............................... PETRYSHYN, JOHNNY L. ............................ PHOMMAVONG, THON O. ........................... PIECOWYE, JORDAN ................................... PITTENDRIGH, SCOTT M. ........................... PITTOELLO, F. GEORGETTE ....................... POCHA, FORREST ....................................... POGORZELEC, JOHN R. ............................. POIRIER, JOSEPH R. D. .............................. POLLOCK, BRADY ROBERT ........................ PONIATOWSKI, BRIAN E. ............................ POSTLE, JUDY M. ........................................ POTVIN, STEVE A. ....................................... POWDER, EDWIN B. .................................... PRANTEAU, GLEN H. .................................. PRATT, JEFFREY A. .................................... PRICE, LEE C. .............................................. PRICE, OWEN J. .......................................... PRODAHL, HILLARY M. ............................... PROKOPETZ, LYLE D. ................................. PROTASENKO, VICTOR J. .......................... PROULX, STEVE .......................................... PROVENCHER, GARY L. ............................. PURVES, ROCKY O. .................................... QUINNETT, PAM A. ...................................... RADKE, DARLENE R. .................................. RAFUSE, TRENT W. .................................... RASHID, JAMEEL JIHAD .............................. RATHWELL, MICHAEL D. ............................ RAY, PHANE R. ............................................ REDDEKOPP, COLLEEN B. ......................... REDDEKOPP, JASON D. ............................. REDSTON, JENNIFER .................................. REED, TREVOR C. ....................................... REID, BRUCE J. ........................................... REIMER, RYAN E. ........................................ REKVE, DONALD IVAR................................. REMPEL, ANDREW D. ................................. RENAUD, DENIS R. ..................................... REZANSOFF, DAVID ALEX .......................... RIABKO, SHAWN M. .................................... RIEMER, ANN K. .......................................... RIEMER, GREG ............................................ RIENDEAU, IAN M. ....................................... RINHOLM, DWAYNE ..................................... RINHOLM, MARLEEN C. .............................. . RITCHIE, ERIKA S. ....................................... ROBERTS, PAUL R. ..................................... ROBERTS, ROBERT H. ............................... ROBERTS, STEPHEN J. .............................. ROBERTS, WENDELL A. ............................. ROBERTSON, IVAN D. ................................ ROBINSON, DANIEL K. ................................ ROBSON, DARRELL ..................................... ROSKE, SHARON M. A. ............................... ROSS, RANDY R. ......................................... SABEAN, WATSON EARL............................. SACHKOWSKI, DARYL L. ............................ SACHKOWSKI, MARLON M. ........................ SADIK, AIMANN ............................................ SAGARDIA, HERNAN ................................... SAIGEON, LYLE WAYNE .............................. SAKAL, DANIEL W. ...................................... SALISBURY, FRANK J. ................................ SALVA, MADELEINE ..................................... SANDERSON, ALFRED ................................ SANDRY, RYAN ............................................ SARTY, KEVIN D. .........................................

110,730 54,464 91,212 76,255 52,758 53,234 80,800 89,891 96,566 70,924 149,886 57,687 54,706 92,182 101,323 85,339 89,073 100,910 67,841 60,216 76,042 55,551 72,896 61,360 59,079 76,011 68,806 55,207 73,379 83,755 70,254 83,115 67,059 97,241 71,446 68,189 90,705 82,201 69,614 70,579 82,230 53,380 85,207 70,459 59,061 55,032 161,779 84,177 68,040 88,885 83,682 70,894 83,438 66,773 151,386 52,601 100,758 161,694 81,750 72,531 83,232 75,918 66,773 70,425 73,666 65,066 58,206 74,406 91,832 129,449 86,212 71,754 50,728 58,466 68,096 74,070

Public Accounts, 2014-15 SAWA, BEN................................................... SAWCHUK, KELLY W. ................................. SCALISE, KARYN ......................................... SCHERTZING, BRADLEY D. ....................... SCHNEIDER, KEVIN L. ................................ SCHOEPP, KEVIN E. ................................... SCHOFIELD, JAMES A. ............................... SCHOMMER, CALVIN................................... SCHOMMER, JEROME J. ............................ SCHULZ, PETER .......................................... SCOTT, KENNETH A. .................................. SCRIVEN, TERRY......................................... SCRUPPS, TIMOTHY R. .............................. SEBOK, JENNIFER NICOLE ......................... SEDGEWICK, GORDON R. ......................... SEGUIN, ANNE C. ....................................... SEGUIN, RANDOLPH J. .............................. SEIFERLING, JAMES.................................... SEMENIUK, DARBY S. ................................ SHAH, HETALBEN ........................................ SHELL, MICHELLE ....................................... SHERSTOBITOFF, BRENT ........................... SIMPSON, ROBERT ..................................... SINGH, HARJAS PREET .............................. SKAFTFELD, ROBERT E. ............................ SKARBON, CHRISTOPHER E. .................... SKIPPER, LINDA........................................... SLATER, LAWRENCE................................... SMALLWOOD, DAVID G. ............................. SMITH, BRENDON R. .................................. SMITH, DENISE ............................................ SMITH, DOUG C. S. ..................................... SMITH, JAMES B. ........................................ SMITH, JEFFREY D. .................................... SOBERING, ARTHUR JIM ............................ SOLOMON, ZACHERY B. ............................ SORENSEN, STEN O. ................................. SPRACKLIN, ROBERT P. ............................ SPRINGINOTIC, PATRICK N. ...................... STALLARD, ROBERT T. .............................. STAN, DARRELL........................................... STARK, ROBERT .......................................... STARK, SHERI .............................................. STEAD, DARCY W. ...................................... STEVENSON, DAVID C. I. ........................... STEVENSON, IAN......................................... STEWART, CAROLE M. ............................... STEWART, W. ROSS .................................... STILLING, RICHARD A. ............................... STOCK, JIM M. ............................................. STOCKDALE, JIM A. .................................... STOLZ, ROBERT W. .................................... STRATTON, VERN W. ................................. STUECK, DEAN V. ....................................... SUBCHYSHYN, MITCHELL GREGORY ....... SUBEDI, NIRMAL .......................................... SUDERMAN, JAYNE ..................................... SUTOR, STANLEY D. .................................. SWAN, CAMERON B. .................................. SWIEZAK, DAVID E. .................................... SWITZER, STERLING I. ............................... SYLVESTRE, JONAS C. .............................. SYRENNE, LUC ............................................ SZYPULSKI, LINDA M. ................................. TAIT, QUINTON A. ....................................... TETHER, ROBERT ....................................... THIBAULT, GRAHAM .................................... THODY, CORY D. ........................................ THOMASGARD, KENNETH D. ..................... THOMPSON, TROY D. ................................. THOMSON, NORMAN J. .............................. TINNEY, MARK D. ........................................ TODD, DEIRDRE M. ..................................... TOKARUK, BRADLEY D. ............................. TONN, JONATHAN M. ................................. TOWILL, MICHAEL D. ..................................

Environment 69,393 63,394 62,246 72,453 65,815 73,776 58,458 71,165 72,977 82,897 103,070 59,756 72,565 99,214 70,231 88,878 111,678 77,117 64,776 69,232 68,301 74,276 56,331 71,720 93,862 93,922 51,930 75,949 84,339 71,032 60,798 93,709 73,332 68,204 89,405 110,730 71,367 77,290 83,778 157,368 72,796 68,019 56,249 73,511 111,100 79,904 58,207 98,371 123,140 71,507 96,937 87,586 82,576 97,838 54,301 71,132 65,937 76,390 214,737 70,858 71,518 72,504 69,415 67,492 76,911 94,955 75,176 72,968 61,542 81,792 95,961 77,743 83,726 86,269 79,103 84,733

TROTTIER, TIM W. P. .................................. TRUEMAN, DENNIS SAMUEL....................... TUCKER, ALISON H. .................................... TURCOTTE, DOMINIQUE ............................. TURNER, DOUGLAS RUTHERFORD ........... TWEEDIE, RICHARD W. .............................. UHERSKY, LORI J. ....................................... WALKER, ROD .............................................. WALLACE, DARREN J. ................................ WALLACE, WILFRED .................................... WALTER, BRUCE L. ..................................... WALTER, KENNETH N. ................................ WALTON, STEPHANIE .................................. WANG, MICHELLE ........................................ WARD, ECHO M. .......................................... WARD, EDWARD W. .................................... WARD, JARED S. ......................................... WARK, WAYNE L. ........................................ WASYLENCHUK, SCOTT V. ........................ WATERS, KAREN L. A. ................................ WAUGH, RONALD G. ................................... WEBSTER, BRENT J. ................................... WEINBERGER, KEVIN P. ............................. WEISS, MATTHEW J. ................................... WELSH, LAUREL D. ..................................... WENKOFF, PETER P. .................................. WHITE, JANNA L. ......................................... WILKIE, STEVE C. ........................................ WILLARD, BRUCE ......................................... WILLIAMS, TRAVIS D. .................................. WILSON, CHRISTOPHER ............................. WILSON, PERRY L. ...................................... WINARSKY, ALAN W. .................................. WOLKOSKY, BRENT J. ................................ WOOD, WILLIAM J. ...................................... WORSLEY, JOHN C. .................................... WRISHKO, KERRY B. .................................. WUDRICH, GERALD G. ................................ WURSTER, CHARLENE ALISON .................. WYNES, ROBERT D. .................................... YASCHUK, TIMOTHY .................................... YEE, KIM S. .................................................. YOUNG, DAVE W. ........................................ YUEN, ALVIN K. W. ...................................... YUNGWIRTH, FRANCIS C. .......................... YURACH, KEN I. ........................................... YUZEK, CATHY-LYNN .................................. ZBARASCHUK, BRENT K. ........................... ZELENSKY, BRENT P. ................................. ZIMMER, WILLIAM ........................................ ZIPCHIAN, MARY ANN J. . ............................

87 95,006 78,587 80,649 50,864 83,791 95,064 121,452 88,216 71,389 80,288 91,779 93,709 79,350 65,895 65,766 103,774 92,729 115,319 85,449 72,308 69,763 121,722 76,010 56,114 133,830 95,732 61,147 66,354 100,758 88,580 62,447 84,907 71,203 82,213 93,709 59,586 103,655 109,704 66,296 133,830 72,416 80,801 95,060 88,878 63,398 96,958 74,769 67,525 84,007 100,758 56,464

Allowances for Members with Additional Duties CHEVELDAYOFF, KEN A. ............................$ MOE, SCOTT R. ...........................................

8,607 39,591

Transfers Listed, by program, are transfers to recipients who received $50,000 or more.

Fish and Wildlife (EN07) Fish and Wildlife Program UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN .............$

66,309

88

Environment

Fish and Wildlife Development Fund FISH & WILDLIFE DEVELOPMENT FUND ........................................................ $

3,569,044

Environmental Protection (EN11) Environmental Protection Program KATEPWA, RESORT VILLAGE OF, DISTRICT OF ............................................ $ SASKATCHEWAN URBAN MUNICIPALITIES ASSOCIATION (SUMA) .....................................................

100,000 500,000

Beverage Container Collection and Recycling System SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF REHABILITATION CENTRES ................... $

23,723,912

Technical Resources ANDISON, DR. DAVID .................................. $

50,000

Goods and Services Minister's Travel CHEVELDAYOFF, KENNETH A. .................. $ MOE, SCOTT R. ...........................................

2,212 24,303

Goods and Services Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for the provision of goods and services, including travel, office supplies, communications, contracts, and equipment. AGENCY CHIEFS TRIBAL COUNCIL INC. .......................................................... $ AMEC FOSTER WHEELER ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE .................................. ARROWHEAD HELICOPTERS LTD. ........... BEARDY'S & OKEMASIS FIRST NATION..................................................... BEAUVAL, NORTHERN VILLAGE OF .......... BIOFOREST TECHNOLOGIES INC. ............ BMO PURCHASE CARDSENVIRONMENT ........................................ BOMBARDIER INC. ..................................... BRINKMAN & ASSOCIATES......................... BROWN COMMUNICATIONS GROUP INC. .......................................................... BUFFALO NARROWS, NORTHERN VILLAGE OF ............................................. CAN-WEST CORPORATE AIR CHARTERS LTD. ..................................... CANNORTH .................................................. CAPITAL PETROLEUM SERVICES LTD. .... CLIFTON ASSOCIATES LTD. ...................... COLDSTREAM HELICOPTERS LTD. .......... COMPASS GEOMATICS LTD. ..................... COUGAR N.D.E. LTD. ..................................

128,521 51,798 383,634 51,194 57,746 277,805 6,865,544 877,529 56,673 328,183 58,069 175,810 216,432 51,511 88,616 517,377 52,191 67,707

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CUMBERLAND HOUSE, NORTHERN VILLAGE OF .............................................. DELTA HELICOPTERS LTD. ........................ DUCKS UNLIMITED (CANADA) .................... ESTI CONSULTING SERVICES .................... EXECUTIVE FLIGHT CENTRE FUEL SERVICES LTD. ....................................... FEDERATED CO-OPERATIVES LIMITED .... FORBES BROS LTD. ................................... GEODESY GROUP INC. .............................. GUARDIAN HELICOPTERS INC. ................. HAB-TECH ENVIRONMENTAL ..................... HELI-LIFT INTERNATIONAL INC. ................ HELICOPTER TRANSPORT SERVICES (CANADA) INC. ........................................ ICL PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS CANADA LTD. .......................................... ILE A LA CROSSE, NORTHERN VILLAGE OF .............................................. INNOVATION PLACE .................................... JADAC HOLDINGS LTD. .............................. KBM RESOURCES GROUP .......................... KELOWNA FLIGHTCRAFT LTD. .................. KRIENKE, RYAN L. ...................................... LA LOCHE, NORTHERN VILLAGE OF.......... LA RONGE PETROLEUM LTD. .................... LAWRENCE BAY AIRWAYS LTD. ................ LEGACY AVIATION SERVICES INC. ........... LOUIS HEBERT UNIFORM INC. .................. LYRECO (CANADA) INC. ............................. MARSH CANADA LIMITED ........................... MEADOW AIR LTD. ...................................... MEADOW LAKE TRIBAL COUNCIL .............. MINISTER OF FINANCE OF ALBERTA......... MINISTER OF FINANCE OF ONTARIO......... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF CENTRAL SERVICES ......................... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF FINANCE ............................................. MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT RELATIONS............... MLTC PROGRAM SERVICES INC. .............. NATIVE PLANT SOCIETY OF SASK. INC. .......................................................... NATURE CONSERVANCY OF CANADA ...... NORTHERN TREE CO. INC. ........................ OSPREY WINGS LTD. ................................. OUTBACK RENEWAL LTD. ......................... OXDRIFT TRACTOR SALES LTD. ............... PACIFIC PROPELLER INTERNATIONAL LLC (PPI) ...................... PARE, ELAINE .............................................. PRECISION ENGINES CORPORATION ....... PRINCE ALBERT GRAND COUNCIL ............ PRINTWEST.................................................. PRT GROWING SERVICES LTD. ................. SAND HILL REFORESTATION LTD. ............ SASKATCHEWAN FORESTRY ASSOCIATION .......................................... SASKATCHEWAN POLYTECHNIC ............... SASKATCHEWAN RESEARCH COUNCIL.... SASKATOON AVIONICS LTD. ..................... SASKPOWER CORPORATION..................... SELKIRK SYSTEMS INC. ............................. SHELL CANADA PRODUCTS ....................... SMOKEY LAKE TREE PLANTERS INC. ....... SOUTH OF DIVIDE CONSERVATION ACTION PROGRAM INC. (SOD) ............... SRK CONSULTING (CANADA) INC. ............ STAR HELICOPTERS LTD. .......................... SUNWEST HELICOPTERS LTD. ................. TIMBER BAY, NORTHERN HAMLET OF ...... TRANSWEST AIR ......................................... TREVOR OWEN LTD. .................................. TRIPLE S CONSTRUCTION CO. LTD. ......... UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN .............

82,117 1,705,119 73,105 164,966 357,505 101,408 59,403 57,205 125,518 217,433 185,824 1,457,159 1,097,689 58,465 52,911 59,893 105,120 128,349 53,361 70,441 127,254 55,138 83,882 52,237 59,980 101,412 596,678 472,557 1,176,365 102,961 18,381,064 91,180 531,359 238,496 50,325 50,621 80,710 220,783 243,849 531,354 228,114 97,560 50,592 1,573,346 79,136 531,067 98,738 62,000 51,707 196,156 126,934 194,904 130,438 2,286,397 362,924 66,250 1,141,719 70,419 523,454 56,993 1,346,311 73,124 193,047 151,379

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Environment

VOYAGE AIR ................................................ WEYAKWIN, NORTHERN HAMLET OF ........ XYLEM SILVICULTURE ................................

535,291 134,106 565,921

Other Expenses Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for expenses not included in the above categories. FRANCIS & COMPANY................................. $

60,000

Internal Recoveries Listed are internal recoveries from ministries of $50,000 or more for the provision of shared services. MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF PARKS, CULTURE & SPORT.............. $

(1,204,000)

89

90

Executive Council

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Executive Council (Vote 10) The mandate of the Office is to facilitate and communicate decisions of the Executive Council (Cabinet) by providing research, analysis and policy advice to Cabinet and Cabinet committees, coordinating policy development and government communications, and managing Cabinet records. It coordinates the management of relations with Canadian and foreign jurisdictions and is responsible for trade policy. It coordinates and manages matters relating to official protocol, provincial honours and awards and French-language services. It provides administrative services to the Office of the Lieutenant Governor. It also provides support to the Premier in his roles as Head of Government, Chair of Cabinet and Head of the political party with the mandate to govern.

Central Management and Services (Subvote EX01) Objective To provide executive direction, leadership and central administration, financial and human resource management, policy and planning and other operational services.

Council and Regulations. It also provides support services to the Legislation and Regulation Review Committee.

Communications Office (Subvote EX03) Objective To provide strategic direction to the communications delivery system in government. Program Delivery This program provides strategic direction to the communications delivery system in government. It leads and administers government’s policy on visual identity, fair and competitive processes for communications and print procurement, and the government’s use of the web, mobile and social media in serving citizens. Media Services prepares and distributes news releases and provides assistance to ministries, agencies and Crown corporations in the preparation of news releases. It also coordinates the day-to-day media relations for the Premier’s Office and Members of the Executive Council.

Program Delivery This program provides a coordination function between government ministries, agencies, and Crown corporations, and Cabinet. It coordinates the overall government operations and appointments of senior executives for government ministries and agencies. Also, it provides a service and control function for financial and personnel administration.

House Business and Research (Subvote EX08)

Premier’s Office (Subvote EX07)

Program Delivery This program provides research and support services to the Government House Leader and provides advice and procedural information regarding legislative responsibilities to all Members of the Executive Council. It is also responsible for the preparation of an agenda outlining legislative activities, the preparation of government motions, responses to written questions, orders for return, and for the coordination of the tabling of documents.

Objective To provide administrative support to the Premier and Members of the Executive Council. Program Delivery This program provides administrative support to the Premier in Regina. It also coordinates the administrative and communication requirements for the Premier, Members of the Executive Council and other senior officials when conducting business in Saskatoon.

Cabinet Planning (Subvote EX04) Objective To provide secretariat support to the Executive Council. Program Delivery This program provides analysis, research and policy advice to Cabinet and the Premier, the Deputy Minister to the Premier, other parts of Executive Council and line Ministries. It also provides support services to various Cabinet committees.

Cabinet Secretariat (Subvote EX05) Objective To provide secretariat support to the Executive Council. Program Delivery This program maintains procedures for Cabinet to make policy decisions and monitors the implementation of those decisions. It maintains all Cabinet documents, Orders in

Objective To coordinate and organize the Government’s business in the Legislative Assembly and to provide research support services for the Premier and Members of the Executive Council.

Members of the Executive Council (Statutory) (Subvote EX06) Objective To provide for the payment of salaries to the Premier and Members of the Executive Council. Program Delivery This program provides payment of salaries to the Premier, and Members of the Executive Council that are not allocated to a Ministry.

Intergovernmental Affairs (Subvote EX10) Objective To promote Saskatchewan’s interest through the strategic management of the Province’s relationships with Canadian provincial/territorial and federal governments, as well as with international jurisdictions. To secure free and fair market access for exports from, and imports into, Saskatchewan. To promote Saskatchewan through our honours and awards programs and through the management of diplomatic relations.

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Executive Council

Program Delivery Supports the Premier at all Canadian intergovernmental and international meetings. Supports the development, coordination and implementation of Saskatchewan’s intergovernmental activities and policies within Canada and abroad, and supports the Minister Responsible for Trade in advancing Saskatchewan’s trade policy interests. Coordinates and manages matters relating to official protocol and provincial honours and awards.

Francophone Affairs (Subvote EX11) Objective To enhance the delivery of French-language services in Saskatchewan. Program Delivery Serves as a liaison between the government and the province’s French-speaking population. It also provides support to all provincial government ministries and agencies implementing French-language services.

Lieutenant Governor’s Office (Subvote EX12) Objective To provide administrative support to the Lieutenant Governor. Program Delivery The Office provides analysis, policy development, and strategic planning, as well as itinerary and event coordination, speech preparation, media relations, event promotion, project management, and administrative support to the Lieutenant Governor. The Office also manages the Provincial Congratulatory Message Program, which co-ordinates greetings from the federal, provincial and municipal officials for wedding anniversary and birthday greetings.

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (Subvote EX13) Objective To account for expenses and expense recoveries that do not require appropriation. Program Delivery This program accounts for the estimated annual consumption of the Ministry’s capital assets. Amortization is calculated using the straight-line method based on the estimated useful service life of the asset. Amortization is a non-voted, non-cash expense.

91

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Executive Council

92

Executive Council

Central Management and Services (EX01) Executive Management.................................................................................. $ Central Services............................................................................................. Accommodation Services............................................................................... Subvote Total

Salaries & Benefits 1,837 $ 973 ........ 2,810

Capital Transfers

Operating Transfers

........ $ ........ ........ ........

100 $ ........ ........ 100

Goods and Services (1) 147 $ 1,111 1,660 2,918

Capital Asset Amortization

(thousands of dollars) Other Expenses

Internal Recoveries

........ $ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ ........ ........

Total 2,084 2,084 1,660 5,828

Premier's Office (EX07)..............................................................

379

........

........

103

........

........

........

482

Cabinet Planning (EX04)............................................................

735

........

........

27

........

........

........

762

Cabinet Secretariat (EX05).........................................................

399

........

........

64

........

........

........

463

Communications Office (EX03).................................................

1,377

........

........

877

247

........

2,502

House Business and Research (EX08)....................................

300

........

........

23

........

........

........

323

Members of the Executive Council (EX06)..............................

131

........

........

........

........

........

........

131

Intergovernmental Affairs (EX10)..............................................

3,267

........

63

861

........

........

........

4,191

Francophone Affairs (EX11)......................................................

579

........

10

102

........

........

........

691

........ 247 $

........ 1 $

........ ........ $

Lieutenant Governor's Office (EX12)........................................ Total $ (1) Includes communication expense of $149 and travel expense of $475.

437 10,414 $

........ ........ $

........ 173 $

234 5,209 $

1

671 16,044

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Executive Council

Salaries and Benefits Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for salaries, wages, honorariums, etc. and for pension and public sector benefits. Salaries AKULOVA, HELEN OLENA ........................... $ AMYOTTE, SHARON LEE............................. ARMSTEAD, JEFFREY J. ............................ BEREZIUK, RENATA .................................... BERRY, MICHAEL R. ................................... BERUBE, GLENDA ....................................... BIBLOW, CARLA D. ..................................... BILODEAU, RENEE ...................................... CAIRNS, BONITA K. ..................................... CAMERON, ARLA ......................................... CAMPBELL, KENT ........................................ CARLETON, EDWARD A. ............................ CARTER, J. MELINDA .................................. CHOI, RICHARD ........................................... COELS, JARRET N. ..................................... COLPITTS, CAMMY ...................................... CROZIER, PAUL A. ...................................... DANYLUK, LISA M. ...................................... DONALD, ROBERT A. .................................. DONLEVY, MARTIN JOSEPH ....................... DOVE, CHRISTOPHER P. ........................... DOWNS, REGINALD L. ................................ DUNN, ANDREW .......................................... FEDYK, WINTER........................................... FORTIER, DANIEL P. ................................... GAURA, RUTH M. ........................................ GAYTON, ASHLEY N. .................................. GOODWIN, CHERYL M. .............................. HANNA, IAN R. ............................................. HARRIS, TERRI A. ....................................... HARVEY, KARI L. ......................................... HIGHMOOR, TIM MARTIN ............................ HILL, KAREN................................................. HINDLEY, EVERETT T. ................................ HOPKIE, DIANNE.......................................... HOPKINS, JADE M. ..................................... HUGEL, ELISABETH ..................................... HUNTINGTON, MARGARET ......................... HUTTON, LAURIE ......................................... JICKLING, WES J. ........................................ JORDISON, TRACY ...................................... KOZAN, SUSAN ............................................ KRAJEWSKI-RIEL, BONNIE ......................... KURTZ, KAREN ............................................ LACASSE-POWERS, FRANCINE ................. LAMBERTI, WANDA ..................................... LANE-GRAHAM, CAITLIN ............................. LEIBEL, BRIGITTE ........................................ LOEWEN, DAVID P. ..................................... LYS, LETA LYNN .......................................... MACLEOD, LESLIE ....................................... MANTEY, FREDRICK D. .............................. MARCOTTE, GISELLE M. ............................ MAZURAK, KAREN D. ................................. MCGREGOR, KIRK D. ................................. MERCER, LEEANNE FERN .......................... MILNE, WENDY ............................................ MOEN, DOUGLAS E. ................................... MORROW, NORMA M. ................................ NELSON, SHELLEY ...................................... NICHOLLS ASIKINACK, ALICE ..................... O'CALLAGHAN, SYLVIE ............................... OPSETH, COLLEEN J. ................................. PARADIS, RYAN ........................................... PARKER, JAMES .......................................... PERSICKE, LEANNE ....................................

104,820 68,309 70,068 122,199 95,766 59,382 53,913 81,054 156,732 88,063 120,726 121,680 77,349 96,752 73,944 115,983 95,538 90,576 133,830 212,388 83,406 212,388 83,233 127,749 58,959 90,576 63,310 59,382 147,150 162,538 163,866 168,345 90,270 101,352 80,936 53,601 106,485 114,843 89,867 86,976 58,278 59,054 100,710 79,285 79,778 150,005 71,418 59,382 65,361 75,894 59,244 60,205 146,481 65,226 88,045 78,050 65,226 275,916 100,521 75,894 72,806 70,300 100,521 57,918 122,376 120,606

PUJOLAR, DANIELE ..................................... QUILLIAM, JASON T. ................................... RADDYSH, LISA J. ....................................... RAHMAN, SM OSMAN UR ............................ RENNEBOHM, STACEY ................................ ROBINSON, DEREK ...................................... ROMANUK, RHONDA ................................... RULLER, SHEREE L. ................................... SALLOUM, HEATHER ................................... SAUNDERS, JAMES E. G. ........................... SAWATZKY, JEFFREY A. ............................ SCHERMANN, NADETTE B. ........................ SCHMIDT, DEANNA M. ................................ SISSON, J. GORDON .................................... SMITH, MATTHEW A. ................................... SPEIRS, CAROLYN ....................................... SPENCE, LINDA ............................................ ST GODARD, PEG ........................................ STEINLEY, LARISSA ..................................... STEWART, DAVID CULLEN .......................... STEWART, GRAHAM E. ............................... STINKA, NATASHIA ...................................... TAILLON, PAUL J. ........................................ TAYLOR, CARLA ........................................... VARGO WILSON, CHELSEY L. .................... VAUGHAN, MATTHEW K. ............................ VOOGHT, KACEY J. ..................................... WARREN, CHARLES-HENRI ........................ WIRTH, AARON M. ....................................... YOUNG, KATHLEEN J. ................................. ZARAN, GLENN W. ......................................

93 63,182 124,806 99,108 110,730 50,583 76,164 63,828 106,105 133,830 181,677 71,466 101,087 75,894 147,150 93,573 83,406 102,699 65,226 76,534 88,338 104,286 110,730 62,328 62,328 58,641 51,434 54,144 133,830 89,871 170,151 85,191

Allowances for Members with Additional Duties ELHARD, WAYNE .........................................$ HARPAUER, DONNA M. ............................... MCMORRIS, DONALD G. ............................. WALL, BRAD ................................................. WILSON, NADINE A. ....................................

2,515 8,616 39,582 68,852 11,571

Transfers Listed, by program, are transfers to recipients who received $50,000 or more.

Central Management and Services (EX01) Executive Management NATIONAL SPORT TRUST FUND.................$

100,000

Goods and Services Minister's Travel COX, HERB L. ..............................................$ ELHARD, WAYNE ......................................... HUYGHEBAERT, DELWOOD F. ................... WALL, BRAD J. ............................................. WILSON, NADINE A. ....................................

6,442 94 1,245 41,359 585

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Goods and Services Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for the provision of goods and services, including travel, office supplies, communications, contracts, and equipment. BLAST RADIUS INC. .................................... $ BMO PURCHASE CARDS-EXECUTIVE COUNCIL .................................................. INNOVATION SASKATCHEWAN.................. MASHA KRUPP TRANSLATION GROUP LTD. ......................................................... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF CENTRAL SERVICES ......................... NELSON MULLINS RILEY & SCARBOROUGH LLP ............................... PACIFIC NORTHWEST ECONOMIC REGION .................................................... SITECORE CANADA LTD. ...........................

372,400 873,210 63,764 54,903 2,863,496 111,803 54,425 53,282

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Finance (Vote 18) The Ministry assists the Minister of Finance in carrying out his/her central agency duties and functions on behalf of the Government of Saskatchewan. The Ministry of Finance is responsible for: • the operations of Treasury Board; • the management and control of the finances of the Province; • the development of economic and fiscal policy for the Province; and supporting the Government in being accountable to the Legislative Assembly and the public for the use of public funds.

Central Management and Services (Subvote FI01) Objective To provide direction, guidance and support for internal operations and for client agencies. Program Delivery This program includes executive management and the management of communications, financial services, procurement, information technology, security and facilities.

Treasury and Debt Management (Subvote FI04) Objective To arrange the financing requirements of the Government, Crown corporations, and other agencies. Program Delivery This program manages the provincial debt and provides an investment management service for various funds administered by the Government, Crown corporations and other agencies. It also manages the cash position of the General Revenue Fund.

Provincial Comptroller (Subvote FI03) Objective To assist the Legislative Assembly and the Government in controlling and accounting for the receipt and disposition of public money. Program Delivery This program develops and maintains the government-wide revenue and expense system, processes accounts payable on behalf of government, and develops effective government financial management and accounting policies and procedures. The program also audits ministerial payments and financial systems to ensure that administrative procedures are appropriate and result in compliance with legislative requirements and policies established by Treasury Board. It also prepares and publishes financial accountability reports, including the Public Accounts.

Budget Analysis (Subvote FI06) Objective To support effective decision making in Saskatchewan through the provision of revenue, expense, fiscal, and economic analysis.

Program Delivery This program provides information, policy analysis and advice to the Minister of Finance, Treasury Board, Cabinet and ministries on revenue, expense, intergovernmental fiscal, economic and social issues. It also disseminates financial, economic and social information and coordinates the development and implementation of enhanced planning and reporting practices across government.

Revenue (Subvote FI05) Objective To administer several provincial government tax and refund programs. Program Delivery This program involves collecting revenue, conducting audits, issuing tax refunds, and providing information related to tax and refund programs. It records expense for the allowance for doubtful accounts, commissions to collect tax, and records expenses related to the administration of income tax by the Canada Revenue Agency.

Personnel Policy Secretariat (Subvote FI10) Objective To provide advice and support to government decisionmaking on issues related to collective bargaining and compensation matters in the public sector, and to ensure that the objectives of government in these areas are achieved. Program Delivery This program provides information, policy analysis and advice to the Sub-Committee on Public Sector Bargaining, as well as to Cabinet and to ministries, with respect to the management of collective bargaining and compensation decisions in the public sector. It facilitates Sub-Committee oversight of the collective bargaining activities of public sector employers and provides bargaining advice and direction as appropriate to public sector employers.

Research and Development Tax Credit (Subvote FI12) Objective To provide tax credit support to corporations that invest in research and development to encourage economic growth and diversification in Saskatchewan.

Miscellaneous Payments (Subvote FI08) Objective To provide for miscellaneous payments and unforeseen expenses. Program Delivery This program remits payments for the implementation of guarantees, interest on tax overpayments, unforeseen and unprovided for expenses, and bonding of public officials.

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Pensions and Benefits (Subvote FI09) Objective To provide funding for services to and payments for the public sector pension and benefits plans and plan members; and to provide payments for employer contributions related to public sector employee salaries. Program Delivery This program administers a number of provincial pension and employee benefit plans, responds to plan members’ inquiries, keeps members up-to-date about changes within the plans and remits payments for the public sector pension plans such as the Public Service Superannuation Plan, Members of the Legislative Assembly benefits, Judges of the Provincial Court Superannuation Plan, Municipal Employee’s Pension Plan, and Public Employees’ Pension Plan. Contributions and payments are received and paid for a number of employee benefit plans including the Extended Health Care Plans, Public Employees Disability Income Fund, Public Employees Group Life Insurance Fund, and the Public Employees Dental Fund. This program also remits the employer’s contribution for the Canada Pension Plan, Employment Insurance, Workers’ Compensation, Group Life, Disability Income, Extended Health Care and Dental Plans. In addition, this program receives employee contributions and makes payments for the Deferred Salary Leave Plan.

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (Subvote FI11) Objective To account for expenses and expense recoveries that do not require appropriation. Program Delivery This program accounts for the estimated annual consumption of the Ministry’s capital assets. Amortization is calculated using the straight-line method based on the estimated useful service life of the asset. Amortization is a non-voted, non-cash expense.

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Central Management and Services (FI01) Minister's Salary (Statutory)............................................................................ $ Executive Management.................................................................................. Central Services............................................................................................. Accommodation Services............................................................................... Subvote Total

Salaries & Benefits

Capital Transfers

Operating Transfers

55 $ 808 1,379 ........ 2,242

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

Treasury and Debt Management (FI04)....................................

1,307

........

........

Provincial Comptroller (FI03).....................................................

5,967

........

Budget Analysis (FI06)...............................................................

4,889

Revenue (FI05) Revenue Division........................................................................................... Allowance for Doubtful Accounts.................................................................... Canada Revenue Agency Income Tax Administration..................................... Commissions to Collect Tax (Statutory).......................................................... Subvote Total

10,059 ........ ........ ........ 10,059

Goods and Services (1) ........ $ 133 2,112 1,942 4,187

Capital Asset Amortization

(thousands of dollars) Other Expenses

Internal Recoveries

Total

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

55 941 3,491 1,942 6,429

768

........

........

........

2,075

........

3,621

........

........

........

9,588

........

........

311

........

........

........

5,200

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ 900 ........ ........ 900

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

15,188 900 1,435 10,197 27,720

........

31

........

........

........

471

........

........

........

........

15,000

5,129 ........ 1,435 10,197 16,761

Personnel Policy Secretariat (FI10)..........................................

440

........

Research and Development Tax Credit (FI12).........................

........

........

Miscellaneous Payments (FI08) Bonding of Public Officials.............................................................................. Unforeseen and Unprovided For..................................................................... Implementation of Guarantees (Statutory)...................................................... Subvote Total

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

21 ........ ........ 21

........ ........ ........ ........

........ 4 ........ 4

........ ........ ........ ........

Pensions and Benefits (FI09) Public Service Superannuation Plan (Statutory).............................................. Members of the Legislative Assembly - Pensions and Benefits (Statutory)...... Judges' Superannuation Plan (Statutory)........................................................ Public Employees' Pension Plan..................................................................... Canada Pension Plan - Employer's Contribution............................................. Employment Insurance - Employer's Contribution........................................... Workers' Compensation - Employer's Assessment......................................... Employees' Benefits - Employer's Contribution............................................... Services to Public Service Superannuation Plan Members............................. Subvote Total

131,353 2,938 5,681 62,775 28,857 14,224 9,899 34,820 ........ 290,547

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ 33 ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 51 1,102 1,186

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

15,000

21 4 ........ 25

131,353 2,971 5,681 62,775 28,857 14,224 9,899 34,871 1,102 291,733

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Finance

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (FI11) Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.......................................... Amortization - Office and Information Technology........................................... Subvote Total Total

........ ........ ........ $

(1) Includes communication expense of $213 and travel expense of $612.

315,451 $

........ ........ ........ ........ $

99

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

15,000 $

26,886 $

88 518 606

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

606 $

904 $

........ $

88 518 606 358,847

100

Finance

Salaries and Benefits Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for salaries, wages, honorariums, etc. and for pension and public sector benefits. Salaries AHO, DANIEL E. J. ....................................... $ ALDCORN, BRYN T. .................................... ALLEN, KAREN............................................. ALTWASSER, JONATHAN J. ....................... ARMSTRONG, R. DALE ............................... ARSENIC, RUZICA ....................................... BAHR, JOANNE ADELE ............................... BANMAN, KEVIN .......................................... BARKWAY, STEPHANIE A. ......................... BASTEDO, HOLLY........................................ BATES, CYNTHIA ......................................... BAUMGARTNER, LARRY R. ....................... BAYDA, CHRISTOPHER EDWARD .............. BEATCH, KELLY LAWRENCE ...................... BERGBUSCH, DEANNA ............................... BERTHELETTE, JUDY R. ............................ BETTCHER, BRIAN R. ................................. BILLINGSLEY, COLLEEN ............................. BILLINGTON, JOHN ..................................... BORLAND, K. JANE ...................................... BROCKMAN, JOANNE L. ............................. BRODA, QUINN A. ....................................... BROWN, LINDA A. ....................................... BROWN, TRICIA M. ..................................... BRUCE, SHELLEY ........................................ CARLETON, SCOTT R. ............................... CARLSON, BRAD ......................................... CHANDRAMOHAN, SAVITRI ........................ CHAPPLE, JAMES ROBERT ........................ CHICOINE, COLIN ........................................ CHIDDENTON, JENNIFER ........................... CINNAMON, DARLA J. ................................ CLARK, DEBBIE ........................................... CLARK, JENNIFER W. ................................. COMSTOCK, JANET..................................... CONVENTO, EFRAIM T. .............................. COXFORD, CHELSIE MARIE ....................... CUNNINGHAM, LINDA M. ............................ CURSONS, DEAN T. .................................... DABSKI, TERRY LYNN ................................. DARMOCHID, WENDY ................................. DAVIDSON, JOANNE P. .............................. DECK, WAYNE E. ........................................ DEMYEN, AMY L. ........................................ DEREN, GREGORY ...................................... DIERKER, DANIEL A. .................................. DOBSON-PADLEY, JAIMIE L. ..................... DONISON, TRACY L. ................................... DORMUTH, MARNI ....................................... DORSCH, DOUG .......................................... DUDAR, DEBBIE........................................... DUFOUR, DAN ............................................. DUNAJSKI, SANDRA .................................... DVERNICHUK, NATHAN .............................. EGER, STEPHEN ......................................... ELASCHUK, ALLEN J. ................................. ENG, SHIU YAM ........................................... EVANS, HEATHER L. .................................. EVANS, KYLA ............................................... FABI, ISAGANI T. ......................................... FALLOWS, JAMES ....................................... FAUTH, DANA M. ......................................... FEE, JEWEL ................................................. FESSLER, LORI D. ...................................... FLOTTORP, GREGORY ............................... FOLEY, TWYLA ............................................

75,706 58,629 150,278 100,596 62,365 53,693 113,027 121,722 61,887 103,630 58,616 73,449 148,050 85,222 133,830 57,269 133,830 86,058 133,830 133,830 147,150 79,384 68,775 109,134 96,055 88,143 81,229 98,309 76,238 74,020 59,738 50,860 118,983 110,730 54,599 59,426 68,838 52,043 100,323 56,574 57,223 100,758 71,248 65,769 133,830 100,758 69,409 53,508 87,288 133,830 85,228 88,143 90,969 110,730 133,830 79,176 103,075 76,347 73,162 59,666 135,459 65,226 52,043 63,089 100,540 59,382

Public Accounts, 2014-15 FRASER, PETER JAMES .............................. GABORA, SEAN ............................................ GALLANT, YVONNE...................................... GAN, NICK .................................................... GATES, AMY M. ........................................... GLOVER, RYAN ............................................ GODLIEN, CHAD K. ..................................... GOODIN, RENA ............................................ GORCHINSKI, KEN J. .................................. GORDON, JASON ......................................... GREEN, ERIC I. ............................................ GUO, QIANRU ............................................... HACHKEWICH, DALE ................................... HALAYKA, KRISTA........................................ HANSON, JAMES A. .................................... HARPER, ELTON D. ..................................... HARVEY, DENISE L. .................................... HAVERSTOCK, O. RAE ................................ HAYNEE, LONA R. ....................................... HEAD, CARMEN R. ...................................... HEALY, ELISABETH T. ................................ HEARN, KERRY ............................................ HEBERT, BRENT DAVID............................... HERBERT, GARTH K. .................................. HIIBNER, DARREN C. .................................. HILSENTEGER, GRANT ............................... HOGG, ALAN ................................................ HOLT, LINDA ................................................. HOOVER, BILL C. ........................................ HOVE, V. CYNTHIA ....................................... HOWSE, DENNIS .......................................... HUBER, WILLIAM F. ..................................... HUE, RICKIE ................................................. HUNGLE, MICHAEL F. ................................. HUNTER, LAUREEN L. ................................ HUSBAND, CHRISTINA SUE ........................ ISMAN, CLARE.............................................. JACOBSON, LARRY ..................................... JERKOVITS, LESLIE ..................................... JOCELYN, NANCY J. ................................... JOHNSON, ERIC ........................................... JOHNSTON, JANE ........................................ JUBY, DIERDRE A. O. .................................. KIEFER, ERIN H. .......................................... KIENLEN, TRACY L. ..................................... KITCHEN, COLIN .......................................... KLEEFELD, MARK ........................................ KLEISINGER, LANA C. ................................. KLEMENZ, SHANNON MARIE ...................... KNUDSEN, RACHEL ..................................... KOCH, BONITA ............................................. KOHLERT, KEVIN DALE ............................... KOROL, ANGELA .......................................... KRESS, LISA ................................................. KRISTJANSON, DARRYL.............................. KUSKI, STEVEN ............................................ KWOK, HENRY HIN WAH ............................. KWONG, TEENI ............................................ LANG, BRENDA K. ....................................... LANGEN, DAVID M. J. .................................. LANGFORD, FAIRLEE .................................. LARKIN, KATHLEEN ..................................... LATOS, JEROME EUGENE .......................... LAUER, ALLAN JOSEPH............................... LAURANS, KELLY D. ................................... LE, CONNIE .................................................. LEIPPI, AMELIA............................................. LEONARD, JAIME ......................................... LITZENBERGER, MICHAEL .......................... LIU, HAIYANG ............................................... LOPEZ, LEAH................................................ LOVERIDGE, BARBARA L. .......................... LOWE, JEANNETTE...................................... LUNOV, AMY ................................................. LYON, CRAIG................................................ MACDUFF, LOIS THERESA ..........................

110,730 68,775 79,317 60,816 80,768 69,064 92,707 78,589 110,730 85,222 56,584 57,230 71,523 75,598 59,313 94,204 70,199 182,349 69,825 62,277 100,758 94,062 149,823 97,938 60,293 133,830 100,758 69,983 91,650 56,393 89,191 110,730 100,758 90,334 66,807 55,825 263,241 117,243 80,394 89,115 133,830 83,239 83,502 93,564 69,169 70,277 83,310 111,530 71,420 90,340 68,094 62,771 61,864 64,484 133,830 53,565 52,043 67,408 81,185 100,758 64,991 76,903 102,011 94,065 133,830 60,814 52,043 59,581 79,570 84,234 91,650 97,935 133,830 50,390 100,561 79,386

Public Accounts, 2014-15 MACGREGOR, RYAN ................................... MACKNIGHT, STEPHANIE E. ...................... MACZA, DENISE M. ..................................... MANG, BRENNAN ........................................ MARSHALL, JEFF ......................................... MARTIN, CHRISTOPHER ............................. MCGREGOR, KIRK D. ................................. MCINNES, ROBERT D. ................................ MEACHEM, ROXANE ................................... MILLER, BRIAN ............................................. MOLLEKEN, LISA A. .................................... MURDOCH, BRANDEE ................................. MUSEY, NAOMI ............................................ MWELA, JIZINGE .......................................... MYERS, LAUREL L. ..................................... NAMETH, SHERRY L. .................................. NORTON, ERIN............................................. O'NEILL, NORMAN O. .................................. OLSON, CLIFF E. ......................................... OOMS, DUANE ............................................. PARKER, SCOTT M. .................................... PATON, TERRY E. ....................................... PEPPER, NATALIE C. .................................. PERRAS, NANCY ......................................... PHILLIPS, JEREMY ...................................... PILLER, KRISTA L. ...................................... PINNOW, CINDY ........................................... PIRLOT, JASON L. ....................................... PISIAK, KRYSTAL J. .................................... POPESCUL, DAWN MARIE .......................... PRUDUN, LAYNE MICHILINE ....................... RAEDEKE, CINDY ........................................ RAMSEY, HALE ............................................ RATHGEBER, SHERRISSE E. ..................... REDDEKOPP, SHELLEY .............................. REICH, JONATHAN C. ................................. REIMER, JUDY G. ........................................ RICCI, MARIA ............................................... RICHARD, SANDRA ..................................... RITCHIE, SANDRA T. .................................. RONYK, REGINALD...................................... RUZIC, ANJA ................................................ RUZIC, ZELJKO ............................................ SCHOENROTH, PATRICIA A. ...................... SCOTT, MARK E. ......................................... SEITZ, JOANNE L. ....................................... SHAIN, CINDY .............................................. SHEPPARD, KRISTIN M. ............................. SHORE, JUDITH ........................................... SLEEVA, RHONDA A. .................................. SMART, DONICA M. .................................... SMITH, C. JOAN ........................................... SRINIVAS, ARUN .......................................... STEPAN, SANDRA L. ................................... STEWART, CHERYL L. ................................ STOCKER, TAMARA..................................... STREMICK, STEVEN M. .............................. SULEWSKI, TRAVIS K. ................................ SUMMERS, PATRICIA .................................. TANK, HARLYNNE........................................ TAYLOR, LORI E. ......................................... TETZ, ROBERT............................................. TEWKSBURY, STEPHANIE .......................... THIRY, KAYLIN ............................................. TIEFENBACH, BRIAN ................................... TRUONG, DANNY......................................... TUCK, MARLENE.......................................... TURNER, JAMES .......................................... VERMA, VINESH........................................... VICQ FALLOWS, TRINA ............................... VIGLAS, BRIAN JOHN .................................. WAGMAN, JANET ANN ................................ WAKELAM, CAROL A. ................................. WALKER, KRISTIN M. .................................. WARBEY, BRIAN .......................................... WEBB, GRAHAM E. .....................................

Finance 100,596 74,872 181,953 76,353 110,730 112,746 52,528 91,650 78,345 100,479 52,043 70,942 75,169 76,424 72,641 63,104 57,796 93,243 89,086 94,056 86,816 168,227 58,808 121,722 55,243 60,200 52,043 99,810 97,075 124,380 61,849 78,028 121,722 59,382 69,709 59,594 75,852 56,205 53,810 75,266 129,971 70,663 50,019 50,284 86,574 88,143 56,205 54,152 62,549 80,086 82,092 52,043 146,481 67,056 56,205 86,678 93,282 74,080 60,182 79,143 114,285 84,718 55,376 89,549 53,777 82,928 81,826 126,194 68,106 122,522 94,563 52,043 55,524 76,383 111,530 79,814

101 WEIERS, TED ................................................ WEISE, CHRISTY A. ..................................... WEISGERBER, GLENDA J. .......................... WELKE, JEFFREY D. ................................... WESLOWSKI, TAMMY L. ............................. WEST, RYAN................................................. WESTMAN, KELVIN ...................................... WHITE, CHAD E. .......................................... WHITSON, DEREK A. ................................... WOLFE, TAMMY ........................................... WOLOSCHUK, CURTIS................................. WOROBEC, TRINA........................................ YANO, TRACY S. ......................................... YEE, DONALD A. .......................................... YOUNG, ALFREDO S. .................................. YOUNG, JENNY ............................................ ZAHARIA, DARCY ......................................... ZERR, DONALD J. ........................................ ZWARYCH, MARWIN P. ...............................

111,530 59,604 75,431 134,630 55,050 87,738 74,500 52,166 58,344 94,059 60,688 106,109 101,796 78,647 134,630 93,164 83,014 127,013 62,433

Allowances for Members with Additional Duties KRAWETZ, KEN P. .......................................$

55,083

Benefits EXTENDED HEALTH CARE PLAN ................$ 12,276,127 EXTENDED HEALTH CARE PLAN FOR CERTAIN OTHER EMPLOYEES ............... 3,490,642 EXTENDED HEALTH CARE PLAN IN-SCOPE RETIREES ............................... 1,272,488 EXTENDED HEALTH CARE PLAN-OUT OF SCOPE RETIREES .............................. 562,572 GREAT WEST LIFE ASSURANCE CO. ......... 594,984 JUDGES OF THE PROVINCIAL COURT SUPERANNUATION PLAN ........................ 5,680,839 MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY BENEFITS.............................. 1,967,105 PUBLIC EMPLOYEES DENTAL PLAN .......... 10,709,949 PUBLIC EMPLOYEES DISABILITY INCOME PLAN .......................................... 5,353,464 PUBLIC EMPLOYEES GROUP LIFE INSURANCE PLAN .................................... 821,543 PUBLIC EMPLOYEES PENSION PLAN ........ 63,300,424 PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION PLAN ......................................................... 131,223,989 RBC INVESTOR SERVICES TRUST ............. 123,523 RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA CANADA PENSION PLAN ......................... 28,857,254 RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA EMPLOYMENT INSURANCE .................... 14,223,662 SASKATCHEWAN TRANSPORTATION SUPERANNUATION PLAN ........................ 155,467 SASKATCHEWAN WORKERS' COMPENSATION BOARD ......................... 9,899,238

Transfers Listed, by program, are transfers to recipients who received $50,000 or more.

Research and Development Tax Credit (FI12) RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA FINANCE CANADA....................................$

15,000,000

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Goods and Services Minister's Travel KRAWETZ, KEN P. ...................................... $

17,694

Goods and Services Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for the provision of goods and services, including travel, office supplies, communications, contracts, and equipment. BMO PURCHASE CARDS-FINANCE............ $ CIBC MELLON .............................................. DEL BUSINESS SOLUTIONS INC. .............. KML CONSULTING....................................... KPMG LLP .................................................... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF CENTRAL SERVICES ......................... PHOENIX ADVERTISING GROUP INC. ...... PUBLIC EMPLOYEES BENEFITS AGENCY REVOLVING FUND ................... RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA FINANCE CANADA ................................... ROYAL BANK OF CANADA ..........................

1,163,976 55,348 144,008 235,364 1,374,055 9,610,615 116,428 1,121,767 1,435,000 492,682

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Finance – Debt Servicing

Finance - Debt Servicing (Vote 12) This vote enables the Ministry of Finance to discharge its debt obligations by providing for all costs associated with the Province’s debt incurred for general government purposes, and by providing for costs associated with a portion of the public debt reimbursable from Crown corporations. These costs include interest, foreign exchange gains and losses, discounts, premiums, fees, commissions and other debt-related costs.

Debt Servicing (Statutory) (Subvote FD01) Objective To provide for all costs associated with the Province’s debt incurred for general government purposes. Program Delivery This program provides funding for interest and other debtrelated costs such as discounts, premiums, fees, commissions and gains or losses resulting from a change in the value of the Canadian dollar associated with debt that is denominated in foreign currencies.

Crown Corporation Debt Servicing (Statutory) (Subvote FD02) Objective To provide for costs associated with a portion of the public debt reimbursable from Crown corporations. Program Delivery This program provides funding for interest and other debtrelated amounts on general borrowings advanced or loaned to Crown corporations. These costs are recovered from Crown corporations and shown as interest revenue. This program excludes costs of debt borrowed specifically on behalf of government business enterprises, such as SaskPower. Such costs are attributed to the applicable government business enterprise rather than the General Revenue Fund.

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Finance - Debt Servicing

Debt Servicing (FD01) Interest on Government Debt (Statutory)........................................................ $ Foreign Currency Adjustment (Statutory)........................................................ Fees and Commissions (Statutory)................................................................. Subvote Total Crown Corporation Debt Servicing (Statutory) (FD02).......... Total

$

Salaries & Benefits

Capital Transfers

Operating Transfers

Goods and Services

Capital Asset Amortization

(thousands of dollars) Other Expenses

........ $ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ ........ ........

........

........

........

........

........

........ $

........ $

........ $

........ $

........ $

236,690 $ 3,126 1,156 240,972 22,423 263,395 $

Internal Recoveries ........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ $

Total 236,690 3,126 1,156 240,972 22,423 263,395

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Other Expenses

Other Interest:

Listed are interest by debenture; and payees who received $50,000 or more for other expenses.

Interest by Debenture: Interest by debenture includes amounts in Debt Servicing (Subvote FD01), Interest on Government Debt (Statutory) and in Crown Corporation Debt Servicing (Subvote FD02) (Statutory). Interest on Debentures: SASKATCHEWAN 10.25% DEBENTURES DUE APRIL 10, 2014 ................................. $ SASKATCHEWAN 5.25% DEBENTURES DUE JUNE 3, 2014 .................................... SASKATCHEWAN 1.00% SAVINGS BONDS DUE JULY 15, 2014................................... SASKATCHEWAN 4.25% DEBENTURES DUE DECEMBER 3, 2015 ......................... SASKATCHEWAN 4.305% DEBENTURES DUE JANUARY 15, 2016 ........................... SASKATCHEWAN 4.50% DEBENTURES DUE AUGUST 23, 2016............................. SASKATCHEWAN 8.09% MEDIUM TERM SERIAL NOTE DUE SEPTEMBER 17, 2016 .............................. SASKATCHEWAN 4.65% DEBENTURES DUE SEPTEMBER 5, 2017 ....................... SASKATCHEWAN 1.95% DEBENTURES DUE MARCH 1, 2019 ................................ SASKATCHEWAN 5.50% MEDIUM TERM NOTE DUE JUNE 17, 2019 ....................... SASKATCHEWAN 5.50% MEDIUM TERM NOTE DUE JUNE 17, 2019 ....................... SASKATCHEWAN 3.90% DEBENTURES DUE JULY 28, 2020................................... SASKATCHEWAN 9.375% DEBENTURES DUE DECEMBER 15, 2020 ....................... SASKATCHEWAN 9.125% DEBENTURES DUE FEBRUARY 15, 2021 ........................ SASKATCHEWAN 9.60% DEBENTURES DUE FEBRUARY 4, 2022 .......................... SASKATCHEWAN 8.50% DEBENTURES DUE JULY 15, 2022................................... SASKATCHEWAN 3.20% DEBENTURES DUE JUNE 3, 2024 .................................... SASKATCHEWAN 5.75% DEBENTURES DUE MARCH 5, 2029 ................................ SASKATCHEWAN 6.25% MEDIUM TERM NOTE DUE JANUARY 25, 2030 ................ SASKATCHEWAN 6.35% MEDIUM TERM NOTE DUE JANUARY 25, 2030 ................ SASKATCHEWAN 6.40% DEBENTURES DUE SEPTEMBER 5, 2031 ....................... SASKATCHEWAN 6.30% MEDIUM TERM NOTE DUE FEBRUARY 13, 2032 ............. SASKATCHEWAN 5.80% DEBENTURES DUE SEPTEMBER 5, 2033 ....................... SASKATCHEWAN 5.60% DEBENTURES DUE SEPTEMBER 5, 2035 ....................... SASKATCHEWAN 4.75% DEBENTURES DUE JUNE 1, 2040 .................................... SASKATCHEWAN 3.40% DEBENTURES DUE FEBRUARY 3, 2042 .......................... SASKATCHEWAN 5.70% MEDIUM TERM NOTE DUE SEPTEMBER 5, 2042 ............. SASKATCHEWAN 3.90% DEBENTURES DUE JUNE 2, 2045 .................................... SASKATCHEWAN 3.75% DEBENTURES DUE MARCH 5, 2054 ................................ DEBENTURES ISSUED TO THE CANADA PENSION PLAN INVESTMENT FUND VARIOUS %, VARIOUS MATURITY DATES ......................................................

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29,925,695 6,562,500 12,708 6,162,500 11,824,257 13,500,000 349,131 7,440,000 8,235,421

Other Interest includes amounts in Debt Servicing (Subvote FD01), Interest on Government Debt (Statutory). EHEALTH SASKATCHEWAN ........................$ EXTENDED HEALTH CARE PLAN FOR CERTAIN OTHER EMPLOYEES ............... EXTENDED HEALTH CARE PLAN, IN-SCOPE RETIREES ............................... INNOVATION SASKATCHEWAN .................. MUNICIPAL EMPLOYEES PENSION PLAN ......................................................... MUNICIPAL FINANCING CORPORATION OF SASKATCHEWAN ............................... OIL AND GAS ORPHAN FUND ..................... PUBLIC EMPLOYEES DENTAL PLAN .......... PUBLIC EMPLOYEES PENSION PLAN ........ QUEEN'S BENCH - VARIOUS LOCATIONS.. SASKATCHEWAN APPRENTICESHIP AND TRADE CERTIFICATION COMMISSION............................................ SASKATCHEWAN CROP INSURANCE CORPORATION......................................... SASKATCHEWAN FINANCIAL SERVICES COMMISSION............................................ SASKATCHEWAN STUDENT AID FUND ...... SASKBUILDS CORPORATION ..................... SCHOOL DIVISION TAX LOSS COMPENSATION FUND ........................... TRANSPORTATION PARTNERSHIPS FUND .........................................................

134,817 163,070 100,987 95,551 54,006 101,847 156,507 303,829 79,886 189,324 78,071 8,468,853 151,968 90,809 54,963 69,782 87,625

995,023 1,430,000 5,850,000 11,546,453 22,764,840 1,440,000 10,323,855 10,958,902 14,375,000 1,562,500

Fees and Commissions: Fees and Commissions includes payments from Debt Servicing (Subvote FD01), Fees and Commissions (Statutory) and Crown Corporation Debt Servicing (Subvote FD02) (Statutory). BMO CAPITAL MARKETS .............................$ CASGRAIN & COMPANY LIMITED ............... CIBC WORLD MARKETS .............................. DESJARDINS SECURITIES INC. .................. LAURENTIAN BANK SECURITIES ................ MOODY'S CANADA INC. ............................... NATIONAL BANK FINANCIAL INC. .............. RBC DOMINION SECURITIES INC. ............. SCOTIA CAPITAL INC. ................................. STANDARD & POOR'S.................................. TORONTO-DOMINION SECURITIES INC. ...

387,000 94,500 540,000 94,500 81,000 136,200 216,000 540,000 297,000 127,948 369,000

12,699,683 12,160,000 1,887,102 14,761,000 11,200,000 23,750,000 3,400,000 2,850,000 7,383,198 154,114

17,851,239

Sinking Fund Earnings Paid to Crown Corporations: Sinking Fund Earnings Paid to Crown Corporations includes amounts in Crown Corporation Debt Servicing (Subvote FD02) (Statutory). SASKATCHEWAN HOUSING CORPORATION.........................................$ SASKATCHEWAN OPPORTUNITIES CORPORATION......................................... SASKATCHEWAN POWER CORPORATION......................................... SASKENERGY INCORPORATED .................

1,977,662 149,922 472,509 562,168

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Government Relations

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Government Relations (Vote 30) With responsibility for municipal relations, public safety, and First Nations, Métis and northern affairs, the Ministry actively engages a diverse range of partners and stakeholders to: effectively plan for and respond to the opportunities and challenges of growth; provide leadership and direction so that integrated public safety services are available to communities and their residents; and support responsive and responsible government.

Central Management and Services (Subvote GR01) Objective To provide executive direction and centrally-managed services in the areas of finance, information management, policy and program services, communications, facilities management and other operational services that include head office and program-based accommodations required for the delivery of the Ministry’s mandate. To develop the municipal and public safety legislative and policy framework and provide assistance to related authorities and agencies in developing a framework for property assessment and taxation. Program Delivery This area provides services in the following areas: financial planning (including budget and forecast preparation), corporate planning and performance reporting, financial management advice, accounting, facilities management, mail, records management, and freedom of information, as well as communications and public relations management. This area also provides policy and program review services to advance legislative and regulatory improvements for the Ministry’s municipal and public safety mandates, and ensures an effective and efficient property assessment and taxation system exists in the province to fund education and municipal services.

First Nations and Métis Engagement (Subvote GR12) Objective To develop and strengthen relationships to improve the social and economic outcomes of First Nations and Métis people. To oversee and support government’s obligations related to land claim agreements and the duty to consult. To manage the Province’s financial obligations pursuant to provincial gaming agreements. Program Delivery This area provides policy and engagement services to government ministries and agencies and supports government relations with First Nations and Métis. This area acts as a bridge to conversation and engagement between the Saskatchewan government and First Nations and Métis organizations, a role that also involves and connects with stakeholders in industry and non-Aboriginal communities across the province. Through its work and relationships, it supports the policy and program approaches of government to improve outcomes for First Nations and Métis people. This area also provides policy leadership and support to government ministries and agencies on government’s obligations pursuant to land claim agreements and duty to consult matters. It leads negotiations of outstanding Treaty Land Entitlement (TLE) claims, coordinates implementation

of TLE and Specific Claims Agreements for up to 50 First Nations, and manages related TLE payments. It also oversees implementation of the First Nation and Métis Consultation Policy Framework and manages the First Nations and Métis Consultation Participation Fund. This area includes administration of the 2002 Gaming Framework Agreement with First Nations and The Saskatchewan Gaming Corporations Act, which includes funding that is required to satisfy the Province’s obligations to the First Nations’ Trust, community development corporations, and Métis Development Fund.

Municipal and Northern Engagement (Subvote GR07) Objective To provide advisory, planning and other services to municipalities and related organizations, and to administer financial assistance in support of municipalities, municipal governance and infrastructure. To provide assistance to related authorities and agencies for the management of property assessment. To administer and distribute amounts received from the federal government to Saskatchewan municipalities for municipal infrastructure under the Gas Tax Program and other federal/provincial programs. To support collaboration and partnerships in northern Saskatchewan, including the administration of the Northern Municipal Trust Account, to enhance the quality of life of northern people. Program Delivery This area provides professional assistance in the areas of community and regional planning, and facilitates the subdivision of land for economic development. It supports the relationship between the municipal sector and the Province, and provides advisory assistance to municipal administration. This area also provides financial assistance through unconditional and conditional grants for municipal infrastructure, capacity building and services, transit for the disabled, and property assessment management. This area integrates community and regional planning, advisory, policy and program, and municipal financial assistance services to ensure effective delivery in the northern context. It serves to function as the municipal government and administration of the Northern Saskatchewan Administration District. To support both the District’s operations and the financial needs of other northern municipalities, this area also manages the Northern Municipal Trust Account and its northern municipal conditional and unconditional grants with the advice of the Northern Municipal Trust Account Management Board. It also facilitates the development of relationships, policy and programming that meet the needs of Northerners, government and industry. It negotiates and administers mine surface lease agreements, publishes an annual report on northern benefits from mining, and administers the Northern Saskatchewan Environmental Quality Committee. This area also works with a diverse range of stakeholders and partners to support northern engagement on social and economic priorities.

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Saskatchewan Municipal Board (Subvote GR06) Objective To oversee the financial credibility of local authorities (primarily municipal governments) and to provide quasijudicial services to the public in hearing appeals at the provincial level on a variety of municipal related issues. To function as the Board of Revenue Commissioners in assessing appeals on taxes and monies owed to the Crown in adjusting debt due to the Crown. Program Delivery The Board approves local authorities (primarily municipal governments) capital debt financing, utility rates and local improvement initiatives; hears and determines appeals respecting property assessment, planning, subdivision, fire prevention orders, noxious weed orders, and conservation and development area authorities; adjudicates matters relating to road maintenance and fixed farmland assessment agreements; and, reviews applications for municipal boundaries. As the Board of Revenue Commissioners the Board hears and determines appeals on taxes and amounts owed to the Crown and approves write-offs and cancellations of amounts due to the Crown.

Public Safety (Subvote GR11) Objective To provide public safety services including fire safety training, investigation, emergency planning, response, recovery and emergency communications. To provide disaster financial assistance for eligible claimants. To oversee provincial safety standards for boilers, pressure vessels, elevators, amusement rides and building construction. Program Delivery This area establishes fire safety standards, and provides for fire prevention and public education programs, firefighter training and education, investigations and advisory and support services to municipalities. It prepares and maintains the provincial emergency plan, and coordinates all government authorities on emergency planning, response and recovery. This area also develops and provides advice to building owners, industry, municipalities and other interested parties on building and accessibility standards. It reviews municipal building bylaws, licenses building officials and assists the Saskatchewan Building and Accessibility Standards Appeal Board, in addition to providing oversight for the Seniors Home Security program. It also administers the Gas and Electrical Licensing program and oversees safety standards and legislation for boilers, pressure vessels, elevators and amusement rides. This area administers the Provincial Disaster Assistance Program that provides financial assistance to help municipal and First Nations communities, private property owners, small businesses, and other eligible organizations recover from natural disasters. This area also administers the Sask911 program; a province-wide 9-1-1 emergency call-taking system.

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Provincial Public Safety Telecommunications Network (Subvote GR13) Objective To operate the Provincial Public Safety Telecommunications Network as part of the Emergency 911 System. Program Delivery The Provincial Public Safety Telecommunications Network enables public safety and public service agencies access to the network and ensures effective communications between emergency responders.

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (Subvote GR09) Objective To account for expenses and expense recoveries that do not require appropriation. Program Delivery This program accounts for the estimated annual consumption of the Ministry’s capital assets. Amortization is calculated using the straight-line method based on the estimated useful service life of the assets. Amortization is a non-voted, non-cash expense.

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Central Management and Services (GR01) Minister's Salary (Statutory)............................................................................ $ Executive Management.................................................................................. Central Services............................................................................................. Accommodation Services............................................................................... Subvote Total

Salaries & Benefits

Capital Transfers

Operating Transfers

48 $ 740 3,804 ........ 4,592

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

First Nations and Métis Engagement (GR12) First Nations and Métis Relations................................................................... Treaty Land Entitlement.................................................................................. First Nations and Métis Consultation Participation Fund................................. Métis Development Fund................................................................................ First Nations Gaming Agreements.................................................................. Subvote Total

1,761 ........ ........ ........ ........ 1,761

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

Municipal and Northern Engagement (GR07) Urban Revenue Sharing................................................................................. Rural Revenue Sharing.................................................................................. Northern Revenue Sharing............................................................................. Provincial/Territorial Base Fund...................................................................... Building Canada Fund - Major Infrastructure Component................................ Building Canada Fund - Communities Component.......................................... Saskatchewan Infrastructure Growth Initiative................................................ Transit Assistance for People with Disabilities Program.................................. Grants-in-Lieu of Property Taxes.................................................................... Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency.......................................... Municipal and Northern Relations................................................................... Gas Tax Program........................................................................................... Regional Planning Authorities......................................................................... Subvote Total

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 5,567 212 ........ 5,779

........ 86 ........ ........ 2,758 8,376 2,441 550 ........ ........ ........ 55,491 ........ 69,702

165,060 72,662 19,160 ........ ........ ........ ........ 2,987 11,655 10,087 5 ........ ........ 281,616

Saskatchewan Municipal Board (GR06)..................................

1,228

........

Public Safety (GR11) Emergency Management and Fire Safety....................................................... Building Standards and Licensing................................................................... Provincial Disaster Assistance Program......................................................... Public Safety Telecommunications................................................................. Subvote Total

3,702 933 4,078 ........ 8,713

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

Provincial Public Safety Telecommunications Network (GR13).......................................................................

1,127

........

Goods and Services (1)

(thousands of dollars) Other Expenses

Internal Recoveries

Total

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

158 ........ ........ ........ ........ 158

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

2,170 197 101 3,099 76,978 82,545

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 687 69 975 1,731

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

165,060 72,748 19,160 ........ 2,758 8,376 2,441 3,537 11,655 10,087 6,259 55,772 975 358,828

........

432

........

........

........

1,660

534 ........ 99,383 ........ 99,917

2,262 238 6,982 2 9,484

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

50 ........ ........ ........ 50

(525) ........ ........ ........ (525)

6,023 1,171 110,443 2 117,639

2,503

........

........

(511)

3,157

251 197 101 3,099 76,978 80,626

38

........ $ 72 1,676 2,773 4,521

Capital Asset Amortization

48 812 5,480 2,773 9,113

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Government Relations

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (GR09) Amortization - Infrastructure........................................................................... Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.......................................... Amortization - Machinery and Equipment........................................................ Amortization - Transportation Equipment........................................................ Subvote Total

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

109

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

2,405 2 91 14 2,512

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

2,405 2 91 14 2,512

Total

$

23,200 $

69,702 $

462,197 $

18,829 $

2,512 $

50 $

(1,036) $

575,454

Government Relations

$

22,230 $

69,702 $

462,197 $

16,642 $

2,512 $

50 $

(1,036) $

572,297

Government Relations - Commercial Operations Provincial Public Safety Telecommunications Network (GR13)...................... Total $

970 23,200 $

........ 69,702 $

........ 462,197 $

2,187 18,829 $

........ 2,512 $

........ 50 $

........ (1,036) $

3,157 575,454

(1) Includes communication expense of $180 and travel expense of $1,283.

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Salaries and Benefits Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for salaries, wages, honorariums, etc. and for pension and public sector benefits. Salaries ABEL, MARJ ................................................. $ AKHTAR, HASAN.......................................... ANDERSON, MARGARET R. ....................... ANDREWS, JAMES A. ................................. ANDREWS, SHANNON ................................ ANJUM, NUSAIRA ........................................ ANTONIUK, VALERIE ................................... AUSTMAN, DUSTIN...................................... BACKLUND, RANDY .................................... BAIRD, GORDON CRAIG ............................. BALL, MARGARET ....................................... BEATON, ASHLEY D. .................................. BERETI, LISA................................................ BERGSTROM, BRENDA............................... BEST, ROSALYN M. .................................... BING-WO, CARLA M. ................................... BIRLEY, SUSAN ........................................... BOIVIN, PHILLIP ........................................... BOLTON, KAREN ......................................... BOWEN, CARRIE ......................................... BOYCHUK, ANDREA D. .............................. BOYES, SCOTT ............................................ BRAITMAN, BARRY G. ................................ BRASS, JENNIFER ....................................... BRINDA, AMANDA J. ................................... BROTHEN, MARK......................................... BRYANT, BONNY M. ................................... BZDEL, JANET ............................................. BZDEL, KELLI JEAN ..................................... CALIX, JASMINE J. ...................................... CAMPBELL, CHERYL T. .............................. CARANI, SUSAN K. ..................................... CARTER, NOLAN G. .................................... CATLEY, TRENT M. ..................................... CHALUS, MICHELLE L. ............................... CHAMBERS, BONNIE................................... CHRISTOPHERSON, COLLEEN .................. CHU, MONICA .............................................. CLARK, SHEILA ............................................ CLEARY, MIEKA ........................................... COMSTOCK, KEITH ..................................... COOK, PAUL ................................................ COSSITT, R. RYAN ...................................... COTTENDEN, LORNA A. ............................. CRIDDLE, VERONICA .................................. CRITON, MITCHELL JOHN PAUL ................ CURRIE, ANGELA D. ................................... DELISLE, CHRISTOPHER R. ...................... DELORME, SHAWNEE L. ............................ DELORMIER-HILL, TRISHA M. .................... DEMERSE, JACKLYN D. ............................. DERRICK, KYLE E. ...................................... DEY, MICHAEL ............................................. DOBRA, KENNETH B. ................................. DUKART, SHAWN ........................................ DUNITZ, JARED............................................ DURELL, WADE............................................ DWYER, MAUREEN ..................................... EBERL, JOHN H. ......................................... EDWARDS, JOHN ........................................ ELLIS, ROBERT W. ..................................... EVANS, LYLE R. .......................................... FINK, JENNIFER A. ..................................... FOLWARK, TAMIE LYN ................................ FORD, DIANNE J. ........................................ FOSTER, ALETHEA A. ................................

114,162 80,928 133,830 82,578 78,840 54,315 91,235 81,377 80,998 62,814 122,766 74,661 59,058 54,562 60,753 110,430 107,060 85,369 124,531 59,382 53,475 91,401 121,722 109,608 65,127 88,878 110,417 56,205 94,887 57,988 54,252 110,519 80,667 84,823 58,375 99,992 85,748 88,878 53,672 127,676 162,870 76,499 115,128 108,090 54,733 65,769 116,364 54,941 50,451 133,830 58,080 60,118 66,778 50,317 64,162 65,049 67,783 54,042 108,090 146,986 123,906 67,291 80,677 100,514 170,955 123,298

Public Accounts, 2014-15

FRANKS, TERRI............................................ FRASER, MICHAEL....................................... FRIGON, KIM N. ........................................... FRISKE, CARL .............................................. FROH, F. JAMES........................................... FUHRO, LAURIE N. ...................................... GABEL, SHERI .............................................. GALLOWAY, RICHARD E. ........................... GANGL, JANET ............................................. GAREAU, LISE G. ........................................ GEHRING, GARY N. ..................................... GEORGESON, HOWARD G. ........................ GETZ, JENNIFER .......................................... GINGRAS, KYLE A. ...................................... GRANT, LEISHA............................................ GRAY, KERRY D. ......................................... GREEN, SHELDON ....................................... GRYSCHUK, DEBORAH ANN ....................... GUILLAUME, LORETTA LEE ........................ HABTE, GUENET .......................................... HACK, SHANE C. ......................................... HALL, LISA .................................................... HARRISON, MICHAEL D. ............................. HARRISON, TYLER JAY ............................... HAWES, DARLENE ....................................... HAWKINS, WILLIAM N. ................................ HEMSWORTH, ANDREW R. ........................ HENRY, BRAD N. ......................................... HERZOG, V. JOAN ........................................ HIEBERT, DUANE ......................................... HILLSDON, PAUL.......................................... HILTON, ALAN .............................................. HODEL, TRACY D. ....................................... HUBBARD, GORDON ................................... HUBER, JORDAN JEFFERSON .................... HUNTER, CONNIE L. ................................... HUSLI, BRENDA ........................................... JEDLIC, JANA D. .......................................... JOHNS, DEE S. ............................................ JOHNSTON, DANIEL .................................... JONES, ARTHUR G. .................................... KELK, LAURIE ............................................... KESSLER, GARTH ........................................ KING, COLIN ................................................. KITNEY, THERESE M. ................................. KNOWLES, CALVIN D. ................................. KOSOLOFSKI, CURTIS K. ........................... KOWALCZYK, KENNETH.............................. KOWALKO, LEONARD.................................. KRAYETSKI, JEANETTE M. ......................... LA ROCQUE, MARK E. ................................ LABOUCANE, AMANDA ................................ LAFONTAINE, PATRICIA C. ......................... LAIRD, R. ALLAN .......................................... LAMBERT, GAIL ............................................ LAROCQUE, SHAWNA ................................. LATUKHINA, MARIA...................................... LAUTSCH, KAREN ........................................ LEE, DIANA J. .............................................. LEIBEL, RALPH ............................................. LEIER, BRUCE .............................................. LEPPINGTON, KRISTEN............................... LI, SHAN........................................................ LLOYD, JAMES ............................................. LONGPRE, JEAN B. ..................................... LOZINSKY, JEFFREY SHAWN ..................... LUSKEY, CHARLENE ................................... MACDOUGALL, ERIC C. .............................. MAGNIN, NORMAN ....................................... MARINOS, LEONARD MARK ........................ MARKEWICH, JEFFERY ............................... MARTIN, ZACHARY R. ................................. MASTERS, JOHN H. .................................... MAURER, MICHELLE M. .............................. MCAFEE, RANDY ......................................... MCAVENA, NOEL J. .....................................

78,157 104,473 51,714 103,299 162,243 65,226 67,060 110,360 61,382 110,373 108,000 79,762 87,743 63,874 71,847 121,722 133,830 52,043 74,999 62,631 72,118 66,089 131,253 51,431 57,576 137,398 51,041 122,295 61,358 96,265 65,836 244,044 55,311 114,426 81,768 51,703 59,382 59,670 86,882 106,215 88,885 76,099 68,882 118,421 58,225 76,939 86,773 104,393 125,465 95,441 115,719 51,815 110,730 88,878 56,455 70,459 72,134 78,180 80,640 134,756 102,299 63,759 54,751 80,569 83,798 60,156 97,320 73,261 121,722 100,758 118,446 56,741 108,060 84,123 121,722 89,178

Public Accounts, 2014-15 MCDOUGALL, DAWNELLE ELIZABETH RAE ........................................................... MCKAY, AARON ........................................... MCKAY, DAN THOMAS ................................ MCKAY, DUANE H. ...................................... MCLELLAN, GRANT ..................................... MCLEOD, ROXANE ...................................... MCMILLAN, KARLENE.................................. MCNABB, DEAN ........................................... MEICKEL, MARVIN F. .................................. MILLER, SEAN .............................................. MOBERLY, CATHY L. .................................. MOEN, JUSTIN ............................................. MUNCE, KELLY ............................................ MURRAY, GARETT C. ................................. NAGY, CORREEN R. ................................... NASEWICH, ROD ......................................... NEEDHAM, DAVID P. ................................... NORTHEY, ROBERT J. ................................ OFFET, CATHERINE M. .............................. OSTEPCHUK, STACEY M. .......................... PADY, JENNIFER GAYLE ............................. PALMER, DANIEL G. ................................... PASCOE, DAVID ........................................... PAUS, JANETTE LAURIE ............................. PEDERSEN, RACHEL A. ............................. POWELL, MICHAEL JAMES ......................... REEVES, GREGORY LORNE ....................... REGNIER, BEATRICE M. ............................. REID, FRANK ................................................ RING, NADINE .............................................. RINTOUL, KATHY T. .................................... ROBBINS, LORRI N. .................................... ROCHE, KEVIN ............................................. ROSLOOT, SHAUNA R. ............................... ROYKO, SUSAN ........................................... RUMANCIK, JASON...................................... SANDERCOCK, JENNIFER DENISE ............ SANDERS, MURRAY W. .............................. SCHMIDT, MAUREEN................................... SCHOUTEN, PENNY-MAE............................ SCHROEDER, JENNA .................................. SCHWAB, KEVIN M. .................................... SCRIVER, JASON ......................................... SEMKO, LEN................................................. SIMALUK, NORMAN N. ................................ SMITH, JUDITH A. ....................................... SNELL, KENNETH ........................................ ST. ONGE, JEFF ........................................... STEFANIK, RILEY ......................................... STEPHENSON, JARED ................................ STILL, SARAH............................................... SWAN, SAM C. ............................................. SYCH, BRIAN GORDON ............................... TCHORZEWSKI, WAYNE ............................. TENEYCKE, JAY M. ..................................... THOMAS, DARREN G. ................................. TICE, KATHLEEN J. ..................................... TONIELLO, SHELLY ..................................... TOPPING, SHEILA K. ................................... TURKHEIM, RICHARD J. ............................. UHERSKY, LANDYN D. ............................... ULMER, MARY .............................................. ULRICH, ANDREA ........................................ VERHELST, ROBIN L. .................................. WANG, ZHANGE........................................... WELTER, DEANNE L. .................................. WILLIAMS, ALAN E. ..................................... WITKOWSKI, BRIDGET ................................ WOOD, DONALD K. ..................................... WOOD, RYAN ............................................... WUNDERLICH, KIM K. ................................. YATABE, BLAINE T. ..................................... YOUNG, MONIQUE THERESA ..................... YUZAK, YVETTE ........................................... ZADVORNY, LARRY PETER ........................

Government Relations 57,389 63,199 80,248 154,812 52,482 71,537 103,548 78,653 75,458 69,101 120,963 81,379 88,885 95,802 84,441 121,722 74,944 81,652 103,634 68,857 52,147 75,501 60,321 54,555 58,951 53,351 84,777 80,794 100,758 60,706 136,045 66,717 128,759 66,768 57,046 93,774 50,882 98,959 68,188 59,382 88,728 57,775 96,643 76,174 80,800 60,617 86,165 55,672 60,313 53,279 70,186 92,825 88,885 78,784 79,986 87,201 56,003 82,352 65,226 133,830 72,264 66,773 71,169 65,917 63,423 51,855 66,047 74,103 53,448 53,069 63,568 61,883 81,747 77,897 72,348

111

Allowances for Members with Additional Duties REITER, JAMES P. .......................................$

48,198

Transfers Listed, by program, are transfers to recipients who received $50,000 or more.

First Nations and Métis Engagement (GR12) Treaty Land Entitlement SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF RURAL MUNICIPALITIES ..........................$

167,496

Métis Development Fund CLARENCE CAMPEAU DEVELOPMENT FUND .........................................................$

3,099,065

First Nations Gaming Agreements BATC COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION.........................................$ DAKOTA DUNES COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORP. ............................ FIRST NATIONS TRUST ............................... LIVING SKY COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORP. ............................ NORTHERN LIGHTS COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION ............. PAINTED HAND COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION .............

4,081,184 7,020,229 55,860,628 77,613 7,570,977 2,367,698

Municipal and Northern Engagement (GR07) Urban Revenue Sharing ABERDEEN, TOWN OF.................................$ ALAMEDA, TOWN OF ................................... ALLAN, TOWN OF ......................................... ARBORFIELD, TOWN OF.............................. ARCOLA, TOWN OF...................................... ASQUITH, TOWN OF .................................... ASSINIBOIA, TOWN OF ................................ AVONLEA, VILLAGE OF................................ BALCARRES, TOWN OF ............................... BALGONIE, TOWN OF .................................. BATTLEFORD, TOWN OF ............................. BEECHY, VILLAGE OF.................................. BENGOUGH, TOWN OF................................ BETHUNE, VILLAGE OF ............................... BIENFAIT, TOWN OF .................................... BIG RIVER, TOWN OF .................................. BIGGAR, TOWN OF ...................................... BIRCH HILLS, TOWN OF .............................. BLAINE LAKE, TOWN OF.............................. BORDEN, VILLAGE OF ................................. BRADWELL, VILLAGE OF ............................. BREDENBURY, TOWN OF............................

131,955 76,209 142,583 72,738 142,800 132,822 526,516 88,356 135,859 354,506 883,769 53,867 69,918 88,789 171,216 140,631 470,770 232,819 112,650 55,168 51,915 80,981

112 BROADVIEW, TOWN OF .............................. BRUNO, TOWN OF....................................... BUCHANAN, VILLAGE OF ............................ BUENA VISTA, VILLAGE OF ........................ BURSTALL, TOWN OF ................................. CABRI, TOWN OF......................................... CANDLE LAKE, RESORT VILLAGE OF........ CANORA, TOWN OF .................................... CANWOOD, VILLAGE OF ............................. CARIEVALE, VILLAGE OF ............................ CARLYLE, TOWN OF ................................... CARNDUFF, TOWN OF ................................ CARONPORT, VILLAGE OF ......................... CARROT RIVER, TOWN OF ......................... CENTRAL BUTTE, TOWN OF ...................... CHOICELAND, TOWN OF ............................ CHRISTOPHER LAKE, VILLAGE OF ............ CHURCHBRIDGE, TOWN OF ....................... CLAVET, VILLAGE OF .................................. COLEVILLE, VILLAGE OF ............................ COLONSAY, TOWN OF ................................ CORONACH, TOWN OF ............................... CRAIK, TOWN OF......................................... CRAVEN, VILLAGE OF ................................. CUDWORTH, TOWN OF .............................. CUPAR, TOWN OF ....................................... CUT KNIFE, TOWN OF ................................. DALMENY, TOWN OF .................................. DAVIDSON, TOWN OF ................................. DEBDEN, VILLAGE OF ................................. DELISLE, TOWN OF ..................................... DINSMORE, VILLAGE OF............................. DUCK LAKE, TOWN OF ............................... DUNDURN, TOWN OF.................................. EARL GREY, VILLAGE OF ........................... EASTEND, TOWN OF ................................... EATONIA, TOWN OF .................................... EDAM, VILLAGE OF ..................................... EDENWOLD, VILLAGE OF ........................... ELBOW, VILLAGE OF ................................... ELROSE, TOWN OF ..................................... ENGLEFELD, VILLAGE OF........................... ESTERHAZY, TOWN OF .............................. ESTEVAN, CITY OF...................................... ESTON, TOWN OF ....................................... FILLMORE, VILLAGE OF .............................. FOAM LAKE, TOWN OF ............................... FORT QU'APPELLE, TOWN OF ................... FOX VALLEY, VILLAGE OF .......................... FRONTIER, VILLAGE OF ............................. GAINSBOROUGH, VILLAGE OF .................. GLASLYN, VILLAGE OF ............................... GOODSOIL, VILLAGE OF ............................. GRAND COULEE, VILLAGE OF ................... GRAVELBOURG, TOWN OF ........................ GRENFELL, TOWN OF ................................. GULL LAKE, TOWN OF ................................ HAFFORD, TOWN OF .................................. HAGUE, TOWN OF ....................................... HANLEY, TOWN OF ..................................... HEPBURN, TOWN OF .................................. HERBERT, TOWN OF................................... HUDSON BAY, TOWN OF ............................ HUMBOLDT, CITY OF .................................. IMPERIAL, TOWN OF ................................... INDIAN HEAD, TOWN OF ............................. INVERMAY, VILLAGE OF ............................. ITUNA, TOWN OF ......................................... KAMSACK, TOWN OF .................................. KATEPWA, RESORT VILLAGE OF, DISTRICT OF ............................................ KELVINGTON, TOWN OF ............................. KENASTON, VILLAGE OF ............................ KENNEDY, VILLAGE OF .............................. KENOSEE LAKE, VILLAGE OF..................... KERROBERT, TOWN OF .............................

Government Relations 126,532 126,532 50,830 115,686 67,315 88,573 167,962 483,351 77,510 53,216 314,594 246,267 233,686 218,936 81,198 84,668 59,723 163,190 85,753 69,484 105,058 156,249 100,286 52,782 169,047 127,617 114,168 371,208 224,359 79,679 213,513 71,003 127,183 152,344 53,867 116,337 112,216 98,334 53,650 70,135 105,492 55,602 538,229 2,286,267 225,660 57,337 251,039 443,222 58,422 78,161 65,146 88,139 62,977 125,881 244,098 229,565 216,550 88,139 192,473 115,253 123,929 166,661 328,259 1,174,365 77,727 395,719 55,602 156,249 397,888 89,440 195,076 63,845 54,301 57,988 232,168

Public Accounts, 2014-15

KINDERSLEY, TOWN OF.............................. KINISTINO, TOWN OF .................................. KIPLING, TOWN OF ...................................... KYLE, TOWN OF ........................................... LAFLECHE, TOWN OF .................................. LAIRD, VILLAGE OF...................................... LAKE LENORE, VILLAGE OF........................ LAMPMAN, TOWN OF .................................. LANGENBURG, TOWN OF ........................... LANGHAM, TOWN OF .................................. LANIGAN, TOWN OF .................................... LASHBURN, TOWN OF ................................. LEADER, TOWN OF ...................................... LEASK, VILLAGE OF..................................... LEMBERG, TOWN OF................................... LEOVILLE, VILLAGE OF ............................... LEROY, TOWN OF ........................................ LIPTON, VILLAGE OF ................................... LLOYDMINSTER, CITY OF ........................... LOON LAKE, VILLAGE OF ............................ LUCKY LAKE, VILLAGE OF .......................... LUMSDEN, TOWN OF................................... LUSELAND, TOWN OF ................................. MACKLIN, TOWN OF .................................... MACOUN, VILLAGE OF ................................ MAIDSTONE, TOWN OF ............................... MANITOU BEACH, RESORT VILLAGE OF.............................................................. MANOR, VILLAGE OF ................................... MAPLE CREEK, TOWN OF ........................... MARSDEN, VILLAGE OF .............................. MARSHALL, TOWN OF ................................. MARTENSVILLE, CITY OF ............................ MARYFIELD, VILLAGE OF ............................ MCLEAN, VILLAGE OF ................................. MEADOW LAKE, CITY OF ............................ MELFORT, CITY OF ...................................... MELVILLE, CITY OF ...................................... MEOTA, VILLAGE OF ................................... MIDALE, TOWN OF ....................................... MIDDLE LAKE, VILLAGE OF......................... MILESTONE, TOWN OF................................ MONTMARTRE, VILLAGE OF ....................... MOOSE JAW, CITY OF ................................. MOOSOMIN, TOWN OF ................................ MORSE, TOWN OF ....................................... MORTLACH, VILLAGE OF ............................ MOSSBANK, TOWN OF ................................ MUENSTER, VILLAGE OF ............................ NAICAM, TOWN OF ...................................... NEILBURG, VILLAGE OF .............................. NEUDORF, VILLAGE OF............................... NIPAWIN, TOWN OF ..................................... NOKOMIS, TOWN OF ................................... NORQUAY, TOWN OF .................................. NORTH BATTLEFORD, CITY OF .................. ODESSA, VILLAGE OF ................................. OGEMA, TOWN OF ....................................... OSLER, TOWN OF ........................................ OUTLOOK, TOWN OF................................... OXBOW, TOWN OF ...................................... PARADISE HILL, VILLAGE OF ...................... PELLY, VILLAGE OF ..................................... PENSE, TOWN OF ........................................ PERDUE, VILLAGE OF ................................. PIERCELAND, VILLAGE OF ......................... PILOT BUTTE, TOWN OF ............................. PONTEIX, TOWN OF .................................... PORCUPINE PLAIN, TOWN OF .................... PREECEVILLE, TOWN OF ............................ PRINCE ALBERT, CITY OF........................... PUNNICHY, VILLAGE OF.............................. QU'APPELLE, TOWN OF .............................. QUILL LAKE, VILLAGE OF ............................ RADISSON, TOWN OF ................................. RADVILLE, TOWN OF ...................................

1,016,736 163,190 229,999 96,815 90,091 64,279 66,448 156,683 251,039 281,840 303,532 211,778 180,109 91,609 61,459 81,414 94,646 82,716 2,021,115 70,135 64,279 355,807 124,797 308,954 55,385 252,774 57,771 71,870 474,024 63,628 130,870 1,595,878 81,198 67,966 1,043,443 1,153,268 940,236 68,617 123,929 54,518 136,076 105,275 6,881,967 541,049 54,084 64,712 72,955 93,562 150,826 99,201 61,025 927,151 88,139 96,381 2,872,416 53,867 81,848 238,024 480,097 280,756 113,734 63,411 117,422 80,547 121,543 402,877 133,256 187,484 234,120 7,265,631 55,385 146,922 90,742 111,565 188,569

Public Accounts, 2014-15 RAYMORE, TOWN OF .................................. REDVERS, TOWN OF................................... REGINA BEACH, TOWN OF ......................... REGINA, CITY OF ......................................... ROCANVILLE, TOWN OF ............................. ROCKGLEN, TOWN OF ................................ ROSE VALLEY, TOWN OF ........................... ROSETOWN, TOWN OF ............................... ROSTHERN, TOWN OF ................................ ROULEAU, TOWN OF................................... SALTCOATS, TOWN OF............................... SASKATOON, CITY OF ................................ SEDLEY, VILLAGE OF .................................. SHAUNAVON, TOWN OF ............................. SHELLBROOK, TOWN OF ............................ SOUTHEY, TOWN OF................................... SPALDING, VILLAGE OF .............................. SPIRITWOOD, TOWN OF ............................. SPRINGSIDE, TOWN OF .............................. ST. BRIEUX, TOWN OF ................................ ST. LOUIS, VILLAGE OF............................... ST. WALBURG, TOWN OF ........................... STAR CITY, TOWN OF ................................. STOCKHOLM, VILLAGE OF ......................... STOUGHTON, TOWN OF ............................. STRASBOURG, TOWN OF ........................... STURGIS, TOWN OF .................................... SWIFT CURRENT, CITY OF ......................... THEODORE, VILLAGE OF ............................

Government Relations 125,231 213,513 236,506 39,938,325 187,918 88,789 66,231 504,608 343,009 100,286 104,841 45,954,721 75,124 382,921 312,859 170,782 54,518 200,716 117,856 130,003 99,418 157,333 101,804 75,992 152,561 165,142 136,510 3,206,442 76,859

113

TISDALE, TOWN OF ..................................... TORQUAY, VILLAGE OF ............................... TURTLEFORD, TOWN OF ............................ UNITY, TOWN OF ......................................... VANSCOY, VILLAGE OF ............................... VIBANK, VILLAGE OF ................................... VISCOUNT, VILLAGE OF .............................. VONDA, TOWN OF........................................ WADENA, TOWN OF..................................... WAKAW, TOWN OF ...................................... WALDECK, VILLAGE OF ............................... WALDHEIM, TOWN OF ................................. WAPELLA, TOWN OF ................................... WARMAN, CITY OF ....................................... WATROUS, TOWN OF .................................. WATSON, TOWN OF..................................... WAWOTA, TOWN OF .................................... WEYBURN, CITY OF ..................................... WHITE CITY, TOWN OF ................................ WHITE FOX, VILLAGE OF............................. WHITEWOOD, TOWN OF ............................. WILCOX, VILLAGE OF .................................. WILKIE, TOWN OF ........................................ WILLOW BUNCH, TOWN OF ........................ WOLSELEY, TOWN OF................................. WYNYARD, TOWN OF .................................. YELLOW GRASS, TOWN OF ........................ YORKTON, CITY OF ..................................... YOUNG, VILLAGE OF ...................................

Rural Revenue Sharing Recipient LAKELAND NO. 521, DISTRICT OF ............................................................. $ R.M. OF ABERDEEN NO. 373.................................................................... ... R.M. OF ABERNETHY NO. 186 ................................................................... R.M. OF ANTLER NO. 61 ............................................................................. R.M. OF ARBORFIELD NO. 456 .................................................................. R.M. OF ARGYLE NO. 1 .............................................................................. R.M. OF ARLINGTON NO. 79 ...................................................................... R.M. OF ARM RIVER NO. 252 ..................................................................... R.M. OF AUVERGNE NO. 76 ....................................................................... R.M. OF BAILDON NO. 131 ......................................................................... R.M. OF BARRIER VALLEY NO. 397 ........................................................... R.M. OF BATTLE RIVER NO. 438 ................................................................ R.M. OF BAYNE NO. 371 ............................................................................. R.M. OF BEAVER RIVER NO. 622 ............................................................... R.M. OF BENGOUGH NO. 40 ...................................................................... R.M. OF BENSON NO. 35 ............................................................................ R.M. OF BIG ARM NO. 251 .......................................................................... R.M. OF BIG QUILL NO. 308........................................................................ R.M. OF BIG RIVER NO. 555 ....................................................................... R.M. OF BIG STICK NO. 141 ....................................................................... . R.M. OF BIGGAR NO. 347 ........................................................................... R.M. OF BIRCH HILLS NO. 460 ................................................................... R.M. OF BJORKDALE NO. 426 .................................................................... R.M. OF BLAINE LAKE NO. 434 .................................................................. R.M. OF BLUCHER NO. 343 ........................................................................ R.M. OF BONE CREEK NO. 108 .................................................................. R.M. OF BRATT'S LAKE NO. 129 ................................................................ R.M. OF BRITANNIA NO. 502 ...................................................................... R.M. OF BROCK NO. 64 .............................................................................. R.M. OF BROKENSHELL NO. 68 ................................................................. R.M. OF BROWNING NO. 34 ....................................................................... R.M. OF BUCHANAN NO. 304 ..................................................................... R.M. OF BUCKLAND NO. 491...................................................................... R.M. OF BUFFALO NO. 409......................................................................... R.M. OF CALDER NO. 241........................................................................... R.M. OF CALEDONIA NO. 99 ...................................................................... R.M. OF CAMBRIA NO. 6............................................................................. R.M. OF CANA NO. 214 ............................................................................... R.M. OF CANAAN NO. 225 .......................................................................... R.M. OF CANWOOD NO. 494 ...................................................................... R.M. OF CARMICHAEL NO. 109 ..................................................................

Conditional Transfers ........ ........ ........ 20,224 ........ ........ ........ 3,603 7,356 ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 2,915 ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

Unconditional Transfers $ 193,775 179,384 246,739 216,446 239,654 124,456 175,811 250,455 234,382 274,672 266,069 373,737 242,088 246,493 326,755 190,016 230,343 361,982 170,011 58,349 305,345 257,840 423,280 204,502 286,813 173,598 134,495 305,294 101,648 201,342 140,419 267,106 515,764 388,202 223,024 190,742 126,602 302,018 181,113 726,695 152,871

691,803 53,216 115,903 520,226 83,801 83,150 56,687 78,595 285,311 215,683 66,448 226,528 74,256 1,465,164 404,829 170,565 123,495 2,168,376 412,855 80,981 208,091 75,558 284,226 64,062 189,436 385,307 97,466 3,240,775 53,867

$

Total 193,775 179,384 246,739 236,670 239,654 124,456 175,811 254,058 241,738 274,672 266,069 373,737 242,088 246,493 326,755 190,016 230,343 361,982 170,011 58,349 308,260 257,840 423,280 204,502 286,813 173,598 134,495 305,294 101,648 201,342 140,419 267,106 515,764 388,202 223,024 190,742 126,602 302,018 181,113 726,695 152,871

114

Government Relations

Rural Revenue Sharing Recipient R.M. OF CARON NO. 162 ............................................................................. R.M. OF CHAPLIN NO. 164 .......................................................................... R.M. OF CHESTER NO. 125 ......................................................................... R.M. OF CHESTERFIELD NO. 261 ............................................................... R.M. OF CHURCHBRIDGE NO. 211 ............................................................. R.M. OF CLAYTON NO. 333 ......................................................................... R.M. OF CLINWORTH NO. 230 .................................................................... R.M. OF COALFIELDS NO. 4........................................................................ R.M. OF COLONSAY NO. 342 ...................................................................... R.M. OF CONNAUGHT NO. 457 ................................................................... R.M. OF CORMAN PARK NO. 344 ............................................................... R.M. OF COTE NO. 271 ................................................................................ R.M. OF COTEAU NO. 255 ........................................................................... R.M. OF COULEE NO. 136 ........................................................................... R.M. OF CRAIK NO. 222 ............................................................................... R.M. OF CUPAR NO. 218 ............................................................................. R.M. OF CUT KNIFE NO. 439 ....................................................................... R.M. OF CYMRI NO. 36 ................................................................................ R.M. OF DEER FORKS NO. 232 ................................................................... R.M. OF DOUGLAS NO. 436 ........................................................................ R.M. OF DUCK LAKE NO. 463...................................................................... R.M. OF DUFFERIN NO. 190 ........................................................................ R.M. OF DUNDURN NO. 314 ........................................................................ R.M. OF EAGLE CREEK NO. 376 ................................................................. R.M. OF EDENWOLD NO. 158 ..................................................................... R.M. OF ELCAPO NO. 154 ........................................................................... R.M. OF ELDON NO. 471 ............................................................................. R.M. OF ELFROS NO. 307............................................................................ R.M. OF ELMSTHORPE NO. 100 ................................................................. R.M. OF EMERALD NO. 277......................................................................... R.M. OF ENFIELD NO. 194 ........................................................................... R.M. OF ENNISKILLEN NO. 3....................................................................... R.M. OF ENTERPRISE NO. 142 ................................................................... R.M. OF ESTEVAN NO. 5 ............................................................................. R.M. OF EXCEL NO. 71 ................................................................................ R.M. OF EXCELSIOR NO. 166 ..................................................................... R.M. OF EYE HILL NO. 382 .......................................................................... R.M. OF EYEBROW NO. 193........................................................................ R.M. OF FERTILE BELT NO. 183 ................................................................. R.M. OF FERTILE VALLEY NO. 285 ............................................................. R.M. OF FILLMORE NO. 96 .......................................................................... R.M. OF FISH CREEK NO. 402..................................................................... R.M. OF FLETT'S SPRINGS NO. 429 ........................................................... R.M. OF FOAM LAKE NO. 276 ..................................................................... R.M. OF FOX VALLEY NO. 171 .................................................................... R.M. OF FRANCIS NO. 127 .......................................................................... R.M. OF FRENCHMAN BUTTE NO. 501....................................................... R.M. OF FRONTIER NO. 19.......................................................................... R.M. OF GARDEN RIVER NO. 490 ............................................................... R.M. OF GARRY NO. 245 ............................................................................. R.M. OF GLEN BAIN NO. 105 ....................................................................... R.M. OF GLEN MCPHERSON NO. 46 .......................................................... R.M. OF GLENSIDE NO. 377 ........................................................................ R.M. OF GOLDEN WEST NO. 95.................................................................. R.M. OF GOOD LAKE NO. 274 ..................................................................... R.M. OF GRANDVIEW NO. 349 .................................................................... R.M. OF GRANT NO. 372 ............................................................................. R.M. OF GRASS LAKE NO. 381 ................................................................... R.M. OF GRASSY CREEK NO. 78 ................................................................ R.M. OF GRAVELBOURG NO. 104 .............................................................. R.M. OF GRAYSON NO. 184 ........................................................................ R.M. OF GREAT BEND NO. 405 ................................................................... R.M. OF GRIFFIN NO. 66 ............................................................................. R.M. OF GULL LAKE NO. 139 ...................................................................... R.M. OF HAPPY VALLEY NO. 10 ................................................................. R.M. OF HAPPYLAND NO. 231 .................................................................... R.M. OF HARRIS NO. 316 ............................................................................ R.M. OF HART BUTTE NO. 11 ..................................................................... R.M. OF HAZEL DELL NO. 335..................................................................... R.M. OF HAZELWOOD NO. 94 ..................................................................... R.M. OF HEART'S HILL NO. 352 .................................................................. R.M. OF HILLSBOROUGH NO. 132 ..............................................................

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Conditional Transfers ........ ........ ........ 3,041 ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ....... ....... ....... ....... 4,057 ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... 3,530 ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... 8,299 ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... .......

Unconditional Transfers 145,019 50,187 136,705 211,141 270,820 444,340 80,593 132,357 70,052 285,756 1,452,075 200,336 228,210 271,145 160,402 355,456 187,333 155,836 74,008 244,057 296,110 167,172 178,569 252,381 629,548 365,573 174,612 274,545 283,193 360,082 270,390 166,644 91,351 200,042 303,317 368,161 163,530 253,799 257,052 136,821 251,491 201,892 240,574 445,379 85,924 226,850 278,374 168,309 286,408 320,915 160,305 78,911 224,990 202,340 323,761 234,987 224,631 156,343 144,470 228,250 313,221 265,637 125,806 90,624 57,578 123,149 255,438 90,167 439,465 147,368 95,216 58,010

Total 145,019 50,187 136,705 214,182 270,820 444,340 80,593 132,357 70,052 285,756 1,452,075 200,336 228,210 271,145 160,402 355,456 191,390 155,836 74,008 244,057 296,110 167,172 178,569 252,381 629,548 365,573 174,612 278,075 283,193 360,082 270,390 166,644 91,351 200,042 303,317 368,161 163,530 253,799 257,052 136,821 251,491 201,892 240,574 445,379 85,924 226,850 278,374 168,309 286,408 320,915 160,305 78,911 224,990 202,340 323,761 243,286 224,631 156,343 144,470 228,250 313,221 265,637 125,806 90,624 57,578 123,149 255,438 90,167 439,465 147,368 95,216 58,010

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Government Relations

Rural Revenue Sharing Recipient R.M. OF HILLSDALE NO. 440 ...................................................................... R.M. OF HOODOO NO. 401 ......................................................................... R.M. OF HUDSON BAY NO. 394.................................................................. R.M. OF HUMBOLDT NO. 370 ..................................................................... R.M. OF HURON NO. 223 ............................................................................ R.M. OF INDIAN HEAD NO. 156 .................................................................. R.M. OF INSINGER NO. 275 ........................................................................ R.M. OF INVERGORDON NO. 430 .............................................................. R.M. OF INVERMAY NO. 305 ...................................................................... R.M. OF ITUNA BON ACCORD NO. 246 ..................................................... R.M. OF KELLROSS NO. 247 ...................................................................... R.M. OF KELVINGTON NO. 366 .................................................................. R.M. OF KEY WEST NO. 70......................................................................... R.M. OF KEYS NO. 303 ............................................................................... R.M. OF KINDERSLEY NO. 290................................................................... R.M. OF KING GEORGE NO. 256 ................................................................ R.M. OF KINGSLEY NO. 124 ....................................................................... R.M. OF KINISTINO NO. 459 ....................................................................... R.M. OF LAC PELLETIER NO. 107 .............................................................. R.M. OF LACADENA NO. 228 ...................................................................... R.M. OF LAIRD NO. 404 .............................................................................. R.M. OF LAJORD NO. 128 ........................................................................... R.M. OF LAKE ALMA NO. 8 ......................................................................... R.M. OF LAKE JOHNSTON NO. 102............................................................ R.M. OF LAKE LENORE NO. 399 ................................................................ R.M. OF LAKE OF THE RIVERS NO. 72 ...................................................... R.M. OF LAKESIDE NO. 338........................................................................ R.M. OF LAKEVIEW NO. 337 ....................................................................... R.M. OF LANGENBURG NO. 181 ................................................................ R.M. OF LAST MOUNTAIN VALLEY NO. 250 .............................................. R.M. OF LAURIER NO. 38............................................................................ R.M. OF LAWTONIA NO. 135 ...................................................................... R.M. OF LEASK NO. 464 ............................................................................. R.M. OF LEROY NO. 339 ............................................................................. R.M. OF LIPTON NO. 217 ............................................................................ R.M. OF LIVINGSTON NO. 331.................................................................... R.M. OF LOMOND NO. 37 ........................................................................... R.M. OF LONE TREE NO. 18 ....................................................................... R.M. OF LONGLAKETON NO. 219 .............................................................. R.M. OF LOON LAKE NO. 561 ..................................................................... R.M. OF LOREBURN NO. 254 ..................................................................... R.M. OF LOST RIVER NO. 313 .................................................................... R.M. OF LUMSDEN NO. 189........................................................................ R.M. OF MANITOU LAKE NO. 442............................................................... R.M. OF MANKOTA NO. 45 ......................................................................... R.M. OF MAPLE BUSH NO. 224 .................................................................. R.M. OF MAPLE CREEK NO. 111 ................................................................ R.M. OF MARIPOSA NO. 350 ...................................................................... R.M. OF MARQUIS NO. 191 ........................................................................ R.M. OF MARRIOTT NO. 317 ...................................................................... R.M. OF MARTIN NO. 122 ........................................................................... R.M. OF MARYFIELD NO. 91....................................................................... R.M. OF MAYFIELD NO. 406 ....................................................................... R.M. OF MCCRANEY NO. 282 ..................................................................... R.M. OF MCKILLOP NO. 220 ....................................................................... R.M. OF MCLEOD NO. 185 .......................................................................... R.M. OF MEADOW LAKE NO. 588............................................................... R.M. OF MEDSTEAD NO. 497 ..................................................................... R.M. OF MEETING LAKE NO. 466 ............................................................... R.M. OF MEOTA NO. 468 ............................................................................ R.M. OF MERVIN NO. 499 ........................................................................... R.M. OF MILDEN NO. 286............................................................................ R.M. OF MILTON NO. 292............................................................................ R.M. OF MIRY CREEK NO. 229 ................................................................... R.M. OF MONET NO. 257 ............................................................................ R.M. OF MONTMARTRE NO. 126................................................................ R.M. OF MONTROSE NO. 315..................................................................... R.M. OF MOOSE CREEK NO. 33................................................................. R.M. OF MOOSE JAW NO. 161 ................................................................... R.M. OF MOOSE MOUNTAIN NO. 63 .......................................................... R.M. OF MOOSE RANGE NO. 486 .............................................................. R.M. OF MOOSOMIN NO. 121 .....................................................................

115

Conditional Transfers ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... 11,808 ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... 21,559 78,295 ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... .......

Unconditional Transfers 195,094 209,815 325,598 290,820 70,704 301,078 358,866 318,371 286,812 265,246 352,921 341,309 262,778 299,396 220,137 168,433 192,243 491,305 170,319 205,069 298,527 294,809 128,665 165,403 211,958 237,068 156,022 283,786 187,362 266,965 172,121 237,532 531,932 294,724 280,094 330,196 96,429 53,342 471,908 255,148 104,206 152,292 344,957 158,137 228,680 185,264 388,975 130,034 159,470 219,389 160,169 178,984 168,255 264,330 184,564 397,406 536,005 252,228 260,900 253,634 368,290 102,808 68,790 146,048 249,118 270,340 198,795 107,778 191,997 170,407 420,010 168,071

Total 195,094 209,815 325,598 290,820 70,704 301,078 358,866 330,179 286,812 265,246 352,921 341,309 262,778 299,396 220,137 168,433 192,243 491,305 170,319 205,069 298,527 294,809 128,665 165,403 211,958 237,068 156,022 283,786 187,362 266,965 172,121 237,532 531,932 294,724 280,094 330,196 96,429 53,342 471,908 255,148 104,206 152,292 344,957 158,137 228,680 185,264 388,975 130,034 159,470 219,389 160,169 178,984 168,255 264,330 184,564 397,406 536,005 252,228 260,900 253,634 368,290 102,808 90,349 224,343 249,118 270,340 198,795 107,778 191,997 170,407 420,010 168,071

116

Government Relations

Rural Revenue Sharing Recipient R.M. OF MORRIS NO. 312............................................................................ R.M. OF MORSE NO. 165 ............................................................................. R.M. OF MOUNT HOPE NO. 279 .................................................................. R.M. OF MOUNT PLEASANT NO. 2 ............................................................. R.M. OF MOUNTAIN VIEW NO. 318 ............................................................. R.M. OF NEWCOMBE NO. 260..................................................................... R.M. OF NIPAWIN NO. 487........................................................................... R.M. OF NORTH BATTLEFORD NO. 437 ..................................................... R.M. OF NORTH QU'APPELLE NO. 187....................................................... R.M. OF NORTON NO. 69 ............................................................................ R.M. OF OAKDALE NO. 320 ......................................................................... R.M. OF OLD POST NO. 43 .......................................................................... R.M. OF ORKNEY NO. 244 ........................................................................... R.M. OF PADDOCKWOOD NO. 520 ............................................................. R.M. OF PARKDALE NO. 498 ....................................................................... R.M. OF PAYNTON NO. 470......................................................................... R.M. OF PENSE NO. 160.............................................................................. R.M. OF PERDUE NO. 346 ........................................................................... R.M. OF PIAPOT NO. 110 ............................................................................. R.M. OF PINTO CREEK NO. 75 .................................................................... R.M. OF PITTVILLE NO. 169 ........................................................................ R.M. OF PLEASANT VALLEY NO. 288 ......................................................... R.M. OF PLEASANTDALE NO. 398 .............................................................. R.M. OF PONASS LAKE NO. 367 ................................................................. R.M. OF POPLAR VALLEY NO. 12 ............................................................... R.M. OF PORCUPINE NO. 395 ..................................................................... R.M. OF PRAIRIE ROSE NO. 309................................................................. R.M. OF PRAIRIEDALE NO. 321 .................................................................. R.M. OF PREECEVILLE NO. 334.................................................................. R.M. OF PRINCE ALBERT NO. 461 .............................................................. R.M. OF PROGRESS NO. 351...................................................................... R.M. OF RECIPROCITY NO. 32.................................................................... R.M. OF REDBERRY NO. 435 ...................................................................... R.M. OF REDBURN NO. 130 ........................................................................ R.M. OF REFORD NO. 379 ........................................................................... R.M. OF RENO NO. 51 ................................................................................. R.M. OF RIVERSIDE NO. 168....................................................................... R.M. OF ROCANVILLE NO. 151 ................................................................... R.M. OF RODGERS NO. 133 ........................................................................ R.M. OF ROSEDALE NO. 283 ...................................................................... R.M. OF ROSEMOUNT NO. 378 ................................................................... R.M. OF ROSTHERN NO. 403 ...................................................................... R.M. OF ROUND HILL NO. 467 .................................................................... R.M. OF ROUND VALLEY NO. 410 .............................................................. R.M. OF RUDY NO. 284................................................................................ R.M. OF SALTCOATS NO. 213 ..................................................................... R.M. OF SARNIA NO. 221............................................................................. R.M. OF SASKATCHEWAN LANDING NO. 167............................................ R.M. OF SASMAN NO. 336 ........................................................................... R.M. OF SCOTT NO. 98................................................................................ R.M. OF SENLAC NO. 411............................................................................ R.M. OF SHAMROCK NO. 134 ..................................................................... R.M. OF SHELLBROOK NO. 493 .................................................................. R.M. OF SHERWOOD NO. 159..................................................................... R.M. OF SILVERWOOD NO. 123 .................................................................. R.M. OF SLIDING HILLS NO. 273 ................................................................. R.M. OF SNIPE LAKE NO. 259 ..................................................................... R.M. OF SOURIS VALLEY NO. 7 .................................................................. R.M. OF SOUTH QU'APPELLE NO. 157 ....................................................... R.M. OF SPALDING NO. 368 ........................................................................ R.M. OF SPIRITWOOD NO. 496 ................................................................... R.M. OF SPY HILL NO. 152 .......................................................................... R.M. OF ST. ANDREWS NO. 287 ................................................................. R.M. OF ST. LOUIS NO. 431......................................................................... R.M. OF ST. PETER NO. 369 ....................................................................... R.M. OF ST. PHILIPS NO. 301...................................................................... R.M. OF STANLEY NO. 215.......................................................................... R.M. OF STAR CITY NO. 428 ....................................................................... R.M. OF STONEHENGE NO. 73 ................................................................... R.M. OF STORTHOAKS NO. 31 ................................................................... R.M. OF SURPRISE VALLEY NO. 9 ............................................................. R.M. OF SUTTON NO. 103 ...........................................................................

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Conditional Transfers ....... ....... ....... ....... 3,708 ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... 7,475 ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... 4,285 ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... 8,618 ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... 5,072 ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... 7,276 ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... 5,426 10,427 ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... 14,969 .......

Unconditional Transfers 152,302 258,259 646,230 132,655 98,948 200,524 375,287 159,575 167,583 192,763 92,576 286,704 339,318 287,452 315,192 82,473 136,433 174,474 300,885 188,729 235,674 167,612 358,192 354,024 162,714 563,300 149,874 73,640 503,946 585,000 116,400 115,575 373,460 124,602 181,053 202,530 158,286 144,268 131,854 311,635 126,072 511,105 272,749 125,447 290,479 337,419 325,307 144,282 427,696 163,986 73,777 152,030 531,734 187,046 179,290 378,796 242,851 128,440 364,732 341,116 655,408 99,360 157,597 380,296 367,809 171,762 413,491 323,649 237,859 129,467 106,403 288,805

Total 152,302 258,259 646,230 132,655 102,656 200,524 375,287 159,575 167,583 192,763 92,576 286,704 346,793 287,452 315,192 82,473 136,433 174,474 300,885 193,014 235,674 167,612 358,192 354,024 162,714 563,300 149,874 73,640 503,946 585,000 116,400 115,575 373,460 124,602 181,053 202,530 158,286 144,268 131,854 311,635 134,690 511,105 272,749 125,447 290,479 337,419 330,379 144,282 427,696 163,986 73,777 152,030 531,734 187,046 179,290 386,072 242,851 128,440 364,732 341,116 655,408 99,360 163,023 390,723 367,809 171,762 413,491 323,649 237,859 129,467 121,372 288,805

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Government Relations

Rural Revenue Sharing Recipient R.M. OF SWIFT CURRENT NO. 137 ............................................................ R.M. OF TECUMSEH NO. 65 ....................................................................... R.M. OF TERRELL NO. 101 ......................................................................... R.M. OF THE GAP NO. 39 ........................................................................... R.M. OF THREE LAKES NO. 400................................................................. R.M. OF TISDALE NO. 427 .......................................................................... R.M. OF TORCH RIVER NO. 488................................................................. R.M. OF TOUCHWOOD NO. 248 ................................................................. R.M. OF TRAMPING LAKE NO. 380 ............................................................ R.M. OF TULLYMET NO. 216 ...................................................................... R.M. OF TURTLE RIVER NO. 469 ............................................................... R.M. OF USBORNE NO. 310 ....................................................................... R.M. OF VAL MARIE NO. 17 ........................................................................ R.M. OF VANSCOY NO. 345........................................................................ R.M. OF VICTORY NO. 226 ......................................................................... R.M. OF VISCOUNT NO. 341....................................................................... R.M. OF WALLACE NO. 243 ........................................................................ R.M. OF WALPOLE NO. 92 .......................................................................... R.M. OF WAVERLEY NO. 44 ....................................................................... R.M. OF WAWKEN NO. 93........................................................................... R.M. OF WEBB NO. 138 .............................................................................. R.M. OF WELLINGTON NO. 97.................................................................... R.M. OF WEYBURN NO. 67 ......................................................................... R.M. OF WHEATLANDS NO. 163 ................................................................ R.M. OF WHISKA CREEK NO. 106 .............................................................. R.M. OF WHITE VALLEY NO. 49 ................................................................. R.M. OF WILLNER NO. 253 ......................................................................... R.M. OF WILLOW BUNCH NO. 42 ............................................................... R.M. OF WILLOW CREEK NO. 458 ............................................................. R.M. OF WILLOWDALE NO. 153 ................................................................. R.M. OF WILTON NO. 472 ........................................................................... R.M. OF WINSLOW NO. 319........................................................................ R.M. OF WISE CREEK NO. 77..................................................................... R.M. OF WOLSELEY NO. 155 ..................................................................... R.M. OF WOLVERINE NO. 340 .................................................................... R.M. OF WOOD CREEK NO. 281 ................................................................ R.M. OF WOOD RIVER NO. 74 .................................................................... R.M. OF WREFORD NO. 280....................................................................... SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF RURAL MUNICIPALITIES ...............

19,160,324

Building Canada Fund - Major Infrastructure Component SASKATOON, CITY OF ................................ $

2,758,000

Building Canada Fund - Communities Component BALGONIE, TOWN OF.................................. $ BATTLEFORD, TOWN OF ............................ DUNDURN RURAL WATER UTILITY ............ HAGUE, TOWN OF ....................................... HEPBURN, TOWN OF .................................. ITUNA, TOWN OF ......................................... LA LOCHE, NORTHERN VILLAGE OF ......... MILESTONE, TOWN OF ............................... MOSSBANK, TOWN OF................................ R.M. OF BEAVER RIVER NO. 622 ................ R.M. OF KINDERSLEY RURAL WATER UTILITY ..................................................... R.M. OF MCKILLOP NO. 220 ........................ R.M. OF MONET NO. 257 .............................

Conditional Transfers ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... 2,478 ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... 2,925 ....... ....... ....... ....... ....... 613,944

Unconditional Transfers 354,702 83,271 263,080 185,876 373,010 263,494 691,340 271,693 130,468 179,133 154,647 160,096 184,118 427,407 219,731 175,268 325,687 217,080 236,889 167,160 196,896 176,297 235,631 93,785 202,436 360,884 186,087 334,587 413,657 278,681 327,639 108,821 136,603 312,796 111,678 127,964 242,011 125,722 .......

SASK. LANDING REGIONAL WATER PIPELINE UTILITY ..................................... WATROUS, TOWN OF .................................. WEYBURN, CITY OF .....................................

Northern Revenue Sharing NORTHERN MUNICIPAL TRUST ACCOUNT ................................................. $

117

421,842 117,198 703,049 239,741 58,386 124,964 1,325,517 219,841 107,832 267,369 1,384,590 1,248,852 80,000

Total 354,702 83,271 263,080 185,876 373,010 263,494 691,340 271,693 130,468 179,133 154,647 160,096 184,118 427,407 219,731 175,268 328,165 217,080 236,889 167,160 196,896 176,297 235,631 93,785 202,436 360,884 186,087 334,587 413,657 278,681 327,639 108,821 139,528 312,796 111,678 127,964 242,011 125,722 613,944 1,424,155 147,337 373,268

Saskatchewan Infrastructure Growth Initiative ESTEVAN, CITY OF ......................................$ KERROBERT, TOWN OF .............................. MELFORT, CITY OF ...................................... NORTH BATTLEFORD, CITY OF .................. PILOT BUTTE, TOWN OF ............................. R.M. OF EDENWOLD NO. 158 ...................... REGINA, CITY OF ......................................... SWIFT CURRENT, CITY OF .......................... WARMAN, CITY OF ....................................... WEYBURN, CITY OF ..................................... WHITE CITY, TOWN OF ................................ WHITEWOOD, TOWN OF .............................

246,969 66,447 72,303 182,042 152,524 169,348 260,962 106,256 190,800 218,729 103,038 61,926

Transit Assistance for People with Disabilities Program ESTEVAN, CITY OF ......................................$ MAPLE CREEK, TOWN OF ........................... MOOSE JAW, CITY OF ................................. NIPAWIN, TOWN OF ..................................... PRINCE ALBERT, CITY OF ...........................

128,286 55,337 275,906 61,295 236,084

118 REGINA, CITY OF......................................... SASKATOON, CITY OF ................................ SHAUNAVON, TOWN OF ............................. SWIFT CURRENT, CITY OF .........................

Government Relations 1,157,543 1,077,592 55,751 69,744

Grants-in-Lieu of Property Taxes LA RONGE, TOWN OF ................................. $ MEADOW LAKE, CITY OF ............................ MELFORT, CITY OF ..................................... MOOSE JAW, CITY OF................................. NORTH BATTLEFORD, CITY OF ................. PRINCE ALBERT, CITY OF .......................... R.M. OF BUCKLAND NO. 491 ...................... R.M. OF SHERWOOD NO. 159..................... REGINA, CITY OF......................................... SASKATOON, CITY OF ................................ SWIFT CURRENT, CITY OF ......................... WEYBURN, CITY OF .................................... YORKTON, CITY OF .....................................

198,109 282,892 92,366 406,496 250,045 1,580,880 52,916 502,188 6,034,873 1,239,007 150,945 89,667 170,608

Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency SASKATCHEWAN ASSESSMENT MANAGEMENT AGENCY ......................... $

10,087,000

Gas Tax Program AIR RONGE, NORTHERN VILLAGE OF ....... $ ASSINIBOIA, TOWN OF ............................... BALGONIE, TOWN OF ................................. BATTLEFORD, TOWN OF ............................ BIGGAR, TOWN OF ...................................... BIRCH HILLS, TOWN OF .............................. BUFFALO NARROWS, NORTHERN VILLAGE OF ............................................. CANORA, TOWN OF .................................... CARLYLE, TOWN OF ................................... CARNDUFF, TOWN OF ................................ CARONPORT, VILLAGE OF ......................... CARROT RIVER, TOWN OF ......................... CREIGHTON, TOWN OF .............................. DALMENY, TOWN OF .................................. DAVIDSON, TOWN OF ................................. DELISLE, TOWN OF ..................................... ESTERHAZY, TOWN OF .............................. ESTEVAN, CITY OF...................................... ESTON, TOWN OF ....................................... FOAM LAKE, TOWN OF ............................... FORT QU'APPELLE, TOWN OF ................... GRAVELBOURG, TOWN OF ........................ GRENFELL, TOWN OF ................................. GULL LAKE, TOWN OF ................................ HUDSON BAY, TOWN OF ............................ HUMBOLDT, CITY OF .................................. ILE A LA CROSSE, NORTHERN VILLAGE OF ............................................. INDIAN HEAD, TOWN OF ............................. KAMSACK, TOWN OF .................................. KELVINGTON, TOWN OF ............................. KERROBERT, TOWN OF ............................. KINDERSLEY, TOWN OF ............................. KIPLING, TOWN OF ..................................... LA LOCHE, NORTHERN VILLAGE OF ......... LA RONGE, TOWN OF ................................. LAKELAND NO. 521, DISTRICT OF ............. LANGHAM, TOWN OF .................................. LANIGAN, TOWN OF .................................... LASHBURN, TOWN OF ................................ LLOYDMINSTER, CITY OF ........................... LUMSDEN, TOWN OF ..................................

59,242 137,342 92,300 230,892 122,745 60,435 65,490 126,039 81,849 63,957 60,662 56,800 85,086 96,674 58,220 55,380 140,410 627,867 58,561 65,206 115,531 63,389 59,583 56,175 85,427 322,510 77,532 103,092 103,660 50,552 60,265 265,710 59,697 148,305 155,802 50,211 73,272 78,952 54,926 555,050 92,641

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MACKLIN, TOWN OF .................................... MAIDSTONE, TOWN OF ............................... MAPLE CREEK, TOWN OF ........................... MARTENSVILLE, CITY OF ............................ MEADOW LAKE, CITY OF ............................ MELFORT, CITY OF ...................................... MELVILLE, CITY OF ...................................... MOOSE JAW, CITY OF ................................. MOOSOMIN, TOWN OF ................................ NIPAWIN, TOWN OF ..................................... NORTH BATTLEFORD, CITY OF .................. NORTHERN MUNICIPAL TRUST ACCOUNT ................................................. OSLER, TOWN OF ........................................ OUTLOOK, TOWN OF................................... OXBOW, TOWN OF ...................................... PILOT BUTTE, TOWN OF ............................. PINEHOUSE, NORTHERN VILLAGE OF ...... PREECEVILLE, TOWN OF ............................ PRINCE ALBERT, CITY OF........................... R.M. OF ABERDEEN NO. 373 ....................... R.M. OF BATTLE RIVER NO. 438 ................. R.M. OF BEAVER RIVER NO. 622 ................ R.M. OF BJORKDALE NO. 426 ..................... R.M. OF BLUCHER NO. 343 ......................... R.M. OF BRITANNIA NO. 502 ....................... R.M. OF BUCKLAND NO. 491 ....................... R.M. OF CANWOOD NO. 494 ....................... R.M. OF CORMAN PARK NO. 344 ................ R.M. OF DUNDURN NO. 314 ........................ R.M. OF EDENWOLD NO. 158 ...................... R.M. OF ESTEVAN NO. 5.............................. R.M. OF EXCELSIOR NO. 166 ...................... R.M. OF FRENCHMAN BUTTE NO. 501 ....... R.M. OF HUDSON BAY NO. 394 ................... R.M. OF HUMBOLDT NO. 370 ...................... R.M. OF KINDERSLEY NO. 290 .................... R.M. OF LAIRD NO. 404 ................................ R.M. OF LAJORD NO. 128 ............................ R.M. OF LONGLAKETON NO. 219 ................ R.M. OF LUMSDEN NO. 189 ......................... R.M. OF MAPLE CREEK NO. 111 ................. R.M. OF MEADOW LAKE NO. 588 ................ R.M. OF MEOTA NO. 468.............................. R.M. OF MERVIN NO. 499 ............................ R.M. OF MOOSE JAW NO. 161..................... R.M. OF MOOSE RANGE NO. 486................ R.M. OF NIPAWIN NO. 487 ........................... R.M. OF ORKNEY NO. 244 ........................... R.M. OF PADDOCKWOOD NO. 520 ............. R.M. OF PRINCE ALBERT NO. 461 .............. R.M. OF ROSTHERN NO. 403 ...................... R.M. OF SHELLBROOK NO. 493 .................. R.M. OF SHERWOOD NO. 159 ..................... R.M. OF SOUTH QU'APPELLE NO. 157 ..................................................... R.M. OF SPIRITWOOD NO. 496 ................... R.M. OF ST. LOUIS NO. 431 ......................... R.M. OF STAR CITY NO. 428 ........................ R.M. OF SWIFT CURRENT NO. 137 ............. R.M. OF TISDALE NO. 427 ........................... R.M. OF TORCH RIVER NO. 488 .................. R.M. OF VANSCOY NO. 345 ......................... R.M. OF WEYBURN NO. 67 .......................... R.M. OF WILTON NO. 472 ............................ REDVERS, TOWN OF ................................... REGINA BEACH, TOWN OF ......................... REGINA, CITY OF ......................................... ROSETOWN, TOWN OF ............................... ROSTHERN, TOWN OF ................................ SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF RURAL MUNICIPALITIES .......................... SASKATOON, CITY OF ................................. SHAUNAVON, TOWN OF.............................. SHELLBROOK, TOWN OF ............................ SPIRITWOOD, TOWN OF .............................

80,372 65,661 123,597 438,269 286,556 316,717 258,213 1,889,963 141,148 242,252 788,838 83,894 61,798 125,187 72,988 104,966 55,550 60,776 1,995,327 57,709 62,423 57,766 51,120 258,273 98,491 207,774 80,883 474,507 65,206 236,686 64,695 54,471 81,678 63,730 50,268 56,062 70,432 56,402 54,642 100,650 65,547 152,054 53,165 69,523 65,150 64,241 58,504 105,648 55,323 204,537 114,452 130,458 52,767 72,193 76,623 55,039 51,745 115,418 52,029 83,382 154,155 59,526 84,859 55,380 61,401 10,968,080 131,606 89,290 200,000 12,620,335 99,741 81,394 52,029

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SWIFT CURRENT, CITY OF ......................... TISDALE, TOWN OF ..................................... UNITY, TOWN OF ......................................... WADENA, TOWN OF .................................... WAKAW, TOWN OF ...................................... WALDHEIM, TOWN OF................................. WARMAN, CITY OF ...................................... WATROUS, TOWN OF.................................. WEYBURN, CITY OF .................................... WHITE CITY, TOWN OF ............................... WHITEWOOD, TOWN OF ............................. WILKIE, TOWN OF........................................ WYNYARD, TOWN OF.................................. YORKTON, CITY OF .....................................

880,570 180,624 135,695 74,181 55,948 58,788 402,371 105,478 595,491 107,579 53,960 73,897 100,366 889,999

Public Safety (GR11) Emergency Management and Fire Safety PRINCE ALBERT, CITY OF .......................... $

524,909

Provincial Disaster Assistance Program ALIDA, VILLAGE OF ..................................... $ ANTONY, NICKOLAS D. .............................. B & B HAUSER FARMS INC. ....................... BALGONIE, TOWN OF.................................. BATTLEFORD, TOWN OF ............................ BAUMAN, LALANIA A. & BAUMAN, DARRELL B. ............................................. BCS FARM LTD. .......................................... BETHUNE, VILLAGE OF ............................... BIRD'S POINT, RESORT VILLAGE OF ......... BLAINE, LORNA J., BLAINE, KENNETH (ESTATE OF)........................... BOHNERT, ELIZABETH M. .......................... BORDEN, VILLAGE OF................................. BOYCE, CHARLES WAYNE & BOYCE, SHERRIE LYN ........................................... BREDENBURY, TOWN OF ........................... BROWN, BOB ............................................... BRULE, MAURICE O. ................................... BUENA VISTA, VILLAGE OF ........................ BUFFALO POUND PROVINCIAL PARK ....... CARNDUFF, TOWN OF ................................ CLAVET, VILLAGE OF .................................. CLOSE, JOHANNE S. .................................. COLONSAY, TOWN OF ................................ CRAVEN, VILLAGE OF ................................. CRIDDLE, DAVID W. & CRIDDLE, DEBBY A. ................................................. CUDWORTH, TOWN OF ............................... CUMBERLAND HOUSE, NORTHERN VILLAGE OF.............................................. CUPAR, TOWN OF ....................................... DUCK MOUNTAIN PROVINCIAL PARK........ EARL GREY, VILLAGE OF............................ ESTERHAZY REGIONAL PARK AUTHORITY .............................................. ESTERHAZY, TOWN OF .............................. ETTERS BEACH, RESORT VILLAGE OF ..... FEWSTER, GLORIA ...................................... FLEMING, TOWN OF .................................... FLETT, GERALD C. ..................................... FLICK, CLIFFORD & FLICK, MARGARET .............................................. FLOWING SPRINGS GOLF GREENS........... FORREST, MURRAY & FORREST, ROSE ... FORT SAN, RESORT VILLAGE OF .............. FERGUSON, BOND W. ................................

103,194 55,293 55,296 419,117 1,458,000 67,681 246,018 86,954 597,981 218,030 126,408 291,641 116,841 83,226 92,344 83,429 64,679 100,000 175,000 50,000 53,701 374,104 750,000 54,123 300,000 51,105 200,000 65,000 65,000 852,375 60,000 180,000 66,414 176,425 52,185 196,437 216,634 55,629 69,424 240,000

GAINSBOROUGH, VILLAGE OF ................... GERALD, VILLAGE OF.................................. GLEN HARBOUR, RESORT VILLAGE OF .... GOODEVE, VILLAGE OF .............................. GORCHYNSKI, JAMES & GORCHYNSKI, LISA ................................. GRANDVIEW BEACH, RESORT VILLAGE OF .............................................. GRAYSON, VILLAGE OF............................... GRENFELL, TOWN OF ................................. HARYETT, JAMES I. ..................................... HAUSER, KEITH & HAUSER, BARB ............ HENDERSON FARMS LTD. ......................... HJELMELAND, TANYA A. & NIXEY, DENNIS J. ................................................. IMPERIAL, TOWN OF.................................... ITUNA, TOWN OF ......................................... KEYSER, LOURENS ..................................... KILLALY, VILLAGE OF .................................. KIPABISKAU REGIONAL PARK AUTHORITY .............................................. KIPLING, TOWN OF ...................................... KOWALYSHYN, NICK A & KOWALYSHYN, DEBBIE L. ...................... KUZUB, WILLY .............................................. LAKE CHARRON REGIONAL PARK AUTHORITY .............................................. LANGENBURG, TOWN OF ........................... LANGLOIS, CLAUDE M. & LANGLOIS, SANDRA M. ........................... LAQUERRE, MARCO .................................... LEMBERG, TOWN OF ................................... LEROY, TOWN OF ........................................ LESTOCK, VILLAGE OF ................................ LITTLE BLACK BEAR FIRST NATION........... MANITOU BEACH, RESORT VILLAGE OF .............................................................. MARYFIELD, VILLAGE OF ............................ MELVILLE BEACH, RESORT VILLAGE OF .............................................................. MELVILLE REGIONAL PARK AUTHORITY .............................................. MELVILLE, CITY OF ...................................... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT ................................... MITCHELL, BILL J. & BILLY'S GRILL LTD. ............................................... MOOSOMIN, TOWN OF ................................ MUSKOWEKWAN FIRST NATION ................ NEUDORF, VILLAGE OF ............................... OCHAPOWACE FIRST NATION ................... OLEKSYN, JERRY ........................................ OUTLOOK & DIST. REGIONAL PARK AUTHORITY .............................................. PATRICK, KEVIN M. ..................................... PEEPEEKISIS FIRST NATION ...................... POWERS, KIMBERLEY J. ............................ PRIME, KELLY D. & PRIME, ANGELA N. ............................................... PRUD'HOMME, VILLAGE OF ........................ R.M. OF ABERDEEN NO. 373 ....................... R.M. OF ABERNETHY NO. 186 ..................... R.M. OF ANTLER NO. 61 .............................. R.M. OF ARGYLE NO. 1 ................................ R.M. OF ARM RIVER NO. 252 ....................... R.M. OF BAYNE NO. 371 .............................. R.M. OF BEAVER RIVER NO. 622 ................ R.M. OF BIG ARM NO. 251 ........................... R.M. OF BIG QUILL NO. 308 ......................... R.M. OF BIRCH HILLS NO. 460..................... R.M. OF BLAINE LAKE NO. 434 .................... R.M. OF BROCK NO. 64 ................................ R.M. OF BUCKLAND NO. 491 ....................... R.M. OF CANA NO. 214................................. R.M. OF COALFIELDS NO. 4 ........................ R.M. OF COLONSAY NO. 342 .......................

119 200,000 500,000 60,000 107,349 57,097 144,446 168,222 75,000 90,263 50,857 51,367 88,110 61,527 50,939 1,104,853 83,021 1,000,000 50,000 119,768 410,797 128,750 101,011 128,294 128,783 59,032 64,419 114,388 175,000 400,000 79,242 50,140 120,097 302,661 436,416 263,050 277,172 163,707 750,000 198,342 154,908 2,000,000 290,778 60,815 65,497 93,588 300,809 1,028,906 88,809 578,825 1,405,952 675,696 1,752,426 325,000 715,311 250,430 469,983 155,083 134,424 1,000,483 140,711 124,409 1,043,006

120 R.M. OF COTE NO. 271 ................................ R.M. OF CRAIK NO. 222 ............................... R.M. OF CUPAR NO. 218 ............................. R.M. OF DUCK LAKE NO. 463...................... R.M. OF DUFFERIN NO. 190 ........................ R.M. OF EAGLE CREEK NO. 376 ................. R.M. OF ELCAPO NO. 154 ........................... R.M. OF ELFROS NO. 307............................ R.M. OF EMERALD NO. 277......................... R.M. OF FERTILE BELT NO. 183 ................. R.M. OF FISH CREEK NO. 402..................... R.M. OF FOAM LAKE NO. 276 ..................... R.M. OF GARDEN RIVER NO. 490 ............... R.M. OF GARRY NO. 245 ............................. R.M. OF GLEN MCPHERSON NO. 46 .......... R.M. OF GOOD LAKE NO. 274 ..................... R.M. OF GRANT NO. 372 ............................. R.M. OF GRAYSON NO. 184 ........................ R.M. OF GREAT BEND NO. 405 ................... R.M. OF GRIFFIN NO. 66 ............................. R.M. OF HAZELWOOD NO. 94 ..................... R.M. OF HUMBOLDT NO. 370 ...................... R.M. OF INSINGER NO. 275......................... R.M. OF INVERMAY NO. 305 ....................... R.M. OF ITUNA BON ACCORD NO. 246 ..................................................... R.M. OF KELLROSS NO. 247 ....................... R.M. OF KEY WEST NO. 70 ......................... R.M. OF KINGSLEY NO. 124 ........................ R.M. OF LAKESIDE NO. 338 ........................ R.M. OF LANGENBURG NO. 181 ................. R.M. OF LAST MOUNTAIN VALLEY NO. 250 ..................................................... R.M. OF LEASK NO. 464 .............................. R.M. OF LIPTON NO. 217 ............................. R.M. OF LIVINGSTON NO. 331 .................... R.M. OF LONGLAKETON NO. 219 ............... R.M. OF LOST RIVER NO. 313 ..................... R.M. OF LUMSDEN NO. 189 ........................ R.M. OF MARQUIS NO. 191 ......................... R.M. OF MARTIN NO. 122 ............................ R.M. OF MARYFIELD NO. 91 ....................... R.M. OF MCKILLOP NO. 220 ........................ R.M. OF MCLEOD NO. 185........................... R.M. OF MEDSTEAD NO. 497 ...................... R.M. OF MEETING LAKE NO. 466................ R.M. OF MOOSOMIN NO. 121...................... R.M. OF MORRIS NO. 312............................ R.M. OF MOUNT HOPE NO. 279 .................. R.M. OF MOUNT PLEASANT NO. 2 ............. R.M. OF NORTH QU'APPELLE NO. 187 ..................................................... R.M. OF NORTON NO. 69 ............................ R.M. OF ORKNEY NO. 244 ........................... R.M. OF PAYNTON NO. 470......................... R.M. OF PIAPOT NO. 110 ............................. R.M. OF PORCUPINE NO. 395 ..................... R.M. OF PRAIRIE ROSE NO. 309................. R.M. OF PRINCE ALBERT NO. 461 .............. R.M. OF RECIPROCITY NO. 32.................... R.M. OF REDBERRY NO. 435 ...................... R.M. OF ROCANVILLE NO. 151 ................... R.M. OF SALTCOATS NO. 213 ..................... R.M. OF SASMAN NO. 336 ........................... R.M. OF SOUTH QU'APPELLE NO. 157 ..................................................... R.M. OF SPY HILL NO. 152 .......................... R.M. OF ST. LOUIS NO. 431......................... R.M. OF STANLEY NO. 215.......................... R.M. OF STONEHENGE NO. 73 ................... R.M. OF STORTHOAKS NO. 31 ................... R.M. OF TOUCHWOOD NO. 248 .................. R.M. OF TULLYMET NO. 216 ....................... R.M. OF VISCOUNT NO. 341 ....................... R.M. OF WALPOLE NO. 92........................... R.M. OF WAWKEN NO. 93 ...........................

Government Relations 475,809 600,000 488,903 200,000 125,000 1,147,749 284,474 613,769 316,073 3,268,854 529,047 1,075,040 527,553 1,386,267 508,195 191,762 680,232 723,473 347,972 455,000 64,188 101,501 262,417 94,453 185,586 159,434 218,504 500,000 1,822,515 330,252 50,789 142,365 1,074,909 580,013 238,134 83,661 229,826 435,202 100,000 180,000 219,561 603,779 102,354 237,255 559,833 710,548 100,669 338,112 648,639 130,182 500,000 2,101,746 200,000 110,145 247,785 1,439,491 141,181 409,892 2,335,142 410,891 75,152 167,448 1,029,524 576,181 274,286 100,000 177,920 267,421 99,572 416,168 250,000 133,436

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R.M. OF WILLOWDALE NO. 153................... R.M. OF WOLSELEY NO. 155 ....................... R.M. OF WOOD CREEK NO. 281.................. REGINA BEACH, TOWN OF ......................... ROCANVILLE, TOWN OF.............................. ROCHE PERCEE, VILLAGE OF .................... ROCKING C RANCH INC. ............................ ROYAL REGINA GOLF CLUB ....................... RS LAND AND CATTLE LTD. ....................... SAKIMAY FIRST NATION ............................. SASKATCHEWAN BEACH, RESORT VILLAGE OF .............................................. SCHERBEY, WILLIAM JR. ........................... SCHILL, DALLAS & PINAY, ANGELLA .......... SCHUTZ, RODDY A. & FITZGERALD, D. CHRISTINE ........................................... SEIDLER GRAIN FARM LTD. ....................... ST. BENEDICT, VILLAGE OF ........................ ST. LOUIS, VILLAGE OF ............................... STEVENSON, JIM R. & STEVENSON, ALITA J. .................................................... STOCKHOLM, VILLAGE OF.......................... TANTALLON, VILLAGE OF ........................... TAYLOR, JERRY & TAYLOR, VALERIE ........ THEODORE, VILLAGE OF ............................ TINNISH, NEIL & TINNISH, DIANE................ URZADA, HARRY.......................................... VISCOUNT, VILLAGE OF .............................. WARKEN, RANDY ......................................... WENC FARMS .............................................. WEYBURN, CITY OF..................................... WHEATLAND RAIL INC................................. WHITE CITY, TOWN OF................................ WIRTH, JAY & WIRTH, RODNEY J. ............. WOLSELEY, TOWN OF ................................ WYNYARD REGIONAL PARK ....................... WYNYARD, TOWN OF .................................. YARBO, VILLAGE OF.................................... YUZIK, RONALD & YUZIK, GLENDA ............ ZAMRYKUT, SHAWN ....................................

115,687 550,317 297,128 1,234,768 50,000 687,998 66,248 386,646 103,146 131,615 287,939 57,953 57,312 62,551 170,279 332,566 190,005 91,423 750,153 2,502,404 56,280 500,000 117,669 107,469 53,693 57,106 92,397 53,057 308,011 500,000 51,835 2,360,000 80,000 258,457 100,421 106,335 89,075

Goods and Services Minister's Travel COX, HERB L. .............................................. $ JURGENS, VICTORIA M. ............................. REITER, JAMES P. .......................................

1,297 88 12,189

Goods and Services Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for the provision of goods and services, including travel, office supplies, communications, contracts, and equipment. A. C. ALL CLAIMS GENERAL INSURANCE ADJUSTERS INC. ............... $ ABC CANADA TECHNOLOGY GROUP LTD. .......................................................... ABSOLUTE CLAIMS ADJUSTERS ................ AECOM CANADA LTD. ................................ ALLNORTH CONSULTANTS LTD. ............... AMERIGLOBE LLC ........................................ ASSOCIATED ENGINEERING (SASK) LTD. .......................................................... BARCLAY, RONALD LYMAN ........................ BMO PURCHASE CARDS-GOVERNMENT RELATIONS............................................... BROWN ANALYTICS LTD. ........................... BURCO ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS ....... CAPITAL CLAIMS ADJUSTERS LIMITED.....................................................

86,070 273,971 92,882 138,050 341,387 111,120 504,541 123,930 1,729,106 79,711 107,963 326,703

Public Accounts, 2014-15 CRAWFORD & COMPANY (CANADA) INC. .......................................................... DISTRICT INSURANCE ADJUSTERS .......... FAIR WAY ADJUSTERS ............................... GOLDER ASSOCIATES LTD. ...................... GRANITE CLAIM SOLUTIONS...................... GREENING CLAIMS ..................................... KPMG LLP..................................................... MACPHERSON, LESLIE & TYERMAN LLP ............................................................ MARKSMAN CLAIMS CONSULTING LTD. .......................................................... MIDWEST CLAIMS SERVICES ..................... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF CENTRAL SERVICES ......................... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT RELATIONS .............. PARTNERS IN COMMUNITY PLANNING LTD. .......................................................... RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA INDUSTRY CANADA................................. SASKTEL ...................................................... SCRIVENER ADJUSTERS ............................ UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ............. WALKER PROJECTS INC. ........................... WSP CANADA INC. .....................................

Government Relations 1,085,907 101,177 70,972 567,404 128,282 433,998 52,343 800,914 338,621 94,107 6,379,783 186,428 56,921 189,779 1,389,003 169,639 50,000 781,148 529,775

Internal Recoveries Listed are internal recoveries from ministries of $50,000 or more for the provision of shared services. MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF ENVIRONMENT .................................. $ MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT RELATIONS .............. MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF HIGHWAYS & INFRASTRUCTURE .................................. MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF JUSTICE ..............................................

(524,039) (177,527) (170,092) (88,474)

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Health (Vote 32) The Ministry strives to improve the quality and accessibility of publicly-funded and publicly-administered health care in Saskatchewan. Through leadership and partnership, Saskatchewan Health is dedicated to achieving a responsive, integrated and efficient health system that puts the patient first, and enables people to achieve their best possible health by promoting healthy choices and responsible self-care.

Central Management and Services (Subvote HE01) Objective To provide executive direction and centrally-managed services in the areas of finance, communications and other operational services that include head office and programbased accommodations required for the delivery of the Ministry’s mandate. Program Delivery Executive Management: this program provides executive direction to the Ministry. Central Services: this program provides financial planning and communication services to the Ministry.

Saskatchewan Electronic Health Record and associated provincial components and infrastructure. Provincial Programs Support: this program provides health sector human resource planning, and information technology services to the Ministry.

Regional Health Services (Subvote HE03) Objective To provide funding and support to regional health authorities and the Saskatchewan Cancer Agency for the delivery of health services. It also provides for medical equipment and the provincial portion of construction and renovation of health facilities. Program Delivery Regional Health Authorities Base Operating Funding: this program provides base operating funding for the regional health authorities, including physician services. Regional Targeted Programs and Services: this program provides for health services outside regional health authority base funding.

Accommodation Services: this program provides funding for office accommodation and minor renovation services.

Saskatchewan Cancer Agency: this program provides funding for the delivery of cancer prevention, diagnosis and treatment programs and services.

Provincial Health Services (Subvote HE04)

Facilities - Capital Transfers: this program provides funding for the provincial contribution for renovation and construction of health facilities, and oversees the design, construction, and administration aspects of the projects. Approved capital costs may include project administration, consulting, land acquisition, construction, and related costs.

Objective To provide provincially-delivered health services and support in defining and implementing the framework for the delivery of health services, which includes information technology services and provincial health registration. It also funds related health activities and organizations.

Equipment - Capital Transfers: this program provides funding for medical equipment.

Program Delivery Canadian Blood Services: this program provides funding for the provincial share of operating the Canadian Blood Services.

Regional Programs Support: this program provides comprehensive support for regional health services as well as facilitates effective delivery of prevention, protection and health promotion services using a population based approach.

Provincial Targeted Programs and Services: this program provides for provincially delivered health services and it funds health organizations, which provide health services that compliment provincially delivered services.

Early Childhood Development (Subvote HE10)

Provincial Laboratory: this program provides laboratory services for the diagnosis, treatment and prevention of diseases and health risks. Health Research: this program provides funding to the Saskatchewan Health Research Foundation, which is responsible for facilitating and promoting health research in Saskatchewan. Health Quality Council: this program provides funding to the Health Quality Council which reports on and recommends innovative ways to improve quality within Saskatchewan’s health system. Immunizations: this program provides funding for the provincial immunization program. eHealth Saskatchewan: this program provides funding for the development, operation and management of the

Objective To provide for a component of the integrated Early Childhood Development strategy. This component provides home visiting and professional support to families who face challenges providing a supportive environment for childhood development. Program Delivery This program supports the healthy growth and development of vulnerable children aged 0 to 5 by providing intensive supports to families in nine communities where the greatest concentration of vulnerable families exists.

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Medical Services and Medical Education Programs (Subvote HE06) Objective To provide coverage for medical services, clinical education, the Physician Recruitment Agency of Saskatchewan and specified optometric and dental health costs. It also provides for insured out-of-province medical and hospital costs incurred by Saskatchewan residents. Program Delivery Medical Services - Fee-for-Service: this program provides funding for insured services provided by physicians. Medical Services - Non-Fee-for-Service: this program provides funding for the Student Health Centre in Saskatoon, community clinics, Physician Recruitment Agency, physician alternate payments, physicians in northern Saskatchewan and Saskatchewan Medical Association programs. Medical Education System: this program provides financial assistance for clinical services provided by interns, residents, and faculty members through the College of Medicine, University of Saskatchewan. Optometric Services: this program provides funding for insured services provided by optometrists for children under 18. Dental Services: this program provides funding for certain insured services provided by dentists. Out-of-Province: this program provides coverage to Saskatchewan residents for insured health services provided out of the Province. Medical Services Program Support: this program administers fee negotiation and consultations with various professional associations; establishes assessment rules and processes payments for claims made under the programs; maintains a comprehensive statistical system used to process claims; accumulates program data; and manages a professional review process.

Provincial Infrastructure Projects (Subvote HE05) Objective To provide funding for provincial infrastructure projects. Program Delivery To provide for replacement and construction of provincially-owned health infrastructure.

Drug Plan and Extended Benefits (Subvote HE08) Objective To provide subsidies and additional support for people with low incomes, high drug costs and those with special needs for approved prescription drugs. It funds supplementary health benefits for low-income Saskatchewan residents and funds aids for independent living including oxygen, prosthetic and other devices. It also provides assistance for persons infected with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus through the Canadian blood system. Program Delivery Saskatchewan Prescription Drug Plan: this program administers claims processing, policies, and procedures.

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123 The pharmacy claims processing network maintains a comprehensive database to adjudicate and pay prescription drug claims; determine the consumer share of prescription cost at the time of dispensing; guarantee maximum prices from manufacturers; and establish maximum wholesale mark-ups, pharmacy mark-ups, and pharmacy dispensing fees. The program supports the formulary process used to select cost-effective drug therapy for reimbursement. Saskatchewan Aids to Independent Living: this program administers and directs the delivery of a series of universal and extended benefit programs for eligible clients, including the free loan and repair and recycling of assorted mobility, environmental, respiratory, and vision aids. It also provides cost coverage for prosthetics, orthotics, home oxygen therapy supplies, non-formulary drugs, medical supplies, incontinence supplies, and specialized rehabilitation equipment. Supplementary Health Program: this program funds payments for non-insured covered services provided to lowincome people nominated by Social Services. Services include medical examinations and reports requested by Social Services, dental treatment, optical services, chiropractic services, non-formulary prescription drugs, most medical supplies and appliances prescribed by physicians, that are not provided under other assistance programs. It also provides payments for medically related transportation in the north. Family Health Benefits: this program provides supplementary health benefits to lower income working families and certain low-income workers. Multi-Provincial Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Assistance: this program provides assistance to persons infected with the Human Immunodeficiency Virus through the Canadian blood system and family members who are secondarily infected. Benefit Plans Program Support: this program administers the Saskatchewan Prescription Drug Plan, Saskatchewan Aids to Independent Living, Supplementary Health Program and the Family Health Benefits Program, the Saskatchewan Workers’ Health Benefits Program and Saskatchewan’s participation in the Multi-Provincial HIV Assistance Program.

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (Subvote HE11) Objective To account for expenses and expense recoveries that do not require appropriation. Program Delivery This program accounts for the estimated annual consumption of the Ministry’s capital assets. Amortization is calculated using the straight-line method based on the estimated useful service life of the asset. Amortization is a non-voted, non-cash expense.

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Central Management and Services (HE01) Ministers' Salaries (Statutory)......................................................................... $ Executive Management.................................................................................. Central Services............................................................................................. Accommodation Services............................................................................... Subvote Total

Salaries & Benefits 96 $ 2,048 2,641 ........ 4,785

Capital Transfers ........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

Operating Transfers ........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

Goods and Services (1) ........ $ 341 2,189 3,038 5,568

Capital Asset Amortization

(thousands of dollars) Other Expenses

Internal Recoveries

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

Total 96 2,389 4,830 3,038 10,353

Provincial Health Services (HE04) Canadian Blood Services................................................................................ Provincial Targeted Programs and Services................................................... Provincial Laboratory...................................................................................... Health Research............................................................................................. Health Quality Council.................................................................................... Immunizations................................................................................................ eHealth Saskatchewan................................................................................... Provincial Programs Support.......................................................................... Subvote Total

........ 4 11,181 ........ ........ ........ ........ 1,101 12,286

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 2,356 ........ 2,356

38,849 49,421 ........ 5,830 5,468 ........ 63,374 ........ 162,942

........ 13,648 15,175 ........ ........ 13,328 1,000 8,055 51,206

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ 202 2 ........ ........ 1 ........ ........ 205

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

38,849 63,275 26,358 5,830 5,468 13,329 66,730 9,156 228,995

Regional Health Services (HE03) Regional Health Authority Base Operating Funding: - Athabasca Health Authority Inc.................................................................... - Cypress Regional Health Authority............................................................... - Five Hills Regional Health Authority.............................................................. - Heartland Regional Health Authority............................................................. - Keewatin Yatthé Regional Health Authority................................................... - Kelsey Trail Regional Health Authority.......................................................... - Mamawetan Churchill River Regional Health Authority................................. - Prairie North Regional Health Authority........................................................ - Prince Albert Parkland Regional Health Authority......................................... - Regina Qu'Appelle Regional Health Authority............................................... - Saskatoon Regional Health Authority........................................................... - Sun Country Regional Health Authority......................................................... - Sunrise Regional Health Authority................................................................ Regional Targeted Programs and Services..................................................... Saskatchewan Cancer Agency....................................................................... Facilities - Capital Transfers........................................................................... Equipment - Capital Transfers........................................................................ Regional Programs Support............................................................................ Subvote Total

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 1 ........ ........ ........ 15,117 15,118

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 771 ........ 75,406 16,449 ........ 92,626

7,032 120,326 140,365 90,449 26,016 111,056 28,149 203,606 199,649 867,440 1,003,841 129,672 184,454 127,144 152,985 ........ ........ ........ 3,392,184

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 5,054 ........ 161 ........ 5,518 10,733

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 156 156

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

7,032 120,326 140,365 90,449 26,016 111,056 28,149 203,606 199,649 867,440 1,003,841 129,672 184,454 132,970 152,985 75,567 16,449 20,791 3,510,817

Early Childhood Development (HE10)......................................

........

........

10,993

........

........

........

........

10,993

Medical Services and Medical Education Programs (HE06) Medical Services - Fee-for-Service................................................................. Medical Services - Non-Fee-for-Service.......................................................... Medical Education System............................................................................. Optometric Services.......................................................................................

........ 1 ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

513,084 143,229 57,588 9,101

........ ........ 73 ........

........ ........ ........ ........

........ (126) ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

513,084 143,104 57,661 9,101

Public Accounts, 2014-15

Health

Dental Services.............................................................................................. Out-of-Province.............................................................................................. Medical Services Program Support................................................................. Subvote Total

........ ........ 3,404 3,405

........ ........ ........ ........

Provincial Infrastructure Projects (HE05)................................

........

........

Drug Plan and Extended Benefits (HE08) Saskatchewan Prescription Drug Plan............................................................ Saskatchewan Aids to Independent Living...................................................... Supplementary Health Program...................................................................... Family Health Benefits.................................................................................... Multi-Provincial Human Immunodeficiency Virus Assistance........................... Benefit Plans Program Support....................................................................... Subvote Total

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 3,740 3,740

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (HE11) Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.......................................... Amortization - Machinery and Equipment........................................................ Amortization - Office and Information Technology........................................... Subvote Total Total

$

(1) Includes communication expense of $1,104 and travel expense of $714.

1,849 122,120 5 846,976

125 ........ ........ 321 394

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ (126)

........ ........ ........ ........

........

........

........

........

........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

297,718 39,799 21,789 4,011 213 ........ 363,530

........ 50 ........ ........ ........ 889 939

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

297,718 39,849 21,789 4,011 213 4,629 368,209

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

988 473 159 1,620

39,334 $

94,982 $

4,776,625 $

68,840 $

988 473 159 1,620 1,776 $

79 $

........ $

1,849 122,120 3,730 850,649 ........

4,981,636

126

Health

Salaries and Benefits Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for salaries, wages, honorariums, etc. and for pension and public sector benefits. Salaries ADHIKARI, BIJAY.......................................... $ AGOPSOWICZ, CHELSEY A. ...................... AGOPSOWICZ, KRISTIN .............................. AGOPSOWICZ, RILEY D. ............................ ALBERT, ANN ............................................... ALEXANDER, DAVID C. .............................. ANDERSON, CINDY L. ................................ ANTONISHYN, NICK A ................................. APABLAZA, JAIME E. .................................. ARDELAN, SCOTT ....................................... ASH, TINA M. ............................................... AST, JEFF ..................................................... ATIM, MERGHANI......................................... ATKINSON, SONIA ....................................... BACALSO, CHRISTINA ................................ BACKLIN, CHRISTINA .................................. BAILEY, PHILLIP DR. ................................... BAILLARGEON, JENNIFER .......................... BAKER, MARGARET J. ............................... BAKER, SHERRY L. .................................... BANFORD, ALEXA J. ................................... BANGURA, HELEN L. .................................. BANSAL, ANJLEE ......................................... BARBER, PATRICK ...................................... BARR, WENDY ............................................. BAYLISS, REBECCA A. ............................... BEAHM, SELENA M. .................................... BECK, JOHANNE M. .................................... BECK, PATRICIA A. ..................................... BEHL, PERRY W. ........................................ BELLEGARDE, CRYSTAL ............................ BELLEGARDE, JEAN.................................... BENNETT, TARA .......................................... BERTRAM, TRACY ....................................... BILLAN, LORNA J. ....................................... BILLINSKY, JENNIFER L. ............................ BIRCH, DUANE ............................................. BITHER, ZINNIA............................................ BJORGAN, TRACY ....................................... BLACKMORE, TERRY .................................. BODANI, BHOOMAN .................................... BODNAR, TARA D. ...................................... BOHA, ASHLEY C. ....................................... BOSGOED, ANNE M..................................... BRADSHAW, MORGAN C. .......................... BRANDT, KENNETH A. ............................... BRANDT, KERRI L. ...................................... BRIDGE, MICHELLE E. ................................ BRIERE, ALICIA R. ...................................... BROWN, CHERYL ........................................ BROWN, LINDA J. ....................................... BRYCE, PAMELA M. .................................... BURKE, CLAUDIA......................................... BURNS, SUSAN............................................ BUSHELL, ARLENE ...................................... BUZASH, PAMELA JOY................................ CAIRNS, MICHELE E. .................................. CAMERON, MICHELE D. ............................. CAMERON, SHARON E. .............................. CAMPBELL, MARILYN DAWN ...................... CARRIERE, ROGER ..................................... CASWELL, DEBORAH L. ............................. CESSELLI, BERRY ....................................... CHAMPAGNE, ANNE P. .............................. CHAN, HILDA H. .......................................... CHERUVALLATH, RACHEL J. .....................

92,615 57,327 72,085 69,950 60,706 121,643 55,656 89,568 75,483 80,373 84,073 58,265 50,501 68,277 73,743 89,578 121,722 53,294 127,198 68,310 60,005 91,792 78,094 75,914 68,686 85,573 64,008 53,224 95,636 121,722 77,121 80,794 79,040 81,211 66,773 85,719 83,739 50,136 74,079 109,722 89,122 60,580 57,108 86,970 52,493 96,054 57,400 80,379 58,368 83,353 54,042 79,279 106,376 90,048 66,773 67,128 91,779 66,863 60,073 56,270 135,713 108,798 68,614 110,402 72,527 84,892

Public Accounts, 2014-15 CHIPEUR, CHARLENE ................................. CHO, YOON SUK .......................................... CHURKO, ANDREW...................................... CLARK, LAUREL ........................................... CLARKE, SARINA L. .................................... CONGLY, HUYNH ......................................... COUCILL, JAMES D. .................................... COVEY, JUNE ............................................... COWAN, RHONDA A. .................................. CRAWFORD, KERI........................................ DAKU, M. DAWN ........................................... DALKE, MARIA .............................................. DARRAH, HEATHER ..................................... DAVALOS, ANDRES ..................................... DAVIS, H. LORNE ......................................... DEICS, GLENN.............................................. DENOMIE, TAMI M. ...................................... DESJARLAIS, LISA M. . ................................ DIETRICH, LISA ............................................ DIGNESS FROESE, RAQUEL ....................... DIGNEY DAVIS, LORA LYNN........................ DOBRESCU, CARIE D. ................................ DREVER, NICOLE ......................................... EGGERTSON, ERIC A. ................................ EICHHORST, JEFFREY C. ........................... ENGLAND, MARTA S. .................................. EPP, RONALD ............................................... ESSOM, RICHARD ........................................ ETTER, MICHELE ......................................... EVERT, LORI ................................................ FAIRBURN, SUSANNAH L. .......................... FEDAK, CINDY J. ......................................... FENIUK, NANCY J. ....................................... FISCHER, LEANNE ....................................... FISHER, DUNCAN J. .................................... FRIGON, LORETTA M. ................................. FURKERT, RAMONA .................................... GAEBEL, LINDA L. ....................................... GANSHORN, TARA ....................................... GARVEY RABYJ, LINDA R. .......................... GEBHARDT, SHIRLEY J. ............................. GERLACH, LORETTA ................................... GIBLETT, BRADEN ....................................... GILBERT, SHANNON N. .............................. GILLIES, TAMARA D. ................................... GLAB, MICHELLE E. .................................... GOALEN, SEAN ............................................ GOGEL, BRITTANY....................................... GOOD, NATALIE ........................................... GOOSSENS, MARK ...................................... GOUWS, HEIDI H. ........................................ GRAD, DENISE ............................................. GRAHAM, ROCHELLE .................................. GREEN, JENNIFER ....................................... GREIF, MARIA C. ......................................... GROHS, TRACEY LYNN ............................... GUDMUNDSON, TERRY A. ......................... GUERRERO, JUAN DAVID ........................... HAGEN LYSTER, ADRIENNE ....................... HALL, JENNIFER A. M. ................................ HAMILTON, CAROLYN J. ............................. HAUBRICH, LISA M. ..................................... HAVERVOLD, BRADLEY .............................. HENDRICKS, W. MAX ................................... HERBERT, DONNA J. .................................. HERRIOT, LAURA ......................................... HICKS CARLINE, TARA ................................ HICOCK, ALEXIS .......................................... HILDEBRAND, YVETTE M. .......................... HISCHEBETT, RICHARD G. ........................ HOFF, JUDY C. ............................................ HOLT, CHERYL ............................................. HOOKER, LESLEY ........................................ HORSMAN, GREGORY B. ........................... HOVE, SHERRY J. ....................................... HOWLAND, DAVID J. ...................................

86,729 84,724 110,730 72,361 69,042 92,031 222,846 67,100 53,772 91,874 87,031 75,117 100,947 78,120 66,289 111,352 115,065 54,042 98,741 73,597 57,411 66,481 51,652 73,449 121,722 64,352 117,119 62,573 105,020 95,253 91,779 121,722 62,313 90,682 122,355 53,661 79,120 63,752 84,219 99,734 65,226 90,884 67,129 52,043 58,919 116,430 84,113 50,010 88,884 88,885 51,394 101,158 51,170 64,600 89,115 99,272 162,216 77,131 103,542 80,064 90,528 112,284 51,990 253,074 98,238 75,732 60,756 62,793 50,481 116,187 92,905 67,497 67,220 319,662 57,058 88,293

Public Accounts, 2014-15 HURLBURT, TRACY A. ................................ HUSBAND, SHERRY L. ............................... IVASCU, GABRIELA ..................................... JACK, JULIANNE .......................................... JACKIW, LUKE .............................................. JEROME, VICTORIA ..................................... JOHNSON, JANIS ......................................... JOHNSON, ROSEMARY ............................... JOHNSON, WAYNE D. ................................. JORDAN, DEBORAH A. ............................... KACZMAR, JILL ............................................ KAMRUZZAMAN, ANMMD ............................ KARDASH, COLLEEN V. ............................. KEALY, KINDA .............................................. KELLINGTON, CHERI ................................... KERR, DAWN................................................ KIMENS, MELISSA A. .................................. KINDRACHUK, MICHAEL ............................. KIRBY, INGRID ............................................. KIRBY, KAREN M. ........................................ KIRKPATRICK, ADRIENNE B. ..................... KIRSCH, JOYCE ........................................... KITZUL, ROSANNE ....................................... KLEIN, COLLEEN M. .................................... KLUGER, JOSEPH H. .................................. KNAPP, SHANE ............................................ KNAUS, RON ................................................ KNUTH, ALISON ........................................... KORCHINSKI, LISA D. ................................. KRATZIG, KIMBERLY K. .............................. KUNTZ, ARLENE .......................................... LANE, GINNY L. ........................................... LANGEN, JENNIFER..................................... LARSON, JUDY M. ....................................... LARSON, LANA A. ....................................... LATTA, LORI PATRICIA ................................ LATURNAS, ANDREA M. ............................. LAUTSCH, KAREN........................................ LEECH, PAUL E. .......................................... LESKUN, MANJU .......................................... LEVETT, PAUL.............................................. LIGGETT, JASON ......................................... LINDENBACH, JENNIFER ............................ LIVESEY, JOHN F. ....................................... LOCKIE, LISA................................................ LUHNING, BRITTANY L. .............................. LUHNING, LINDA DARLENE ........................ LUTI, MIKE O. .............................................. MACARTHUR, C. ALLAN .............................. MACAULAY, TIM J. ...................................... MACKENZIE, J. DAN..................................... MACKNAK, KELSEY R. ................................ MAGNUSSON, DONNA L. ............................ MAGUIRE, KAREN S. .................................. MAKRIS, EFFIE ............................................. MALINOWSKI, HEATHER D. ....................... MANG, RYAN ................................................ MANN, SHEILA ............................................. MANN, VALERIE ........................................... MANZ, CAITLIN PATRICIA............................ MASEREK, NICOLE ...................................... MATCHETT, GARNET P. ............................. MATZ, LAURA ............................................... MCDONALD, RYAN R. ................................. MCINTOSH, DIANNE MARIE ........................ MCKEE, BRUCE ........................................... MCMURCHY, TYLER R. .............................. MCRAE, SHEENA ......................................... MELNIK, JENNIFER ...................................... MILLER, BRIAN D. ....................................... MILLER, DARLENE M. ................................. MINA, NEIL DR. ............................................ MOCK, KIM GORDON................................... MOEN, RICHARD G. .................................... MOMBOURQUETTE, DUANE ....................... MORHART, DAVE .........................................

Health 81,116 59,382 69,910 110,082 108,672 88,885 137,250 59,538 86,346 148,050 113,011 91,898 67,841 52,192 88,878 59,382 84,718 75,147 103,446 54,558 59,382 88,716 95,811 59,382 92,535 65,611 52,544 82,082 70,557 142,326 111,034 90,889 88,878 56,753 72,795 90,050 120,470 82,338 120,437 73,689 180,558 109,309 110,730 86,011 92,160 60,541 56,205 88,878 103,473 121,722 76,668 56,865 147,750 57,664 88,885 70,834 67,036 78,369 173,376 62,385 83,702 102,398 111,368 104,372 54,409 92,160 81,734 88,878 85,057 70,202 81,607 138,539 90,029 157,954 68,866 50,110

127 MOYER, TAMARA D. .................................... MURRAY, BRENNA ....................................... MURRAY, HEATHER..................................... MUSHANSKI, LINDA M. ................................ NEUFELD, LEANNE M. ................................ NGUI, DAVID A. ............................................ NICHOLSON, LESLIE .................................... NUNWEILER, ANGELA ................................. O'BYRNE, PATRICK ...................................... OBARIANYK, ARLENE C. A. ......................... OLFERT, SARA E. ........................................ OTTENBREIT, TAMMY .................................. OVERBYE, JANELLE M. ............................... PAUL, CAROL A. .......................................... PEPIN, CHERYL D. ...................................... PETERSON, KATHLEEN SUSAN.................. PETRIE, JOAN............................................... PHILLIPS, VALERIE ...................................... PIDSKALNY, FAITH ....................................... PILLER, LISA Y. ............................................ PLAYFORD, KEALEE .................................... POIRIER, NICOLLE NAOMI ........................... POLLOCK, PATRICIA .................................... PRATT, JEFF................................................. PRESTON, VIRGINIA .................................... PRIDDELL, ROXANE..................................... PROBE, CHANTELLE.................................... PROBYN, PAT S. .......................................... PROKOPETZ, KAREN J. .............................. PUCHTINGER, ROLF .................................... PURDY, DAVID.............................................. PUTZ, JAMES K. .......................................... QUICK, VALERIE R. ..................................... RADDYSH, JILL ............................................. RAE, JENNIFER KATHERINE ....................... RATHWELL, CHRISTINE............................... REDDEKOPP, SHELLEY ............................... REIN, LEANNE .............................................. RESTAU, LINDA ............................................ RHINELANDER, CHRISTOPHER S. ............. RIENDEAU, SARAH M. ................................. ROETTGER, JOE ROMAN ............................ ROGOSCHEWSKY, PATRICK P. ................. ROUSSEAU, PAULINE M. ............................ ROUSSEAUX, NADINE ................................. RUBIN, GREG E. .......................................... RUSSELL, BRENDA A. ................................. RUSSELL, DAKOTA D. ................................. SAKHIZAI, DASTAGEER ............................... SALAZAR, SHAYLENE M. ............................ SAMAD, NAZISH ........................................... SANDOFF, ROSALINDE................................ SCHAFTARI, LYNNDA .................................. SCHAPPERT, RHONDA G. .......................... SCHATZ, DEBBIE .......................................... SCHAUENBERG, JENNIFER D. ................... SCHERLE, KAREN A. ................................... SCHEURWATER, DAVID .............................. SCHICK SPARROWHAWK, TRACEY ........... SCHIERLING, HAZEL .................................... SCHMALENBERG, KOLLIN M. ..................... SCHMALENBERG, MICHELLE...................... SCHMEKEL, TRACI L. .................................. SCHMIDT, CINDY JOANNE .......................... SCHULZ, COLE DAVID ................................. SCHUSTER, FAY E. ..................................... SHAHAB, SAQIB ........................................... SHANKS, M. NAOMI ...................................... SHCHYSCHUK, LORELIE ............................. SHIPLACK, JACLYNE ................................... SIEMENS, TREVOR W. ................................ SIER, EDWARD L. ........................................ SKALICKY-SOULIERE, DAWN M. ................ SLOBODA, JEAN D. ..................................... SMITH, CAROLYNN M. ................................ SMITH, SHARON LEE ...................................

75,123 76,889 105,513 83,008 92,535 89,764 87,907 66,469 153,974 92,693 75,891 68,219 58,354 70,065 52,550 118,338 61,379 121,722 75,798 90,868 73,240 76,500 66,287 82,098 50,270 67,911 57,447 54,024 100,758 92,535 91,646 92,976 74,262 96,762 82,004 61,964 79,141 111,366 133,955 74,236 63,304 94,463 82,076 148,050 75,197 66,778 127,464 61,378 80,800 137,682 50,549 73,341 59,382 96,562 76,647 62,550 80,565 72,196 57,132 73,788 62,657 63,175 120,173 67,024 124,236 121,722 319,662 74,332 62,304 53,533 68,157 91,779 110,730 67,393 67,524 117,692

128 SMITH, TRACEY L. ...................................... SOLOMON, AMY .......................................... SONG, YA-HONG ......................................... SPERLIE, KENNETH A. ............................... STANG, MARY ROSE ................................... STATLER, KIM .............................................. STEWART, ALISSA ...................................... STONEHAM, W. HEATHER .......................... STORZ, DELLA ............................................. STRIEB, SANTANA R. ................................. STRUGARI, DEBBIE M. ............................... TERRY MUNRO, ANDREA M. ..................... THOMAS, RITA J. ........................................ THOMPSON, GAIL........................................ THRESHER, CHRISTOPHER ....................... TIPPE, MERVIN ............................................ TODD, DEBORAH......................................... TOFFAN, COLIN T. ...................................... TOFFAN, SUNITA ......................................... TOMPKINS, STEVE ...................................... TONITA, ADAM R. ....................................... TROTT, STEPHEN A. .................................. TSANG, PATRICIA........................................ TUCHSCHERER, ROSALIE M. .................... TUCKER, M. DIANE ...................................... TURENNE, CHRISTINE Y. ........................... ULMER, EVAN .............................................. ULRICH, DEBRA HELEN .............................. VAN HAARLEM, LORETTA........................... VAN LUVEN, MARIETTA .............................. VANSTONE, JOY .......................................... VELESTUK, TRINA ....................................... VOLMAN, SABRINA N. ................................ VOULGARIS CARLSON, DIANE ................... WADDELL, BRADLEY................................... WAGNER, ANDREA ..................................... WALKER, JESSICA ...................................... WARD, KATHLEEN....................................... WEBB, STUART A. ...................................... WEI, HSIN-HUA ............................................ WEIMAN, LAURIE ......................................... WEITZEL, CARLA ......................................... WEPPLER, CINDY L. ................................... WERKER, DENISE H. .................................. WHITE, JENNIFER LYNN ............................. WIEBE, SHARON.......................................... WIHLIDAL, STEFANIE .................................. WILLERTH, KATHY ...................................... WILLIAMS, BRAD ......................................... WILSON, KEVIN B. ...................................... WITT, SHARON B. ....................................... WOLBAUM, TRISHA DANIELLE ................... WOOD, ALISON A. ...................................... WOOD, BRIAN .............................................. WOODCOCK, JANICE .................................. WRIGHT, JENNIFER..................................... WYATT, MARK A. ........................................ YEE, SUSAN ................................................. YOBB, TWILA ............................................... ZERFF, TERRY ............................................. ZHANG, YU ...................................................

Health 154,340 50,025 89,195 63,436 88,884 87,452 59,310 73,091 53,463 66,222 92,750 88,991 86,343 92,953 60,516 91,549 82,893 88,884 88,884 60,701 59,779 67,048 81,995 138,608 89,529 104,398 70,337 102,996 111,829 71,924 119,919 58,336 57,839 94,095 83,339 66,783 61,053 52,913 89,711 74,424 88,884 67,544 59,382 281,892 97,775 52,360 95,302 120,912 84,601 159,269 65,859 89,335 53,145 65,606 66,222 66,534 154,869 95,349 69,147 58,668 65,918

Allowances for Members with Additional Duties DUNCAN, DUSTIN E. ................................... $ MCMILLAN, TIM ............................................ OTTENBREIT, GREGORY M. ...................... WEEKES, RANDALL P. ...............................

48,198 14,022 25,071 8,607

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Transfers Listed, by program, are transfers to recipients who received $50,000 or more.

Provincial Health Services (HE04) Canadian Blood Services CANADIAN BLOOD SERVICES .................... $

39,290,180

Provincial Targeted Programs and Services AIDS PROGRAMS SOUTH SASKATCHEWAN INC. ............................ $ AIDS SASKATOON INC. .............................. ALBERTA HEALTH SERVICES ..................... ALZHEIMER SOCIETY OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... AVENUE COMMUNITY CENTRE FOR GENDER & SEXUAL DIVERSITY INC. .......................................................... BLAINE LAKE AMBULANCE CARE .............. CANADIAN AGENCY FOR DRUGS & TECHNOLOGIES IN HEALTH ................... CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR HEALTH INFORMATION .......................................... CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH ASSOCIATION .......................................... CANORA AMBULANCE CARE (1996) LTD. .......................................................... CATHOLIC HEALTH ASSOCIATION OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS OF SASK. ............................ CYPRESS REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. DUCK MOUNTAIN AMBULANCE CARE LTD. .......................................................... EAST CENTRAL EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES ................................................. EHEALTH SASKATCHEWAN ........................ EMS-ALBERTA HEALTH SERVICES ............ FASD NETWORK OF SASKATCHEWAN INC. .......................................................... HEARTLAND REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. HUMBOLDT AMBULANCE SERVICE (1992) ........................................................ HUTCH AMBULANCE MOOSOMIN INC. ..... HUTCH AMBULANCE SERVICE LTD. ......... J.T. AMBULANCE SERVICE INC. ................ KELSEY TRAIL REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. KELVINGTON AMBULANCE CARE LTD. ..... M.D. AMBULANCE CARE LTD. .................... MARSHALL'S AMBULANCE CARE LTD. ..... MEDSTAR VENTURES NORTH-EAST EMS ........................................................... MELFORT AMBULANCE CARE 1999 LTD. .......................................................... METIS ADDICTIONS COUNCIL OF SASKATCHEWAN INC. ............................ MIDWAY AMBULANCE CARE LTD. ............. MINISTER OF FINANCE OF MANITOBA ...... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF CENTRAL SERVICES .........................

86,462 91,489 90,420 406,159 144,137 107,452 297,595 725,550 248,659 416,599 84,197 817,618 282,792 132,714 394,772 80,000 215,674 312,466 586,033 142,372 196,518 190,573 120,278 175,903 88,077 464,637 181,420 220,607 171,035 3,157,748 56,811 81,248 7,863,394

Public Accounts, 2014-15 MOOSE JAW & DISTRICT EMS 623064 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. .............. NUTANA COLLEGIATE INSTITUTE.............. PARKLAND AMBULANCE CARE LTD. ........ PERSONS LIVING WITH AIDS NETWORK OF SASK. INC. ...................... PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. PRINCE ALBERT PARKLAND REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............ REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............................... REGINA TREATY/STATUS INDIAN SERVICES INC. ....................................... ROSTHERN & DISTRICT AMBULANCE CARE ........................................................ SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS INC. (SAHO INC) ............................................... SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF LICENSED PRACTICAL NURSES ............ SASKATCHEWAN COLLEGE OF MIDWIVES ................................................ SASKATCHEWAN COLLEGE OF PARAMEDICS CORP. .............................. SASKATCHEWAN IMPAIRED DRIVER TREATMENT CENTRE ............................. SASKATCHEWAN PREVENTION INSTITUTE ................................................ SASKATCHEWAN SENIORS MECHANISM ............................................. SASKATOON COUNCIL ON AGING ............. SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. SCHIZOPHRENIA SOCIETY OF SASKATCHEWAN INC. ............................ SHAMROCK AMBULANCE CARE INC. ....... SPIRITWOOD AMBULANCE CARE (1994) LTD. .............................................. ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL EMS .................... STARS FOUNDATION .................................. STRASBOURG EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICE ................................................... SUN COUNTRY REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. SUNRISE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. SUPREME AMBULANCE CARE (1987) LTD. .......................................................... SWIFT CURRENT & DISTRICT AMBULANCE SERVICES LTD. ................ TISDALE AMBULANCE CARE LTD. ............ TRANSWEST AIR ......................................... UNIVERSITY OF REGINA ............................. UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ............. VALLEY AMBULANCE CARE LTD. .............. VALLEY HILL YOUTH TREATMENT CENTRE INC. ........................................... WEST WIND AVIATION ................................ WPD AMBULANCE CARE NO. 248 ..............

Health 369,814 78,572 390,822 64,765 218,938 86,969 600,523 56,012 68,204 2,862,375 90,000 197,000 53,375 1,071,193 941,307 53,696 55,892 4,639,108 232,292 222,905 142,281 108,463 10,500,000 98,583 836,648 385,588 73,564 393,707 145,154 584,106 94,712 1,688,313 88,592 1,519,244 100,737 349,342

Health Research SASKATCHEWAN HEALTH RESEARCH FOUNDATION ........................................... $

5,830,004

Health Quality Council HEALTH QUALITY COUNCIL ....................... $

5,468,000

eHealth Saskatchewan EHEALTH SASKATCHEWAN ....................... $

65,729,957

129

Regional Health Services (HE03) Regional Health Authority Base Operating Funding ATHABASCA HEALTH AUTHORITY INC. ....$ 7,032,000 CYPRESS REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. 120,325,949 FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. 140,364,906 HEARTLAND REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. 90,449,000 KEEWATIN YATTHE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY................................ 26,015,895 KELSEY TRAIL REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. 111,056,000 MAMAWETAN CHURCHILL RIVER REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............ 28,149,000 PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. 203,606,040 PRINCE ALBERT PARKLAND REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............ 199,649,736 REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY................................ 867,439,758 SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. 1,003,840,814 SUN COUNTRY REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. 129,671,940 SUNRISE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. 184,454,000

Regional Targeted Programs and Services 3S HEALTH ...................................................$ ACCREDITATION CANADA .......................... CYPRESS REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. HEALTH QUALITY COUNCIL ........................ HEARTLAND REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. KEEWATIN YATTHE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY................................ KELSEY TRAIL REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. M.D. AMBULANCE CARE LTD. .................... MAMAWETAN CHURCHILL RIVER REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............ PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. PRINCE ALBERT PARKLAND REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............ REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY................................ SASKATCHEWAN CANCER AGENCY ......... SASKATCHEWAN PREVENTION INSTITUTE ................................................ SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. STARS FOUNDATION................................... SUN COUNTRY REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. SUNRISE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK ............ UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ............. VICTORIA EAST MEDICAL CLINIC ...............

8,500,000 251,223 1,065,943 1,615,117 536,000 922,863 464,366 1,024,884 65,840 1,326,038 7,987,169 9,684,922 42,174,059 260,177 592,596 41,759,513 750,000 5,359,653 11,125,255 289,979 405,000 4,188,542

130

Health

Saskatchewan Cancer Agency SASKATCHEWAN CANCER AGENCY ......... $ 152,985,000

Facilities - Capital Transfers CYPRESS REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. $ EHEALTH SASKATCHEWAN ....................... FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. HEARTLAND REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. KELSEY TRAIL REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. MAMAWETAN CHURCHILL RIVER REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............ PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. PRINCE ALBERT PARKLAND REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............ REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............................... SASKATCHEWAN CANCER AGENCY ......... SASKATCHEWAN HOUSING CORPORATION ........................................ SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. SUN COUNTRY REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. SUNRISE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ..............................................

32,817,597 600,000 435,000 392,500 1,749,384

1,808,000 3,561,205 7,240,021 55,000 1,000,000 18,552,000 5,148,861 1,485,000

317,396 1,769,856 2,748,719 70,000 1,378,066 1,220,246

Medical Services and Medical Education Programs (HE06) Medical Services - Fee-for-Service CYPRESS REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. $ FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. HEARTLAND REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............................... SUN COUNTRY REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. SUNRISE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ..............................................

100,000 1,067,341 61,500 100,000 1,775,424 1,894,797 1,005,940

Medical Services - Non-Fee-for-Service 550,000 450,000 215,000 410,000 1,464,000 2,615,000 2,760,979 1,900,000 4,643,000 295,000 1,071,000

Early Childhood Development (HE10) BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE NORTHERN LIGHTS SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 113 OF SASKATCHEWAN..................................... $ BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SASKATCHEWAN RIVERS SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 119 OF SASKATCHEWAN..................................... FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ..............................................

KELSEY TRAIL REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............................... SASKATCHEWAN PREVENTION INSTITUTE ................................................ SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. SUNRISE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ..............................................

545,000

Equipment - Capital Transfers CYPRESS REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. $ FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. HEARTLAND REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. KELSEY TRAIL REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. PRINCE ALBERT PARKLAND REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............ REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............................... SASKATCHEWAN CANCER AGENCY ......... SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. SUN COUNTRY REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. SUNRISE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ..............................................

Public Accounts, 2014-15

1,977,924

958,899 551,593

CO-OPERATIVE HEALTH CENTRE.............. $ COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS OF SASK. ............................ COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES (SASKATOON) ASSOC. LTD. .................. COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES ASSOCIATION (REGINA) LTD. ................ COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES ASSOCIATION (WYNYARD & DISTRICT) LTD. ........................................ CYPRESS REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. EHEALTH SASKATCHEWAN ........................ FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. HEARTLAND REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. KELSEY TRAIL REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. MAMAWETAN CHURCHILL RIVER REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............ NORTHERN MEDICAL SERVICES ............... PHYSICIAN RECRUITMENT AGENCY OF SASKATCHEWAN ............................... PRACTICE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM ..... PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. PRINCE ALBERT PARKLAND REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............ REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............................... SASKATCHEWAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION .......................................... SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ..............................................

7,094,484 75,000 10,046,280 4,443,360 1,288,939 479,215 300,000 188,782 569,510 481,230 204,541 12,811,294 1,880,000 75,000 809,827 429,939 2,197,325 29,726,409 3,113,326

Public Accounts, 2014-15 SUN COUNTRY REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. SUNRISE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN .............

Health 566,805 559,968 3,663,772

268,203 925,122

Out-of-Province ALBERTA HEALTH CARE INSURANCE PLAN ......................................................... $ ALBERTA HEALTH SERVICES..................... B. C. MINISTER OF FINANCE ...................... COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES (SASKATOON) ASSOC. LTD. .................. CYPRESS REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. GOVERNMENT OF THE NORTHWEST TERRITORIES........................................... GOVERNMENT OF THE YUKON.................. HEALTH SCIENCES CENTRE ...................... HEARTLAND REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. HIBC/MEDICAL SERVICES PLAN ................ KELSEY TRAIL REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. KENSINGTON CLINIC .................................. MANITOBA HEALTH INSURANCE FUND..... MINISTER OF FINANCE OF ALBERTA ........ MINISTER OF FINANCE OF MANITOBA ...... MINISTER OF FINANCE OF ONTARIO ........ NEW BRUNSWICK MINISTER OF FINANCE ................................................... NEWFOUNDLAND EXCHEQUER ................. NOVA SCOTIA MEDICAL SERVICES INSURANCE ............................................. NOVA SCOTIA MINISTER OF FINANCE ...... PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. PRINCE ALBERT PARKLAND REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............ PROVINCIAL HEALTH SERVICES AUTHORITY .............................................. REGIE DE L'ASSURANCE MALADIE DU QUEBEC ............................................. REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............................... SASKATCHEWAN CANCER AGENCY ......... SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. SUN COUNTRY REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. SUNRISE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. WOMAN'S HEALTH OPTIONS LTD. ............

Drug Plan and Extended Benefits (HE08) Saskatchewan Aids to Independent Living

Medical Education System PHYSICIAN RECRUITMENT AGENCY OF SASKATCHEWAN ............................... $ UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN .............

131

52,176,024 681,243 5,279,040 52,978 998,545 795,464 136,384 104,540 313,500 761,771 1,968,100 512,420 53,616 3,358,861 30,204,279 7,220,317 5,110,250 312,679 170,907 129,049 327,082 2,634,828 889,712 715,000 289,055 11,708,235 222,683 9,657,126 1,172,715 3,121,700 86,303

ANIMAS CANADA .........................................$ AUTOMOBILITY MEDICAL ............................ CANADIAN NATIONAL INSTITUTE FOR THE BLIND ........................................ CARNEGIE MEDICAL SUPPLIES ................. CYPRESS REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. DURALINE MEDICAL PRODUCTS................ EARL'S PHARMACY ..................................... FEDERAL MEDICAL ...................................... FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. HEARN'S WESTVIEW PHARMACY .............. HEWGILL'S REXALL DRUG STORE NO. 7303.................................................... INDEPENDENT LIVING INC. ........................ J. VAILLANCOURT CORP. LTD. .................. JOLLY'S VETERINARY & SURGICAL SUPPLIES ................................................. LUNG ASSOCIATION OF SASKATCHEWAN INC. ............................ MEDICAL 1 PHYSICIAN & HEALTHCARE SUPPLIES LTD. ............... MEDICAL PHARMACY .................................. MEDICHAIR REGINA .................................... MEDICHAIR SASKATOON ............................ MEDICINE SHOPPE NO. 203 ........................ MEDIGAS DIVISION OF PRAXAIR CANADA INC. ........................................... MEDIGAS MANITOBA LTD. ......................... MEDTRONIC OF CANADA LTD. .................. NORDON MEDICAL ENTERPRISES LTD. ... PHARMASAVE NO. 406 ................................ PHARMASAVE NO. 424 ................................ PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. PRAIRIE OXYGEN LTD. ............................... PROVINCIAL HOME OXYGEN INC. ............. REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY................................ REGINA SPORT GROUP INC. ..................... SAFEWAY PHARMACY NO. 4880................. SAFEWAY PHARMACY NO. 4895................. SASKATCHEWAN ABILITIES COUNCIL ....... SASKATOON ORTHOPEDIC AND SPORTS MEDICINE CENTRE ................... SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. SCHAAN HEALTHCARE PRODUCTS INC. ........................................................... ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL OF ESTEVAN .................................................. ST. PAULS HOSPITAL IN PATIENT PHARMACY ............................................... SUN COUNTRY REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. URO MEDICAL SUPPLIES LTD. .................. VALUEMED PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS LTD. .......................................................... VICTORIA HOSPITAL PHARMACY ............... VITALAIRE CANADA INC. ............................ WAL-MART CANADA INC. ...........................

214,200 68,015 436,382 96,817 139,824 842,480 114,446 89,837 146,839 64,032 57,255 248,902 108,050 449,782 77,664 188,889 57,789 106,787 152,370 103,251 3,764,199 92,155 302,400 1,383,174 67,415 98,341 82,270 3,877,742 4,009,239 2,224,438 161,529 59,653 51,139 11,246,238 130,653 677,209 794,744 66,064 727,840 73,786 1,433,207 167,009 71,487 2,165,121 109,960

132

Health

Supplementary Health Program ALLIED DENTURE CLINIC ........................... $ ANAMAN, DR. KOBENA A. .......................... ARPIN, DR. KRISTIN .................................... ART'S TAXI ................................................... ATRIUM OPTOMETRIC GROUP PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION INC. .......................................................... AURELE'S TAXI ............................................ AVRAM, DR. DANIEL C. .............................. BARKER, DR. MIKE P. ................................. BATTLEFORDS DENTURE CARE ................ BEAUVAL TAXI ............................................. BRAKSTAD, DR. L. SHAUN .......................... BRY'S TAXI ................................................... BUDD, DR. SCOTT ....................................... CD TAXI ........................................................ CDR TAXI ..................................................... D'ANDREA DENTURE CLINIC LTD. ............ DESJARLAIS TAXI SERVICE ....................... DIAKOW, MALEC & HAUGEN DRS. ............ DR. M. TEEKASINGH DENTAL PROF. CORP. ...................................................... EARL'S PHARMACY ..................................... EAST CENTRAL EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES ................................................ FALCONER, DR. ALLISON ........................... HU, DR. CHIAAN........................................... HUGHES, DR. J. E. F. .................................. HUMBER, DR. CRAIG................................... INSIGHT VISION CARE ................................ IVAN'S TAXI .................................................. J & J CORRIGAL'S TAXI ............................... JANVIER'S TAXI ........................................... JUN, DR. SUNGHO ....................................... KEEWATIN YATTHE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............................... KJ TAXI ......................................................... KONERU, DR. ANJANI ................................. KUTSOGIANNIS, DR. E. .............................. L & D TAXI .................................................... LA RONGE EMERGENCY MEDICAL SERVICES (EMS) ..................................... LANGIN, DR. JASON .................................... LANIGAN, DR. DENNIS T. ........................... M.D. AMBULANCE CARE LTD. ................... MACLENNAN, DR. MYLES M. ..................... MARTIN, DR. KARL ...................................... MEDI CENTER PHARMACY ......................... MEDICAL SERVICES BRANCH .................... MEDICINE SHOPPE NO. 203 ....................... MEDICINE SHOPPE PHARMACY NO. 257 ..................................................... MEDSTAR VENTURES NORTH-EAST EMS .......................................................... MICHELLE'S TAXI......................................... MOKLEBY, DR. TOR S. ............................... MOOSE JAW & DISTRICT EMS 623064 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. .............. MOOSE JAW REXALL DRUG STORE NO. 7312 ................................................... MORINS TAXI ............................................... NAGLE, DR. CAROL LYNN........................... NORDON MEDICAL ENTERPRISES LTD. .. OLSON, DR. BERNARD ............................... P.R. SERVICE PARTNERSHIP ..................... PARKLAND AMBULANCE CARE LTD. ........ PENKALA, DR. ROBB ................................... PHARMASAVE NO. 424 ............................... PIERCE, DR. TIM M. .................................... PIGOTT, DR. CLINT ...................................... PIONEER VILLAGE PHARMACY INC. ......... PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ..............................................

197,145 137,196 63,217 169,456 86,100 64,274 108,406 107,048 83,708 66,620 89,760 58,884 60,315 92,834 59,502 83,440 124,964 56,347 135,845 134,560 50,292 88,456 112,529 59,119 107,752 71,693 54,592 72,440 67,644 253,081 206,257 101,069 104,443 207,131 70,714 96,840 61,771 59,314 858,477 118,899 59,481 89,059 1,075,498 58,222 74,074 73,818 71,864 144,078 165,763 139,739 51,157 119,278 201,158 71,816 335,128 245,810 50,235 51,547 55,573 98,504 65,182 120,889

Public Accounts, 2014-15 REGINA EYE CENTRE ................................. REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............................... SAMMAK, DR. LILY ....................................... SASKATOON DENTURE CLINIC LTD. ......... SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. SOLTYS, DR. KEVIN J. ................................ STEVENS, DR. HILARY ................................ THOMAS, DR. BRAD L. ................................ TRANSWEST AIR ......................................... TRU FIT DENTURE CLINIC .......................... TRUONG, DR. WALLACE ............................. VICTORIA SQUARE DISPENSARY .............. VIRDI, DR. KABIR ......................................... WAGNER, DR. ROBERT G. ......................... WILLIAMS, DR. A. T. .................................... WILLOW GROVE PHARMACY...................... WPD AMBULANCE CARE NO. 248............... YAZDANI, DR. PARVIZ .................................

85,654 774,358 87,679 58,074 196,375 72,952 54,627 50,760 1,447,201 62,814 178,191 103,877 109,092 87,040 53,040 140,171 138,098 83,204

Family Health Benefits AVRAM, DR. DANIEL C. ............................... $ DENTAL ARTS CLINIC.................................. DR. M. TEEKASINGH DENTAL PROF. CORP. ...................................................... KONERU, DR. ANJANI .................................. M.D. AMBULANCE CARE LTD. .................... MEDICAL SERVICES BRANCH .................... NAGLE, DR. CAROL LYNN ...........................

97,211 53,890 50,311 103,514 51,259 128,687 51,769

Multi-Provincial Human Immunodeficiency Virus Assistance CANADIAN BLOOD AGENCY ....................... $

212,704

Goods and Services Minister's Travel DUNCAN, DUSTIN E. ................................... $ MCMILLAN, TIM ............................................ OTTENBREIT, GREGORY M. ...................... WEEKES, RANDALL P. ................................

20,112 8,502 13,408 2,909

Goods and Services Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for the provision of goods and services, including travel, office supplies, communications, contracts, and equipment. ABBOTT LABORATORIES (CANADA) LTD. .......................................................... $ ABBVIE CORPORATION............................... AERO DELIVERY .......................................... AGILENT TECHNOLOGIES CANADA INC. .......................................................... ALERE INC. .................................................. ASCENT MANAGEMENT GROUP INC. ....... ASTRAZENECA CANADA INC. .................... BECKMAN COULTER CANADA LP .............. BECTON DICKINSON CANADA INC. ........... BIO-RAD LABORATORIES (CANADA) LTD. .......................................................... BIOLYTICAL LABORATORIES INC. ............. BIOMERIEUX CANADA INC. ........................ BMO PURCHASE CARDS-HEALTH.............. BROWN COMMUNICATIONS GROUP INC. ..........................................................

1,105,096 1,438,065 529,771 99,258 62,546 113,401 1,147,580 173,540 121,089 225,498 54,399 70,965 2,229,099 453,026

Public Accounts, 2014-15 CANADIAN AGENCY FOR DRUGS & TECHNOLOGIES IN HEALTH ................... CANADIAN CANCER SOCIETY .................... CGI INFORMATION SYSTEMS & MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS INC. ..... CHECKLIST PARTNERSHIP LTD. ............... CHROMATOGRAPHIC SPECIALTIES INC. .......................................................... COUTTS COURIER CO. LTD. ...................... CURRY, PHILIP S. ....................................... D. GUDMUNDSON HEALTHCARE CONSULTING ........................................... D. LEHOTAY CONSULTING LTD. ................ DATA GROUP OF COMPANIES ................... DAVEY PLASTICS INC. ............................... DIAGNOSTIC HYBRIDS INC. ....................... DIASORIN INC. ............................................ DR. ALLAN J MILLER MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION ............ DR. BRIAN LAURSEN MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION ............ EHEALTH SASKATCHEWAN ....................... EUROIMMUN MEDICAL DIAGNOSTICS CANADA INC. ........................................... FISHER SCIENTIFIC COMPANY .................. FLUIDIGM CORPORATION .......................... GEN-PROBE INC. ........................................ GERRAND RATH JOHNSON LLP................. GLAXOSMITHKLINE INC. ............................ HBI OFFICE PLUS INC. ............................... HEALTH CONVEYANCE INC. ...................... HEALTH INTELLIGENCE INC. ..................... HEALTHWISE INCORPORATED .................. HEDGEROW SOFTWARE LTD. ................... HEDLUND, DAVE.......................................... HOSPITALS IN-COMMON LABORATORY INC. .......................................................... HUDSON, DR. SHAUNA G. .......................... IDEXX LABORATORIES CANADA LP .......... INTER MEDICO............................................. JOHN BLACK & ASSOCIATES LLC .............. KMP LAW NORTH ........................................ KPMG LLP..................................................... LIFE TECHNOLOGIES INC. ......................... LONESOME VIEW ENTERPRISE INC. ........ MCKESSON CANADA .................................. MERCK CANADA INC. ................................. METTLER-TOLEDO INC. ............................. MINISTER OF FINANCE OF ONTARIO ........ MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF AGRICULTURE ................................... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF CENTRAL SERVICES ......................... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF JUSTICE .............................................. OXOID COMPANY ........................................ PERKINELMER HEALTH SCIENCES CANADA, INC. .......................................... PFIZER CANADA INC. ................................. PHOENIX AIRMID BIOMEDICAL CORP. ..... PHYSICIAN RECRUITMENT AGENCY OF SASKATCHEWAN ............................... PROMEGA CORPORATION ......................... PROVIDENCE HEALTH CARE RESEARCH INSTITUTE............................ PUROLATOR INC. ....................................... QIAGEN INC. ............................................... RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA CORRECTIONAL SERVICE OF CANADA.................................................... RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA PUBLIC WORKS & GOV'T SERVICES CANADA ................................. REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............................... SANOFI PASTEUR LIMITED.........................

Health 328,833 113,595 2,832,738 70,000 51,057 64,836 61,737 130,795 74,404 67,863 88,909 117,265 330,307 114,686 77,355 6,248,800 226,043 308,526 185,195 966,870 215,610 551,925 73,408 199,080 361,724 78,559 62,825 101,168 265,143 50,200 85,621 289,287 10,354,840 159,555 480,160 151,381 59,943 108,616 1,708,463 64,705 52,660 119,807 11,490,733 780,924 149,276 480,177 3,014,122 215,792 400,000 90,983 70,740 50,765 166,114 1,400,000 6,286,896 94,224 347,084

133 SASKATCHEWAN ABILITIES COUNCIL ....... SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY .............................................. SIEMENS CANADA LTD. .............................. SIGMA-ALDRICH CANADA CO. ................... SOCIAL SECTOR METRICS INC. ................ SOMAGEN DIAGNOSTICS INC. .................. SYNTEGRITY GROUP .................................. SYSTEMS PLUS............................................ T. M. JOSDAL MEDICAL PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION INC. ........................................................... TDTS CONSULTING ..................................... UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ............. VFA CANADA CORP. ................................... VWR INTERNATIONAL CO. ......................... WATERS LIMITED.........................................

60,050 98,453 2,190,402 75,446 72,968 536,350 91,886 58,793 412,288 88,000 55,062 161,209 208,751 105,767

Other Expenses Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for expenses not included in the above categories. HEPATITIS 'C' SASKATCHEWAN C/O ROYAL TRUST ..........................................$

226,099

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Highways and Infrastructure (Vote 16) The mandate of the Ministry is to manage and provide for the future development of an integrated provincial transportation system which supports economic growth and prosperity for Saskatchewan. Our infrastructure investments will be guided by strategic transportation policy and incorporate operating and maintenance practices which promote the safe and efficient movement of people and goods.

Central Management and Services (Subvote HI01) Objective To provide executive direction and centrally-managed services for the core business activities of the Ministry. Program Delivery This program provides executive direction and centrallymanaged services in the areas of finance, geographical information, land management, communications and other operational services that include head office and programbased accommodations required for the delivery of the Ministry’s mandate.

Strategic Municipal Infrastructure (Subvote HI15) Objective To provide for partnership project initiatives. Program Delivery This program provides for partnership project initiatives that facilitate traffic management on the provincial transportation system. It also provides for strategic investments in municipal infrastructure, including community airport programs.

Operation of Transportation System (Subvote HI10) Objective To provide for the safe access and operation of the transportation system and to provide an appropriate level of service for the transportation network. Program Delivery This program provides for the safe access and operation of the transportation system through the delivery of a range of services including pavement marking, signing, lighting, mowing, snow and ice control, ferry and provincial airport operations, information technology management and systems support, and compliance with transportation laws. It also provides related operational services such as technical standards, and traffic engineering.

Preservation of Transportation System (Subvote HI04) Objective To provide the preservation and preventative maintenance works required to protect the public’s investment and provide an appropriate level of service from the transportation network.

Program Delivery This program provides preventative maintenance on provincial highways and bridges. It provides delivery, planning, engineering and management of the preservation and capital construction programs. It also includes road and bridge engineering services for municipalities.

Transportation Planning and Policy (Subvote HI06) Objective To develop strategic transportation policies and planning in consultation with the public and other government organizations. Program Delivery This program provides for strategic transportation planning and policy development. It ensures a modern and competitive regulatory framework for transportation that aligns with Saskatchewan’s regulatory modernization initiative. It assesses the efficiency of Saskatchewan’s transportation network for the development of transportation plans. It also includes technical advice to short line railways and regulation of provincial railways.

Custom Work Activity (Subvote HI09) Objective To provide for custom work activities. Program Delivery This program provides for custom work activities performed by the Ministry for municipalities, Crown corporations and other organizations on a full cost-recovery basis.

Infrastructure and Equipment Capital (Subvote HI08) Objective To provide for the structural restoration, rehabilitation and new construction of paved highways, bridges and other transportation infrastructure. It also provides for major capital accommodation improvements, capital acquisition and replacement of machinery and equipment and minor capital. Program Delivery This program provides for the delivery of infrastructure capital improvements to improve the provincial transportation system by utilizing in-house and contracted resources. It is also used for the acquisition of machinery and equipment used for maintaining and operating the provincial highway system.

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (Subvote HI14) Objective To account for expenses and expense recoveries that do not require appropriation. Program Delivery This program accounts for the estimated annual consumption of the Ministry’s capital assets. Amortization is calculated using the straight-line method based on the estimated useful service life of the assets with the exception

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of heavy equipment which is based on usage. Changes in valuation or loss on disposition of assets are also treated as amortization. Amortization is a non-voted, non-cash expense.

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Central Management and Services (HI01) Minister's Salary (Statutory)............................................................................ $ Executive Management.................................................................................. Central Services............................................................................................. Accommodation Services............................................................................... Subvote Total

Salaries & Benefits 48 $ 803 3,778 ........ 4,629

Strategic Municipal Infrastructure (HI15) Municipal Roads Strategy............................................................................... Strategic Partnership Program........................................................................ Urban Connectors.......................................................................................... Community Airport Partnership Program......................................................... Subvote Total

........ 7 ........ ........ 7

Operation of Transportation System (HI10) Winter Maintenance........................................................................................ Road Safety and Traffic Guidance.................................................................. Operational Services...................................................................................... Commercial Vehicle Enforcement................................................................... Ferry Services................................................................................................ Airports........................................................................................................... Information Technology Services.................................................................... Subvote Total

14,569 5,495 9,910 2,895 1,928 510 ........ 35,307

Preservation of Transportation System (HI04) Surface Preservation (2)................................................................................. Regional Services........................................................................................... Subvote Total

Capital Transfers ........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

25,500 411 4,486 636 31,033

Operating Transfers ........ $ ........ 9 ........ 9

........ 1,703 3,063 ........ 4,766

Goods and Services (1) ........ $ 254 692 11,473 12,419

........ 1,074 1 ........ 1,075

Capital Asset Amortization

(thousands of dollars) Other Expenses

Internal Recoveries

Total

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ (130) ........ (130)

48 1,057 4,349 11,473 16,927

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

25,500 3,195 7,550 636 36,881

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

25,389 22,360 9,965 1,068 1,806 1,527 5,795 67,910

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ (289) (1) ........ ........ ........ ........ (290)

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

39,958 27,566 19,874 3,963 3,734 2,037 5,795 102,927

24,409 10,738 35,147

........ 1,680 1,680

........ ........ ........

119,315 1,722 121,037

........ ........ ........

412 ........ 412

........ ........ ........

144,136 14,140 158,276

Transportation Planning and Policy (HI06).............................

2,910

........

206

237

........

........

........

3,353

Custom Work Activity (HI09)......................................................

1,072

........

........

3,487

........

........

........

4,559

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

Infrastructure and Equipment Capital (HI08) Infrastructure Rehabilitation............................................................................ Infrastructure Enhancement............................................................................ Accommodations Capital................................................................................ Machinery and Equipment.............................................................................. Minor Capital.................................................................................................. Subvote Total

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

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Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (HI14) Amortization - Infrastructure........................................................................... Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.......................................... Amortization - Machinery and Equipment........................................................ Amortization - Transportation Equipment........................................................ Amortization - Office and Information Technology........................................... Subvote Total

137

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

(5,047) ........ ........ ........ ........ (5,047)

141,293 932 4,735 422 8 147,390

956 ........ ........ ........ ........ 956

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

137,202 932 4,735 422 8 143,299

Total

$

79,072 $

32,713 $

4,981 $

201,118 $

147,390 $

1,078 $

(130) $

466,222

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$

78,000 $

32,713 $

4,981 $

197,631 $

147,390 $

1,078 $

(130) $

461,663

Highways and Infrastructure - Commercial Operations Custom Work Activity (HI09).......................................................................... Total $

1,072 79,072 $

........ 32,713 $

........ 4,981 $

3,487 201,118 $

........ 147,390 $

........ 1,078 $

........ (130) $

4,559 466,222

(1) Includes communication expense of $619 and travel expense of $9,853. (2) Details of expendiutre by highway are provided on page 147.

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Salaries and Benefits Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for salaries, wages, honorariums, etc. and for pension and public sector benefits. Salaries ABBEY, DWAYNE ......................................... $ ABDULKADIR, HIKMET O. ........................... ADAMS, JUDITH A. ...................................... ADHIKARI, SUDIP L. .................................... AHENAKEW, GARRETT ............................... AHMAD, NAHEED......................................... AHMED, CHOUDHARY S. ........................... ALDULAYMI, ZAHIR H .................................. ALLAN, GREG M. ......................................... ANDERSON, GORDON W. .......................... ANDERSON, MARSHA ................................. ANDERSON, NICOLE M. L. ......................... ANDERSON, VICKI M. ................................. ANDRE, NICHOLE CHRISTINE .................... ANDREWS, CODY J. ................................... ANDREWS, LARRY J. .................................. ANTHONY, ANIA M. ..................................... ARGUE, SCOTT C. ...................................... ARMSTRONG, WENDY L. ........................... ARNASON, ROBERT Q. .............................. ARTHUR, BRENT H. S. ................................ ARTYMOWICZ, HARRY M. .......................... ASHDOWN, MITCHEL JOHN........................ ASSIE, MICHAEL F. ..................................... BABIUK, JAMES ........................................... BAHNMANN, BRIAN GORDON .................... BAILEY, DAVID B. ........................................ BAILEY, LARRY R. ...................................... BALL, JENNIFER J. ..................................... BANACH, DEVIN J. ...................................... BANDUR, KYLE M. ...................................... BANDUR, MITCHELL P. .............................. BARROWMAN, RILEY R. ............................. BARTLEY, TRAVIS L. .................................. BASSENDOWSKI, JEFF C. .......................... BATHER, LLOYD J. ..................................... BAUMANN, JOLENE AL ............................... BAZIUK, ALEXANDER F. ............................. BAZIUK, WILLIAM M. ................................... BAZUIK, THOMAS P. ................................... BEAR, EARL J. ............................................ BEAR, KELLY J. ........................................... BEAUCHESNE, CLAUDE D. ........................ BECKER, KARSON B. ................................. BECKSTEAD, EDISON F. ............................ BELL, DEVIN G. J. ....................................... BENESH, STACEY R. .................................. BERGERON, SHERRYL ALYNN................... BERGREN, L. HUGO .................................... BERNAUER, KEITH M. ................................ BERRY, DEAN R. ......................................... BERT, FELIX J. ............................................ BERTOLO, ROBERT G. ............................... BESSE, BOB E. ............................................ BESTER, DAVID F. ...................................... BINGHAM, LAURA ........................................ BIRD, DENNIS D. ......................................... BITSCHY, DALE............................................ BLACKWELL, DAMON L. ............................. BLEIKEN, JEFF ROBERT ............................. BLOHM, KENNITH D. ................................... BOCK, STEVEN R. ...................................... BOCZULAK, VINCENT MICHAEL ................. BODMAN, LYLE G. ...................................... BOEN, CASSANDRA E. ............................... BOLTON, LLOYD A. .....................................

76,309 85,209 83,406 88,509 63,512 104,420 81,532 102,252 56,407 117,761 53,426 131,751 91,659 100,758 57,800 73,107 112,889 65,532 62,493 68,788 56,081 96,227 62,443 54,041 109,018 69,909 65,441 73,449 91,332 59,294 56,264 78,692 50,377 71,040 76,439 70,781 58,615 82,579 64,161 88,041 61,110 62,980 66,267 52,590 54,724 80,993 59,850 63,274 74,918 59,615 54,345 64,780 84,870 102,044 74,406 75,187 63,408 60,056 62,611 72,132 65,462 59,207 78,127 78,787 53,831 55,102

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BOLTON, RONDA J. ..................................... BOMBERAK, JEROME J. ............................. BOOKER, DARYL A. .................................... BORBELY, CATHERINE L. ........................... BORIX, TERRY J. ......................................... BOSCH, JAMES JOSEPH ............................. BOSTOCK, BRIAN W. .................................. BOTHNER, LYLE F. ...................................... BOUCHER, KEVIN F. ................................... BOURASSA, ROGER M. .............................. BOUVIER, STEFAN L. .................................. BOWDITCH, SHAUN C. ................................ BOYER, CLIFFORD D. ................................. BOYKO, BRENT A. ....................................... BOYKO, RYAN .............................................. BOYLE, JACQUELINE R. ............................. BRAATEN, DUSTIN B. ................................. BRASS, BLAIR M. ........................................ BRASS, HECTOR L. ..................................... BRASSARD, HERVE CALIXTE ..................... BRIERE, ROBIN E. ....................................... BRISBOIS, LINDSEY ..................................... BROCKMAN, CHARLOTTE A. ...................... BRODNER, ANN F. ...................................... BRODNER, RUSSEL A. ................................ BROMLEY, MARK C. .................................... BROWN, CALDER J. .................................... BROWN, HAL G. .......................................... BROWN, LESLIE WAYNE ............................. BROWN, SHANNON J. ................................. BROWN, THOMAS MARK ............................. BRUYNOOGHE, DONNA M. ........................ BRYKSA, GRANT A. ..................................... BUCHKO, MICHELLE L. ............................... BUDDECKE, LOIS ......................................... BURLACK, ROBERT G. ................................ BURNETT, MICHAEL F. ............................... BURNOUF, DENNIS ...................................... BURRY, MICHAEL ........................................ BURYM, BEN R. D. ....................................... BUSHMAN, ROBERT JAMES........................ BUTTON, BRETT P. ..................................... BUTTON, JAMES G. ..................................... CAMPBELL, BERT W. .................................. CAMPBELL, DAN G. ..................................... CAMPBELL, DUSTIN R. ............................... CARLBERG BONNET, MIRANDA ................. CARLSON, DONAVON J. ............................. CARTER, LEONARD J. ................................ CHANDLER, PAUL L. N. ............................... CHASSE, HOLLY A. ..................................... CHENEY, SHANE C. .................................... CHERRY, JOEL D. ....................................... CHISHOLM, DONALD ................................... CHOLODNUIK, EUGENE PETER ................. CHOWDHURY, RUDABA .............................. CHRISTIANSON, GREG................................ CHRISTMANN, CARL B. .............................. CHRISTMANN, CASEY J. ............................ CIPYWNYK, ANDREW .................................. CLARK, JACKIE L. ........................................ CLARK, LESLEY D. ...................................... CLARK, SYLAS ............................................. CLARKE, JOSEPH WAYNE .......................... CLARKE, OBERT .......................................... CLARKE, WINSTON J. ................................. CLEAVE, DARREN J. ................................... CLEVELAND, JEFFREY W. .......................... COCHET, DENISE ........................................ COCHRANE, TIM J. ...................................... COLEMAN, GREG S. ................................... COLLINS, CRAIG E. ..................................... CONNOLY, ALFRED RAY ............................. COOK, STEPHEN N. .................................... COOKSON, DARCY P. ................................. COOPER, DAVID W. ....................................

51,873 64,113 92,708 115,099 72,021 76,861 65,591 72,218 60,121 73,532 60,235 74,918 61,756 92,702 96,213 53,493 66,982 59,892 82,035 112,606 86,082 63,666 76,467 59,655 68,392 80,559 81,913 63,412 53,765 62,462 58,371 50,846 83,580 72,666 51,088 69,679 102,543 62,676 58,561 52,600 102,987 63,017 58,914 87,553 77,034 53,434 133,638 68,681 66,013 68,307 50,621 50,847 62,408 65,114 109,736 56,877 57,618 96,202 64,378 110,730 73,361 55,031 60,951 65,894 69,373 66,163 63,024 61,918 57,529 62,278 54,218 62,304 113,273 69,626 85,975 62,713

Public Accounts, 2014-15 CORRIGAL, GEORGE A. ............................. COSSETTE, CHRISTOPHER D. .................. COUPERTHWAITE, MARK W. ..................... COX, REGINALD........................................... CRAGG, RANDAL A. .................................... CREIGHTON, M. WAYNE ............................. CROSSON, DOUGLAS L. ............................ CULLUM, EDWARD ...................................... CURRIE, IAN DAVID ..................................... CURRIE, TRENT M. ..................................... CUTLER, JEREMY ........................................ CZERNICK, JOHN C. ................................... DAHL, ROGER B. ......................................... DAKU, NEIL C. ............................................. DANIELS, DOUG........................................... DANIELS, TRACY T. .................................... DAVIDSON, SHARMON D. .......................... DAVIES, THOMAS L. ................................... DAVIS, BLAINE P. ........................................ DAVIS, LAWRENCE W. ............................... DE CRUYENAERE, GREGORY J. ............... DEBERT, BRENT ALAN ................................ DECK, DEVIN J. ........................................... DECKER, BILL TRACY ................................. DELOWSKI, CARL J. .................................... DEMMANS, CALVIN ..................................... DENIS, NICOLE ............................................ DEROO, GARRY A. ..................................... DERR, DAVID W. ......................................... DEWAN SOCHASKI, NORMAN B. ............... DICKIE, BRADLEY S. ................................... DICKIE, CHRIS S. ........................................ DICKSON, WAYNE M. ................................. DIDUR, ALLEN C. ........................................ DIEBEL, GARY J. ......................................... DIGNESS, TYRELL S. .................................. DIXON, IAN ................................................... DOEGE, KURT L. ......................................... DOETZEL, LINDSAY J. ................................ DOKA, KALEIGH ........................................... DOLHA, DEREK J. ....................................... DOLNEY, DAN G. ......................................... DOLTER, PATRICK L. .................................. DONAHUE, JAY M. ...................................... DORE, PIERRE CLAUDE .............................. DOREY, CHRISTIANE .................................. DORION, BRADLEY ...................................... DOUGLAS, BRENT W. ................................. DRESSLER, GREGORY A. .......................... DRIESCHNER, WAYNE A. ........................... DUECK, BENJAMIN D. ................................. DUFF, BOBBY M. ......................................... DUMAIS, ERNEST ........................................ DUROCHER, RICHARD G. .......................... DYCK, CHARLENE E. .................................. DYCK, GERRY A. ......................................... DYCK, WESLEY JOHN ................................. DZIAK, SYLVIA ............................................. EARING, TIMOTHY J. .................................. ECKEL, DONNY N. ...................................... EDDY, TYSON K. ......................................... EDQUIST, ELDON E. ................................... EDWARDS, EDWARD J. .............................. EERING, LANA ............................................. EHRMANTRAUT, JENNIFER N. ................... EISENKIRCH, MARK J. ................................ ENDICOTT, BRENDON R. ........................... EPP, ANTHONY P. ....................................... ERDMAN, SCOTT D. .................................... ERICKSON, ALAN RAY ................................ ERICKSON, RILEY J. ................................... ERICSON, GARY L. ..................................... EVANS, ALVIN C. ......................................... EVANS, GREGG ALLAN ............................... FATTEICHER, CURTIS H. ............................ FEHR, ANDREW ...........................................

Highways and Infrastructure 77,893 61,129 52,203 125,107 74,567 70,209 51,749 60,400 104,019 91,509 67,806 91,650 61,782 66,199 95,131 51,411 53,333 110,730 71,880 53,789 54,799 53,967 68,722 57,510 72,883 81,799 54,588 69,706 101,250 65,251 71,173 59,410 59,341 64,888 121,722 77,340 51,567 65,455 65,165 55,321 67,153 68,803 102,002 96,037 52,334 50,930 68,393 70,617 51,368 61,785 64,377 65,786 58,761 75,485 76,649 58,796 64,127 79,428 82,606 92,972 54,689 66,430 53,196 77,656 172,659 64,780 61,015 61,862 53,140 50,188 53,870 95,409 64,486 100,374 58,814 75,824

FENIAK, BARRY F. ....................................... FERENCE, CHRISTOPHER G. ..................... FERTUCK, JENNIFER R. ............................. FIDDLER, CARY A. ....................................... FIDDLER, JENNIFER M. ............................... FINGAS, JUSTIN D. ...................................... FINK, CHUCK R. ........................................... FINN, THERESA M. ...................................... FISCHER, RANDY L. .................................... FISHER, MARK.............................................. FISHER, MAXINE F. ..................................... FLAVEL, RICKY M. ....................................... FONTAINE, ERNIE ........................................ FONTAINE, JAMES E. .................................. FORMAGGIO, A. SCOTT............................... FOWLER, DARREN G. ................................. FOX, RICHARD JOHN ................................... FRAIN, BARRY J. ......................................... FRANK, RICHARD L. .................................... FRANKLIN, KEN B. ....................................... FRASS, LEONARD J. ................................... FRIESEN, BRIAN J. L. .................................. FROEHLICH, ALLAN R. ................................ FUCHS, CHRIS R. ........................................ FUNK, ELMER H. ......................................... GABRUCH, MATTHEW R. ............................ GALLIVAN, BARRY ALFRED......................... GAMBLE, WARREN M. ................................. GANES, DIANE M. ........................................ GAREAU, FERNAND ..................................... GARRECHT, CAMERON ............................... GEHL, LLOYD E. .......................................... GEIS, ROBERT J. ......................................... GEL, CLIFFORD H. ....................................... GELECH, TERRY W. .................................... GENERT, OWEN G. ..................................... GERBRANDT, RONALD R. .......................... GERLINSKY, JOSEPH O. ............................. GERSTENHOFER, RUDOLF J. .................... GERWAUTZ, KELLY P. ................................ GEYSEN, CURTIS M. ................................... GIBSON, CHARLES BRUCE ......................... GIBSON, KAREN BRENDA ........................... GIBSON, STEVEN D. ................................... GIENOW, WAYNE ......................................... GIFFORD, BRYAN M. ................................... GILBERT, HEATHER A. ................................ GILMER, COREY........................................... GOERTZ, COLE A. ....................................... GOERTZEN, ROBERT C. ............................. GORDON, JAMES A. .................................... GORDON, NORMAN B. ................................ GORLICK, ROCK B. ..................................... GORNIAK, CAROLYN M. .............................. GOULET, LAIRD L. ....................................... GOVINDASAMY, NITHI ................................. GOWER, CALVIN G. ..................................... GRAMIAK, MIKE ............................................ GRAVELLE, AARON J. ................................. GRAVELLE, TRAVIS R. ................................ GREIER, STEVEN L. .................................... GREINER, GARTH R. ................................... GRESCHUK, GENE ....................................... GREVNA, RODNEY J. .................................. GRIGG, JEFFREY G. .................................... GROBOWSKY, JEFF D. ............................... GUITARD, MICHAEL C. ................................ HAASE, COLT W. ......................................... HAINES, GORDON N. .................................. HALCRO, RICHARD B. ................................. HALFAWY, MAHMOUD R. ............................ HALL, WESLEY D. ........................................ HALVORSON, GERALD L. ........................... HAMILTON, CARSON R. .............................. HAMILTON, RICK J. ..................................... HANNAH, JONATHAN K. ..............................

139 72,039 115,599 101,388 55,687 54,457 65,943 95,047 108,701 65,668 64,307 65,226 85,018 68,541 69,136 61,493 52,980 53,377 56,060 95,931 106,588 117,912 54,811 79,607 93,385 59,811 69,565 112,725 60,110 50,703 79,438 61,418 56,812 62,994 69,424 53,149 111,474 158,619 65,869 87,916 50,309 68,585 99,098 67,629 75,092 133,873 58,851 60,808 60,930 89,277 67,731 53,620 87,587 133,218 53,375 52,400 214,050 62,232 73,875 58,741 83,938 100,758 70,482 51,958 101,482 110,730 72,631 89,862 79,575 105,344 57,717 91,908 63,441 64,241 54,034 51,478 84,685

140 HANSEN, DOUGLAS GUY............................ HANSEN, GARY ........................................... HANSEN, TOMMY T. J. ............................... HARBOR, CHERYL M. ................................. HARCOURT, KEITH J. ................................. HARRICK, JOEY A. ...................................... HARRIS, BRANDON M. ............................... HASSMAN, EVAN ......................................... HASTIE, DONALDA DONNA ANN ................ HEAL, PETER RAYMOND ............................ HEATH, MICHAEL M. ................................... HEGEDUS, ALLAN LESLIE........................... HEINEMANN, LYLE ...................................... HEISTAD, EDWIN C. .................................... HELFRICK, BRENT D. ................................. HELGESON, KENNETH D. .......................... HENDERSON, LES J. .................................. HENDRY, ROBERT ...................................... HERCHAK, MARC E. ................................... HERCHUK, MICHAEL A. .............................. HERMAN, WILFRED ..................................... HERON, ALEX B. ......................................... HESS, DONALD J. ....................................... HICKS, ADAM J. .......................................... HIGGS, RILEY K. ......................................... HILDEBRAND, EDWARD E. ........................ HILL, ALAN W. ............................................. HILLIAR, CLARENCE H. .............................. HINTZ, RANDY ............................................. HIRTLE, JUSTIN G. ..................................... HITCHINGS, LAURIE J. ............................... HOCKLEY, ROBERT JAMES ........................ HODGSON, BARRY A. ................................ HOEHN, BECKY VIOLET .............................. HOEHN, DARYL L. ....................................... HOFFMAN, ALAN R. .................................... HOLADAY, KERRY B. .................................. HOLLAND, JEFFREY .................................... HOLMEN, BRANDON T. .............................. HOUSDEN, KEVIN J. ................................... HOUSEN, TREVOR L. ................................. HOUSTON, W. GLENN ................................. HOVDEBO, KAILEE A. ................................. HOVLAND, BRADLEY N. ............................. HOWES, DARYL D. ..................................... HOWRIE, DALE B. ....................................... HOWSE, NORMAN C. .................................. HRADECKI, JASON ...................................... HRADECKI, LORNE M. ................................ HUEL, BRADEN M. ...................................... HUGG, HAROLD A. ..................................... HUMPHRIES, DON C. .................................. HUNT, PAUL DENNIS ................................... HUSCH, ANTHONY L. ................................. HUSSAIN, MOHAMMED ZAKI ...................... HUTTON, DEL L. .......................................... HYSTAD, MURRAY LEE ............................... INGRAM, NORMAN G. ................................. INVERARITY, BRUCE V. ............................. IRONCHILD, DONNY L. ............................... IUON, WANDA DEE ...................................... JACOBSEN, KEN H. .................................... JACOBSON, LONNIE J. ............................... JACOBSON, WES......................................... JANVIER, KEITH A. ..................................... JANZEN, JOHN............................................. JANZEN, RODNEY W. ................................. JAWORSKI, DEREK W. ............................... JEANCART, GERALD W. ............................. JENKINS, RODNEY D. ................................. JENSEN, BRIAN W. ..................................... JESS, GLEN M. ............................................ JMAEFF, DOUGLAS W. ............................... JOBIN, JERRY J. ......................................... JOGI, MANOJ ............................................... JOHNSON, DOLTON E. C. ..........................

Highways and Infrastructure 133,830 64,378 64,632 60,928 62,527 74,333 109,440 69,223 52,090 81,318 56,617 100,758 63,770 50,940 59,423 66,561 68,457 63,960 81,435 91,215 69,875 52,742 56,693 77,978 66,274 68,762 88,884 65,379 79,456 77,374 110,730 64,878 61,899 79,410 53,947 110,730 78,764 93,570 55,831 55,816 63,201 58,434 63,749 57,042 85,945 54,164 60,229 63,550 53,833 68,913 136,111 93,475 103,015 93,792 73,548 63,816 62,768 63,227 70,200 53,331 50,402 77,408 65,113 70,986 77,392 63,340 52,361 89,631 63,874 66,561 52,796 60,371 52,684 53,979 100,758 52,092

Public Accounts, 2014-15

JOHNSON, ERIC O. ..................................... JOHNSON, GORD M. ................................... JOHNSON, JOE A. ....................................... JOHNSON, KEITH E. .................................... JOHNSON, MICHAEL K. .............................. JOHNSON-KING, SHARON .......................... JOHNSTON, TRACY L. ................................ JONASSON, E. DWAYNE ............................. JONES, BLAKE E. ........................................ JOORISITY, KENT A. ................................... KALINOWSKI, DARCY L. ............................. KALINOWSKI, KELLY N. .............................. KALYAR, IFTEKHAR ALI ............................... KANAK, DAN M. ........................................... KANE, GARTH N. .......................................... KARAKACHUK, MAUREEN F. ...................... KARPA, GARRY T. ....................................... KAUFMANN, STACY D. ................................ KEAYS, KOLBY J. ........................................ KELLER, AMANDA L. ................................... KELLER, ROY E. .......................................... KELLY, DOUGLAS R. ................................... KELLY, SHANNON K. ................................... KELTS, SHELIZA S. ..................................... KEMP, MARCUS D. ...................................... KENDALL, GARY W. .................................... KENKE, DREW E. ........................................ KENNEDY, LORI R. ...................................... KENNO, SOLOMON Y. ................................. KENNON, MICKEY E. ................................... KENT, SUKHDIP ........................................... KERELUK, JAMES L. ................................... KERPAN, BARRY W. .................................... KERR, JOSHUA J. ........................................ KHAN, FAISAL E. ......................................... KHATTAK, UMAR AZIZ ................................. KILBACK, CAMERON R. .............................. KINNEE, WESLEY JAMES ............................ KISH, RALPH G. ........................................... KISH, ROBERT.............................................. KISH, TRENT S. ........................................... KISZKA, RICK LLOYD ................................... KLAMOT, ALLAN R. ..................................... KLAMOT, RANDALL C. ................................ KLASSEN, JARROD R. ................................ KLATT, BARRY E. ........................................ KNACKSTEDT, LAURENCE H. .................... KNAUS, RAVEN ............................................ KNITTIG, LAMONT A. ................................... KNOPF, EDWARD W. .................................. KNORR, KENNETH H. ................................. KOEBERLIN, MARCUS ................................. KOELLMEL, CAL ........................................... KOHLRUSS, KAREN S. ................................ KOMAIKE, BRYCE J. .................................... KONCZ, JOSEPH K. ..................................... KOOLEN, DENNIS M. ................................... KOOPMAN, EVELYN..................................... KORPAN, TRENT .......................................... KOSMYNKA, BURGAN M. ............................ KOSTERIVA, JOAN L. .................................. KOSTIC, BOJANA ......................................... KOWALKO, KENNETH DALE ........................ KOZLOSKI, TRACY CLAIRE ......................... KRAHENBIL, SHAWN ................................... KRENTZ, BLAINE .......................................... KRESS, SHEILA M. ...................................... KREUTZER, CORDELL A. ............................ KREUTZER, KEVIN K. .................................. KREUTZER, KIM K. ...................................... KREUTZER, SCOTT C. ................................ KRIEGER, SHELDON A. .............................. KRIENKE, ROCKLEN S. ............................... KUMAR, AJEET ............................................. KUNTZ, DARREN L. ..................................... KUPPENBENDER, KELLY J. ........................

79,307 61,133 52,580 72,789 79,651 76,789 61,001 63,613 51,148 66,082 77,991 58,022 100,758 76,752 62,506 54,445 88,257 68,677 51,091 55,249 56,249 112,631 52,756 80,754 53,768 66,254 67,906 57,196 76,173 63,918 124,452 102,768 64,651 72,273 83,820 81,768 77,540 66,266 69,769 82,687 73,372 65,201 67,769 51,854 65,362 97,241 93,128 65,697 81,933 89,489 55,014 77,473 64,560 68,258 70,953 76,350 66,299 64,894 68,127 82,884 63,573 73,810 88,878 51,548 77,374 72,925 63,106 55,752 81,512 92,577 91,650 53,310 94,671 90,012 89,531 75,269

Public Accounts, 2014-15 KURYSH, JEFF O. ....................................... KUSALIK, JEFF S. ........................................ KUSCH, CALLA B. ....................................... KWON, DAVID Q. ......................................... LAFOND, BRIAN W. ..................................... LAFONTAINE, JOSH L. ................................ LAGASSE, EDWARD A. ............................... LALIBERTE, RANDELL C. ............................ LALONDE, PAUL V. ..................................... LANDELL, ANDREA J. ................................. LANG, GEORGE GREGORY ........................ LAPPA, KAREN............................................. LARIO, JAMIE H. .......................................... LARIVIERE, LEON J. .................................... LARIVIERE, MICHAEL D. ............................. LARIVIERE, VALMORE................................. LAROCHE, GUILLAUME ............................... LAROCQUE, WILLIAM R. ............................. LARRE, RYAN T. .......................................... LARSEN, GERALD N. .................................. LARSEN, LENARD ........................................ LARSON, KENNETH D. ............................... LAU, TONY MING YEE ................................. LAVALLEE, EDWARD J. .............................. LAVOIE, ARTHUR P. .................................... LAVOIE, GILBERT J. .................................... LAVOY, DUANE M. ...................................... LAZIC, ZVJEZDAN ........................................ LEBLANC, MARC R. .................................... LEES, THOMAS G. ...................................... LEGARDE, EDGAR S. .................................. LEHMANN, KARL O. .................................... LEHMANN, SHAUNA J. ................................ LEIBEL, RICHARD L. ................................... LEIBEL, TRACEY C. A. ................................ LEN, KEN ...................................................... LENZ, BRYAN D. .......................................... LEPINE, BRIAN A. C. ................................... LERAT, DARREN S. ..................................... LESLIE, JIM W. ............................................ LILLEBO, RICHARD L. ................................. LINDSAY, ALAN ............................................ LINDSAY, ANDREW ..................................... LISSON, BRADLEY S. .................................. LIU, ANDREW G. ......................................... LIU, ZHAOBIN Z. .......................................... LIZEE, CHRIS R. .......................................... LOEWEN, GRANT G. ................................... LORAAS, DEAN ............................................ LOVE, MATHEW A. ...................................... LUCIW, SHELDON M. S. .............................. LUDWIG, JASON S. ..................................... LUMMERDING, JOHN J. .............................. LUTZ, STEVEN R. ........................................ LUZNY, PAUL A. .......................................... LYON, ADRIAN WILLIAM .............................. LYSAK, TERRY T. ........................................ LYTH, SCOTT R. .......................................... MACDONALD, JAMES R. ............................. MACDONALD, TANYA C. ............................. MACFIE, ELSTON H. ................................... MACKIE, SCOTT C. ..................................... MACYSHON, DOUG ..................................... MADIGAN, BARBARA J. .............................. MAKOWSKY, MICHAEL ................................ MALLORY, MICHAEL .................................... MANDZUK, JEANNE E. ................................ MANEY, TRAVIS E. ...................................... MANN, GAIL E. ............................................. MANZ, GARETT G. ...................................... MARCENKO, CURTIS A. ............................. MARSHALL, DALE E. ................................... MARTIN, LINDEN N. .................................... MARTINKA, JENNIFER ................................. MARTINKA, RHIANNON ............................... MASON, MELFORD C. .................................

Highways and Infrastructure 60,458 85,549 54,075 83,406 80,622 65,456 50,105 57,634 61,170 92,093 100,758 64,762 57,505 62,076 64,232 60,007 55,488 68,024 70,088 72,138 52,836 68,495 56,626 64,717 62,508 52,741 69,887 133,830 51,840 106,332 72,892 77,982 100,704 65,802 100,140 50,601 58,733 56,440 63,249 57,017 62,754 79,860 65,468 70,727 122,814 101,619 53,227 73,569 101,261 54,026 61,486 100,758 90,139 67,350 62,311 91,274 67,734 62,851 70,041 87,390 74,569 64,263 53,878 62,844 121,722 105,683 53,790 55,405 56,938 63,997 56,587 50,713 75,204 69,482 66,723 56,621

MASSON, CHAD R. ...................................... MATCYK, MATTHEW R. ............................... MATHIESON, STEWART DOUGLAS ............ MATOVICH, JOLENE M. ............................... MATT, CHARLES .......................................... MATT, THOMAS T. ....................................... MATTHEWS, LORI J. .................................... MATTHEWS, RUSSELL P. ........................... MATTHIES, WALTER R. ............................... MAURICE, RON KELLY ................................. MCCLOSKEY, PHILIP L. ............................... MCCONNELL, CHERYL J. ............................ MCCRACKEN, JEFFREY J. .......................... MCDONALD, DEBBIE J. ............................... MCGERRIGLE, PAT ...................................... MCGILLIVARY, STAN M. .............................. MCGONIGAL, DARCY DALE ......................... MCGONIGAL, DAVID F. ............................... MCGOWAN, LILLIAN MAY ............................ MCKENZIE, LES V. ....................................... MCLEAN, LORD REV FRANK JAMES .......... MCLEOD, GEORGE ...................................... MCNIE, DONALD LARRY .............................. MCNISH, PATRICK D. .................................. MCSWEEN, JEFFREY P. ............................. MEACHEM, WESLEY P. ............................... MEAKIN, KIM JAMES .................................... MEDLOSKI, KEN ........................................... MEIER, CARL C. R. ...................................... MEINERT, GEOFF T. .................................... MELNYCHUK, GRANT M. ............................ MELNYK, BRYAN J. ..................................... MERCIER, GERARD A. ................................ MERCREDI, MORVAN M. ............................. MIAZYK, JESSICA M. ................................... MICHAYLUK, KEN N. ................................... MICHEL, CLARENCE K. ............................... MICHNIK, KEEGAN J. .................................. MIHIAL, DEBORAH........................................ MILLEN, TREVOR A. .................................... MILLER, BRENT L. ....................................... MILLER, DERRICK A. ................................... MILLS, BONNIE L. ........................................ MILLS, GLENN L. ......................................... MILLS, TYLER A. .......................................... MISE, DEANNA S. ........................................ MISPONAS, MELVIN R. ................................ MOBERLY, KEN G. A. .................................. MOCK, LARRY D. ......................................... MOHNS, TIFFANY E. .................................... MOLNAR, DAVID V. ...................................... MOLNAR, ELAINE M. ................................... MOLZAN, JEFFREY E. ................................. MOORE, BRIAN E. ....................................... MOORE, MIKE ............................................... MORIN, GLEN ............................................... MORRIS, BRANDEN B. ................................ MORRIS, JASON ........................................... MORRIS, RONALD BURT ............................. MORRISON, RICK G. ................................... MORSON, TYSON E. ................................... MOYNHAM, JOHN J. .................................... MUCHA, WILLIAM A. .................................... MUENCH, RODNEY D. ................................. MUHR, MARLA M. ........................................ MUNRO, DAVID............................................. MUNROE, JAYME S. .................................... MUSSELMAN, GARY .................................... MUSTATIA, SEAN M. ................................... NABE, JACK .................................................. NAHARNEY, GRANT ALLAN ......................... NATOMAGAN, ARNOLD ............................... NEFF, KENNETH........................................... NEIS, DOUGLAS W. ..................................... NELSON, BARRY M. .................................... NELSON, CRYSTAL ......................................

141 53,350 59,095 52,757 50,807 77,816 90,487 100,758 55,116 62,944 66,805 59,317 62,339 66,405 51,173 95,133 87,000 73,860 81,891 50,299 62,997 68,933 76,956 71,799 52,141 96,949 73,780 78,219 63,592 67,595 101,526 105,105 60,790 61,351 70,317 74,946 51,787 58,785 57,714 68,310 64,693 110,730 69,431 52,727 64,313 63,983 57,404 64,244 64,251 92,025 53,251 90,571 62,709 65,583 54,577 95,210 109,910 60,101 51,579 65,538 76,756 79,554 85,008 67,196 91,342 89,559 88,037 74,381 60,796 67,885 69,051 66,275 83,164 60,963 110,730 59,509 54,377

142 NELSON, DEAN W. ..................................... NELSON, KEN J. .......................................... NELSON-JONES, MARISSA ......................... NEUFELD, CORAL L. ................................... NEUFELD, GARRY J. .................................. NEUMAN, ADOLF JOHN .............................. NEWTON, ROBERT G. ................................ NEWTON, ROGER E. .................................. NICHOLLS, ALFRED .................................... NICHOLLS, ANDREW S. ............................. NICOLAY, BRADLEY W. .............................. NICOLAY, JOEL CAMERON ......................... NISTOR, GERALD G. ................................... NIXON, DAVID E. ......................................... NOVAK, GLENN............................................ NYBERG, EDWARD ERIK ............................ NYHUS, CARLA L. ....................................... O'DONOVAN, RAYMOND G. ....................... O'HARE, PETER G. ..................................... O'HARE, SHELLEY M. ................................. O'NEILL, ANNETTE L. ................................. OBLEMAN, CORY M. ................................... OFF, RONALD L. ......................................... OGLE, TRAVIS W. ....................................... OKRAINCEE, JOHN T. ................................. OLOWE, BUNMI............................................ OLSZEWSKI, WARREN D. .......................... ORB, BRENT ................................................ ORR, OLEKSANDRA .................................... ORSAK, TODD J. ......................................... OWENS, OWEN T. ....................................... PACHOLKA, WILLIAM J. P. ......................... PAISIG, JOANNE L. ..................................... PALANIUK, DALE J. ..................................... PALKO, CORY E. ......................................... PALM, BRIAN J. ........................................... PANESAR, HARPREET ................................ PARENTEAU, BRENDA ................................ PARFITT, PHILLIP ........................................ PARISIEN, JORDAN E. ................................ PARK, HENRY C. ......................................... PARK, RAYMOND GREGORY SCOTT......... PATTISON, GLEN A. .................................... PATZWALD, EDWARD W. ........................... PAULSON, TRAVIS J. .................................. PAWLIW, TRACY M. .................................... PEARSON, KEVIN C. ................................... PEDERSEN, BARRY L. ................................ PEDERSEN, BLAIR R. ................................. PEDERSEN, TEDDY ANDREW .................... PEDERSON, KELLY R. ................................ PEESKER, DYLAN A. .................................. PEETERS, JOSEPH R. L. ............................ PELLETIER, JOSEPH MICHAEL .................. PELLY, ANDREW Z. .................................... PENNER, JONA ............................................ PEPPLER, BRUCE ....................................... PEPPLER, TERRY R. .................................. PEREPIOLKIN, FRED F. .............................. PERIH, BRIAN M. ......................................... PERSON, HARLEY W. ................................. PETERSON, WENDELL R. .......................... PETHICK, THOMAS W. ............................... PICHE, RENE V. .......................................... PIDWERBESKY, DALLON J. ....................... PIKALUK, RONALD S. ................................. PILON, RAYMOND ....................................... PIPER, LYNETTE.......................................... PODBOROCHYNSKI, TRACY ...................... POITRAS, DENBY B. ................................... PREETE, RICHARD A. ................................. PRESCESKY, HEATHER.............................. PRIEL, JUSTIN R. ........................................ PRITCHARD, WILLIAM JAMES GEORGE .... PROCYSHYN, KEN C. ................................. PROKOPCHUK, RANDALL V. .....................

Highways and Infrastructure 66,062 52,778 89,897 82,337 69,955 63,300 81,212 63,563 64,184 50,627 61,182 55,703 64,543 52,047 138,544 82,962 68,086 63,854 65,857 71,584 63,744 67,163 98,092 80,269 50,962 60,419 67,131 100,758 59,569 81,724 60,782 126,858 56,315 52,792 72,825 89,026 100,903 65,959 54,531 66,553 63,837 55,484 83,125 56,234 60,522 71,661 101,916 68,209 72,345 69,468 92,047 56,811 62,577 79,650 63,039 67,252 77,965 78,332 66,716 85,419 63,988 70,557 64,540 70,044 60,995 92,025 85,710 74,566 68,872 58,708 62,044 76,947 61,202 60,148 59,071 93,238

Public Accounts, 2014-15

PROPP, BARRY K. ....................................... PRYCHAK, KARRY ....................................... PRYTULA, RICHARD A. ............................... PYLATUK, BRENDON J. .............................. RACHAR, PAUL R. ....................................... RADOM, EVAN M. ........................................ RAPITTA, JEFF J. ........................................ RATHWELL, MARK A. .................................. RATZLAFF, RAYMOND J. ............................ RAYNER, KERRY B. .................................... RAZBAN, BEHROOZ ..................................... READ, CONRAD D. ...................................... REAUME, DEAN H. ...................................... REDMAN, DAVID R. ..................................... REED, LANCE B. .......................................... REICH, CLAY ................................................ REINE, MARK E. .......................................... REISS, LANCE E. ......................................... REMPEL, BRUCE G. .................................... RETZLAFF, HAROLD B. ............................... RICHARDS, LOUANNE G. ........................... RICHARDS, RODNEY J. .............................. RICHARDSON, CURTIS S. .......................... RICHARDSON, MELDAN H. ......................... RICHARDSON, NEIL ..................................... RICHE, ROBIN N. ......................................... RITHALER, DAVID ........................................ RITTHALER, P. KIM ...................................... RITTHALER, SUSANNE J. ........................... RIVETT, GLEN J. .......................................... ROBERTS, GARRETT L. .............................. ROBILLARD, MARTY .................................... ROBINSON, REG W. .................................... RODYCH, OREST B. .................................... ROGERS, KEVIN........................................... ROGERS, RICHARD E. ................................ ROGOSCHEWSKY, GREGORY J. ............... ROSE, CODY A. ........................................... ROSE, JUDE M. ........................................... ROSENAU, BEVERLEY A. ........................... ROSS, DOUGLAS ALLEN ............................. ROSVOLD, STEVEN ..................................... ROUFAIL, ADEL KAMAL ............................... ROY, KEVIN .................................................. RUF, JAMES C. ............................................ RUSHKEWICH, MICHAEL J. ........................ RUZESKY, ANDREW R. ............................... SABASCH, RODERIC J. ............................... SADLER, HERROL ........................................ SAGAN, GARY E. ......................................... SALIFU, AZIZ ................................................ SAND, JOHN H. ............................................ SANDERSON, TAYLER L. ............................ SANDESKI, TRAVIS O. ................................ SANDHERR, RICHARD H. ........................... SANDNESS, CORY L. .................................. SARIC, GORAN ............................................. SATHER, LANDIS CRAIG ............................. SAULTEAUX, FRANK L. ............................... SAUNDERS, RANDY E. ............................... SAVARD, KEVIN ........................................... SAWATZKY, ROGER J. ................................ SAYERS, JOSH V. H. ................................... SAYERS, RICHARD H. ................................. SCHAFER, JODY M. .................................... SCHARFENBERG, JEFF W. ......................... SCHERGER, ROBERT .................................. SCHINDELKA, SHEILA ................................. SCHINDLER, RODNEY B. ............................ SCHLEKEWY, JAMES A. ............................. SCHLICHEMEYER, DUANE R. .................... SCHLOSSER, DEAN M. ............................... SCHLOSSER, SCOTT R. ............................. SCHNEIDER, DARREN KEITH...................... SCHWARTZ, ROBERT B. ............................. SCHWINGENSCHLOEGL, PAUL J. ..............

60,537 56,769 68,979 63,279 110,376 52,146 61,657 70,018 86,268 71,088 79,410 102,541 59,614 61,872 66,705 51,208 60,103 67,547 110,730 110,730 67,650 105,187 60,195 57,932 100,758 60,208 115,551 65,215 68,159 63,671 92,154 62,072 64,812 71,011 58,861 58,495 57,727 52,234 62,737 63,208 102,975 64,994 89,892 60,301 65,605 61,898 61,852 50,307 100,011 53,472 65,814 57,197 65,676 79,698 65,474 61,576 121,173 70,373 54,343 54,686 73,487 56,033 65,627 79,410 63,708 72,369 67,760 94,697 50,168 52,313 65,462 57,786 63,193 65,150 108,281 56,203

Public Accounts, 2014-15 SCOTT, ROBBYN R. .................................... SCRABA, BRANDEE L. ................................ SCRIVEN, CAREY R. ................................... SEAMAN, LLOYD JOHN ............................... SEGBERG, JORY S. .................................... SEGBERG, TERRY E. .................................. SEHDEV, MADAN ......................................... SEIB, DUSTIN D. .......................................... SEIBERT, KIRK W. ....................................... SEIME, SANDRA P. ..................................... SELBY, EVERETT J. .................................... SELBY, MURRAY F. ..................................... SEMCHUK, ROSANN P. .............................. SENGA, JASON S. ....................................... SERSON, DOUGLAS W. .............................. SHAHEEN, STEPHEN A. ............................. SHAW, WILLIAM G. ..................................... SHAY, TRAVIS D. ........................................ SHEREMATA, ALLAN J. .............................. SHERMAN, BRYAN JOEL ............................. SHEWCHUK, MARK ..................................... SHINDLE, SHEILA D. ................................... SHRESTHA, SHIVA KUMAR ......................... SIWY, YOSEF A. .......................................... SKAVLEBO, GORDON R. ............................ SKOROPATA, DEL A. .................................. SLATER, SHELLY ......................................... SMITH, DAVID CHARLES ............................. SMITH, IAN ................................................... SMITH, LESLIE C. ........................................ SMITH, MICHAEL D. .................................... SOLEYMANI, HAMID R. ............................... SOLOMKO, DAVID M. .................................. SONG, SHITAO............................................. SPAK, EDWARD JOHN................................. SPARKS, DAVID E. ...................................... SPRINGETT, GUY W. .................................. SRAYBASH, DALE S. ................................... STACEY, WILLIAM E. .................................. STALKER, MURRAY D. ............................... STAMATINOS, GEORGE .............................. STANGER, JEFFREY A. .............................. STANLEY, JAMES ........................................ STAPLETON, JOHN H. WAYNE ................... STATCHUK, SHANE L. ................................ STEARNS, DAVID K. .................................... STECYK, CHRISTOPHER G. M. .................. STEINLEY, LOEL B. ..................................... STEPHENSON, MATTHEW J. C. ................. STEVENS, JOSHUA C. ................................ STEWART, ELGAN A. .................................. STEWART, KURT G...................................... STEWART, RICHARD VERNON ................... STOBBS, PHILIP J. ...................................... STOKKE, GARETT S. .................................. STOREY, TERRANCE A. ............................. STRAF, BRENT T. ........................................ STRAUS, ANNETTE ..................................... STREIBEL, DEBBIE A. ................................. STREITLE, BAILEY MARIE ........................... STROO, PAUL .............................................. STYLES, EDWIN H. ..................................... SUNKAWASTI, SHAWN LEIRD..................... SWITUCKA, ARETA ...................................... SZAROZ, GERALD J. ................................... SZELES, MICHAEL EDWARD ...................... TAGSETH, CINDY......................................... TARAFDER, RASHED................................... TARGERSON, CATHERINE L. ..................... TAYLOR, GLEN R. ....................................... TENNAKOON, MAHINSASA VIRANGA ........ TERNES, ALVIN M. ...................................... TERNES, BRENT R. ..................................... THEISE, BRIAN DAVID ................................. THINGVOLD, KELLY J. ................................ THOMPSON, BRODIE M. .............................

Highways and Infrastructure 66,340 57,155 63,474 59,037 65,202 99,195 72,362 57,653 63,029 71,473 61,857 51,481 133,830 82,455 51,662 74,711 57,898 74,259 67,549 51,967 87,807 64,667 81,768 80,079 69,158 56,310 74,985 115,695 87,724 78,065 97,827 100,758 102,444 72,012 79,094 50,173 68,540 68,837 84,983 61,729 120,153 95,787 64,737 58,526 70,003 133,320 60,468 60,332 81,596 59,361 100,758 68,020 61,829 97,804 64,391 98,457 63,908 60,228 52,164 55,557 71,636 57,808 56,198 81,183 57,801 61,892 85,002 73,548 66,116 56,173 85,962 79,760 71,942 100,758 70,195 75,439

THOMPSON, DONALD A. ............................ THOMSON, ASHLEY D. ............................... THUE, BRENT W. ......................................... TICAS, LAURA G. ......................................... TILLIE, JAMES H. ......................................... TIMM, ESTATE OF DANNY C. ..................... TINKER, STEVEN MATTHEW ....................... TIPPE, WILLIAM W. ...................................... TIVY, SCOTT M. ........................................... TOFTE, BARB L. ........................................... TOOTHILL, LEONARD J. .............................. TORGUNRUD, LESLIE V. ............................. TOURNIER, KEN R. ...................................... TOURNIER, MARK ........................................ TOUTSAINT, DANNY S. ............................... TOY, GARY A. .............................................. TOY, VANESSA J. ........................................ TRAYHORNE, VICTOR H. ............................ TRENAMAN, JOHN B. .................................. TRENAMAN, WILLIAM J. .............................. TRESEK, ANDREA M. .................................. TRUDEL, COLIN R. ...................................... TUBBSUM, MUHAMMAD .............................. TUMAK, CRYSTAL ANN ................................ USMAN, AMANULLAH .................................. VAN BUSKIRK, CRAIG D. ............................ VANGHEL, GLEN K. ..................................... VERBEURGT, STEVEN................................. VILLENEUVE, WILLIAM J. ............................ VOLLET, DON ............................................... VOSSLER, NOLAN B. ................................... WADDELL, JIM THOMAS .............................. WAGAR, BLAIR RONALD.............................. WAGNER, COREY A. ................................... WAGNER, GEORG LEO ................................ WAGNER, MICHAEL TODD .......................... WAGNER, ROBERT D. ................................. WAGNER, ROD J. ........................................ WAKABAYASHI, DOUGLAS .......................... WALLINGTON, ANTHONY C. ....................... WALLIS, MICHAEL R. ................................... WALTON, LANCE A. ..................................... WANDLER, RICHARD A. .............................. WASYLYNIUK, MARCEL D. ......................... WASYLYNIUK, MICHAEL L. ......................... WATSON, BLAIR J. ...................................... WATSON, CHRIS J. A. ................................. WATSON, DAVID A. ..................................... WATSON, TREVOR D. E. ............................. WELESKI, MIKE M. ....................................... WELLS, LEE C. ............................................. WENAAS, MARTIN G. .................................. WENGEL, KIM L. .......................................... WERMINSKY, DAN E. .................................. WHITEMAN, GRANT A. ................................ WHITFORD, KURT E. ................................... WHITTLETON, MURRAY H. ......................... WICK, CARL A. ............................................. WICKENHEISER, GAIL A. ............................ WILCHOWY, ALAN M. .................................. WILLIS, FREDERICK RORY .......................... WILLS, GREG M. .......................................... WILSON, CURTIS C. .................................... WINDIGO, ALBERT M. ................................. WINDIGO, RUSSELL S. ................................ WINGERT, JENNIFER L. .............................. WITTIG, GREGORY LLOYD .......................... WIWCHARUK, PAUL ..................................... WOODWARD, GERALD L. ........................... WOODWARD, LLOYD ELWIN ....................... WOSMINITY, KEN P. .................................... WOSMINITY, KORRY K. ............................... WRIGHT, MAUREEN W. ............................... WU, XIANGYOU ............................................ YACYSHYN, DWIGHT D. T. ......................... YAKIMOSKI, GLEN P. ..................................

143 70,453 60,962 103,323 52,811 72,373 86,542 51,588 65,066 100,140 109,650 55,943 56,787 61,554 68,070 87,469 63,270 82,839 61,892 71,666 73,016 99,924 70,925 86,012 51,862 74,406 100,254 57,692 59,319 59,549 63,101 61,416 70,542 201,551 57,328 62,990 64,186 94,898 56,154 119,553 68,385 64,844 64,857 64,628 67,497 60,679 75,550 53,398 55,469 59,795 57,851 64,050 55,213 64,951 70,617 65,492 76,070 64,102 62,271 53,619 92,636 100,296 68,077 60,152 81,317 51,683 58,088 62,777 65,219 97,944 61,925 62,890 88,111 58,518 74,985 65,623 59,395

144 YANKOW, PETER......................................... YASINOWSKI, OREST DAVID ...................... YATCYSHYN, CURTIS S. ............................ YEA, HOWARD ............................................. YELLE, OMER ANTHONY ............................ YEOMANS, MARK S. ................................... YORK, BRIAN A. .......................................... YOUNG, LARRY J. ....................................... YOUNG, NORM L. ....................................... YOUSUF, MD ................................................ YULE, AMY L. .............................................. YUZICAPI, MYLES ........................................ ZACHARIAS, ERNEST.................................. ZACHARIAS, REGAN W. ............................. ZACHARIAS, RYAN J. ................................. ZERESENAI, MICHAEL T. ........................... ZERR, JOSEPH C. ....................................... ZIELKE, COLLEEN ....................................... ZILKIE, DAVID DARREL ............................... ZILKIE, QUINN .............................................. ZIMMER, PAULA........................................... ZSOMBOR, EDGAR D. ................................ ZUCHOTZKI, LAURA L. ............................... ZULAK, MURRAY V. ....................................

Highways and Infrastructure 96,774 57,533 62,792 124,452 76,990 60,828 56,171 121,173 58,235 83,196 70,965 55,851 67,246 51,426 51,184 62,941 64,250 50,168 92,466 60,851 53,957 114,823 54,379 100,758

Allowances for Members with Additional Duties HEPPNER, NANCY J. .................................. $ MCMORRIS, DONALD G. ............................

39,582 8,616

Transfers Listed, by program, are transfers to recipients who received $50,000 or more.

Strategic Municipal Infrastructure (HI15) Municipal Roads Strategy SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF RURAL MUNICIPALITIES ......................... $

25,500,000

Strategic Partnership Program R.M. OF CORMAN PARK NO. 344 ............... $ R.M. OF RIVERSIDE NO. 168....................... R.M. OF ST. LOUIS NO. 431.........................

1,658,261 67,890 320,000

Urban Connectors ESTEVAN, CITY OF...................................... $ HUMBOLDT, CITY OF .................................. LLOYDMINSTER, CITY OF ........................... MELFORT, CITY OF ..................................... NORTH BATTLEFORD, CITY OF ................. PRINCE ALBERT, CITY OF .......................... REGINA, CITY OF......................................... SASKATOON, CITY OF ................................ SWIFT CURRENT, CITY OF ......................... WEYBURN, CITY OF .................................... YORKTON, CITY OF .....................................

71,589 369,256 57,148 144,980 324,531 1,398,827 1,308,809 1,797,431 98,379 51,967 1,660,360

Public Accounts, 2014-15

Community Airport Partnership Program CARLYLE, TOWN OF .................................... $ KIPLING, TOWN OF ...................................... NORTH BATTLEFORD, CITY OF .................. R.M. OF SNIPE LAKE NO. 259...................... SHELLBROOK, TOWN OF ............................

95,000 62,338 70,617 123,450 99,390

Preservation of Transportation System (HI04) Regional Services SASKBUILDS CORPORATION ..................... $

1,680,000

Goods and Services Minister's Travel HEPPNER, NANCY J. .................................. $ MCMORRIS, DONALD G. .............................

6,622 4,262

Goods and Services Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for the provision of goods and services, including travel, office supplies, communications, contracts, and equipment. 101099449 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ............. $ 101116402 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ............. 101186505 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ............. A.F.C. AND SERVICE.................................... ACADIA CONSTRUCTION ............................ ACP APPLIED PRODUCTS........................... ALLNORTH CONSULTANTS LTD. ............... AMBERTEC LTD. ......................................... AMEC FOSTER WHEELER ENVIRONMENT & INFRASTRUCTURE .................................. ANDREWS, MYRON ..................................... ARMTEC LIMITED PARTNERSHIP ............... ARNOLD'S SAND & GRAVEL LTD. .............. ASL PAVING LTD. ........................................ ASSOCIATED ENGINEERING (SASK) LTD. .......................................................... AW TRUCKING ............................................. B & B ASPHALT LTD. ................................... B. C. MINISTER OF FINANCE....................... B.R. CONCRETE & EXCAVATIONS LTD. .......................................................... BAERG, BART ............................................... BANDIT OILFIELD HAULING INC. ............... BARRICADES SIGNS.................................... BDI CANADA INC. ........................................ BEDECS READY MIX LTD. .......................... BF REID CONTRACTING LTD. .................... BIG BEAR CONTRACTING ........................... BIG ROCK TRUCKING LTD. ........................ BIG SKY RAIL ............................................... BLUEWAVE ENERGY ................................... BMO PURCHASE CARDS-HIGHWAYS & INFRASTRUCTURE .................................. BMTR VENTURES LTD. ............................... BOIRE TRUCKING LTD. ............................... BORYSIUK CONTRACTING ......................... BRANDER ENTERPRISES ........................... BRANDT TRACTOR LTD. ............................

192,860 153,370 1,115,506 75,210 517,533 854,315 417,745 630,761 195,205 489,045 329,937 68,261 1,713,986 563,652 63,185 1,007,454 105,273 323,914 166,519 73,010 54,591 66,723 83,622 161,040 175,500 429,867 331,315 385,186 19,427,080 422,715 164,273 142,500 89,096 264,506

Public Accounts, 2014-15 BRAZIER, GLEN ........................................... BROCK WHITE CANADA COMPANY ........... BROWN COMMUNICATIONS GROUP INC. .......................................................... BROWN, HENRY .......................................... BROWNS LANDSCAPING & LEVELING LTD. .......................................................... BRYDEN CONSTRUCTION & TRANSPORT CO. INC. ............................ BUFFALO RIVER DENE NATION ................. BUTT & TOP CONTRACTING LTD. ............. C. D. BOTKIN CONSTRUCTION LTD. ......... C. DUNCAN CONSTRUCTION LTD. ............ CAN TRAFFIC SERVICES LTD. ................... CANADA CULVERT ...................................... CANADIAN NATIONAL RAILWAY CO. ........ CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO. ............ CARMACKS ENTERPRISES LTD. ............... CENTRAL ASPHALT & PAVING LTD. .......... CF ASPHALT ................................................ CHARTIER'S TRUCKING LTD. .................... CHUPA TRUCKING & EXCAVATING LTD. .......................................................... CLEARTECH INDUSTRIES INC. .................. CLIFTON ASSOCIATES LTD. ...................... CLUNIE CONSULTING ENGINEERS............ COCKBURN CONSTRUCTION LTD. ........... COLASPHALT ............................................... COMMERCIAL TRUCK EQUIPMENT CO. ... CON ALEXANDER TRUCKING LTD. ........... CUMBERLAND RENTALS ............................ CYPRESS PAVING (1976) LTD. .................. D & M KLASSEN CONTRACTING INC. ....... D & R CONTRACTING LTD. ........................ D SHAW TRUCKING ..................................... D.C. NORTH CONTRACTING LTD. ............. DALLEN INDUSTRIES .................................. DEE JACKS CUSTOM METAL & WELDING .................................................. DELTA AGGREGATES ................................. DG INDUSTRIAL LTD. ................................. DMYTERKO ENTERPRISES LTD. ............... DOMO GASOLINE CORPORATION LTD. .... DON WEHAGE & SONS TRUCKING & EXCAVATING LTD. .................................. DYMARK INDUSTRIES INC. ........................ E.G. SERVICES LTD. ................................... ECON SERVICES LTD. ................................ EL JAY CONSULTING .................................. ENNIS PAINT INC. ....................................... FAULKNER CONTRACTING LTD. ............... FEDERATED CO-OPERATIVES LIMITED .... FEDOROWICH CONSTRUCTION LTD. ....... FER-MARC EQUIPMENT LTD. .................... FERN, RAYMOND......................................... FINN CONSTRUCTION................................. FOCUS CORPORATION LTD. ..................... FORT DISTRIBUTORS LTD. ........................ FRONTIER CONSTRUCTION PRODUCTS LTD. .......................................................... G & C ASPHALT LTD. .................................. GANAWA COMPANY INC. ........................... GEE BEE CONSTRUCTION CO. LTD. ......... GL LANDSCAPES ......................................... GOLDER ASSOCIATES LTD. ...................... GOODYEAR CANADA INC. ......................... GRAINGER'S EXCAVATING LTD. ............... GRASLEY, HAROLD ..................................... GUARDIAN TRAFFIC SERVICES LTD. ....... H.J.R ASPHALT PARTNERSHIP .................. HANSEN, CLAUDE A. .................................. HATCHET LAKE DEVELOPMENT LTD. PARTNERSHIP-101141132 SASK. LTD. .............................................. HAY GROUP LTD. ....................................... HDR CORPORATION ...................................

Highways and Infrastructure 57,685 1,029,146 383,601 203,080 111,850 92,596 97,125 147,121 126,049 535,112 60,000 208,840 482,615 403,212 60,000 630,744 66,330 76,160 118,832 95,465 1,162,239 273,590 235,929 1,465,277 55,103 56,053 139,995 621,045 614,960 135,815 83,138 1,494,184 145,613 118,769 59,943 64,954 60,693 69,757 442,264 117,322 69,033 83,154 51,197 4,576,143 286,897 6,937,387 4,145,620 256,943 91,645 572,057 148,083 177,687 87,658 1,362,104 98,350 835,578 114,734 961,166 87,727 69,627 60,475 111,024 10,636,392 71,540 699,361 59,960 243,699

HERB'S LANDSCAPING & GRAVEL ............. HIGHLINE ELECTRIC P.A. LTD. .................. HOBAN EQUIPMENT LTD. ........................... HOKSBERGEN, MORLEY ............................. HUGH MUNRO CONSTRUCTION LTD. ....... HUSKY OIL LTD. .......................................... ILES ELECTRIC LTD. ................................... IMPERIAL OIL................................................ IN-LINE CONTRACTING LTD. ...................... INDUSTRIAL SCALE LTD. ............................ INNOVATIVE CIVIL CONSTRUCTORS INC. ........................................................... INTERNATIONAL ROAD DYNAMICS INC. ........................................................... J & H CUSTOM MOWING.............................. JACKSON BROS. BOBCAT SERVICES ........ JADE EQUIPMENT CO. LTD. ....................... KAMP, THEODORE LOUIS ........................... KAYWAY INDUSTRIES ................................. KILGOUR CONSTRUCTION ......................... KIRSCH CONSTRUCTION (2008) LTD. ....... KLOCKOW, GARTH ...................................... KRAMER LTD. .............................................. KROW'S NEST INN ....................................... L & G CRUSHING CORP. ............................. LAC LA RONGE INDIAN BAND NO. 219...................................................... LANGENBURG REDI MIX LTD. .................... LEASON, LORNE .......................................... LEN'S OILFIELD CONSULTANTS CORP. ....................................................... LEN'S TRUCKING LTD. ................................ LIGHTNING HYDROVAC LTD. ..................... LOHR, MONA & LOHR, RANDY & LOHR, SHAN ............................................. LONESOME PRAIRIE SAND & GRAVEL LP .............................................................. LONESTAR OILFIELD CONTRACTING LTD. .......................................................... LONONA CONTRACTING LIMITED .............. MAJIC ENVIRONMENTAL LTD. ................... MALACO HOLDINGS INC. ........................... MALBEUF CONSTRUCTION ......................... MCASPHALT INDUSTRIES LTD. ................. MCINTYRE CONSTRUCTION INC. .............. MCL RENTALS LTD. .................................... MCNAIR BUSINESS DEVELOPMENT INC. ........................................................... MDH ENGINEERED SOLUTIONS CORP. .... METHY CONSTRUCTION & MAINTENANCE CORP. ............................ MILLSAP FUEL DISTRIBUTORS LTD. ......... MINISTER OF FINANCE OF MANITOBA ...... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF CENTRAL SERVICES .......................... MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF FINANCE ............................................. MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF GOVERNMENT RELATIONS ............... MINISTER OF FINANCE-PUBLIC SERVICE COMMISSION ........................... MINTY'S MOVING LTD. ................................ MMM GROUP ................................................ MOBILE PAVING LTD. ................................. MOCON CONSTRUCTION LTD. .................. MOODY'S EQUIPMENT LTD. ....................... MOOSE JAW REFINERY PARTNERSHIP .... MORSKY CONSTRUCTION LTD. ................ MOXHAM FARMS LTD. ................................ NADROK VENTURES INC. .......................... NEILSON TRUCKING LTD. .......................... NELSON, DOUGLAS L. ................................ NORTHEAST CONTRACTING LTD. ............. NORTHERN STRANDS CO. LTD. ................ NSC MINERALS LTD. ................................... OGLE CONSTRUCTION LTD. ......................

145 150,454 326,448 3,961,427 87,093 616,210 8,385,363 136,669 263,105 275,710 97,452 476,240 320,662 348,006 94,450 55,347 167,200 2,407,725 72,121 2,354,666 66,629 258,671 116,000 2,288,284 187,067 3,819,190 561,465 119,286 1,085,608 69,920 231,472 2,035,241 108,678 2,658,777 589,759 862,413 83,050 2,787,627 81,340 88,905 165,475 101,901 86,500 67,404 150,336 23,494,845 282,859 172,724 64,351 340,000 119,330 67,724 1,109,945 111,051 455,413 1,096,557 80,258 62,175 131,425 238,572 78,795 104,277 6,655,705 420,203

146 OUTBACK RENEWAL LTD. ......................... OXFORD INC. .............................................. P.R. SERVICE PARTNERSHIP ..................... PALLISER AGGREGATES LTD. .................. PAUL TENDLER TRUCKING INC. ............... PAVEMENT SCIENTIFIC INTERNATIONAL INC. ............................. PETER CRUSHING & HAULING LTD. ......... PHIL'S OILFIELD CONTRACTING INC. .......................................................... PINEHOUSE BUSINESS NORTH LP ............ POINTS NORTH FREIGHT FORWARDING LP .................................... POTTERS CANADA ...................................... POTZUS PAVING & ROAD MAINTENANCE LTD. ............................... PRECISION VEGETATION MANAGEMENT ......................................... QC QUARRY CONTRACTING LTD. ............ QUALITY PAVEMENT REPAIR..................... R & A CONSTRUCTION ............................... R.M. OF ANTELOPE PARK NO. 322 ............ R.M. OF CALDER NO. 241 ........................... R.M. OF CHURCHBRIDGE NO. 211 ............. R.M. OF CLAYTON NO. 333 ......................... R.M. OF ELMSTHORPE NO. 100 ................. R.M. OF ENTERPRISE NO. 142 ................... R.M. OF FERTILE VALLEY NO. 285 ............. R.M. OF INVERGORDON NO. 430 ............... R.M. OF LACADENA NO. 228....................... R.M. OF LEROY NO. 339.............................. R.M. OF MILTON NO. 292 ............................ R.M. OF ROCANVILLE NO. 151 ................... R.M. OF ST. LOUIS NO. 431......................... R.M. OF THREE LAKES NO. 400 ................. R.M. OF TRAMPING LAKE NO. 380 ............. RANDY LUCAS TRUCKING LTD. ................ REDHEAD EQUIPMENT LTD. ..................... RITCHIE CONSTRUCTION LTD. ................. RITE-WAY FENCING (2000) INC. ................ ROADWAY P.C. HOLDINGS LTD. ............... ROBERT DYCK TRUCKING ......................... RON PEDERSEN ENTERPRISES LTD. ...... RON'S CONTRACTING LTD. ....................... SASKATCHEWAN GOVERNMENT INSURANCE ............................................. SASKATCHEWAN RESEARCH COUNCIL ... SASKATOON CUSTOM POWDER COATING .................................................. SASKCON REPAIR SERVICES LTD. .......... SASKPOWER CORPORATION .................... SASKTEL ...................................................... SCOTT'S GENERAL STORE ........................ SD CONTRACTING LTD. ............................. SEL WARWICK INC. .................................... SHELL CANADA PRODUCTS ...................... SIGNAL INDUSTRIES 1998 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ........................... SILVER DIRTWORKS ................................... SITE MANAGEMENT SERVICES REGINA INC. ............................................ SKYLIGHT TRUCKING ................................. SLABMASTER LTD. ..................................... SNC LAVALIN INC. ...................................... SNC-LAVALIN ENVIRONMENTAL................ SOURIS VALLEY PAVING ............................ SOUTH ROCK LTD. ..................................... SOUTHEY, TOWN OF .................................. STANTEC CONSULTING LTD. .................... SUNCOR ENERGY PRODUCTS PARTNERSHIP ......................................... TELENIUM .................................................... TENDLER TRUCKING INC. ......................... TETRA TECH EBA ........................................ TETRA TECH WEI INC. ............................... TIGER CALCIUM SERVICES INC. ...............

Highways and Infrastructure 102,651 144,840 103,753 1,829,143 337,753 293,265 1,053,374 67,714 712,876 92,929 712,136 2,609,524 505,174 370,967 316,195 158,112 165,995 96,965 240,480 70,725 247,200 67,025 79,926 77,174 55,000 52,908 106,098 54,398 138,493 53,550 157,964 60,387 874,428 356,378 102,976 193,548 99,625 102,715 98,641 942,070 60,000 79,433 81,067 1,150,745 101,569 82,753 69,820 64,714 93,065 593,091 451,373 207,316 59,680 86,374 60,490 143,466 577,938 2,949,528 63,855 402,134 271,665 109,460 67,960 2,820,953 79,780 2,138,523

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TITAN SERVICES ......................................... TRIOD SUPPLY (2011) LTD. ........................ TRIPLE R CONTRACTING LTD. .................. UNITED PAVING (1983) LTD. ...................... UNIVAR CANADA LTD. ................................ UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ............. VEMAX MANAGEMENT INC. ....................... VENTURE CONSTRUCTION INC. ............... VERMETTE TRUCKING & WOOD PRESERVERS LTD. ................................. W & V BACKHOE SERVICES LTD. .............. W. F. BOTKIN CONSTRUCTION LTD. ......... W. F. BOTKIN GRAVEL LTD. ....................... WALLACE CONSTRUCTION SPECIALTIES LTD. .................................. WALLACE CREEK WATERSHED ASSOC. .................................................... WASDEN, DALE ............................................ WELCO LUMBER CORP. ............................. WEST-CAN SEAL COATING INC. ................ WESTERN ASPHALT PRODUCTS ............... WESTERN TRANSPORTATION ADVISORY COUNCIL................................ WESTRIDGE CONSTRUCTION LTD. .......... WEYBURN, CITY OF..................................... WEYERHAEUSER COMPANY LIMITED ....... WIEBE MOVERS LTD. ................................. WINACOTT GROUP ...................................... WINGERT CONSTRUCTION LTD. ............... WRM ENTERPRISES LTD. .......................... WSP CANADA INC. ......................................

207,010 1,108,982 3,046,383 2,344,790 104,359 83,245 96,228 1,414,778 314,900 87,942 2,281,790 462,689 95,837 200,000 95,245 199,671 5,563,421 556,602 51,420 101,147 94,769 167,045 94,440 80,338 325,565 64,938 208,647

Internal Recoveries Listed are internal recoveries from ministries of $50,000 or more for the provision of shared services. MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF CENTRAL SERVICES ......................... $

(130,000)

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Preservation of the Transportation System and Infrastructure Capital Preservation includes: Preservation of Transportation System - Surface Preservation (Vote 16, Subvote HI04) Infrastructure Capital includes: Infrastructure Rehabilitation and Infrastructure Enhancement (Vote 16, Subvote HI08); Infrastructure Enhancement (Vote17, Subvote HC02). Preservation of the transportation system and infrastructure capital are reported by highway number where amounts equal or exceed $250,000. The total for each highway includes amounts for adjacent roadway facilities: • community and industrial access roads • service roads (Vote 16 & 17) (Vote 16) Infrastructure Highway No. Preservation Capital 1 ................................................................................................................................................... $ 8,792,396 $ 40,775,895 2 ................................................................................................................................................... 7,299,639 24,522,441 3 ................................................................................................................................................... 3,607,512 5,209,563 4 ................................................................................................................................................... 4,622,539 3,279,481 5 ................................................................................................................................................... 5,012,900 15,230,754 6 ................................................................................................................................................... 4,703,617 8,141,819 7 ................................................................................................................................................... 694,989 8,499,520 8 ................................................................................................................................................... 1,680,815 3,372,949 9 ................................................................................................................................................... 4,711,982 7,981,497 10 ................................................................................................................................................. 1,536,279 7,583,350 11 ................................................................................................................................................. 2,746,837 14,242,155 12 ................................................................................................................................................. 2,310,431 2,984,579 13 ................................................................................................................................................. 4,126,354 3,967,808 14 ................................................................................................................................................. 2,906,213 2,371,730 15 ................................................................................................................................................. 3,820,928 8,150,468 16 ................................................................................................................................................. 3,572,594 31,142,218 17 ................................................................................................................................................. 1,172,513 …….. 18 ................................................................................................................................................. 4,677,171 3,430,012 19 ................................................................................................................................................. 1,445,605 698,963 20 ................................................................................................................................................. 2,700,923 2,708,603 21 ................................................................................................................................................. 2,942,566 2,711,466 22 ................................................................................................................................................. 1,386,299 7,664,182 23 ................................................................................................................................................. 1,571,540 2,135,243 24 ................................................................................................................................................. 2,163,730 …….. 25 ................................................................................................................................................. 1,039,070 1,573,036 26 ................................................................................................................................................. 1,410,772 4,024,063 27 ................................................................................................................................................. …….. 3,368,755 28 ................................................................................................................................................. 269,372 …….. 29 ................................................................................................................................................. 307,063 …….. 30 ................................................................................................................................................. 385,194 …….. 31 ................................................................................................................................................. 1,060,307 514,932 32 ................................................................................................................................................. 527,841 …….. 33 ................................................................................................................................................. 534,915 802,313 34 ................................................................................................................................................. 660,174 …….. 35 ................................................................................................................................................. 4,277,387 3,379,927 36 ................................................................................................................................................. 944,367 …….. 37 ................................................................................................................................................. 1,018,617 …….. 38 ................................................................................................................................................. 295,165 …….. 39 ................................................................................................................................................. 910,524 26,124,396 40 ................................................................................................................................................. 1,079,333 6,565,107 41 ................................................................................................................................................. 577,345 1,630,125 42 ................................................................................................................................................. 1,734,472 6,559,425 43 ................................................................................................................................................. 949,578 6,622,447 44 ................................................................................................................................................. 2,253,925 258,440 45 ................................................................................................................................................. 1,008,114 …….. 46 ................................................................................................................................................. …….. 4,632,739 47 ................................................................................................................................................. 1,197,415 4,806,912 48 ................................................................................................................................................. 1,279,184 3,326,756 49 ................................................................................................................................................. 911,730 …….. 50 ................................................................................................................................................. 338,047 …….. 51 ................................................................................................................................................. 1,690,873 15,374,806 54 ................................................................................................................................................. 443,015 …….. 55 ................................................................................................................................................. 4,449,326 15,687,048 56 ................................................................................................................................................. 470,697 1,143,542 58 ................................................................................................................................................. 1,434,021 7,423,788 61 ................................................................................................................................................. 446,229 7,126,915 63 ................................................................................................................................................. 1,560,874 2,827,610 65 ................................................................................................................................................. 1,627,245 …….. 67 ................................................................................................................................................. 316,103 …….. 68 ................................................................................................................................................. 366,816 ……..

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69 ................................................................................................................................................. 251,227 71 ................................................................................................................................................. 291,536 74 ................................................................................................................................................. 387,609 76 ................................................................................................................................................. 534,212 78 ................................................................................................................................................. 524,360 80 ................................................................................................................................................. 340,566 106 ............................................................................................................................................... …….. 114 ............................................................................................................................................... …….. 123 ............................................................................................................................................... …….. 165 ............................................................................................................................................... …….. 219 ............................................................................................................................................... …….. 229 ............................................................................................................................................... …….. 376 ............................................................................................................................................... 761,763 909 ............................................................................................................................................... …….. 920 ............................................................................................................................................... …….. Other HWYS ................................................................................................................................ 2,275,031 Total Highways Allocated ............................................................................................................. $123,347,788 Amounts not allocated to Specific Highways Aggregate Inventory ..................................................................................................................... $ 2,109,271 Emergency Measures ................................................................................................................... 18,913,283 Ferries .......................................................................................................................................... 492,790 Unallocated Preservation and General Services ........................................................................... (234,499) Total Preservation and Infrastructure Capital $144,135,843

…….. …….. …….. …….. …….. …….. 864,825 1,220,589 746,337 366,416 629,542 1,108,881 …….. 2,540,277 697,878 2,441,716 $ 341,194,238 $

…….. …….. …….. 38,367,047 $ 380,054,074

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Innovation Saskatchewan

Innovation Saskatchewan (Vote 84) Innovation Saskatchewan is the central agency of the Government of Saskatchewan with responsibility for implementing Saskatchewan’s innovation priorities. Innovation Saskatchewan coordinates the strategic direction of the government’s research and development and science and technology expenditures; provides advice on science and technology policy; coordinates the establishment and maintenance of science, research and development infrastructure; and provides advice and recommendations on research, development, demonstration, and the commercialization of new technologies and innovative processes in Saskatchewan.

Innovation Saskatchewan (Subvote IS01) Objective To provide operating and program funding to support the Innovation Saskatchewan mandate.

Transfers All expenses from this vote were transfers to Innovation Saskatchewan.

Innovation Saskatchewan (IS01) Operations ............................................. $

2,320,000

Programs ...............................................

9,270,000

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Justice (Vote 3) The Ministry provides a fair justice system that upholds the law and protects the rights of all individuals in Saskatchewan; promotes safe and secure communities; provides supervision and rehabilitation services for adult and young offenders; and provides legal and justice policy advice to government. The Ministry achieves this by providing access to justice; promoting respect for and understanding of the law; providing programs and services to promote positive outcomes for citizens; working collaboratively with communities and other human service ministries to advance the safety and security of Saskatchewan citizens; and maintaining the legal foundation to foster social cohesion and economic prosperity.

Central Management and Services (Subvote JU01) Objective To provide executive direction and centrally-managed services in the areas of finance, strategic planning, enterprise projects, information management and other administrative services that include accommodations to the Ministry and associated boards and commissions. Program Delivery In addition to providing funding to operate the Ministers’ and Deputy Ministers’ offices, this program provides the following services: strategic planning, budget preparation, revenue and expenditure processing and accounting, financial management advice, internal audit, risk management, mail services and accommodation; manages the agreement with the Ministry of Central Services for the delivery of IT services; supports branches in the development and implementation of information technology and information management plans and initiatives.

Courts and Civil Justice (Subvote JU03) Objective To provide judicial and operational support to the court system, including enforcement of maintenance orders and other family justice services. It also provides dispute resolution services and protects the interests of people who do not have the capacity to manage their own financial affairs. Program Delivery Court Services is responsible for all aspects of court administration, including reporting/recording court proceedings and ensuring the provision of court security/sheriff services to all courts in the province (the Provincial Court; the Court of Queen's Bench and the Court of Appeal). It also administers Commissioner of Oaths and Notaries Public. The Branch also acts as the agent for the Attorney General in matters relating to court appointed counsel. The Family Justice Services Branch provides maintenance enforcement and other family justice services to assist parents and children deal with the difficulties of family breakdown. It is also responsible for the fine collection program. In addition, the Branch licenses marriage commissioners. The Dispute Resolution Office provides mediation and facilitation to parties in conflict and also provides technical expertise and training to public sector organizations.

The Office of the Public Guardian and Trustee administers the property and finances of dependent adults, protects the property rights of children and administers the estates of deceased persons where there is no one else to act. The office includes the Counsel for Children program which provides for the appointment of lawyers for children and youth involved in child protection proceedings where needed.

Legal and Policy Services (Subvote JU04) Objective To provide legal services and advice to the Government of Saskatchewan, its ministries and other agencies. Through the Public Prosecutions, service the Ministry represents the interests of the general public in the courts. Through the Queen's Printer, it publishes and distributes legislation, regulations, and other government publications. To provide communications services and provide leadership regarding information access and privacy issues to Executive Government. Program Delivery The Civil Law Division provides a full range of legal services including representing the Crown in civil proceedings brought before the court and tribunals; preparing legal documents such as consulting and personal service agreements, commercial agreements, land transfers, releases, bonds, guarantees, building contracts and assignments; preparing legal opinions and providing legal advice respecting interpretations of legislative provisions, Crown liability as a result of government activities, and civil legal problems arising out of Government programs; participates in policy development for client agencies; and prepares reports for the Minister of Justice and Attorney General and other members of Executive Council. The Public Law Division provides legal and policy advice on constitutional matters, Aboriginal, human rights, and trade law issues; represents the Government in negotiations with Aboriginal groups; represents the Attorney General in civil and criminal proceedings raising Aboriginal, constitutional, human rights and trade law issues; provides legal and policy advice on proposed Acts, regulations and Orders in Council to all ministries and agencies; and, drafts all Bills and regulations. The Office of Public Registry Administration provides oversight, policy direction and quasi-judicial decision making for the Corporate Registry, Land Survey Directory, Land Titles Registry and Personal Property Registry. The Strategic Initiatives and Program Support Branch is an integral part of delivering the Justice innovation agenda which focuses on delivering improved access to justice through faster, citizen-centred dispute resolution. In addition, the Branch provides justice policy/legal analysis, implementation analysis and support for federal legislation affecting the justice system, program development, and program evaluation and analysis, particularly in the areas of family, criminal, youth and Aboriginal issues. It also coordinates intergovernmental and interagency activities for the Ministry in the above areas and provides services as Central Authority for international child abduction for the Province.

152 The Public Prosecutions Division prosecutes all criminal code, young offender and provincial offences in all the courts in the Province and in the Supreme Court of Canada and advises the Minister of Justice and Attorney General on all matters pertaining to the administration of criminal justice in the Province. It provides advice and guidance to municipal and Royal Canadian Mounted Police in matters under investigation and to government agencies regarding health and safety, environmental law, wildlife law, etcetera. It also provides education and training to municipal police and other investigative forces, assists victims of crimes and provides input into the development of policies for victims. The Communications Branch provides a support role for strategic communications planning and delivery for the Ministry. The branch is responsible for developing various written materials, providing advice on communications issues, administering the Ministry’s media relations, event organization and maintaining the intranet. It also works with branches/divisions to build public awareness and support for justice related policies, programs and services. The Access and Privacy Branch provides support to provincial and local government institutions in administering access and privacy legislation such as The Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act and The Local Authority Freedom of Information and Protection of Privacy Act. It provides advice and support to public bodies on access and privacy issues; it develops, delivers and supports access and privacy awareness and training in government and local authorities; it maintains a comprehensive web site for public and government access; it develops tools and instruments such as policies, procedures, guidelines, checklists, etcetera for government and local authorities to help with compliance and consistency of application of the laws. The Queen's Printer Revolving Fund publishes and distributes Acts, regulations, The Saskatchewan Gazette and other government publications to government and nongovernment clients on a cost-recovery basis. The Queen’s Printer also provides free electronic access to all provincial statutes, regulations and other legislative publications through its web site. The Queen’s Printer offers government and other Saskatchewan publications and publishing services through the Saskatchewan Publications Centre.

Community Safety Outcomes (Subvote JU13) Objective To provide evidence based programming using research, innovation and technology towards developing effective models of community safety. The programming incorporates partnerships with community based organizations, ministries and other stakeholder involvement in the delivery of programs that establish safer communities. It is also responsible for privacy oversight and expertise for the Ministry. Program Delivery The program contributes to crime prevention and community safety initiatives through the contracting of prevention and rehabilitation services with local non-profit community organizations and Aboriginal agencies. The majority of programs are delivered locally where community based organizations direct programs to areas of greatest need in the prevention and intervention of criminal activities. The program delivers research, training and program development services that are used strategically within program delivery for the prevention of offending activities. The program also delivers privacy and access expertise and oversight to records management for the Ministry. The

Justice

Public Accounts, 2014-15 Building Partnerships to Reduce Crime program is the province’s strategy directed toward building safer and healthier communities throughout the province by bringing Police and Human Service agencies together to work towards innovative, unique and research-based approaches.

Community Justice (Subvote JU05) Objective To provide community justice programs which respond to the needs of individuals and communities for increased safety and involvement in the provision of justice services. It supports the development of community-based services, offers alternative measures and crime prevention programs, funds the Aboriginal Courtworker program, coordinates Aboriginal and northern justice initiatives, funds community programs which address interpersonal violence and abuse, supports the Public Complaints Commission, provides for coroners' investigations, and provides oversight to the Victim Services Branch. Program Delivery The Community Services Branch coordinates the development of a province-wide restorative justice strategy for adult offenders. It also administers and funds Aboriginal community justice initiatives and funds the Aboriginal Courtworker program. The Interpersonal Violence and Abuse Unit provide funding for community-based family violence, sexual assault and related services. The Public Complaints Commission investigates and reviews complaints against the police to ensure both the public and police are guaranteed a fair and thorough investigation of a complaint. The Coroners Branch administers a provincewide system of coroners to conduct investigations on all accidents and unnatural deaths and to make recommendations to prevent similar deaths.

Boards and Commissions (Subvote JU08) Objective To provide funding and support for the independent, quasijudicial boards, commissions and inquiries which report to the Minister of Justice and Attorney General. Program Delivery The Human Rights Commission promotes freedom and equality in dignity and rights by investigating and assisting parties in the resolutions of complaints of discrimination, conducting public education activities, and promoting human rights awareness and employment equity programs in Saskatchewan. The Office of Residential Tenancies/Provincial Mediation Board assists in resolving financial and other disputes between landlord and tenant, debtor and creditor, property owner and municipality by providing mediation and counselling services, and conducting hearings to adjudicate disputes. The Saskatchewan Legal Aid Commission provides legal services in criminal and civil matters to persons and organizations financially unable to secure those services from their own resources. The Inquiries program provides funding for hearings by the Saskatchewan Advisory Board of Review. Public inquiries are also funded through this program. The Automobile Injury Appeal Commission is responsible for hearing appeals arising from the no fault benefits

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program administered by SGI pursuant to The Automobile Accident Insurance Act.

Major Capital Projects (Subvote JU11)

Custody, Supervision and Rehabilitation Services (Subvote JU06)

Objective To provide for investment in major capital assets, capital upgrades and other capital.

Objective To deliver supervision and rehabilitative services designed to reduce offending for individuals on a custody or community order. Program Delivery Services are focused on risk assessment, risk management (supervision), risk reduction (rehabilitation) targeting factors known to reduce offending. Core programs are available to offenders in custody or community and some are available to remand population. Programs are delivered through a variety of service delivery models; direct delivery by correctional staff, delivery by partners such as Health Regions or community-based programs. Programs include: targeted cognitive behavioral programs, education and literacy, employment, substance abuse, domestic violence, sex offender, women’s, First Nations and Métis, chaplaincy, reintegration, Health Care, recreation, security and sentence management services. Community Corrections also provides pre-sentence services, probation, judicial interim release (bail), and relapse prevention programs.

Policing (Subvote JU09) Objective To provide safe communities and maintain public order by the provision of adequate and effective policing through programs that uphold the rule of law, while protecting the rights of individuals. Program Delivery Policing is responsible for the administration of the RCMP Provincial Police Services Agreement, administering grants for funding to municipalities for policing and community safety initiatives, including The Safer Communities and Neighbourhoods Act, The Witness Protection Act, The Public Disclosure Act, The Private Investigators and Security Guards Act and enforcement of the Civil Forfeiture legislation. It also provides investigative and intelligence services for the Ministry.

Saskatchewan Police Commission (Subvote JU12) Objective To support effective policing through the provision of civilian oversight of police conduct and the regulation of municipal policing through the application of legislative requirements and establishing baseline policy standards for policing. Program Delivery The Commission provides civilian oversight of municipal police conduct, is the appeal body on matters of police discipline, establishes provincial policy standards for the delivery of municipal policing services, conducts audits of police services operations to ensure compliance with legislation and policy, and operates the Saskatchewan Police College.

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (Subvote JU10) Objective To account for expenses and expense recoveries that do not require appropriation. Program Delivery This program accounts for the estimated annual consumption of the Ministry’s capital assets. Amortization is calculated using the straight-line method based on the estimated useful service life of the asset. Amortization is a non-voted, non-cash expense.

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Central Management and Services (JU01) Ministers' Salaries (Statutory)......................................................................... $ Executive Management.................................................................................. Central Services............................................................................................. Accommodation Services............................................................................... Land Titles Assurance Claims (Statutory)....................................................... Subvote Total

Salaries & Benefits 96 $ 1,728 2,080 ........ ........ 3,904

Capital Transfers

Operating Transfers

Goods and Services (1)

Capital Asset Amortization

(thousands of dollars) Other Expenses

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ 13 ........ ........ ........ 13

........ $ 244 10,215 34,995 ........ 45,454

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ $ ........ 10 ........ ........ 10

Internal Recoveries

Total

........ $ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

96 1,985 12,305 34,995 ........ 49,381

Courts and Civil Justice (JU03) Court Services................................................................................................ Salaries - Provincial Court Judges (Statutory)................................................. Salaries - Justices of the Peace (Statutory).................................................... Family Justice Services.................................................................................. Dispute Resolution......................................................................................... Public Guardian and Trustee.......................................................................... Counsel for Children....................................................................................... Subvote Total

25,213 14,730 1,259 3,528 923 2,663 203 48,519

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

161 ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 161

9,136 ........ 1,206 780 910 163 7 12,202

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

1,925 ........ ........ ........ 3 ........ ........ 1,928

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

36,435 14,730 2,465 4,308 1,836 2,826 210 62,810

Legal and Policy Services (JU04) Civil Law......................................................................................................... Public Law...................................................................................................... Strategic Initiatives and Program Support....................................................... Public Prosecutions........................................................................................ Communications............................................................................................. Access and Privacy........................................................................................ Queen's Printer Revolving Fund - Subsidy...................................................... Subvote Total

3,536 4,659 962 20,370 391 287 ........ 30,205

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

8 84 60 50 10 ........ ........ 212

534 446 105 2,206 25 18 ........ 3,334

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ 35 35

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

4,078 5,189 1,127 22,626 426 305 35 33,786

Community Safety Outcomes (JU13).......................................

5,179

........

7,796

2,197

........

........

........

15,172

Community Justice (JU05) Community Services....................................................................................... Public Complaints Commission...................................................................... Coroners........................................................................................................ Subvote Total

1,104 439 1,389 2,932

........ ........ ........ ........

14,070 173 ........ 14,243

1,970 78 1,425 3,473

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

17,144 690 2,814 20,648

Boards and Commissions (JU08) Human Rights Commission............................................................................ Office of Residential Tenancies/Provincial Mediation Board............................ Inquiries......................................................................................................... Legal Aid Commission.................................................................................... Automobile Injury Appeal Commission............................................................ Subvote Total

1,876 1,544 8 ........ 642 4,070

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ 23,305 ........ 23,305

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........ ........

2,143 1,759 49 23,305 861 28,117

........ ........

1,166 174

........ ........

804 ........

(756) ........

128,708 26,559

Custody, Supervision and Rehabilitation Services (JU06) Custody Services........................................................................................... Community Corrections..................................................................................

112,312 23,681

267 215 41 ........ 219 742

15,182 2,704

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Program Support............................................................................................ Subvote Total

4,322 140,315

........ ........

........ 1,340

155 1,296 19,182

........ ........

........ 804

........ (756)

5,618 160,885

1,002 14 275 1,291

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

18,551 169,770 1,266 189,587

Policing (JU09) Police Programs............................................................................................. Royal Canadian Mounted Police..................................................................... Program Support............................................................................................ Subvote Total

1,909 ........ 986 2,895

........ ........ ........ ........

Saskatchewan Police Commission (JU12) Saskatchewan Police Commission................................................................. Saskatchewan Police College......................................................................... Subvote Total

131 324 455

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

58 893 951

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........

189 1,217 1,406

Major Capital Projects (JU11) Court Facility Land, Buildings and Improvements........................................... Custody Facility Land, Buildings and Improvements....................................... Office and Information Technology................................................................. Machinery and Equipment.............................................................................. Subvote Total

107 ........ (48) ........ 59

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

89 283 67 26 465

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........ ........

196 283 19 26 524

Non-Appropriated Expense Adjustment (JU10) Amortization - Land, Buildings and Improvements.......................................... Amortization - Machinery and Equipment........................................................ Amortization - Office and Information Technology........................................... Subvote Total

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

........ ........ ........ ........

1,506 328 495 2,329

Total

$

(1) Includes communication expense of $194 and travel expense of $6,172.

238,533 $

........ $

15,640 169,756 5 185,401

232,471 $

89,291 $

1,506 328 495 2,329 2,329 $

2,777 $

(756) $

564,645

156

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Salaries and Benefits Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for salaries, wages, honorariums, etc. and for pension and public sector benefits. Salaries AARRESTAD, KELVIN N. ............................. $ ABII-NDOH, PAUL......................................... ACKLES, DANAE A. ..................................... ADAMKO MARCENIUK, VALERIE ANN ....... ADAMS, LINDY D. ........................................ ADAMS, MARCUS ........................................ ADDABOR, ELIZABETH ABENA................... AGARAND, ANDRE ...................................... AGNEW, QUENTIN DOUGLAS ..................... AHENAKEW, EDGAR ................................... AIMOE, LINDA .............................................. AKINYEMI, OLOTU ....................................... ALBECK, ADAM ............................................ ALCROW, JOSIE .......................................... ALDINGER, RAY ........................................... ALDOUS, CHARLISE K. ............................... ALEXANDER, CYNTHIA ............................... ALEXANDER, GINA ...................................... ALLENBY, SKYLER C. ................................. ALLEY, CONNIE K. ...................................... ALTMAN, SHAUNNA L. ................................ ALTWASSER, CARLA................................... AMOS, MARGARET...................................... AMPOFO-ADDO, OBEYAA ........................... AMRUD, SUSAN C. ..................................... AMYOTTE, JUSTIN....................................... AMYOTTE, KEITH......................................... ANAND, SANJEEV SINGH............................ ANDERSEN, GAIL ........................................ ANDERSEN, MAXINE ................................... ANDERSON, BYRON.................................... ANDERSON, DANI........................................ ANDERSON, DAWN ..................................... ANDERSON, JENNIFER J. .......................... ANDERSON, MEGAN ................................... ANDERSON, RONALD V. ............................ ANDERSON, SANDRA P. ............................ ANDERSON, SHAUNA C. ............................ ANDERSON-CLOUATRE, CHERYL L. ......... ANDREWS, LEONA RUTH ........................... ANDRYCHUK, BREANNE L. ........................ ANGELSTAD, SUSAN................................... ANSELL, NICOLE ......................................... ANTOSH, JODY R. ...................................... ANTOSH, LANA E. ....................................... ANTOSH, MAGGI.......................................... APPELL, SUSAN A. ..................................... AQUILON, LAWRENCE ................................ ARAMENKO, EDWARD K. ........................... ARCAND, BERNIE JOSEPH ......................... ARCHDEKIN, BARTON G. ........................... ARCHER, BRENT ALLAN ............................. ARMSTRONG, DOUGLAS JOHN ................. ARNDT-SCHICK, PAMELA ........................... ARNOLD, RONLEY D. ................................. ARNOT, DAVID M. ....................................... ARTHUR, ROBERT H. ................................. ASHLEY, GWEN ........................................... ASHMAN, CHRISTOPHER ........................... ASSINIBOINE, LORETTA JOYCE................. ATEM, MARTINO K. K. ................................ ATES, JOHNNY ............................................ ATKINSON, FRANCES A. ............................ ATTIG, KATHRYN ......................................... AUBICHON, AUDREY ................................... AUBICHON, BERNADETTE ..........................

63,224 107,997 57,861 156,594 60,193 61,603 89,739 108,429 263,210 73,400 72,084 109,457 79,620 52,976 67,176 68,797 75,708 110,730 52,280 53,889 50,235 94,376 62,983 71,261 217,950 72,196 121,999 123,424 60,706 60,706 50,422 82,408 89,819 64,372 66,586 141,620 72,765 76,484 52,610 71,541 58,940 81,327 76,003 68,952 85,494 69,034 54,414 52,326 72,508 53,300 60,184 52,846 72,697 67,669 68,868 264,469 76,471 78,591 74,502 51,790 53,582 100,164 165,582 73,535 63,653 101,612

Public Accounts, 2014-15 AUBICHON, ROBERT C. .............................. AUBICHON, YVETTE .................................... AUBIN, SUSAN ELSIE................................... AUGUSTIN, SHELLEY L. .............................. AYERS, CRYSTAL D. ................................... BADEA, ADRIAN ........................................... BADGER, MACRINA K. C. M. ....................... BADI, AYAD................................................... BAER, STEWART.......................................... BAGAN, DOROTHY....................................... BAILEY, CAROLYN ....................................... BAILEY, JAIME .............................................. BAILEY, PARRY L. ....................................... BAILEY, SUSAN ............................................ BAINS, SANDEEP SINGH ............................. BAKKEN, TRICIA........................................... BALAN, KAREN ............................................. BALDWIN, MELANIE ..................................... BALDWIN, MICHELLE E. .............................. BALFOUR, SHAYLEE MARIE........................ BALKWILL, LOGAN DOUGLAS ..................... BALL, SHELDON ........................................... BALL, STACEY LYNN ................................... BALLENDINE, RANDY .................................. BALON, CANDICE ......................................... BAMFORD, BRIAN R. J. ............................... BANGA, DENISE ........................................... BANIAK, MORRIS MARK .............................. BANKA, DOROTHY ....................................... BANKS, KAREN E. ....................................... BARAGAR, BRENT ....................................... BARBER, LAYNE E. ..................................... BARDESTANI, AMIN J. ................................ BARKER, CHAD ............................................ BARKER, DEBBIE R. .................................... BARKS, DONALD L. ..................................... BARKS, NEALA ............................................. BARLOW, NIKKI L. ....................................... BARNES, NADINE C. ................................... BARRY, THOMAS P. .................................... BART, CAROL L. .......................................... BARTEL, DAWN ............................................ BARTLETT, K. SCOTT .................................. BATES, BRADLEY ........................................ BATTERS, DANIELLE T. .............................. BAUER, BRUCE J. ....................................... BAUM, MELINDA........................................... BAUTZ, CHAD ............................................... BAYDA, ANDREW J. .................................... BAYER, HALINA M. ...................................... BAYER, VALERIE S. .................................... BAYNE, S. MARK .......................................... BAZIN, KARL PATRICK ................................. BEAR, ASHLEY R. ........................................ BEAR, LINDSAY B. ....................................... BEAR, SHAWNA LEIGH ................................ BEATON, MARYLYNNE THOMAS ................ BEATON, TAWNA ......................................... BEATTIE, DAWN ........................................... BEATTY, JOHN E. ........................................ BEAUCHESNE, BARRY ................................ BEAUCHESNE, ROBERT.............................. BEAUDRY, JOEY .......................................... BEAUDRY, JOHN .......................................... BEAUDRY, KIM M. ....................................... BEAULAC, GLENDA...................................... BEAULIEU, DIANE ........................................ BEAULIEU, RICHARD M. ............................. BEAULIEU, SEAN ......................................... BECK, DALE K. ............................................ BECKETT, RYAN G. ..................................... BECKMAN, JASON ....................................... BECKMAN, RICHARD ................................... BECOTTE, DIANNE P. ................................. BEDARD, KIMBERLY EILEEN....................... BEDFORD, DEBORAH ..................................

72,277 59,334 53,415 110,730 62,443 58,950 85,506 51,290 68,567 53,989 69,799 52,428 69,848 56,531 155,014 52,213 69,436 175,155 116,418 57,820 77,287 57,355 55,641 63,878 83,595 55,989 68,265 264,469 100,758 163,710 54,389 69,162 141,762 65,117 110,730 67,099 59,231 79,317 85,494 60,155 63,823 76,929 180,558 54,479 61,483 242,849 84,319 90,475 73,667 63,042 109,920 71,033 264,469 58,914 50,168 82,537 266,028 50,101 76,182 83,780 69,489 82,481 73,143 72,266 71,909 60,569 72,869 75,294 77,077 188,196 60,360 60,717 61,816 69,024 58,381 69,234

Public Accounts, 2014-15 BEHR, ROBERTA ......................................... BELANGER, FRANK ..................................... BELL, ANDREW DAVID ................................ BELL, BRANDY J. ........................................ BELLAND, DENIS ......................................... BELLEROSE, KENNETH E. ......................... BENDALL, DWIGHT ...................................... BENDER, ASHLEY L. ................................... BENDER, TODD............................................ BENDERSKI, JASON .................................... BENISON, JAMES......................................... BENJAMIN, JESSICA S. .............................. BENNETT, BRANDI ...................................... BENNING, CATHERINE MARIA .................... BENT, JENALEE ........................................... BERENYI, COREY ........................................ BERETI, RICK D. J. ...................................... BEREZOWSKY, DEVIN RAYMOND .............. BERG, DARREN G. ...................................... BERG, DARYL D. ......................................... BERGSTROM, CHRISTOPHER D. .............. BERJIAN, JENNIFER L. ............................... BERKACH, KEN D. ...................................... BERKACH, LYDIA ......................................... BERNER, KIM ............................................... BERNIER, BONNIE ELLEN ........................... BERTSCH, DALE M. .................................... BERUBE, CHELSEY L. ................................ BEST, REBECCA .......................................... BETHUNE, GWENYTH ................................. BETKER, ANDREW ...................................... BIGELOW, KATHRYN ................................... BIGSKY-GRAMS, SIRINNA ........................... BIHUN, GLENNIS .......................................... BILASH, SHAWN........................................... BILLAY, DENNIS ........................................... BILSON, MAX................................................ BIRD, DONALD ............................................. BIRD, RANDY ............................................... BIRD, SARALEE............................................ BIRD, SHELLEY LYNNE ............................... BIRNS, JUDIE ............................................... BISHARA, VICTOR H. .................................. BJERKE, TAMMA .......................................... BLACK, ASHLEY ........................................... BLACK, DEBBIE ............................................ BLACK, DRU ................................................. BLACKMAN, SHAWN .................................... BLAHA, BORIS .............................................. BLAIN, PAUL P. ............................................ BLAIR, AARON ............................................. BLANCHETTE, BECKY CHALENE ............... BLANSHARD, WILLIAM ................................ BLAUS, DAWN J. ......................................... BLAUS, PATRICIA L. .................................... BLAZEIKO, COLBY W. ................................. BLAZEIKO, JOSIE ......................................... BLEAU, CARMEN D. .................................... BLISS, BRENDON......................................... BLISS, CORY ................................................ BLOM, ASHLEY LYNN .................................. BLUM, DAVID WILLIAM ................................ BOBER, SAM ................................................ BOBOWSKI, ERNIE S. ................................. BOBYK, SANDRA ......................................... BODE, DARYL B. ......................................... BODNAR, JULIAN W. ................................... BOECHLER, BRAD ....................................... BOECHLER, NOLA ....................................... BOEHMER, TERRY ...................................... BOEKELDER, TINA ....................................... BOHACH, SHERRIE L. ................................. BOHLKEN, JANIS MARIE ............................. BOHUN, MICHELLE NICOLE ........................ BOLT, SYD B. .............................................. BONCESCU, RON ........................................

Justice 110,730 69,632 64,524 67,688 63,375 131,543 108,393 56,015 95,471 64,059 50,222 75,228 72,439 159,594 58,673 76,355 126,706 59,286 81,962 60,943 80,447 75,743 102,927 62,745 60,254 70,494 51,079 90,160 53,818 65,223 50,064 64,261 52,006 148,039 53,810 86,454 135,477 277,392 61,811 68,217 52,166 86,712 71,425 94,333 56,817 165,582 53,592 132,645 91,847 83,250 69,134 56,258 69,257 89,535 52,043 75,324 66,279 67,514 71,043 135,612 50,530 66,665 63,069 63,999 150,606 158,094 62,881 72,744 66,000 65,907 71,629 56,301 60,706 76,452 119,526 64,018

157 BONIK, LISA M. ............................................ BONILLA, KRISTAL M. ................................. BONOKOSKI, NEIL J. ................................... BOOTH, STEVEN .......................................... BOROWSKI, PATRICK P. B. ......................... BORSHEIM, BRIAN ....................................... BOSSENBERRY, JOSEPH ............................ BOSTOCK, KELLY S. .................................... BOUDREAULT, SUZAN M. ........................... BOULDING, BONNIE B. ................................ BOURASSA, BARBRA R. ............................. BOURNE, BRENT .......................................... BOUTIN, TANESSA E. .................................. BOXRUD, PEGGY L. .................................... BOYD, JAMES ............................................... BOYER, GARY W. ........................................ BOYER, SHARI L. ......................................... BOYER, TRICIA ............................................. BOYLE, MEGHAN C. .................................... BRAATEN, LISA ............................................ BRADSHAW, JAMES MICHAEL .................... BRAHNIUK, JAMIE ........................................ BRAMWELL, GWEN ...................................... BRAUN, JAY W. ............................................ BRAUN, KENNETH........................................ BRAUN, PETER VERNON............................. BRAVO, HECTOR E. .................................... BRECHT, BRITTANY M. ............................... BRECHT, CASSANDRA D. ........................... BREIDENBACH, AXEL ULRICH .................... BREITKREUZ, SARAH .................................. BREKER, ADAM ............................................ BRENNAN, JOY LYNNE ................................ BREWSTER, SHELLY ................................... BRICK, JEFFREY G. ..................................... BRIERE, SHEILA ........................................... BRIERLEY, LETA M. ..................................... BRILZ, KELLY ................................................ BRITZ, DUSTIN ............................................. BRITZ, RYAN R. ........................................... BRODA, JASON ............................................ BROOKER, EDWARD C. .............................. BROOKS, BRANDON .................................... BROOKS, BRENNAN .................................... BROOKS, CATHERINE J. ............................. BROOKS, JENILEE ....................................... BROOKS, LEANNE J. ................................... BROOMFIELD, JOANNE ............................... BROSKIE, BRIAN T. ..................................... BROWER, KATHY H. .................................... BROWN, CHRISTINE .................................... BROWN, DERREL G. ................................... BROWN, HUGH M. ....................................... BROWN, IAN R. ............................................ BROWN, JANET SHIRLEY ............................ BROWN, KEELY E. ....................................... BROWN, LISA D. .......................................... BROWN, PAUL D. ......................................... BROWNBRIDGE, JERI-ANN ......................... BROWNE, CHRISTOPHER ........................... BROWNELL, LORENA D. ............................. BRULE, DANA ............................................... BRYSHUN, CURTIS ...................................... BUCHANAN, JEREMY L. .............................. BUCHANAN, KATELYNN C. ......................... BUCHANAN, MITCHELL E. .......................... BUCZULAK, TRACY ...................................... BUECKERT, KATHRYN L. ............................ BUETTNER, JEFFREY .................................. BUGERA, CORY............................................ BULLER, LAENA M. ...................................... BUNDUS, MARK W. ..................................... BUNNIE, BRAD.............................................. BURCH, FREDERICK W. .............................. BURGE, WILLIAM.......................................... BURKE, PEGGY ............................................

79,025 85,074 107,083 73,033 57,416 73,157 70,812 55,836 50,440 83,601 77,059 58,697 51,004 76,685 86,913 62,717 69,146 76,349 74,087 64,497 63,780 82,655 99,496 69,269 55,668 110,735 65,213 92,256 53,311 65,230 53,807 107,880 59,382 77,466 158,094 55,626 96,603 66,312 84,914 63,122 93,820 100,166 81,222 77,934 50,363 55,043 63,492 53,186 64,203 66,659 54,905 133,503 52,776 184,839 60,047 58,415 55,574 119,994 80,757 125,382 71,340 143,544 69,573 62,040 57,317 67,990 87,599 62,943 74,301 69,969 53,830 69,444 65,828 135,646 165,582 69,413

158 BURKHOLDER, PAMELA ............................. BURNETT, MIRANDA MAY........................... BURNS, JOLYNNE A. .................................. BURNS, MONTANA ...................................... BURTNEY, LINDSAY D. ............................... BURTON, MATTHEW F. .............................. BURWOOD, SHELLEY LEE .......................... BUSBY, SARAH E. ....................................... BUSH, TAYLOR-JANE .................................. BUSSE, NOEL A. ......................................... BUSSER, LINDSEY ...................................... BUTLER-KILDAW, DAVID ANDREW ............ BUTTNER, PATRICIA ................................... BUZINSKY, ERIN N. ..................................... BYRNS, CODY .............................................. BZDEL, ALAN J. ........................................... CALVERT, MARLA........................................ CAMERON, COLIN DONALD........................ CAMERON, DAVID H. .................................. CAMERON, JANET ....................................... CAMPBELL, BRIAN W. ................................ CAMPBELL, DENNIEL G. ............................ CAMPBELL, GRAHAM .................................. CARBNO, CINDY .......................................... CARDINAL, INEZ J. ..................................... CARDUNER, BRODY.................................... CAREY, B. PATRICK .................................... CAREY, DEAN .............................................. CARLBERG, MELANIE K. ............................ CARLES, YVETTE ........................................ CARLEY, KEITH............................................ CARLEY, KIMBERLY .................................... CARLI-ALLEN, JANET LYNN ........................ CARLSON, RYAN ......................................... CARMICHAEL, TRACY LYNN....................... CARRIER, DANIELLE L. .............................. CARRIER, ELROY ........................................ CARRIER, JOEL D. ...................................... CARRIER, MELISSA ..................................... CARRIERE, LEONARD ................................. CARRIERE, THERESA ................................. CARROLL, LARISSA .................................... CARSON, DONALD D. ................................. CARSON, SHANNON ................................... CARTER, STEPHEN COLENSO ................... CARTER, TRAVIS G. ................................... CASSIDY, BLANCHE A. ............................... CASTLE, TARA LYNN................................... CATLEY, GREG ............................................ CATO, PIERRE ............................................. CECCANTI, OLIVER CLAUDE ...................... CEDERWALL, WILLIAM E. .......................... CHABOT, EVAN M. ...................................... CHAILLEE, JENNIFER L. ............................. CHALMERS, DALE ....................................... CHAMBERS, DOUGLAS CARL..................... CHAPCO, JANE ............................................ CHAPPLE, JAMES M. .................................. CHARKO, JENNIFER R. .............................. CHARLES, AMBROSE A. ............................. CHARTIER, LORIE L. ................................... CHARTRAND, IVAN A. ................................ CHARTRAND, JODILYN S. .......................... CHARTRAND, SHEILA ................................. CHASE, HELENA .......................................... CHAVE, SADIE P. ........................................ CHEKAY, LORELEY ..................................... CHERKEWICH, DAWN M. ........................... CHERNENKOFF, CORY C. .......................... CHESTER, FRED.......................................... CHEVELDEOFF, KATHERINE ...................... CHILDERHOSE, LESLIE............................... CHISHOLM, RITA A. .................................... CHOBOTUK, LANCI M. ................................ CHOVIN, TAMMY LEE .................................. CHOW, ROBIN P. ........................................

Justice 103,512 54,448 60,352 55,990 64,389 50,729 146,610 58,121 58,808 64,173 96,011 85,925 83,406 72,645 56,352 72,754 78,216 70,471 58,802 64,669 68,955 59,810 71,410 68,695 264,469 76,996 76,912 107,327 91,650 86,853 68,020 75,724 61,706 97,402 53,625 60,621 52,812 55,900 79,544 67,651 52,374 85,255 107,339 66,227 135,683 66,533 61,779 76,269 72,264 121,687 55,793 69,957 68,968 50,766 117,251 62,426 127,197 50,114 64,874 50,227 71,997 64,648 54,209 68,957 66,107 66,155 143,571 73,887 66,128 77,809 67,837 68,972 120,363 69,853 71,559 52,952

Public Accounts, 2014-15 CHRISTIANSON, DIANNE............................. CHRISTIE, CHARITY..................................... CHRISTOFFEL, ELIZABETH H ..................... CHUBAK, ALANA .......................................... CHURCH, JORDAN ....................................... CLAGUE, WENDY ......................................... CLANCY, DEVLIN M. J. ................................ CLARK, KRISTAL .......................................... CLARKE, BRUCE .......................................... CLARKE, DAVID............................................ CLARKE, JOHN A. ........................................ CLARKE, LINDA L. ....................................... CLARKE, NATASHA ...................................... CLAXTON-VICZKO, JENNIFER .................... CLEMENTS, LINDA A. .................................. CLEMENTS, TERESA ................................... CLERMONT, RENITA .................................... CLOSEN, JODY............................................. CLYNE, DELAINE.......................................... COATES, TARA............................................. COBURN, HELGA H. .................................... COCARELL, ROBERT ................................... COFFEY, RICHARD S. ................................. COLLINS, NICOLE MARIA ............................ COLLINS, WILLIAM J. .................................. COLLINS-HUBER, ROWENA ........................ COMBRES, NICOLE...................................... CONNELL, CHERYL...................................... CONNELLY, DARCIA L. ............................... COOK, AARON.............................................. COOK, JILL ................................................... COOK, LAURA Y L. ...................................... COOK, OLIVE V. .......................................... COOKE, GISELLE ......................................... COOKE, MICHAEL ........................................ COOLEY, DENNIS J. .................................... COPELAND, ERIN......................................... CORRIVEAU, CODY L. ................................ COSSETTE, BRADLEY D. ............................ COTE, LAMBERT .......................................... COTE, ROBERT ............................................ COUPAL, LUKE A. ........................................ COURNOYER, BILL ...................................... COURTNEY, ANN LOUISE ........................... COUSINS, ALLISON J. ................................. COUSINS, JARED ......................................... COUZENS, DENNIS ...................................... COWAN, JASON B. ...................................... COWARD, DALE ........................................... CRAWFORD, GRANT ................................... CRAWFORD, JEFFREY ................................ CRAWFORD, JOHN ...................................... CREAMORE, LORI E. ................................... CREARY, BRADLEY DEAN........................... CREELMAN, PATTY A. ................................ CROFFORD, CURTIS ................................... CROOK, RODERICK ..................................... CROSS, LORI ANN ....................................... CROSSMAN, MARSHA ................................. CROWE, MAUREEN ..................................... CRUGNALE-REID, ANNA MARIA ................. CRUICKSHANK, LINDA M. ........................... CRUICKSHANK, SCOTT N. ......................... CRUMLEY, DAVID MITCHELL ...................... CUMMINE, SCOTT D. .................................. CUMMINGS, ALLISON C. ............................. CUMMINGS, LAURA K. ................................ CUMMINGS, MICHAEL ................................. CURNISKI, CATHY ........................................ CZARNOCKI, TOMASZ P. ............................ DAHL, JARED L. ........................................... DAHLIN, CRAIG ............................................ DALLMAN, ROD ............................................ DANELIUK, JENNIFER M. ............................ DANIELS, DONNA M. ................................... DANIELS, KIMBERLEY DAWN......................

74,261 58,024 57,783 51,625 87,110 64,003 57,566 81,658 87,296 61,385 100,758 66,126 57,632 145,422 109,374 76,765 52,469 50,342 52,026 68,036 54,180 68,804 59,232 64,325 150,606 51,125 62,256 78,933 132,279 65,414 56,218 100,758 57,658 65,081 69,961 182,308 59,085 67,872 76,549 54,446 68,186 58,395 105,824 83,256 60,769 67,126 73,722 69,781 73,345 70,152 81,462 102,929 65,513 75,418 52,047 61,063 206,070 53,890 63,927 55,099 264,469 64,416 78,134 150,606 69,318 73,927 86,328 106,372 53,407 61,622 72,677 72,175 64,742 73,134 59,382 67,824

Public Accounts, 2014-15 DANIELS, RICK J. ........................................ DANSEREAU, RICHARD .............................. DANYLYSHEN, LARRY J. ............................ DARROCH, ROBERT J. ............................... DASCHUK, DANIELLE .................................. DATEMA, KEVIN ........................................... DAUNCEY, GORDON K. .............................. DAUNT, FELICIA M. A. L. ............................. DAUVIN, CHARLES V. ................................. DAVIDSON, CLINT........................................ DAVIDSON, DEREK J. ................................. DAVIDSON, RYAN S. ................................... DAVIES, LAURA A. ...................................... DAVIES, MARNE LYNN ................................ DAVIS, ANDREW .......................................... DAVIS, LEEANN............................................ DAVIS, RICHARD G. .................................... DAVIS, SUSAN ............................................. DAVIS, TERRY A. ........................................ DAVIS, WARREN JUDSON........................... DAVISON, CHRIS A. .................................... DAVISON, JO-ANNE ..................................... DAWSON, CANDICE..................................... DAWSON, JENNIFER ................................... DE CIMAN, MUNA......................................... DE JONG, BRYCE ........................................ DEAGNON, DOUGLAS T. ............................ DEAL, JUDY .................................................. DEAN, KIMBERLY......................................... DECHIEF, BRIAN .......................................... DECKER, CAROLYN..................................... DECORBY, ROGER ...................................... DEITNER, SHARON...................................... DEKOVIC, ANDY A. ..................................... DELISLE, RICK ............................................. DELORME, SUNSHINE................................. DELUCA, CARLA .......................................... DEMARS, DOUG........................................... DEMERAIS, JASON A. ................................. DEMONG, PAUL A. ...................................... DENNINGER, KIRSTEN ................................ DENNIS, BRYANT......................................... DER, JASON WILLIAM YEA.......................... DER, LILLY.................................................... DERBOWKA, EVE......................................... DESHAYE, LLOYD P. ................................... DESJARLAIS, RENE R. D. ........................... DESJARLAIS, ROD ....................................... DESJARLAIS, TERRY ................................... DESJARLAIS, WILLY EDWARD.................... DESLAURIERS, CYNTHIA L. ....................... DESORMEAU, DWIGHT ............................... DESROSIERS, JENNA.................................. DESSERT, JAYME ........................................ DETERS, COLETTE ...................................... DEWHURST, VALERIE ................................. DIAZ, SERGIO .............................................. DICKIE, GARY .............................................. DIEMERT, MICHELE J. K. ............................ DIETZ, LESLEY D. ....................................... DIMION, HOLLIS L. ...................................... DINSDALE, BRENDA LEE ............................ DISHKO, ROBYN E. ..................................... DISIEWICH, WALLY EUGENE ...................... DIXON, PATRICIA L. .................................... DMYTRYSHYN, KIM ..................................... DOBRANSKI, DENNIS C. ............................. DOBROWOLSKI, PAUL ................................ DODMAN, GUY E. ........................................ DOHM, LISA .................................................. DOMBOWSKY, LAVINA ................................ DONALD, KIMBERLY .................................... DONALD, MAROSIA ..................................... DONAUER, ADAM JAMES ............................ DONELSON, VENTSON ............................... DONLEVY-KONKIN, MARY M. .....................

Justice 76,141 76,218 83,406 92,530 68,981 55,747 70,174 262,683 66,009 59,152 89,383 68,101 71,617 56,873 89,739 89,150 126,702 78,153 72,728 121,938 81,462 75,656 58,866 57,204 53,719 107,180 59,880 56,205 56,034 72,106 150,606 164,832 76,823 68,792 72,803 70,370 53,995 70,382 51,248 264,469 62,170 93,543 62,976 84,119 52,047 71,670 71,315 58,501 106,056 70,324 56,757 67,460 51,782 67,053 63,382 83,396 52,594 50,068 69,524 61,130 109,920 57,286 60,068 164,232 157,470 138,837 70,764 100,227 66,724 63,596 67,672 55,547 76,190 61,280 68,592 174,023

159 DONOVAN, ANDREW W. ............................. DOUCETTE, SHAWNA D. ............................ DOUGHERTY, KAREN D. ............................. DOUGLAS, GAIL ........................................... DOUGLAS, KAROL........................................ DOWNIE, DOUGLAS B. ................................ DOYLE, SAMUEL THOMAS .......................... DRACKETT, D. JANE .................................... DRADER, CATHY E. ..................................... DREAVER, LISA D. ....................................... DREAVER, PATRICK .................................... DREGER, CAROLYN M. ............................... DREW, NANCY M. ........................................ DROUILLARD, JULIAN T. ............................. DROZDA, BRADLEY J. ................................. DRYSDALE, JANET L. .................................. DUBNYK, DEBBIE L. .................................... DUBRAY, LEWANNA..................................... DUCHEK, LAURA .......................................... DUDAR, JEFFREY......................................... DUDENHOFFER, ANDREW J. ..................... DUECK, ROY ................................................. DUFFIELD, RENEE C. .................................. DUFFIELD, SHERI L. .................................... DUGGAN, SEAN M. ...................................... DUMAIS, ANDREA FAYE .............................. DUNCAN, ANDREW L. ................................. DUNCAN, DANIEL W. ................................... DUNFORD, CALVIN ...................................... DUNLOP, TERESA ........................................ DUNNING, LESLIE ........................................ DUPUIS, KERRI............................................. DURKEE, ALICIA D. ..................................... DUSSEAULT, ROGER................................... DUTCHAK, DION ........................................... DUVALL, KEVIN N. ....................................... DYCK, DARRELL LEONARD ......................... DYCK, LORNA ............................................... DYNNA, LONNIE ........................................... DZUBA, AMI .................................................. DZURKA, KAYLA N. ..................................... EBERLE, DENIS R. ....................................... EBERT, DOLORES MARGARET ................... EDWARDS, FALLYN B. M. ........................... EGGERMAN, SONIA L. ................................ EHALT, BRUCE PETER ................................ EIRICH, TRACEY .......................................... ELBERG, DANIEL.......................................... ELDER, NANCY............................................. ELDER, WESLEY .......................................... ELLIOTT, DEREK .......................................... ELLIOTT, JOANNE ........................................ ELMER, GARNET W. .................................... ELSBURY, DOMINIC A. ................................ EMERY, TODD .............................................. EMSLIE, JEFF ............................................... ENGEL, ELIZABETH J. M. ............................ ENGELKE, HAGEN........................................ EPEMA, W. REY ............................................ EPP, JOSHUA J. ........................................... EPP, TIMOTHY KURT ................................... ERICKSON, BARRY ...................................... ERICKSON, MELISSA A. .............................. ERICSON, MERLE ........................................ ERMEL, RILEY .............................................. ERMINE, STACEY ......................................... ERWIN, THOMAS JAMES ............................. ESKELSON, KALE R. ................................... EVANS, JESSICA LEANN ............................. EVANS, LEIGH .............................................. EVANS, LYNN ............................................... EVANS, MELISA M. ...................................... EWING, LINDA G. ......................................... FABIAN, JENNIFER E. ................................. FAFARD, JEANETTE RUTH .......................... FAHLMAN, AJAY ...........................................

158,094 58,736 90,807 71,560 69,373 114,519 69,009 70,775 121,722 61,287 58,757 54,893 150,606 70,003 63,830 150,606 73,179 83,040 72,980 86,206 56,807 110,844 101,254 77,977 79,233 54,404 75,453 74,333 62,000 53,779 107,880 80,334 66,626 71,329 80,268 77,670 77,282 264,469 80,574 63,041 67,787 70,213 136,122 58,730 124,614 77,724 69,583 111,214 75,104 88,647 71,151 70,899 69,911 66,825 117,577 91,551 51,792 85,111 101,778 79,113 165,582 82,368 59,406 74,770 81,833 74,793 62,291 62,367 64,296 60,495 84,492 57,574 83,406 172,749 119,648 65,663

160 FALCON, WAYNE G. ................................... FANG, CATHY YUN ...................................... FARION, ADAM C. ....................................... FARRELL, SHELLY M. ................................. FAUCHOUX, LISA......................................... FAULDS-ROSVOLD, M. DIANNE.................. FAULK, STEVE ............................................. FAVEL, KAYLITA DESIREE .......................... FAVEL, TEWANA C. .................................... FAYANT, BLANCHE ..................................... FAYANT, WAYNE ......................................... FEDAK, BRENNAN ....................................... FEDLER, LEON ............................................ FEDOR, DEAN .............................................. FEDRAU, TREENA ....................................... FEHLER-CUMMINGS, JESSICA R. ............. FEHR, BOBBI-JEAN M. ................................ FEHR, COLTON D. ...................................... FELIX, TARA ................................................. FELLINGER, GREG ...................................... FELSKE, AUDREY ANNE ............................. FENDELET, JULIE ........................................ FENSOM, JUSTIN......................................... FENWICK, DENNIS E ................................... FENWICK, KEVIN D. .................................... FERGUSON, CAROL .................................... FERN, ALAN J. ............................................ FERNANDES-MOROZ, MELISSA ................. FERRIDGE, HELEN S. ................................. FESZCZYN, CATHERINE ANNE .................. FETCH, BRADLEY ........................................ FIDDLER, DEBBIE HELEN ........................... FIDDLER, JOEL M. ...................................... FIDDLER, JOELL .......................................... FIDDLER, NATHAN S. ................................. FIDLER, DARREN......................................... FIDLER, TANIS ............................................. FIEDELLECK, CAROL A. ............................. FIELD, MONICA T. ....................................... FILLO, SHERYL J. ....................................... FILYK, CHERYL M. ...................................... FINDLAY, ALEXANDRA J. ........................... FINLEY, VICTORIA ....................................... FISHER, AMANDA R. ................................... FISHER, RON S. .......................................... FITZ-GERALD, JAMES ................................. FLEMING, DANNY ........................................ FLICHEL, LANNY .......................................... FLOEN, LANDON.......................................... FOLDEN, LANA A. ....................................... FOLK, KEVIN ................................................ FONTAINE, RICHARD L. ............................. FORD, TRACY .............................................. FOREMAN, SUE ........................................... FORMAN, CRYSTAL..................................... FORRESTER, JESSICA................................ FORSBERG, TIFFINEY................................. FORSTER, DOUG......................................... FORSYTH, TAMMY ...................................... FORSYTHE, JOEL ........................................ FORTIER, DANIEL MACLELLAN .................. FOSSENEUVE, PHILIP ................................. FOURNIER, GRACE ..................................... FOURNIER, PETER MICHAEL ..................... FOX, SHAWN R. .......................................... FRANCOEUR, NEIL G. ................................ FRANK, COURTNEY .................................... FRASER, ANNA L. ....................................... FRASER, DIANE L. ...................................... FRASER, KIMBERLY .................................... FRASER, ROBIN C. ..................................... FRASER, SKYLAR K. ................................... FREED, COLLEEN........................................ FREEMAN, SHANNON ................................. FREMONT, ROY C. ..................................... FRENETTE, SHANE H. ................................

Justice 65,594 60,706 55,932 83,999 68,164 68,123 71,434 54,929 78,664 67,120 55,284 72,603 84,992 60,835 62,553 66,835 144,042 65,075 101,939 173,070 57,674 86,000 70,964 91,728 240,642 56,495 81,061 67,273 69,533 62,682 61,813 70,407 57,807 73,916 54,675 86,403 83,986 235,270 105,916 165,582 71,571 97,049 60,706 86,348 67,701 165,582 101,430 70,114 106,943 66,785 81,133 61,433 89,481 83,406 56,117 81,984 65,087 70,497 64,847 102,744 68,924 85,307 65,415 62,943 66,977 83,135 64,994 56,494 55,053 69,239 67,784 71,446 59,382 94,813 92,663 81,698

Public Accounts, 2014-15 FRERICHS, RYAN......................................... FRIESEN, KATHERINE ................................. FRIESEN, LESLIE ......................................... FRIESEN, MARIANNE E. ............................. FRIESEN, TRACEY ....................................... FRISKO, REBECCA ...................................... FRIZZLE, MICHAEL....................................... FROHAUG, CARLA D. .................................. FROHLICK, SHERI LEE ................................ FUCHS, ALEX ............................................... FUENTES, JUAN L. ...................................... FULAWKA, LORETTA U. .............................. FULCHER, THOMAS F. ................................ FUNK, JANET ................................................ FURBER, LUANN .......................................... FURRY, TIM .................................................. FYFE, RICHARD J. ....................................... GABEL, CHERYL L. ...................................... GABRUCH, KAREN ....................................... GABRYSH, ALLYSON ................................... GADZELLA, THERESA A. ............................ GAGNON, TONY ........................................... GALL, WAYNE............................................... GALLAGHER, CARMY P. ............................. GALLERNEAULT, BEAU ............................... GALLIVAN, RAE ............................................ GAMBLE, BECKY LOU.................................. GAMBLE, CHERYL........................................ GAMBLE, THOMAS B. ................................. GAMOLA, RICK G. ....................................... GANCHAR, TAYLOR HAILEY ....................... GARDNER, J. GLEN...................................... GARNER, DAWN........................................... GARRETT, GRAHAM GEOFFRY .................. GATES, SANDY D. ....................................... GAUDET, DANIELLE M. ............................... GAUDET, MICHELLE .................................... GAWLETZ, MICHAEL .................................... GEE, WESLEY D. ......................................... GEERING, BLAIR R. ..................................... GEIGER, KODI .............................................. GEIGER, PENNY........................................... GELDART, CATHERINE HELEN ................... GELECH, GRANT.......................................... GELSINGER, CRAIG R. ............................... GELSINGER, CURTIS A. .............................. GENNETTE, PAUL VINCENT ........................ GERANSKY PENNER, DONNA.................... GEREIN, ANTHONY BENEDICT ................... GEREIN, CATHERINE A. ............................. GERES-GUDMUNDSON, MINDY LEE .......... GERGER, BONNY ......................................... GERHARDT, ALICIA R. ................................ GERMSHEID, CANDIA .................................. GERO WESLOWSKI, PAMELA ..................... GERRITY, RICHARD JAMES ........................ GERVAIS, LINDA .......................................... GIBSON, ADAM............................................. GIBSON, JANET............................................ GIBSON, SHELLEY A. .................................. GIBSON, TANNER ........................................ GIFFORD-KUCHERAN, COLLETTE R. ........ GILES, RAEQUEL ......................................... GILLESPIE, DREW ........................................ GILLINGHAM, RUTH A. ................................ GLARVIN, ADAM ........................................... GLASMAN, SHARON .................................... GLEN, DAWN ................................................ GOEBEL, SCOTT .......................................... GOFF, BRENDA J. ....................................... GOLDING, CHERYL ...................................... GOLDSTEIN, PAUL ....................................... GONZALEZ, JOSE E. ................................... GOOD, STONY.............................................. GOOZEE, CONNIE ANN ............................... GORDON, DARLENE ....................................

59,609 59,473 68,108 122,519 68,426 53,214 70,207 91,795 61,480 73,925 101,352 62,567 69,194 59,382 83,406 55,838 149,502 56,256 69,610 74,035 82,207 65,233 122,085 55,340 69,269 120,468 54,042 82,751 60,422 83,438 59,999 175,050 78,991 59,259 68,884 62,655 116,191 60,960 82,892 60,871 88,414 56,520 68,755 63,989 85,880 77,031 53,833 67,065 178,686 65,226 102,210 84,129 84,170 73,020 64,146 69,013 62,245 55,257 81,315 120,948 83,480 70,834 89,994 81,462 55,733 64,720 50,786 81,897 57,606 66,695 62,682 158,094 59,355 60,835 65,900 63,134

Public Accounts, 2014-15 GORDON, JESSICA A. ................................ GORDON, MARGARET ................................ GORDON-TOUTSAINT, DAVID..................... GORGCHUCK, JAMES. ............................... GORIN, NATHAN .......................................... GOSSNER, DELPHINE ................................. GOTTSELIG, PATRICIA ANN ....................... GRABARCZYK, ANDREA ............................. GRACE, NOLAN R. ...................................... GRAHAM, LAURIE ........................................ GRANT, KELSEY R. ..................................... GRANT, M. GAYLE ....................................... GRANT, SUSAN D. ...................................... GRASSICK, SANDI L. .................................. GRAUMANS, JOHANNES R. ....................... GRAVES, CAROLINE.................................... GRAVLIN, PETER H. .................................... GRAW, ALFRED O. ...................................... GRAW, GORDON ......................................... GRAY, DONALD J. ....................................... GRAY, MARILYN........................................... GRAY, SOPHIA ............................................. GREEN, KELLY ............................................. GREEN, ROSS GORDON ............................. GREER, JASON N. ...................................... GRIFFITHS, CLINTON T. ............................. GRIMARD, CRYSTAL DAWN........................ GRIMARD, PAUL R. ..................................... GRINDLE, DARREN...................................... GROENEN, LUKE ......................................... GROFF, VALARIE ......................................... GRONNERUD, LAUREEN............................. GROVER, CHERYL ANN .............................. GRUJIC, GORAN Z. ..................................... GUARD, DANNY ........................................... GUIBOCHE, SONYA. ................................... GULKA, DWAYNE ......................................... GULKA, FARREN .......................................... GULKA, TRACY ............................................ GULLICKSON, DAVID ................................... GULLICKSON, TYLER .................................. GUNNARSON, ADELINE .............................. GUNNINGHAM-KAPPHAHN, NORMA JEAN ......................................................... GUNVILLE, BETTY ....................................... GUNVILLE, DAWN ........................................ GURNSEY, LAURIE ...................................... GURNSEY-REGNIM, KIM ............................. GURSKI, KARLIE .......................................... HAACKE, BRET P. ....................................... HAACKE, CHAD R. ...................................... HAAG, CORRIN F. ....................................... HAAG, DERRICK A. . .................................... HADLAND, GENE M. .................................... HAGEL, DANI L. ........................................... HAIDER, NICOLE .......................................... HALBACK, TINA ............................................ HALCRO, GERALD F. .................................. HALCRO, MARK ........................................... HALE, CARLA ............................................... HALES, CHRIS .............................................. HALKETT, GLADYS ...................................... HALKETT, KELSEY A. R. ............................. HALL, SHAWN D. ......................................... HALLIDAY, LESLIE ANN ............................... HALLIWELL, LINDSAY .................................. HALSALL, LISA ............................................. HALSTEAD, WARD THOMAS ....................... HALTER, LEANNE ........................................ HAMBLETON, CHRISTOPHER KYLE ........... HAMEL, MILA LEA ........................................ HAMILL, BERNADET A. ............................... HAMILTON, BRENT ...................................... HAMILTON, GLENNA.................................... HAMILTON, GRAIG E. ................................. HAMILTON, KAREN ......................................

Justice 62,749 264,469 72,060 71,046 82,401 100,974 65,226 81,578 96,160 66,406 67,328 74,982 52,159 70,338 53,057 124,641 62,418 71,075 86,761 138,121 263,431 64,668 68,952 264,469 64,529 69,905 53,066 87,831 146,076 83,320 59,925 78,935 51,622 72,753 56,546 144,900 76,375 76,697 106,582 68,122 75,149 84,891 149,514 53,124 61,300 53,605 150,735 69,522 67,415 69,157 58,043 71,255 71,616 104,058 60,441 55,265 51,903 61,884 79,510 72,393 55,789 51,244 66,690 263,268 57,606 58,582 79,994 69,573 134,292 58,628 69,240 76,786 51,783 68,642 100,758

161 HAMILTON, LEANNE .................................... HAMPEL-BALLAN, LISA MAUREEN ............. HANCOCK, CRYSTAL J. .............................. HANDLEY, TAMI............................................ HANSEN, BARRY ALLEN .............................. HANSEN, JENNA R. ..................................... HANSEN, SONJA E. ..................................... HARASYN, CHARLENE................................. HARDENNE, BARRY M. ............................... HARDER, JEFFERY K. ................................. HARDER, SHANNON .................................... HARDING, BRIAN G. .................................... HARDY, THOMAS ......................................... HAREUTHER, JOHN ..................................... HARGREAVES, LORNA ................................ HARMS, MARGOT......................................... HAROLDSON, LESLIE .................................. HARRADENCE, HUGH M. ............................ HARRIS, KELLY A. ....................................... HARRIS, MELISSA LYNN .............................. HARRIS-TOMLIN, VIOLET L. ........................ HARRON, SCOTT A. .................................... HART, MELANIE D. ...................................... HART, SHEILA FREDRIKA ............................ HARTMAN, MARK J. .................................... HARTWIG, LARRY ........................................ HARTY, DONNA ............................................ HARTZ, DARLENE C. ................................... HARVEY, JEFFREY PAUL ............................ HARVEY, ROSE ............................................ HARVEY-FAVEL, REBECCA ......................... HATTON, REBECCA ..................................... HAUSER, BRETT R. ..................................... HAWKES, TERENCE P. ............................... HAWRYLUK, JILL .......................................... HAWTIN, KIM J. ............................................ HAYDEN, CRAIG ........................................... HAYES, FRANK E. ........................................ HAYNES, AMANDA ....................................... HAYNES, ANDY ............................................ HAZEN, BENJAMIN R. ................................. HEAD, JASON WILLIAM ................................ HEAD, KYLIE M. ........................................... HEAD, NATASHA .......................................... HEALEY, THOMAS ........................................ HEBERT, PAUL ............................................. HEIDT, CARMEL ........................................... HEINRICHS, DWAYNE W. J. ........................ HELLOFS, PERRY ........................................ HENDERSON, EARL ..................................... HENDERSON, KELAN BENNETT ................. HENDERSON, RILEY C. ............................... HENDOUS, JANICE....................................... HENDRICKSON, BRIAN A. ........................... HENDRIX, ALLAN.......................................... HENNING, BRUCE D. ................................... HENRY, DARREN ......................................... HENRY, JOHN D. ......................................... HENRY, LARRY D. ....................................... HENRY, TRENT............................................. HERBACK, DIANE ......................................... HERBACK, LEAH R. ..................................... HERBACK, MARTY ....................................... HERDER, BARBARA M. ............................... HERGOTT, LESLIE M. .................................. HERMAN, GLEN J. ....................................... HEROUX, LAURA M. .................................... HESSON, DESIREE W. ................................ HIATT, JENNIFER L. .................................... HIATT, TIMOTHY........................................... HICKS, RODNEY A. JR. ............................... HICKS, TROY J. ........................................... HIEBERT, HERB............................................ HILDEBRAND, GORDON .............................. HILDEBRAND, ROBERT L. .......................... HILL, JEANNINE ADRIENNE .........................

64,140 88,150 65,818 100,943 75,717 86,599 133,927 60,184 68,487 66,845 59,104 51,709 95,491 61,582 112,268 69,604 82,660 270,989 88,866 54,047 69,574 79,884 63,227 51,192 58,332 157,520 76,150 59,382 62,803 82,822 74,020 62,084 65,853 145,470 64,992 64,781 55,744 69,446 54,477 70,449 71,953 51,591 168,345 88,791 162,210 114,921 67,994 61,516 83,793 79,891 56,674 60,404 50,688 171,570 68,912 270,989 59,761 84,067 93,892 59,773 64,249 56,312 66,707 88,061 52,267 171,570 57,430 67,726 85,494 66,077 67,131 68,894 83,560 81,230 89,513 63,413

162 HILTS, ELIZABETH ....................................... HINDLE, KAREN L. ...................................... HINDS, MURRAY J. ..................................... HINTZ, PAMELA ........................................... HLADIUK, DARRIN M. ................................. HLEWKA, SHELLEY ..................................... HNIDY-PULAK, SHARON ............................. HOBBS, JOHN ROBERT BORDEN .............. HODD, KAREN ............................................. HODGSON, KEVIN T. .................................. HOEBER, RANDALL SCOTT ........................ HOEFT, RICHARD ........................................ HOEGI, MARK W. ........................................ HOENECKE, CATHERINE P. ....................... HOEY, JENNIFER MARIE ............................. HOFFART, LISA A. ...................................... HOFFMAN, DAWN ........................................ HOFFMAN, PENNY L. .................................. HOFFMANN, AARON.................................... HOFFMANN, ERINN ..................................... HOFFMANN, KELLY S. ................................ HOGEL, ROBERT M. ................................... HOGUE, SHELLEY ....................................... HOLCOMB, ALAN E. .................................... HOLICK, GLEN P. ........................................ HOLICK, J. SHANNON.................................. HOLLIDAY, ROBERT .................................... HOLM, ORYN T. ........................................... HOMES, TAMMY .......................................... HONISH, CATHERINE J. S. ......................... HOOLAEFF, RICHARD A. ............................ HOPLEY, RICHARD GRANT ........................ HOPPE, CLINTON ........................................ HOPPER, JONATHAN .................................. HOPPER, SHELLEY ANN ............................. HORDAL, JALYNN ........................................ HORDICHUK, BRIAN E. ............................... HORDICHUK, RHONDA ............................... HORNE, CODY M. ....................................... HORSEFALL, MELVYN P. ........................... HORTNESS, ANGELIQUE ............................ HOTTINGER, CONSTANCE ......................... HOUK, DIANE JANETT ................................. HOULE, SHARYN ......................................... HOUNSELL, PATRICIA R. ........................... HOURIE, CONSTANCE ................................ HOWARTH, DARREN W. ............................. HOWAT, DALE K. C. .................................... HOWAT, MACK L. ........................................ HOWDEN, DON ............................................ HOWE, BERNARD WALTER ........................ HOWES, SHARON A. .................................. HOWLAND, DONALD K. .............................. HRAPPSTED, KARLENE M. ........................ HRENYK, JILL............................................... HRYHORCHUK, PETER A. .......................... HRYNCHYSHYN, JEFFREY ......................... HRYNENKO, MICHAEL ................................ HUBER, AMBER C. ...................................... HUCULAK, BETTY LOU................................ HUCULIAK, NICOLE DANIELLE ................... HUESER, RHONDA ...................................... HUFFMAN, TANIS F. ................................... HULET, JULIEN ............................................ HUMBLE, MURRAY ...................................... HUMPHRIES, KIMBERLY RAE ..................... HUNGLE, BEVERLY ..................................... HUNTER, LAURA L. ..................................... HUPP, SHERI A. .......................................... HURD, CHERYL............................................ HURT, BRADLEY .......................................... HUSLI, LUDWIG J. ....................................... HUSSAIN, FARZANA .................................... HUSTEJ, TERRI ............................................ HUTCHINGS, WM. GARY ............................. HUTCHINS, NICK J. .....................................

Justice 151,604 107,880 272,590 96,370 96,019 72,101 88,498 173,343 79,491 88,954 95,074 110,487 67,754 81,066 62,877 58,391 72,061 51,273 101,101 62,682 67,659 66,894 52,047 75,380 93,617 80,791 62,024 61,750 66,006 68,122 51,848 74,333 85,931 79,442 102,868 64,724 54,048 59,677 51,466 87,293 53,437 150,606 99,838 83,759 60,466 64,578 108,942 68,469 99,486 72,405 100,612 56,517 102,603 80,954 52,692 165,582 59,207 71,575 69,380 84,148 52,412 88,088 76,292 120,912 69,434 163,710 69,679 65,879 150,606 68,961 86,275 57,758 54,045 71,484 86,667 66,548

Public Accounts, 2014-15 HUTZUL, ALLAN ........................................... HUYTER, PAMELA J. ................................... HUZIEK, HEIDI .............................................. HYMERS, TERRY ......................................... IBANEZ, RALPH ............................................ IMPEY, BRAD................................................ IMPEY, FRANKLIN ........................................ INCE, PATRICK C. ....................................... INGRAM, ANITA KATHLEEN ........................ IRONBOW, MELISSA .................................... IRVINE, JOHN THOMSON ............................ IRVINE, KILEY LYNESSA PEARL ................. IRVINE, RANDALL C. ................................... IRWIN, MARTIN DONALD ............................. ISBISTER, BRAD........................................... ISBISTER, CINDY ANNE ............................... ISBISTER, JENNIFER ................................... ISBISTER, SCOTT D. ................................... IULA, MARK .................................................. IVANOCHKO, JENNIFER B. ......................... IZSAK, S. WAYNE ......................................... JACKIW, JANELLE ........................................ JACKSON, KELLY K. .................................... JACKSON, ROBERT D. ................................ JACOBS BROWN, KAREN ............................ JACOBSON, ALAN F. ................................... JACOBSON, LORI ......................................... JACQUES, GLEN .......................................... JAMES, MARNIE ........................................... JAMESON, DOUGLAS .................................. JANZ, STACEY.............................................. JANZEN, SHANNON L. ................................ JANZEN, SHAUNA ........................................ JASPAR, ANNETTE ...................................... JASPER, CRAIG............................................ JAYARAJAN NAIR RADHAMANY AMMA, RAKESH .................................................... JEAN, JOYCE ................................................ JENNINGS, SARAH....................................... JENNINGS, WILLIAM T. ............................... JENSEN, ALAN ............................................. JENSEN, ALAN I. ......................................... JOHANNSON, LEONARD B. ........................ JOHNER-WOLLBAUM, JADE ........................ JOHNSON, BLAINE ....................................... JOHNSON, BRENDA C. ............................... JOHNSON, CHALAYN R. ............................. JOHNSON, DAVID L. .................................... JOHNSON, DEANNA..................................... JOHNSON, DUANE ....................................... JOHNSON, HALEY ........................................ JOHNSON, HAROLD RAY ............................ JOHNSON, JOAN .......................................... JOHNSON, NADINE F. ................................. JOHNSON, ROBERT..................................... JOHNSON, SHELLEY ................................... JOHNSTONE LEDOUX, LANA C. ................. JOHNSTONE, BARBARA .............................. JOHNSTONE, PATTI ..................................... JONES, BRIAN L. A. ..................................... JONES, CHRISTOPHER ............................... JONES, CORY............................................... JONES, DAVID KIM ....................................... JONES, DIANNE B. ...................................... JONES, JUSTIN C. ....................................... JONES, KAYLA MARIE ................................. JONES, TRACY ............................................. JORDAN, BRIAN W. ..................................... JORDAN, FRANCES MARY .......................... JORDAN, KRISTA ......................................... JORDAN, RORY A. ....................................... JORDE, FAITH ANDREA ............................... JOUAN, ARNOLD C. .................................... KACZUR, ROBERT W. ................................. KAHL, KENDRA HOPE.................................. KAIP, JASON.................................................

61,022 63,287 64,978 100,758 86,213 80,406 156,222 54,240 88,003 71,878 164,865 59,293 86,691 75,846 62,015 60,779 65,769 62,563 60,604 56,010 57,594 108,427 64,585 269,359 61,715 150,606 80,134 150,837 62,137 100,758 69,521 51,513 50,822 91,650 67,561 101,222 92,971 68,675 172,167 64,473 55,136 62,472 68,314 94,829 54,102 54,353 52,352 79,638 103,870 58,211 152,988 67,833 84,191 56,987 83,122 53,375 73,394 82,218 93,920 67,314 71,730 165,582 57,532 79,583 54,213 88,447 58,480 100,758 67,510 71,337 108,218 66,516 60,666 56,279 53,478

Public Accounts, 2014-15 KAIP, KELLY L. ............................................ KAISER, DAVID JAMES ................................ KALENITH, EARL .......................................... KALMAKOFF, JEFF D. ................................. KALYN, MARIAN A. ...................................... KAMINSKI, GARY ALEXANDER ................... KAMINSKI, JANICE ....................................... KANUNGO, AVISHEK A. .............................. KARKUT, NEIL N. ......................................... KAROLY, GAIL .............................................. KASICK, CHRIS ............................................ KASOMA, LUTE L. ....................................... KATZELL, CHRIS .......................................... KAUL, THOMAS ............................................ KAYTER, KIMBERLEY JEAN ........................ KEELE, ROSS ............................................... KEIGHLEY, RAYMOND E. ........................... KEILLOR, CARMEN G. ................................ KELLER, DARYL ........................................... KELLETT, SHARON P. ................................. KENNEDY, CARLA ....................................... KENNEDY, CORRINNE J. . ........................... KENNON, JILL .............................................. KENNY, TANYA ............................................ KENT, STEPHEN J. ..................................... KERR, KEVIN ................................................ KERSLAKE, STEWART ................................ KESSLER, TRICIA ........................................ KETTERING, DEANNA LYNN ....................... KIDD, JAMES A. ........................................... KILDAW, TERRY VERNON ........................... KING, JULIE L. ............................................. KING, KAREN FAYE ..................................... KING, KIMBERLY .......................................... KINGWELL, NOEL A. ................................... KINVIG, KEVIN.............................................. KIPPENHUCK, JOCELYN ............................. KIRK, BOYD .................................................. KIRK, CAROL A. ........................................... KIRKNESS, JEFF .......................................... KIRKNESS, RYAN J. .................................... KIRTON, ROBERT CAREY ........................... KISH, MEGAN RUTH .................................... KJARSGAARD, LISA M. ............................... KLASSEN, CAROL L. ................................... KLASSEN, CARRIE A. ................................. KLASSEN, JARROD ..................................... KLASSEN, JAY ............................................. KLATT, BEVERLY ......................................... KLAUSE, BRENTON M. ............................... KLEINER, ROY R. ........................................ KLEISINGER, LEN ........................................ KLETZEL, SHELDON W. .............................. KLUGHART, ARLENE ................................... KMIECH, STEPHEN J. ................................. KNAUS, JENELLE ......................................... KNEBUSH, CYNTHIA .................................... KNELSEN, KEVIN ......................................... KNOWLES, JASON ....................................... KNOX, JOHN P. ........................................... KNUDSEN, JAY A. ....................................... KOBACK, JORDAN ....................................... KOCH, DEBORAH J. .................................... KOCHANSKI, THOMAS D. ........................... KOEHN, CAROL K. ...................................... KOLDYK, PHILIP ........................................... KOLENICK, PETER STEPHEN ..................... KOLYBABA, BRICE....................................... KONDRA, THOMAS P. ................................. KOOP, JULIA SUZANNE ............................... KOPECK, TRACI D. ..................................... KORCHINSKI, BRENDA................................ KOROLUK, RANDY A. ................................. KORYCKI, KEVIN .......................................... KOSCHINSKY, ANTHONY J. ....................... KOSKIE, PATRICK ROBERT ........................

Justice 150,606 120,107 264,469 264,469 61,860 69,259 91,206 61,547 97,008 84,382 79,944 81,562 67,851 59,148 70,017 103,262 87,470 69,333 79,347 65,226 95,562 62,206 67,046 63,520 83,742 65,652 56,569 78,714 83,406 70,095 102,039 59,361 76,432 68,397 61,722 70,247 84,390 59,326 73,122 61,524 54,111 54,050 76,168 59,251 62,997 64,460 71,365 73,825 174,570 264,419 70,463 83,523 73,001 76,471 108,426 52,438 76,433 62,828 69,392 106,132 73,597 94,550 50,265 127,614 54,936 75,608 263,301 83,661 90,294 58,525 68,695 165,582 107,597 91,505 165,582 269,359

163 KOSOWAN, LORI A. ..................................... KOSTEROSKI, JAIMIE L. .............................. KOVATCH, DOUGLAS JOHN ........................ KOWBEL, TREVOR ....................................... KOZAKAVICH, CURTIS ................................. KOZAN-LANGMAN, KATHY .......................... KOZUN, JEFF ................................................ KRACHER-MCGOWAN, DALLES M. ............ KRAFT, CAROL L. ........................................ KRAMER, CATLYNN V. ................................ KRAUSS, MICHELLE ANN ............................ KRAWCHUK, KAREN .................................... KREUNEN, PAMELA ..................................... KRISTENSEN, SHAWN H. ............................ KRITZER, STEPHEN KENNETH ................... KRUZENISKI, RONALD ................................. KUJAWA, MELODI......................................... KULYK, JANET M. ........................................ KULYK, JEFFREY J. M. ................................ KUMASSAH, GODKNOWS............................ KUNITZ, MICHELLE ...................................... KUPPENBENDER, SEAN .............................. KURTZ, ROBERT .......................................... KUSTIAK, KONRAD....................................... KUTZ, CHRISTINE......................................... KUXHAUS, ARDATH ..................................... KUZMA, JOHN ............................................... KWASNICIA, CAROL ..................................... KWIATKOWSKI, PIOTR ................................. KYLUIK, NESTOR ......................................... KYLUIK, SHANA M. ...................................... L'HEUREUX, MARC ...................................... LABACH, DARYL E. ...................................... LABASH, ANDREA ........................................ LABELLE, JENNY .......................................... LACEY, RONALD .......................................... LACK, BRENDAN R. ..................................... LACLAIRE, RICHARD.................................... LACZKO, CANDACE ..................................... LADHAM, SHAUN.......................................... LAENEN, ANGELA ........................................ LAFLEUR-GRAHAM, CHARLENE ................. LAFONTAINE, CHRISTOPHER JOSEPH ...... LAFONTAINE, KAYLEIGH-RAE MARIE ........ LAFONTAINE, MONIQUE JOY ...................... LAFRAMBOISE, DEREK................................ LAFRENIERE, JACQUELINE......................... LAFRENIERE, KERRY M. ............................. LAGUE, ROBERT G. .................................... LAIDLAW, TRACEY D. ................................. LAING, DESSA .............................................. LAING, GORDON R. ..................................... LAJEUNESSE, STACEY ................................ LAKE, SUSAN................................................ LALIBERTE, ESTELLE R. ............................. LALIBERTE, JODY L. ................................... LANCASTER, JANE....................................... LANDRY, MAURA C. .................................... LANE, ROBERT ............................................. LANG, DARLA ............................................... LANG, KEVIN A. ........................................... LANG, KIMBERLY ......................................... LANG, LEANNE M. ....................................... LANG, SHARON ............................................ LANGAGER, TODD GARY ............................ LANGE, TARYN ............................................. LANGFORD, TRACEY CHRISTINE ............... LAPIERRE, COLIN ........................................ LAPIERRE, RYAN ......................................... LAPOINTE, ANGELA G. ............................... LAPOINTE, SCOTT D. .................................. LARIVIERE, JAMIE R. .................................. LARIVIERE, RITA .......................................... LAROCHE, KATIE R. .................................... LAROCQUE, CLAYTON ................................ LAROQUE, DANIELLE ..................................

68,962 97,032 264,469 59,343 72,135 59,382 59,414 69,375 165,582 54,926 50,151 61,336 64,402 54,659 158,094 59,634 138,608 87,850 52,508 89,851 67,335 66,543 76,316 66,133 120,930 58,821 64,139 68,976 76,371 52,273 69,725 118,269 264,469 57,562 73,934 110,225 59,246 90,960 69,507 404,715 55,979 131,882 110,274 63,663 60,456 62,308 69,007 97,891 84,369 67,563 58,796 83,406 69,624 146,968 68,363 71,732 117,517 89,740 279,185 69,531 264,469 52,842 158,094 54,840 65,047 56,291 63,691 75,113 75,836 51,697 89,874 56,566 69,521 56,186 75,390 55,723

164 LARSEN, DALE M. ....................................... LARSON, CURTIS R. ................................... LARSON, DEBBIE LYNN .............................. LARSON, KEEGAN ....................................... LARSON, MELVIN D. ................................... LARSON, REGINALD B. .............................. LASHINSKI, BREANNE................................. LATURNAS, ARON JAMES .......................... LAUGHREN, TOM......................................... LAURIE, MAUREEN L. ................................. LAUZIERE, LOUIS J. .................................... LAVALLEE, PEGGY-LEE .............................. LAVALLEE, SHERYL .................................... LAVERGNE, MARC ...................................... LAVIOLETTE, CAROLINE E. ....................... LAVOIE, ALBERT.......................................... LAWFORD, RONDA-MICHELLE ................... LAXDAL, M. KEITH ....................................... LAZARUK, MATTHEW BRETT ..................... LEAS-FULLAWKA, ANGELA......................... LEASK, IRENE .............................................. LEASON, MELISSA ...................................... LEBLANC, ALBERT J. .................................. LEBLUE, STEPHANIE................................... LEDUC, COLLEEN........................................ LEE, CENEDELLA DAWN............................. LEE, PRUDENCE.......................................... LEEB, ASHLEY ............................................. LEGARE, JEHRI A. ...................................... LEGGETT, TREVOR ..................................... LEHKY, CONNIE ........................................... LEIBEL, KIMBERLY L. ................................. LEIER, DEBBIE ............................................. LEIER, NORM ............................................... LEINENWEBER, NICOLE ............................. LEIPPI, SAMANTHA ..................................... LELAND, JONATHAN B. .............................. LEMAY, CHRISTOPHER D. ......................... LEMAY, J. L. DANIEL .................................... LEN-MCCLELLAND, JAMIE .......................... LENNOX, DON .............................................. LERAT, CORY G. V. .................................... LESKOWSKI, DONALD................................. LESLIE, DAVID ............................................. LESLIE, GARY .............................................. LESNIEWSKI, KRIS ...................................... LESSMEISTER, DOUGLAS .......................... LETENDRE, JENNIFER ................................ LETENDRE, JOYCE ..................................... LETENDRE, MIKE......................................... LEVESQUE, MARNIE ................................... LEWICKI, MATTHEW .................................... LEWIS, JODI ................................................. LEYBOURNE, CAROL .................................. LINDGREN, SHERRI..................................... LINFITT, COREY........................................... LINTOTT, ROB .............................................. LIPP, SHIRLEY ............................................. LITOWSKI, THEODORE J. ........................... LITTLE, GLEN W. ......................................... LIVINGSTONE, LARRY M. ........................... LIVINGSTONE, SOMMER............................. LLOYD, GREGORY ...................................... LOCKERIDGE, JUSTIN D. ........................... LOCKSTEAD, GAIL....................................... LOCKYER, TONY ......................................... LOEFFEN, ALBERT ...................................... LOEWEN, STANLEY D. ............................... LOGAN, JAKE ............................................... LONGWORTH, MAUREEN ........................... LORENCE, MEL D. ...................................... LOTH, CALVIN GEORGE ............................. LOTT, COREY D. R. ..................................... LOVAS, SANDRA.......................................... LOVERICK, SYLVIA ...................................... LOWE, JACY.................................................

Justice 156,072 73,860 70,280 66,526 63,728 67,141 57,485 75,963 68,735 120,264 92,748 61,414 69,961 55,750 71,317 269,359 67,319 67,125 51,077 76,066 67,530 73,045 67,474 54,780 60,501 79,570 100,694 59,491 55,867 117,679 111,445 80,625 78,929 68,788 108,716 61,406 55,435 69,433 97,956 81,255 69,372 81,345 59,553 79,205 80,789 66,497 68,432 56,491 73,695 64,470 60,380 65,618 83,500 76,800 66,712 73,502 76,456 80,800 85,494 76,481 95,840 64,440 81,811 69,236 122,368 83,891 73,834 264,469 67,356 158,094 77,395 68,963 57,925 63,735 80,640 63,532

Public Accounts, 2014-15 LOWE, JUDITH ANN ..................................... LOWE, LORETTA R. .................................... LOWE, LORI R. ............................................ LOWE, TRACY C. ......................................... LUBYK, IRIS .................................................. LUBYK, JEFFREY ......................................... LUCAS, BARBARA M. .................................. LUCAS, KARI ................................................ LUCAS, MICHAEL ......................................... LUHNING, ARVID .......................................... LUKAWIECKI, CHRISTOPHER ..................... LUNG, BRADLEY D. ..................................... LUPANKO, GORD ......................................... LUSNEY, BERNADETTE ............................... LUSNEY, BRENT RUSSELL ......................... LUTES, IVAN H. ........................................... LUTTMAN, TAMMY ....................................... LUTZ, BLAINE D. .......................................... LYNCH, DENISE MARIE ............................... LYNDON, GREGORY J. ............................... LYONS, CHRISTOPHER K. .......................... MACDONALD, JEFFREY D. ......................... MACDONALD, SHELLEY .............................. MACDONALD, TERRY R. ............................. MACDOUGALL, ANGELA JUNE ................... MACINNIS, MARK ......................................... MACKAY, JONI.............................................. MACKENZIE, ROBERT ................................. MACKINNON, COLLEEN............................... MACKNAK, TREVOR .................................... MACKRELL, KEITH ....................................... MACLEOD, CHANTAL................................... MACLEOD, COLLEEN E. ............................. MACLEOD, TODD ......................................... MACNAB, THOMAS BRENT ......................... MACNAUGHTON, CYNTHIA FAY ................. MACORETTA, CHRISTOPHER J. ................ MACORETTA, VIRGINIA ............................... MACPHERSON, CHRISTINA M. .................. MAGOTIAUX, MARINA .................................. MAGUIRE, DUANE ........................................ MAHER, DEREK............................................ MAIER, BONNIE L. ....................................... MAIER, BRYAN ............................................. MAIER, DONNA F. ........................................ MAIER, KEVIN RONALD ............................... MAIER, PATRICIA L. .................................... MAK, CINDY .................................................. MAKELKI, CHARLENE A. ............................. MALESCHUK, WENDY ................................. MALMGREN, LUKE ....................................... MALONE, CARLA .......................................... MANHAS, DEBBIE ........................................ MANN, MALIA D. .......................................... MANN, ROBERT ........................................... MANN, SHAUNA ........................................... MANZ, DARLENE .......................................... MANZ, JEANNINE M. ................................... MANZ, MARGARET A. ................................. MANZ, ROBYN .............................................. MAR, STARLET G. ....................................... MARAK, CARLY R. ....................................... MARCIA, ROBERT ........................................ MARCOUX, KEVIN R. .................................. MARDELL, BUFFY ........................................ MARION, MARGARET JANE ........................ MARKATOS, MARIA...................................... MARKELL, MICHAEL .................................... MARKELL, MURRAY D. ............................... MARKLING, JUSTIN ...................................... MARKWART, SHARON ................................. MARQUETTE, MICHELLE GARNETTE ......... MARQUIS, CAROL ........................................ MARRACK, NANCY E. ................................. MARSCHAL, MICHAEL W. ........................... MARSHALL, DEANNA ...................................

59,382 61,638 52,047 59,247 65,696 150,606 59,803 64,446 65,887 111,101 67,568 64,011 87,127 67,136 106,375 85,464 58,497 71,612 54,832 160,458 113,685 68,205 61,705 84,618 68,937 63,889 62,415 169,451 66,031 82,674 71,545 53,650 67,372 63,769 165,582 59,382 72,167 149,940 87,427 66,058 52,768 150,606 70,562 60,155 92,168 69,121 72,939 93,607 60,701 84,750 62,506 63,135 71,580 59,500 70,063 66,468 52,295 54,641 53,383 73,449 73,527 55,043 65,247 72,244 73,551 86,765 129,759 68,183 65,511 66,207 83,058 76,822 78,560 69,562 56,918 54,840

Public Accounts, 2014-15 MARSHALL, PATRICIA A. ............................ MARTEL, LALAYNE ...................................... MARTIN, BETTY ........................................... MARTIN, RALPH R. S. ................................. MARTIN-TOURNEY, CHERYL ...................... MARTINEZ, LUIS H. ..................................... MARTINEZ, MIGUEL FERNANDO ................ MARTSINKIW, LORNA ANNE ....................... MARUD, CARMEN G. .................................. MARYNICK, MARVIN M. .............................. MASCHAK, KEITH M. ................................... MASLEY, DAWNA ......................................... MASON, MORGAN E. .................................. MASON, PAUL .............................................. MASSE, DANIELLE D. ................................. MATECHUK, FRANCIS ................................. MATECHUK, MICHELE ................................. MATERI, KAREN R. ..................................... MATHERS, DEBBIE ...................................... MATHESON, SHEILA .................................... MATHIES, NATHAN ...................................... MATICE, TIM J. ............................................ MATICE-REID, ELEANOR............................. MATKOWSKI, WALTER J. ........................... MATLOCK, JAMES R. .................................. MATRAVOLGYI, GREG ................................ MATSALLA, LESLIE ADOLPH ...................... MATTHEWS, COLLEEN M. .......................... MATTHEWSON, KURT J. ............................. MAURICE, JUSTINA ..................................... MAXWELL, D. KIRK ...................................... MAYER, CHRYSTAL ..................................... MAYRS, KIM ................................................. MAZENC, LAURA.......................................... MCADAM, P. MITCH ..................................... MCAVOY, MEGHAN ..................................... MCBEATH, ROBERT .................................... MCBRIDE, JANE TERESE ............................ MCCALLUM, PETER FRANK ........................ MCCALLUM, ROBERT .................................. MCCANN, ROBERT ...................................... MCCANNELL, COLIN J. J. ........................... MCCARRON, ANITA ..................................... MCCARTHY, JEFF S. ................................... MCCARTNEY, MICHELLE ............................ MCCASHIN, ANNAMAE AVERA ................... MCCORMICK, DEREK .................................. MCCORMICK, JARRED J. ........................... MCCOWAN, BRENDA................................... MCCRIMMON, DAVID ................................... MCDONALD, BEV L. .................................... MCDONALD, DAN......................................... MCDONALD, JESSE L. J. ............................ MCDONNELL, DEBBIE COLLEEN ................ MCDOUGALD, LANCE.................................. MCDOUGALL, CAMERON C. ...................... MCDOUGALL, CHERIE................................. MCDOUGALL, KATHI.................................... MCDOWELL, JANET L. ................................ MCDOWELL, JOCK E. ................................. MCEWEN, MONTE ....................................... MCFADYEN, MARK ...................................... MCFARLANE, THOMAS WESLEY ................ MCFEE, DALE R. ......................................... MCGOUGH, WENDY .................................... MCGOVERN, DARCY J. .............................. MCGREGOR, MEREDITH ............................. MCINTOSH, STEPHANIE ............................. MCINTYRE, BRIANNA J. ............................. MCIVOR, JANET ........................................... MCKAY, GERALDINE ................................... MCKAY, HILTON ........................................... MCKAY, RACHELLE ASHLEY ...................... MCKENNA, MICHELE ................................... MCKENZIE, ROBERT L. .............................. MCKERRICHER, MARILYNN ........................

Justice 59,968 59,285 64,666 71,097 66,852 79,806 277,510 71,483 55,737 64,982 50,525 56,680 59,485 70,454 57,480 64,782 69,257 70,017 66,439 52,043 69,764 55,914 56,421 149,796 57,345 87,344 90,506 75,926 77,131 50,956 79,907 51,103 69,620 97,020 174,989 107,880 87,432 69,007 83,487 56,215 167,946 63,775 77,013 101,010 65,652 71,393 57,970 53,264 63,206 71,295 77,253 101,582 64,133 63,250 61,360 67,455 71,450 83,661 55,548 96,495 67,742 164,375 86,441 240,642 51,464 174,570 70,870 67,315 60,112 277,483 69,142 69,521 56,820 71,750 57,085 60,506

165 MCLEAN, MICHAEL ...................................... MCLEAN, MICHAEL A. ................................. MCLEAN, NICOLE DAWN ............................. MCLENNAN, RONALD .................................. MCLEOD, WAYNE ......................................... MCNAB, CHRISTINE ..................................... MCNAB, TIM .................................................. MCNABB, CHARITIE ..................................... MCNABB, LIONEL E. .................................... MCNEILL, LYNNE .......................................... MCNEILL, SCOTT ......................................... MCOUAT, MARK W. ..................................... MCPHERSON, HEATHER ............................. MCQUEEN, NANCY ...................................... MCRAE, SHANON ......................................... MCSTAY, ALEXANDER ................................. MCSTAY, CREAG S. .................................... MEED, SYLVIA A. ......................................... MEEKMA, VIOLET H. ................................... MEIER, CAROL JEAN ................................... MELVIE, ANN MARIE .................................... MELZ, CODY ARTHUR ................................. MERCADO, REUBEN .................................... MERCIER-CORBEIL, BRIGITTE.................... MERIAM, GARNET ........................................ MERKEL, KAREN .......................................... MERKOSKY, JESSE...................................... MERRIMAN, JEANETTE M. .......................... METIVIER, GLEN S. ..................................... METIVIER, SHANNON LYNN ........................ MIAZGA, MATTHEW K. ................................ MIAZYK, MAURICE J..................................... MICHALYCIA, ALLAN J. ............................... MICHEL, SHERRI .......................................... MIELKE, GENE .............................................. MIERKE, WARREN D. .................................. MIKE, GEORGE............................................. MIKE, LORI .................................................... MILLARD, DONNA M. ................................... MILLARD, KERI ............................................. MILLER, AMANDA L ...................................... MILLER, BRYCE ............................................ MILLER, CHRISTOPHER .............................. MILLER, COLLEEN V. .................................. MILLER, CORY JOHN ................................... MILLER, EDWARD A. ................................... MILLER, GLENDA ......................................... MILLER, JEREMY MICHEAL ......................... MILLER, JOHN S. F. ..................................... MILLER, KIMBERLEY A. ............................... MILLER, MITCHELL....................................... MILLER, SHARON G. ................................... MILLER, TANYA J. ........................................ MILLER, WARREN F. ................................... MILLIGAN, JAMIE .......................................... MILLS, DWAYNE F. ...................................... MINKEN, STACEY ......................................... MINOR, OBREY M. ....................................... MINTZLER, FAYE M. .................................... MITCHELL, CATHY M. ................................. MITCHELL, DONNA L. .................................. MITCHELL, GRAEME G. .............................. MOFFAT, JARED........................................... MOFFAT, TYLER ........................................... MOHLE, ALLISON ......................................... MOK, KENNETH ............................................ MOLINA, LEYDI C. ........................................ MOLITWENIK, PATRICIA .............................. MOMBOURQUETTE, DUANE ....................... MONTEITH, RONNY...................................... MONTGRAND, LILLIAN P. ............................ MONUS, HEATHER ....................................... MOODY, BRENDA ......................................... MOONEY, CLAUDETTE ................................ MOORE, DEBBY ........................................... MOORE, GAIL C. ..........................................

82,593 124,585 106,377 65,556 52,695 76,011 60,697 65,886 133,830 75,894 78,843 66,600 65,462 65,437 71,916 93,311 85,466 69,548 131,690 71,076 75,894 86,005 86,514 67,823 58,583 91,435 71,915 91,683 83,406 264,469 138,969 97,009 62,597 54,703 64,797 75,846 69,147 67,732 62,675 68,647 72,318 60,698 62,953 54,164 50,897 61,612 52,047 57,890 80,552 80,657 158,094 60,995 52,581 92,025 134,235 103,322 63,768 86,982 62,943 53,225 110,730 174,570 75,514 67,673 68,909 90,796 69,624 69,587 71,144 98,106 74,780 52,531 60,706 64,077 68,676 51,286

166 MOORGEN, STEPHEN ................................. MORAVA, ABAZ M. ...................................... MORE, JEFF ................................................. MORGAN, BARRY GEORGE........................ MORIN, GERALD M. .................................... MORIN, ROSALEEN A. ................................ MORLEY, SHAYNE W. ................................ MORLOCK, CRAIG W. ................................. MORRALL, JOHN ......................................... MORRIS, JOYCE R. ..................................... MORRIS, MICHAEL ...................................... MORRISON, ANNE LOUISE ......................... MORRISON, BRETT H. ................................ MORRISON, JAN MICHAEL ......................... MORRISON, NEIL B. .................................... MORRISSETTE, TASHA ............................... MORTON, JAMES L. .................................... MOSES, CHRISTA ........................................ MOUNTFORD, DEEJAI W. ........................... MOUNTSTEPHEN, TROY ............................. MOWAT, ROBIN CHARLES .......................... MUIR, SHAUNINE H. ................................... MULLER, STACY M. .................................... MULLIGAN, JIM PATRICK ............................ MUND, TWILA D. ......................................... MUNDELL, DALE GORDON ......................... MUNDELL, TERAN J. ................................... MUNRO, GLEN T. ........................................ MUNRO, MARSHA D. .................................. MUNRO, MAURICE ...................................... MUNTAIN, ERIN............................................ MURA, CAROLYN......................................... MURA, ROBERT ........................................... MURCHIE, KATHRYN D. ............................. MURPHY, KATHARINE................................. MURPHY, ROXANNE ................................... MURPHY, SCOTT P. .................................... MURRAY, DESIREE ..................................... MURRAY, JAY D. ......................................... MYSKO, BARBARA ...................................... NADEAU, JURRAI D. ................................... NADON, DARREN ........................................ NAGY, LOGAN J. ......................................... NAIGLE, KIM ................................................. NAMETH, KRYSTAL ..................................... NAPADY, LYNETTE ...................................... NAVEED, SAMAR A. .................................... NAYLEN, KIMBERLEY .................................. NAZAR, LISA A. ........................................... NDLOVU, LEHLULEKILE M. ........................ NEALD, SHELDON ....................................... NEAULT, LYNNE E. ..................................... NEIGEL, JUSTIN ........................................... NEILSEN, CINDY .......................................... NEILSON, ARLENE ...................................... NELSON, JACE A. ....................................... NELSON, RILEY W. ..................................... NELSON, TARA ............................................ NERBAS, LYNNE V. .................................... NESSETH, PAMELA ..................................... NEUDORF, KENDA ...................................... NEUDORF, SANDRA .................................... NEUDORF, WESLEY A. ............................... NEUFELD, KERINDA L. ............................... NEUMAN, RONALD H. M. ............................ NEURAUTER, HEATHER ............................. NEUSTAETER, ROD..................................... NEVILLE, NEAL ............................................ NEWELL, SCOTT ALLAN ............................. NEWSHAM, KIMBERLEY D. ........................ NGUYEN, NGHIA T. ..................................... NGUYEN, VU ................................................ NICHOL, TANNIS .......................................... NICHOLLS NELSON, PAMELA A. ............... NICHOLSON, DEBBIE A. ............................. NICHOLSON, SHANE G. .............................

Justice 59,055 57,606 68,223 266,099 142,210 73,015 63,031 71,368 164,082 55,540 136,008 59,382 51,294 62,939 63,070 56,783 75,348 68,204 93,133 82,746 69,139 60,100 62,501 64,729 97,705 69,793 63,935 136,600 55,285 123,163 66,693 86,246 145,384 142,257 74,273 69,221 141,105 53,814 80,271 113,217 59,805 88,348 59,129 66,079 83,509 66,294 50,307 83,722 52,516 55,758 56,562 69,522 54,521 68,957 83,778 63,914 70,963 52,187 53,505 63,947 83,913 81,478 78,630 82,827 72,197 77,890 61,867 72,817 152,645 113,157 73,754 61,726 53,280 76,161 53,430 50,842

Public Accounts, 2014-15 NICKEL, ARLEN ............................................ NIELSEN, BRUCE W ..................................... NIETO, FEDERICO........................................ NIEZNALSKI, RADOSLAW DOMINIC............ NIKLAS, PATRICIA ........................................ NIXON, LACEY M. ........................................ NJAA, JAMIE ................................................. NKWAZI, BERYL ........................................... NOBLE, ALISON............................................ NOBLE, WENDY D. ...................................... NOKINSKY, LISA........................................... NOLAN, MARLENE ....................................... NOLIN, CHRIS L. .......................................... NOLTCHO-CLARKE, EUNICE GAIL .............. NORDIN, MICHAEL A. .................................. NORMAN, JEFFERY J. ................................ NORTHCOTT, NORMAN B. ......................... NORTON, HERB L. ....................................... NOWOSELSKY, CRYSTAL ........................... NOYES, ROGER ........................................... NYE, CARISSA L. ......................................... O'BRIEN, LUCILLE A. ................................... O'CONNOR, LORI E. .................................... O'DONNELL, BRANDON GARRY ................. O'HANLON, DANIEL...................................... O'REILLY, LUC L. ......................................... OAR, SCOTT W. ........................................... OGDEN, BARRY ........................................... OGLE, STEVEN R. ....................................... OHASHI, CHARITA........................................ OLARIE, DIANNE L. ..................................... OLBRICH, DARRELL..................................... OLDRIDGE, PETER ...................................... OLEKSYN, CAROLINE .................................. OLENCHUK, TYLA ........................................ OLIVER, JOE ................................................. OLSEN, WADE E. ......................................... OLSON, CARLIE A. ...................................... OLSON, JESSICA ......................................... OLSON, KAYLA ............................................. OLSON, LESLEY J. ...................................... OLSON, SHERYL .......................................... OLSON, TROY DOUGLAS ............................ OLTEAN, MICHAEL ....................................... OMENE, MARIA ............................................ OMORODION, DAVID NOSAKHARE ............ ONSLOW, CARLA ......................................... ONYSKEVITCH, KELLY A. ........................... OPEKOKEW, MATTHEW J. ......................... ORELLANA, RONAL...................................... ORTH, ADAM ................................................ ORTHNER, JUDITH A. ................................. OSICKI, THEODORE..................................... OSTOFOROFF, ANDREW ............................ OSTOFOROFF, JENNIFER J. ...................... OUELLETTE, JESSICA ................................. OUELLETTE, TERRY VICTOR ...................... OWEN, BETTY MAE...................................... OWENS, HUGH ............................................. OXEBIN, NORVILLE T. ................................. OZMUN, FAYE L. ......................................... OZMUN, MATTHEW P. ................................ PAISLEY, KIM J. ........................................... PALASCHUK, JEFFREY................................ PALMER, DEBBIE ......................................... PALMER, JAMES A. ..................................... PALMER, JEFF.............................................. PALMER, SHAUNA M. ................................. PANAGABKO, LORETTE .............................. PANCHUK, BARRY M. ................................. PANG, PAUL ON-HONG ............................... PANNELL, CHRISTY ..................................... PAPUZYNSKI, DIANE ................................... PARADOWSKI, JONATHAN.......................... PARENT, BRADLEY R. ................................ PARENTEAU, ERIK R. .................................

55,883 64,325 63,157 70,347 63,786 56,237 99,391 55,810 91,729 102,034 73,449 69,241 68,842 96,083 60,192 81,971 51,811 58,354 64,470 70,291 53,742 73,855 102,759 71,061 266,099 68,697 64,775 66,187 87,837 160,044 60,441 97,862 64,759 78,295 133,503 90,204 63,519 98,927 64,989 71,872 84,764 57,359 95,354 81,483 89,697 97,249 69,428 116,417 68,949 68,778 69,147 133,587 57,316 67,963 67,434 69,564 76,467 65,634 64,342 62,239 81,768 50,172 92,299 84,098 88,110 61,585 76,313 69,243 61,623 75,303 128,989 125,382 82,500 64,506 63,875 65,532

Public Accounts, 2014-15 PARENTEAU, JANE ...................................... PARENTEAU, SHERRY ................................ PARISIAN, SHARILEE A. ............................. PARK, NEIL ................................................... PARK-ULRIKSEN, ELAINE ........................... PARKER, GARY J. ....................................... PARKER, JARRETT ...................................... PARKER, ROBBIE ........................................ PASAP, NATHAN R. ..................................... PASETKA, MARY .......................................... PASHOVITZ, BRYCE .................................... PASKIW, JANICE .......................................... PASLAWSKI, NICOLE J. .............................. PASTERNAK, VINCE .................................... PATEMAN, MELISSA M. .............................. PATON, JESSIE ............................................ PATRICK, LORI ............................................. PAUL, LINDA................................................. PAWLIW, DERRICK ...................................... PAWLIW, REGAN B. .................................... PAWLUK, WENDY ........................................ PAWLYSHYN, KATHLEEN T. ...................... PAYNE, JOSEPH MURRAY .......................... PEACH, RICHARD ........................................ PEARL, AMANDA.......................................... PEDERSEN, LEE .......................................... PEDERSEN, RAGAN S. ............................... PEDERSON, CHRIS ..................................... PEET, CHRISTINE ........................................ PELLERIN, LINDSAY MARIE ........................ PELLETIER, CLAUDE ................................... PELLETIER, COLLEEN M. ........................... PELLETIER, LISA ANNE ............................... PELLETIER, RONALD................................... PELLETIER, SHERYL ................................... PELZER, ROBERT ........................................ PENNER, SHAWN ........................................ PENNER-MAYOH, CHRIS............................. PENNY, CHADWIN G. .................................. PENTZ, BRADLEY ........................................ PEPPER, DEBORAH..................................... PERDICARIS, BILL ....................................... PERLITZ, DARCY D. .................................... PERRON, DONALD J. H. ............................. PERROT, JENNA LOUISE ............................ PERRY, TRENT C. ....................................... PETER, GREGORY M. ................................. PETERS, LEANNE ........................................ PETERS, LINDA ............................................ PETERS, MARY ............................................ PETERS, WESLEY P. .................................. PETERSON, CRAIG...................................... PETERSON, JAN MICHELLE........................ PETERSON, JENNIFER................................ PETERSON, MARTIN TODD ........................ PETIT, MERVIN KENNETH ........................... PETIT, TYLER M. ......................................... PETRESCUE, KIM ........................................ PETRYSHEN, ERIN ...................................... PHANEUF, DARREN..................................... PHILIBERT, PETER PAUL ............................ PHILIPATION, LANA ..................................... PHILLIPS, COURTENAY TOMOKO .............. PHILLPOT, DANIEL ...................................... PICHE, MICHEL ............................................ PICKARD, GERRI ......................................... PICKERING, LEANNA ................................... PICKFORD, BENJAMIN A. ........................... PICOT, KIM DEE ........................................... PICOT, ROBERT A. ..................................... PILON, BERNIE E. ....................................... PILON, KEITH R. .......................................... PILON, MICHAEL A. J. ................................. PILOT, AYLAN .............................................. PILOT, DEBRA G. ........................................ PINAY, GERRY .............................................

Justice 69,447 68,717 90,620 93,754 100,426 149,878 132,324 158,094 92,034 63,219 150,606 64,228 56,891 63,026 55,134 71,685 97,494 76,260 77,394 62,196 61,891 51,654 78,937 121,722 64,787 61,379 63,016 85,897 65,951 52,562 66,505 51,498 62,309 146,252 53,886 81,481 60,877 59,197 73,571 69,624 81,544 65,770 66,432 69,486 54,851 67,913 74,152 59,136 96,622 75,967 66,406 66,020 56,562 68,935 73,633 83,554 63,555 76,925 70,820 91,632 65,484 74,321 105,585 62,150 165,582 71,611 67,080 73,500 73,217 70,605 67,795 59,994 125,382 59,133 51,916 74,339

167 PINO, XIMENA M. ......................................... PIPER, DIANA ............................................... PIPER, GREG B. .......................................... PIPPUS, KURT S. ......................................... PLANTE, KRISTEN J. ................................... PLAUNT, CARMEN........................................ PLEMEL, JAMES A. ...................................... PLUHOWY, JESSICA ANNE MARIE ............. POCHA, DARREN D. .................................... POCHA, TAMMY ........................................... POCHA, TIMOTHY ALLAN ............................ PODHORODESKI, JARED ............................ PODHORODESKI, JUSTIN K. ...................... POIRIER, HOLLY V. ..................................... POITRAS, CARSON G. ................................. POITRAS, LEO A. ......................................... POLLOCK, ALLAN N. ................................... POLLOM, ANGIE M. ..................................... POLONICH, STACEY .................................... POLOWYK, SCOTT D. ................................. POOL, KENNETH JACK ................................ POOLER, DAN............................................... POPESCUE, KURT........................................ POPOFF, AMANDA ....................................... POPOVICI, CHRISTINA C. ........................... POTTRUFF, BETTY ANN .............................. POULIN, ANDREW L. J. ............................... POWELL, CARLA .......................................... PRATCHLER, SHARON H. ........................... PREDIGER, FRANCES ................................. PREDIGER, KYLE ......................................... PRESCESKY, LEON...................................... PRESTON, KARLA ........................................ PRETTYSHIELD, COLLEEN E. ..................... PRICE, DOUG ............................................... PRICE, PAUL................................................. PRICE, SHAWNA L. ...................................... PRIMEAU, JASON ......................................... PRITCHARD, MERVIN .................................. PRITCHARD, RANDY .................................... PRITCHARD, RENEE G. .............................. PROSKO, DEAN ............................................ PROTSKO, JONATHAN W. .......................... PROTZ, NICOLE............................................ PROVIS, WILLIAM ......................................... PRUEHS, JASON .......................................... PRYCE, CYRIL T. ......................................... PRYCE, DAVID MATTHEW ........................... PRYSTAY, E. BEN......................................... PRYZNYK, TAMMY ELEANOR...................... PUDLO, RODNEY C. .................................... PUFF, SHELLY .............................................. PULLMAN, AARON........................................ PUNTER, GORDON D. ................................. PURDY, JESSICA LYNN ............................... PURVES, CINDY M. ..................................... PUSCUS, DYLAN M. .................................... PUTLAND WIEBE, JOCELYN C. .................. PUTZ, DARLENE ........................................... PYLE, MICHAEL A. ....................................... PYNE, MICHELLE ......................................... QUAAL, ANNA ............................................... QUAAL, DARREN .......................................... QUARONI, NORMA ....................................... QUEWEZANCE, BRANDY L. ........................ QUIJADA-SAWITSKY, VICTOR ..................... RABUT, DARCY H. ....................................... RABYJ, LINSAY ANGELA.............................. RACETTE, DONALD...................................... RADCHUK, MARVIN H. ................................ RANDALL, MARILYN ..................................... RANKIN, CHERYL ......................................... RASMUSSEN, NOREEN C. .......................... RATT, LEANNE ............................................. RAUERT, DAVID ........................................... RAWLUK, BARBARA L. ................................

61,844 101,208 84,091 69,564 58,742 72,044 269,359 61,654 65,931 66,285 77,704 66,059 69,130 55,848 59,515 83,728 51,066 67,314 57,404 84,465 52,548 116,757 57,689 59,017 71,088 219,788 50,838 81,658 127,048 50,514 59,619 51,362 72,640 69,242 90,791 74,305 54,477 65,086 66,837 103,241 73,342 65,261 57,708 78,992 68,959 72,008 108,963 58,416 69,166 126,167 83,383 70,881 52,906 79,222 77,556 54,707 66,040 86,082 90,500 77,744 83,721 69,011 64,948 91,575 64,574 52,604 73,268 112,884 63,756 75,528 51,224 59,382 71,870 52,559 75,728 55,581

168 RAYBURN, GINA .......................................... RAYNER, DARYL L. ..................................... READ, CASPER H. ...................................... REBEYKA, MIKE ........................................... RECTOR, BRIAN LOUIS ............................... REDMAN, NAOMI C. .................................... REDWOOD, LAWRENCE DAVID.................. REECE, ADAM V. ........................................ REEDY, TRACEY.......................................... REES, BARRY .............................................. REEVES, DARIN E. ..................................... REGIER, RHONDA ....................................... REGNIER, MICHAEL .................................... REICHENBERG, LORRAINE ........................ REID, ARLENE GAYLE ................................. REID, CALVIN E. .......................................... REID, SUZANNE ........................................... REIMER, VICKI ............................................. REINBRECHT, RYAN B. .............................. REIS, PATRICK ANTHONY .......................... REMPEL, CHERYL A. .................................. RENNER, LISA ............................................. RESCHNY-BRETZER, TRACY ..................... REYNOLDS, BRENDA .................................. RHINELANDER, JOHN J. ............................. RHODES, CHARLENE .................................. RHYMER, ADAM L. ...................................... RHYMER, SARA A. ...................................... RICE, VAUGHN ............................................ RICHE, DERRY ............................................. RIEGER, DEREK .......................................... RIEMER, GISELHER .................................... RIENDEAU, MARC ....................................... RINGHEIM, LARRY W. ................................ RITCHIE, CARA L. ....................................... RITCHIE, CINDY B. ...................................... RITCHIE, DAVID BLAIR ................................ RITCO, MARIA .............................................. RITTER, ROBIN D. ....................................... RIVALIN, BRADLEY J. L. ............................. ROACH, CHELSEY J. .................................. ROBERTS, BRANDI MARIA.......................... ROBERTS, JOSEPH G. R. ........................... ROBERTSON, RANDEAH............................. ROBERTSON, REID C. ................................ ROBINSON, JESSICA D. ............................. ROBINSON, SIDNEY IVOR........................... ROBSON, JESSICA ...................................... ROCHELEAU, W. BARKLEY......................... ROCK, JEFFREY E. ..................................... ROCK, TAMARA ANASTASIA ...................... RODAS, MARIA S. ....................................... RODGERS, BUFFY....................................... RODGERS, STEVEN HOWARD ................... RODIE, MARLENE L. ................................... ROEBUCK, ANGELA .................................... ROFLIK, ROBERT......................................... ROGAL, JULIE .............................................. ROGAL, PATRICK ........................................ ROGALA, TRACY ......................................... ROGERS, WADE J. ..................................... ROGOZINSKI, MICHELLE ............................ ROHATYNSKY, YVONNE ............................. ROLSTON, LISA J. ....................................... ROMMELAERE, GAIL M. ............................. RONDEAU, KIRK MALCOLM ........................ ROODE, SHANNON DARLEEN .................... ROOKES, BRAD MICHAEL........................... RORKE, BRENDA ......................................... ROSE, TAMMY ............................................. ROSENTHAL, BERYL N. ............................. ROSETTE, VERNA ....................................... ROSIAK, BRANDI ......................................... ROSIN, JANEAN ........................................... ROSLINSKI, STEVE M. ................................ ROSS, ANGELA ............................................

Justice 64,469 209,594 59,180 70,547 147,138 50,596 111,517 71,537 50,391 98,169 128,145 62,225 115,994 69,548 69,138 68,132 118,414 50,284 51,215 264,281 60,731 95,831 84,142 68,915 83,406 72,262 55,575 54,859 57,458 113,570 50,546 74,810 81,616 62,320 62,927 109,791 97,995 59,151 165,582 62,779 90,154 61,014 73,435 63,636 72,380 59,979 277,510 60,354 69,484 86,648 87,744 62,780 150,606 68,173 91,650 73,155 66,773 62,184 63,374 65,496 98,844 77,464 67,263 54,631 56,209 113,081 80,698 79,774 96,330 57,613 63,848 67,821 68,220 64,839 95,645 53,566

Public Accounts, 2014-15 ROSS, CHELSY ............................................ ROSS, GLORIA J. ........................................ ROSS, KEVIN A. ........................................... ROSS, LORIE ................................................ ROSS, MELISSA ........................................... ROSS, RONALD MICHAEL ........................... ROSTESKI, TAMMY ...................................... ROTHENBURGER, TRAVIS K....................... ROUATT, MARIA ........................................... ROUSSEAU, DAWN M. ................................ ROY, FRANCIS C. ........................................ ROY, KATHERINE M. ................................... RUDD, CAROL .............................................. RUDDERHAM, KIRBY R. .............................. RUECKER, RONALD SCOTT ........................ RUMBALL, KIMBERLI ................................... RUMBAUGH, ANDREW ................................ RUNQUIST, JASON ...................................... RUSHINKO, BEVERLY ANN ......................... RUSNAK, CHRISTINE ................................... RUSNAK, KIMBERLY CARMEL .................... RUSNAK-SWENSON, CARA ......................... RUSSELL, DARCIA ....................................... RUSSELL, TODD .......................................... RUSSELL, TYLER C. .................................... RUSSILL, JASON .......................................... RUST, KAREN ............................................... RUZNISKY, LARISSA .................................... RYALLS, KENNETH ...................................... RYAN, HELEN A. .......................................... RYBCHUK, JAMES F. .................................. RYBINSKI, MICHAEL F. J. ............................ RYCZAK, TABETHA ...................................... SAAVEDRA, HERMES .................................. SABISTON, BENTE B. .................................. SABISTON, LORI .......................................... SABO, KRISTA D. ........................................ SAGAL, FRANCIS ......................................... SAGEL, PAUL ............................................... SALTASUK, ERIN.......................................... SAMPSON, MARIA ........................................ SAMSON, RONALD C. ................................. SANBORN, BENJAMIN ................................. SANDERS, LAURE A. .................................. SANDERSON, MICHAEL S. ......................... SANDERSON, TERRY .................................. SANGWAIS, HOWARD ................................. SANTANA, TESSA ........................................ SANTBERGEN, MIRANDA ............................ SANTHA, CLARA T. ..................................... SARAI, SUNEIL ............................................. SARCHUK, CYRIL K. .................................... SAUL-THOM, CELESTINE ............................ SAULNIER, GILES ........................................ SAVAGE, STEVEN R. .................................. SAWA, NANCY H. ........................................ SAWATZKY, KEVIN....................................... SAWCHUK, ANGELA M. .............................. SAWCHUK, KAREN ...................................... SAWCHUK, TANYA ....................................... SCARROW, MARLIES................................... SCHAAB, ANNA M. ...................................... SCHAAN, LOWELL........................................ SCHAMBORZKI, DAYNA M. ......................... SCHERGER, MEGHAN E. ............................ SCHERR, CARLA D. .................................... SCHIENBEIN, LEE ANNE.............................. SCHILLER, JORDAN D. ............................... SCHILLER, KEVIN......................................... SCHLOEGEL, LISA ....................................... SCHMALZ, ANDREA ..................................... SCHMALZ, DEAN .......................................... SCHMIDT, CHERYLDENE J. ........................ SCHMIDT, DARRELL C. ............................... SCHMIDT, JENNIFER SARAH ...................... SCHMIDT, WADE ..........................................

86,936 69,522 65,268 99,606 65,344 76,078 69,058 66,077 73,693 75,639 53,642 93,863 64,958 69,248 79,582 69,289 100,043 103,726 59,382 69,095 60,831 57,729 68,349 60,140 55,627 101,439 64,941 57,688 80,504 76,556 264,469 80,824 51,131 52,125 61,800 61,267 81,821 62,719 95,535 54,002 62,104 67,983 64,005 65,103 73,663 101,166 65,008 69,026 83,737 63,495 101,829 72,417 58,961 113,173 71,181 81,397 68,095 69,713 77,481 69,521 57,009 81,614 54,457 68,012 68,078 78,012 158,094 55,965 85,846 68,612 56,898 64,143 59,185 78,907 125,382 71,715

Public Accounts, 2014-15 SCHMIDTZ, KIM ANNE ................................. SCHMUNK, BEVERLEY ................................ SCHNELL, DORIS U. ................................... SCHNELL, SANDRA J. ................................. SCHRADER, ALLEN ..................................... SCHRADER, BRODEY.................................. SCHRADER, CATHY MARY ......................... SCHREUER, ELAINE .................................... SCHROEDER, TYSON M. ............................ SCHROH, ERIN LEIGH ................................. SCHUBA, RAELEEN ..................................... SCHURR, KELVIN D. ................................... SCHURY, ROXANE ...................................... SCHWAN, DEAN ........................................... SCHWANKE, KRISTEN................................. SCHWARTZ, BRAD ...................................... SCHWARTZ, CAROL D. ............................... SCHWARTZ, MICHELLE ............................... SCHWITZER, TERRY ................................... SCOTT, CAMERON ...................................... SCOTT, DONNA............................................ SCOTT, PAUL A. F. ...................................... SCOTT, PHILIP D. ........................................ SCOTT, RAYLENE D. .................................. SCOTTON, EDWARD ................................... SCRIVER, HEATHER .................................... SEATON, LINDSEY ....................................... SEBESTEN, JUSTIN B. ................................ SEBULSKY, HEATHER ................................. SEDLOVITCH, CONSTANCE........................ SEEBACK, DARIN L. .................................... SEED, WENDY ANNE ................................... SEGU, MICHAEL A. ..................................... SEIB, DARRELL RAYMOND ......................... SEIDLER, REAGAN REESE ......................... SEIFERLING, LETA ...................................... SEIME, JEFFREY LYNDON .......................... SEIVEWRIGHT, DAREN ............................... SELIN, LINDA................................................ SELINGER, MURRAY PHILIP ....................... SENDECKI, LOUISE A. ................................ SERIGHT, SAMANTHA ................................. SERVICE, BRYNN K. ................................... SETO, ALVIN L. ............................................ SEWARD, SHAYLEEN M. ............................ SHAH, ALI A. S. ............................................ SHAHI, JARNAIL S. ...................................... SHALASHNIY, ALEXANDER K. V. ............... SHATILLA, MIKE ........................................... SHAW, COLE T. ........................................... SHEA, ALVIN ................................................ SHELDON, NORMA IRENE .......................... SHEPPARD, GAIL J. .................................... SHERSTOBETOV, GEORGE ........................ SHEWCHUK, TODD R. ................................ SHIER, JOANNE C. ...................................... SHMYR, BRENDA ANN ................................ SHORE, AMANDA......................................... SIGFUSSON, CHRIS..................................... SILDE, MARV R. .......................................... SILVA, ANGELA ............................................ SILVER, NIKKI .............................................. SIMON, TERRI .............................................. SINCLAIR, HEATHER A. .............................. SINCLAIR, TREVOR W. ............................... SINCLAIR, W. DEAN ..................................... SINGER, BARRY MICHAEL .......................... SISOUPHONE, PIN ....................................... SKAALRUD, MARLENE ................................ SKAFEL, TERRI-ANN.................................... SKILTON, CANDACE .................................... SKORETZ, HEATHER ................................... SKRUDLAND, DEREK .................................. SKRUDLAND, TRENT ................................... SLABAIDA, GREGG ...................................... SLIVA, DENISE .............................................

Justice 62,791 80,880 122,907 95,180 64,178 69,263 121,269 75,747 52,407 103,414 70,230 69,523 92,429 64,797 56,713 61,119 74,985 84,273 68,979 175,149 263,256 85,494 68,957 59,649 66,691 163,749 62,961 56,895 51,357 58,571 58,002 67,527 153,600 86,054 51,716 81,238 113,502 69,478 114,183 88,251 86,130 60,005 73,380 99,672 50,428 51,816 81,556 69,546 82,748 57,875 100,342 98,434 53,786 56,595 57,666 89,515 64,505 86,294 68,130 78,059 74,552 94,163 85,066 165,582 73,972 174,570 263,129 70,351 59,382 57,749 62,642 63,735 65,918 94,524 56,721 68,882

169 SLOAN, REGAN CARA JEAN........................ SLUSAR, BRENDA ........................................ SLY, MICHAEL .............................................. SLYWKA, JODI .............................................. SMIDT, TRINA ............................................... SMITH, DARREN VERN ................................ SMITH, DENNIS ............................................ SMITH, JANIS ................................................ SMITH, KAREN D. L. .................................... SMITH, LINTON J. ........................................ SMITH, LORETTA ......................................... SMITH, TODD G. .......................................... SMITH, VICTORIA ......................................... SNELL, CAROL A. ........................................ SNIDER, STEPHEN ....................................... SNYDER, RYAN ............................................ SOLAR, MARCY JEAN .................................. SOLSTEN, KRISTOPHER ............................. SOMMERVILL, PATRICK J. .......................... SOOKOCHEFF, FLOYD ................................ SOROKA, DARCY ......................................... SORSDAHL, NICOLE .................................... SOTSKI, JANET L. ........................................ SPEARMAN, DIANE ...................................... SPEARMAN, LAURA E. ................................ SPENCER, KYLE J. ...................................... SPERLING, STEVEN W. ............................... SPICER, JOSHUA K. .................................... SPIES, TODD ................................................ SPRATT, SANDRA ........................................ SPRIGGS, ARTHUR J. ................................. SPRIGGS, LARRY BARTON ......................... SQUIRE, JAMES G. ...................................... ST DENIS, CLINT .......................................... ST MICHEL, MARK ........................................ ST. AMAND, HEIDI ........................................ ST. HILAIRE, DIANDRA C. ........................... STACH, CURTIS............................................ STADNYK, MICHAEL ANDREW .................... STAHL, DORINDA M. ................................... STALLARD, COURTNEY ............................... STAMM, AMY R. ........................................... STANEK, JILL DENISE .................................. STANG, D. BEVERLEY ................................. STANG, JASMIN............................................ STANLEY, TANYA M. ................................... STANLEY, WARREN ..................................... STAPLETON, AMY JO ANNE MARIE ............ STARR, BILLY-JOE D. .................................. STARTUP, KAREN A. ................................... STASIUK, RUSSELL P. ................................ STEELE, ARYN CAMILLA ............................. STEIN, AUBREY ............................................ STEPHEN, DANE D. ..................................... STEPHEN, ROSS .......................................... STEPHENS, EDWARD BURTON .................. STERLING, SHAYLENE M. .......................... STEVENS, ANGELA ...................................... STEVENS, CORINNE .................................... STEVENS, E. TRAVIS ................................... STEVENSON, LAURA ................................... STEVENSON, LAURIE .................................. STEVENSON, PAULLA ................................. STEVENSON, STUART ANTHONY ............... STEWART, GORDON C. .............................. STEWART, GREGORY WARREN ................. STEWART, KIMBERLEY R. .......................... STEWART, ROBERT KENT .......................... STEWART, TRACY LYNN ............................. STIGLITZ, PENNY M. ................................... STIGLITZ, ROSE ........................................... STIGLITZ, TIM ............................................... STINNEN, MAUREEN ANNE ......................... STINSON, TANYA ......................................... STIRTON, JOANNE ....................................... STRATYCHUK, DAVID M. ............................

75,072 75,992 78,377 75,474 94,326 60,761 62,455 52,714 51,801 144,455 83,842 66,608 81,462 214,699 64,871 150,606 55,015 68,954 130,915 62,145 62,415 84,173 53,499 86,991 58,061 73,479 80,956 62,095 92,700 51,217 69,404 63,278 99,486 64,184 82,021 54,789 74,867 64,680 88,266 125,188 50,284 64,864 66,237 65,848 64,872 68,989 71,735 68,946 53,066 52,893 76,471 67,552 75,903 95,261 69,833 106,269 58,353 62,474 62,497 124,472 71,176 69,153 62,696 71,668 53,023 74,812 62,300 163,247 76,019 81,467 53,317 78,546 105,707 67,400 61,739 64,978

170 STRAWFORD, KYLE R. ............................... STRELIOFF, BRIAN ...................................... STRELIOFF, CAROL..................................... STRETCH, DARREN SCOTT........................ STRICKER, BARRIE W. ............................... STROHAN, SHARON .................................... STUBBINGTON, BRETT J. .......................... STUBBS, ALLEN C. ..................................... STUCKEY, KATHLEEN HELEN .................... SULLIVAN, CRISTIN MARIE ......................... SULLIVAN, JANET ANN ............................... SUWINSKI, WENDELL.................................. SWAENEPOEL, VONNA ............................... SWALES, DELORES E. ............................... SWALM, CHERYL-LYNN .............................. SWAN, JOSEPH ........................................... SWAN, WENDI .............................................. SYHLONYK, TYLER ..................................... SYRNICK, JOHN EUGENE ........................... SZMUKIER, ANTHONY................................. SZYDA, DIANE MARIE ................................. SZYDA, MARK .............................................. TALBOT, CURTIS W. ................................... TAMAYO, REX B. ......................................... TANK, ERIN .................................................. TANNER, DEAN F. W. ................................. TARGERSON, JYL........................................ TARGERSON, TREVOR LEE ....................... TARNOWSKI, MELANIE ............................... TARR, FREDERICK ...................................... TASCHUK, JACQUELINE A. ........................ TASH, BRENDAN P. .................................... TATARYNOVICH, MARY L. ......................... TAYLOR, DEBORAH S. ............................... TAYLOR, HAILEE ......................................... TAYLOR, JAMES .......................................... TAYLOR, SCOTT K. ..................................... TEED, DEBBIE .............................................. TEETER, KERI .............................................. TEMPLE, WENDY ......................................... TERCERO, RYAN ......................................... TERICHOW, CAREY ..................................... TERICHOW, DEAN ....................................... TERNESS, CHERYL ..................................... TERRY, KARLA ............................................ TESAROWSKI, DALE ................................... TETLOCK, WAYNE M. ................................. TETZ, KEVIN J. ............................................ TEWELDE, GHEREZGHIHER....................... TEWKSBURY, JIM H. ................................... THAVER, LERISSA ....................................... THIELE, PATRICK ........................................ THOENNES, NATASCHA ASTRID ............... THOMAS, LYNVAL ....................................... THOMAS, RUSS E. ...................................... THOMAS, RYAN W. ..................................... THOMPSON, ARVID TERRY ........................ THOMPSON, CATHARINE ELAINE .............. THOMPSON, ERIN L. .................................. THOMPSON, EVAN ...................................... THOMPSON, GARRY ................................... THOMPSON, JOANNE ................................. THOMS, BRENT ........................................... THOMS, JACQUELINE ................................. THOMSON, MITCHEL D. ............................. THON, CHRISTOPHER ................................ THORBURN, DAWN ..................................... THORESON, JENNIFER ............................... THRUN, MELANI........................................... THUL, DESIREE D. ...................................... THURBER, CHAD V. .................................... TIGHE, ANTHONY ........................................ TIGHE, BILL EDWARD ................................. TIMMERMAN, JEFFREY ............................... TKACHUK, ROSEANNE G. .......................... TKATCHUK, CHRIS ......................................

Justice 73,502 74,735 59,768 81,395 165,582 53,382 71,905 121,896 60,850 69,923 80,090 69,521 58,110 59,382 68,775 87,399 55,081 94,694 150,606 59,675 62,070 62,943 174,570 71,919 76,437 58,374 82,450 76,794 55,333 91,938 67,682 55,496 65,075 76,744 53,125 59,505 68,274 62,973 85,964 73,546 95,973 67,265 77,989 63,183 71,435 176,679 65,909 59,518 101,249 100,758 71,848 137,706 58,045 128,449 84,180 95,034 87,036 107,206 54,884 83,836 82,560 77,103 75,164 100,549 66,415 135,409 67,287 78,198 70,724 64,548 52,628 113,911 76,018 66,457 57,220 74,996

Public Accounts, 2014-15 TODD, MATHEW T. S. ................................. TOEBS, TYSON ............................................ TOEWS, MIKE G. ......................................... TOKAR, JOHN ............................................... TOLE, DALLAS .............................................. TOLLEY, CASSIE L. ..................................... TOLLEY, TRACY ........................................... TOMKINS, BARBARA.................................... TOMPOROWSKI, BARBARA ........................ TOOVEY, DONALD ....................................... TOPOROWSKI, GRAHAM ............................. TORGUNRUD, DARYL E. ............................. TOTH, CLIFFORD C. .................................... TOURNEY, KERN ......................................... TOURNEY, RYAN D. .................................... TOURNIER, MARTIN..................................... TOURNIER, RITA .......................................... TRANBORG, COLIN ...................................... TRBOVIC, JADRANKA .................................. TREBISH, COLBY ......................................... TRENDOCHER, TERENCE J. ...................... TREVORS, WILLIAM SHAWN ....................... TROST, MAC................................................. TRUONG, KEN KINH..................................... TRYTTEN, JEFFREY T. ................................ TSCHIGERL, DALE H. J. .............................. TSE, JODY .................................................... TUCKANOW, PAULA .................................... TUCKER, TONI L. ......................................... TUFTS, SANDRA .......................................... TULLOCH, DAVID C. .................................... TUMBACH, BYRON M. ................................. TURCOTTE, CLAYTON................................. TURNBULL, REBECCA L. ............................ TURNER, JAN ............................................... TUSHKEWICH, VERNA ................................. TUTTOSI-FLYNN, JESSICA .......................... TWAMLEY, BRENDAN .................................. TYSIACZNY, GERALD L. ............................. ULRICH, KRISTINE ....................................... UMOH, ITEMOBONG B. ............................... UNGER, JODI ................................................ UNGER, KAREN............................................ UNRUH, TYSON............................................ URBAN, LINDSAY T. .................................... URTON, ROBERT ......................................... VACHON, VERONICA ................................... VALGARDSON, SANDRA LYN...................... VALOIS, DAN E. ........................................... VALOIS, JACQUELINE.................................. VALUCK, LORNE W. .................................... VAN BRABANT, DIANE ................................. VAN DER HAEGEN, ESTELLE...................... VAN DER KUUR, BRENDA M. ..................... VAN NORTWICK, NORMAN ......................... VAN NUS, TOM ............................................. VAN WALSEM, CATHARINE ABIGAIL .......... VAN ZANDBERGEN, ANDREW P. ............... VAN ZANDBERGEN, NICOLE ....................... VANCISE, ROBERT ...................................... VANCUREN, LUCAS TIMOTHY .................... VANDENHEUVEL, JESSICA ......................... VANDERSCHAEGHE, MAURICE .................. VANIN, KURT W. R. ..................................... VANJOFF, JASON......................................... VARJASSY, HELEN K. ................................. VERMETTE, ANN .......................................... VERMETTE, MARLON .................................. VICKERS, DONNA ........................................ VIERLING, AUDREY LYNETTE..................... VILIM, KARIN ................................................ VILLENEUVE, KELLY .................................... VINCENT, TERRY ......................................... VOGELSANG, LIANA MYLYNNE .................. VOGT, PATRICIA ANNE................................ VOLEK, CODY G. .........................................

87,208 58,811 64,636 70,935 86,948 74,109 66,883 264,469 91,650 72,721 83,573 51,912 274,250 96,272 119,157 60,523 58,139 58,889 87,619 75,378 60,350 100,214 59,860 67,781 79,615 74,690 146,310 68,981 57,972 75,894 149,767 81,375 58,441 53,577 163,140 93,818 51,579 67,916 68,784 73,895 75,732 61,940 85,730 66,243 69,711 120,969 55,759 110,024 87,058 78,396 69,241 65,748 119,985 105,278 79,267 72,564 100,884 92,584 78,260 51,804 52,944 65,675 81,263 54,032 60,980 56,529 96,949 59,587 51,822 83,757 64,729 70,383 83,406 75,644 72,011 65,290

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