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This publication contains a series of data tables that provide estimates on the investment, stock, useful life, economic contribution and depreciation of infrastructure for Canada and each province and territory. The infrastructure economic accounts represents a set of statistical statements that record the economic, social and environmental impacts related to the production and use of infrastructure in Canada and each province and territory. The infrastructure economic accounts are organized using a statistical framework that outlines the concepts, classification systems and methods required to construct the accounts. This statistical framework is consistent with the Canadian system of national accounts, Canadian government finance statistics and Canada’s balance of payments.
This dataset contains the financial reporting account (FRA) classification structure and the descriptions for each of the FRAs. The FRAs are used for the government-wide reporting purposes. The FRAs identify the relevant asset, liability, net assets/equity, revenue, and expense accounts that are required for financial reporting, and for preparing the consolidated financial statements for the Government of Canada.
This indicator measures on-time payment compliance.
This table contains 29 series, with data for years 2009 - 2019 (not all combinations necessarily have data for all years). This table contains data described by the following dimensions (Not all combinations are available): Geography (1 item: Canada) Central government debt (29 items: A. Federal debt (accumulated deficit), (B - E); B. Net debt, (C - D); C. Liabilities, gross debt; Accounts payable and accrued liabilities; ...).
This statistical table illustrates the number of pensions that became payable to men and women (per calendar year), the total dollar amount of pensions paid and the average pension amount. All amounts include indexation.
The Third-Party Administered Accounts Audit was recommended for inclusion in the Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) Multi-Year Risk-Based Internal Audit Plan 2010-2013 by VAC’s Departmental Audit Committee (DAC) on March 18, 2010. The purpose of the audit was to examine the Department's responsibilities, both in making expectations clear to administrators and in monitoring their performance. Third-party administration refers to the arrangements put in place when a client requires assistance in managing their personal or financial affairs. VAC will direct an award be payable to a third party only when considered absolutely necessary in the interests of the client.
This guide provides a detailed explanation of the structure, concepts and history of Canada’s System of Macroeconomic Accounts.
This statistical table illustrates the number of pensions that became payable to survivors, including spouses/common-law partners, children and students. The statistical table also illustrates the total dollar amount of pensions paid to survivors and the average pension amount for spouses/common-law partners and children/students. All amounts include indexation.
Every fall, the Receiver General publishes the Public Accounts of Canada, a three-volume set of documents that provide substantial detail on the government's financial operations over the previous fiscal year.
Quarterly seasonally adjusted data on the balance of payments, current account by category.