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Table 17
Newfoundland and Labrador
Year Own-
source revenues
Federal cash transfers Total revenues Total program expenditures Debt charges Total expenditures Other(1) Deficit
(-) or surplus
Net debt
  (millions of dollars)
1987–88 1,328 1,218 2,546 2,286 457 2,743 - -197 3,289
1988–89 1,350 1,315 2,664 2,436 454 2,890 - -226 3,195
1989–90 1,505 1,426 2,931 2,647 459 3,106 - -175 3,369
1990–91 1,569 1,398 2,967 2,824 490 3,314 - -347 3,550
1991–92 1,681 1,427 3,108 2,888 496 3,384 - -276 3,918
1992–93 1,693 1,500 3,194 2,967 488 3,455 - -261 4,270
1993–94 1,696 1,462 3,158 2,864 500 3,364 - -205 6,453

1994–95 1,887 1,710 3,597 3,041 1,004 4,045 74 -374 6,831
1995–96 2,076 1,572 3,647 3,115 822 3,937 100 -190 7,121
1996–97 2,132 1,578 3,711 3,092 819 3,911 93 -107 7,254
1997–98 1,981 2,019 4,000 3,131 865 3,996 129 133 7,301
1998–99 1,961 1,834 3,795 3,131 1,008 4,139 157 -187 7,851
1999–00 2,134 1,620 3,755 3,285 883 4,168 144 -269 8,087
2000–01 2,144 1,757 3,901 3,430 951 4,382 131 -350 8,437
2001–02 2,243 1,657 3,900 3,572 942 4,514 146 -468 8,932
2002–03 2,360 1,589 3,950 3,765 979 4,744 150 -644 10,616
2003–04 2,651 1,543 4,194 4,151 982 5,133 25 -914 11,487
2004–05 2,799 1,513 4,312 4,032 940 4,972 171 -489 11,888
2005–06 3,498 1,880 5,378 4,409 947 5,356 178 199 11,684
2006–07 3,597 1,743 5,340 4,590 777 5,367 181 154 11,558
2007–08 5,154 1,788 6,942 4,969 751 5,720 199 1,421 10,188
2008–09 5,869 2,558 8,427 5,537 745 6,282 205 2,350 7,968
2009–10 5,560 1,545 7,106 6,439 890 7,329 191 -33 8,220
2010–11 6,071 1,760 7,831 6,723 823 7,547 201 485 8,218
Source: Public Accounts of Newfoundland and Labrador. (For 2010–11: 2011 Budget).
(1) Net income of government business enterprises.
Due to a break in the series following accounting changes, data from 1994–95 onward are not directly comparable with earlier years.
Table 18
Prince Edward Island
Year Own-
source revenues
Federal cash transfers Total revenues Total program expenditures Debt charges Total expenditures Other(1) Deficit (-) or surplus Net debt
  (millions of dollars)
1987–88 312 245 557 503 71 574 - -17 179
1988–89 344 282 626 556 81 637 - -11 191
1989–90 374 299 673 594 87 681 - -8 199
1990–91 395 312 707 632 95 727 - -20 219
1991–92 416 299 715 662 103 765 - -50 269
1992–93 408 303 711 692 101 793 - -82 351
1993–94 457 282 739 699 111 810 - -71 772
1994–95 480 332 812 704 117 821 7 -1 990
1995–96 481 308 789 669 120 789 4 4 986
1996–97 513 287 800 692 118 810 7 -4 990
1997–98 496 292 788 702 102 804 9 -7 997
1998–99 502 350 852 750 101 852 6 6 990
1999–00 547 353 900 806 103 908 3 -5 1,024
2000–01 568 383 952 855 108 963 0 -12 1,036
2001–02 573 400 974 876 106 982 -9 -17 1,053
2002–03 628 341 969 895 103 998 -26 -55 1,178
2003–04 634 387 1,021 988 106 1,095 -52 -125 1,313
2004–05 673 444 1,116 1,031 105 1,136 -14 -34 1,330
2005–06 726 444 1,170 1,059 110 1,169 - 1 1,323
2006–07 756 474 1,231 1,086 120 1,207 - 24 1,312
2007–08 785 518 1,303 1,188 119 1,307 - -4 1,347
2008–09 832 558 1,390 1,312 109 1,420 - -31 1,415
2009–10 868 639 1,507 1,477 104 1,581 - -74 1,581
2010–11 834 624 1,459 1,407 106 1,512 - -54 1,720
Source: Public Accounts of Prince Edward Island. (For 2010–11: 2011 Budget).
(1) Pension adjustment, Workforce Renewal Program adjustment (2004–05).
Table 19
Nova Scotia
Year Own-source revenues Federal cash transfers Total revenues Total program expenditures Debt charges Total expenditures Other(1) Deficit
(-) or surplus
Net debt
  (millions of dollars)
1987–88 1,955 1,253 3,208 2,977 566 3,543 108 -227 3,756
1988–89 2,109 1,438 3,547 3,347 560 3,907 118 -242 3,947
1989–90 2,245 1,530 3,775 3,602 571 4,173 131 -267 4,454
1990–91 2,349 1,599 3,948 3,676 672 4,348 143 -257 4,731
1991–92 2,321 1,602 3,923 3,799 682 4,481 152 -406 5,426
1992–93 2,335 1,591 3,926 3,916 779 4,695 152 -617 7,288
1993–94 2,493 1,567 4,060 3,861 865 4,727 121 -546 8,120
1994–95 2,510 1,858 4,368 3,799 912 4,711 110 -233 8,514
1995–96 2,548 1,938 4,486 3,907 897 4,804 116 -201 8,715
1996–97 2,751 1,757 4,508 3,813 811 4,624 0 -116 9,139
1997–98 2,522 1,927 4,449 4,018 865 4,884 -7 -442 9,290
1998–99 2,637 2,016 4,653 4,414 1,003 5,418 503 -261 10,298
1999–00 2,850 1,972 4,822 4,508 1,060 5,568 -51 -797 11,231
2000–01 3,023 2,040 5,063 4,434 1,115 5,549 633 147 11,370
2001–02 3,203 2,054 5,257 4,555 1,161 5,715 572 113 12,144
2002–03 3,366 1,908 5,274 4,737 1,046 5,782 535 28 12,226
2003–04 3,743 2,024 5,767 5,196 1,040 6,236 507 38 12,328
2004–05 3,932 2,327 6,259 5,604 1,034 6,638 549 170 12,305
2005–06 4,367 2,428 6,795 6,118 988 7,106 508 196 12,239
2006–07 4,602 2,570 7,172 6,579 930 7,508 519 182 12,357
2007–08 5,043 3,023 8,066 7,208 925 8,133 486 419 12,115
2008–09 5,072 2,947 8,018 7,648 867 8,515 522 26 12,318
2009–10 4,871 3,240 8,112 8,047 823 8,870 489 -269 13,045
2010–11 5,585 3,152 8,738 7,897 843 8,740 571 569 12,827
Source: Public Accounts of Nova Scotia.
(1) Includes sinking fund earnings, net income (losses) of government business enterprises, unusual items and consolidation and accounting adjustments.
Table 20
New Brunswick
Year Own-
source revenues
Federal cash transfers Total revenues Total program expenditures Debt charges Total expenditures Other(1) Deficit (-) or surplus Net debt
  (millions of dollars)
1987–88 1,918 1,261 3,179 3,100 415 3,515   -335 2,919
1988–89 2,167 1,360 3,527 3,179 427 3,606   -79 2,993
1989–90 2,214 1,459 3,673 3,260 437 3,697   -24 3,013
1990–91 2,297 1,504 3,801 3,507 475 3,982   -182 3,236
1991–92 2,352 1,455 3,807 3,686 476 4,162   -354 3,603
1992–93 2,268 1,742 4,011 3,737 538 4,275   -264 5,297
1993–94 2,507 1,517 4,024 3,705 585 4,290   -266 5,810
1994–95 2,672 1,626 4,298 3,732 645 4,377   -79 5,889
1995–96 2,803 1,623 4,426 3,791 595 4,386   41 5,850
1996–97 2,950 1,521 4,471 3,840 564 4,405   66 5,783
1997–98 2,786 1,653 4,439 3,865 574 4,439   0 5,788
1998–99 2,325 2,122 4,447 4,034 616 4,651   -204 5,992
1999–00 2,974 1,827 4,801 4,219 611 4,830   -30 7,056
2000–01 3,068 1,795 4,863 4,082 637 4,719 -100 43 6,915
2001–02 3,216 2,035 5,251 4,421 652 5,073 -100 79 6,759
2002–03 3,331 1,930 5,261 4,710 661 5,371 110 1 6,865
2003–04 3,569 1,918 5,487 5,086 583 5,669 - -182 6,963
2004–05 3,664 2,355 6,019 5,203 581 5,784 - 235 6,824
2005–06 3,970 2,393 6,363 5,530 591 6,122 - 241 6,710
2006–07 4,202 2,487 6,689 5,883 559 6,443 - 247 6,576
2007–08 4,444 2,578 7,022 6,333 577 6,910 - 112 6,949
2008–09 4,440 2,727 7,166 6,740 603 7,342 - -176 7,388
2009–10 4,147 2,901 7,048 7,154 617 7,770 - -722 8,471
2010–11 4,577 2,919 7,497 7,487 643 8,130 - -633 9,480
Source: Public Accounts of New Brunswick.
(1) Contribution to/from Fiscal Stabilization Fund.
Table 21
Quebec
Year Own-source revenues Federal cash transfers Total revenues Total program expenditures Debt charges Total expenditures Other(1) Deficit
(-) or surplus
Net debt
  (millions of dollars)
1987–88 21,992 6,117 28,109 26,830 3,675 30,505 0 -2,396 31,115
1988–89 23,366 6,386 29,752 27,654 3,802 31,456 0 -1,704 32,819
1989–90 24,359 6,674 31,033 28,782 4,015 32,797 0 -1,764 34,583
1990–91 26,073 6,972 33,045 31,583 4,437 36,020 0 -2,975 37,558
1991–92 27,720 6,747 34,467 34,102 4,666 38,768 0 -4,301 41,885
1992–93 27,561 7,764 35,325 35,599 4,756 40,355 0 -5,030 46,914
1993–94 28,165 7,762 35,927 35,534 5,316 40,850 0 -4,923 51,837
1994–95 28,815 7,494 36,309 36,248 5,882 42,130 0 -5,821 57,677
1995–96 30,000 8,126 38,126 36,039 6,034 42,073 0 -3,947 61,624
1996–97 30,522 6,704 37,226 34,583 5,855 40,438 0 -3,212 64,833

1997–98 30,415 5,656 36,071 33,037 6,765 39,802 1,574 -2,157 88,597
1998–99 32,936 7,813 40,749 35,440 6,573 42,013 1,390 126 88,810
1999–00 35,417 6,064 41,481 36,074 6,752 42,826 1,352 7 89,162
2000–01 37,447 7,895 45,342 38,394 6,972 45,366 451 427 88,208
2001–02 35,638 8,885 44,523 40,377 6,687 47,064 2,563 22 92,772
2002–03 37,301 8,932 46,233 42,111 6,583 48,694 1,733 -728 95,601
2003–04 38,819 9,370 48,189 43,598 6,655 50,253 1,706 -358 97,025
2004–05 41,069 9,229 50,298 45,619 6,853 52,472 1,510 -664 99,042
2005–06 42,374 9,969 52,343 46,996 6,875 53,871 1,565 37 104,683
2006–07 46,184 11,015 57,199 49,293 7,039 56,332 -758 109 124,297
2007–08 45,881 13,629 59,510 52,080 7,021 59,101 -409 0 124,681
2008–09 45,152 14,023 59,175 55,442 6,504 61,946 2,771 0 134,237
2009–10 44,130 15,161 59,291 58,389 6,117 64,506 2,041 -3,174 150,100
2010–11 46,925 15,451 62,376 59,819 6,934 66,753 177 -4,200 158,995
Source: Public Accounts of Quebec. (For 2010-11: 2011 Budget).
(1) Includes the net results of consolidated organizations, contingency reserve, transactions with the budgetary reserve and transfers to the Generations Fund.
Due to a break in the series following the implementation of accounting reform, data from 1997–98 onward are not directly comparable with earlier years.
Table 22
Ontario
Year Own-source revenues Federal cash transfers Total revenues Total program expenditures Debt charges Total expenditures Other Deficit (-) or surplus Net debt
  (millions of dollars)
1987–88 27,174 4,984 32,158 31,171 3,476 34,647   -2,489 34,020
1988–89 31,878 5,113 36,991 34,703 3,767 38,470   -1,479 35,499
1989–90 35,861 5,364 41,225 37,318 3,817 41,135   90 35,409
1990–91 37,130 5,762 42,892 42,145 3,776 45,921   -3,029 38,438
1991–92 34,429 6,324 40,753 47,487 4,196 51,683   -10,930 49,368
1992–93 34,253 7,554 41,807 48,942 5,293 54,235   -12,428 61,796
1993–94 36,603 7,071 43,674 47,747 7,129 54,876   -11,202 80,599
1994–95 38,432 7,607 46,039 48,336 7,832 56,168   -10,129 90,728
1995–96 41,857 7,880 49,737 50,062 8,475 58,537   -8,800 101,864
1996–97 43,936 5,778 49,714 48,012 8,607 56,619   -6,905 108,769
1997–98 47,684 5,098 52,782 48,019 8,729 56,748   -3,966 112,735
1998–99 51,535 4,515 56,050 49,036 9,016 58,052   -2,002 114,737

1999–00 59,157 5,885 65,042 53,347 11,027 64,374   668 134,398
2000–01 60,165 6,129 66,294 53,519 10,873 64,392   1,902 132,496

2001–02 64,553 7,754 72,307 61,595 10,337 71,932   375 132,121
2002–03 65,781 8,894 74,675 64,864 9,694 74,558   117 132,647
2003–04 64,376 9,893 74,269 70,148 9,604 79,752   -5,483 138,816
2004–05 71,979 11,882 83,861 76,048 9,368 85,416   -1,555 140,921
2005–06 77,054 13,251 90,305 80,988 9,019 90,007   298 149,928
2006–07 82,604 14,036 96,640 85,540 8,831 94,371   2,269 150,618
2007–08 86,982 16,597 103,579 94,065 8,914 102,979 - 600 156,616
2008–09 80,342 16,591 96,933 94,776 8,566 103,342 - -6,409 169,585
2009–10 77,173 18,620 95,793 106,336 8,719 115,055 - -19,262 193,589
2010–11 83,617 23,041 106,658 111,189 9,480 120,669 - -14,011 214,511
Source: Public Accounts of Ontario.
Due to a break in the series following the line-by-line consolidation of the Ontario Electricity Financial Corporation, data from 1999-2000 onward are not directly comparable with earlier years.
Due to a break in the series, data from 2001-2002 onward are not directly comparable with earlier years. Notably, Education Property Taxes are reported as revenue starting with the 2010 Budget, whereas previously they were netted against expenditures.
Table 23
Manitoba
Year Own-source revenues Federal cash transfers Total revenues Total program expenditures Debt charges Total expenditures Other(1) Deficit
(-) or surplus
Net debt
  (millions of dollars)
1987–88 2,726 1,313 4,039 3,848 490 4,338 0 -300 4,415
1988–89 2,975 1,568 4,543 4,045 439 4,484 -200 -141 4,332
1989–90 2,949 1,657 4,606 4,261 487 4,748 0 -142 4,449
1990–91 2,983 1,695 4,678 4,536 501 5,037 67 -292 4,773
1991–92 3,146 1,821 4,967 4,779 492 5,271 -30 -334 5,216
1992–93 2,882 1,816 4,698 4,905 559 5,464 200 -566 6,378
1993–94 3,247 1,629 4,876 4,752 585 5,337 30 -431 6,806
1994–95 3,310 1,895 5,205 4,804 597 5,401 0 -196 6,901
1995–96 3,789 1,873 5,662 4,913 592 5,505 0 157 6,854
1996–97 4,107 1,716 5,823 4,929 539 5,468 -264 91 6,474
1997–98 3,920 1,884 5,804 5,232 520 5,752 25 77 9,719
1998–99 4,393 1,560 5,953 5,442 515 5,957 36 32 9,926
1999–00 4,335 2,073 6,408 6,042 465 6,507 110 11 10,046
2000–01 4,739 2,091 6,830 6,182 511 6,693 -96 41 9,888
2001–02 4,623 2,206 6,829 6,406 414 6,820 54 63 10,001
2002–03 4,874 2,230 7,104 6,705 321 7,026 -74 4 10,341

2003–04 5,775 2,716 8,491 8,271 799 9,070 0 -579 11,052
2004–05 7,037 3,156 10,193 8,813 818 9,631 0 562 11,101
2005–06 7,625 3,103 10,728 9,474 860 10,334 0 394 10,952
2006–07 8,113 3,320 11,433 10,155 793 10,948 0 485 10,800
2007–08 8,899 3,597 12,496 11,074 864 11,938 0 558 10,550
2008–09 8,897 3,866 12,763 11,482 830 12,312 0 451 11,468
2009–10 8,723 3,924 12,647 12,092 756 12,848 0 -201 11,794
2010–11 9,044 4,086 13,130 12,905 762 13,667 70 -467 13,244
Source: Public Accounts of Manitoba. (For 2010-11: 2011 Budget).
(1) Includes the contribution to/from the Fiscal Stabilization Fund and contributions to the Debt Retirement Fund.
Due to a break in the series following the move to summary account budgeting, data from 2003–04 onward are not directly comparable with earlier years.
Table 24
Saskatchewan
Year Own-
source revenues
Federal cash transfers Total revenues Total program expenditures Debt charges Total expenditures Other(1) Deficit (-) or surplus Net debt
  (millions of dollars)
1987–88 2,382 914 3,296 3,556 282 3,838 - -542 2,517
1988–89 2,628 1,067 3,695 3,700 320 4,020 - -324 2,885
1989–90 2,927 1,231 4,158 4,013 523 4,536 - -378 3,316
1990–91 3,169 1,489 4,658 4,544 475 5,019 - -361 3,688
1991–92 2,789 1,260 4,049 4,390 502 4,892 - -843 5,999
1992–93 3,072 1,304 4,376 4,228 740 4,968 - -592 6,587
1993–94 3,432 1,248 4,680 4,079 873 4,952 - -272 7,769
1994–95 3,928 1,297 5,225 4,215 882 5,097 - 128 7,641
1995–96 4,157 975 5,132 4,264 849 5,113 - 19 7,622
1996–97 4,742 761 5,503 4,302 794 5,096 - 407 7,215
1997–98 4,609 553 5,162 4,372 755 5,127 - 35 7,180
1998–99 4,642 961 5,603 4,830 745 5,575 - 28 7,152
1999–00 4,648 1,209 5,857 5,077 696 5,773 - 83 7,069
2000–01 5,881 872 6,754 5,257 664 5,921 -775 58 7,011
2001–02 4,822 1,237 6,059 5,721 617 6,338 280 1 7,010
2002–03 5,656 801 6,457 5,762 611 6,374 -82 1 7,009
2003–04 5,525 1,033 6,558 6,166 603 6,768 211 1 7,054
2004–05 6,126 1,666 7,792 6,448 579 7,027 -383 383 6,880
2005–06 6,952 1,265 8,218 7,133 545 7,678 -139 400 6,636
2006–07 7,254 1,389 8,643 7,707 538 8,245 -105 293 6,446
2007–08 8,263 1,603 9,866 8,036 547 8,583 -641 641 6,049
2008–09 10,616 1,709 12,325 9,835 520 10,355 419 2,389 3,848
2009–10 8,662 1,604 10,266 9,619 480 10,099 257 425 3,638
2010–11 9,460 1,600 11,061 10,541 424 10,965 -48 47 3,676
Source: Public Accounts of Saskatchewan.
(1) Contribution from/to (-) the Fiscal Stabilization Fund and to the Saskatchewan Infrastructure Fund.