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Public Accounts

2010-11
Volume 2
Details of Revenue and Expense

Saskatchewan

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Contents

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

General Revenue Fund Details


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Revenue by Source
Revenue Detail
Appropriation and Expenditure by Vote
Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram
Expense by Vote

General Revenue Fund Details of Expense


35

Expense by Object

Ministries and Agencies

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Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration1


Agriculture
Corrections, Public Safety and Policing
Education
Energy and Resources
Enterprise and Innovation Programs
Enterprise Saskatchewan
Environment
Executive Council
Finance
Finance - Debt Servicing
First Nations and Mtis Relations
Government Services
Health
Highways and Infrastructure
Information Technology Office
Innovation Saskatchewan
Justice and Attorney General
Municipal Affairs
Office of the Provincial Capital Commission
Office of the Provincial Secretary
Public Service Commission
Saskatchewan Research Council
Social Services
Tourism, Parks, Culture and Sport

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237

Chief Electoral Officer


Childrens Advocate
Conflict of Interest Commissioner
Information and Privacy Commissioner
Legislative Assembly
Ombudsman
Provincial Auditor

Legislative Assembly and its Officers

General Revenue Fund Fund Transfers


243

Growth and Financial Security Fund

General Revenue Fund Details of Capital Asset Acquisitions


247
248

Capital Asset Acquisitions by Class


Capital Asset Acquisitions

General Revenue Fund Supplier Summary


255

Supplier Summary

Other Information
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276

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

Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration includes expenses for which administration has been transferred to the
Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety and the Ministry of Social Services.

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Letters of Transmittal

Regina, Saskatchewan
October 2011
To His Honour
The Honourable Gordon Barnhart
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, 2011.
Respectfully submitted,

KEN KRAWETZ
Deputy Premier
Minister of Finance

Regina, Saskatchewan
October 2011
The Honourable Ken Krawetz
Deputy Premier
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, 2011.
Respectfully submitted,

KAREN LAYNG
Deputy Minister of Finance

TERRY PATON
Provincial Comptroller

Introduction to the Public Accounts

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Introduction to the Public Accounts


The 2010-11 Public Accounts of the Government of Saskatchewan are prepared in accordance with the Financial
Administration Act, 1993 and consist of two volumes.

Volume 1
Financial Statement Discussion and Analysis provides users of the Governments main financial statements with
an overview of the Governments performance by presenting comparative financial highlights and variance analysis.
General Revenue Fund Financial Statements account for the financial transactions of the General Revenue Fund
(GRF). This is the fund into which all revenues are paid, unless otherwise provided for by legislation. The GRF is
available for appropriation by the Legislative Assembly for the public services of Saskatchewan.
Summary Financial Statements consolidate the financial transactions of the GRF, Crown corporations, agencies,
boards and commissions. These consolidated statements provide an accounting of the full nature and extent of the
financial affairs and resources controlled by the Government.
Supplementary Information contains unaudited information on:
the Growth and Financial Security Fund;
GRF public issue debentures;
GRF debentures issued to the Minister of Finance of Canada; and
a glossary of terms used throughout.

Volume 2
Volume 2 contains details on the revenue and expense of the GRF. It also provides details on capital asset
acquisitions of the GRF; a 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; financial information on the assets, liabilities
and residual balances of pension plans and trust funds administered by the Government; a listing of remissions of
taxes and fees; and information on road-use fuel tax accountability.

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.

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Guide to Volume 2

Guide to Volume 2
Volume 2 is prepared to enhance accountability by providing additional information about the financial transactions of
the General Revenue Fund.
Schedules provided compare 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.
A schedule compares estimated expense and actual expense by vote.
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. Amounts are listed
where a payee received $50,000 or more. Also listed are allowances for members with additional duties.

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. Internal recoveries of $50,000 or more are listed.

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.

Guide to Volume 2

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Capital Asset Acquisitions


A schedule provides the value of capital asset acquisitions for the year by class. Capital asset classes include land,
buildings and improvements, machinery and equipment, transportation equipment, office and information technology
and infrastructure.
A list of payees who received $50,000 or more for the provision of capital assets is provided. Internal recoveries of
$50,000 or more are also included.
Supplier Summary
Volume 2 lists 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. These amounts are classified as goods and
services and capital asset acquisitions in Volume 2.
Other Information
Volume 2 contains financial information on the assets, liabilities and residual balances of pension plans and trust
funds administered by the Government.
Volume 2 lists individuals or companies that were granted remissions of taxes or 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.
Also included in Other Information is the Road-use Fuel Tax Accountability Report for the year ended
March 31, 2011.

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General Revenue Fund Details

General Revenue Fund Details

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Public Accounts 2010-11

Revenue by Source

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan


General Revenue Fund
Schedule of Revenue by Source

For the Year Ended March 31, 2011

(thousands of dollars)

Taxation

Ministries and Agencies


Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration (1).............. $
Agriculture.....................................................................................
Corrections, Public Safety and Policing.......................................
Education......................................................................................
Energy and Resources.................................................................
Enterprise and Innovation Programs............................................
Environment..................................................................................
Executive Council.........................................................................
Finance..........................................................................................
First Nations and Mtis Relations.................................................
Government Services...................................................................
Government Services - Commercial Operations.........................
Health............................................................................................
Highways and Infrastructure.........................................................
Highways and Infrastructure - Commercial Operations...............
Information Technology Office......................................................
Information Technology Office - Commercial Operations............
Justice and Attorney General.......................................................
Municipal Affairs............................................................................
Office of the Provincial Capital Commission................................
Office of the Provincial Secretary.................................................
Public Service Commission..........................................................
Social Services.............................................................................
Tourism, Parks, Culture and Sport...............................................
Legislative Assembly and its Officers
Chief Electoral Officer...................................................................
Information and Privacy Commissioner.......................................
Legislative Assembly....................................................................
Provincial Auditor..........................................................................
Total Revenue
$

Non-renewable
Resources

Transfers from
Government
Entities

Other Ownsource Revenue

Transfers from
the Federal
Government

Total

........ $
........
........
........
8,336
........
........
........
5,123,306
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........

........ $
........
........
........
2,166,951
........
........
........
360,848
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........

10,270 $
4,389
352
........
........
........
........
........
938,329
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
11,342
........
........
........
........
........
........

2,196 $
107,435
18,042
52,705
43,750
1,636
47,478
73
386,451
220
2,894
83,789
5,535
3,178
6,145
283
1,940
32,230
1,770
7
36
13,536
11,534
12,961

83,211 $
54,531
46,745
7,229
........
........
3,968
........
1,148,218
........
........
........
8,466
132,844
........
........
........
4,774
97,797
........
860
........
11,185
420

95,677
166,355
65,139
59,934
2,219,037
1,636
51,446
73
7,957,152
220
2,894
83,789
14,001
136,022
6,145
283
1,940
48,346
99,567
7
896
13,536
22,719
13,381

........
........
........
........
5,131,642 $

........
........
........
........
2,527,799 $

........
........
........
........
964,682 $

1
1
8
473
836,307 $

........
........
........
........
1,600,248 $

1
1
8
473
11,060,678

(1) Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration includes revenues for which administration has been transferred to the Ministry of Labour Relations and
Workplace Safety and the Ministry of Social Services.

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Revenue Detail

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan


General Revenue Fund
Schedule of Revenue Detail
For the Year Ended March 31, 2011

(thousands of dollars)

Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration

Transfers from Government Entities..........................................................................


Other Own-source Revenue
Fines, forfeits and penalties....................................................................................................
Other licences and permits.....................................................................................................
Sales, services, and service fees...........................................................................................
Other revenues.......................................................................................................................

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

Agriculture

Interest, premium, discount, and exchange............................................................................


Other licences and permits.....................................................................................................
Sales, services, and service fees...........................................................................................
Other revenues.......................................................................................................................

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

Corrections, Public Safety and Policing

Other licences and permits.....................................................................................................


Sales, services, and service fees...........................................................................................
Transfers from other governments..........................................................................................
Other revenues.......................................................................................................................

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

2,196
83,211
95,677

4,389

107,435
54,531
166,355

352

18,042
46,745
65,139

500
609
38,557
67,769

Total Agriculture

Transfers from Government Entities..........................................................................


Other Own-source Revenue

10,270

5
154
199
1,838

Total Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration

Transfers from Government Entities..........................................................................


Other Own-source Revenue

779
1,154
13,146
2,963

Total Corrections, Public Safety and Policing


Education

Other Own-source Revenue


Other licences and permits.....................................................................................................
Sales, services, and service fees...........................................................................................
Other revenues.......................................................................................................................

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

91
437
52,177 $

Total Education

Energy and Resources

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

Other Own-source Revenue

Interest, premium, discount, and exchange............................................................................


Sales, services, and service fees...........................................................................................
Other revenues.......................................................................................................................

Total Energy and Resources

52,705
7,229
59,934

8,336

466,993
29,741
1,274,053
262,540
133,624
12
43,146
592

2,166,951

43,750
2,219,037

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Revenue Detail

11

Enterprise and Innovation Programs

Other Own-source Revenue

Interest, premium, discount, and exchange............................................................................


Sales, services, and service fees...........................................................................................

Other revenues.......................................................................................................................

Total Enterprise and Innovation Programs

297
16
1,323 $
$

1,636
1,636

Environment

Other Own-source Revenue


Interest, premium, discount, and exchange............................................................................
Other licences and permits.....................................................................................................
Sales, services, and service fees...........................................................................................
Transfers from other governments..........................................................................................
Other revenues.......................................................................................................................

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

24
15,409
23,343
1,538
7,164 $

Total Environment
Executive Council

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

Total Executive Council

47,478
3,968
51,446

$
$

73
73

Finance

Taxation

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

Non-renewable Resources.........................................................................................
Transfers from Government Entities

1,155,273
463,147
1,795,788
1,186,992
237,507
284,599 $

5,123,306
360,848

Crown Investment Corporation of Saskatchewan...................................................................


- Special Dividend................................................................................................................
Liquor and Gaming Authority..................................................................................................
Other enterprises and funds...................................................................................................

266,000
213,500
437,063
21,766

938,329

Interest, premium, discount, and exchange............................................................................


Motor vehicles fees.................................................................................................................
Other licences and permits.....................................................................................................
Sales, services, and service fees...........................................................................................
Other revenues.......................................................................................................................

208,543
161,093
82
20
16,713

386,451

Canada Health Transfer (CHT)...............................................................................................


Canada Social Transfer (CST)................................................................................................

795,422
342,626
10,170

Other Own-source Revenue

Transfers from the Federal Government

Other federal transfers............................................................................................................

Total Finance

1,148,218
7,957,152

110
20
90 $
$

220
220

113
2,781 $
$

2,894
2,894

First Nations and Mtis Relations

Other Own-source Revenue

Interest, premium, discount, and exchange............................................................................


Sales, services, and service fees...........................................................................................

Other revenues.......................................................................................................................

Total First Nations and Mtis Relations


Government Services

Other Own-source Revenue


Sales, services, and service fees...........................................................................................
Other revenues.......................................................................................................................

Total Government Services

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Revenue Detail

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Government Services - Commercial Operations

$
$

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

Total Government Services - Commercial Operations

83,789
83,789

Health

Other Own-source Revenue


Interest, premium, discount, and exchange............................................................................
Other licences and permits.....................................................................................................
Sales, services, and service fees...........................................................................................
Other revenues.......................................................................................................................

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

102
59
2,108
3,266 $

Total Health

5,535
8,466
14,001

Highways and Infrastructure

Other Own-source Revenue

Interest, premium, discount, and exchange............................................................................


Other licences and permits.....................................................................................................
Sales, services, and service fees...........................................................................................
Transfers from other governments..........................................................................................
Other revenues.......................................................................................................................

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

112
99
1,087
465
1,415 $
$

3,178
132,844
136,022

$
$

6,145
6,145

4
279 $
$

283
283

$
$

1,940
1,940

11,342

32,230
4,774
48,346

Total Highways and Infrastructure

Highways and Infrastructure - Commercial Operations

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

Total Highways and Infrastructure - Commercial Operations


Information Technology Office

Other Own-source Revenue

Sales, services, and service fees...........................................................................................

Other revenues.......................................................................................................................

Total Information Technology Office

Information Technology Office - Commercial Operations

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

Total Information Technology Office - Commercial Operations


Justice and Attorney General

Transfers from Government Entities..........................................................................


Other Own-source Revenue
Fines, forfeits and penalties....................................................................................................
Interest, premium, discount, and exchange............................................................................
Other licences and permits.....................................................................................................
Sales, services, and service fees...........................................................................................
Transfers from other governments..........................................................................................
Other revenues.......................................................................................................................

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

Total Justice and Attorney General

13,165
1
3,819
13,025
640
1,580

Municipal Affairs

Other Own-source Revenue


Other licences and permits.....................................................................................................
Sales, services, and service fees...........................................................................................
Other revenues.......................................................................................................................

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

Total Municipal Affairs

Office of the Provincial Capital Commission

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

Total Office of the Provincial Capital Commission

615
52
1,103 $
$

1,770
97,797
99,567

$
$

7
7

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Revenue Detail

13

Office of the Provincial Secretary

Other Own-source Revenue

Sales, services, and service fees...........................................................................................


Transfers from other governments..........................................................................................
Other revenues.......................................................................................................................

9
2
25 $
$

36
860
896

8
13,528 $
$

13,536
13,536

8,666
2,868 $

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

Total Office of the Provincial Secretary


Public Service Commission

Other Own-source Revenue

Sales, services, and service fees...........................................................................................


Other revenues.......................................................................................................................

Total Public Service Commission


Social Services

Other Own-source Revenue


Sales, services, and service fees...........................................................................................
Other revenues.......................................................................................................................

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

Total Social Services

11,534
11,185
22,719

Tourism, Parks, Culture and Sport

Other Own-source Revenue

Other licences and permits.....................................................................................................


Sales, services, and service fees...........................................................................................
Other revenues.......................................................................................................................

7,709
101
5,151 $
$

12,961
420
13,381

$
$

1
1

$
$

1
1

4
4 $
$

8
8

3
4
466 $
$

473
473

11,060,678

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

Total Tourism, Parks, Culture and Sport


Chief Electoral Officer

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

Total Chief Electoral Officer

Information and Privacy Commissioner

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

Total Information and Privacy Commissioner


Legislative Assembly

Other Own-source Revenue


Sales, services, and service fees...........................................................................................
Other revenues.......................................................................................................................

Total Legislative Assembly


Provincial Auditor

Other Own-source Revenue


Interest, premium, discount, and exchange............................................................................
Sales, services, and service fees...........................................................................................
Other revenues.......................................................................................................................

Total Provincial Auditor


Total Revenue

Public Accounts, 2010-11

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Appropriation and Expenditure by Vote

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan


General Revenue Fund - Appropriation and Expenditure by Vote

For the Year Ended March 31, 2011

Appropriation

Vote
Ministries and Agencies
Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration (3) ..............
Agriculture .....................................................................................
Corrections, Public Safety and Policing ........................................
Education .......................................................................................
Energy and Resources .................................................................
Enterprise and Innovation Programs ............................................
Enterprise Saskatchewan .............................................................
Environment ..................................................................................
Executive Council ..........................................................................
Finance ..........................................................................................
Finance - Debt Servicing ...............................................................
First Nations and Metis Relations .................................................
Government Services ...................................................................
Government Services - Commercial Operations (1) ....................
Health ............................................................................................
Highways and Infrastructure .........................................................
Highways and Infrastructure - Commercial Operations (1) ..........
Highways and Infrastructure Capital .............................................
Information Technology Office ......................................................
Information Technology Office - Commercial Operations (1) .......
Innovation Saskatchewan .............................................................
Justice and Attorney General .......................................................
Municipal Affairs ............................................................................
Office of the Provincial Capital Commission ................................
Office of the Provincial Secretary .................................................
Public Service Commission ..........................................................
Saskatchewan Research Council .................................................
Social Services ..............................................................................
Tourism, Parks, Culture and Sport ...............................................
Legislative Assembly and its Officers
Chief Electoral Officer ...................................................................
Children's Advocate ......................................................................
Conflict of Interest Commissioner .................................................
Information and Privacy Commissioner ........................................
Legislative Assembly .....................................................................
Ombudsman ..................................................................................
Provincial Auditor ..........................................................................
Totals

Appropriation

37 $
1
73
5
23
43
83
26
10
18
12
25
13
13
32
16
16
17
74
74
84
3
30
85
80
33
35
36
27
34
76
57
55
21
56
28

Statutory
Adjustment (1)

Special
Warrants &
Supplementary
Estimates

Expenditure

Revised
Appropriation
941,022,837 $
526,806,015
392,483,521
1,397,633,147
80,844,837
24,400,000
40,036,000
230,852,667
12,131,887
328,262,530
424,334,121
85,732,837
995,909
72,565,859
4,567,545,837
330,569,837
6,145,174
360,413,998
18,228,824
1,939,659
9,818,000
155,759,064
382,207,086
10,182,000
3,477,000
35,439,209
16,633,000
809,883,837
113,426,526

Actual
Expense

Capital Asset
Acquisitions

Capital Asset
Amortization

851,714,000 $
383,470,000
353,194,000
1,313,134,000
44,019,000
9,547,000
37,036,000
185,838,000
12,177,000
328,018,000
435,000,000
85,733,000
25,020,000
--4,202,000,000
301,070,000
--250,300,000
18,348,000
--1,318,000
144,150,000
382,207,000
10,082,000
3,417,000
35,473,000
16,633,000
757,334,000
112,683,000

(163) $
(663,985)
101,521
6,505,147
(163)
----(333)
(45,113)
244,530
(10,665,879)
(163)
(24,024,091)
72,565,859
(163)
(163)
6,145,174
110,113,998
(5,263,176)
1,939,659
--149,064
86
----(33,791)
--(163)
743,526

89,309,000 $
144,000,000
39,188,000
77,994,000
36,826,000
14,853,000
3,000,000
45,015,000
------------365,546,000
29,500,000
----5,144,000
--8,500,000
11,460,000
--100,000
60,000
----52,550,000
---

935,426,320 $
482,305,668
390,155,514
1,363,638,524
77,621,376
24,113,596
39,586,000
213,895,494
11,628,769
314,102,131
424,334,121
71,630,320
10,972,287
83,867,918
4,547,793,021
427,471,133
5,924,550
--16,743,732
1,931,563
9,818,000
145,871,430
363,669,380
10,165,593
3,466,077
36,238,497
16,633,000
795,778,157
102,288,725

3,235,811 $
1,144,652
11,931,788
1,964,519
7,480,153
----14,138,779
--853,443
----14,340,088
--2,675,211
8,451,499
--302,291,137
1,573,644
----6,426,958
------136,500
--8,524,008
4,795,985

(2,305,887) $
(2,405,985)
(5,035,175)
(1,080,576)
(4,230,536)
----(5,889,935)
--(1,089,139)
--(1,058)
(24,024,008)
(11,223,006)
(1,750,262)
(113,918,830)
----(281,851)
----(970,910)
--(1,280)
--(1,567,568)
--(1,039,114)
(2,552,509)

1,694,000
1,621,000
156,000
927,000
23,905,000
2,221,000
8,008,000
$ 10,337,447,000 $

707
(81,057)
----(548,224)
2,012
20,159
157,204,815 $

248,000
1,942,707
2,022,621
76,000
1,615,943
1,647,740
150,000
306,000
297,870
50,000
977,000
963,687
--23,356,776
23,080,727
73,000
2,296,012
2,227,837
--8,028,159
8,028,159
923,642,000 $ 11,418,293,815 $ 10,965,339,537 $

--------77,347
----390,041,522 $

(79,914)
------(71,727)
(2,882)
--(179,522,152) $

--- $

--- $

Over (Under)
Revised
Appropriation

Other (2)

Total
Expenditure

(6,229) $
(348,411)
--255,599
(30,698)
----(298,532)
--------(1,754,541)
--6,161,231
4,244,005
------------842
1,017
(5,686)
----14,957
(445,055)

936,350,015 $
480,695,924
397,052,127
1,364,778,066
80,840,295
24,113,596
39,586,000
221,845,806
11,628,769
313,866,435
424,334,121
71,629,262
(466,174)
72,644,912
4,554,879,201
326,247,807
5,924,550
302,291,137
18,035,525
1,931,563
9,818,000
151,327,478
363,670,222
10,165,330
3,460,391
34,807,429
16,633,000
803,278,008
104,087,146

(4,672,822)
(46,110,091)
4,568,606
(32,855,081)
(4,542)
(286,404)
(450,000)
(9,006,861)
(503,118)
(14,396,095)
--(14,103,575)
(1,462,083)
79,053
(12,666,636)
(4,322,030)
(220,624)
(58,122,861)
(193,299)
(8,096)
--(4,431,586)
(18,536,864)
(16,670)
(16,609)
(631,780)
--(6,605,829)
(9,339,380)

--1,942,707
(1,278)
1,646,462
--297,870
(6,706)
956,981
(35,318)
23,051,029
(1,690)
2,223,265
--8,028,159
7,743,507 $ 11,183,602,414 $

--30,519
(8,130)
(20,019)
(305,747)
(72,747)
--(234,691,401)

Growth and Financial Security Fund


Growth and Financial Security Fund .............................................

82 $

--- $

(20,826,854) $

68,496,000 $

47,669,146 $

47,669,146 $

(1) Statutory Adjustment includes an amount equal to actual revenues of $91.9 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 $110.1 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, losses on disposal of capital assets and write-downs of capital assets.
(3) Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration includes expenditures for which administration has been transferred to the Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety and the Ministry of Social Services.

--- $

47,669,146 $

---

Public Accounts, 2010-11

15

Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan


General Revenue Fund - Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

For the Year Ended March 31, 2011

Subvote and Subprogram

Appropriation

Statutory
Adjustment (1)

Appropriation
Special
Warrants &
Supplementary
Estimates

Expenditure

Virements

Revised
Appropriation

Actual
Expense

Capital
Asset
Acquistions

Capital
Asset
Amortization

Other (2)

Total
Expenditure

Over (Under)
Revised
Appropriation

Ministries and Agencies


Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration (Vote 37) (3)
Central Management and Services (AE01)
Minister's Salary (Statutory)........................................................................................... $
Executive Management..................................................................................................
Central Services.............................................................................................................
Accommodation Services...............................................................................................
Labour - Central Management.......................................................................................
Student Supports (AE03)
Operational Support.......................................................................................................
Saskatchewan Student Aid Fund...................................................................................
Provincial Training Allowance........................................................................................
Skills Training Benefit.....................................................................................................
Apprenticeship Training Allowance................................................................................
Employability Assistance for People with Disabilities.....................................................
Graduate Retention Program.........................................................................................

Universities, Federated and Affiliated Colleges.............................................................


Technical Institutes.........................................................................................................
Post-Secondary Capital Transfers.................................................................................
Innovation and Science Fund.........................................................................................
Science and Technology Research...............................................................................
Immigration (AE06)
Labour Force Development (AE16)
Operational Support.......................................................................................................
Work Readiness - Youth and Adult Skills Training.........................................................
Work Readiness - Basic Education................................................................................
Work Readiness - Employment Development...............................................................

Labour Standards...........................................................................................................
Labour Relations Board.................................................................................................
Labour Relations and Mediation....................................................................................
Worker's Advocate.........................................................................................................
Status of Women Office (AE14)
Major Capital Asset Acquisitions (AE08)
Amortization of Capital Assets (AE07)
Land, Buildings and Improvements................................................................................
Office and Information Technology................................................................................
Machinery and Equipment.............................................................................................
$

Agriculture (Vote 1)
Central Management and Services (AG01)
Minister's Salary (Statutory)........................................................................................... $
Executive Management..................................................................................................

--- $

---

---

10,644,496

---

---

5,346,165

260,737

---

---

5,606,902

2,022,656
19,865,115

412,996
673,733

-----

4,466
(415)

2,440,118
20,538,433

--22,427,000

(163)

---

(200,000)

22,226,837

--- $
307
(5,188)

44,837
1,807,268
10,639,308

3,801,000

3,643,458

---

---

---

3,643,458

24,995,000

24,995,000

---

---

---

24,995,000

29,818,000

27,520,784

---

---

---

27,520,784

11,657,000

11,255,459

---

---

---

11,255,459

2,126,000

2,006,732

---

---

---

2,006,732

5,973,000

5,941,818

---

---

---

5,941,818

23,100,000
98,463,251

-----

-----

-----

23,100,000
98,463,251

3,019,000

2,479,751

---

---

156

2,479,907

391,246,000

398,968,238

---

---

---

398,968,238
140,052,696

---

---

(2,000,000)

99,470,000

---

---

---

24,748,000

24,975,308

---

---

---

24,975,308

16,859,000

105,237,999

15,424

---

---

105,253,423

11,510,000

11,510,000

---

---

---

11,510,000

4,500,000
591,930,000
12,836,000

4,500,000
687,723,992
11,899,761

--15,424
22,968

-------

--156
134

4,500,000
687,739,572
11,922,863

12,976,000

12,273,370

195,940

---

2,162

12,471,472

21,524,000

20,244,976

---

---

300

20,245,276

21,428,000

23,596,009

---

---

---

23,596,009

140,052,696

-----

89,309,000
---

7,202,000
---

688,441,000
12,836,000

(1,688,404)

(1,006,749)

(701,428)
(913,137)

27,085,582

---

---

433

27,086,015

19,682,000
102,881,937

--195,940

-----

--2,895

19,682,000
103,080,772

7,325,000

7,178,034

---

---

(7,772)

7,170,262

2,418,000

2,610,721

---

---

(590)

2,610,131

978,000

759,831

---

---

(1,673)

758,158

738,000

789,306

---

---

639,000
12,098,000
435,000

-----

-----

-----

12,098,000
435,000

569,704
11,907,596
378,781

-------

-------

961
(8,952)
(47)

570,665
11,898,644
378,734

(199,356)
(56,266)

7,580,000

---

---

(5,252,000)

2,328,000

---

2,327,746

---

---

2,327,746

(254)

---

972,399

---

(972,399)

---

---

---

1,313,037

---

(1,313,037)

---

19,682,000
102,938,000

Labour and Employer Services (AE17)


Occupational Health and Safety.....................................................................................

--- $

7,393,000

27,328,000

Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission.....................................................

44,837 $

13,260,000

140,048,000

Regional Colleges..........................................................................................................

Central Services.............................................................................................................

1,806,961

23,100,000
101,470,000

Post-Secondary Education (AE02)


Operational Support.......................................................................................................

Total Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration

45,000
1,729,000

----851,714,000 $

45,000

---

--(163) $

---

--89,309,000 $

250,000

----- $

103,188,000

--941,022,837 $

20,451
2,305,887
935,426,320 $

----3,235,811 $

(20,451)
(2,305,887)
(2,305,887) $

44,837 $

122

----(6,229) $

--- $

(107,228)

789,428

------936,350,015 $

--- $

--- $

1,256,000

1,205,598

---

---

(148)

1,205,450

44,837

1,303,000

782,798

---

---

(115)

782,683

--(4,672,822)

Public Accounts, 2010-11

16

Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan


General Revenue Fund - Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

For the Year Ended March 31, 2011

Subvote and Subprogram


Accomodation Services..................................................................................................

Appropriation
4,679,000
7,283,000
8,446,000

Policy and Planning (AG05)


Research and Technology (AG06)
Project Coordination.......................................................................................................

Livestock Services Revolving Fund - Net Expense


(Recovery) (Statutory)................................................................................................
Land Management (AG04)
Land Management Services..........................................................................................
Crown Land Sale Incentive Program.............................................................................
Pastures Revolving Fund - Net Expense
(Recovery) (Statutory)................................................................................................

Business Risk Management (AG10)


Crop Insurance Program Delivery..................................................................................
Crop Insurance Program Premiums..............................................................................
AgriStability Program Delivery.......................................................................................
AgriStability....................................................................................................................
AgriInvest.......................................................................................................................

(445)

2,283,676

21,917,000

19,141,290
21,425,411

-----

-----

--(445)

19,141,290
21,424,966

32,170,000

23,732,598

17,580

---

(66,383)

23,683,795

500,000
32,670,000

418,030
24,150,628

--17,580

-----

--(66,383)

418,030
24,101,825

(2,000,000)

30,588,030

4,505,906

---

---

(153,306)

---

---

---

---

---

2,789,641

---

---

---

2,789,641

(581,852)
6,713,695

-----

-----

--(153,306)

3,464,915

---

---

---

3,464,915

2,227,114
5,692,029

-----

-----

-----

2,227,114
5,692,029

4,575,857

736,319

---

(105,640)

5,206,536

5,000,000
9,575,857
4,284,474

--736,319
---

-------

--(105,640)
(3,901)

5,000,000
10,206,536
4,280,573

29,510,000

29,510,000

---

---

---

29,510,000

97,549,000

96,885,000

---

---

---

96,885,000

19,712,000

17,010,285

---

---

---

17,010,285

104,600,000

109,308,000

---

---

---

109,308,000

31,880,000

---

---

---

31,880,000

110,824,704
395,417,989

-----

-----

-----

110,824,704
395,417,989

---

(581,852)

---

---

9,136,148

---

---

---

6,096,000

-----

-----

2,000,000
---

11,721,000
9,248,000

---

144,000,000

(5,000,000)

422,371,000

---

Land, Buildings and Improvements................................................................................


Machinery and Equipment.............................................................................................
Transportation Equipment..............................................................................................
Office and Information Technology................................................................................
$

Corrections, Public Safety and Policing (Vote 73)


Central Management and Services (CP01)
Minister's Salary (Statutory)........................................................................................... $
Executive Management..................................................................................................

3,719,784
5,752,754
7,258,863

500,000

--283,371,000

Amortization of Capital Assets (AG14)


Infrastructure..................................................................................................................

--(263)
(18,473)

6,000,000

32,000,000

AgriRecovery..................................................................................................................

Correctional Facilities Industries Revolving


Fund - Subsidy...........................................................................................................

---

5,000,000

2,000,000
9,721,000
9,248,000

Financial Programs (AG09)

Program Support............................................................................................................

---

---

7,721,000

Saskatchewan Farm and Ranch Water


Infrastructure Program...............................................................................................

Community Operations..................................................................................................

2,284,121
---

2,625,000
6,096,000

Irrigation and Water Infrastructure (AG11)


Irrigation Services..........................................................................................................

Community Training Residences...................................................................................

3,329,031
5,362,264
7,277,336

3,471,000

Comprehensive Pest Control Program..........................................................................

Other (2)

7,282,837
8,446,000

---

-------

Total
Expenditure

-----

(81,970)

390,753
390,753
---

Capital
Asset
Amortization

-----

--9,718,000

Industry Assistance (AG03)


Contributions for General Agriculture Interests..............................................................

Adult Corrections (CP04)


Adult Corrections Facilities.............................................................................................

Actual
Expense

3,218,000

Land Revenue - Bad Debt Allowances..........................................................................

Accomodation Services..................................................................................................

Virements

Revised
Appropriation

Capital
Asset
Acquistions

(163)
---

16,026,000
16,917,000

Regional Services (AG07)


Regional Services..........................................................................................................

Central Services.............................................................................................................

Expenditure

891,000

Research Programming.................................................................................................

Total Agriculture

Statutory
Adjustment (1)

Appropriation
Special
Warrants &
Supplementary
Estimates

(581,852)
6,560,389

(2,256,383)

---

---

19,770

---

(19,770)

---

---

---

120,605

---

(120,605)

---

---

---

8,163

---

(8,163)

---

---

--(663,985) $

--144,000,000 $

----- $

--526,806,015 $

45,000

1,658,000

1,064
2,405,985
482,305,668 $

----1,144,652 $

44,837 $
1,962,791

5,566,000

(1,064)
(2,405,985)
(2,405,985) $

----(348,411) $

--- $

--- $

--- $

---

---

---

----480,695,924 $

869,602

---

---

7,113,550

1,969,668
2,839,270

-----

-----

15,892,285
25,013,463

81,631,000

83,716,324

55,257

---

---

83,771,581

2,338,000

2,561,304

---

---

---

2,561,304

12,151,000

13,972,642

---

---

---

13,972,642

2,043,000

3,289,450

---

---

---

3,289,450

40,000

40,000

---

---

---

40,000

---

1,385,000

25,238,837

(6,486,205)

(2,575,759)

(403,971)

(1,514,464)
(4,967,427)

(26,953,011)

--(46,110,091)

44,837

6,243,948
(163)

(492,034)

1,962,791

13,922,617
22,174,193

16,585,000
23,854,000

(1,530,083)
(1,187,137)

4,352,600

---

----383,470,000 $

2,256,383

Over (Under)
Revised
Appropriation

(225,374)

Public Accounts, 2010-11

17

Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan


General Revenue Fund - Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

For the Year Ended March 31, 2011

Subvote and Subprogram


Correctional Facilities Industries Revolving

Appropriation

Fund - Net Expense (Recovery) (Statutory)...............................................................

--98,203,000

Young Offender Programs (CP07)


Young Offender Facilities...............................................................................................
Program Support............................................................................................................
Regional Services..........................................................................................................
Public Safety (CP06)
Protection and Emergency Services..............................................................................
Provincial Disaster Assistance Program........................................................................
Joint Emergency Preparedness Program......................................................................

Police Programs.............................................................................................................
Saskatchewan Police Commission................................................................................

Machinery and Equipment.............................................................................................


Office and Information Technology................................................................................
$

Education (Vote 5)
Central Management and Services (ED01)
Minister's Salary (Statutory)........................................................................................... $
Executive Management..................................................................................................

School Operating K-12 Initiatives...................................................................................


School Capital Transfers................................................................................................
First Nations and Mtis Education.................................................................................
French Education...........................................................................................................
Educational Agencies.....................................................................................................
Early Learning and Child Care (ED08)
Operational Support.......................................................................................................
KidsFirst.........................................................................................................................
Early Childhood Intervention Programs.........................................................................
Child Care......................................................................................................................
Early Childhood Education.............................................................................................
Curriculum and E-Learning (ED10)
Operational Support.......................................................................................................
Curriculum and Instruction.............................................................................................
Student Support Services..............................................................................................

--55,257

-----

-----

101,684
103,736,661
30,282,476

146,000

---

---

6,459,095

---

---

---

---

---

---

2,327,542

11,426,000
50,374,000

11,319,189
50,242,302

--146,000

-----

-----

11,319,189
50,388,302

4,382,508

---

---

---

4,382,508

1,667,000

2,649,314

---

---

---

2,649,314

550,000

48,149,647

---

---

---

48,149,647

438,939

---

---

---

438,939

1,677,120
57,297,528

-----

-----

-----

1,677,120
57,297,528

---

---

15,000

50,389,000

---

35,688,000

3,500,000

51,826,000

784,000

1,260,878

---

---

---

1,260,878

13,436,979

242,000

---

---

13,678,979

1,189,958

---

---

---

1,189,958

---

---

(2,100,000)

152,215,000

135,764,610
151,652,425

--242,000

-----

-----

135,764,610
151,894,425

---

---

---

---

---

(4,950,000)

8,860,000

72,794
72,487

8,649,261
8,649,261

-----

-----

8,722,055
8,721,748

---

2,567,336

---

(2,567,336)

---

---

---

73,030

---

(73,030)

---

---

----353,194,000 $

(307)

--101,521 $

--39,188,000 $

----- $

--392,483,521 $

51,000

1,487,000

----11,931,788 $

(2,394,809)
(5,035,175)
(5,035,175) $

46,438 $

--- $

--- $

---

---

1,684,932

8,869,000
5,360,000
15,767,000

2,394,809
5,035,175
390,155,514 $

(4,562)

---

(200,000)

15,562,438

------- $

--- $
(4,630)

----397,052,127 $

8,277,140

---

---

---

8,277,140

3,503,713
13,512,223

1,115,515
1,115,515

-----

--(4,630)

4,619,228
14,623,108

9,688,142

---

---

---

9,688,142

991,037,871

---

---

---

991,037,871

24,658,823

---

---

---

24,658,823

17,150,000

55,790,149

849,004

---

---

56,639,153

2,873,000

2,639,355

---

---

---

2,639,355

6,331,000

6,587,825

---

---

---

6,587,825

1,355,470
1,091,757,635

--849,004

-----

-----

1,355,470
1,092,606,639
4,505,718

4,100,000

1,123,194,000

4,058,000

4,505,718

---

---

---

4,482,000

4,482,002

---

---

---

3,727,911

---

---

---

3,727,911

39,866,942

---

---

260,229

40,127,171

216,000
52,798,573

-----

-----

--260,229

216,000
53,058,802

---

---

(4,100,000)

53,921,000

(320,575)

(138,252)

--4,568,606

(939,330)

(30,587,361)

4,482,002

3,728,000
45,539,000
214,000
58,021,000

5,471,528

46,438

26,226,000

76,777,000

(698)

1,680,302

12,147,000

---

(218,023)

(307)

976,519,000

1,071,000
1,042,317,000

Over (Under)
Revised
Appropriation

6,459,095

13,921,000

13,810,000
13,810,000

Amortization of Capital Assets (CP08)


Land, Buildings and Improvements................................................................................

101,684
103,681,404

2,327,542

---

Provincial Telecommunication........................................................................................

Other (2)

Total
Expenditure

30,136,476

138,400,000
154,315,000

Major Capital Projects (CP09)


Saskatoon Provincial Correctional Centre.....................................................................

Capital
Asset
Amortization

1,820,000

1,210,000

Royal Canadian Mounted Police....................................................................................

School Operating...........................................................................................................

103,954,684

Capital
Asset
Acquistions

6,931,000

6,594,000
12,638,000

Policing Services (CP10)


Program Support............................................................................................................

Pre-K-12 Education (ED03)


Operational Support.......................................................................................................

2,150,000

Actual
Expense

666,000

Provincial Public Safety Telecommunications Network.................................................

Accommodation Services...............................................................................................

3,500,000

Virements

Revised
Appropriation

3,161,000

Licensing and Inspections..............................................................................................

Central Services.............................................................................................................

101,684

Expenditure

30,197,000

Community and Alternative Measures...........................................................................

Total Corrections, Public Safety and Policing

Statutory
Adjustment (1)

Appropriation
Special
Warrants &
Supplementary
Estimates

1,420,000

1,639,895

---

---

---

1,639,895

3,367,000

2,855,573

---

---

---

2,855,573

715,000

784,404

---

---

---

784,404

(862,198)

Public Accounts, 2010-11

18

Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan


General Revenue Fund - Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

For the Year Ended March 31, 2011

Subvote and Subprogram


Technology Supported Learning Revolving Fund -

Appropriation

Net Expense (Recovery) (Statutory)..........................................................................

--5,502,000

Literacy (ED17)
Literacy Office................................................................................................................

2,071,000
2,539,000
12,173,000

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)..................................................

Virements

Revised
Appropriation

(30,721)

---

---

5,471,279

-----

-----

(71,000)
271,000

2,468,000
12,444,000

Energy and Resources (Vote 23)


Central Management and Services (ER01)
Minister's Salary (Statutory)........................................................................................... $
Executive Management..................................................................................................
Central Services.............................................................................................................
Accommodation Services...............................................................................................
Surface Rights Arbitration Board...................................................................................

Revenue and Program Services (ER04)

---

---

---

385,168

-------

-------

-------

2,056,759
2,441,927
12,436,718

---

1,342,178

---

---

93,846,286

---

---

1,778,375

10,121,000

10,372,258

---

---

---

10,372,258

6,540,430

1,217,000

----1,313,134,000 $

--6,505,147 $

--77,994,000 $

---

184,572,430

----- $

--1,397,633,147 $

45,000

60,653,769

---

---

---

60,653,769

16,368,855
184,361,721

-----

-----

-----

16,368,855
184,361,721

580,865

---

(580,865)

---

---

499,711
1,080,576
1,363,638,524 $

----1,964,519 $

44,837 $

(499,711)
(1,080,576)
(1,080,576) $

----255,599 $

--- $

--- $

576,680

---

---

16,147,000

8,758,147

7,479,493

---

1,587

3,274,000

3,396,237

---

---

---

3,396,237

119,512
12,895,413
1,594,604

--7,479,493
---

-------

--1,078
(5,376)

119,512
20,375,984
1,589,228

(163)
-----

-------

--200,000

(509)

(26,073)
(7,282)

(210,709)

--(32,855,081)

44,837
576,171
16,239,227

(853)
(772)

3,525,000

3,530,498

---

---

(5,944)

3,524,554

7,772,000

7,764,848

---

---

6,825

7,771,673

(327)

1,418,000

1,416,407

---

---

---

1,416,407

(1,593)

2,079,000

42,839,592

660

---

1,304

42,841,556

1,400,000

1,450,000

---

---

---

1,450,000

929,000

399,478

---

---

(28,585)

370,893

1,500,000
46,189,070

--660

-----

--(27,281)

1,500,000
46,162,449

---

4,143,480

---

(4,143,480)

---

---

---

62,114

---

(62,114)

---

-----

Resource and Energy Policy (ER06)


Mineral and Energy Policy.............................................................................................

1,000,000
5,408,000

----44,019,000 $

---

--(163) $

36,826,000

--36,826,000 $

(200,000)

20,376,837
1,590,000

--- $

----1,364,778,066 $

742,000

---

385,168
2,056,759
2,441,927
12,436,718

---

---

Office and Information Technology................................................................................

(222,128)

---

3,725,000

Machinery and Equipment.............................................................................................

(30,721)
5,249,151

---

7,368,000

Amortization of Capital Assets (ER17)


Land, Buildings and Improvements................................................................................

---

---

5,751,000

Petroleum Technology Research Centre.......................................................................

---

1,778,375

Petroleum and Natural Gas (ER05)

Energy Sector Initiatives................................................................................................

---

1,342,178

Exploration and Geological Services (ER16)

Green Initiatives - Energy...............................................................................................

Over (Under)
Revised
Appropriation

93,846,286

169,000
20,377,000
1,390,000

Forestry Development (ER18)

Other (2)

Total
Expenditure

1,835,000

---

Office and Information Technology................................................................................

(30,721)
5,249,151

Capital
Asset
Amortization

1,464,000

15,492,000
176,815,000

Amortization of Capital Assets (ED16)


Land, Buildings and Improvements................................................................................

Actual
Expense

Capital
Asset
Acquistions

95,700,000

52,203,000

Teachers' Extended Health Plan....................................................................................

Total Energy and Resources

Expenditure

468,000

Literacy Initiatives...........................................................................................................

Total Education

Statutory
Adjustment (1)

Appropriation
Special
Warrants &
Supplementary
Estimates

404,000
(4,333,000)

3,929,000

----- $

46,163,000

--80,844,837 $

24,942
4,230,536
77,621,376 $

----7,480,153 $

(24,942)
(4,230,536)
(4,230,536) $

----(30,698) $

(446)

(551)

------80,840,295 $

--(4,542)

Enterprise and Innovation Programs (Vote 43)


Investment Programs (EI03)
Small Business Loan Associations Concessionary Allowance.......................................................................................... $
Small Business Loan Associations - Loan Loss Provision.............................................
Ethanol Fuel Tax Rebate...............................................................................................

267,000

Total Enterprise and Innovation Programs

Enterprise Saskatchewan (Vote 83)


Operations (ES01)

21,823,000 $

Programs (ES02)
Enterprise Regions.........................................................................................................

195,807 $

--- $

--- $

--- $

117,789

---

---

---

----- $

24,400,000
24,400,000 $

23,800,000
24,113,596
24,113,596 $

------- $

------- $

------- $

23,800,000
24,113,596
24,113,596 $

(286,404)
(286,404)

--- $

21,823,000 $

21,373,000 $

--- $

--- $

--- $

21,373,000 $

(450,000)

---

---

---

480,000
8,800,000
9,547,000
9,547,000 $

3,952,000

----- $

14,853,000
14,853,000 $

--- $

--- $

3,952,000

195,807
117,789

3,952,000

Public Accounts, 2010-11

19

Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan


General Revenue Fund - Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

For the Year Ended March 31, 2011

Subvote and Subprogram


Saskatchewan Trade and Export Partnership...............................................................

Appropriation

Environment (Vote 26)


Central Management and Services (EN01)
Minister's Salary (Statutory)........................................................................................... $
Executive Management..................................................................................................
Central Services.............................................................................................................
Accommodation Services...............................................................................................
Climate Change (EN06)
Green Initatives..............................................................................................................
Green Initiatives - SARCAN...........................................................................................
Climate Change Program..............................................................................................
Land (EN15)
Environmental Support (EN14)
Aboriginal Relations.......................................................................................................
Strategic Planning and Performance Improvement.......................................................
Information Management and Geomatics......................................................................
Client Services...............................................................................................................
Technical Resources......................................................................................................
Fish, Wildlife and Biodiversity (EN07)
Fish and Wildlife Program..............................................................................................
Fish and Wildlife Development Fund.............................................................................
Compliance and Field Services (EN08)
Field Operations.............................................................................................................
Compliance and Enforcement........................................................................................
Environmental Protection (EN11)
Municipal........................................................................................................................
Industrial.........................................................................................................................
Environmental Audit.......................................................................................................
Environmental Assessment............................................................................................
Beverage Container Collection and Recycling System..................................................
Saskatchewan Watershed Authority - Operations.........................................................
Saskatchewan Watershed Authority - Water Control.....................................................
Saskatchewan Watershed Authority - Water
Infrastructure Rehabilitation.......................................................................................
Saskatchewan Watershed Authority - Water Quality.....................................................
Saskatchewan Watershed Authority - Flood Relief........................................................
Forest Services (EN09)
Forest Program..............................................................................................................
Reforestation..................................................................................................................
Insect and Disease Control............................................................................................
Fire Management and Forest Protection (EN10)
Forest Fire Operations...................................................................................................
Recoverable Fire Suppression Operations....................................................................
Forest Fire Capital Projects............................................................................................
Amortization of Capital Assets (EN18)
Infrastructure..................................................................................................................
Land, Buildings and Improvements................................................................................
Machinery and Equipment.............................................................................................

Expenditure

Virements

Revised
Appropriation

Actual
Expense

3,261,000

Community Development Trust......................................................................................


Total Enterprise Saskatchewan

Statutory
Adjustment (1)

Appropriation
Special
Warrants &
Supplementary
Estimates

8,000,000
15,213,000
37,036,000 $

3,261,000
----- $

3,000,000
3,000,000 $

----- $

18,213,000
40,036,000 $

45,000

Capital
Asset
Acquistions

Capital
Asset
Amortization

Other (2)

---

---

---

11,000,000
18,213,000
39,586,000 $

------- $

------- $

------- $

44,667 $

--- $

--- $

--- $

Total
Expenditure
3,261,000
11,000,000
18,213,000
39,586,000 $

1,452,049

---

---

659

1,452,708

9,547,000

9,436,742

---

---

31,034

9,467,776

5,554,270
16,487,728

-----

-----

--31,693

5,554,270
16,519,421

11,314,000

10,480,533

---

---

---

10,480,533

4,000,000

4,600,000

---

---

---

4,600,000

1,409,000
16,723,000
2,778,000

981,331
16,061,864
2,665,136

-------

-------

-------

981,331
16,061,864
2,665,136

(333)

-----

---

-----

---

-----

17,137,667

16,723,000
2,778,000

855,000

778,355

---

---

---

778,355

699,000

516,610

---

---

---

516,610

5,237,000

2,584,075

2,380,327

---

715

4,965,117

1,096,000

715,658

---

---

---

715,658

91,890
2,472,217

-----

--715

2,570,508
9,546,248

3,173,000
11,060,000

---

---

(650,000)

10,410,000

2,478,618
7,073,316
4,824,393

21,769

---

1,787

4,847,949

---

---

---

8,883,000

3,621,840
8,446,233

--21,769

-----

--1,787

3,621,840
8,469,789

12,072,603

---

---

(210)

12,072,393

---

---

1,040,000

17,625,000

3,881,654
15,954,257

1,665,952
1,665,952

-----

--(210)

5,547,606
17,619,999

4,362,000

4,152,850

---

---

---

4,152,850

2,866,000

2,367,335

---

---

---

2,367,335

625,000

8,882

---

---

---

5,079,000
3,804,000
8,883,000
11,047,000
5,538,000
16,585,000

970,192

---

---

---

970,192

17,721,000

---

---

---

17,721,000

965,000

965,000

---

---

---

965,000

561,000

561,000

---

---

---

561,000

866,000

---

---

---

2,022,000

---

---

---

2,022,000

--31,221,000

45,015,000
74,649,259

-----

-----

-----

45,015,000
74,649,259

6,373,000

5,893,713

---

---

---

5,893,713

2,950,000

2,440,421

---

---

170,774

2,611,195

620,000
9,943,000

1,136,889
9,471,023

-----

-----

--170,774

1,136,889
9,641,797
56,752,880

---

45,015,000

---

(190,000)

(200,000)

76,046,000

9,743,000

58,688,000

56,054,630

791,470

---

(93,220)

1,400,000

723,221

---

---

---

723,221

11,419,000
71,507,000

8,821
56,786,672

9,187,371
9,978,841

-----

--(93,220)

9,196,192
66,672,293

---

70,824

---

(70,824)

---

---

---

301,450

---

(301,450)

---

---

---

889,626

---

(887,430)

(2,196)

---

---

---

---

71,507,000

(661,136)
(112,864)

(863,752)

(413,211)

(5,001)

866,000

2,022,000
---

(618,246)

8,882

1,233,000
17,721,000

866,000

--(450,000)

44,667

1,692,000
5,854,000
17,138,000

Over (Under)
Revised
Appropriation

(1,396,741)

(101,203)

(4,834,707)

Public Accounts, 2010-11

20

Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan


General Revenue Fund - Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

For the Year Ended March 31, 2011

Subvote and Subprogram


Transporation Equipment...............................................................................................

Appropriation

Expenditure

Virements

Revised
Appropriation

Actual
Expense

Executive Council (Vote 10)


Central Management and Services (EX01)
Executive Management.................................................................................................. $
Central Services.............................................................................................................

----185,838,000 $

--45,015,000 $

----- $

Capital
Asset
Amortization

---

Other (2)

(4,259,883)

(407,875)

---

--230,852,667 $

370,348
6,300,006
213,895,494 $

----14,138,779 $

(370,348)
(5,889,935)
(5,889,935) $

--(410,071)
(298,532) $

4,667,758
--(333) $

Capital
Asset
Acquistions

Total
Expenditure

---

Office and Information Technology................................................................................


Total Environment

Statutory
Adjustment (1)

Appropriation
Special
Warrants &
Supplementary
Estimates

--(9,006,861)

1,857,384 $

--- $

--- $

--- $

1,366,000

1,899,312

---

---

---

1,899,312

Premier's Office (EX07)

1,507,000
5,001,000
572,000

-----

-----

150,000
---

5,151,000
572,000

1,380,635
5,137,331
524,127

-------

-------

-------

1,380,635
5,137,331
524,127

(13,669)
(47,873)

Cabinet Planning (EX04)

1,001,000

1,001,000

Accommodation Services...............................................................................................

2,128,000

----221,845,806 $

Over (Under)
Revised
Appropriation

1,857,384

---

---

---

927,137

---

---

---

927,137

(73,863)

504,000

---

---

---

504,000

480,526

---

---

---

480,526

(23,474)

1,413,000

---

---

---

1,413,000

1,317,566

---

---

---

1,317,566

(95,434)

House Business and Research (EX08)

466,000

---

---

---

466,000

381,537

---

---

---

381,537

(84,463)

Members of the Executive Council (Statutory) (EX06)

154,000

(45,113)

---

---

108,887

108,887

---

---

---

108,887

--(45,113) $

----- $

2,916,000
12,131,887 $

2,751,658
11,628,769 $

----- $

----- $

----- $

49,471 $

Cabinet Secretariat (EX05)


Communications Office (EX03)

Intergovernmental Affairs (EX10)


Total Executive Council

Finance (Vote 18)


Central Management and Services (FI01)
Minister's Salary (Statutory)........................................................................................... $
Executive Management..................................................................................................
Central Services.............................................................................................................
Accommodation Services...............................................................................................

3,066,000
12,177,000 $

(150,000)
--- $

45,000

2,751,658
11,628,769 $

--- $

--- $

--- $

836,000

1,093,857

---

---

---

1,093,857

3,486,000

3,261,168

---

---

---

3,261,168

--(164,342)
(503,118)

49,471

Treasury and Debt Management (FI04)

2,413,000
6,780,000
2,478,000

4,471
---

-----

-----

6,784,471
2,478,000

2,043,611
6,448,107
1,976,496

136,524
136,524
---

-------

-------

2,180,135
6,584,631
1,976,496

Provincial Comptroller (FI03)

8,575,000

---

---

---

8,575,000

8,561,357

---

---

---

8,561,357

(13,643)

Budget Analysis (FI06)

5,047,000

---

---

---

5,047,000

4,753,559

---

---

---

4,753,559

(293,441)

18,393,000

14,743,679

716,919

---

---

15,460,598

2,300,000

2,300,000

---

---

---

2,300,000

1,310,000
18,353,679
408,329

--716,919
---

-------

-------

1,310,000
19,070,598
408,329

(2,932,402)
(112,671)
(6,000,000)

Revenue (FI05)
Revenue Division...........................................................................................................
Allowance for Doubtful Accounts...................................................................................
Canada Revenue Agency Income Tax Administration...................................................
Personnel Policy Secretariat (FI10)
Research and Development Tax Credit (FI12)

1,310,000
22,003,000
521,000

-----

-----

-----

22,003,000
521,000

18,000,000

---

---

---

18,000,000

12,000,000

---

---

---

12,000,000

Pensions and Benefits (FI09)


Public Service Superannuation Plan (Statutory)............................................................

121,875,000

121,394,011

---

---

---

121,394,011

Members of the Legislative Assembly - Pensions


and Benefits (Statutory).............................................................................................

3,034,000

3,124,253

---

---

---

3,124,253

3,650,000

3,843,651

---

---

---

3,843,651

58,412,000

55,037,408

---

---

---

55,037,408

27,375,000

26,820,318

---

---

---

26,820,318

11,928,000

12,063,855

---

---

---

12,063,855

9,114,000

9,101,249

---

---

---

9,101,249

33,215,000

32,904,324

---

---

---

32,904,324

1,350,000

1,165,422

---

---

---

1,165,422

-----

-----

-----

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 - Net Expense (Recovery) (Statutory)...............................................................
Miscellaneous Payments (FI08)
Bonding of Public Officials.............................................................................................
Unforeseen and Unprovided For....................................................................................
Implementation of Guarantees (Statutory).....................................................................
Amortization of Capital Assets (FI11)
Office and Information Technology................................................................................

(5,479,000)
264,474,000

265,059

---

---

264,739,059

(5,016,856)
260,437,635

(5,016,856)
260,437,635

65,000

73,830

---

---

---

50,000

---

---

---

---

---

--73,830

-----

-----

-----

--73,830

1,012,095

---

(1,012,095)

---

---

25,000
140,000
---

(25,000)

---

---

115,000

(199,840)
(501,504)

(4,301,424)

73,830

(41,170)

Public Accounts, 2010-11

21

Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan


General Revenue Fund - Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

For the Year Ended March 31, 2011

Subvote and Subprogram


Land, Buildings and Improvements................................................................................
Total Finance

Appropriation

Finance - Debt Servicing (Vote 12)


Debt Servicing (FD01)
Interest on Government Debt (Statutory)....................................................................... $
Foreign Currency Adjustment (Statutory)......................................................................
Fees and Commissions (Statutory)................................................................................
Crown Corporation Debt Servicing (Statutory) (FD02)
Total Finance - Debt Servicing

First Nations and Mtis Relations (Vote 25)


Central Management and Services (FN01)
Minister's Salary (Statutory)........................................................................................... $
Executive Management..................................................................................................
Central Services.............................................................................................................
Accommodation Services...............................................................................................

----328,018,000 $

Statutory
Adjustment (1)
--244,530 $

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

Expenditure

Virements
----- $

Revised
Appropriation

Actual
Expense

----853,443 $

(77,044)
(1,089,139)
(1,089,139) $

------- $

----313,866,435 $

399,101,255 $

--- $

--- $

--- $

399,101,255

---

---

---

4,550,070
403,438,599
20,895,522
424,334,121 $

--------- $

--------- $

--------- $

44,837 $

(212,726)
------- $

------- $

Other (2)

Total
Expenditure

77,044
1,089,139
314,102,131 $

1,510,000
(9,561,401)
(1,104,478)
(10,665,879) $

Capital
Asset
Amortization

--328,262,530 $

406,624,000
4,866,000
413,000,000
22,000,000
435,000,000 $

Capital
Asset
Acquistions

403,438,599
20,895,522
424,334,121 $

45,000

--- $

--- $

--- $

1,412,136

---

---

---

1,412,136

1,028,000

922,980

---

---

---

922,980

776,563
3,156,516

-----

-----

-----

776,563
3,156,516

1,320,000

1,448,350

---

---

---

1,448,350

1,097,000

969,750

---

---

---

969,750

3,000,000
5,417,000

1,724,885
4,142,985

-----

-----

-----

1,724,885
4,142,985

53,909,639

---

---

---

53,909,639

2,512,501
56,422,140
4,096,448

-------

-------

-------

2,512,501
56,422,140
4,096,448
2,652,787

(163)

---

---

3,453,837

--(14,396,095)

(212,726)
4,550,070
403,438,599
20,895,522
424,334,121 $

1,732,000
649,000
3,454,000

Over (Under)
Revised
Appropriation

-------

44,837

(297,321)

Policy Coordination and Support for Aboriginal


Organizations (FN02)
Policy and Coordination.................................................................................................
Support for Aboriginal Organizations and Issues...........................................................
First Nations and Mtis Consultation Participation Fund...............................................
Gaming Agreements (FN03)
First Nations Gaming Agreements.................................................................................
Mtis Development Fund...............................................................................................

3,427,000
68,128,000
4,891,000

Treaty Land Entitlement (FN04)


Northern Affairs Division (FN08)
Northern Economic Development..................................................................................
Northern Industry and Resource Development..............................................................
Northern Social Development........................................................................................

Government Services (Vote 013)


Central Management and Services (GS01)
Minister's Salary (Statutory)........................................................................................... $
Executive Management..................................................................................................

Allocated to Services Subvotes......................................................................................


Accommodation Services (GS02)
Operations and Maintenance of Property......................................................................
Accommodation Costs Incurred on Behalf of the
Legislative Assembly..................................................................................................
Program Delivery and Client Services...........................................................................
Wind Energy...................................................................................................................
Environmental Sustainability Investments......................................................................
Accommodation Allocated to Ministries..........................................................................
Accommodation Charged to External Clients................................................................

5,417,000

-----

-----

-----

68,128,000
4,891,000

2,652,787

---

---

---

(14,460)

---

---

---

(14,460)

894,000

900,090

---

---

---

900,090

272,756
3,811,173

-----

-----

-----

272,756
3,811,173

1,058

---

---

---

---

3,843,000

---

Office and Information Technology................................................................................

Accommodation Services...............................................................................................

---

80,000
185,000
3,843,000

Amortization of Capital Assets (FN07)


Machinery and Equipment.............................................................................................

Central Services.............................................................................................................

---

2,684,000

Northern Development Fund - Loan Loss Provision......................................................

Total First Nations and Metis Relations

---

64,701,000

----85,733,000 $

--(163) $

----- $

----- $

--85,732,837 $

45,000

---

(1,058)

---

--1,058
71,630,320 $

------- $

--(1,058)
(1,058) $

------- $

44,916 $

--- $

--- $

--- $

---

---

---

628,021
6,321,883

782,000

628,021

7,266,000

6,327,322

---

(5,439)

---

643,000

303,283

---

---

---

-----

--(5,439)

-----

---

(22,347,010)

(128,438)

(8,691,000)
45,000

(5,523)

---

---

39,477

144,923,000

(7,258,626)
44,916
147,396,607

----71,629,262 $

3,151,000

---

---

---

3,151,000

16,922,291

---

(84,404)

4,781

16,842,668

320,000

---

---

---

320,000

2,112,000

2,209,913

---

---

---

2,209,913

---

(1,800,000)

31,219,832

--(14,103,575)

---

124,921,159

320,000

22,873,832

(31,827)

303,283
(7,258,626)
39,477

3,151,000

(42,533,000)
10,146,000

(11,705,860)
(794,552)

44,916

18,609,000

(116,436,000)

(1,274,015)

(116,280,627)

---

---

---

(116,280,627)

--53,719,184

-----

--(22,431,414)

--(123,657)

--31,164,113

(55,719)

Public Accounts, 2010-11

22

Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan


General Revenue Fund - Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

For the Year Ended March 31, 2011

Subvote and Subprogram


Transportation Services (GS05)
Vehicle Services.............................................................................................................
Air Services....................................................................................................................
Transportion Services Allocated to Ministries................................................................
Transportation Services Charged to External Clients....................................................

Other (2)

37,504,183

---

(10,791,019)

(971,312)

25,741,852

9,385,000

9,829,457

---

(1,955,613)

(571,331)

(26,903,000)

(28,462,393)

---

---

---

(28,462,393)

--18,871,247

-----

--(12,746,632)

--(1,542,643)

--4,581,972

12,701,000

12,737,496

---

(49,779)

(26,991)

12,660,726

Telecommunications Services........................................................................................
Other Services...............................................................................................................
Government Support Services Allocated to Ministries...................................................

11,206,000

14,837,218

---

---

---

14,837,218

195,000

621,982

---

---

---

Government Support Services Charged to External Clients..........................................


Project Management (GS03)
Saskatchewan Disease Control Laboratory...................................................................

5,135,855

---

Virements

---

Revised
Appropriation

Actual
Expense

5,135,855

---

---

---

(19,549,110)

--8,647,586

-----

--(49,779)

--(26,991)

--8,570,816

---

---

9,063,695

SIAST Buildings.............................................................................................................
Other..............................................................................................................................
Project Management Allocated to Ministries..................................................................
Project Management Charged to External Clients.........................................................

---

465,411

---

---

2,500,000

---

4,290,604

---

---

4,290,604

6,180,000

8,115,380

856,775

---

---

8,972,155

6,596,000

5,229,134

12,395,056

---

---

17,624,190

(1,450,855)

(18,007,846)

---

---

(19,458,701)

--11,893,659
1,663,613

-------

----(13,750)

----(61,250)

--11,893,659
1,588,613

Major Capital Asset Aquisitions (GS07)


Land, Buildings and Improvements................................................................................

---

11,832,650

---

---

11,832,650

-----

2,507,438
14,340,088

-----

-----

2,507,438
14,340,088

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

---

11,893,659
(13,750)

-----

-----

11,893,659
1,861,250

---

---

1,800,000

14,348,000

9,817,000

Machinery and Equipment.............................................................................................

2,731,000
12,548,000

Amortization of Capital Assets (GS08)


Land, Buildings and Improvements................................................................................
Machinery and Equipment.............................................................................................
Allocated........................................................................................................................
Total Government Services

----25,020,000 $

Government Services (Vote 13)

25,020,000 $

--48,541,768 $

----- $

----- $

(24,024,091) $

--73,561,768 $

----94,840,205 $

----14,340,088 $

----(35,247,014) $

----(1,754,541) $

995,909 $

10,972,287 $

14,340,088 $

(24,024,008) $

(1,754,541) $

(492,879)

465,411

(9,096,000)
(6,180,000)
--1,875,000

Purchasing (GS04)

(553,883)

621,982

(19,549,110)

(7,270,000)
406,000

8,657,695

Over (Under)
Revised
Appropriation

7,302,513

(16,426,000)

---

Courthouses...................................................................................................................

Capital
Asset
Amortization

34,367,000

(16,849,000)
---

Government Support Services (GS06)


Mail Services..................................................................................................................

Expenditure
Capital
Asset
Acquistions

Total
Expenditure

Appropriation

Statutory
Adjustment (1)

Appropriation
Special
Warrants &
Supplementary
Estimates

--(272,637)

(7,912)

------72,178,738 $

--(1,383,030)

(466,174) $

(1,462,083)

--- $

--- $

Accommodation Services (GS02)

---

39,015,954

---

---

39,015,954

45,591,933

---

(6,289,292)

---

39,302,641

286,687

Transportation Services (GS05)

---

12,964,112

---

---

12,964,112

17,761,344

---

(4,918,374)

---

12,842,970

(121,142)

8,692,134

---

---

----- $

----- $

Government Services (Vote 13) - Commercial Operations

Government Support Services (GS06)


Project Management (GS03)
Total Government Services

--$

Health (Vote 32)


Central Management and Services (HE01)
Minister's Salary (Statutory)........................................................................................... $
Executive Management..................................................................................................
Central Services.............................................................................................................
Accommodation Services...............................................................................................
Provincial Health Services (HE04)
Canadian Blood Services...............................................................................................
Provincial Targeted Programs and Services..................................................................
Provincial Laboratory.....................................................................................................
Health Research............................................................................................................
Health Quality Council....................................................................................................
Immunizations................................................................................................................
Saskatchewan Health Information Network...................................................................
Provincial Programs Support.........................................................................................

--25,020,000 $

11,893,659
48,541,768 $

8,692,134

8,620,982

11,893,659
73,561,768 $

45,000

(15,340)

--14,340,088 $

--(35,247,014) $

44,837 $

----(1,754,541) $

--- $

--- $

1,962,200

---

---

---

1,962,200

8,567,000

5,324,102

---

---

2,562,391

7,886,493

4,174,195
11,505,334

633,146
633,146

-----

--2,562,391

4,807,341
14,700,871

46,014,000

46,899,984

---

---

---

46,899,984

44,826,000

44,670,143

---

---

---

44,670,143

21,638,000

20,862,216

734,151

---

(126,497)

21,469,870

5,421,000

10,471,000

---

---

---

10,471,000

(163)

---

---

15,388,837

4,729,000

---

---

---

9,122,834

---

---

3,725,337

12,848,171

26,590,000

34,590,000

---

---

---

34,590,000

21,652,643
195,997,820

812,072
1,546,223

-----

--3,598,840

22,464,715
201,142,883

---

13,050,000

9,500,000

205,480,000

(86,492)
--(1,383,030)

44,837

16,697,000
17,015,000
182,930,000

7,729,000

--- $

8,605,642
11,893,659
72,178,738 $

1,910,000
4,867,000
15,389,000

---

11,893,659
94,840,205 $

(687,966)

7,729,000

(4,337,117)

Public Accounts, 2010-11

23

Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan


General Revenue Fund - Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

For the Year Ended March 31, 2011

Subvote and Subprogram


Regional Health Services (HE03)

Appropriation

Regional Health Authorities Base Operating Funding:


- Athabasca Health Authority Inc....................................................................................
- Cypress Regional Health Authority..............................................................................
- Five Hills Regional Health Authority.............................................................................
- Heartland Regional Health Authority...........................................................................
- Keewatin Yatth 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...........................................................................................
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.............................................................................................
Chiropractic Services.....................................................................................................
Optometric Services.......................................................................................................
Dental Services..............................................................................................................
Out-of-Province..............................................................................................................
Medical Services Program Support................................................................................
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.....................................................................................

Amortization of Capital Assets (HE11)


Machinery and Equipment.............................................................................................
Office and Information Technology................................................................................
Land, Buildings and Improvements................................................................................
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..........................................................................................................
First Nations Roads Pilot Projects..................................................................................

Expenditure

Virements

Revised
Appropriation

Actual
Expense

Capital
Asset
Acquistions

Capital
Asset
Amortization

Other (2)

Total
Expenditure

6,003,000

5,995,000

---

---

---

5,995,000

99,523,000

100,566,283

---

---

---

100,566,283

117,028,000

117,351,455

---

---

---

117,351,455

74,900,000

74,938,881

---

---

---

74,938,881

22,238,000

22,259,395

---

---

---

22,259,395

90,785,000

91,623,921

---

---

---

91,623,921

21,719,000

21,742,357

---

---

---

21,742,357

163,495,000

167,605,676

---

---

---

167,605,676

165,934,000

167,333,518

---

---

---

167,333,518

723,085,000

728,439,770

---

---

---

728,439,770

804,772,000

810,442,381

---

---

---

810,442,381

110,041,000

110,230,901

---

---

---

110,230,901

160,588,000

161,172,634

---

---

---

161,172,634

220,187,000

211,650,975

---

---

---

211,650,975

109,303,000

114,191,189

---

---

---

114,191,189

---

283,837,298

---

---

---

283,837,298

---

34,807,635

---

---

---

34,807,635

17,144,000
2,906,745,000
10,608,000

16,684,902
3,240,874,171
10,595,319

-------

-------

-------

16,684,902
3,240,874,171
10,595,319

-----

331,996,000
---

4,000,000
---

3,242,741,000
10,608,000

404,259,000

456,500,358

---

---

---

456,500,358

136,845,000

94,124,926

---

---

---

94,124,926

47,293,000

51,674,096

---

---

---

51,674,096

---

61,200

---

---

---

61,200

5,599,000

5,631,902

---

---

---

5,631,902

2,545,000

1,798,103

---

---

---

1,798,103

102,316,000

114,925,669

---

---

---

114,925,669

4,563,000
703,420,000

4,190,246
728,906,500

-----

-----

-----

4,190,246
728,906,500

---

20,500,000

6,000,000

729,920,000

317,768,000

297,382,494

---

---

---

297,382,494

37,185,000

33,519,321

---

---

---

33,519,321

17,741,000

18,290,413

---

---

---

18,290,413

5,095,000

4,692,628

---

---

---

4,692,628

320,000

283,245

---

---

---

283,245

3,995,514
358,163,615
---

----495,842

-------

-------

3,995,514
358,163,615
495,842

4,549,000
382,658,000
250,000

Provincial Infrastructure Projects (HE05)

Statutory
Adjustment (1)

Appropriation
Special
Warrants &
Supplementary
Estimates

-----

-----

(20,500,000)
1,000,000

362,158,000
1,250,000

---

653,124

---

(653,124)

---

---

---

990,656

---

(990,656)

---

---

----4,202,000,000 $

--(163) $

--365,546,000 $

----- $

--4,567,545,837 $

45,000

(106,482)
(1,750,262)
(1,750,262) $

----6,161,231 $

----4,554,879,201 $

--- $

--- $

--- $

954,000

899,452

---

---

---

899,452

4,767,384

---

---

---

4,767,384

11,688,395
17,400,068

3,198,452
3,198,452

-----

-----

14,886,847
20,598,520

23,500,000

(163)

---

(200,000)

21,109,837

44,837 $

----2,675,211 $

5,130,000
15,181,000
21,310,000

106,482
1,750,262
4,547,793,021 $

47,000,000

---

Over (Under)
Revised
Appropriation

(1,866,829)
(12,681)

(1,013,500)

(3,994,385)
(754,158)

--(12,666,636)

44,837

---

---

4,460,000

5,080,264

---

---

---

5,080,264

17,518,000

16,816,340

---

---

---

16,816,340

47,000,000

---

60,051

---

---

---

60,051

(511,317)

Public Accounts, 2010-11

24

Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan


General Revenue Fund - Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

For the Year Ended March 31, 2011

Subvote and Subprogram


Shortline Railway Sustainability Program......................................................................

Appropriation

Traffic Counting..............................................................................................................
Operation of Transportation System (HI10)
Winter Maintenance.......................................................................................................
Road Safety and Traffic Guidance.................................................................................
Operational Services......................................................................................................
Transport Compliance....................................................................................................
Ferry Services................................................................................................................
Airports...........................................................................................................................
Information Technology Services...................................................................................

Expenditure

Virements

Revised
Appropriation

Actual
Expense

Transportation Policy and Programs (HI06)


Custom Work Activity (HI09)
Machinery and Equipment (HI13)
Amortization of Capital Assets (HI14)
Infrastructure..................................................................................................................
Machinery and Equipment.............................................................................................
Transportation Equipment..............................................................................................
Office and Information Technology................................................................................

Other (2)

Total
Expenditure

500,009

---

---

---

500,009

--69,456,664

-----

-----

-----

--69,456,664

---

23,500,000

---

69,628,000

25,396,000

34,574,860

---

---

---

34,574,860

23,571,000

25,960,897

---

---

---

25,960,897

21,407,000

22,290,358

611,204

---

---

22,901,562

6,038,000

5,382,913

---

---

---

5,382,913

3,496,000

3,649,386

---

---

---

3,649,386

2,532,000

2,499,938

---

---

---

2,499,938

--611,204

-----

-----

4,441,744
99,411,300

---

6,000,000

11,343,000
138,563,000
3,782,000

-----

-----

---

6,145,174

---

4,500,000

---

---

4,441,744
98,800,096
117,914,009

---

---

---

117,914,009

(7,500,000)
---

131,063,000
3,782,000

10,533,400
128,447,409
3,692,071

-------

-------

-------

10,533,400
128,447,409
3,692,071

(2,615,591)
(89,929)

---

6,145,174

5,924,550

---

---

---

5,924,550

(220,624)

400,000

4,900,000

---

4,641,843

---

---

4,641,843

(258,157)

103,820,417

---

(108,064,422)

4,244,005

---

413,477

---

(413,477)

---

---

---

5,175,752

---

(5,175,752)

---

---

---

138,081

---

(138,081)

---

---

Total Highways and Infrastructure

Highways and Infrastructure (Vote 16)

(171,336)

100,087,000

---

----301,070,000 $

Over (Under)
Revised
Appropriation

7,300,000

---

Land, Buildings and Improvements................................................................................

Capital
Asset
Amortization

500,000

127,220,000

Regional Services..........................................................................................................

Capital
Asset
Acquistions

150,000
46,128,000

4,347,000
86,787,000

Preservation of Transporation System (HI04)


Surface Preservation......................................................................................................

Statutory
Adjustment (1)

Appropriation
Special
Warrants &
Supplementary
Estimates

(675,700)

--6,145,011 $

--29,500,000 $

----- $

--336,715,011 $

127,098
109,674,825
433,395,683 $

----8,451,499 $

(127,098)
(113,918,830)
(113,918,830) $

--4,244,005
4,244,005 $

----332,172,357 $

--(4,542,654)

301,070,000 $

(163) $

29,500,000 $

--- $

330,569,837 $

427,471,133 $

8,451,499 $

(113,918,830) $

4,244,005 $

326,247,807 $

(4,322,030)

Custom Work Activity (HI09)


Total Highways and Infrastructure

--301,070,000 $

6,145,174
6,145,011 $

--29,500,000 $

----- $

6,145,174
336,715,011 $

5,924,550
433,395,683 $

--8,451,499 $

--(113,918,830) $

--4,244,005 $

5,924,550
332,172,357 $

(220,624)
(4,542,654)

Highways and Infrastructure Capital (Vote 17)


Infrastructure Rehabilitation (HC01)

81,700,000 $

31,510,862 $

--- $

--- $

113,210,862 $

--- $

111,370,512 $

--- $

--- $

111,370,512 $

(1,840,350)

168,600,000
250,300,000 $

78,603,136
110,113,998 $

----- $

----- $

247,203,136
360,413,998 $

----- $

190,920,625
302,291,137 $

----- $

----- $

190,920,625
302,291,137 $

(56,282,511)
(58,122,861)

926,622 $

Highways and Infrastructure (Vote 16) - Commercial Operations

Infrastructure Enhancement (HC02)


Total Highways and Infrastructure Capital

Information Technology Office (Vote 74)


Central Management and Services (IT01)
Executive Management.................................................................................................. $
Central Services.............................................................................................................
Accommodation Services...............................................................................................
Minister's Salary (Statutory)...........................................................................................
IT Coordination and Transformation Initiatives (IT03)
Information Technology Coordination............................................................................

852,000

1,013,000
208,000
--2,073,000

40,193

---

926,000

3,039,193

--- $

--- $

--- $

1,593,058

---

---

---

338,284

---

---

---

338,284

40,193
2,898,157

-----

-----

-----

40,193
2,898,157

---

3,779,304

---

(5,386)

120,000

110,365

---

---

---

110,365

466,000

---

---

---

466,000

Interministerial Services (IT04)

600,000
5,288,000
---

(422)
(3,363,288)

--5,144,000

(600,000)
---

4,687,578
1,780,712

331,857
4,692,912
1,879,774

-------

--(5,386)
(158,947)

-------

331,857
4,687,526
1,720,827

(52)
(59,885)

Major Capital Acquistions (IT07)

2,250,000

---

---

(676,000)

1,574,000

---

1,573,644

---

---

1,573,644

(356)

Application Administration and Support (IT08)


Applications Support......................................................................................................

6,405,000

7,090,529

---

---

---

7,090,529

2,332,000
8,737,000

1,996,405
9,086,934

-----

-----

-----

1,996,405
9,086,934

117,518

---

(117,518)

---

---

Information Technology Transformation........................................................................


Service Transformation..................................................................................................

Mandated Services........................................................................................................
Amortization of Capital Assets (IT05)
Office and Information Technology................................................................................

3,784,690

(141,036)

311,000

Office of Geomatics Coordination..................................................................................

4,257,000

926,622
1,593,058

---

---

---

350,000

9,087,000

(66)

Public Accounts, 2010-11

25

Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan


General Revenue Fund - Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

For the Year Ended March 31, 2011

Subvote and Subprogram


Allocated........................................................................................................................

Appropriation

Statutory
Adjustment (1)

Appropriation
Special
Warrants &
Supplementary
Estimates

Expenditure

Virements

Revised
Appropriation

Actual
Expense

Capital
Asset
Acquistions

Capital
Asset
Amortization

Other (2)

Total
Expenditure

Over (Under)
Revised
Appropriation

Total Information Technology Office

----18,348,000 $

--(3,323,517) $

--5,144,000 $

----- $

--20,168,483 $

--117,518
18,675,295 $

----1,573,644 $

--(117,518)
(281,851) $

------- $

----19,967,088 $

--(201,395)

Information Technology Office (Vote 74)

18,348,000 $

(5,263,176) $

5,144,000 $

--- $

18,228,824 $

16,743,732 $

1,573,644 $

(281,851) $

--- $

18,035,525 $

(193,299)

--18,348,000 $

1,939,659
(3,323,517) $

--5,144,000 $

----- $

1,939,659
20,168,483 $

1,931,563
18,675,295 $

--1,573,644 $

--(281,851) $

----- $

1,931,563
19,967,088 $

(8,096)
(201,395)

838,000 $

--- $

--- $

--- $

----- $

8,500,000
8,500,000 $

----- $

9,818,000
9,818,000 $

8,980,000
9,818,000
9,818,000 $

------- $

------- $

------- $

Information Technology Office (Vote 74) - Commercial Operations


Interministerial Services (IT04)
Total Information Technology Office

Innovation Saskatchewan (Vote 84)


Innovation Saskatchewan (IS01)
Operations...................................................................................................................... $
Programs........................................................................................................................
Total Innovation Saskatchewan

Justice and Attorney General (Vote 3)


Central Management and Services (JU01)
Minister's Salary (Statutory)........................................................................................... $
Executive Management..................................................................................................
Central Services.............................................................................................................
Accommodation Services...............................................................................................
Courts and Civil Justice (JU03)
Court Services................................................................................................................
Salaries - Provincial Court Judges (Statutory)...............................................................
Family Justice Services..................................................................................................
Dispute Resolution.........................................................................................................
Public Guardian and Trustee.........................................................................................
Marketplace Regulation (JU07)
Land Titles Assurance Claims (Statutory)......................................................................
Corporations...................................................................................................................
Consumer Protection.....................................................................................................
Legal and Policy Services (JU04)
Civil Law.........................................................................................................................
Public Law......................................................................................................................
Policy, Planning and Evaluation.....................................................................................
Public Prosecutions........................................................................................................
Communications............................................................................................................
Access and Privacy........................................................................................................
Queen's Printer Revolving Fund - Subsidy....................................................................
Queen's Printer Revolving Fund - Net Expense
(Recovery) (Statutory)................................................................................................
Community Justice (JU05)
Community Services......................................................................................................
Public Complaints Commission......................................................................................
Coroners........................................................................................................................
Boards and Commissions (JU08)
Human Rights Commission............................................................................................
Rentalsman/Provincial Mediation Board........................................................................
Inquiries..........................................................................................................................
Legal Aid Commission...................................................................................................
Automobile Injury Appeal Commission..........................................................................
Courts Capital (JU11)

838,000
480,000
1,318,000
1,318,000 $

45,000

809,000

44,837 $
926,729

5,685,000

--- $

--- $

--- $

---

---

---

838,000
8,980,000
9,818,000
9,818,000 $

44,837
926,729

5,999,744

---

---

---

5,999,744

13,739,784
20,711,094

-----

-----

-----

13,739,784
20,711,094

25,754,000

28,303,843

---

---

---

28,303,843

11,872,000

12,218,904

---

---

---

12,218,904

4,225,000

4,202,543

---

---

---

4,202,543

1,482,000

1,559,660

---

---

---

1,559,660

2,384,000
45,717,000

2,619,882
48,904,832

-----

-----

-----

2,619,882
48,904,832

1,000

26

---

---

---

26

928,000

969,900

---

---

---

969,900

885,000
1,814,000

904,197
1,874,123

-----

-----

-----

904,197
1,874,123

3,577,024

---

---

---

3,577,024

3,328,000

3,795,658

---

---

---

3,795,658

1,130,000

1,052,515

---

---

---

1,052,515

17,149,000

18,497,769

---

---

---

18,497,769

494,000

359,434

---

---

---

359,434

289,000

288,882

---

---

---

288,882

98,000

83,000

---

---

---

83,000

25,297
27,679,579

-----

-----

-----

25,297
27,679,579

15,477,954

---

---

---

15,477,954

613,000

632,466

---

---

---

632,466

3,214,000
19,458,000

2,783,111
18,893,531

-----

-----

-----

2,783,111
18,893,531

1,834,000

2,163,552

---

---

---

2,163,552

1,125,000

1,195,122

---

---

---

1,195,122

86,000

177,827

---

---

---

177,827

21,221,000

21,371,000

---

---

---

21,371,000

818,848
25,726,349
1,709,578

2,535
2,535
6,424,423

----(598,566)

-------

821,383
25,728,884
7,535,435

14,726,000
21,265,000

(163)

143,904

(974)

---

3,656,000

---

---

50,000

125,000

21,264,837

49,566,904

1,938,026

3,590,000

19,000
26,097,000

6,297

1,915,000

50,000

28,068,297

15,631,000

1,033,000
25,299,000
4,500,000

---

-----

360,000

454,000
5,075,000

(350,000)

125,000
---

19,468,000

25,878,000
9,575,000

-----

(553,743)

(662,072)

(63,903)

(388,718)

(574,469)

(149,116)
(2,039,565)

Public Accounts, 2010-11

26

Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan


General Revenue Fund - Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

For the Year Ended March 31, 2011

Subvote and Subprogram


Amortization and Capital Assets (JU10)
Land, Buildings and Improvements................................................................................

Appropriation

Municipal Affairs (Vote 30)


Central Management and Services (MA01)
Minister's Salary (Statutory)........................................................................................... $
Executive Management..................................................................................................
Central Services.............................................................................................................
Accommodation Services...............................................................................................

Municipal Financial Assistance (MA07)


Urban Revenue Sharing................................................................................................
Rural Revenue Sharing..................................................................................................
Northern Revenue Sharing............................................................................................
Provincial/Territorial Base Fund.....................................................................................
Building Canada Fund - Major Infrastructure Component.............................................
Recreational Infrastructure Canada Program................................................................
Infrastructure Stimulus Fund..........................................................................................
Municipal Rural Infrastructure Fund...............................................................................
Building Canada Fund - Communities Component........................................................
Urban Development Agreements...................................................................................

Virements

Revised
Appropriation

Actual
Expense
363,393

--149,064 $

--11,460,000 $

----- $

--155,759,064 $

45,000

Transit Assistance for the Disabled................................................................................


Grants-in-Lieu of Property Taxes...................................................................................
Saskatchewan Assessment Management Agency
(Statutory)..................................................................................................................

Planning Appeals Committee.........................................................................................


Assessment Appeals Committee...................................................................................
$

Office of the Provincial Capital Commission


(Vote 85)
Central Management and Services (PC01)
Executive Management.................................................................................................. $
Central Services.............................................................................................................
Accommodation Services...............................................................................................
Capital Commission Operations (PC02)
Wascana Centre Authority (Statutory)...........................................................................

--- $

--- $

---

---

742,463

---

---

2,351,246

1,279,368
4,418,163
6,899,021

-------

-------

----627

1,279,368
4,418,163
6,899,648

-----

(35,000)
---

4,618,086
7,179,000

106,994,230

---

---

---

106,994,230

48,546,000

48,686,800

---

---

---

48,686,800

11,718,000

11,718,000

---

---

---

11,718,000

10,800,000

24,753,718

---

---

---

24,753,718

---

5,745,000

---

---

---

9,600,000

1,858,362

---

---

---

1,858,362

36,000,000

25,680,268

---

---

---

25,680,268

2,593,000

3,498,004

---

---

---

3,498,004

56,100,000

36,829,534

---

---

---

36,829,534

940,813

---

---

---

940,813

4,282,533

---

---

---

4,282,533

2,920,000

2,920,000

---

---

---

2,920,000

12,800,000

10,929,198

---

---

---

10,929,198

---

310,742,000

---

---

---

58,264,000

Wascana Centre Authority Maintenance........................................................................


Saskatchewan Archives Board......................................................................................
Government House........................................................................................................
Conexus Arts Centre......................................................................................................
$

9,565,000

---

---

---

9,565,000

694,291
295,095,751

-----

-----

-----

694,291
295,095,751

55,728,031

---

---

215

55,728,246

150,000
55,878,031

-----

-----

--215

150,000
55,878,246
1,063,056

961,000

1,063,056

---

---

---

107,000

81,858

---

---

---

233,500
1,378,414
363,669,380 $

------- $

------- $

----842 $

441,523 $

301,000
1,369,000
382,207,000 $

--86 $

----- $

35,000
--- $

1,404,000
382,207,086 $

350,000

--- $

--- $

--- $

150,000

38,968

---

---

---

38,968

1,570,678
2,051,169

-----

-----

-----

1,570,678
2,051,169

---

(50,000)

2,064,000

791,000

---

---

---

224,000

224,000

---

---

---

224,000

2,083,000

---

---

---

2,083,000

4,167,000

4,167,000

---

---

---

4,167,000

407,000

403,424

---

(1,280)

1,017

------- $

--(1,280)
(1,280) $

--1,017
1,017 $

----- $

100,000
100,000 $

50,000
--- $

8,118,000
10,182,000 $

446,000
8,114,424
10,165,593 $

(2,385,754)

(25,586)
(18,536,864)

441,523

1,933,000

446,000
7,968,000
10,082,000 $

(15,646,249)

81,858
233,500
1,378,414
363,670,222 $

1,614,000
2,114,000

---

(199,923)
(279,352)

5,745,000

2,300,000

---

--(4,431,586)

45,086

107,136,000

---

Over (Under)
Revised
Appropriation

------151,327,478 $

---

791,000

Wascana Centre Authority Supplementary....................................................................

------- $

--- $

--58,264,000

Saskatchewan Municipal Board (MA06)


Administration - Local Government Committee.............................................................

---

(8,951)
(372,344)
(970,910) $

----6,426,958 $

Other (2)

---

58,264,000

Public Transit Program...................................................................................................

(363,393)

742,463

--310,742,000

Federal Municipal Assistance (MA10)


Federal Municipal Assistance.........................................................................................

---

Total
Expenditure

2,351,246
86
---

45,086 $

Capital
Asset
Amortization

821,000

9,565,000

Mosquito Control Program.............................................................................................

8,951
372,344
145,871,430 $

Capital
Asset
Acquistions

2,586,000

664,000

Saskatchewan Infrastructure Growth Initiative...............................................................

Total Office of the Provincal Capital Commisson

----144,150,000 $

1,201,000
4,653,000
7,179,000

Municipal Relations (MA08)

Total Municipal Affairs

Expenditure

---

Office and Information Technology................................................................................


Total Justice and Attorney General

Statutory
Adjustment (1)

Appropriation
Special
Warrants &
Supplementary
Estimates

(12,831)

791,000

403,161
446,000
8,114,161
10,165,330 $

(3,839)
(16,670)

Public Accounts, 2010-11

27

Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan


General Revenue Fund - Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

For the Year Ended March 31, 2011

Subvote and Subprogram

Appropriation

Office of the Provincial Secretary (Vote 80)


Central Management and Services (OP01)
Executive Management.................................................................................................. $
Central Services.............................................................................................................
Accommodation Services...............................................................................................
Provincial Secretary (OP02)
Lieutenant Governor's Office.........................................................................................
Office of Protocol and Honours......................................................................................
Francophone Affairs.......................................................................................................
Total Office of the Provincial Secretary

Public Service Commission (Vote 33)


Central Management and Services (PS01)
Minister's Salary (Statutory)........................................................................................... $
Executive Management..................................................................................................
Central Services.............................................................................................................
Accommodation Services...............................................................................................
Employee Service Centre (PS06)
Corporate Human Resources and Employee Relations (PS04)
Human Resource Client Services and Support (PS03)
Amortization of Capital Assets (PS08)
Land, Buildings and Improvements................................................................................

173,000

--- $

--- $

---

---

---

99,443

-----

-----

-----

358,891
661,507

Social Services (Vote 36)


Central Management and Services (SS01)
Minister's Salary (Statutory)........................................................................................... $
Executive Management..................................................................................................

Transitional Employment Allowance..............................................................................


Seniors Income Plan......................................................................................................
Saskatchewan Employment Supplement.......................................................................
Saskatchewan Child Benefit..........................................................................................
Child Care Parent Subsidies..........................................................................................
Rental Housing Supplements.........................................................................................
Income Assistance Community Services.......................................................................
Disabilities Community-Based Organizations................................................................

---

663,000

677,000

736,995

---

---

---

736,995

1,112,498

---

---

(5,686)

1,106,812

955,077
2,804,570
3,466,077 $

------- $

------- $

--(5,686)
(5,686) $

955,077
2,798,884
3,460,391 $

11,209 $

----- $

60,000
60,000 $

----- $

2,814,000
3,477,000 $

45,000

Over (Under)
Revised
Appropriation

203,173

1,016,000
2,754,000
3,417,000 $

--- $

--- $

--- $

305,000

374,380

---

---

---

374,380

1,723,000

1,795,783

---

---

---

1,795,783

(1,493)

(15,116)
(16,609)

11,209

2,252,000
4,325,000
13,677,000

(33,791)
---

-----

950,000
(400,000)

5,241,209
13,277,000

3,007,387
5,188,759
12,876,583

----136,500

-------

-------

3,007,387
5,188,759
13,013,083

3,310,000

---

---

(150,000)

3,160,000

3,057,746

---

---

---

3,057,746

(102,254)

14,161,000

---

---

(400,000)

13,761,000

13,547,841

---

---

---

13,547,841

(213,159)

220,623

---

(220,623)

---

---

16,633,000 $
16,633,000 $

Saskatchewan Assured Income for Disability................................................................

---

--- $

1,061,000

$
$

Income Assistance and Disability Services (SS03)


Saskatchewan Assistance Program...............................................................................

---

203,173 $

Other (2)

Total
Expenditure

99,443

Saskatchewan Research Council (Vote 35)


Saskatchewan Research Council (SR01)
Total Saskatchewan Research Council

Child and Family Program Delivery................................................................................

Capital
Asset
Amortization

358,891
661,507

Child and Family Community-Based Organization


Services.....................................................................................................................

Actual
Expense

98,000

Total Public Service Commission

Child and Family Services (SS04)


Child and Family Program Maintenance and Support...................................................

Virements

Revised
Appropriation

Capital
Asset
Acquistions

392,000
663,000

----35,473,000 $

Accommodation Services...............................................................................................

Expenditure

---

Office and Information Technology................................................................................

Central Services.............................................................................................................

Statutory
Adjustment (1)

Appropriation
Special
Warrants &
Supplementary
Estimates

--(33,791) $

----- $

----- $

--35,439,209 $

1,346,945
1,567,568
36,238,497 $

----136,500 $

(1,346,945)
(1,567,568)
(1,567,568) $

------- $

----34,807,429 $

--(631,780)

--- $
--- $

--- $
--- $

--- $
--- $

16,633,000 $
16,633,000 $

16,633,000 $
16,633,000 $

--- $
--- $

--- $
--- $

--- $
--- $

16,633,000 $
16,633,000 $

-----

44,837 $

--- $

--- $

--- $

---

---

---

1,764,616

21,211,508

---

---

9,134

21,220,642

18,849,261
41,870,222

804,001
804,001

-----

--9,134

19,653,262
42,683,357

80,525,140

---

---

---

80,525,140

43,052,178

---

---

---

43,052,178

43,086,147
166,663,465

-----

-----

2,863
2,863

43,089,010
166,666,328

45,000

1,582,000

1,764,616

20,001,000
19,220,000
40,848,000

(163)

1,000,000

1,200,000

43,047,837

82,887,000
53,332,000
46,111,000
182,330,000

(52,450)
(263,917)

---

---

(12,900,000)

169,430,000

44,837

199,200,000

215,605,586

---

---

---

215,605,586

39,311,000

29,460,281

---

---

---

29,460,281

23,400,000

26,687,995

---

---

---

26,687,995

21,900,000

21,412,270

---

---

---

21,412,270

21,500,000

19,912,804

---

---

---

19,912,804

500,000

524,139

---

---

---

524,139

14,700,000

16,407,145

---

---

---

16,407,145

22,500,000

23,170,029

---

---

---

23,170,029

2,596,000

2,106,468

---

---

---

2,106,468

114,114,000

110,449,662

---

---

---

110,449,662

(364,480)

(2,763,672)

Public Accounts, 2010-11

28

Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan


General Revenue Fund - Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

For the Year Ended March 31, 2011

Subvote and Subprogram


Income Assistance and Disability Services
Program Delivery.......................................................................................................

Appropriation
48,037,000
507,758,000

Client Support (SS05)


Service Centre Client Support.......................................................................................

Machinery and Equipment.............................................................................................


Office and Information Technology................................................................................
$

Tourism, Parks, Culture and Sport (Vote 27)


Central Management and Services (TC01)
Minister's Salary (Statutory)........................................................................................... $
Executive Management..................................................................................................

Tourism Operations Support..........................................................................................


Tourism Initiatives..........................................................................................................
Parks (TC12)
Provincial Park Programs...............................................................................................
Parks Capital Projects....................................................................................................
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...........................................................................................
Commerical Revolving Fund - Subsidy..........................................................................
Commerical Revolving Fund - Net Expense
(Recovery) (Statutory)................................................................................................
Building Communities (TC11)
Culture (TC03)
Culture Operations Support...........................................................................................
Saskatchewan Arts Board..............................................................................................
Support for Provincial Arts and Cultural Organizations..................................................
SaskFILM.......................................................................................................................
Film Employment Tax Credit..........................................................................................
Active Families Benefit...................................................................................................
Heritage (TC07)
Heritage Operations Support.........................................................................................
Royal Saskatchewan Museum.......................................................................................
Western Development Museum.....................................................................................
Wanuskewin Heritage Park............................................................................................

---

47,749,422
513,485,801

Capital
Asset
Amortization

Other (2)

Total
Expenditure

-----

-----

5,084
5,084

47,754,506
513,490,885

515,768,000

11,336,680

---

---

---

11,336,680

---

5,700,000

20,669,000

702,855
12,039,535

7,720,007
7,720,007

-----

-----

8,422,862
19,759,542

8,685,020

---

---

(2,124)

8,682,896

42,140,000

7,400,000

60,969,000

51,995,000
60,680,020

-----

-----

--(2,124)

51,995,000
60,677,896

---

791,702

---

(791,702)

---

---

---

95,158

---

(95,158)

---

---

2,355,000
11,429,000

Amortization of Capital Assets (SS13)


Land, Buildings and Improvements................................................................................

Tourism (TC13)
Tourism Saskatchewan..................................................................................................

---

Actual
Expense

9,074,000

Saskatchewan Housing Corporation..............................................................................

Accommodation Services...............................................................................................

9,410,000

Virements

Revised
Appropriation

Capital
Asset
Acquistions

(1,400,000)

9,014,000
14,969,000

Housing (SS12)
Program Delivery...........................................................................................................

Central Services.............................................................................................................

---

Expenditure

5,955,000

Case Management Project.............................................................................................

Total Social Services

Statutory
Adjustment (1)

Appropriation
Special
Warrants &
Supplementary
Estimates

----757,334,000 $

--(163) $

--52,550,000 $

----- $

--809,883,837 $

45,000

834,000
2,729,000
5,504,000
9,112,000

(163)

---

---

9,111,837

11,804,000

152,254
1,039,114
795,778,157 $

44,837 $

----8,524,008 $

(152,254)
(1,039,114)
(1,039,114) $

----14,957 $

----803,278,008 $

--- $

--- $

--- $

856,980

---

---

---

2,746,610

---

---

(23,142)

2,723,468

5,304,309
8,952,736

-----

-----

--(23,142)

5,304,309
8,929,594
11,803,900

11,803,900

---

---

---

470,974

---

---

---

470,974

1,421,254
13,696,128

-----

-----

-----

1,421,254
13,696,128

(275,000)

13,822,000

4,301,000

5,086,238

---

---

---

5,086,238

6,014,000

1,062,389

4,776,336

---

---

5,838,725

515,000

515,000

---

---

---

515,000

749,000

840,000

---

---

---

840,000

146,000

155,000

---

---

---

155,000

128,000

167,000

---

---

---

167,000

24,000

25,000

---

---

---

91,000

90,000

---

---

---

90,000

162,000

162,000

---

---

---

162,000

75,000

75,000

---

---

---

75,000

40,000

40,000

---

---

---

40,000

8,759,000

7,991,809

---

---

---

7,991,809

613,689
16,823,125
11,099,083

--4,776,336
---

-------

-------

613,689
21,599,461
11,099,083

--21,004,000
13,731,000

743,689
---

-----

-----

21,747,689
13,731,000

984,000

1,145,397

---

---

---

1,145,397

6,338,000

---

---

---

6,338,000

2,470,000

2,407,311

---

---

---

2,407,311

1,083,000

1,083,000

---

---

---

1,083,000

8,200,000

8,548,909

---

---

---

8,548,909

7,700,000
27,222,617

-----

-----

-----

7,700,000
27,222,617

---

---

(543,000)

29,732,000

(291,104)

--(6,605,829)

(182,243)

(125,872)

25,000

6,338,000

11,200,000
30,275,000

(909,458)

44,837

507,000
---

(2,277,115)

856,980

1,786,000
14,097,000

---

Over (Under)
Revised
Appropriation

899,000

916,486

---

---

---

916,486

1,983,000

2,228,174

19,649

---

---

2,247,823

3,999,000

3,999,000

---

---

---

3,999,000

602,000

602,000

---

---

---

602,000

(148,228)
(2,631,917)

(2,509,383)

Public Accounts, 2010-11

29

Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan


General Revenue Fund - Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

For the Year Ended March 31, 2011

Subvote and Subprogram


Saskatchewan Science Centre......................................................................................

Appropriation

Saskatchewan Heritage Foundation..............................................................................

Statutory
Adjustment (1)

Appropriation
Special
Warrants &
Supplementary
Estimates

Expenditure

Virements

Revised
Appropriation

Actual
Expense

Capital
Asset
Acquistions

Capital
Asset
Amortization

Other (2)

Total
Expenditure

578,000

578,000

---

---

---

578,000

289,000
8,350,000

--19,649

-----

-----

289,000
8,632,309

Over (Under)
Revised
Appropriation

---

---

350,000

8,700,000

289,000
8,612,660
1,891,587

---

---

---

1,891,587

Community Initiatives Fund (TC06)

1,175,000
2,857,000
9,427,000

-----

-----

468,000
---

3,325,000
9,427,000

1,426,670
3,318,257
8,158,601

-------

-------

-------

1,426,670
3,318,257
8,158,601

(6,743)
(1,268,399)

Saskatchewan Communications Network (TC08)

3,830,000

---

---

---

3,830,000

(2,398,904)

Policy, Evaluation, Sport and Recreation (TC15)


Operations Support........................................................................................................

1,682,000

Saskatchewan Snowmobile Trail Management.............................................................

Amortization of Capital Assets (TC10)


Land, Buildings and Improvements................................................................................
Machinery and Equipment.............................................................................................
Office and Information Technology................................................................................
Infrastructure..................................................................................................................
Transportation Equipment..............................................................................................
Total Tourism, Parks, Culture and Sport

1,431,096

---

---

---

1,431,096

---

1,957,487

---

(1,857,963)

(99,524)

---

---

749,823

---

(427,776)

(322,047)

---

---

9,996

---

(9,996)

---

---

---

129,418

---

(129,418)

---

(67,691)

---

----112,683,000 $

--743,526 $

----- $

----- $

--113,426,526 $

127,698
2,974,422
102,288,725 $

----4,795,985 $

(127,356)
(2,552,509)
(2,552,509) $

(342)
(421,913)
(445,055) $

----104,087,146 $

--(9,339,380)

$
$

1,694,000 $
1,694,000 $

707 $
707 $

248,000 $
248,000 $

--- $
--- $

1,942,707 $
1,942,707 $

2,022,621 $
2,022,621 $

--- $
--- $

(79,914) $
(79,914) $

--- $
--- $

1,942,707 $
1,942,707 $

-----

1,527,797 $

--- $

--- $

(1,278) $

1,526,519

----- $

----- $

--(1,278) $

119,943
1,646,462 $

Legislative Assembly and its Officers


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

Children's Advocate (Vote 76)


Children's Advocate (CA01)
Children's Advocate Operations..................................................................................... $
Children's Advocate's Salary (Statutory)........................................................................
Total Children's Advocate
$

1,420,000
201,000
1,621,000 $

(81,057) $

76,000 $

--- $

1,615,943 $

119,943
1,647,740 $

30,519

Conflict of Interest Commissioner (Vote 57)


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

$
$

156,000 $
156,000 $

--- $
--- $

150,000 $
150,000 $

--- $
--- $

306,000 $
306,000 $

297,870 $
297,870 $

--- $
--- $

--- $
--- $

--- $
--- $

297,870 $
297,870 $

(8,130)
(8,130)

Information and Privacy Commissioner (Vote 55)


Information and Privacy Commissioner (IP01)
Total Information and Privacy Commissioner

$
$

927,000 $
927,000 $

--- $
--- $

50,000 $
50,000 $

--- $
--- $

977,000 $
977,000 $

963,687 $
963,687 $

--- $
--- $

--- $
--- $

(6,706) $
(6,706) $

956,981 $
956,981 $

(20,019)
(20,019)

Legislative Assembly (Vote 21)


Central Management and Services (LG01)

3,063,000 $

--- $

--- $

(40,000) $

3,023,000 $

2,874,691 $

77,347 $

--- $

(38,124) $

2,913,914 $

(109,086)

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

45,000

44,837

---

---

---

44,837

338,000

243,366

---

---

997

244,363

30,000
413,000

39,117
327,320

-----

-----

--997

39,117
328,317

(5,595)

2,276,426

(163)

---

---

412,837

2,363,000

2,282,021

---

---

1,768,000

1,759,243

---

---

328,000
4,459,000

282,776
4,324,040

-----

-----

--(5,193)

282,776
4,318,847

13,398,000

12,880,799

---

---

7,002

12,887,801

287,000
13,685,000

275,415
13,156,214

-----

-----

--7,002

275,415
13,163,216

459,012

---

---

---

459,012

11,808
470,820

-----

-----

-----

11,808
470,820

871,568

---

---

---

871,568

---

---

(35,000)

4,424,000

402

(84,520)

1,759,645
(105,153)

Payments and Allowances to Individual Members (LG05)


Indemnity, Allowances and Expenses for
Members (Statutory)..................................................................................................
Allowances for Additional Duties (Statutory)..................................................................
Committees of the Legislative Assembly (LG04)
Committee Support Services.........................................................................................
Members' Committee Expenses (Statutory)..................................................................
Caucus Operations (LG06)
Government Caucus (Statutory)....................................................................................

(521,784)

---

---

13,163,216

391,000
35,000
426,000
875,000

(23,192)

---

75,000

477,808

---

(6,988)

Public Accounts, 2010-11

30

Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan


General Revenue Fund - Appropriation and Expenditure by Subvote and Subprogram

For the Year Ended March 31, 2011

Subvote and Subprogram


Opposition Caucus and Office of the Leader of
the Opposition (Statutory)..........................................................................................

Appropriation
984,000
1,859,000

Amortization of Capital Assets (LG10)


Machinery and Equipment.............................................................................................

Ombudsman (Vote 56)


Ombudsman (OM01)
Ombudsman Operations................................................................................................ $
Ombudsman's Salary (Statutory)...................................................................................
Amortization of Capital Assets (OM03)
Office and Information Technology................................................................................
Total Ombudsman

(3,085)

Expenditure

Virements

---

---

----- $

----- $

Revised
Appropriation

Actual
Expense
984,347
1,855,915

1,855,915

---

Office and Information Technology................................................................................


Total Legislative Assembly

Statutory
Adjustment (1)

Appropriation
Special
Warrants &
Supplementary
Estimates

Provincial Auditor (Vote 28)


Provincial Auditor (PA01)
Provincial Auditor Operations......................................................................................... $
Provincial Auditor's Salary (Statutory)............................................................................
Unforeseen Expenses (PA02)
Amortization of Capital Assets (PA03)
Office and Information Technology................................................................................

----23,905,000 $

63,568
--(548,224) $

--23,356,776 $

2,020,000

8,159
71,727
23,080,727 $

Capital
Asset
Acquistions
-------

Capital
Asset
Amortization
----(63,568)

Other (2)
-------

----77,347 $

(8,159)
(71,727)
(71,727) $

----(35,318) $

Total
Expenditure
984,347
1,855,915

Over (Under)
Revised
Appropriation

---

------23,051,029 $

--(305,747)

2,021,943 $

--- $

--- $

(1,690) $

2,020,253

201,000
2,221,000

2,012

73,000

---

2,296,012

203,012
2,224,955

-----

-----

--(1,690)

203,012
2,223,265

(72,747)

----2,221,000 $

--2,012 $

--73,000 $

----- $

--2,296,012 $

2,882
2,882
2,227,837 $

------- $

(2,882)
(2,882)
(2,882) $

----(1,690) $

----2,223,265 $

--(72,747)

7,310,000 $

--- $

--- $

--- $

7,310,000

-------

-------

-------

215,159
7,525,159
503,000

-----

7,310,000
195,000
7,505,000
503,000

20,159
---

-----

-----

7,525,159
503,000

215,159
7,525,159
503,000

--20,159 $

----- $

----- $

--8,028,159 $

----8,028,159 $

------- $

------- $

------- $

----8,028,159 $

-----

Total Provincial Auditor

----8,008,000 $

Total Expenditure

10,337,447,000 $

157,204,815 $

923,642,000 $

--- $

11,418,293,815 $

10,965,339,537 $

390,041,522 $

(179,522,152) $

7,743,507 $

11,183,602,414 $

(234,691,401)

$
$

--- $
--- $

(20,826,854) $
(20,826,854) $

68,496,000 $
68,496,000 $

--- $
--- $

47,669,146 $
47,669,146 $

47,669,146 $
47,669,146 $

--- $
--- $

--- $
--- $

--- $
--- $

47,669,146 $
47,669,146 $

-----

Growth and Financial Security Fund (Vote 82)


Growth and Financial Security Transfers
(Statutory)(GF01)
Total Growth and Financial Security Fund

(1) Statutory Adjustment includes an amount equal to actual revenues of $91.9 million generated from commercial operations which can be used to pay commercial expenses.
It also includes an amount for unutilized appropriations for major capital projects of $110.1 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, losses on disposal of capital assets and write-downs of capital assets.
(3) Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration includes expenditures for which administration has been transferred to the Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety and the Ministry of Social Services.

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Expense by Vote

31

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan


General Revenue Fund - Expense by Vote

For the Year Ended March 31, 2011

Vote
Ministries and Agencies
Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration (1).............
Agriculture .................................................................................
Corrections, Public Safety and Policing .....................................
Education ..................................................................................
Energy and Resources ..............................................................
Enterprise and Innovation Programs .........................................
Enterprise Saskatchewan ..........................................................
Environment ..............................................................................
Executive Council ......................................................................
Finance .....................................................................................
Finance - Debt Servicing ...........................................................
First Nations and Metis Relations ..............................................
Government Services ................................................................
Government Services - Commercial Operations ........................
Health ........................................................................................
Highways and Infrastructure ......................................................
Highways and Infrastructure - Commercial Operations ..............
Information Technology Office ...................................................
Information Technology Office - Commercial Operations ...........
Innovation Saskatchewan ..........................................................
Justice and Attorney General ....................................................
Municipal Affairs ........................................................................
Office of the Provincial Capital Commission ..............................
Office of the Provincial Secretary ..............................................
Public Service Commission .......................................................
Saskatchewan Research Council ..............................................
Social Services ..........................................................................
Tourism, Parks, Culture and Sport ............................................
Legislative Assembly and its Officers
Chief Electoral Officer ................................................................
Children's Advocate ...................................................................
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 ..........................................

Estimated Expense

37 $
1
73
5
23
43
83
26
10
18
12
25
13
13
32
16
16
74
74
84
3
30
85
80
33
35
36
27
34
76
57
55
21
56
28

Actual Expense

846,131,000 $
385,776,000
336,205,000
1,312,414,000
37,720,000
9,547,000
37,036,000
174,299,000
12,177,000
324,827,000
435,000,000
85,740,000
12,472,000
........
4,202,106,000
402,939,000
........
16,472,000
........
1,318,000
140,350,000
382,207,000
10,082,000
3,417,000
36,873,000
16,633,000
753,703,000
110,071,000

935,426,320 $
482,305,668
390,155,514
1,363,638,524
77,621,376
24,113,596
39,586,000
213,895,494
11,628,769
314,102,131
424,334,121
71,630,320
10,972,287
83,867,918
4,547,793,021
427,471,133
5,924,550
16,743,732
1,931,563
9,818,000
145,871,430
363,669,380
10,165,593
3,466,077
36,238,497
16,633,000
795,778,157
102,288,725

1,679,000
1,621,000
156,000
927,000
23,950,000
2,221,000
8,017,000

2,022,621
1,647,740
297,870
963,687
23,080,727
2,227,837
8,028,159

Over (Under)
Estimated Expense
89,295,320
96,529,668
53,950,514
51,224,524
39,901,376
14,566,596
2,550,000
39,596,494
(548,231)
(10,724,869)
(10,665,879)
(14,109,680)
(1,499,713)
83,867,918
345,687,021
24,532,133
5,924,550
271,732
1,931,563
8,500,000
5,521,430
(18,537,620)
83,593
49,077
(634,503)
........
42,075,157
(7,782,275)
343,621
26,740
141,870
36,687
(869,273)
6,837
11,159

10,124,086,000 $

10,965,339,537 $

841,253,537

82 $

........ $

47,669,146 $

47,669,146

(1) Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration includes expenses for which administration has been transferred to the Ministry of
Labour Relations and Workplace Safety and the Ministry of Social Services.

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35

Government of the Province of Saskatchewan


General Revenue Fund

Schedule of Expense by Object

For the Year Ended March 31, 2011

(thousands of dollars)
Salaries &
Benefits

Capital
Transfers

Operating
Transfers

Goods and
Services (1)

Capital Asset
Amortization

Other Expenses

Internal
Recoveries

37
1
73
5
23
43
83
26
10
18
12
25
13
13
32
16
16
74
74
84
3
30
85
80
33
35
36
27

37,926
23,567
135,413
22,774
17,432
........
........
62,652
7,656
287,300
........
5,009
28,732
9,901
42,498
74,550
648
20,016
555
........
75,744
9,573
550
1,529
23,296
........
109,952
8,947

110,336
8,000
........
55,519
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
318,645
64,085
........
........
........
........
........
159,615
........
........
........
........
56,758
11,219

766,241
433,666
191,174
1,257,897
3,775
23,996
39,586
85,054
80
12,000
........
64,261
235
........
4,121,825
5,430
........
10
........
9,818
34,783
190,918
7,765
262
252
16,633
577,339
58,551

19,207
13,806
47,527
26,396
22,833
........
........
60,749
3,893
16,422
........
2,372
122,289
62,676
62,833
168,078
5,277
71,818
1,376
........
35,038
3,563
1,850
1,675
11,108
........
50,450
11,992

2,306
2,406
5,035
1,081
4,231
........
........
5,890
........
1,089
........
1
24,024
11,223
1,750
113,919
........
282
........
........
971
........
1
........
1,567
........
1,039
2,552

2
861
11,655
(28)
29,350
118
........
757
........
(2,709)
424,334
(13)
1,435
68
242
1,559
........
........
........
........
164
........
........
........
15
........
240
9,028

(592)
........
(648)
........
........
........
........
(1,207)
........
........
........
........
(165,743)
........
........
(150)
........
(75,382)
........
........
(829)
........
........
........
........
........
........
........

34
76
57
55
21
56
28

871
1,315
109
720
13,917
1,833
5,740
........

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

........
........
........
........
2,076
........

1,072
333
189
244
6,930
392
1,626
(244,551)

80
........
........
........
72
3
........
........

........
........
........
........
86
........
662
........

........
........
........
........
........
........
........
244,551

Vote
Ministries and Agencies
Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration (2)..............
Agriculture .................................................................................
Corrections, Public Safety and Policing ......................................
Education ..................................................................................
Energy and Resources ..............................................................
Enterprise and Innovation Programs ..........................................
Enterprise Saskatchewan ..........................................................
Environment ..............................................................................
Executive Council ......................................................................
Finance ......................................................................................
Finance - Debt Servicing ............................................................
First Nations and Metis Relations ...............................................
Government Services ................................................................
Government Services - Commercial Operations ........................
Health ........................................................................................
Highways and Infrastructure ......................................................
Highways and Infrastructure - Commercial Operations ..............
Information Technology Office ...................................................
Information Technology Office - Commercial Operations ...........
Innovation Saskatchewan ..........................................................
Justice and Attorney General .....................................................
Municipal Affairs ........................................................................
Office of the Provincial Capital Commission ...............................
Office of the Provincial Secretary ...............................................
Public Service Commission .......................................................
Saskatchewan Research Council ...............................................
Social Services ..........................................................................
Tourism, Parks, Culture and Sport .............................................
Legislative Assembly and its Officers
Chief Electoral Officer ................................................................
Children's Advocate ...................................................................
Conflict of Interest Commissioner ..............................................
Information and Privacy Commissioner ......................................
Legislative Assembly .................................................................
Ombudsman ..............................................................................
Provincial Auditor .......................................................................
Less: Internal Recoveries...........................................................
Total

1,030,725 $

784,177 $

........
7,903,627 $

589,463 $

179,522 $

477,826 $

(1) Includes communication expense of $10,552 and travel expense of $38,046.


(2) Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration includes expenses for which administration has been transferred to the Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety and the Ministry of Social Services.

........ $

Total
935,426
482,306
390,156
1,363,639
77,621
24,114
39,586
213,895
11,629
314,102
424,334
71,630
10,972
83,868
4,547,793
427,471
5,925
16,744
1,931
9,818
145,871
363,669
10,166
3,466
36,238
16,633
795,778
102,289
2,023
1,648
298
964
23,081
2,228
8,028
........
10,965,340

36

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Public Accounts, 2010-11

Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration (Vote 37)


The mandate of the Ministry of Advanced Education,
Employment and Labour is to foster the attraction,
development and retention of an educated, skilled and
productive workforce to meet the needs of a growing and
innovative economy. It promotes a fair and balanced labour
environment that respects the rights and responsibilities of
workers and employers, and ensures healthy, safe,
productive workplaces. The Ministry achieves its desired
outcomes through effective partnerships with the private
sector, community organizations and educational
institutions.
Effective June 29, 2010, the Ministry of Labour Relations
and Workplace Safety (LRWS) was created, which
encompasses the mandate of the Labour and Employer
Services Subvote. In addition, responsibility for the Status
of Women Office (SWO) was transferred to the Ministry of
Social Services. The balance of the mandate remained
with the Ministry of Advanced Education, Employment and
Immigration (AEEI).
For 2010-11, financial results for AEEI, LRWS and SWO
are reported under Vote 37 for the entire fiscal year.

Central Management and Services


(Subvote AE01)
Objective
To provide executive direction and centrally-managed
services in the areas of finance, information management,
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 Ministrys mandate. It also provides
various central services to the Ministry of Education 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 Government Services for office accommodation,
mail services, records management and minor renovation
service and to the Information Technology Office for
services.

Student Supports (Subvote AE03)


Objective
To administer training allowances for low-income students
in approved basic education and skills training programs. It
administers the Canada and Saskatchewan Student Loan
and Saskatchewan bursaries programs for students
enrolled in approved post-secondary education programs. It
also supports students with disabilities in their postsecondary education and training and provides tuition
rebates for graduates of approved post-secondary
education programs who live and work in Saskatchewan.
Program Delivery
This program provides administrative support and delivery
of the various financial assistance programs including:
Canada Student Loans, Saskatchewan Student Loans,
Saskatchewan Bursaries, Millennium Bursaries, Loan
Remission for Special Incentive Students, Integrated
Interest Relief, Provincial Training Allowance, Skills
Training Benefit, Apprenticeship Training Allowance,

Employability Assistance for People with Disabilities as well


as the Graduate Retention Program.

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, the Gabriel Dumont Institute
(including Dumont Technical Institute), the Saskatchewan
Institute of Applied Science and Technology (SIAST), and
the Saskatchewan Indian Institute of Technologies (SIIT),
as well as funding for construction and renovations at
universities, federated and regional colleges, and SIAST. It
also provides administrative support for the licensing and
monitoring of private vocational schools.

Immigration (Subvote AE06)


Objective
To provide for the development of policies, programs and
services related to the admission of new immigrants and to
coordinate the settlement and integration of immigrants and
refugees into the social and economic life of Saskatchewan.
Program Delivery
This program administers the Saskatchewan Immigrant
Nominee Program and provides funding for settlement,
credit recognition, and language training services for
immigrants and refugees.

Labour Force Development


(Subvote AE16)
Objective
To deliver programs and services to develop a skilled,
adaptable and competitive workforce through investments
in people, programs, services, partnerships and related
supports. This is achieved through funding of basic
education, skills and apprenticeship training, and
employment supports and services. It provides career
counseling, employment development and work readiness
opportunities that assist individuals in preparing for and
obtaining employment.
Program Delivery
This program provides financial and program support to
institutions, agencies and industry involved in the
development, delivery and evaluation of adult basic
education, skills training, employment program funding for
apprenticeship training to the Apprenticeship and Trade
Certification Commission. This program also assists
individuals with barriers to gain employability skills. The
program also provides programs and services to
Employment Insurance (EI) clients under provisions of the
Canada-Saskatchewan Labour Market Development
Agreement. Partnerships with third party service providers
ensure the availability of a range of services for specialized

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needs such as career counselling, vocational assessments,


employment supports and work placement opportunities
that assist individuals to prepare for employment.

Major Capital Asset Acquisitions


(Subvote AE08)

Labour and Employer Services


(Subvote AE17)

Objective
To provide for the investment in major capital assets
including land and buildings used by the Ministry and the
Saskatchewan Institute of Applied Science and Technology
(SIAST).

Objective
To promote safe, fair, equitable, productive and competitive
workplaces by focusing on prevention, education and
training services. It also promotes, develops and enforces
occupational health and safety and labour standards. It
provides support to injured workers and assists in
preventing and resolving workplace disputes.

Amortization of Capital Assets


(Subvote AE07)

Program Delivery
Occupational Health and Safety develops and promotes
workplace health and safety by: supporting Workplace
Responsibility Systems to engage employers and workers
in reducing workplace hazards through helping establish
effective occupational health committees and occupational
health and safety representatives, and providing them with
training and assistance; improving the effectiveness of and
compliance with health and safety standards through
education and enforcement; providing youth and future
workers with basic health and safety orientation before and
upon entering the workforce; promoting healthy and safe
practices as part of the community; and providing technical
standards and services to Saskatchewan workplaces to
enhance health and safety.
Labour Standards promotes minimum conditions of
employment through the enforcement of labour standards,
such as hours of work, ovetime, annual holidays,
terminations or layoffs, and leaves of absence including
maternity, paternity and bereavement. It also develops and
delivers industry specific publications, training sessions,
educational initiatives, collection strategies and
mechanisms; and enhanced compliance initiatives.
The Labour Relations Board is an independent, quasijudicial tribunal that determines collective bargaining rights
and responsibilities in accordance with The Trade Union
Act, The Construction Industry Labour Relations Act, 1992
and The Health Labour Relations Reorganization Act.
Panels of the Board conduct public hearings and issue
written decisions which are final and binding upon the
parties.
Labour Relations and Mediation provides conciliation and
mediation services to assist in dispute resolution, and joint
employee and employer training in conflict resolution,
problem solving, and interest-based bargaining. It also
provides technical and advisory services relating to
industrial relations, and research support for legislative
initiatives; and promotes cooperative labour management
relations.
The Office of the Workers Advocate provides assistance,
advice and representation to injured workers and their
families who have claims and who wish to appeal a
decision of the Workers Compensation Board.

Status of Women Office


(Subvote AE14)
Objective
To work in partnership with provincial government
ministries, Crown corporations and the community to
achieve the goal of equality for Saskatchewan women.
Program Delivery
The Status of Women Office works in partnership with all
other provincial government ministries, Crown Corporations
and the community to achieve the goal of equality for all
Saskatchewan women.

Objective
To provide for the estimated annual consumption of the
Ministrys capital assets that are currently in use to provide
a public service.
Program Delivery
This program accounts for the estimated annual
consumption of the Ministrys capital assets. Amortization
is calculated using the straight-line method based on the
estimated useful life of the assets. Amortization is a nonvoted, non-cash expense.

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38

Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration (2)


Salaries &
Benefits

(thousands of dollars)
Capital
Transfers

Operating
Transfers

Central Management and Services (AE01)


Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $
Executive Management........................................................................................
Central Services....................................................................................................
Accommodation Services.....................................................................................
Labour - Central Management.............................................................................
Subvote Total

45 $
1,372
4,844
........
515
6,776

........ $
........
........
........
........
........

Student Supports (AE03)


Operational Support..............................................................................................
Saskatchewan Student Aid Fund.........................................................................
Provincial Training Allowance..............................................................................
Skills Training Benefit...........................................................................................
Apprenticeship Training Allowance......................................................................
Employability Assistance for People with Disabilities..........................................
Graduate Retention Program...............................................................................
Subvote Total

3,413
........
........
........
........
........
........
3,413

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

........
24,995
27,516
11,254
2,007
5,942
23,100
94,814

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

2,019
........
........
........
........
........
........
2,019

........
........
........
........
105,238
5,098
........
110,336

95
398,968
140,053
24,975
........
6,412
4,500
575,003

Immigration (AE06)

4,321

........

6,155

Labour Force Development (AE16)


Operational Support..............................................................................................
Work Readiness - Youth and Adult Skills Training..............................................
Work Readiness - Basic Education......................................................................
Work Readiness - Employment Development.....................................................
Apprenticeship and Trade Certification Commission..........................................
Subvote Total

11,229
........
........
........
........
11,229

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

71
19,902
23,567
26,851
19,682
90,073

Labour and Employer Services (AE17)


Occupational Health and Safety...........................................................................
Labour Standards.................................................................................................
Labour Relations Board........................................................................................
Labour Relations and Mediation..........................................................................
Worker's Advocate................................................................................................
Subvote Total

5,664
2,357
652
682
495
9,850

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

12
........
........
........
........
12

318

........

42

Status of Women Office (AE14)

........ $
........
142
........
........
142

Goods and
Services (1)
........ $
435
6,248
5,346
1,508
13,537

Capital Asset
Amortization

Other
Expenses

Internal
Recoveries

Total

........ $
........
........
........
........
........

........ $
........
2
........
........
2

........ $
........
(592)
........
........
(592)

45
1,807
10,644
5,346
2,023
19,865

231
........
4
2
........
........
........
237

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

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

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

3,644
24,995
27,520
11,256
2,007
5,942
23,100
98,464

366
........
........
........
........
........
........
366

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

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

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

2,480
398,968
140,053
24,975
105,238
11,510
4,500
687,724

1,424

........

........

........

11,900

973
343
29
235
........
1,580

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

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

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

12,273
20,245
23,596
27,086
19,682
102,882

1,502
254
107
107
74
2,044

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

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

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

7,178
2,611
759
789
569
11,906

19

........

........

........

379

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Amortization of Capital Assets (AE07)
Land, Buildings and Improvements......................................................................
Office and Information Technology......................................................................
Machinery and Equipment....................................................................................
Subvote Total
Total
$

Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration


........
........
........
........
37,926 $

........
........
........
........
110,336 $

........
........
........
........
766,241 $

........
........
........
........
19,207 $

39
972
1,313
21
2,306
2,306 $

........
........
........
........
2 $

(1) Includes communication expense of $761 and travel expense of $1,471.


(2) Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration includes expenses for which administration has been transferred to the Ministry of Labour Relations and Workplace Safety and the Ministry of Social Services.

........
........
........
........
(592) $

972
1,313
21
2,306
935,426

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
ADEDE, MARY ............................................... $
ADENEY, ROBIN ............................................
AKULOVA, HELEN OLENA ............................
ALBERT, DENISE ...........................................
ALDERMAN, GEOFFREY M. ........................
ALEXANDER-SMEREK, NICOLE...................
ALLEN, KAREN ..............................................
ALMQUIST, CONNI FAYE ..............................
AMENDT, TED ................................................
ANTHONY, M. RAYMOND .............................
ARGUE, NEIL S. ............................................
ARMITAGE, RANDY .......................................
ARNOTT, KENNETH N. .................................
ARSENAULT, SANDRA M. ............................
BANKS, KAREN E. ........................................
BARRIE, MARIEKA LAUREL-ANN .................
BARSI, L. SHAWNA........................................
BARTH, JOY ...................................................
BATEMAN, PATTI...........................................
BAUER, PATRICIA .........................................
BAYER, FRIEDRICH WILHELM .....................
BECKER, WENDY ..........................................
BECKMAN, LORRAINE JEAN ........................
BEDO, DOLORES ..........................................
BEITEL, CAROLYN ........................................
BENOIT, DENIS W. .......................................
BERRY, MICHAEL R. ....................................
BIHUN, GLENNIS ...........................................
BILAN, STEVEN .............................................
BILETSKI, CONNIE D. ...................................
BIRD, MARILYN..............................................
BLACKWOOD-WEDEL, MARDELL ................
BLAIS, CHAR ..................................................
BLAKELY, DOUGLAS.....................................
BLOOR CAVERS, TAMMY C. .......................
BOAN, SUSAN................................................
BOCZULAK, DAVID ........................................
BOHACH, DONNA M. ....................................
BOLAN, CURTIS J. ........................................
BOND, BARBARA J. ......................................
BOTE, RIKKI L. ..............................................
BOWERS, PATRICK.......................................
BRAY, MARITA ...............................................
BROOKS, FRANK...........................................
BROOMAN, GLEN R. ....................................
BROTEN, CHRIS R. ......................................
BROWN, GARY ..............................................
BROWN, JUDY ...............................................
BROWNLEE, BRENT .....................................
BUCKLEY, MARGARET .................................
BYERS, RONALD W. .....................................
CADRIN, CLAUDETTE ...................................
CALEVAL, TIMOTHY ......................................
CAMERON, ARLA ..........................................
CARDOSO, REYNALDO A. S. ......................
CARLSON, LARRY CURTIS ..........................
CARMICHAEL, NANCY ANNE .......................
CARR, MICHAEL J. R. ...................................
CAWSEY, SANDY ..........................................
CHAN, CHIU-PING .........................................
CHEETHAM-EINSIEDLER, JUDY L. .............
CHERNESKEY, ANNEMARIE ........................
CHERNEY, DARCY A. ...................................
CHIRPILO, SHELLEY .....................................
CHITOLIE, CAMILLE ......................................
CHURCHMAN, ELKE .....................................

93,263
65,264
81,109
56,950
106,799
54,054
124,547
64,967
123,983
93,053
71,167
58,514
71,722
52,739
113,291
56,223
77,726
56,958
87,132
103,055
100,796
74,892
103,055
51,838
57,325
76,129
68,223
136,949
56,128
74,128
76,355
66,156
56,958
59,401
124,547
77,448
91,524
56,958
56,958
98,738
101,882
71,475
61,541
81,063
71,472
103,055
147,599
52,408
113,291
97,221
64,963
57,418
113,291
69,136
67,745
64,591
56,736
195,698
55,259
56,863
56,958
57,512
86,648
103,055
51,622
75,440

Public Accounts, 2010-11

COLE, JOYCE M. ..........................................


COONEY, DEB ...............................................
COOPER, SANDRA M. .................................
COSHAN, RITA K. .........................................
CRELLIN, LYNNETTE ....................................
CROCKER, NEIL ............................................
CROSS, ROBERTA O. C. .............................
CUDMORE, BRIGITTE ..................................
CYR, MARLENE C. .......................................
CYRENNE, TERRY ........................................
DANIELSON, RON L. ....................................
DANYLUK, LISA M. .......................................
DAVIES, TRACY ............................................
DAVIS, MELANIE T. ......................................
DAWE, DEBBIE ..............................................
DEASON, LORNE ..........................................
DECIMAN, PHOEBE ......................................
DECKER, CAROL-ANN .................................
DEMERAIS, DARYL .......................................
DIDOWYCZ, MARY LORRAINE ....................
DIELSCHNEIDER, ANDREA KIM ..................
DITABLAN, ANNA S. .....................................
DITSON, DON ................................................
DOBROWOLSKI, JANICE C. ........................
DOCHERTY, MARK .......................................
DOLEJSI, KAREN MARIE ..............................
DONISON, JOANNE ......................................
DONLEVY-KONKIN, MARY M. .....................
DORNSTAUDER, GORDON M. ....................
DUGGLEBY, PATRICIA A. ............................
DUMBA, SHANNON .......................................
DUNCAN, TAMMY L. ....................................
DUNKLE, ANDREA E. ...................................
DYBWAD, HALLGEIR ERLING ......................
EBERLE, JACKY ............................................
ECKERT, KEVIN J. .......................................
ECKSTEIN, FRIEDRICH G. ..........................
EDEN, GLENDA .............................................
ELLIS, PATRICIA ...........................................
EPP, LOISE G. ..............................................
ERICKSON, LYNNE M. .................................
FABIAN, JENNIFER E. ..................................
FAULCONBRIDGE, PATRICIA M. ................
FECYK, RHONDA ..........................................
FENIUK, NANCY J. .......................................
FENNELL, DARRYL .......................................
FICHTER, CHERYL L. ..................................
FISOWICH, BETTY ........................................
FLECK-ZEPICK, SHELDON M. ....................
FLEMING, ROBERT JACK ............................
FOGARTY, MICHELLINE M. .........................
FORSETH, DOUGLAS W. ............................
FORTIER, ROBERT .......................................
FRIESEN, DERREL L. ..................................
GATIN, LAUREEN Y. ....................................
GEORGE, HEATHER .....................................
GEORGES, BERTHA .....................................
GERING, SUSAN ...........................................
GILROYED, HEATHER ..................................
GIROUX, SCOTT ...........................................
GODFREY, KELLY .........................................
GOLDSTONE, DEBBIE ..................................
GORDON, BRENT E. ....................................
GOVE, TERRANCE A. ..................................
GRAY, JANET I. ............................................
GRITTNER, KALEB L. ...................................
GROSS, LANA J. ..........................................
GROSS, NANCY ............................................
HALL, JENNIFER A. M. .................................
HAMER, ROSE-ANN ......................................
HANSEN-GARDINER, TERRI ........................
HARRISON, ALLEN K. ..................................
HASZ, ELTYN ................................................
HATFIELD, RUTH ..........................................
HAUTH, MAXINE-RAE ...................................
HAVANKA, BRENDA L. ................................

60,707
59,950
56,972
113,291
56,939
124,547
111,134
56,958
54,806
62,438
71,459
77,495
84,204
68,913
56,958
59,595
64,555
72,151
85,267
107,585
56,962
61,398
87,562
56,958
97,700
53,710
55,129
125,484
58,980
71,026
63,822
69,320
130,679
93,779
56,958
62,654
66,552
93,779
56,979
56,958
61,111
114,118
117,176
77,848
66,846
71,139
68,920
86,470
57,958
73,298
58,704
136,955
81,640
68,395
89,766
98,269
70,496
57,063
55,847
113,291
71,463
56,519
72,220
55,479
103,055
72,094
58,729
50,690
61,828
103,055
63,655
79,029
56,958
52,472
69,090
50,333

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HEIN, SHANNON ...........................................


HEISLER, CAROLYN S. ................................
HELFRICH, TIM D. ........................................
HEMM, GLORIA S. ........................................
HENDERSON, LORI A. .................................
HENDERSON, MARGARET M. .....................
HEPP, KEN .....................................................
HERBACK, SHANNON G. .............................
HERBERT, PAMELA E. .................................
HESKA-WILLARD, DARLENE........................
HILL, CARLA ..................................................
HILL, GLADYS MAE .......................................
HINDLEY, JOSEPH R. ..................................
HOLLICK, SHIRLEY D. ..................................
HOLM, EMI A. ................................................
HOOD, GORDON R. .....................................
HOVIND, MYRNA ...........................................
HRYCYSHEN, GRACE M. .............................
HUBBLE, CAROLYN ......................................
HULSHOF, HERMAN .....................................
HUNT, MEGAN ...............................................
HURKALA, ANNETTE ....................................
ILLINGWORTH, MARY-ELLEN ......................
ISMAN, CLARE...............................................
JABLAN, GORAN ...........................................
JACKSON, MARCY ........................................
JEFFERY, JAMES ..........................................
JENNINGS, LORETTA M. .............................
JEROME, VICTORIA ......................................
JOHANSEN, ERIC ..........................................
JOHNSON, KATHY E. ...................................
JOHNSON, ROBERT L. ................................
JONES-BONK, CHRISTOPHER ....................
JORDISON, TRACY .......................................
JUCHACZ, COLETTE.....................................
JUMA ANDERSON, MARIAM S. ...................
KANGETHE, NANCY......................................
KEATING, KATHLEEN ...................................
KEEPING, JOHN A. .......................................
KEIL, JAMES ROBERT ..................................
KILBY, LOUISE...............................................
KINEQUON, LEONA M. .................................
KINGWELL, KIM G. .......................................
KITCHEN, RON ..............................................
KLOTZ, DENISE .............................................
KNOBEL, RENEE ...........................................
KNOX-BEAM, ELIZABETH .............................
KOKOTAILO, TERESA ...................................
KOOCHICUM, JASON....................................
KOT, JANICE ..................................................
KOWALYSHYN, SHARON .............................
KUNTZ, KEVIN M. .........................................
KUSIAK, LILIA ................................................
L'HEUREUX, LAURIE LEE .............................
LAFOND, BEVERLEY J. ................................
LARENTE, KAREN .........................................
LEIB, CARSON ...............................................
LEKIEN, NATALIE ROBYN ............................
LEKIVETZ, KATHIE ........................................
LI, QUANXIANG DAVID .................................
LONG, DOUG .................................................
LONG, JUDY ..................................................
LORENZEN, ANN ...........................................
LOVE, KENNETH G. .....................................
LOW, STEWART A. .......................................
LOYNS, KAREN .............................................
LUHNING, CARL ............................................
MACDONALD, DORNA ..................................
MACFADDEN, ALASTAIR ..............................
MACHUCA, DANIELA ....................................
MACVICAR GRIMES, JILL .............................
MADDIA, SARAH M. ......................................
MALOWANY, CANDACE M. .........................
MCCARTHY, GISELE M. ...............................
MCGRATH, DION ...........................................
MCGREGOR, ALICIA M. ...............................

50,935
71,545
76,665
56,958
113,291
56,950
96,378
61,852
82,112
113,291
86,312
85,448
82,032
56,958
57,784
71,480
55,618
76,247
91,770
124,547
91,035
67,722
52,957
211,924
106,799
69,207
103,055
66,589
74,631
113,291
52,327
56,958
76,059
50,225
60,557
69,361
51,971
59,184
71,468
71,981
94,003
56,958
75,812
73,910
86,735
56,958
56,948
81,740
52,391
112,778
78,154
72,779
83,426
65,013
91,236
54,062
50,877
53,399
50,715
78,762
60,293
69,767
124,547
203,519
65,553
71,763
56,961
66,839
101,855
57,002
56,958
67,887
74,319
57,116
124,547
72,403

MCINNIS, CHRISTOPHER A. ........................


MCKAY, KELVIN .............................................
MCKAY, SHIRLEY J. .....................................
MCKAY, TERRY R. ........................................
MCLEAN, CATHERINE ...................................
MCLEAN, CHARLENE ....................................
MCLEAN, JOHN H. ........................................
MCRORIE, ANNE ...........................................
MCRORIE, GLEN L. .......................................
MELNIK, JENNIFER .......................................
MESENCHUK, WAYNE ..................................
MESTROVIC, DARKO ....................................
METIVIER, GLEN S. ......................................
MICHAUD, MARCEL.......................................
MILLER, SHERRYLEE A. ..............................
MILO, DAVID S. .............................................
MIRMONTAHAI, ASHRAF ..............................
MOATS, RICHARD .........................................
MOCK, KARLEE .............................................
MONTGOMERY, GAIL ....................................
MORGAN, JANET M. .....................................
MORLEY, EILEEN ..........................................
MORRISH, COLIN R. .....................................
MORRISSETTE, KATHERINE M. S. .............
MOSKAL, LAVERNE GEORGE ......................
MURPHY, KELLY ............................................
MWANGO, CHITUNDU JAMES ......................
MYERS, DEANNA ...........................................
NAIDU, DEVIKA ..............................................
NAMETH, DAN A. ..........................................
NEILSEN, LESLIE ...........................................
NELSON, GLEN ..............................................
NICHOLLS, ALFRED ......................................
NICOLLE, TRUDY ...........................................
NIKOTA, HEATHER ........................................
O'BYRNE, CATHERINE G. ............................
OLEKSYN, OLI O. ..........................................
OLYOWSKY, KIM ...........................................
OOMS, MAUREEN .........................................
OSBORNE, BARBARA J. ..............................
OSTERHOUT, RANDY ...................................
OSTRANDER, GREGORY JOHN...................
PANDYA, RUPEN ...........................................
PAPACONSTANTINOU, VICKI C. .................
PARENTEAU, PATRICIA L. ...........................
PARR, RUSSELL ............................................
PARROTT, DANIEL P. ...................................
PAUL, INEZ K. J. ............................................
PEARSON, MARY-ANNE ...............................
PEIFER, LAURIE ............................................
PENNER, IRIS ................................................
PENNER, LYNN S. ........................................
PENNY, CINDY ANN ......................................
PERKINS, VICKI LYNN ...................................
PLEWS, KATHLEEN .......................................
POHORELIC, BRIAN ......................................
POINTER, JEAN B. ........................................
POOLE, LINDA E. ..........................................
POPADYNEC, PAULETTE .............................
PURCELL, SHERRY .......................................
RAIN, DOUG ...................................................
REIBIN, TARA .................................................
REISS, DANELLE ...........................................
REITER, SUSAN .............................................
REPSKI, KAREN JOY .....................................
RHODES, KENT N. ........................................
RICHARDS, GUY ............................................
RIEGER, DUANE E. .......................................
RIEGER, JOANNE M. ....................................
ROBERTSON, AUDREY.................................
ROBINSON, LORRAINE .................................
ROSS, CHRISTA A. .......................................
ROSSLER, SHEENA LYNN ............................
ROY, LINDA ....................................................
RUNNELLS, JANICE ......................................
RUTHERFORD, A. JEAN ................................

41
64,183
68,920
56,958
71,459
62,387
70,806
69,571
96,275
103,055
62,054
78,627
55,075
71,472
86,495
53,645
72,071
66,936
62,645
53,796
50,082
124,334
55,010
106,799
51,810
131,972
50,507
50,246
69,775
56,958
93,779
93,779
68,920
64,089
93,779
82,896
68,837
71,516
71,752
78,641
103,055
75,812
71,535
138,743
71,182
110,132
52,359
65,169
56,958
50,794
60,569
57,112
59,309
56,958
56,958
50,734
60,463
86,472
85,486
61,970
55,985
76,829
63,141
73,279
50,803
56,958
68,621
71,485
113,291
75,810
81,992
80,787
56,731
53,161
77,310
83,399
57,287

42

Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration

SANDER, RYAN M. .......................................


SANSON, CARLA ...........................................
SANTHA, DOUGLAS D. ................................
SAROJ, SEEMA..............................................
SAUM, JOHN D. ............................................
SAVAGE GREGGA, DENISE M. ...................
SCHAFER, DENNIS J. ...................................
SCHIEFNER, STEVEN D. .............................
SCHMIDT, DALE L. .......................................
SCHNELL, EMERY A. ...................................
SCHOUTEN, PENNY-MAE.............................
SCHWAB, BRIAN L. ......................................
SEDGWICK, CAROLE D. ..............................
SEIFERLING, JAMES JOSEPH .....................
SEIFERLING, MARY E. .................................
SELINGER, TIM ..............................................
SEREDA, DIANA F. .......................................
SHIVAK, JEANNE ...........................................
SHORTEN, NATALIE A. ................................
SHULLMAN, COLLEEN P. ............................
SINGER, LEANN J. ........................................
SMALE, MARLENE O. ...................................
SMILJIC, ANGELINA ......................................
SMITH, AIMEE L. ...........................................
SMITH, LAURA M. .........................................
SMITH, LINDA ................................................
SMYCNIUK, DARCY.......................................
SOMMERVILL, PENNY LEE ..........................
SPENCER, JUNANNE ....................................
ST ONGE, LOUISE .........................................
STHANKIYA, UTTAM .....................................
STILBORN, HARRY E. ..................................
STOKALKO, VERONICA ................................
STOVIN, BILL G. ............................................
STRETCH, SHELLEY L. ................................
STROMBERG, RHIANNON ............................
STROMBERG, WARREN ...............................
TALLMADGE, SHAWN ...................................
TAYLOR, VALARIE.........................................
TERRY, PEGGY .............................................
TIEFENBACH, WAYNE ..................................
TOSH, JOYCE ................................................
TRELENBERG, LEE ANN ..............................
ULRICH, ANDREA ..........................................
UNGER, AARON S. .......................................
URBANOWSKI, REGINALD ...........................
VEITENHEIMER, KEVIN R. ...........................
VICENZINO HETH, ZAMIRA J. .....................
WALLS, JANIS L. ...........................................
WARD, TRAVIS ..............................................
WATT, PATRICIA M. .....................................
WEBSTER, STEPHEN T. ..............................
WEIMAN, CAROL ...........................................
WELLS, LARRY R. ........................................
WESSELS, SHELLY M. .................................
WESTGARD, KIRK N. ...................................
WHEATLEY, DOREEN ...................................
WIESNER, KATHY J. .....................................
WILCHUCK, DONNA ......................................
WILHELM, TELANNE .....................................
WILLIAMS, AMANDA......................................
WILSON, CHARLOTTE ..................................
WOLFF-MCINTYRE, NANCY C. ...................
WOOLEY, HERBERT C. ................................
WORSLEY, KARLA L. ...................................
WOSMINITY, KIRK .........................................
YEE, MARIE....................................................
YOUNG, JANICE ............................................
ZHAO, YU .......................................................
ZIELKE, SARAH .............................................

86,441
67,410
84,988
56,647
71,491
55,259
103,055
147,386
64,121
51,390
55,259
111,239
71,467
113,291
92,529
89,653
56,923
65,595
73,866
56,950
72,414
78,651
56,958
67,969
67,584
124,547
98,555
94,915
56,960
75,677
56,960
59,876
51,457
74,120
64,963
88,130
75,306
65,684
53,601
68,920
117,791
56,958
52,739
65,976
69,627
152,651
124,547
64,202
96,089
52,004
55,184
90,653
68,920
77,627
53,612
109,089
56,958
53,295
50,168
51,727
54,330
56,950
65,370
103,055
62,806
98,500
56,958
56,958
68,056
53,772

Allowances for Members with Additional Duties


NORRIS, ROB WILLIAM PAUL ROBERT ...... $

44,837

Public Accounts, 2010-11

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 ..................................................... $

90,297

Student Supports (AE03)


Saskatchewan Student Aid Fund
SASKATCHEWAN STUDENT AID FUND ..... $

24,995,000

Provincial Training Allowance


PROVINCIAL TRAINING ALLOWANCE ........ $

27,516,379

Skills Training Benefit


SKILLS TRAINING BENEFIT
ALLOWANCE ............................................. $

11,253,929

Apprenticeship Training Allowance


APPRENTICESHIP TRAINING
ALLOWANCE ............................................. $
SASKATCHEWAN APPRENTICESHIP &
TRADE CERTIFICATION
COMMISSION ............................................

1,826,732
180,000

Employability Assistance for People with


Disabilities
CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH
ASSOCIATION ........................................... $
CANADIAN PARAPLEGIC
ASSOCIATION (SASKATCHEWAN)
INC. ...........................................................
COSMOPOLITAN INDUSTRIES LTD. ..........
COSMOPOLITAN LEARNING CENTRE
INC. ...........................................................
GARY TINKER FEDERATION FOR THE
DISABLED INC. .........................................
KIN ENTERPRISES INC. ..............................
LEARNING DISABILITIES ASSOCIATION
OF SASKATCHEWAN INC. ......................
NEIL SQUIRE SOCIETY ................................
PLUS INDUSTRIES INC. ..............................
SASKATCHEWAN ABILITIES COUNCIL ......
SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION FOR
COMMUNITY LIVING INC. .......................
SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF
REHABILITATION CENTRES ....................
SASKATCHEWAN DEAF & HARD OF
HEARING SERVICES INC. .......................

220,451
77,053
253,370
508,542
157,915
68,036
1,202,235
93,986
78,487
872,035
335,397
390,786
141,308

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration

SASKATCHEWAN INSTITUTE OF
APPLIED SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY ......
SASKATOON CENTRE OF READING
EXCELLENCE INC. ...................................
SOUTH SASKATCHEWAN INDEPENDENT
LIVING CENTRE INC. ...............................

225,828
508,950

Post-Secondary Capital Transfers

Post-Secondary Education
(AE02)

CAMPION COLLEGE ......................................$


CARLTON TRAIL REGIONAL COLLEGE ......
CUMBERLAND REGIONAL COLLEGE ..........
GREAT PLAINS COLLEGE ............................
LUTHER COLLEGE ........................................
NORTH WEST REGIONAL COLLEGE ...........
NORTHLANDS COLLEGE ..............................
PARKLAND REGIONAL COLLEGE ...............
SASKATCHEWAN INSTITUTE OF
APPLIED SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY.......
SOUTHEAST REGIONAL COLLEGE .............
ST. THOMAS MORE COLLEGE .....................
UNIVERSITY OF REGINA ..............................
UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ..............

Operational Support

Innovation and Science Fund

645,472

Graduate Retention Program


GRADUATE RETENTION PROGRAM........... $

UNIVERSITY OF REGINA.............................. $

23,100,000

95,000

Universities, Federated and Affiliated


Colleges
BRIERCREST FAMILY OF SCHOOLS .......... $
188,600
BRITISH COLUMBIA INSTITUTE OF
TECHNOLOGY ...........................................
75,500
CAMPION COLLEGE .....................................
3,401,200
COLLEGE OF EMMANUEL & ST. CHAD ......
59,000
FIRST NATIONS UNIVERSITY OF
CANADA .....................................................
5,205,000
GABRIEL DUMONT INSTITUTE OF
NATIVE STUDIES & APPL RES ................
5,802,700
HORIZON COLLEGE & SEMINARY ..............
137,700
LUTHER COLLEGE........................................
3,345,800
LUTHERAN THEOLOGICAL SEMINARY ......
203,800
MINISTER OF FINANCE OF ONTARIO.........
168,975
MITACS INC. .................................................
270,000
NORTHERN ALBERTA INSTITUTE OF
TECHNOLOGY ...........................................
168,641
NORTHERN TEACHER EDUCATION
PROGRAM COUNCIL INC. .......................
3,012,500
SOUTHERN ALBERTA INST. OF
TECHNOLOGY ...........................................
480,875
ST. ANDREW'S COLLEGE ............................
103,300
ST. PETER'S COLLEGE ................................
1,030,700
ST. THOMAS MORE COLLEGE ....................
6,104,300
UNIVERSITY OF ALBERTA ...........................
476,645
UNIVERSITY OF REGINA..............................
94,539,902
UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ............. 274,115,100

Technical Institutes
GABRIEL DUMONT INSTITUTE OF
NATIVE STUDIES & APPL RES ................ $
1,674,696
SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN INSTITUTE
OF TECHNOLOGIES .................................
1,475,000
SASKATCHEWAN INSTITUTE OF
APPLIED SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY ...... 136,903,000

Regional Colleges
CARLTON TRAIL REGIONAL COLLEGE ...... $
CUMBERLAND REGIONAL COLLEGE .........
GREAT PLAINS COLLEGE ............................
LAKELAND COLLEGE ...................................
NORTH WEST REGIONAL COLLEGE ..........
NORTHLANDS COLLEGE .............................
PARKLAND REGIONAL COLLEGE ...............
SOUTHEAST REGIONAL COLLEGE ............

2,235,318
2,163,890
4,516,057
300,248
3,954,769
5,839,292
2,958,673
3,007,061

43

SASKATCHEWAN HEALTH RESEARCH


FOUNDATION .............................................$
UNIVERSITY OF REGINA ..............................
UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ..............

120,200
122,829
96,829
124,129
120,200
372,828
151,829
231,029
5,006,100
1,861,828
229,000
13,133,400
83,622,000

400,000
948,408
10,161,592

Science and Technology Research


UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ..............$

4,500,000

Immigration (AE06)
ASSEMBLEE COMMUNAUTAIRE
FRANSASKOISE INC. ...............................$
BATTLEFORDS CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE ...............................................
BETH JACOB SYNAGOGUE ..........................
CARLTON TRAIL REGIONAL COLLEGE ......
CATHOLIC SOCIAL SERVICES .....................
CERTIFIED GENERAL ACCOUNTANTS
ASSOCIATION OF SASKATCHEWAN.......
CUMBERLAND REGIONAL COLLEGE ..........
FILIPINO CANADIAN ASSOCIATION
OF SASKATOON INC. ...............................
GLOBAL GATHERING PLACE INC. ..............
GREAT PLAINS COLLEGE ............................
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN OF
SASKATOON IWS INC. .............................
MOOSE JAW MULTICULTURAL
COUNCIL INC. ...........................................
NORTH WEST REGIONAL COLLEGE ...........
PARKLAND REGIONAL COLLEGE ...............
PRAIRIE INNOVATION ENTERPRISE
REGION INC. .............................................
REGINA IMMIGRANT WOMEN CENTRE ......
REGINA OPEN DOOR SOCIETY INC. ..........
SASKATCHEWAN ABILITIES COUNCIL .......
SASKATCHEWAN APPRENTICESHIP &
TRADE CERTIFICATION
COMMISSION .............................................
SASKATCHEWAN COUNCIL FOR
INTERNATIONAL CO-OPERATION ...........
SASKATCHEWAN INTERCULTURAL
ASSOCIATION INC. ...................................
SASKATOON OPEN DOOR SOCIETY
INC. ............................................................
SOUTHEAST REGIONAL COLLEGE .............
SOUTHWEST NEWCOMER WELCOME
CENTRE INC. ............................................
TISDALE, TOWN OF ......................................
UKRAINIAN CANADIAN CONGRESS............
UNIVERSITY OF REGINA ..............................

123,249
176,818
150,047
67,856
191,926
57,753
67,151
52,432
205,845
204,761
73,095
231,928
85,655
60,665
208,180
170,040
488,816
201,765
50,560
410,000
196,792
787,129
185,137
143,665
207,065
339,750
64,114

44

Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration

UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN .............


YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN
ASSOCIATION OF PRINCE ALBERT ........

111,615
218,257

Labour Force Development


(AE16)
Work Readiness - Youth and Adult Skills
Training
ACADEMY OF LEARNING ............................. $
CANADIAN HOME BUILDERS
ASSOCIATION SASKATCHEWAN
INC. ............................................................
CARLTON TRAIL REGIONAL COLLEGE ......
CUMBERLAND REGIONAL COLLEGE .........
DUMONT TECHNICAL INSTITUTE ...............
ENGELE & KOOK ASSOCIATES LTD. .........
GLOBAL INFOBROKERS INC. .....................
GREAT PLAINS COLLEGE ............................
KAWACATOOSE FIRST NATION ..................
LAKELAND COLLEGE ...................................
MONTREAL LAKE CREE NATION ................
NORTH CENTRAL COMMUNITY
ASSOCIATION............................................
NORTH WEST REGIONAL COLLEGE ..........
NORTHLANDS COLLEGE .............................
PARKLAND REGIONAL COLLEGE ...............
REGINA & DISTRICT FOOD BANK
INC. ............................................................
REGINA TRADES & SKILL CENTRE .............
SASKATCHEWAN ABILITIES COUNCIL .......
SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN INSTITUTE
OF TECHNOLOGIES..................................
SASKATCHEWAN INSTITUTE OF
APPLIED SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY ......
SASKATOON BUSINESS COLLEGE
LTD. ...........................................................
SASKATOON TRADES & SKILL
CENTRE INC. ............................................
SASKATOON TRIBAL COUNCIL URBAN
FIRST NATIONS SERVICES INC. ............
SAULTEAUX FIRST NATION .........................
SOUTHEAST REGIONAL COLLEGE.............
VECIMA NETWORKS INC. ...........................
VENTURES COMMUNITY FUTURES
DEVELOPMENT CORP. ............................

96,060
190,293
890,120
1,112,627
684,228
88,948
67,500
1,710,610
67,500
784,086
138,533
67,500
1,760,780
3,823,740
1,547,356
53,672
867,779
92,851
1,355,030
1,768,110
130,801
881,150
80,418
67,500
1,315,250
70,003
50,400

Work Readiness - Basic Education


CARLTON TRAIL REGIONAL COLLEGE ...... $
CUMBERLAND REGIONAL COLLEGE .........
DUMONT TECHNICAL INSTITUTE ...............
GREAT PLAINS COLLEGE ............................
LAKELAND COLLEGE ...................................
NORTH WEST REGIONAL COLLEGE ..........
NORTHLANDS COLLEGE .............................
PARKLAND REGIONAL COLLEGE ...............
SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN INSTITUTE
OF TECHNOLOGIES..................................
SASKATCHEWAN INSTITUTE OF
APPLIED SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY ......
SOUTHEAST REGIONAL COLLEGE.............

708,351
1,931,339
1,912,409
954,534
360,886
3,017,613
2,857,806
1,462,779
2,770,302
6,344,667
1,246,323

Work Readiness - Employment


Development
ASSEMBLEE COMMUNAUTAIRE
FRANSASKOISE INC. ............................... $

469,247

Public Accounts, 2010-11

BATTLEFORDS CHAMBER OF
COMMERCE ..............................................
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
SASKATOON SCHOOL DIVISION
NO. 13 OF SASKATCHEWAN ...................
BUFFALO NARROWS, NORTHERN
VILLAGE OF ...............................................
CANADIAN HOME BUILDERS
ASSOCIATION SASKATCHEWAN
INC. ...........................................................
CANADIAN MENTAL HEALTH
ASSOCIATION ...........................................
CANADIAN NATIONAL INSTITUTE
FOR THE BLIND ........................................
CARLTON TRAIL REGIONAL COLLEGE......
CATHOLIC FAMILY SERVICES OF
PRINCE ALBERT INC. ..............................
CIRCLE PROJECT ASSOCIATION INC. ......
CLARK EDUCATIONAL CONSULTING ........
COSMOPOLITAN INDUSTRIES LTD. ..........
COSMOPOLITAN LEARNING CENTRE
INC. ...........................................................
CUMBERLAND HOUSE, NORTHERN
VILLAGE OF ...............................................
CUMBERLAND REGIONAL COLLEGE .........
DIMENSION 11 LTD. ....................................
DOMINION DRIVING SCHOOL LTD. ...........
EHRLO COMMUNITY SERVICES INC. ........
FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
GLOBAL INFOBROKERS INC. .....................
GREAT PLAINS COLLEGE ...........................
GREEN LAKE, NORTHERN VILLAGE OF ....
HUMBOLDT & DISTRICT COMMUNITY
SERVICES INC. ........................................
ILE A LA CROSSE, NORTHERN
VILLAGE OF ...............................................
INDEPENDENT FUTURES INC. ...................
INROADS TO AGRICULTURE
INSTITUTE .................................................
INTERNATIONAL WOMEN OF
SASKATOON IWS INC. ............................
KEEWATIN CAREER DEVELOPMENT
CORPORATION .........................................
LA LOCHE, NORTHERN VILLAGE OF .........
LEARNING DISABILITIES ASSOCIATION
OF SASKATCHEWAN INC. ......................
MEADOW LAKE OUTREACH
MINISTRIES INC. ......................................
MEYERS NORRIS PENNY LLP .....................
MICHAYLUK, DARIA ......................................
MOOSE JAW MULTICULTURAL
COUNCIL INC. ..........................................
NEIL SQUIRE SOCIETY ................................
NEWSASK COMMUNITY FUTURES
DEVELOPMENT CORP. ...........................
NIPAWIN OASIS COMMUNITY CENTRE
CO-OPERATIVE LTD. ...............................
NORTH CENTRAL COMMUNITY
ASSOCIATION ...........................................
NORTH WEST REGIONAL COLLEGE ..........
NORTHERN CAREER QUEST INC. .............
NORTHWEST COMMUNITY FUTURES
DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION .............
PARKLAND REGIONAL COLLEGE ...............
PRAIRIE EMPLOYMENT PROGRAM
INC. ...........................................................

96,837
109,179

167,197
206,331
92,155
113,489
433,824
53,586
308,910
171,553
230,000
96,169
154,893
126,293
69,692
57,158
80,561
200,000
87,416
142,794
66,157
188,761
273,386
58,332
234,940
132,272
189,721
256,500
165,578
65,551
77,387
124,265
174,003
121,907
159,625
110,227
129,582
87,917
69,495
426,911
253,146
578,000
66,509
194,698
353,880

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Advanced Education, Employment and Immigration

PRAIRIE HARVEST CHRISTIAN LIFE


CENTRE .....................................................
PRINCE ALBERT & DISTRICT
COMMUNITY SERVICE CENTRE
INC. ............................................................
PRINCE ALBERT METIS WOMEN'S
ASSOCIATION INC. ..................................
QUINT DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
INC. ............................................................
RADIUS COMMUNITY CENTRE FOR
EDUCATION & EMPL. TRNG. ...................
RAINBOW YOUTH CENTRE INC. ................
REDVERS ACTIVITY CENTRE INC. ............
REGINA & DISTRICT FOOD BANK
INC. ............................................................
REGINA IMMIGRANT WOMEN CENTRE......
REGINA OPEN DOOR SOCIETY INC. .........
REGINA TRADES & SKILL CENTRE.............
REGINA WORK PREPARATION CENTRE
INC. ............................................................
REGIONAL EMPLOYMENT
DEVELOPMENT .........................................
RIVER BANK DEVELOPMENT
CORPORATION .........................................
SAGEHILL COMMUNITY FUTURES
DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION .............
SALVATION ARMY ........................................
SASK. SPORT INC. ........................................
SASKATCHEWAN ABILITIES COUNCIL .......
SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF
REHABILITATION CENTRES ....................
SASKATCHEWAN CONSTRUCTION
ASSOCIATION INC. ..................................
SASKATCHEWAN ENVIRONMENTAL
INDUSTRY & MANAGERS ASSOC. .........
SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN INSTITUTE
OF TECHNOLOGIES .................................
SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN TRAINING
ASSESSMENT GROUP INC. ....................
SASKATCHEWAN INSTITUTE OF
APPLIED SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY ......
SASKATCHEWAN INTERCULTURAL
ASSOCIATION INC. ..................................
SASKATOON COMMUNITY YOUTH ARTS
PROGRAMMING INC. ...............................
SASKATOON FOOD BANK ...........................
SASKATOON INDUSTRY EDUCATION
COUNCIL INC. ...........................................
SASKATOON OPEN DOOR SOCIETY
INC. ............................................................
SASKATOON TRADES & SKILL
CENTRE INC. ............................................
SASKCULTURE INC. ....................................
SELF-HELP & RECREATION EDUC. ...........
SOUTH SASKATCHEWAN INDEPENDENT
LIVING CENTRE INC. ...............................
SOUTHEAST ADVOCATES FOR
EMPLOYMENT INC. (ESTEVAN) ..............
STREET WORKER'S ADVOCACY
PROJECT INC. ..........................................
TOP: YOUTH EMPLOYMENT SERVICES
INC. ............................................................
UNEMPLOYED WORKERS HELP &
COUNSELLING CENTRE INC. .................
WAKAYOS HOLDINGS INC. .........................
WEYAKWIN, NORTHERN HAMLET OF ........
YAIL HARBOR INC. .......................................
YORKTON TRIBAL COUNCIL .......................
YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN
ASSOCIATION OF PRINCE
ALBERT ......................................................
YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN
ASSOCIATION OF SASKATOON ..............
ZOYA SHMYR CONSULTING........................

125,681
741,550
251,563

45

Apprenticeship and Trade Certification


Commission
SASKATCHEWAN APPRENTICESHIP &
TRADE CERTIFICATION
COMMISSION .............................................$

19,682,000

270,428
627,210
134,103
55,644
63,284
128,339
733,821
259,641
1,106,609
114,668
121,865
51,750
55,106
884,483
2,503,639
110,300
67,219
210,697
2,418,361
109,453
1,165,241
174,286
159,659
197,627
75,093
697,669
205,876
125,581
146,621
68,922
381,850
150,697
98,517
103,000
78,979
57,158
68,879
50,000
65,500
814,620
107,763

Goods and Services


Minister's Travel
NORRIS, HON. ROB WILLIAM PAUL ............$

55,442

Goods and Services


Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for the
provision of goods and services, including travel, office
supplies, communications, contracts, and equipment.
ANALYSIS GROUP INC. ...............................$
AUSTRING CONSULTING .............................
BMO PURCHASE CARDS-ADVANCED
EDUCATION, EMPLOYMENT &
IMMIGRATION ............................................
BOARD DYNAMICS CONSULTING ...............
BROWN COMMUNICATIONS GROUP
INC. ............................................................
CANADIAN CENTRE FOR
OCCUPATIONAL HEALTH &
SAFETY ......................................................
CORPORATION OF THE COUNCIL OF
MINISTERS OF EDUCATION
CANADA .....................................................
FOCIS CONSULTING INC. ............................
GLOBAL INFOBROKERS INC. ......................
IMPERIAL PARKING CANADA CORP. .........
INSIGHTRIX RESEARCH INC. ......................
MEYERS NORRIS PENNY LLP .....................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES .................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
OFFICE .......................................................
PETROLEUM HUMAN RESOURCES
COUNCIL OF CANADA ..............................
PRECISION MOVING & INSTALLATION .......
PRINCE ALBERT MULTICULTURAL
COUNCIL ....................................................
SASKTEL ........................................................
SUPREME BASICS ........................................
TRAVELODGE HOTEL ...................................
UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ..............
YYZ TRANSLATIONS .....................................

87,502
61,000
1,210,243
56,101
364,580
59,450
246,000
132,635
75,040
97,605
228,485
280,277
7,591,071
4,980,797
100,000
86,249
96,700
382,597
62,006
52,223
215,467
64,150

Internal Recoveries
Listed are internal recoveries from ministries of $50,000 or
more for the provision of shared services.
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
EDUCATION ...............................................$

(592,389)

46

Agriculture

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Agriculture (Vote 1)
The Ministry fosters a commercially viable, self-sufficient,
and sustainable agriculture and food sector. The Ministry
encourages farmers, ranchers, and communities to develop
higher value-added production and processing, and
promotes sustainable economic development in rural
Saskatchewan through better risk management.

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 Ministrys mandate.
Program Delivery
This program includes executive management and central
corporate 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 coordinates with Government Services for delivery of office
and regional accommodations, office furniture, mail and
photographic services, records management, and minor
facility renovation; as well as the delivery of capital
improvement projects.

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, farm income stabilization, and land and
environmental policy. It also supports strategic planning,
implementation, and program delivery through agricultural
statistics, information management and technology.
Program Delivery
This program includes policy development,
communications, and business and information technology
services. It provides direction and leadership in policy
analysis, trade and market analysis, land and
environmental issues, and agricultural statistical data for the
agricultural sector, and provides the development, design
and analysis of agricultural income support and stabilization
programs. 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.

Research and Technology


(Subvote AG06)

knowledge and technologies for the agriculture and agrifood industry, manages research and development projects
and programs, negotiates research and development
project contracts, and prepares project information for the
end user. The program helps the agri-food industry to
develop direction for research and development, and
coordinates co-funding of projects by other agencies and
industry groups.

Regional Services (Subvote AG07)


Objective
To provide extension service delivery and provincial
specialist advice for business development and growth of
agricultural production and value-added industries. This is
done through extension and demonstration of new
technologies relevant to crop and livestock producers and
value-added businesses.
Program Delivery
This program includes regional services to farmers and
ranchers in the areas of crop, livestock and agri-business
development. It provides production, management and
specialist services and develops business strategies. It
provides services to meet client needs on technical
agricultural production and advancements, farm business
management and agri-business development advisory
services. It pursues and supports diversification and valueadded opportunities on the farm and beyond the farmgate.
This program also administers livestock inspection services
for domestic livestock and game farm animals to protect
and confirm ownership of livestock. It also provides for
pesticide regulation, and veterinary diagnostic services and
advice to the industry. It assesses and decides on waste
management systems for intensive livestock operations and
provides regulatory and licensing support related to fur and
game farming, 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 Community
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 beef management services for
Saskatchewan livestock producers to enhance livestock
diversification.

Industry Assistance (Subvote AG03)

Objective
To provide funding to support research into the
development of new agricultural technology and to facilitate
diversification and value-added opportunities in the agrifood industry.

Objective
To provide financial assistance and compensation
programs to support development, expansion and
diversification of the agriculture industry.

Program Delivery
This program provides financial assistance for research and
development programs and projects. As part of the
process, the program develops new and improved

Program Delivery
This program provides financial assistance directed to
various agricultural organizations which provide services to
support the agriculture and food industry.

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Agriculture

47

Irrigation and Water Infrastructure


(Subvote AG11)

provide payments to producers if their claim year margin


falls below their reference margin.

Objective
To promote the development and expansion of irrigation
and new water sources for the long-term benefit of the
industry.

Amortization of Capital Assets


(Subvote AG14)

Program Delivery
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 also provides funding for the Farm and Ranch
Water Infrastructure Program, a long-term community and
on-farm water development program for farmers and
ranchers to assist in solving water supply needs.

Financial Programs (Subvote AG09)


Objective
To support the development and sustainability of
agricultural operations through the delivery of guarantee,
lending, grant, and rebate programs. It also administers
and collects the outstanding loan and investment portfolios
and guarantees of the Agricultural Credit Corporation of
Saskatchewan (ACS) and administers The Saskatchewan
Farm Security Act.
Program Delivery
This branch manages the following agricultural investment
programs: Livestock Loan Guarantee Program, Short Term
Hog Loan Programs, Short Term Cattle Loan Program, and
the ACS portfolio.
The Livestock Loan Guarantee Program provides a limited
guarantee for qualifying livestock purchases financed
through financial institutions.
The Short Term Hog Loan and Cattle Loan Programs
provided short-term financing to assist hog and cattle
producers through periods of low prices.

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 with the federal
government and provincial government. It also provides the
provincial governments portion of crop insurance premiums
and contributions to the Wildlife Damage Compensation
Program.
This program also provides provincial contributions to the
AgriStability and AgriInvest Programs. The programs

Objective
To provide for the estimated annual consumption of the
Ministrys capital assets that are currently in use to provide
a public service.
Program Delivery
This program accounts for the estimated annual
consumption of the Ministrys 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.

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Agriculture

48

Agriculture

(thousands of dollars)
Salaries &
Benefits

Capital
Transfers

Operating
Transfers

Goods and
Services (1)

Capital Asset
Amortization

Other
Expenses

Internal
Recoveries

Total

Central Management and Services (AG01)


Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $
Executive Management........................................................................................
Central Services....................................................................................................
Accommodation Services.....................................................................................
Subvote Total

45 $
975
650
........
1,670

........ $
........
........
........
........

........ $
........
........
........
........

........ $
231
133
3,329
3,693

........ $
........
........
........
........

........ $
........
........
........
........

........ $
........
........
........
........

45
1,206
783
3,329
5,363

Policy and Planning (AG05)

3,691

........

........

3,586

........

........

........

7,277

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

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

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

2,284
19,141
21,425

Research and Technology (AG06)


Project Coordination.............................................................................................
Research Programming........................................................................................
Subvote Total

734
........
734

........
3,000
3,000

1,480
16,141
17,621

70
........
70

Regional Services (AG07)


Regional Services.................................................................................................
Livestock Services Revolving Fund - Net Expense (Recovery)
(Statutory)........................................................................................................
Subvote Total

10,450

........

10,944

2,333

........

........

23,732

........
10,450

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

........
10,944

........
2,333

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

418
423

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

418
24,150

Land Management (AG04)


Land Management Services.................................................................................
Land Revenue - Bad Debt Allowances................................................................
Crown Land Sale Incentive Program...................................................................
Pastures Revolving Fund - Net Expense (Recovery) (Statutory)........................
Subvote Total

2,597
........
........
........
2,597

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

59
........
2,790
........
2,849

764
........
........
........
764

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

1,086
........
........
(582)
504

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

4,506
........
2,790
(582)
6,714

Industry Assistance (AG03)


Contributions for General Agriculture Interests....................................................
Comprehensive Pest Control Program................................................................
SaskBio Program..................................................................................................
Subvote Total

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

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

3,465
2,227
........
5,692

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

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

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

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

3,465
2,227
........
5,692

Irrigation and Water Infrastructure (AG11)


Irrigation Services.................................................................................................
Saskatchewan Farm and Ranch Water Infrastructure Program.........................
Subvote Total

1,740
........
1,740

........
5,000
5,000

213
........
213

2,623
........
2,623

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

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

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

4,576
5,000
9,576

Financial Programs (AG09)

2,685

........

929

737

........

(66)

........

4,285

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

29,510
96,885
17,010
109,308
31,880
110,825
395,418

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

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

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

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

29,510
96,885
17,010
109,308
31,880
110,825
395,418

Business Risk Management (AG10)


Crop Insurance Program Delivery........................................................................
Crop Insurance Program Premiums.....................................................................
AgriStability Program Delivery..............................................................................
AgriStability...........................................................................................................
AgriInvest...............................................................................................................
AgriRecovery.........................................................................................................
Subvote Total

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

Public Accounts, 2010-11


Amortization of Capital Assets (AG14)
Infrastructure.........................................................................................................
Land, Buildings and Improvements......................................................................
Machinery and Equipment....................................................................................
Transportation Equipment....................................................................................
Office and Information Technology......................................................................
Subvote Total
Total
$
(1) Includes communication expense of $675 and travel expense of $1,327.

Agriculture
........
........
........
........
........
........
23,567 $

........
........
........
........
........
........
8,000 $

........
........
........
........
........
........
433,666 $

49
........
........
........
........
........
........
13,806 $

2,256
20
121
8
1
2,406
2,406 $

........
........
........
........
........
........
861 $

........
........
........
........
........
........
........ $

2,256
20
121
8
1
2,406
482,306

50

Agriculture

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
ABREY, BETTY .............................................. $
ACHTYMICHUK, CONSTANCE .....................
AHLSTROM, KAREN ANN .............................
ANTONYUK, OLENA ......................................
ARMSTRONG, JOSEPH J. ............................
AUGUSTINE, KEVIN P. .................................
AUTEN, LEE H. ..............................................
AYARS, MORLEY B. .....................................
BABCOCK, JAMES H. ...................................
BABCOCK, JOHN WILLARD ..........................
BADER, LEROY A. ........................................
BAKKE, ALLAN B. .........................................
BARCLAY, GLENN .........................................
BARTESKI, LLOYD E. ...................................
BEDARD, TERRY L. ......................................
BILLETT, DOUGLAS SIDNEY ........................
BIRCH, R. JAMES ..........................................
BJORGE, RICK D. .........................................
BLAKLEY, LYNDI T. ......................................
BONNEAU, ANDRE ........................................
BOYCE, JAMES..............................................
BOYLE, PATRICK J. ......................................
BOYLE, THOMAS F. ......................................
BRACE, DUANE .............................................
BRAIDEK, JEFFREY ......................................
BRENZIL, CLARK ...........................................
BRIERE, JEFFERY A. ...................................
BROOKS, DONALD ........................................
BROWN, SCOTT ............................................
BRULE, FRANCINE ........................................
BUE, SIGURD GORDON................................
BURTON, RICHARD J. ..................................
CAMPBELL, BRIAN D. ..................................
CHAMPAGNE, BRADLEY JAMES .................
CHANT, SHANNON ........................................
CHARABIN, TRACEY .....................................
CHARTIER, RENEE .......................................
CHIKOWSKI, GEORGINA RAE ......................
CLINE, CARMEN ............................................
COGHILL, GARY ............................................
COOK, DAVID L. ............................................
CORTUS, DEAN H. .......................................
CRANSTON, RORY........................................
CRUISE, DAPHNE..........................................
CURSONS, DEAN T. .....................................
DAS, SHANKAR .............................................
DAVIDUK, KATHERINE L. .............................
DEAR, TEDDI .................................................
DEMYEN, MITCHELL J. ................................
DERDALL, BARRY .........................................
DIDUCK, SHELDON .......................................
DOBBS, SHERRI A. .......................................
DOIG, BRYAN R. ...........................................
DOKKEN-BOUCHARD, FAYE ........................
DONAIS, LAURIER .........................................
DOUGLAS, GREG B. .....................................
DRURY, JASON .............................................
EDWARDS, RON J. .......................................
ELEY, RON A. ................................................
ELFORD, COLBY J. .......................................
EVANS, KENNETH K. ...................................
EVANS, TRACY ..............................................
FARDEN, KELLY DEAN .................................
FEIST, MURRAY ............................................
FEIST, TIMOTHY P. ......................................
FEWINGS, TYLER JOHN ...............................

53,351
86,575
72,688
70,325
103,055
61,959
114,956
78,733
103,055
124,547
78,675
59,071
78,634
85,295
78,607
124,547
70,648
113,624
68,995
84,670
103,055
58,149
78,638
58,255
78,621
86,632
60,008
64,963
125,027
59,355
91,397
148,832
85,295
91,237
73,125
71,492
55,136
52,739
76,914
86,470
85,040
75,105
58,394
66,556
105,398
69,243
52,526
66,524
124,547
50,633
75,407
86,509
94,031
82,172
83,283
112,460
73,205
64,963
84,428
54,777
78,606
78,600
64,995
86,523
71,662
58,111

Public Accounts, 2010-11

FLATEN, BRENT ............................................


FOLK, MARK ..................................................
FONTAINE, DONALD J. ................................
FORSYTHE, LEEANN T. ..............................
FOSTER, ALLAN WILFRED ..........................
FRIESEN, SIDNEY .........................................
GABRUCH, DAVID .........................................
GEDDIE, LESLIE ............................................
GEREIN, GARY ..............................................
GIBSON, SHAWN ..........................................
GLAB, THOMAS T. .......................................
GOODFELLOW, ROBERTA K. .....................
GOODWILLIE, DAVID ....................................
GOODWIN, VALERIE ....................................
GOSSELIN, KAREN A. .................................
GOURLIE, BRYAN R. ...................................
GOVINDASAMY, NITHI .................................
GRAHAM, JAMES E. ....................................
GRAHAM, RANDAL .......................................
GREUEL, JONATHAN B. ..............................
GRIMSRUD, MILO J. ....................................
GROSS, GERALD ..........................................
HAASE, GREGORY RANDOLPH ..................
HAMILTON, KENNETH ..................................
HARTLEY, SCOTT .........................................
HARVEY, MAURY L. .....................................
HAUER, JOHN A. ..........................................
HAZEN, DOREEN S. .....................................
HENLEY, WILLIAM T. ...................................
HEPPER, LYNETTE M. .................................
HERNDIER, LORI D. .....................................
HEYDEN, JENIFER L. ...................................
HICKS, LYNDON ............................................
HIGHMOOR, TIM MARTIN ............................
HOEHN, WALTER ..........................................
HOLMLUND, RANDY .....................................
HOPSON, TYLER J. ......................................
HOWES, RALPH M. ......................................
IPPOLITO, JOHN E. ......................................
IVANOCHKO, GERALD .................................
JACOBS, CHANTAL ......................................
JALIL, ABDUL ................................................
JANSEN, ANDREAS A. .................................
JAPP, MITCHELL T. ......................................
JOHNSON, MERVIN ROSS ...........................
JOHNSON, PATRICIA ...................................
JOHNSON, PAUL A. .....................................
JORGENSON, JAMES TODD ........................
JUNK, DAVE ..................................................
KARCHA, WADE ............................................
KETTEL, JAMES ............................................
KLEIN, LORNE H. .........................................
KLEMMER, ROBERT G. ...............................
KOCH, ALANNA L. ........................................
KOURI, DOROTHY ........................................
KRAYNICK, RACHEL .....................................
KRIPS, NICOLE M. .......................................
KRUGER, GARY ............................................
LABAR, TERRY ..............................................
LAFORGE, CYRIL M. ....................................
LANE, BARRY A. ..........................................
LANGER, CRAIG ...........................................
LATURNAS, JAMES P. .................................
LEASK, DOUG ...............................................
LEIER, VALERIE ANN ...................................
LENNOX, TREVOR B. ..................................
LEWCHUK, ZANE KENNETH ........................
LINSLEY, JOHN L. ........................................
LIPINSKI, GARTH D. .....................................
LISITZA, LYNDON D. ....................................
LOEWEN, EDMUND ......................................
LUZNY, STEPHEN W. ..................................
MACMILLAN, JUDITH E. ..............................
MARCENIUK, BRADLEY PAUL .....................
MARCIA, MARY JANE ...................................
MARCINIAK, JOSEPH PAUL .........................

85,801
102,770
85,878
103,055
78,480
84,768
93,779
62,264
71,316
64,075
80,838
81,677
56,243
76,782
52,739
83,491
176,573
78,624
75,812
112,778
71,469
95,133
124,547
96,563
95,096
67,763
78,339
53,159
103,055
61,570
52,737
63,316
57,881
68,100
105,566
51,036
67,938
85,954
78,722
71,818
78,953
154,748
103,055
67,106
85,295
57,685
124,547
83,883
65,311
71,459
106,658
78,646
78,685
200,123
52,848
78,271
78,955
65,954
59,358
78,610
64,500
71,560
52,818
58,197
51,414
78,640
66,295
101,127
51,905
73,138
51,033
79,589
78,810
65,069
103,508
73,589

Public Accounts, 2010-11


MATHESON, GARTH .....................................
MCCALL, PENNY G. .....................................
MCCALLUM, DARRYL ...................................
MCINNIS, BRENT...........................................
MCLEAN, GRANT LESLIE .............................
MCVICAR, RAY W. ........................................
MIKETINAC, JEAN MARY ..............................
MILLER, SEAN ...............................................
MOATS, I. ELAINE .........................................
MOJELSKI, CAROL ........................................
MONETTE, RONALD .....................................
MOOLEKI, S. PATRICK..................................
MORI, NADIA..................................................
MORROW, DORIS L. ....................................
MOSS, ROBERT L. .......................................
NELSON, CURTIS E. ....................................
NIXDORF, RAYMOND B. ..............................
NORTHOVER, PHILIP R. ..............................
NOVAK, JOSEPH E. ......................................
PALEY, NAOMI...............................................
PANCHUK, KENNETH M. .............................
PARISIEN, GLORIA........................................
PAYNE, GLENN .............................................
PCHAJEK, DOUG G. .....................................
PEARDON, TRAVIS J. ..................................
PEPIN, DENIS ................................................
PERRAULT, DONALD C. ..............................
PHELPS, SHERRILYN ...................................
PHIPPS, MURRAY A. ....................................
PINNO, CHRISTOPHER ................................
PODHORDESKI, JESSICA S. .......................
PON, GODWIN ...............................................
POTTER, EDNA M. .......................................
PYLYPCHUK, MICHAEL H. ...........................
RECKSIEDLER, BLAINE ................................
REHIRCHUK, DONNA....................................
RISULA, DALE K. ..........................................
ROBERTSHAW, PATRICIA............................
ROSS, KATHRYN...........................................
RUUD, COREY E. .........................................
SAGIN, DONNA M. ........................................
SCHARF, FORREST P. .................................
SCHMEISER, DANIEL....................................
SCHULTZ, TIMOTHY .....................................
SCHWARTZ, THOMAS ..................................
SEAMAN, COLLEEN ......................................
SHIPLACK, JACLYNE ....................................
SHOEMAKER, ROBERT ................................
SHORTT, DAVID ............................................
SIM, BRIAN N. ...............................................
SINCLAIR, MORLEY ......................................
SLATER-SMITH, FAYE COLLEEN ................
SLINGERLAND, D. KIM..................................
SMITH, CHRISTOPHER.................................
SOITA, HENRY W. ........................................
STALWICK, JAMES R. ..................................
STAN, WENDY L. ..........................................
STANGER, SANDRA J. .................................
STEFANSON, BRENDA .................................
STOKES, GEORGE........................................
STONEHOUSE, KIM B. .................................
STOVIN, DARREN S. ....................................
SUMMACH, DWAYNE....................................
SUNDBO, BRYCE ..........................................
SWEETMAN, GLEN .......................................
TANGJERD, LORNE D. .................................
TOEWS, MARILYN J. ....................................
TOWNSEND FRASER, VALERIE ..................
TREMBLAY, MICHEL E. ................................
URBANIAK, SHANNON D. ............................
VAKULABHARANAM, VENKATA R. .............
VAVRA, WILLIAM C. .....................................
VEITCH, LORNE T. .......................................
WAGNER, CRYSTAL M. ...............................
WALSH, MARIANNE ......................................
WEITERMAN, GARTH A. ..............................

Agriculture
51,365
103,055
81,098
71,483
86,472
103,055
98,598
58,493
81,274
71,463
78,606
85,167
63,842
103,055
73,918
70,357
83,396
78,608
89,815
74,655
86,478
116,727
86,487
90,671
69,806
71,459
78,743
78,702
55,708
80,537
54,946
86,974
68,920
95,114
86,511
89,279
86,512
71,501
57,060
74,498
64,659
85,702
108,314
77,225
118,274
54,317
61,421
71,165
69,878
86,558
78,618
69,641
53,122
78,718
78,639
113,291
60,905
103,055
78,667
85,420
74,522
85,295
78,135
71,457
86,440
86,473
52,800
71,437
86,523
69,383
85,464
78,674
86,720
62,201
66,875
95,124

WEITZEL, CARLA ...........................................


WELLMAN, RICHARD M. ..............................
WHARTON, D. RICHARD ...............................
WHITE, ROY G. .............................................
WIENS, ROBERT ............................................
WILKINS, WENDY L. .....................................
WILLIAMS, JESSICA ......................................
WILLIAMSON, KAREN M. .............................
WILSON, GEOFF ............................................
WOLFE, ROBERT G. .....................................
WOLOSHYN, RYAN .......................................
YLIOJA, STANLEY WAYNE ...........................
ZALINKO, GRANT ..........................................

51
60,975
77,298
78,615
103,055
86,514
50,386
61,805
93,779
82,278
78,850
57,905
80,282
86,387

Allowances for Members with Additional Duties


BJORNERUD, BOB K. ...................................$

44,837

Transfers
Listed, by program, are transfers to recipients who received
$50,000 or more.

Research and Technology


(AG06)
Project Coordination
AG-WEST BIO INC. .......................................$
SASKATCHEWAN FOOD INDUSTRY
DEVELOPMENT CENTRE .........................
WHEATLAND CONSERVATION AREA
INC. ............................................................

400,000
240,000
50,585

Research Programming
AG-WEST BIO INC. .......................................$
EAST CENTRAL RESEARCH
FOUNDATION .............................................
GENOME PRAIRIE .........................................
INDIAN HEAD AGRICULTURE
RESEARCH FOUNDATION ........................
METABOLIX OILSEEDS INC. ........................
NORTHEAST AGRICULTURE RESEARCH
FOUNDATION .............................................
PLANT BIOTECHNOLOGY INSTITUTE .........
PRAIRIE AGRICULTURAL MACHINERY
INSTITUTE ..................................................
PRAIRIE SWINE CENTRE INC. ....................
RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA
AGRICULTURE & AGRI-FOOD
CANADA .....................................................
SASKATCHEWAN BEEKEEPERS
ASSOCIATION ............................................
SASKATCHEWAN BISON ASSOCIATION ....
SASKATCHEWAN CONSERVATION
LEARNING CENTRE INC. .........................
SASKATCHEWAN FOOD INDUSTRY
DEVELOPMENT CENTRE .........................
SASKATCHEWAN RESEARCH
COUNCIL ....................................................
SECAN ASSOCIATION ..................................
UNIVERSITY OF REGINA ..............................
UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ..............
WESTERN APPLIED RESEARCH
CORPORATION ..........................................

400,000
50,000
1,214,364
50,000
81,563
50,000
416,380
1,733,498
520,894
1,102,947
90,000
67,052
50,000
320,000
164,520
100,000
56,910
12,395,278
50,000

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WHEATLAND CONSERVATION AREA


INC. ............................................................

50,000

Regional Services (AG07)

SOUTH SASKATCHEWAN RIVER


IRRIGATION DISTRICT NO. 1 ................... $
72,000
72,000
9,065,000
68,682
68,111
320,000

Land Management (AG04)


Crown Land Sale Incentive Program
ELLIOTT, JACK W. ........................................ $
SIGOUIN, LOUIS ............................................
SUTTON, GLENN ...........................................

52,029
73,130
68,688

Contributions for General Agriculture


Interests
50,000
100,000
50,000
2,385,000
300,000
400,000
50,000

Comprehensive Pest Control Program


DISTRICT NO. 32 ADD BOARD ..................... $
GOPHER CONTROL REBATE.......................
SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF
RURAL MUNICIPALITIES ..........................
SASKATCHEWAN COYOTE CONTROL .......
SASKATCHEWAN CROP INSURANCE
CORPORATION .........................................

178,200

Saskatchewan Farm and Ranch Water


Infrastructure Program
FARM & RANCH WATER
INFRASTRUCTURE PROGRAM ............... $

5,000,000

Financial Programs (AG09)


CANADIAN CATTLE IDENTIFICATION
AGENCY .................................................... $
SASKATCHEWAN QUALITY STARTS
HERE/VERIFIED BEEF PRODUCTION
WORKING GROUP INC. ...........................

371,033
120,000

Business Risk Management


(AG10)
Crop Insurance Program Delivery

Industry Assistance (AG03)

AGRICULTURE IN THE CLASSROOM


(SASK) INC. ............................................... $
CANADIAN CENTRE FOR HEALTH &
SAFETY IN AGRICULTURE .......................
CANADIAN WESTERN AGRIBITION .............
PRAIRIE DIAGNOSTICS SERVICES
INC. ............................................................
SASKATCHEWAN 4-H COUNCIL INC. .........
SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF
RURAL MUNICIPALITIES ..........................
SASKATCHEWAN VETERINARY
MEDICAL ASSOCIATION...........................

Irrigation and Water


Infrastructure (AG11)
Irrigation Services

Regional Services
ASSINIBOINE WATERSHED
STEWARDSHIP ASSOCIATION ................ $
MOOSE JAW RIVER WATERSHED
STEWARDS INC. .......................................
PROVINCIAL COUNCIL OF ADD
BOARDS FOR SASKATCHEWAN
INC. ............................................................
R.M. OF LUMSDEN NO. 189..........................
SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF
RURAL MUNICIPALITIES ..........................
SASKATCHEWAN SOCIETY FOR THE
PREVENTION OF CRUELTY TO
ANIMALS ....................................................

Public Accounts, 2010-11

125,000
501,326
1,250,000
1,129,926
350,000

SASKATCHEWAN CROP INSURANCE


CORPORATION ......................................... $

29,510,000

Crop Insurance Program Premiums


SASKATCHEWAN CROP INSURANCE
CORPORATION ......................................... $

96,885,000

AgriStability Program Delivery


RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA
AGRICULTURE & AGRI-FOOD
CANADA ..................................................... $
SASKATCHEWAN CROP INSURANCE
CORPORATION .........................................

298,285
16,712,000

AgriStability
RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA
AGRICULTURE & AGRI-FOOD
CANADA ..................................................... $
SASKATCHEWAN CROP INSURANCE
CORPORATION .........................................

10,000,000
99,308,000

AgriInvest
RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA
AGRICULTURE & AGRI-FOOD
CANADA ..................................................... $

31,880,000

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Agriculture

Pastures Revolving Fund

AgriRecovery
CANADA-SK PASTURE RECOVERY
INITIATIVE .................................................. $
6,751,203
SASKATCHEWAN CROP INSURANCE
CORPORATION ......................................... 101,600,000

Goods and Services


Minister's Travel
30,084

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.
499,202
89,055
75,196
1,022,058
88,062
94,325
75,324
3,805,818
2,219,848
102,704
233,225
266,758
319,945
59,000
194,641
432,956
379,693
315,034
71,490
137,699
127,730
171,386

Other Expenses
Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for
expenses not included in the above categories.
VALLEY BEEF PRODUCERS CO-OP
LTD. ........................................................... $

Revenue ..........................................................$
Expenses:
Salaries and Benefits .......... $
3,551,930
Transfers .............................
923,613
Goods and Services ............
2,704,885
Other Expenses ...................
529
Net Recovery ...................................................$

7,762,809

7,180,957
581,852

Details of expenses for the Pastures Revolving Fund:

BJORNERUD, HON. ROBERT K. ................. $

AECOM CANADA LTD. ................................. $


AMEX CANADA INC. ACCOUNTS
CONTROL & SERVICES ............................
ASSOCIATED ENGINEERING (SASK)
LTD. ...........................................................
BMO PURCHASE CARDSAGRICULTURE ..........................................
INFORMATION SERVICES
CORPORATION .........................................
MEYERS NORRIS PENNY LLP .....................
MINISTER OF FINANCE OF ALBERTA ........
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES .................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
OFFICE .......................................................
NELSON MULLINS RILEY &
SCARBOROUGH LLP ................................
PRAIRIE DIAGNOSTICS SERVICES
INC. ............................................................
PRINTWEST ...................................................
RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA
AGRICULTURE & AGRI-FOOD
CANADA .....................................................
SASKATCHEWAN ASSESSMENT
MANAGEMENT AGENCY ..........................
SASKATCHEWAN MILK MARKETING
BOARD .......................................................
SASKCON REPAIR SERVICES LTD. ...........
SASKPOWER CORPORATION .....................
SASKTEL ........................................................
SOUTH SASKATCHEWAN RIVER
IRRIGATION DISTRICT NO. 1 ...................
STANTEC CONSULTING LTD. .....................
TAP COMMUNICATIONS INC. .....................
VALLEY WEST IRRIGATION INC. ................

53

122,908

Salaries and Benefits


Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for
salaries, wages, honorariums, etc. and for pension and
public sector benefits.
Salaries
CHARTRAND, TONY G. ................................$
DRYSDALE, ROBERT A. ...............................
HEEBNER, MARK ...........................................
HILTZ, MELVIN B. ..........................................
HOUGH, CALVIN E. .......................................
KOHLE, NORMAN M. ....................................
KOHLS, BLAKE ...............................................
LOY, GALEN H. .............................................
PARSONS, RODNEY J. .................................
TURNER, ELWOOD W. .................................

50,702
78,489
86,470
90,463
50,702
59,166
86,176
79,496
59,120
91,231

Transfers
Listed, by program, are transfers to recipients who received
$50,000 or more.
R.M. OF VICTORY NO. 226 ...........................$

89,542

Goods and Services


Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for the
provision of goods and services, including travel, office
supplies, communications, contracts, and equipment.
BMO PURCHASE CARDSAGRICULTURE ...........................................$
ELASCHUK, WILF ..........................................
FEDERATED CO-OPERATIVES LIMITED .....
KOBYLAK CONSTRUCTION INC. ................
MICCAR AERIAL LTD. ...................................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
OFFICE .......................................................
RIDGE ROAD WELDING ................................
SASKPOWER CORPORATION .....................
SASKTEL ........................................................

566,072
63,602
184,517
58,473
181,040
128,064
124,569
129,820
57,046

Livestock Services Revolving


Fund
Revenue ..........................................................$
Expenses:
Salaries and Benefits .......... $
2,717,940
Goods and Services ............
865,051
Net Expense ....................................................$

3,164,961
3,582,991
418,030

54

Agriculture

Details of expenses for the Livestock Services Revolving


Fund:

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
AUGUSTINE, DAVE ....................................... $
BELAK, BARRY L. .........................................
DEJAEGER, BARRY ......................................
EIDE, JEFFREY L. .........................................
MCCONWELL, WILLIAM G. ..........................
SABIN, RON A. ..............................................
SCHERGER, ROBERT ...................................
SOLOMON, ROBERT .....................................
TIPTON, LES ..................................................
WILK, CAMERON D. .....................................
WOODS, GARTH B. ......................................

61,291
57,897
57,282
59,122
55,226
54,585
52,563
54,811
55,023
102,594
54,959

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.
DATA GROUP OF COMPANIES .................... $
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES .................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
OFFICE .......................................................

63,032
280,773
244,598

Public Accounts, 2010-11

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Public Accounts, 2010-11

Corrections, Public Safety and Policing (Vote 73)


The mandate of the Ministry is to promote safe communities
and maintain public order by delivering effective programs
for individuals in conflict with the law, by providing support
to provincial policing services through the Royal Canadian
Mounted Police, through emergency planning and
communication, through monitoring of safety and building
standards, the delivery of fire prevention and disaster
assistance programs and through licensing and inspection
services.

Young Offender Programs


(Subvote CP07)

Central Management and Services


(Subvote CP01)

Program Delivery
This program delivers a wide range of provincial programs
for young offenders under The Youth Criminal Justice Act
(Canada) to respond to youth offending behaviours and
levels of risk. These services include extrajudicial sanctions
(programs in which offenders accused of a criminal offence
take responsibility for their behaviour by participating in a
community-based program), judicial interim release for
youth who require supervision in the community while
awaiting their court hearings, community supervision, open
and secure custody, targeted initiatives focusing on repeat
offenders and reintegration programming for high-risk youth
exiting custody. Rehabilitative and risk-reduction programs
available to sentenced youth include addictions programs,
restitution programs, cognitive behavioural programs that
target risk factors, violent offender treatment and sex
offender treatment. Youth are linked to programs provided
by health authorities, school divisions, community-based
organizations and employers.

Objective
To provide executive direction and centrally-managed
services in the areas of finance, information management,
policy and planning, communications, and other operational
services that include head office and program-based
accommodations required for the delivery of the Ministrys
mandate. It also provides for major capital improvements.
Program Delivery
Funding is provided to operate the Ministers and Deputy
Ministers offices. The program is responsible to provide
strategic program and policy planning, communications and
public awareness activities, budget preparation, revenue
and expenditure accounting, financial management advice,
information technology service coordination, administration
of the Ministrys freedom of information program, workforce
planning and organizational development. This program
also provides for major capital improvements and payments
to Government Services for lease accommodations, mail
services, records management, and minor renovation
services.

Adult Corrections (Subvote CP04)


Objective
To operate correctional programs for adult offenders, to
provide community and institutionally-based intervention
services and administer alternatives to incarceration
programs. It also operates commercial industries within the
correctional centres to assist in the rehabilitation and
training process.
Program Delivery
The program contributes to safe communities by providing
a range of controls and reintegration opportunities for adult
offenders. The program offers a wide range of institutional
services including correctional treatment programs,
academic and vocational training, counselling services,
work, recreational and community service programs, and
health care services. This program also provides
assessment reports to the courts; develops and administers
community-based sentences and pre-trial alternatives; and,
provides opportunities for offenders to participate in
community activities that promote responsible social
behaviour and work patterns, and make reparation to the
victim or community. The program includes the operation of
the Correctional Facilities Industries Revolving Fund which
provides job skill training by employing inmates in the
production of various goods for government ministries,
Crown corporations and private sector clients. Revenue
generated is retained by the Fund and serves to offset the
direct program delivery costs.

Objective
To deliver Young Offenders programs and services that
hold youth accountable for their unlawful behaviour, reduce
the likelihood they will re-offend and ensure society is
protected from youth who offend, particularly dangerous
youth or chronic repeat offenders.

Public Safety (Subvote CP06)


Objective
To provide coordination services to municipalities for
firefighter training, fire prevention programs, emergency
preparedness and Sask911. It also provides payments for
disaster assistance. To develop and enforce safety
standards for boilers, pressure vessels, elevators,
amusement rides and building construction.
Program Delivery
Fire prevention programs establish fire safety standards,
provide for fire prevention and public education programs,
firefighter training and education, investigations and
advisory and support services to municipalities. Building
Standards sets and provides advice to municipalities and
other interested parties on building and accessibility
standards, reviews municipal building bylaws, licenses
building officials and assists the Saskatchewan Building
and Accessibility Standards Appeal Board. Emergency
Planning prepares and maintains the provincial emergency
plan, and coordinates government authorities on security
and emergency preparedness. The Provincial Disaster
Assistance Program offers financial assistance to help
communities and private property owners recover from the
effects of certain natural disasters. Sask911 programs
implement the province-wide enhanced 9-1-1 emergency
call-taking system. Licensing and Inspections develops and
enforces boiler, pressure vessel, elevator and amusement
rides safety requirements, and licenses people performing
the work of electrical or gas installations.

Policing Services (Subvote CP10)


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.

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Corrections, Public Safety and Policing

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, operation of the Saskatchewan Police
Commission and Saskatchewan Police College and the
delivery of public safety programs.

Major Capital Projects


(Subvote CP09)
Objective
To provide for investment of major capital assets, including
capital upgrades, telecommunication systems and other
capital projects.

Amortization of Capital Assets


(Subvote CP08)
Objective
To provide for the estimated annual consumption of the
Ministrys capital assets that are currently in use to provide
a public service.
Program Delivery
This program accounts for the estimated annual
consumption of the Ministrys 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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58

Corrections, Public Safety and Policing

(thousands of dollars)
Salaries &
Benefits

Central Management and Services (CP01)


Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $
Executive Management........................................................................................
Central Services....................................................................................................
Accommodation Services.....................................................................................
Subvote Total

45 $
1,576
1,232
........
2,853

Capital
Transfers

Operating
Transfers

Goods and
Services (1)

Capital Asset
Amortization

Other
Expenses

Internal
Recoveries

Total

........ $
........
........
........
........

........ $
5
59
........
64

........ $
382
4,944
13,923
19,249

........ $
........
........
........
........

........ $
........
9
........
9

........ $
........
........
........
........

45
1,963
6,244
13,923
22,175

Adult Corrections (CP04)


Adult Corrections Facilities...................................................................................
Community Training Residences.........................................................................
Community Operations.........................................................................................
Program Support...................................................................................................
Correctional Facilities Industries Revolving Fund - Subsidy...............................
Correctional Facilities Industries Revolving Fund - Net Expense
(Recovery) (Statutory).....................................................................................
Subvote Total

69,430
2,153
11,869
2,977
........

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

781
........
........
490
........

13,439
408
2,104
589
........

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

67
........
........
(767)
40

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

83,717
2,561
13,973
3,289
40

........
86,429

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

........
1,271

........
16,540

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

102
(558)

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

102
103,682

Young Offender Programs (CP07)


Young Offender Facilities.....................................................................................
Community and Alternative Measures.................................................................
Program Support...................................................................................................
Regional Services.................................................................................................
Subvote Total

26,970
........
1,810
10,055
38,835

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

124
6,423
2
1
6,550

3,730
36
515
1,264
5,545

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

(40)
........
........
........
(40)

(648)
........
........
........
(648)

30,136
6,459
2,327
11,320
50,242

Public Safety (CP06)


Protection and Emergency Services....................................................................
Licensing and Inspections....................................................................................
Provincial Disaster Assistance Program..............................................................
Joint Emergency Preparedness Program............................................................
Provincial Public Safety Telecommunications Network.......................................
Subvote Total

2,662
863
896
........
........
4,421

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

707
1,130
34,554
182
........
36,573

1,013
662
450
257
1,677
4,059

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

........
(6)
12,250
........
........
12,244

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

4,382
2,649
48,150
439
1,677
57,297

Policing Services (CP10)


Program Support...................................................................................................
Police Programs....................................................................................................
Saskatchewan Police Commission......................................................................
Royal Canadian Mounted Police..........................................................................
Subvote Total

796
1,614
488
........
2,898

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

455
817
699
68
2,039

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

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

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

1,261
13,437
1,190
135,765
151,653

Major Capital Projects (CP09)


Provincial Telecommunication..............................................................................
Subvote Total

(23)
(23)

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

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

95
95

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

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

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

72
72

Amortization of Capital Assets (CP08)


Land, Buildings and Improvements......................................................................

........

........

........

........

........

........

2,567

10
11,006
3
135,697
146,716

2,567

Public Accounts, 2010-11


Machinery and Equipment....................................................................................
Office and Information Technology......................................................................
Subvote Total
Total
$
(1) Includes communication expense of $389 and travel expense of $4,284.

Corrections, Public Safety and Policing


........
........
........
135,413 $

........
........
........
........ $

........
........
........
191,174 $

59
........
........
........
47,527 $

73
2,395
5,035
5,035 $

........
........
........
11,655 $

........
........
........
(648) $

73
2,395
5,035
390,156

60

Corrections, Public Safety and Policing

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. ............................. $
ABEL, DAVID NEIL .......................................
ABII-NDOH, PAUL.........................................
AGARAND, ANDRE ......................................
AHENAKEW, EDGAR ...................................
AIMOE, LESLEY ...........................................
AIMOE, LINDA ..............................................
ALBECK, ADAM ............................................
ALDINGER, RAY ...........................................
ALDOUS, CHARLISE K. ...............................
ALLEN, RICHARD K. ....................................
ALLYN, DEBORAH K. ..................................
AMYOTTE, JUSTIN.......................................
ANAQUOD, PHILLIP M. ...............................
ANDERSON, MARGARET R. .......................
ANDERSON, MEGAN ...................................
ANDERSON, SHAUNA C. ............................
ANDERSON-CLOUATRE, CHERYL L. .........
ANDROSOFF, DARREN K. ..........................
ANGELSTAD, SUSAN...................................
ANTONIUK, CANDACE.................................
ANTOSH, JODY R. ......................................
ANTOSH, MAGGI..........................................
APRIL, NIL J. ................................................
AQUILON, LAWRENCE ................................
ARAMENKO, EDWARD K. ...........................
ARAMENKO, GORDON ................................
ARGUE, PAUL E. .........................................
ARMSTRONG, DOUGLAS JOHN .................
ARNOLD, RONLEY D. .................................
ARTHUR, ROBERT H. .................................
ASHLEY, GWEN ...........................................
ASHMAN, CHRISTOPHER ...........................
ATES, JOHNNY ............................................
ATKINSON, BRIANNE C. .............................
ATTIG, KATHRYN .........................................
AUBICHON, BERNADETTE ..........................
AUBICHON, ROBERT C. .............................
AUBICHON, YVETTE ....................................
AYOTTE, SHELLEY ......................................
BACKLUND, RANDY ....................................
BAILEY, KATHY ............................................
BAILEY, SUSAN............................................
BALAN, KAREN ............................................
BALKWILL, LOGAN DOUGLAS ....................
BALL, MARGARET .......................................
BALLENDINE, RANDY ..................................
BALON, CANDICE ........................................
BANGA, DENISE...........................................
BANKA, DOROTHY ......................................
BARBER, LAYNE E. .....................................
BARBOUR, CYNTHIA ...................................
BARKS, DONALD L. ....................................
BARKWAY, GARRY J. .................................
BARLOW, BRYAN A. ...................................
BARNES, KIMBERLEY J. .............................
BARTEL, DAWN............................................
BARTLEY, KRYSTAL ....................................
BASARABA, TRACEY ...................................
BAUM, MELINDA ..........................................
BAUTZ, CHAD ..............................................
BAYNE, S. MARK..........................................
BEAR, EARL J. ............................................
BEAR, SHAWNA LEIGH ...............................
BEATTIE, DAWN...........................................
BEATTY, JOHN E. .......................................

62,835
64,317
83,888
109,759
67,156
63,966
65,590
74,097
63,985
57,909
65,329
79,236
54,398
61,591
119,223
54,000
71,541
87,179
60,826
88,460
55,828
59,006
63,997
52,894
68,171
60,514
74,835
58,127
69,423
55,591
71,459
75,069
52,913
82,120
62,014
65,078
68,252
65,206
54,254
51,417
72,002
69,407
52,249
52,101
50,719
121,106
72,578
63,402
63,428
93,779
62,430
60,666
60,102
64,963
56,359
51,348
65,817
57,902
58,698
77,172
74,478
66,091
55,033
65,567
66,606
79,516

Public Accounts, 2010-11

BEAUCHESNE, BARRY ................................


BEAUCHESNE, CARMEN .............................
BEAUCHESNE, ROBERT..............................
BEAUDRY, JOEY ..........................................
BEAUDRY, JOHN ..........................................
BEAULIEU, RICHARD M. .............................
BEAULIEU, SEAN .........................................
BEAVER, ANDREW S. F. .............................
BECKMAN, RICHARD ...................................
BECOTTE, DIANNE P. .................................
BEDFORD, DEBORAH ..................................
BELANGER, FRANK .....................................
BELANGER, YVONNE ..................................
BELHUMEUR, CHRISTOPHER .....................
BELL, ANDREW DAVID ................................
BELL, BRANDY J. ........................................
BELL, KATHERINE ........................................
BELL, ROBERT .............................................
BELLAND, DENIS..........................................
BELLANGER, CARLA DEE ...........................
BENDALL, DWIGHT ......................................
BENDER, TODD ............................................
BENESH, ALBERT J. ....................................
BENNETT, BRANDI .......................................
BERENYI, COREY ........................................
BERETI, RICK D. J. ......................................
BEREZOWSKI, JANET ..................................
BERG, DARYL D. .........................................
BERG, NICOLE .............................................
BERGSTROM, BRENDA ...............................
BERGSTROM, CHRISTOPHER D. ...............
BERKACH, KEN D. .......................................
BETHUNE, GWENYTH..................................
BETKER, ANDREW .......................................
BIGELOW, KATHRYN ...................................
BILLAY, DENNIS ...........................................
BILLER, JESSE .............................................
BILSKY, NICOLE ...........................................
BIRD, RANDY ................................................
BIRD, SARALEE ............................................
BIRD, SHELLEY LYNNE................................
BIRNS, DARCY .............................................
BISCHOP, KAREN ........................................
BISHARA, VICTOR H. ..................................
BJOLA, CARRIE ............................................
BLAIN, PAUL P. ............................................
BLAIN, ROBERT L. .......................................
BLAIR, AARON ..............................................
BLAZEIKO, COLBY W. .................................
BLEAU, CARMEN D. ....................................
BLISS, STANLEY ..........................................
BLOCK, DIANN R. ........................................
BLONDEAU, ANGELA ...................................
BLUM, DAVID WILLIAM ................................
BOA, MAE .....................................................
BOBER, SAM ................................................
BOBST, RHONDA G. ....................................
BOECHLER, BRAD .......................................
BOECHLER, NOLA........................................
BOHUN, MICHELLE NICOLE ........................
BOLT, SYD B. ...............................................
BONCESCU, RON.........................................
BOND, JOSIE ................................................
BONIK, LISA M. ............................................
BONILLA, KRISTAL M. .................................
BONTHOUX, DOLORES ...............................
BOOTH, STEVEN ..........................................
BORSHEIM, BRIAN .......................................
BOSCH, CHRIS .............................................
BOSSAER, LORI ...........................................
BOSSENBERRY, JOSEPH............................
BOSTOCK, KELLY S. ...................................
BOUDREAULT, SUZAN M. ...........................
BOULDING, BONNIE B. ...............................
BOURNE, BRENT .........................................
BOYD, MELANIE ...........................................

60,970
58,570
63,935
68,367
75,660
67,219
64,692
56,348
59,706
65,013
55,857
66,281
79,442
54,263
63,605
51,744
56,653
62,082
59,126
71,153
101,720
66,678
57,994
66,622
67,769
103,055
66,451
57,738
51,998
50,776
77,480
90,313
57,069
57,258
61,252
77,674
56,393
63,693
61,502
54,495
50,815
68,337
57,879
64,110
54,046
103,055
53,956
58,670
59,070
62,896
60,299
57,758
78,879
63,401
147,797
61,876
98,702
68,679
60,827
73,908
111,239
71,045
64,443
69,206
69,896
59,057
81,355
58,998
62,362
56,152
60,484
50,175
57,015
65,145
59,057
54,083

Public Accounts, 2010-11


BOYER, GARY W. ........................................
BOYER, SHARI L. ........................................
BOYER, TRICIA ............................................
BRAATEN, LISA ............................................
BRADSHAW, JAMES MICHAEL....................
BRADSHAW, KYLE .......................................
BRAHNIUK, VANESSA .................................
BRAMWELL, GWEN .....................................
BRAUN, JAY W. ...........................................
BRAUN, KENNETH .......................................
BRAUN, PETER VERNON ............................
BRAVO, HECTOR E. ....................................
BRCIC, ANA M. ............................................
BRECHT, BRITTANY M. ..............................
BREIDENBACH, AXEL ULRICH ....................
BRETI, BRIAN J. ..........................................
BREWSTER, SHELLY ...................................
BRILZ, KELLY ...............................................
BRITZ, DUSTIN .............................................
BROCKETT, ROBIN ......................................
BRODA, JASON ............................................
BRODA, LISA J. ...........................................
BRODIN, LYNN ANN .....................................
BROOKER, EDWARD C. .............................
BROOKS, BRANDON....................................
BROOKS, BRENNAN ....................................
BROOMFIELD, JOANNE ...............................
BROSKIE, BRIAN T. .....................................
BROSSART, ERNEST...................................
BROWN, IRENE M. ......................................
BROWN, PAUL D. ........................................
BROWNBRIDGE, JERI-ANN .........................
BRYSHUN, CURTIS ......................................
BUCZULAK, TRACY .....................................
BUECKERT, KATHRYN L. ...........................
BUETTNER, JEFFREY..................................
BUGERA, CORY ...........................................
BUHLER, ASHTON D. ..................................
BULAS, JENNIFER .......................................
BURCH, FREDERICK W. .............................
BURKE, PEGGY............................................
BURKHOLDER, PAMELA .............................
BURNS, SARAH ............................................
BURTNEY, LINDSAY D. ...............................
BUSSER, LINDSEY.......................................
BUTLER-KILDAW, DAVID ANDREW ............
BUZINSKI, KAREN ........................................
BYRNE, BEVERLEY E. ................................
BZDEL, ALAN J. ...........................................
CAMERON, COLIN DONALD ........................
CAMERON, JANET .......................................
CAMERON, JENNA .......................................
CAMPBELL, BRIAN W. ................................
CAMPBELL, ROBERT ...................................
CANNON, ANGELA .......................................
CARBNO, CINDY ..........................................
CARDUNER, BRODY ....................................
CAREY, CALVIN ...........................................
CAREY, DEAN ..............................................
CAREY, DENISE MAUREEN ........................
CARLES, YVETTE ........................................
CARLEY, KEITH ............................................
CARLEY, KIMBERLY ....................................
CARLSON, RENNY V. ..................................
CARLSON, RYAN .........................................
CARRIER, IAN ..............................................
CARRIER, JOEL D. ......................................
CARRIER, MELISSA .....................................
CARRIERE, LEONARD .................................
CARRIERE, THERESA .................................
CARSON, DONALD D. .................................
CARTER KELLER, DEANA ...........................
CASAVANT, DEBBIE LYNN ..........................
CASSIDY, BLANCHE A. ...............................
CASTLE, TARA LYNN ...................................
CATLEY, TRENT M. .....................................

Corrections, Public Safety and Policing


60,924
63,762
57,934
60,340
72,621
70,864
57,756
56,449
52,018
61,058
97,296
63,729
60,596
62,121
64,376
73,740
50,494
67,566
56,056
57,512
65,546
67,665
64,084
87,556
54,437
56,662
50,010
61,258
61,082
53,403
85,618
59,102
55,457
54,999
61,732
81,765
59,655
51,288
51,474
113,291
61,323
80,600
111,278
57,549
71,287
72,272
64,927
75,520
60,119
64,977
61,563
57,730
64,963
61,799
75,925
58,340
67,544
59,052
91,035
71,461
75,655
73,630
59,173
67,345
77,748
57,065
56,886
70,614
56,664
59,467
81,281
92,562
64,645
64,998
62,264
80,913

CATO, PIERRE ..............................................


CHABOT, EVAN M. .......................................
CHALMERS, DALE ........................................
CHAMBERS, DOUGLAS CARL .....................
CHARLES, AMBROSE A. .............................
CHARTRAND, BERNICE ...............................
CHARTRAND, IVAN A. .................................
CHARTRAND, SHEILA ..................................
CHASE, HELENA ..........................................
CHILDERHOSE, LESLIE ...............................
CHISHOLM, RITA A. .....................................
CHITRENA, ANNE .........................................
CHOBOTUK, LANCI M. .................................
CHOVIN, TAMMY LEE...................................
CHRISTIANSON, DIANNE .............................
CHUNYS, REBECCA .....................................
CHURCH, JORDON.......................................
CLARK, SHEILA ............................................
CLARKE, BARBARA D. ................................
CLARKE, BRUCE ..........................................
CLARKE, LINDA L. .......................................
CLEMENTS, LINDA A. ..................................
CLEMENTS, TERESA ...................................
COATES, TARA .............................................
COCARELL, ROBERT ...................................
COCKBURN, LYNNE .....................................
COFFEY, RICHARD S. .................................
COGHLAN, SCOTT .......................................
COMBRES, NICOLE ......................................
CONNELL, CHERYL ......................................
COOK, AARON ..............................................
COOK, ALVIN G. ..........................................
COOK, LAURA Y. L. .....................................
COOK, PAUL .................................................
CORRIGAL, THOMAS JAY ............................
COSSETTE, BRADLEY D. ............................
COTE, DAVID ................................................
COTE, LAMBERT ..........................................
COTE, ROBERT ............................................
COULIC, KATRINA ........................................
COURNOYER, BILL.......................................
COUSINS, JARED .........................................
COUZENS, DENNIS ......................................
CRAWFORD, GRANT....................................
CRAWFORD, JOHN ......................................
CROCKER, COLIN ........................................
CROSSMAN, MARSHA .................................
CRUMLEY, MICHAEL ....................................
CUMMINE, SCOTT D. ..................................
CUMMINGS, ALLISON C. .............................
CUMMINGS, LAURA K. ................................
CUMMINGS, MICHAEL .................................
DAHLIN, CRAIG.............................................
DANSEREAU, RICHARD ...............................
DARROCH, ROBERT J. ................................
DASCHUK, DANIELLE ..................................
DAVIS, LEEANN ............................................
DAVIS, RICHARD G. ....................................
DAVIS, SUSAN ..............................................
DAVIS, TERRY A. .........................................
DAVIS, WARREN JUDSON ...........................
DAVISON, JO-ANNE .....................................
DE CIMAN, MUNA .........................................
DE JONG, BRYCE .........................................
DEAGNON, DOUGLAS T. .............................
DEIBERT, CHERYL .......................................
DEITNER, SHARON ......................................
DEKOVIC, ANDY A. ......................................
DELISLE, RICK ..............................................
DEMARS, DOUG ...........................................
DENNIS, BRYANT .........................................
DENTON, FRASER MURRAY .......................
DENYS, TERRY.............................................
DER, LILLY ....................................................
DESJARLAIS, ROD .......................................
DESORMEAU, DWIGHT ................................

61
64,513
64,984
93,905
60,650
90,439
61,140
62,143
62,753
56,667
70,512
103,055
64,963
56,589
52,051
71,525
66,526
57,689
53,014
82,260
58,626
67,536
103,055
70,875
56,209
56,308
64,963
63,375
56,361
54,018
61,017
67,468
70,312
103,231
66,326
76,881
57,447
72,035
50,162
61,146
55,771
83,914
61,173
79,594
65,172
83,120
65,823
65,659
64,677
56,880
60,370
87,160
86,647
61,216
68,974
61,415
52,094
83,992
104,391
60,081
69,917
119,370
53,976
61,452
91,069
61,848
80,749
71,459
65,908
61,196
61,811
101,898
61,692
69,208
72,364
57,916
61,898

62
DETERS, COLETTE .....................................
DEWHURST, MELANIE ................................
DEWHURST, VALERIE .................................
DINGLE, KATHLEEN C. ...............................
DISIEWICH, WALLY EUGENE ......................
DOBRANSKI, DENNIS C. .............................
DOBROWOLSKI, PAUL ................................
DODMAN, GUY E. .......................................
DOHM, LISA..................................................
DOHMS, JAMES DOUGLAS .........................
DONALD, AMANDA ......................................
DONALD, MAROSIA .....................................
DONELSON, VENTSON ...............................
DONISON, BONNIE ......................................
DORAN, DOUGLAS ......................................
DOYLE, SAMUEL THOMAS..........................
DREAVER, DARLENE ..................................
DROUILLARD, JULIAN T. ............................
DUCHEK, LAURA .........................................
DUECK, ROY ................................................
DUFFIELD, RENEE C. .................................
DUFFIELD, SHERI L. ...................................
DUFOUR, DYLAN T. ....................................
DUGGAN, SEAN M. .....................................
DUNCAN, DANIEL W. ..................................
DUPUIS, KERRI ............................................
DUSSEAULT, ROGER ..................................
DUTCHAK, DION ..........................................
DYCK, DARRELL LEONARD ........................
DYNNA, LONNIE...........................................
EBERLE, DENIS R. ......................................
ECKLUND, ADAM F. ....................................
EHALT, BRUCE PETER................................
EHMAN, PETER............................................
EIRICH, TRACEY ..........................................
ELBERG, DANIEL .........................................
ELDER, WESLEY..........................................
ELFENBAUM, MORRIS J. ............................
ELFORD, DESSA ..........................................
ELIAS, DIANE ...............................................
ELLIOTT, DEREK..........................................
ELLIOTT, JOANNE .......................................
ELMER, GARNET W. ...................................
EMERY, JOHN ..............................................
EMERY, TODD .............................................
EMSLIE, JEFF...............................................
ENGELKE, HAGEN .......................................
ENNS, GARY M. ..........................................
ERICKSON, BARRY .....................................
ERICKSON, BRIAN .......................................
ERICSON, MERLE ........................................
ERMEL, RILEY ..............................................
ERMINE, STACEY ........................................
ERNEST, CRISTIN........................................
ESKELSON, KALE R. ...................................
EVANS, JESSICA LEANN.............................
FAHLMAN, AJAY ..........................................
FALCON, WAYNE G. ...................................
FAUCHOUX, LISA.........................................
FAULDS-ROSVOLD, M. DIANNE..................
FAULK, STEVE .............................................
FEDAK, BRENNAN .......................................
FEDLER, LEON ............................................
FEDRAU, TREENA .......................................
FELSKE, AUDREY ANNE .............................
FENSOM, JUSTIN.........................................
FERGUSON, WENDY ...................................
FERNANDES-MOROZ, MELISSA .................
FERRIDGE, HELEN S. .................................
FESZCZYN, CATHERINE ANNE ..................
FIDDLER, DEBBIE HELEN ...........................
FIDLER, TANIS .............................................
FIEDELLECK, CAROL A. .............................
FIGUEROA, NALDA NICOLE ........................
FILYK, CHERYL M. ......................................
FINCH, COLLIN ............................................

Corrections, Public Safety and Policing


62,487
60,057
114,976
52,538
117,155
50,092
68,724
70,324
55,305
96,635
65,950
77,386
78,744
60,828
69,020
60,138
59,969
91,295
58,806
98,337
85,029
60,560
58,123
68,132
77,886
67,051
78,362
67,606
68,346
75,812
64,873
63,359
64,292
59,448
60,454
80,043
65,066
76,776
51,060
59,365
59,252
57,079
65,046
56,171
103,119
92,191
57,869
73,397
80,774
88,600
70,308
75,777
65,027
59,035
51,113
56,525
51,386
62,020
65,366
59,250
68,499
58,719
75,914
58,698
65,031
55,974
83,301
64,257
62,246
66,601
64,963
65,731
125,999
56,314
55,508
50,018

Public Accounts, 2010-11

FINGAS, LINDSAY M. A. ..............................


FISHER, RON S. ..........................................
FITZ-GERALD, JAMES ..................................
FLEMING, DANNY ........................................
FLICHEL, LANNY ..........................................
FOLDEN, LANA A. ........................................
FOLK, KEVIN.................................................
FOLWARK, TAMIE LYN ................................
FORSBERG, TIFFINEY .................................
FORSTER, DOUG .........................................
FORSYTH, KIMBERLY DAWN ......................
FORSYTH, NONA .........................................
FORSYTH, TAMMY .......................................
FORSYTHE, JOEL ........................................
FOSSENEUVE, PHILIP .................................
FOURNIER, GRACE......................................
FOX, SHAWN R. ...........................................
FRANCOEUR, NEIL G. .................................
FRANDSEN, CYREL B. ................................
FRANK, COURTNEY .....................................
FRANKFURT, TIFFANY M. ...........................
FRASER, KIMBERLY ....................................
FRASER, MICHAEL.......................................
FRASER, ROBIN C. ......................................
FRASER, SKYLAR K. ...................................
FREEMAN, SHANNON..................................
FREMONT, ROY C. ......................................
FRENCH, SHEILA .........................................
FRENETTE, SHANE H. ................................
FRIESEN, CAMERON ...................................
FRIESEN, LESLIE .........................................
FRIESEN, MARILYN E. ................................
FRIESEN, TRACEY .......................................
FRISKE, CARL ..............................................
FRITSHAW, JESSICA A. ..............................
FRITZ, TRISHA..............................................
FRIZZLE, MICHAEL.......................................
FROHAUG, CARLA D. ..................................
FRYKLUND, MARGARET LYNN ...................
FUCHS, ALEX ...............................................
FULCHER, THOMAS F. ................................
FULLAWKA, KERRY L. ................................
FUNK, DEL ....................................................
FURMAN, Z. JOYCE......................................
FURMIDGE, LUKE E. ...................................
FURRY, TIM ..................................................
GABOURY, JENNIFER..................................
GABRUCH, KAREN .......................................
GABRYSH, ALLYSON ...................................
GADZELLA, THERESA A. ............................
GAGNON, TONY ...........................................
GALL, WAYNE...............................................
GALLERNEAULT, BEAU ...............................
GALLIVAN, RAE ............................................
GAMOLA, RICK G. .......................................
GARDINER, TINA MARIE R. ........................
GARNER, DAWN...........................................
GATES, SANDY D. .......................................
GAUDET, MICHELLE ....................................
GEDDES, COREY J. ....................................
GEE, WESLEY D. .........................................
GEIGER, KODI ..............................................
GELDART, CATHERINE HELEN ...................
GELSINGER, CRAIG R. ...............................
GERARD, BLAINE .........................................
GERGER, BONNY .........................................
GERO WESLOWSKI, PAMELA .....................
GERRITY, RICHARD JAMES ........................
GERVAIS, GILBERT ......................................
GIBSON, JANET............................................
GIBSON, MATTHEW J. ................................
GIBSON, TANNER ........................................
GILES RUDE, RAEQUEL ..............................
GILMOUR, DOUGLAS W. .............................
GLARVIN, ADAM ...........................................
GLEN, DAWN ................................................

70,015
62,944
82,081
104,613
52,648
56,406
62,590
88,888
57,323
59,984
67,828
65,729
63,498
91,786
71,640
58,867
51,689
71,718
69,635
60,751
54,340
63,852
100,605
78,905
55,380
97,297
79,400
77,366
57,763
61,747
68,030
64,113
51,707
88,092
69,417
65,885
74,113
74,276
85,697
67,057
64,963
57,315
53,784
107,071
62,435
54,102
51,188
57,263
67,977
78,286
63,366
62,253
51,234
84,776
79,322
56,285
86,430
60,504
115,949
103,301
74,174
55,788
76,337
62,659
68,372
78,826
59,302
63,011
103,055
73,103
63,102
62,306
66,493
65,453
54,465
67,501

Public Accounts, 2010-11


GOERTZEN, CHARITIE ................................
GOERTZEN, CHARLOTTE C. ......................
GOERTZEN, SHERRY L. .............................
GOLDING, CHERYL......................................
GOOD, STONY .............................................
GOODINE, SHELLEY ....................................
GORDON, JESSICA A. ................................
GORDON, LESLIE ........................................
GORDON-TOUTSAINT, DAVID.....................
GORGCHUCK, JAMES .................................
GORIN, NATHAN ..........................................
GOSSNER, DELPHINE .................................
GRAAS, KURT ..............................................
GRABARCZYK, ANDREA .............................
GRACE, NOLAN R. ......................................
GRANT, LEISHA ...........................................
GRAUMANS, CINDY .....................................
GRAVES, CAROLINE....................................
GRAW, ALFRED O. ......................................
GRAW, GORDON .........................................
GRAY, DONALD J. .......................................
GRAY, SOPHIA .............................................
GREEN, GORDON J. ...................................
GREEN, KELLY .............................................
GROENEN, LUKE .........................................
GRUELL, BERNIE .........................................
GRUJIC, GORAN Z. .....................................
GUIHAN, NORMAN .......................................
GULKA, DWAYNE .........................................
GULKA, FARREN ..........................................
GULKA, TRACY ............................................
GUNNARSON, ADELINE ..............................
GUNVILLE, DAWN ........................................
GURNSEY-REGNIM, KIM .............................
HAACKE, CHAD R. ......................................
HADLAND, GENE M. ....................................
HAGEL, DANI L. ...........................................
HALCRO, MARK ...........................................
HALE, CARLA ...............................................
HALES, CHRIS ..............................................
HALLIWELL, LINDSAY ..................................
HALSALL, LISA .............................................
HALSTEAD, WARD THOMAS .......................
HALTER, LEANNE ........................................
HALVORSEN, JAYME ...................................
HAMILL, BERNADET A. ...............................
HAMILTON, ARCHIE D. ...............................
HAMILTON, BRENT ......................................
HAMILTON, KAREN ......................................
HANDLEY, TAMI ...........................................
HANSEN, BARRY ALLEN .............................
HANSEN, JENNA R. .....................................
HARDENNE, BARRY M. ..............................
HARDER, SHANNON ....................................
HARDY, THOMAS .........................................
HARRIS, KELLY A. .......................................
HARRIS, SABRINA M. ..................................
HARRIS-TOMLIN, VIOLET L. .......................
HARRISON, RAYMOND................................
HARROP, CHRISTINE ..................................
HARTWIG, LARRY ........................................
HARVEY, ROSE ............................................
HARVEY-FAVEL, REBECCA ........................
HAWKES, TERENCE P. ...............................
HAWKINS, WILLIAM N. ................................
HAWRESCHUK, DAVID C. ...........................
HAYDEN, CRAIG ..........................................
HAYES, FRANK E. .......................................
HAYNES, ANDY ............................................
HAZEN, BENJAMIN R. .................................
HEAD, NATASHA ..........................................
HEDSTROM, GAYLA M. ..............................
HEIDT, CARMEL ...........................................
HELLOFS, PERRY ........................................
HENDERSON, EARL.....................................
HENDERSON, HEATHER L. ........................

Corrections, Public Safety and Policing


52,201
57,243
51,610
59,057
50,626
59,071
52,321
55,970
64,963
62,235
56,580
88,532
87,488
69,608
60,538
65,307
54,344
93,339
65,724
83,588
92,107
53,135
68,418
54,502
59,828
61,146
55,262
56,783
67,990
70,097
96,096
73,738
54,333
124,437
58,220
62,843
85,322
54,244
59,816
67,305
65,458
52,575
82,258
64,963
52,841
54,525
55,088
63,343
98,475
89,331
61,151
64,242
59,216
60,627
98,122
71,597
55,259
65,143
56,982
54,290
94,658
68,587
60,156
103,055
113,749
58,694
56,890
61,613
60,949
57,937
76,146
58,237
64,968
74,361
67,813
68,330

HENDRIX, ALLAN..........................................
HENRY, JOHN D. .........................................
HENRY, KEVIN ..............................................
HERBERT, MELISSA A. M. ..........................
HERZOG, LORI A. ........................................
HESSE, SHAWN............................................
HICKS, RODNEY A. JR. ...............................
HIEBERT, HERB............................................
HILDEBRAND, GORDON ..............................
HILDEBRAND, ROBERT L. ..........................
HILDEBRAND, WAYNE R. ............................
HILL, EARL CARMAN ....................................
HILL, LISA M. ................................................
HILTON, ALAN...............................................
HLADIUK, DARRIN M. ..................................
HLEWKA, SHELLEY ......................................
HOBMAN, MEGHAN E. .................................
HOCKLEY, ROBERT JAMES.........................
HODGSON, KEVIN T. ...................................
HOEBER, RANDALL SCOTT .........................
HOEFT, RICHARD .........................................
HOEGI, MARK W. .........................................
HOENECKE, CATHERINE P. .......................
HOFF, SHELLEY ...........................................
HOFFMAN, DAWN.........................................
HOFFMANN, AARON ....................................
HOFFMANN, ERINN ......................................
HOFFMANN, KELLY S. .................................
HOLICK, GLEN P. .........................................
HOLICK, J. SHANNON ..................................
HOLLIDAY, ROBERT.....................................
HOLMES, TAMMY .........................................
HOMES, TAMMY ...........................................
HOPKINS, TRACY .........................................
HOPPE, CLINTON .........................................
HOPPER, JONATHAN ...................................
HOPPER, SHELLEY ANN..............................
HOPPS, JAYSON D. .....................................
HORDAL, JALYNN ........................................
HORN, DAVID AUSTIN..................................
HORSEFALL, MELVYN P. ............................
HOUDEK, SIMON ..........................................
HOUK, DIANE JANETT .................................
HOULE, SHARYN ..........................................
HOURIE, CONSTANCE .................................
HOWDEN, DON .............................................
HOWE, BERNARD WALTER .........................
HOWE, ERIN .................................................
HOWLAND, DONALD K. ...............................
HRENYK, JILL ...............................................
HRYNENKO, MICHAEL .................................
HRYTZAK, ERIN ............................................
HUBER, KEVIN ..............................................
HUDON, CHRISTIAN JOSEPH ......................
HUGHES, PATRICIA A. ................................
HUJDIC, KAREN............................................
HULET, JULIEN .............................................
HUMBLE, MURRAY .......................................
HURD, CHERYL ............................................
HURT, BRADLEY ..........................................
HUSTEJ, TERRI ............................................
HUTZUL, ALLAN............................................
HYDOMAKO, SHAUNA L...............................
IBANEZ, RALPH ............................................
IGBOKWE, JOHN M. O. ................................
IMPEY, BRAD ................................................
INGLIS-MCDONALD, SHAUNA .....................
IRONBOW, MELISSA ....................................
ISBISTER, SCOTT D. ...................................
IZSAK, S. WAYNE .........................................
JACKIW, JANELLE ........................................
JACKSON, JUDY ...........................................
JACOBS, PAMELA ........................................
JAMES, MARNIE ...........................................
JARVIS, GERALD J. .....................................
JASPAR, ANNETTE.......................................

63
60,858
51,912
55,806
58,203
88,662
56,550
61,221
65,451
80,784
79,043
54,282
100,785
52,403
227,134
69,596
72,355
53,675
75,510
99,273
79,117
92,590
54,170
67,605
75,935
64,912
71,751
55,411
58,881
87,829
70,367
78,140
58,426
63,654
72,003
70,716
71,517
107,638
59,723
64,460
103,055
66,663
70,299
80,002
70,599
112,855
66,047
77,198
56,971
95,469
58,292
72,956
56,636
97,801
89,454
67,903
59,962
116,082
81,684
64,999
62,953
69,065
66,383
50,798
72,554
79,580
79,526
89,431
56,928
55,741
67,631
80,741
92,082
62,944
61,807
65,800
102,989

64
JASPER, CRAIG ...........................................
JEAN, JOYCE ...............................................
JOHANNSON, LEONARD B. ........................
JOHNER-WOLLBAUM, JADE .......................
JOHNSON, BLAINE ......................................
JOHNSON, DEANNA ....................................
JOHNSON, DUANE ......................................
JOHNSON, JOAN .........................................
JOHNSON, ROBERT ....................................
JOHNSON, SHELLEY ...................................
JOHNSON-DACUNHA, LANA .......................
JOHNSTON, STEVEN E. ..............................
JOHNSTONE, BARBARA .............................
JOHNSTONE, PATTI ....................................
JONES, BRIAN L. A. ....................................
JONES, CAROL ............................................
JONES, CORY ..............................................
JONES, TRACY ............................................
JORDAN, BRIAN W. .....................................
JORDAN, RORY A. ......................................
JORGENSEN, DENNIS J. ............................
JOSEPHS, LEANNE M. ................................
JOUAN, ARNOLD C. ....................................
JUCHACZ, CLAUDE ANDREW .....................
JUTRAS, GAVIN ...........................................
KAGLEA, DARCY KIM ..................................
KALK, PHYLLIS ............................................
KAMMERMAYER, JAMES ............................
KANE, WILLIAM G. ......................................
KAROLY, GAIL..............................................
KARY, ROBERT R. ......................................
KASEL, CHRISTOPHER J. ..........................
KASICK, CHRIS ............................................
KATZELL, CHRIS ..........................................
KEARNS, BRENDA .......................................
KEELE, A. ROSS ..........................................
KEIGHLEY, RAYMOND E. ...........................
KEILLOR, CARMEN G. ................................
KELLER, DARYL ...........................................
KENNEDY, CARLA .......................................
KENNEDY, DANYTA .....................................
KENNEDY, WILLIAM T. ...............................
KENNEDY-PRUEHS, REBEKA .....................
KENNON, JILL ..............................................
KENNY, TANYA ............................................
KENT, STEPHEN J. .....................................
KERR, KEVIN................................................
KERR, WESLEY............................................
KERSLAKE, STEWART ................................
KIDD, JAMES A. ...........................................
KILDAW, TERRY VERNON...........................
KINDLEIN, SANDRA .....................................
KINDZERSKI, CLAYTON A. .........................
KING, COLIN.................................................
KING, DAVID ELLIS ......................................
KING, KIMBERLY..........................................
KINVIG, KEVIN .............................................
KIPPENHUCK, JOCELYN .............................
KIRK, BOYD ..................................................
KIRK, CAROL A. ..........................................
KIRKHAMMER, DARYL ................................
KIRKLAND, TAMMY ......................................
KIRTON, ROBERT CAREY ...........................
KISH, MEGAN RUTH ....................................
KIVIMAA, DEBORAH J. ................................
KJARSGAARD, LISA M. ...............................
KLASSEN, CARRIE A. .................................
KLASSEN, JARROD .....................................
KLECKNER, JAMES H. ................................
KLEINER, ROY R. ........................................
KLEINER, ROY RONALD..............................
KLEISINGER, LEN ........................................
KLEWCHUK, TYRONE .................................
KMIECH, STEPHEN J. .................................
KNEBUSH, CYNTHIA....................................
KNELSEN, KEVIN .........................................

Corrections, Public Safety and Policing


65,357
87,336
56,731
64,151
68,770
60,155
86,281
56,432
53,384
72,842
72,561
53,373
61,557
55,701
72,570
78,701
57,065
76,222
50,827
67,200
85,322
55,853
62,076
64,900
56,159
66,423
63,749
60,500
82,637
76,033
158,379
51,072
73,349
66,339
56,259
86,960
60,367
63,250
74,024
87,728
61,946
71,282
55,416
64,718
68,182
67,820
60,676
54,348
67,022
65,178
99,542
61,660
55,205
90,229
59,230
63,917
61,780
74,486
75,672
61,064
72,932
138,883
55,890
65,047
96,121
56,829
51,984
54,973
102,596
66,793
52,656
77,716
52,131
106,475
70,260
55,691

Public Accounts, 2010-11

KNOWLES, JASON .......................................


KNUDSEN, JAY A. ........................................
KOCH, HEATHER .........................................
KOCHANSKI, THOMAS D. ...........................
KOCHAR, DENNIS ........................................
KOLYBABA, BRICE .......................................
KONDRA, THOMAS P. .................................
KONECSNI, JAMES I. ..................................
KOROLUK, RANDY A. ..................................
KORYCKI, KEVIN ..........................................
KOSOWAN, LORI A. .....................................
KOWALSKI, REG ..........................................
KOZACHUK, MESHEL ..................................
KOZAKAVICH, CURTIS .................................
KRAUSHAAR, GARRY ..................................
KRECHOWIECKI, CHRIS ..............................
KROGAN-STEVELY, LANA ...........................
KULYK, JANET M. ........................................
KUMASSAH, GODKNOWS ...........................
KUPPENBENDER, SEAN ..............................
KURCIN, STEPHANIE ...................................
KURTZ, ROBERT ..........................................
KUTZ, CHRISTINE ........................................
KUXHAUS, ARDATH .....................................
KUZMA, JOHN...............................................
KUZYK, STEPHANIE .....................................
KWIATKOWSKI, PIOTR ................................
KYLE, JOEL CHRISTOPHER ........................
KYLUIK, NESTOR .........................................
KYLUIK, SHANA M. ......................................
L'HEUREUX, MARC ......................................
LABELLE, JENNY..........................................
LACEY, RONALD ..........................................
LACLAIRE, RICHARD ...................................
LACZKO, CANDACE .....................................
LAFRANCE, JOSEPH....................................
LAFRENIERE, JACQUELINE ........................
LAFRENIERE, KERRY M. ............................
LAGUE, ROBERT G. ....................................
LAIDLAW, TRACEY D. .................................
LAJEUNESSE, STACEY................................
LALIBERTE, JODY L. ...................................
LANDRY, TERRY L. .....................................
LANDRY, WES ..............................................
LANE, JOCELYN J. ......................................
LANG, DARLA ...............................................
LANG, SHARON ............................................
LANSDELL, RUSSELL ..................................
LAPIERRE, COLIN ........................................
LAPIERRE, RYAN .........................................
LAPRISE, DEENA N. ....................................
LARIVIERE, RITA ..........................................
LARIVIERE, SHAUNA L. ...............................
LARKIN, GEOFFREY ....................................
LAROCQUE, CLAYTON ................................
LAROQUE, DANIELLE ..................................
LARSON, CURTIS R. ...................................
LARSON, JEAN M. .......................................
LARSON, REGINALD B. ...............................
LATURNAS, ARON JAMES ...........................
LAUGHREN, TOM .........................................
LAUTSCH, KAREN ........................................
LAUZIERE, LOUIS J. ....................................
LAVALLEE, PEGGY-LEE...............................
LAVALLEY, JENNIFER M. ............................
LAVERGNE, MARC .......................................
LAVIOLETTE, CAROLINE E. ........................
LAWLOR, MARNE .........................................
LAWSON, GERALD R. .................................
LEASK, LAURA .............................................
LEASK-PRITCHARD, IRENE .........................
LEASON, MELISSA .......................................
LEBLANC, ALBERT J. ..................................
LEDUC, COLLEEN ........................................
LEE, PRUDENCE ..........................................
LEGGETT, TREVOR .....................................

62,710
64,879
63,400
70,027
108,480
71,148
84,868
85,295
76,355
72,350
65,015
104,263
52,001
52,789
64,900
66,891
140,171
83,927
68,038
62,359
54,028
74,928
87,457
55,347
61,663
52,206
66,426
59,343
50,123
68,291
92,046
56,031
96,003
95,314
57,860
64,386
65,310
65,624
78,346
61,747
63,832
70,629
59,562
67,638
52,739
56,677
71,479
61,588
64,768
58,895
52,210
64,905
58,715
56,857
57,557
76,426
63,236
65,232
59,912
68,395
63,375
117,408
68,150
88,942
54,024
57,984
67,539
54,690
74,392
52,330
58,645
50,933
67,964
59,244
62,022
65,242

Public Accounts, 2010-11


LEHKY, CONNIE ...........................................
LEIER, DEBBIE .............................................
LEMAY, CHRISTOPHER D. .........................
LEMAY, J. L. DANIEL ....................................
LEN-MCCLELLAND, JAMIE ..........................
LENNOX, DON ..............................................
LERAT, MAUREEN .......................................
LESLIE, DAVID .............................................
LESLIE, GARY ..............................................
LESNIEWSKI, KRIS ......................................
LESSMEISTER, DOUGLAS ..........................
LETENDRE, ALITA........................................
LETENDRE, JOYCE ......................................
LEWICKI, MATTHEW ....................................
LEYBOURNE, CAROL ..................................
LINDSAY, THERESA.....................................
LINFITT, COREY ...........................................
LINGEL, MANDY S. ......................................
LINTICK, LORI ..............................................
LINTOTT, ROB ..............................................
LITTLE, GLEN W. .........................................
LLOYD, GREGORY .......................................
LLOYD, JAMES .............................................
LOCKSTEAD, GAIL .......................................
LOCKYER, TONY..........................................
LOEFFEN, ALBERT ......................................
LOGAN, JAKE ...............................................
LOTH, CALVIN GEORGE ..............................
LOVERICK, SYLVIA ......................................
LUCAS, MICHAEL .........................................
LUKAWIECKI, CHRISTOPHER .....................
LUPANKO, GORD .........................................
LUPICHUK, JENNIFER .................................
LUSKEY, CHARLENE ...................................
LUSNEY, BERNADETTE ..............................
LUSNEY, BRENT RUSSELL .........................
LUTES, IVAN H. ...........................................
LUTZ, BLAINE D. .........................................
LYNCH, DENISE MARIE ...............................
LYONS, CHRISTOPHER K. .........................
MACDONALD, TERRY R. ............................
MACDUFF, KAREN .......................................
MACHININE, BEVERLY ................................
MACHISKINIC, JOANNE ...............................
MACINNIS, MARK .........................................
MACKENZIE, RICHARD DUANE ..................
MACKINNON, COLLEEN ..............................
MACKRELL, KEITH .......................................
MACLEAN, MEGAN ......................................
MACLEOD, COLLEEN E. .............................
MACLEOD, TODD .........................................
MACORETTA, CHRISTOPHER J. ................
MACORETTA, VIRGINIA ...............................
MAGNUSSON, BRADLEY E. .......................
MAIER, BRYAN .............................................
MAIER, DONNA F. .......................................
MAIER, KEVIN RONALD ...............................
MAIER, PATRICIA L. ....................................
MALMGREN, LUKE .......................................
MANHAS, DEBBIE ........................................
MANNING, ALVIN MAJESTIC .......................
MANNING, JEMAHL......................................
MANZ, ROBYN..............................................
MAR, STARLET G. .......................................
MARCHUK, GORDON M. .............................
MARCIA, ROBERT ........................................
MARDELL, BUFFY ........................................
MARINOS, ALYSSA ......................................
MARINOS, LEONARD MARK........................
MARION, MARGARET JANE ........................
MARKELL, CRYSTAL....................................
MARKELL, MICHAEL ....................................
MARKELL, MURRAY D. ...............................
MARKLING, JUSTIN .....................................
MARKWART, SHARON.................................
MARRACK, NANCY E. .................................

Corrections, Public Safety and Policing


95,699
65,785
91,785
133,107
71,333
59,049
78,916
74,024
74,181
53,207
54,638
53,257
70,609
65,457
61,652
59,123
59,483
53,805
68,356
63,551
71,312
69,932
78,400
76,232
78,379
65,140
62,903
65,304
67,370
55,583
62,873
62,778
60,450
67,855
68,161
84,499
69,478
67,787
51,918
103,369
99,049
89,384
60,236
71,475
59,400
65,059
59,443
63,690
56,220
55,460
61,621
70,230
92,678
97,691
77,716
89,976
77,455
52,516
55,050
68,032
114,856
54,879
69,455
68,026
62,076
53,541
68,306
53,926
93,500
71,094
64,988
56,729
81,430
54,046
71,819
63,079

MARSHALL, PATRICIA A. ............................


MARTIN, MICHAEL DONN ............................
MARTIN-TOURNEY, CHERYL.......................
MARTINEZ, LUIS H. .....................................
MARTINSON-POWELL, RENNAE .................
MARTSINKIW, LORNA ANNE .......................
MARUD, CARMEN G. ...................................
MARYNICK, MARVIN M. ...............................
MASLEY, DAWNA .........................................
MASNIUK, KATHERINE.................................
MASON, MORGAN E. ...................................
MASON, PAUL...............................................
MASUSKAPOE, RICK....................................
MATECHUK, FRANCIS .................................
MATECHUK, MICHELE .................................
MATERI, KIMBERLEY ...................................
MATHER, JEREMY E. ..................................
MATHERS, DEBBIE.......................................
MATHESON, DENNIS K. ..............................
MATHIASON, ELAINE ...................................
MATHIES, NATHAN.......................................
MATICE, ELEANOR.......................................
MATICE, ROSA .............................................
MATICE, TIM J. .............................................
MATRAVOLGYI, GREG .................................
MAXWELL, D. KIRK .......................................
MAYOROS, BARRY ALLEN ..........................
MAZENC, PAULETTE....................................
MCAVENA, NOEL J. .....................................
MCAVOY, MICHELLE ....................................
MCBEATH, ROBERT .....................................
MCBRIDE, JANE TERESE ............................
MCCAFFERTY, COREY ................................
MCCALLUM, PETER FRANK ........................
MCCALLUM, TARA........................................
MCCARTHY, JEFF S. ...................................
MCCOLM, DEBBIE ........................................
MCCRIMMON, DAVID ...................................
MCCUTCHEON, ELAINE ...............................
MCDOUGALL, CAMERON C. .......................
MCDOUGALL, CHERIE .................................
MCDOUGALL, KATHI ....................................
MCDOWELL, JOCK E. ..................................
MCEOWN, KEVIN..........................................
MCFADYEN, MARK .......................................
MCFARLANE, THOMAS WESLEY ................
MCGARRY, ANGELA ....................................
MCGONIGAL, WILLIAM T. ............................
MCGREGOR, MEREDITH .............................
MCINTOSH, STEPHANIE ..............................
MCKAY, CRYSTAL ........................................
MCKAY, DUANE H. ......................................
MCKAY, GERALDINE ....................................
MCKAY, HILTON ...........................................
MCKENNA, MICHELE ...................................
MCKENZIE, ROBERT L. ...............................
MCLEAN, MICHAEL ......................................
MCLEAN, MICHAEL A. .................................
MCLEAN, NICOLE DAWN .............................
MCLEOD, TERRANCE G. .............................
MCMASTER, DAVID ......................................
MCMILLAN, SCOTT R. A. .............................
MCNAB, TIM ..................................................
MCNEILL, SCOTT .........................................
MCOUAT, MARK W. .....................................
MCQUEEN, ANNE C. ...................................
MCQUOID, NATHAN .....................................
MCRAE, SHANON .........................................
MCSTAY, ALEXANDER .................................
MCSTAY, CREAG S. ....................................
MEABRY, V. KEITH .......................................
MEASNER, DWIGHT WILLIAM......................
MEIER, GLENN L. ........................................
MELLON, KARIN ...........................................
MENZEL, KEN ...............................................
MERCADO, REUBEN ....................................

65
76,096
56,329
62,775
55,782
67,628
63,997
51,209
61,775
62,215
82,701
57,753
54,562
67,740
70,313
61,848
64,718
55,525
60,226
59,147
59,978
59,195
51,577
50,692
65,996
86,817
65,546
68,174
94,547
75,296
62,586
84,436
61,547
56,164
75,206
54,209
93,956
70,892
59,437
60,892
51,105
65,103
71,638
76,531
85,371
102,623
55,130
73,530
61,214
58,902
77,449
51,967
113,291
63,470
61,619
66,616
56,985
67,501
76,230
74,337
71,459
65,058
50,838
60,256
67,948
67,545
50,211
63,404
78,644
75,908
65,578
58,983
59,949
59,747
59,692
56,276
71,335

66
MERCIER-CORBEIL, BRIGITTE ...................
MERKEL, KAREN .........................................
MERKOSKY, JESSE .....................................
MERRIMAN, JEANETTE M. .........................
MIAZYK, MAURICE J. ..................................
MICHELL, GLENN.........................................
MIDDELKAMP, MICHEAL R. ........................
MIELKE, GENE .............................................
MIERKE, WARREN D. .................................
MIKE, LORI ...................................................
MILES, DARYL CECIL ..................................
MILLER, BRIAN R. .......................................
MILLER, CHRISTOPHER..............................
MILLER, PAUL ..............................................
MILLIGAN, JAMIE .........................................
MILLS, DWAYNE F. .....................................
MILLS, JOSEPH ............................................
MILNE, JENNA LOUISE ................................
MINKEN, STACEY ........................................
MINTER, RONALD ........................................
MOFFAT, JARED ..........................................
MOFFAT, TYLER ..........................................
MOK, KENNETH ...........................................
MOKELKI, LOIS J. ........................................
MOLITWENIK, PATRICIA .............................
MOLNAR, LUANNE.......................................
MONTEITH, RONNY .....................................
MONTGRAND, LILLIAN P. ...........................
MONTOUR, JEFFREY MAXIME ...................
MONTOUR, MICHEAL K. .............................
MOORE, DEBBY ...........................................
MOORE, SCOTT S. L. ..................................
MORIN, DON R. ...........................................
MORIN, GARY ..............................................
MORIN, TREVOR..........................................
MORLOCK, CRAIG W. .................................
MORRIS, RANDY S. ....................................
MORRISON, JAN MICHAEL .........................
MOUNTSTEPHEN, LEAH .............................
MOUNTSTEPHEN, TROY .............................
MULLIGAN, JIM PATRICK ............................
MUND, TWILA D. .........................................
MUNDELL, DALE GORDON .........................
MUNRO, GLEN T. ........................................
MUNRO, MAURICE ......................................
MURA, CAROLYN.........................................
MURA, ROBERT ...........................................
MURPHY, ROXANNE ...................................
MURRAY, JAY D. .........................................
NACHBAUR, KIM D. .....................................
NAIGLE, KIM .................................................
NAMETH, KRYSTAL .....................................
NASH, TRENT ..............................................
NAYLEN, KIMBERLEY ..................................
NEALD, SHELDON .......................................
NEAULT, LYNNE E. .....................................
NEEDHAM, DAVID P. ..................................
NEEFS, JOAN M ...........................................
NEIGEL, JUSTIN ...........................................
NEILSEN, CINDY ..........................................
NEILSEN, JOHN WALTER ............................
NEILSON, ARLENE ......................................
NEISZNER, TROY ........................................
NELSON, GARTH L. ....................................
NELSON, RILEY W. .....................................
NEUDORF, KENDA ......................................
NEUDORF, SANDRA ....................................
NEUFELD, KERINDA L. ...............................
NEUMAN, RONALD H. M. ............................
NEUSTAETER, ROD.....................................
NEVILLE, NEAL ............................................
NGUYEN, NGHIA T. .....................................
NGUYEN, VU ................................................
NICHOLLS NELSON, PAMELA A. ...............
NICKEL, ARLEN............................................
NICOLAY, ROB .............................................

Corrections, Public Safety and Policing


67,611
75,190
55,108
90,577
119,246
57,051
57,720
63,822
64,902
60,327
65,977
72,022
64,878
54,884
98,544
93,779
65,144
51,806
50,257
59,378
54,858
60,041
84,683
78,840
65,112
53,380
71,545
61,128
75,654
53,171
69,352
50,638
77,702
93,779
52,068
65,116
50,190
51,863
60,304
87,483
64,489
87,374
65,479
106,579
101,560
78,662
96,438
56,373
56,216
54,412
54,976
78,966
56,723
69,156
59,796
64,963
71,731
52,748
54,285
64,998
52,608
82,741
79,637
67,756
65,152
72,974
76,157
63,874
86,326
61,491
87,326
52,531
76,676
74,671
66,560
109,712

Public Accounts, 2010-11

NIELSEN, BRUCE W. ...................................


NIEZNALSKI, RADOSLAW DOMINIC............
NIGHTTRAVELLER, VIOLET ........................
NIKLAS, PATRICIA ........................................
NIPPI, FARON ...............................................
NJAA, JAMIE .................................................
NKWAZI, BERYL ...........................................
NOBLE, ALISON............................................
NOBLE, WENDY D. ......................................
NOLAN, MARLENE .......................................
NOLIN, CHRIS ...............................................
NOLTCHO-CLARKE, EUNICE GAIL ..............
NORMAN, AMY JO........................................
NORMAN, JEFFERY J. ................................
NORTON, HERB L. .......................................
NOWOSELSKY, CRYSTAL ...........................
NUGENT, CAL M. .........................................
O'DONNELL, MICHAEL D. ...........................
OGDEN, BARRY ...........................................
OGLE, STEVEN R. .......................................
OLAN, JESSICA ............................................
OLBRICH, DARRELL HEINZ .........................
OLEKSYN, CAROLINE ..................................
OLIVER, JOE .................................................
OLSON, LESLEY J. ......................................
OLSON, SHERYL ..........................................
OLSON, TROY DOUGLAS ............................
OLTEAN, MICHAEL .......................................
OMENE, MARIA ............................................
ONSLOW, CARLA .........................................
ORTHNER, JUDITH A. .................................
ORYSCHAK, JUNE........................................
OSICKI, THEODORE.....................................
OSTEPCHUK, STACEY M. ...........................
OSTOFOROFF, ANDREW ............................
OTT, MAURICE .............................................
OUELLETTE, TERRY VICTOR ......................
OWEN, BETTY MAE......................................
OWENS, HUGH .............................................
OZMUN, FAYE L. .........................................
PAETSCH, MICHELLE ..................................
PAINCHAUD, SHAE C. .................................
PAISLEY, KIM J. ...........................................
PALASCHUK, JEFFREY................................
PALMER, DEBBIE .........................................
PALMER, JEFF..............................................
PALMER, SHAUNA M. .................................
PANCHUK, BARRY M. .................................
PANG, PAUL ON-HONG ...............................
PANTELUK, ROBERT ...................................
PARADOWSKI, JONATHAN..........................
PARENTEAU, ADAM J. ................................
PARENTEAU, CECILE ..................................
PARENTEAU, ERIK R. .................................
PARENTEAU, JANE ......................................
PARK, NEIL ...................................................
PARK, RAYMOND .........................................
PARK-ULRIKSEN, ELAINE............................
PARKER, JARRETT ......................................
PATON, JESSIE ............................................
PATRICK, LORI .............................................
PAUL, LINDA .................................................
PAWLIW, DERRICK ......................................
PEACH, RICHARD ........................................
PEARL, AMANDA ..........................................
PEBERDY, SEAN ..........................................
PECHO, WENDY ...........................................
PEDERSEN, LEE ..........................................
PEDERSON, CHRIS ......................................
PEET, CHRISTINE ........................................
PELLETIER, CLAUDE ...................................
PENNER, LEE E. ..........................................
PENNY, CHADWIN G. ..................................
PENTZ, BRADLEY ........................................
PEPPER, DEBORAH .....................................
PERILLAT, BLANCHE ...................................

75,623
51,421
54,132
56,689
57,902
55,897
109,864
79,803
79,801
64,963
61,467
85,279
55,812
64,306
58,040
57,913
62,453
68,966
60,191
71,145
50,442
100,146
60,798
78,196
66,589
51,657
51,101
87,726
80,779
66,895
139,842
57,502
54,685
59,399
55,894
60,774
66,030
75,865
64,423
65,108
85,374
61,950
86,969
75,460
98,830
65,181
64,973
67,783
67,722
55,459
81,722
51,223
65,072
59,765
75,535
59,851
79,849
70,082
91,077
61,252
82,953
62,455
50,877
103,055
52,295
58,613
71,708
60,211
65,376
65,240
64,327
54,709
67,713
65,015
56,875
67,579

Public Accounts, 2010-11


PERLITZ, DARCY D. ....................................
PERLITZ, JUDY.............................................
PERRON, DONALD J. H. .............................
PERRY, TRENT C. .......................................
PETER, GREGORY M. .................................
PETERS, EILEEN..........................................
PETERS, LEANNE ........................................
PETERS, LINDA ............................................
PETERS, WESLEY P. ..................................
PETERSON, CRAIG......................................
PETERSON, JENNIFER................................
PETERSON, RICK J. ....................................
PETIT, MERVIN KENNETH ...........................
PETIT, TYLER M. .........................................
PETRYSHEN, ERIN ......................................
PHILIBERT, PETER PAUL ............................
PICKARD, GERRI .........................................
PICKFORD, BENJAMIN A. ...........................
PICOT, KIM DEE ...........................................
PILON, BERNIE E. .......................................
PINAY, GERRY .............................................
PIPPUS, KURT S. ........................................
PIVOVAR, TANYA DAWN .............................
POCHA, DARREN D. ...................................
POCHA, TIMOTHY ALLAN ............................
POITRAS, LEO A. ........................................
POLISCHUK, DOREEN A. ............................
POLLOCK, ALLAN N. ...................................
PONCELET, BRENT .....................................
PONCELET, LOLA GAIL ...............................
POPESCUE, KURT .......................................
POPOVICI, CHRISTINA C. ...........................
POPPEN-MOISUK, ANDREA ........................
POWELL, CARLA ..........................................
POYSER, DUSTY..........................................
PRATT, KEITH ..............................................
PRESTON, KARLA........................................
PRETTYSHIELD, COLLEEN E. ....................
PRICE, ANGELA ...........................................
PRICE, DOUG ...............................................
PRICE, PAUL ................................................
PRIMEAU, JASON ........................................
PRITCHARD, MERVIN ..................................
PRITCHARD, RANDY ...................................
PRODAEHL, MARION ...................................
PROSKO, DEAN ...........................................
PROVIS, WILLIAM ........................................
PRUDEN, LORI .............................................
PRUEHS, JASON ..........................................
PRYCE, CYRIL T. .........................................
PRYZNYK, TAMMY ELEANOR .....................
PUDLO, RODNEY C. ....................................
PUFF, SHELLY .............................................
PUNTER, GORDON D. ................................
PURDY, JESSICA LYNN ...............................
PUTZ, DARLENE ..........................................
PYLE, MICHAEL A. ......................................
PYLYPOW, HARRY JAMES ..........................
PYNE, MICHELLE .........................................
QUAAL, ANNA ..............................................
QUAAL, DARREN .........................................
QUIJADA-SAWITSKY, VICTOR ....................
RABUT, DARCY H. ......................................
RABYJ, RONALD ROBERT...........................
RACINE, SYLVAIN ........................................
RAKOCHY, JUDY A. ....................................
RAMSDELL, JAIME .......................................
RANS, VICTORIA LEIGH ..............................
RATT, LEANNE .............................................
RAUERT, DAVID ...........................................
RAYBURN, GINA ..........................................
REBEYKA, MIKE ...........................................
RECTOR, BRIAN LOUIS ...............................
REDEKOPP, MAUREEN ...............................
REDWOOD, LAWRENCE DAVID ..................
REECE, ADAM V. .........................................

Corrections, Public Safety and Policing


60,057
53,007
72,755
53,573
79,928
53,041
51,411
51,771
64,533
56,479
63,932
59,638
69,411
50,157
54,460
75,515
58,611
77,929
50,853
62,293
71,174
65,201
57,632
56,825
68,258
62,600
50,605
68,916
54,215
64,027
54,625
52,837
54,084
68,844
59,800
93,779
59,237
62,957
56,401
101,703
65,603
61,207
62,633
99,968
56,685
63,228
63,334
54,125
71,767
119,646
57,247
79,354
60,698
57,622
63,666
81,147
65,657
63,893
55,555
65,469
54,621
54,097
53,489
126,329
56,888
54,877
64,043
53,857
60,865
97,561
61,999
68,029
128,918
55,178
104,812
61,033

REES, BARRY ...............................................


REEVES, GREGORY LORNE .......................
REEVES, SCOTT ..........................................
REGEL, DONALD F. .....................................
REGIER, RHONDA ........................................
REGNIER, MICHAEL .....................................
REICHENBERG, LORRAINE .........................
REID, ARLENE GAYLE .................................
REID, CALVIN E. ..........................................
REILLY, KENNETH C. ..................................
REITMEIER, JOANNE R. ..............................
RELITZ, KIMBERLY .......................................
RENAULD, EDWARD G. ...............................
RESCHNY-BRETZER, TRACY ......................
REYNOLDS, BRENDA...................................
RICE, VAUGHN .............................................
RICHE, DERRY .............................................
RIDGE, KATIE J. S. ......................................
RIEGER, DEREK ...........................................
RIEMER, GISELHER .....................................
RIENDEAU, MARC ........................................
RING, NADINE...............................................
RIORDON-MATKOWSKI, HOLLY ..................
RITCHIE, DAVID B. .......................................
ROBERTS, JOSEPH G. R. ...........................
ROBERTSON, REID C. .................................
ROBERTSON, ROBERT E. ..........................
ROCHE, KEVIN .............................................
ROCHELEAU, W. BARKLEY .........................
ROCK, JEFFREY E. ......................................
RODGERS, STEVEN HOWARD ....................
ROE, MURRAY ..............................................
ROGAL, PATRICK .........................................
ROGALA, TRACY ..........................................
ROGINA, LLOYD ...........................................
ROGOZINSKI, MICHELLE .............................
ROMMELAERE, GAIL M. ..............................
ROSE, BARBARA J. .....................................
ROSETTE, VERNA ........................................
ROSIN, JANEAN............................................
ROSLINSKI, STEVE M. .................................
ROSS, CHELSY.............................................
ROSS, GLORIA J. .........................................
ROSS, KEVIN A. ...........................................
ROSS, LORIE ................................................
ROSS, MELISSA ...........................................
ROSS, RONALD MICHAEL ...........................
ROSTESKI, TAMMY ......................................
ROTHENBURGER, DALE L. .........................
ROUATT, EDWARD.......................................
ROUATT, MARIA ...........................................
ROUSSEAU, DAWN M. ................................
ROY, RONALD V. .........................................
RUDDERHAM, KIRBY R. ..............................
RUECKER, RONALD SCOTT ........................
RUF, DOREEN ..............................................
RUMANCIK, JASON ......................................
RUMBALL, KIMBERLI....................................
RUMBAUGH, ANDREW.................................
RUNQUIST, JASON.......................................
RUSNAK, CHRISTINE ...................................
RUSSILL, JASON ..........................................
RUST, KAREN ...............................................
RUYS, PAUL R. ............................................
RYALLS, KENNETH ......................................
RYAN, HELEN A. ..........................................
RYBA, RANDALL ...........................................
RYBINSKI, MICHAEL F. J. ............................
SAAVEDRA, HERMES ..................................
SABISTON, BENTE B. ..................................
SAGEL, PAUL ................................................
SALI, JOANNE ...............................................
SAMSON, RONALD C. .................................
SANBORN, BENJAMIN .................................
SANDER, PATRICK J. ..................................
SANDERS, MURRAY W. ..............................

67
88,383
76,731
54,987
66,932
65,040
103,195
68,019
55,891
62,060
56,729
73,210
60,955
62,988
79,479
54,522
51,003
109,730
63,681
75,123
59,778
71,459
58,870
61,213
81,119
74,181
56,528
58,835
119,981
70,316
70,089
85,034
53,455
66,875
63,181
52,386
71,814
52,739
58,971
56,830
68,753
73,245
75,828
64,834
51,226
88,969
59,585
70,812
67,534
81,424
62,662
69,925
68,709
58,382
65,741
87,997
55,693
74,829
58,551
58,911
60,682
65,056
66,923
76,603
73,719
80,879
61,927
80,047
71,410
52,250
82,453
81,105
51,732
74,298
52,286
70,506
89,658

68
SANDERSON, MICHAEL S. .........................
SANJENKO, PAULA .....................................
SANKEY, LORNE..........................................
SANTBERGEN, MIRANDA............................
SARCHUK, CYRIL K. ...................................
SASTAUNIK, KIM ..........................................
SAULNIER, GILES ........................................
SAVAGE, STEVEN R. ..................................
SAWA, NANCY H. ........................................
SAWATSKY, MURRAY .................................
SAWATZKY, KEVIN ......................................
SAWCHUK, ANGELA M. ..............................
SAWCHUK, KAREN ......................................
SCARROW, MARLIES ..................................
SCHAAB, ANNA M. ......................................
SCHAEFFER, JEFFREY ...............................
SCHERR, CARLA D. ....................................
SCHIELE, LAVERA .......................................
SCHINDEL, JANET .......................................
SCHLOEGEL, LISA .......................................
SCHMALZ, DEAN .........................................
SCHMIDT, COLIN .........................................
SCHMIDT, DARRELL C. ..............................
SCHMIDT, MAUREEN ..................................
SCHMIDT, PAMELA N. ................................
SCHMIDT, WADE .........................................
SCHMUNK, BEVERLEY................................
SCHNELL, DORIS U. ...................................
SCHNOB, MONICA .......................................
SCHRADER, BARRY JAMES .......................
SCHRADER, BRODEY .................................
SCHRADER, TERRY ....................................
SCHREUER, ELAINE ....................................
SCHURR, KELVIN D. ...................................
SCHURY, ROXANE ......................................
SCHWAN, DEAN...........................................
SCHWARTZ, BRAD ......................................
SCHWARTZ, MICHELLE ..............................
SCHWITZER, TERRY ...................................
SCIBAN, GARRY M. .....................................
SCOTT, PHILIP D. .......................................
SCOTTON, EDWARD ...................................
SCRIVER, HEATHER....................................
SCRIVER, JASON.........................................
SEDLOVITCH, CONSTANCE .......................
SEEBACK, DARIN L. ....................................
SEIFERLING, LETA ......................................
SEIME, JEFFREY LYNDON ..........................
SEIVEWRIGHT, DAREN ...............................
SEMKO, LEN ................................................
SENDECKI, LOUISE A. ................................
SERVICE, BRYNN K. ...................................
SETO, ALVIN L. ...........................................
SHAHI, JARNAIL S. .....................................
SHATILLA, MIKE ...........................................
SHAW, JAMIE ...............................................
SHAW, LINDA L. ..........................................
SHEA, ALVIN ................................................
SHELDON, NORMA IRENE ..........................
SHEPPARD, GAIL J. ....................................
SHERSTOBETOV, GEORGE........................
SHEWCHUK, GRANT ...................................
SHIER, JOANNE C. .....................................
SHORE, AMANDA ........................................
SHUTKO, LEONARD J. ................................
SIGFUSSON, CHRIS ....................................
SILDE, MARV R. ..........................................
SILVER, NIKKI ..............................................
SILZER, KENNETH JACK .............................
SIMON, TERRI ..............................................
SIMPSON, RANDALL DAVID ........................
SINCLAIR, DAWN D. ....................................
SINCLAIR, TREVOR W. ...............................
SINDELAR, KATKA .......................................
SISOUPHONE, PIN.......................................
SKAALRUD, MARLENE ................................

Corrections, Public Safety and Policing


75,461
56,960
55,434
65,078
65,032
69,871
90,493
50,519
70,356
136,955
59,991
64,524
64,355
78,347
58,733
63,010
54,052
55,853
52,922
55,518
57,778
54,851
72,994
79,491
52,853
58,914
64,054
81,388
71,459
112,659
54,414
53,063
66,795
67,117
89,441
51,829
69,019
59,189
65,308
79,560
64,963
65,733
134,926
75,242
50,224
60,065
66,131
71,557
66,770
69,020
68,444
61,027
77,316
62,767
99,444
64,720
71,396
67,164
101,383
103,055
60,287
65,747
69,275
61,748
65,072
56,736
65,314
69,430
83,365
56,426
60,977
58,066
55,613
63,833
61,017
54,097

Public Accounts, 2010-11

SKORETZ, HEATHER ...................................


SKRUDLAND, DEREK...................................
SKRUDLAND, TRENT ...................................
SLIVA, DENISE .............................................
SLOAN, REGAN CARA JEAN .......................
SLONSKI, BRANDI ........................................
SLONSKI, WHITNEY .....................................
SLY, MICHAEL ..............................................
SLYWKA, JODI ..............................................
SMANDYCH, ANDREA ..................................
SMIDT, TRINA ...............................................
SMITH, DARREN VERN ................................
SMITH, DENNIS ............................................
SMITH, HARRY V. ........................................
SMITH, JAMIE K. ..........................................
SMITH, LORETTA .........................................
SMITH, TODD G. ..........................................
SNELL, KENNETH ........................................
SOJWAL, SANJAY ........................................
SOLSTEN, KRISTOPHER .............................
SOMMERFELD, JACKIE ...............................
SOMMERVILL, PATRICK J. .........................
SORENSON, ANGELA ..................................
SOROKA, LEANNE .......................................
SORSDAHL, NICOLE ....................................
SPARLING, CORRINNE J. ...........................
SPARROW, JOANNE DEL ............................
SPENCER, TRACY L. ...................................
SPERLING, STEVEN W. ..............................
SPIES, TODD ................................................
SPRENTZ, RON ............................................
SPRIGGS, LARRY BARTON .........................
SPRING, JULIE L. ........................................
ST MICHEL, MARK........................................
STACH, CURTIS ...........................................
STANEK, JILL DENISE..................................
STANLEY, TANYA M. ...................................
STANLEY, WARREN .....................................
STASIUK, RUSSELL P. ................................
STATLER, TIM...............................................
STECHYSHYN, NEALA .................................
STEEL, ALISHA .............................................
STEELE, ARYN CAMILLA .............................
STEIN, AUBREY............................................
STEPHEN, DANE D. .....................................
STEPHEN, ROSS ..........................................
STEVENS, ANGELA ......................................
STEVENS, E. TRAVIS ...................................
STEVENSON, PAULLA .................................
STEWART GRASS, SHELLY M. ...................
STEWART, ANITA .........................................
STEWART, GREGORY WARREN .................
STEWART, TRACY LYNN .............................
STIGLITZ, MARK ...........................................
STIGLITZ, PENNY M. ...................................
STIGLITZ, TIM ...............................................
STINSON, TANYA .........................................
STRASKY, L. VINCENT .................................
STRAWFORD, KYLE R. ...............................
STREET, DAVID A. .......................................
STREETON, LOIS .........................................
STRELIOFF, BRIAN ......................................
STRELIOFF, CAROL .....................................
STRETCH, DARREN SCOTT ........................
STUBBINGTON, BRETT J. ...........................
STUBBS, ALLEN C. ......................................
STUBBS, OWEN T. ......................................
STUCKEY, KATHLEEN HELEN.....................
SUCHORAB, CATHERINE M. ......................
SUDDARDS, CHRISTINA M. ........................
SURTEES, NICHOLAS ..................................
SWALM, CHERYL-LYNN ...............................
SWANSON, JESSICA....................................
SYHLONYK, TYLER ......................................
SYMAK, DARBY S. .......................................
SZMUKIER, ANTHONY .................................

77,515
69,752
73,378
65,231
60,609
56,989
55,613
69,195
62,805
85,626
75,681
55,619
57,861
103,055
73,782
71,137
64,404
59,851
73,190
62,723
53,999
99,838
57,775
56,585
62,431
54,978
63,300
95,680
56,440
88,977
60,046
63,388
51,521
62,991
60,366
58,530
64,976
62,910
71,459
62,476
50,512
51,701
59,126
60,017
75,993
52,893
61,654
95,290
58,902
74,279
60,797
56,426
65,180
67,827
66,469
69,859
55,033
51,608
54,627
58,566
60,379
63,539
54,171
74,717
60,023
95,964
51,315
55,364
84,510
76,709
124,547
55,459
55,762
61,280
69,799
53,008

Public Accounts, 2010-11


SZYDA, MARK ..............................................
TAIT, DALE M. .............................................
TARGERSON, TREVOR LEE........................
TARR, FREDERICK ......................................
TASZLIKOWICZ, BILL ...................................
TAYLOR, SCOTT K. .....................................
TEDFORD, CHARLENE ................................
TEED, DEBBIE ..............................................
TEETER, KERI ..............................................
TEMPLE, WENDY .........................................
TENASCHUK, CHELSA ................................
TERCERO, RYAN .........................................
TERICHOW, CAREY .....................................
TERICHOW, DEAN .......................................
TERRY, KARLA .............................................
TETLOCK, WAYNE M. .................................
TETZ, KEVIN J. ............................................
TEWELDE, GHEREZGHIHER .......................
THIRSK, LEIA A. ..........................................
THIRSK, SARAH J. ......................................
THOMAS, JOSH O. ......................................
THOMAS, LANCE K. ....................................
THOMAS, LYNVAL........................................
THOMAS, RUSS E. ......................................
THOMAS, RYAN W. .....................................
THOMPSON, ARVID TERRY ........................
THOMPSON, JOANNE..................................
THOMS, JACQUELINE .................................
THOMSON, DIANNA .....................................
THON, CHRISTOPHER.................................
THORBURN, DAWN .....................................
THORESON, JENNIFER ...............................
THRUN, MELANI ...........................................
THUL, DESIREE D. ......................................
TIGHE, ANTHONY ........................................
TIGHE, BILL EDWARD..................................
TIMMERMAN, JEFFREY ...............................
TIPTON, KELLI ..............................................
TKATCHUK, CHRIS ......................................
TODD, MATHEW T. S. .................................
TOEWS, MIKE G. .........................................
TOKAR, JOHN ..............................................
TOLLEY, CASSIE L. .....................................
TOOMBS, MARNI..........................................
TOOVEY, DONALD .......................................
TOPOROWSKI, GRAHAM.............................
TORGRIMSON, MIEKA .................................
TORRIE, IRENE E. .......................................
TOTH, ANDREA ............................................
TOURNEY, KERN .........................................
TOURNEY, RYAN D. ....................................
TRAYHORNE, BETTY JANE .........................
TRBOVIC, JADRANKA ..................................
TREBISH, COLBY .........................................
TREMKA, GARY............................................
TREVORS, WILLIAM SHAWN.......................
TROST, MAC ................................................
TRUMIER, DARLENE....................................
TRYTTEN, JEFFREY T. ...............................
TSCHIGERL, DALE H. J. ..............................
TUCKANOW, PAULA ....................................
TUFTS, SANDRA ..........................................
TURNER, CHRIS...........................................
TURNER, JOHN ............................................
TURNER, REBECCA.....................................
TURNER, STEPHANIE..................................
TURTA, JERRY W. .......................................
TUSHKEWICH, VERNA ................................
TWAMLEY, BRENDAN..................................
ULLMAN, TERRY L. .....................................
UNICK, DAVID ERNEST ...............................
URBAN, LINDSAY T. ....................................
URTON, ROBERT .........................................
VALGARDSON, SANDRA LYN .....................
VALOIS, DAN E. ...........................................
VALUCK, LORNE W. ....................................

Corrections, Public Safety and Policing


58,235
65,050
64,160
87,456
61,185
85,671
60,770
59,093
71,540
66,265
53,475
90,415
51,171
68,176
61,646
79,088
51,809
72,033
60,121
55,730
67,253
57,699
115,834
77,949
59,718
91,594
84,154
68,802
60,121
103,158
63,279
65,170
55,118
52,299
113,372
59,142
61,965
57,296
65,999
59,091
51,005
62,116
61,746
71,659
59,176
82,313
90,140
54,140
69,750
92,569
67,014
59,417
74,746
54,197
61,936
68,749
64,034
81,471
74,209
68,548
65,428
70,631
86,533
52,309
79,043
61,625
71,459
83,982
66,384
50,103
102,552
62,804
86,178
85,294
59,951
65,180

VAN BRABANT, DIANE .................................


VAN DER HAEGEN, ESTELLE ......................
VAN DER KUUR, BRENDA M........................
VAN NORTWICK, NORMAN..........................
VAN NUS, TOM .............................................
VAN ZANDBERGEN, ANDREW P. ...............
VANCISE, ROBERT.......................................
VANDALL, JASON .........................................
VANDERSCHAEGHE, MAURICE ..................
VANIN, KURT W. R. ......................................
VANJOFF, JASON .........................................
VERMETTE, ANN ..........................................
VERMETTE, MARLON ..................................
VIERLING, AUDREY LYNETTE .....................
VILIM, KARIN.................................................
VILLENEUVE, KELLY ....................................
VOGELSANG, LIANA MYLYNNE ..................
VON GLAHN, JANE .......................................
WADELIUS, KAREN ......................................
WAGG, DARWIN ...........................................
WAGMAN, ROBI J. .......................................
WAKE, PETER...............................................
WALBERG, ERIC...........................................
WALBOURNE, CHRISTIANE .........................
WALDNER, GREGORY N. ............................
WALKER, ROBERT J. S. ..............................
WALL, MELISSA ............................................
WALL, SHARON ............................................
WALL, TERRANCE R. ..................................
WALTER, WENDY .........................................
WALTERS, MELANIE ....................................
WANDLER, JAMES .......................................
WANDLER, RONALD ....................................
WANNER, KRISTA ........................................
WARD, REBECCA .........................................
WASYLAK, BRUCE WAYNE .........................
WASYLYNIUK, KAYLA ..................................
WATSON, BRETT J. C. .................................
WATSON, DEBBIE ........................................
WATSON, DON .............................................
WATSON, LAURA .........................................
WEATHERBEE, JENNIFER N. .....................
WEBB, KRISTINE ..........................................
WEGER, DUSTIN ..........................................
WEINKAUF, SHANNON.................................
WEIR, GAYLENE ...........................................
WEISS, JOHN ................................................
WEISSHAAR, DONNA C. .............................
WELLS, MARK J. ..........................................
WENC, RENEE S. .........................................
WENMAN, ERNIE E. .....................................
WENTWORTH, GORDON P. ........................
WHITEMAN, GLENNA M. .............................
WHITFORD, LISA MARIE ANGEL .................
WHITTLE, STEPHEN.....................................
WHITTON-WILLIAMS, JOAN L. ....................
WIESE, MELISSA ..........................................
WILCOX, BRENDA ........................................
WILHELM, KENNETH ....................................
WILKIN, SUSAN RAE ....................................
WILKINS, DANA R. .......................................
WILKINSON, LORRAINE ...............................
WILLIAMS, BRADLEY T. ..............................
WILLIAMS, RICHARD ....................................
WILLIS, EDNA S. ..........................................
WILLIS, JANNA..............................................
WINDY HAIR, JHAIK......................................
WISHART, DEBORAH LEE ...........................
WISMINITY, PHILIP M. .................................
WITTIG, ELIZABETH .....................................
WOIT, CONNIE M. ........................................
WOLFE, ESTHER ..........................................
WOLK, CINDY ...............................................
WOODS, MARK .............................................
WOODS, TIM R. ...........................................
WOOLSEY, RHONDA....................................

69
59,565
76,813
114,296
94,033
59,690
78,855
53,532
50,436
92,636
62,121
54,784
70,766
58,693
78,609
50,089
63,710
76,005
59,210
66,266
98,560
65,912
85,124
116,066
61,977
73,658
96,519
63,615
95,335
56,402
57,276
61,481
58,927
84,939
109,199
56,316
52,133
56,622
67,003
71,557
78,619
51,204
70,677
80,193
57,698
62,491
87,224
68,579
103,055
50,440
51,791
64,987
109,524
52,324
69,236
81,981
80,068
103,420
51,899
79,830
59,460
114,703
64,736
54,507
61,447
76,366
105,286
52,692
57,231
60,977
57,190
64,798
82,417
55,259
52,067
61,961
54,475

70

Corrections, Public Safety and Policing

WORKMAN, MIKE.........................................
WORKMAN, STANLEY .................................
WORTHINGTON, CHRIS ..............................
WOTHERSPOON, BLAIR .............................
WOUTERS, JASON L. .................................
WOYTKO, LINDA JOYCE .............................
WRIGHT, SHELLEY ......................................
WRIGHT, YVETTE ........................................
WURTAK, GERRY ........................................
WYER, KARI .................................................
WYTRYKUSH, REBECCA.............................
YABLONSKI, TERRY J. ...............................
YAHNKE, WM VERN.....................................
YATHON, CARY............................................
YEW, DONNA J. ...........................................
YOUNG, JOCELYN .......................................
YOUNG, MARION .........................................
YOUNG, TOM ...............................................
YUEN, ROGER .............................................
YUZIK, CAROL .............................................
ZACKRISSON, JOHN....................................
ZADOROZNY, JOANNE S. ..........................
ZAPARANIUK, LANNIE .................................
ZARYCKI, KRISTA D. ...................................
ZAVLANOS, THEODORE .............................
ZDUNICK, DYAN...........................................
ZEIDLER, FRANZ R. ....................................
ZELIONKA, JONATHAN G. H. .....................
ZELOWSKY, DARRELL ................................
ZELOWSKY, MAUREEN D. .........................
ZEMAN, BRYAN............................................
ZESS, BERNADETTE ...................................
ZESS, SHANE...............................................
ZIEGLER, JANET ..........................................
ZIMMER, LORNE ..........................................
ZIMMERMAN, BERNARD L. ........................
ZIMMERMAN, MICHELLE .............................
ZINCK, FRED ................................................
ZIRK, WARREN ............................................
ZOLKAVICH, PATRICIA ................................

57,808
58,495
73,506
79,890
83,756
65,681
60,869
80,738
67,670
68,459
62,819
85,202
60,462
67,469
71,455
65,122
58,463
155,407
74,754
57,388
67,015
63,086
62,106
82,973
57,651
50,592
56,869
72,936
60,448
71,972
82,747
51,441
117,177
59,537
69,161
62,475
66,891
61,531
74,128
65,583

Allowances for Members with Additional Duties


HUYGHEBAERT, DELWOOD F. .................. $

44,837

Transfers
Listed, by program, are transfers to recipients who received
$50,000 or more.

Central Management and


Services (CP01)
Central Services
TECHNICAL SAFETY AUTHORITY OF
SASKATCHEWAN..................................... $

58,600

Adult Corrections (CP04)


Adult Corrections Facilities
INMATES' TRUST ACCOUNT....................... $

780,730

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Program Support
PRINCE ALBERT PARKLAND
REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............ $
REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL
HEALTH AUTHORITY ...............................
SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ..............................................

180,000
208,000
99,000

Young Offender Programs


(CP07)
Community and Alternative Measures
FAMILY & YOUTH ACCOUNT ....................... $
FAMILY SERVICE SASKATOON INC. .........
FEDERATION OF SASKATCHEWAN
INDIANS INC. ...........................................
FILE HILLS QU'APPELLE TRIBAL
COUNCIL INC. ..........................................
GOVERNING COUNCIL OF THE
SALVATION ARMY IN CANADA................
ILE A LA CROSSE FRIENDSHIP
CENTRE INC. ...........................................
JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF
SASKATCHEWAN .....................................
KIKINAHK FRIENDSHIP CENTRE INC. .......
LA LOCHE FRIENDSHIP CENTRE
CORP. ......................................................
LAC LA RONGE INDIAN BAND
NO. 219 .....................................................
MEADOW LAKE OUTREACH
MINISTRIES INC. .....................................
NORTHWEST PROFESSIONAL
SERVICES CORPORATION......................
ONION LAKE NATIVE JUSTICE INC. ...........
P.A. OUTREACH PROGRAM INC. ...............
P.A.G.C. HOLDINGS INC. ............................
PINEHOUSE WELLNESS CENTRE
CORP. ......................................................
PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ..............................................
PRINCE ALBERT METIS WOMEN'S
ASSOCIATION INC. .................................
PRINCE ALBERT PARKLAND
REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............
QU'APPELLE VALLEY FRIENDSHIP
CENTRE INC. ...........................................
QUINT DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
INC. ..........................................................
RAINBOW YOUTH CENTRE INC. ................
REGINA ALTERNATIVE MEASURES
PROGRAM (RAMP) INC. ..........................
REGINA TREATY/STATUS INDIAN
SERVICES INC. ........................................
RESTORATIVE CIRCLES INITIATIVE
OF SASKATOON INC. ..............................
SASKATOON DOWNTOWN YOUTH
CENTRE INC. ...........................................
SASKATOON INDIAN & METIS
FRIENDSHIP CENTRE INC. .....................
SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ..............................................
SMILE SERVICES INC. ................................
STC URBAN FIRST NATIONS
SERVICES INC. ........................................
STREET CULTURE KIDZ PROJECT
INC. ..........................................................
SUNRISE REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ..............................................

507,356
70,900
117,100
70,500
97,900
56,100
951,900
76,100
72,600
60,562
116,100
95,797
54,706
98,300
297,800
60,024
91,000
270,500
90,000
68,200
192,190
76,300
362,200
337,500
73,484
275,400
153,992
99,000
60,000
525,082
234,600
91,000

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Corrections, Public Safety and Policing

TERRITORIAL DRIVE ALLIANCE


CHURCH INC. ..........................................
TOUCHWOOD AGENCY TRIBAL
COUNCIL INC. .........................................
YORKTON TRIBAL ADMINISTRATION
INC. ..........................................................
YOUNG WOMEN'S CHRISTIAN
ASSOCIATION OF PRINCE
ALBERT.....................................................

132,900
70,200
198,469
81,570

Public Safety (CP06)


Protection and Emergency Services
CANADIAN RED CROSS SOCIETY .............. $

700,000

Licensing and Inspections


TECHNICAL SAFETY AUTHORITY OF
SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... $

1,129,931

Provincial Disaster Assistance Program


ALLIED CLAIMS ADJUSTERS LTD. ............. $
ANNAHEIM, VILLAGE OF .............................
ASSOCIATED ENGINEERING (SASK)
LTD. ..........................................................
BAR ENGINEERING CO. LTD. .....................
BINDIG, SHANE ............................................
BROUWER CLAIMS ......................................
BURSTALL, TOWN OF .................................
C.A. REED & ASSOCIATES (SASK)
LTD. ..........................................................
CAROLINE'S DRIVE INN ..............................
CARON, DANIEL ...........................................
CHAIKOWSKI, LORNE..................................
CHORNEY BEACH, RESORT VILLAGE
OF .............................................................
CLAIMSPRO INC. ........................................
CLEAN SPOT LAUNDRY 2008 LTD. ............
COLONSAY, TOWN OF ................................
CRAWFORD ADJUSTERS CANADA
INCORPORATED ......................................
CUDWORTH, TOWN OF ...............................
CUMBERLAND HOUSE CREE NATION .......
CYPRESS HILLS PROVINCIAL PARK ..........
DAVIDSON, DOUG .......................................
DEGENSTEIN, ROD .....................................
DENEIKO CUSTOM FEEDING LTD. ............
DENHAM, DEREK .........................................
EAGLE VALLEY CAMPGROUND .................
ENGE, JUSTIN ..............................................
ENGLEFELD, VILLAGE OF ...........................
FISH CREEK ADVENTURES LTD. ..............
FLEMING, LINDSAY KATHLEEN ..................
FORESTER, LESLIE & FORESTER,
SHERRY....................................................
GALLANT ENTERPRISES ............................
GERMANN, EILEEN SOPHA ........................
GLENAVON, VILLAGE OF ............................
GOERTZ, RANDY D. & GOERTZ,
TERRI L. ...................................................
HOLTVOGT, ALLAN......................................
HOME SOLUTIONS BY MEHLING INC. .......
J.C. KENYON ENGINEERING INC. ..............
KALMAKOFF, JACK ......................................
KAWACATOOSE CREE NATION..................
KENASTON, VILLAGE OF ............................
KENT HARRIGAN CONSTRUCTION ............
KINISTINO, TOWN OF ..................................

306,091
56,250
441,893
139,490
124,000
153,418
65,735
50,686
76,953
68,655
71,600
53,063
139,987
53,378
301,536
855,403
141,750
118,440
98,250
74,504
241,281
50,300
153,340
497,000
68,600
87,000
52,809
147,008
64,662
113,500
50,825
80,250
82,147
59,300
57,357
58,100
80,400
63,657
222,000
105,646
132,193

KNITTIG, DUANE ..........................................


KOSHMAN, BARRY & KOSHMAN, DALE
& KOSHMAN, WENDY...............................
KOWALYSHYN, NICK A. &
KOWALYSHYN, DEBBIE L. ......................
KS VENTURES MC LTD. ..............................
KUNZ, LYLE ..................................................
LAPLANTE, GERALD ....................................
LESLIE BEACH REGIONAL PARK ................
MACDONALD, J. BRUCE ..............................
MANITOU BEACH, RESORT VILLAGE
OF ..............................................................
MAPLE GROVE MOTEL ................................
MARTENSVILLE, CITY OF ............................
MIDWEST CLAIMS SERVICES .....................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF ENVIRONMENT ...................................
MORASH, DON .............................................
MUSKOWEKWAN FIRST NATION ................
NEKANEET FIRST NATION ..........................
NEMANISHIN, JOHN .....................................
NUSTAD, KEN ...............................................
OLLERICH FARMS LTD. ..............................
P. H. MCNALLY ASSOCIATES LTD. ............
PARKLAND BOWLING LTD. .........................
PASQUA FIRST NATION...............................
PAULSON, WAYNE .......................................
PLAINS LIVESTOCK INC. ............................
PROUSE, DARRELL R. ................................
PRUD'HOMME, VILLAGE OF ........................
R.M. OF BAILDON NO. 131 ...........................
R.M. OF BAYNE NO. 371 ..............................
R.M. OF BIG QUILL NO. 308 .........................
R.M. OF BIGGAR NO. 347.............................
R.M. OF COLONSAY NO. 342 .......................
R.M. OF CRAIK NO. 222................................
R.M. OF GOOD LAKE NO. 274......................
R.M. OF GRANT NO. 372 ..............................
R.M. OF HOODOO NO. 401 ..........................
R.M. OF HUMBOLDT NO. 370.......................
R.M. OF INSINGER NO. 275 .........................
R.M. OF INVERMAY NO. 305 ........................
R.M. OF KELLROSS NO. 247 ........................
R.M. OF LAKE LENORE NO. 399 ..................
R.M. OF LAKESIDE NO. 338 .........................
R.M. OF LAKEVIEW NO. 337 ........................
R.M. OF LIPTON NO. 217..............................
R.M. OF LOST RIVER NO. 313 .....................
R.M. OF MAPLE CREEK NO. 111 .................
R.M. OF MCCRANEY NO. 282 ......................
R.M. OF MOOSE RANGE NO. 486 ................
R.M. OF MORRIS NO. 312 ............................
R.M. OF MOUNT HOPE NO. 279 ..................
R.M. OF PADDOCKWOOD NO. 520..............
R.M. OF PRAIRIE ROSE NO. 309 .................
R.M. OF ST. LOUIS NO. 431 .........................
R.M. OF STAR CITY NO. 428 ........................
R.M. OF THREE LAKES NO. 400 ..................
R.M. OF TORCH RIVER NO. 488 ..................
R.M. OF TULLYMET NO. 216 ........................
R.M. OF VISCOUNT NO. 341 ........................
R.M. OF WOLVERINE NO. 340 .....................
REACT WASTE MANAGEMENT
DISTRICT ..................................................
REYNOLDS, DALE ........................................
SALMOND, NEIL ...........................................
SAMMY, MYRNA ...........................................
SCHMALTZ, FRANK ......................................
SCRIVENER ADJUSTERS ............................
SEVENTY-SEVEN SIGNS LTD. ....................
SINCLAIR, W. CAMERON &
SINCLAIR, SYLVIA M. ..............................
SOCIETY FOR THE INVOLVEMENT OF
GOOD NEIGHBOURS INC. ......................
SOUTHEY, TOWN OF ...................................
SPRUCE ACRES FARM LTD. ......................

71
58,600
51,276
91,778
133,000
50,304
124,900
52,077
90,586
246,750
275,000
117,750
413,121
384,000
58,919
74,250
64,637
109,200
95,600
57,700
57,330
87,825
238,500
172,564
168,000
121,710
224,250
148,500
593,250
72,000
165,000
133,500
83,250
130,802
87,000
801,750
415,500
235,500
174,191
141,000
120,750
117,750
69,000
63,750
120,000
743,250
82,500
63,000
143,250
159,000
95,250
187,500
108,000
1,307,250
521,250
93,750
111,000
858,000
438,000
333,070
168,000
168,000
55,928
66,552
922,366
60,400
90,484
121,425
267,000
51,100

72

Corrections, Public Safety and Policing

STAKIW, MORRIS & STAKIW, DARLENE ....


STANDING BUFFALO FIRST NATION .........
THIES, LAURA L. .........................................
THOMAS, MURIEL........................................
VIDNES, HEIDI & SMITHSON, CODY...........
VISCOUNT, VILLAGE OF .............................
VOLLMAN, RUSSELL W. & VOLLMAN,
LILLIAN A. ................................................
WALKER, IVAN .............................................
WALLIN, DARROLL ......................................
WHEATVIEW STABLES ...............................
WHITE BEAR FIRST NATION.......................
WILLOWBEND TRAILER COURT &
CAMPGROUND ........................................
WONG, TUEY LEIN ......................................

168,900
318,000
59,004
59,600
59,410
72,750
75,800
57,238
61,520
53,921
90,000
94,346
50,202

Policing Services (CP10)


Police Programs
ESTEVAN POLICE SERVICE ....................... $
MOOSE JAW POLICE SERVICE ..................
NORTH BATTLEFORD, CITY OF .................
PRINCE ALBERT POLICE SERVICE ............
REGINA POLICE SERVICE ..........................
SASKATOON POLICE SERVICE ..................
WEYBURN POLICE SERVICE ......................
YORKTON, CITY OF .....................................

300,000
300,000
400,000
1,575,000
3,590,000
4,239,600
200,000
300,000

Royal Canadian Mounted Police


FEDERATION OF SASKATCHEWAN
INDIANS INC. ........................................... $
166,642
FILE HILLS BOARD OF POLICE
COMMISSIONERS INC. ...........................
749,245
FOUR NATIONS ...........................................
53,544
LAC LA RONGE INDIAN BAND
NO. 219 .....................................................
73,345
PETER BALLANTYNE CREE NATION .........
59,794
RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA
R.C.M.P. ................................................... 133,958,992

Goods and Services


Minister's Travel
HUYGHEBAERT, HON. DELWOOD F. ........ $

22,308

Goods and Services

IRONSTAR, TRISTAN ...................................


JEMTEC INC. ...............................................
JENNINGS, SEAN .........................................
JOHN HOWARD SOCIETY OF
SASKATCHEWAN .....................................
KOROLUK, RANDY A. ..................................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES .................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
OFFICE......................................................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF JUSTICE & ATTORNEY
GENERAL..................................................
MOTOROLA CANADA LIMITED ....................
NETL3.COM ..................................................
OLIVER, PETER ............................................
PADC MANAGEMENT CO. LTD. ..................
PAMC MEDICAL PROF. CORP. ...................
PERSPECT MANAGEMENT CONSULTING
INC. ..........................................................
PLANETWORKS CONSULTING
CORPORATION ........................................
PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ..............................................
PRINCE ALBERT COMMUNITY CLINIC .......
PRINCE ALBERT POLICE SERVICE ............
PRINCE ALBERT, CITY OF...........................
R.A. FORESTER CONSULTANT &
ALLIED SERVICES....................................
RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA
CORRECTIONAL SERVICE OF
CANADA ....................................................
RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA
R.C.M.P. ...................................................
RENSBERRY, JENNIE ..................................
RICHTER, KELLY L. .....................................
SAPUTO FOODS LTD. .................................
SASKATOON, CITY OF.................................
SASKENERGY INCORPORATED .................
SASKPOWER CORPORATION.....................
SASKTEL.......................................................
SPADINA INDUSTRIES INC. ........................
STAR EGG CO. LTD. ...................................
SUPREME BASICS .......................................
SWS DETENTION GROUP INC. ..................
SYSCO ..........................................................
TECHNICAL SAFETY AUTHORITY OF
SASKATCHEWAN .....................................
UNIVERSITY OF REGINA .............................
UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN .............

63,314
161,507
61,530
100,885
296,694
17,008,696
4,217,134
862,608
1,827,412
485,868
61,146
1,077,600
105,415
257,579
53,445
231,670
50,482
63,600
169,683
108,666
98,690
88,080
50,220
61,750
534,978
195,371
429,362
760,798
122,585
78,904
63,138
72,130
66,957
163,148
108,275
670,114
170,924

Internal Recoveries
Listed are internal recoveries from ministries of $50,000 or
more for the provision of shared 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.
1271887 ALBERTA LTD. .............................. $
BMO PURCHASE
CARDS-CORRECTIONS, PUBLIC
SAFETY & POLICING ...............................
CRISYS LIMITED ..........................................
CROWE, JEFFREY JOSEPH ........................
DELCO AUTOMATION INC. ........................
DR. EMOK PARE MEDICAL PROF.
CORP. ......................................................
EXECUTIVE SOURCE INC. .........................
FILE HILLS QU'APPELLE TRIBAL
COUNCIL INC. .........................................
HJ LINNEN ASSOCIATES LTD. ...................
INDEPENDENT CHOICE DISTRIBUTION ....

Public Accounts, 2010-11

63,282
9,991,679
171,518
64,402
110,752
75,840
66,147
158,151
306,238
165,524

MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
HEALTH..................................................... $

(647,591)

Correction Facilities Industries


Revolving Fund
Revenue ........................................................ $
Expenses:
Salaries and Benefits .......... $
240,185
Transfers.............................
31,259
Goods and Services ............
200,681
Other Expenses ..................
39,511
Net Expense .................................................. $

409,952

511,636
101,684

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Corrections, Public Safety and Policing

Details of expenses for the Correction Facilities Industries


Revolving Fund:

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
HAMM, TERRY WAYNE................................ $
SPENCE, JULIE ............................................
WALKER, ROBERT WINSTON .....................

63,782
68,292
72,869

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-CORRECTIONS, PUBLIC
SAFETY & POLICING ............................... $

188,449

73

74

Education

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Education (Vote 5)
The Ministry provides leadership and direction to the early
learning and child care, kindergarten through grade twelve
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 youth and the enhancement of literacy for all
Saskatchewan people.

Program Delivery
This program provides program direction and financial,
professional and evaluation supports for early learning and
child care; and provides targeted programs for young
children with disabilities and their families.

Central Management and Services


(Subvote ED01)

Objective
To provide strategic direction, policy and developmental
supports for curriculum, e-learning, professional
development, and international languages for the provincial
education system. It provides policy and program direction
supporting the inclusion of students with special needs.

Objective
To provide executive direction and centrally-managed
services in the areas of finance, internal audit, risk
management, legislation, performance planning, policy and
strategic planning, program evaluation, and regulatory
services, communications, contract services, and other
operational services that include accommodations required
for the delivery of the Ministrys 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, internal audit, risk management,
communications, and program and legislative services. It
provides payments to Government Services for office
accommodation and mail services, records management
and minor renovation services and to the Information
Technology Office for information technology services.

Pre-K-12 Education (Subvote ED03)


Objective
To provide financial, program and administrative support to
students, teachers, and school boards in the development,
delivery and evaluation of programs, including prekindergarten, French and international language
programming, and for First Nations, Mtis and Community
Education programming, partnerships and capacity
building. It also provides operating and capital transfer
payments to school divisions for the delivery of education
services.
Program Delivery
This program provides funding for the operation of K-12
schools and for the maintenance and construction of school
facilities; develops and implements programs of study and
special education programs used in the Pre-K-12 system;
provides leadership and support for French Language
education and for First Nations, Mtis and Community
Education programming; and provides administrative and
financial support for regional offices, independent schools,
and student and teacher records.

Early Learning and Child Care


(Subvote ED08)
Objective
To provide policy and program direction, financial,
professional and evaluation supports for early learning and
child care. It also provides targeted programs for young
children and children with disabilities, and their families.

Curriculum and E-Learning


(Subvote ED10)

Program Delivery
This program provides financial and administrative support
and leadership, multi-media courses and web-based
resources, and supports the building of capacity in the use
of technology across the K-12 and post secondary sectors.

Literacy (Subvote ED17)


Objective
To provide financial, policy and program support and
leadership to increase opportunities for literacy
development and supports for all Saskatchewan people.
Program Delivery
This program provides financial, policy and program
support and leadership to increase opportunities for literacy
development for all Saskatchewan people. It provides
funding to province-wide, regional and community-based
organizations for literacy programming and research.

Provincial Library (Subvote ED15)


Objective
To manage the legislative and policy framework for the
operation of the Saskatchewan public library system. It
administers grants and acts as a coordinating agency for
the system by maximizing the cooperative use of
information technologies, establishing public access to
information databases and virtual reference services and
coordinating interlibrary loans. It also supports the
development of the cooperative library system to share
resources among all types of libraries in Saskatchewan.
Program Delivery
Under The Public Library Act, 1996, the Provincial Library
coordinates the province-wide public library system by
developing province-wide library policies, maintaining an
electronic library information network, coordinating resource
sharing activities and providing cost-effective centralized
services. The Provincial Library also administers The
Libraries Co-operation Act which establishes the Multitype
Library Board. The purpose of the Board is to facilitate cooperation among all types of libraries in the province,
including public, academic, school and special libraries to
enhance library services for all Saskatchewan people

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Teachers' Pensions and Benefits


(Subvote ED04)
Objective
To provide pensions and benefits for teachers.
Program Delivery
The Teachers Superannuation Commission collects
superannuation contributions; provides superannuation
allowances; and administers the teachers disability, group
life insurance and the teachers dental plan. The
Commission monitors the investments of the Teachers
Superannuation Plan and sets the Plans investment policy
and guidelines. The Teachers Extended Health Plan and
the Saskatchewan Teachers Retirement Plan are
administered by the Saskatchewan Teachers Federation
on behalf of its members. The Saskatchewan Teachers
Federation also monitors the investments of the Retirement
Plan and sets the investment policy and guidelines.

Amortization of Capital Assets


(Subvote ED16)
Objective
To provide for the estimated annual consumption of the
Ministrys capital assets that are currently in use to provide
a public service.
Program Delivery
This program accounts for the estimated annual
consumption of the Ministrys 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

75

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Education

76

Education

(thousands of dollars)
Salaries &
Benefits

Capital
Transfers

Central Management and Services (ED01)


Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $
Executive Management........................................................................................
Central Services....................................................................................................
Accommodation Services.....................................................................................
Subvote Total

46 $
1,249
2,374
........
3,669

PreK-12 Education (ED03)


Operational Support..............................................................................................
School Operating..................................................................................................
School Operating K-12 Initiatives.........................................................................
School Capital Transfers......................................................................................
First Nations and Mtis Education........................................................................
French Education..................................................................................................
Educational Agencies...........................................................................................
Subvote Total

7,114
........
........
........
723
1,489
........
9,326

........
........
........
55,519
........
........
........
55,519

Early Learning and Child Care (ED08)


Operational Support..............................................................................................
KidsFirst.................................................................................................................
Early Childhood Intervention Programs...............................................................
Child Care.............................................................................................................
Early Childhood Education...................................................................................
Subvote Total

3,413
........
........
........
........
3,413

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

1,419
2,001
634

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

........
4,054

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

260
1
261

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

1,367

Curriculum and E-Learning (ED10)


Operational Support..............................................................................................
Curriculum and Instruction....................................................................................
Student Support Services.....................................................................................
Technology Supported Learning Revolving Fund Net Expense (Recovery) (Statutory).................................................................
Subvote Total
Literacy (ED17)
Literacy Office.......................................................................................................
Literacy Initiatives..................................................................................................
Subvote Total
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..........................................................................
Subvote Total

684
........
........
........
........
........
684

........ $
........
........
........
........

Operating
Transfers
........ $
........
234
........
234

Goods and
Services (1)

Other
Expenses

Internal
Recoveries

Total

........ $
........
........
........
........

........ $
........
........
........
........

........ $
........
........
........
........

2,341
9
8,943
........
186
389
119
11,987

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

2
........
........
........
........
........
........
2

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

9,688
991,038
24,659
55,790
2,639
6,588
1,355
1,091,757

1,093
........
........
(260)
........
833

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

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

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

4,506
4,482
3,728
39,867
216
52,799

20
202
36

201
652
114

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

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

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

1,640
2,855
784

........
258

........
967

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

(30)
(30)

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

(30)
5,249

8
1,855
1,863

117
201
318

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

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

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

385
2,057
2,442

........

9,045

2,025

........

........

........

12,437

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

1
93,846
1,779
10,372
60,654
16,369
183,021

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

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

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

1,342
93,846
1,779
10,372
60,654
16,369
184,362

231
991,029
15,716
271
1,730
4,710
1,236
1,014,923

........
4,482
3,728
40,127
216
48,553

........ $
436
5,669
3,504
9,609

Capital Asset
Amortization

657
........
........
........
........
........
657

46
1,685
8,277
3,504
13,512

Public Accounts, 2010-11


Amortization of Capital Assets (ED16)
Land, Buildings and Improvements......................................................................
Office and Information Technology......................................................................
Subvote Total
Total
$
(1) Includes communication expense of $447 and travel expense of $802.

Education
........
........
........
22,774 $

........
........
........
55,519 $

........
........
........
1,257,897 $

77
........
........
........
26,396 $

581
500
1,081
1,081 $

........
........
........
(28) $

........
........
........
........ $

581
500
1,081
1,363,639

78

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 .........................................
AMUNDRUD, SUSAN J. ................................
ANDERSON, LUCIE .......................................
ANDERSON, YVONNE M. .............................
ANDRIE, BARRY ROBERT ............................
ANDRUSHUK, SHERRY ................................
ANTWI-BUADUM, SAMUEL ...........................
ARDELAN, JANET ..........................................
ARKLIE, SHARLENE ......................................
ARNOTT, DARYL ...........................................
ATKINSON, CHRIS.........................................
BACK, MICHAEL W. ......................................
BACK, WAYNE J. ..........................................
BADGER, PAULA ...........................................
BAKKEN, KARLA ............................................
BALFOUR, HEATHER M. ..............................
BARRAUD, WILLY J. .....................................
BARRY, STEVEN J. .......................................
BASLER, ELLEN L. ........................................
BAST, FRANCES............................................
BEAN, DANIEL ...............................................
BECKIE, ROSEMARY ....................................
BELLAMY, KATHY..........................................
BELLAMY, SHERRY.......................................
BELLEGARDE, SANDRA ...............................
BENNETT, LAURA .........................................
BENYAKHLEF, MOURAD ..............................
BERGER, MICHAEL B. ..................................
BIGGS, GEORGINA O. ..................................
BISON, CARLA ...............................................
BLANCHETTE, GISELE .................................
BRAUN, MAUREEN COLLEEN ......................
BROOKES, GAIL ............................................
BROWN, JUDITH EVELYN ............................
BUNSTON, ELGIN ..........................................
BURLA, GERALD R. ......................................
CAMPBELL, JOYLENE...................................
CASWELL, ELAINE ........................................
CHERKEWICH, DAWN M. .............................
CHOBANIK, ANGELA .....................................
CHOW, MARIA ...............................................
CHRISTIANSEN, KYLA ..................................
CHURSINOFF, ROY W. ................................
CLEAVELEY, ROBERT W. ............................
COOPER, KATHRYN MARY ..........................
CORBY, ELEANOR ........................................
CORMIER, DOCTOR JUDY ...........................
COURT, DAWN H. .........................................
CRASWELL, GERALD R. L. ..........................
D'ALMEIDA, ESTELLE ...................................
DALIDOWICZ, MICHELLE C. ........................
DAVISON URSU, PENNY L. .........................
DELORME, JACQUES ...................................
DER, KAREN ..................................................
DIPPIE, SHONA..............................................
DOUGHERTY, BRENDA LYNN......................
DURELL, LEORA RENEE ..............................
ECARNOT, SAMANTHA.................................
EIDSNESS, BRENT ........................................
ELLIOTT, DEAN..............................................
ELLIOTT, MELANIE ........................................
ERHARDT, PATRICIA ANNE .........................
FAVREAU, PAUL JEAN..................................
FEE, RAELYN .................................................
FESER, VANESSA R. ....................................

103,055
95,635
129,623
104,537
78,478
83,620
54,855
70,296
53,096
74,482
125,928
104,621
111,510
143,605
50,410
56,515
103,055
53,295
56,253
62,654
121,957
70,612
95,635
50,374
55,259
102,889
79,032
63,875
64,714
59,152
86,248
59,085
80,340
72,273
50,303
62,261
57,666
124,547
124,547
57,216
85,936
95,688
85,758
113,291
55,697
76,102
57,607
105,009
113,093
113,291
89,053
59,410
55,259
89,245
57,240
62,727
103,055
59,017
65,877
100,958
95,765
83,895
86,619
86,522
59,220
52,028

Public Accounts, 2010-11


FISHER, KATHLEEN A. ................................
FLETCHER, DANIEL ......................................
FROESE, DEREK J. ......................................
GABORA, SHARON .......................................
GAREAU GELINAS, NATHALIE ....................
GAREAU, SIMONE ........................................
GARRITTY, SHANE FRANCIS ......................
GATES, ROBERT ..........................................
GATIN, MICHAEL R. .....................................
GAUTHIER, LILIANE ......................................
GAUVIN, LUCIE .............................................
GENEREUX, JANIE .......................................
GINGRAS, DIANE HEATHER ........................
GLASS, ROSANNE C. ..................................
GODWIN, KEVIN B. ......................................
GRAINGER, FELICE M. ................................
GRANT SHAW, RHONDA A. ........................
HADDEN, COREY ..........................................
HAMILL, BRIAN R. ........................................
HANCOCK, KATHY J. ...................................
HEINRICHS, KAREN .....................................
HENDERSON, KAREN M. S. ........................
HENDRIKS, JOHN H. ....................................
HILDEBRAND, DENISE .................................
HOLOWATUK, BRENDA A. ..........................
HOLTVOGT-BRIENS, JOLENE .....................
HORSMAN, HELEN .......................................
HORTON, ALLISON M. .................................
HRYNKIW, CRANDALL J. .............................
HUDYMA, LAURIE L. ....................................
HUNTER, DARRYL M. ..................................
JACKLIN, CHRIS ............................................
JACKSON, MELISSA MARIE .........................
JEANES, CINDY L. .......................................
JEFFREYS, PHILIP F. ...................................
JENKINS, MARILYN ......................................
JOHNS SIMPSON, MAUREEN LYNNE .........
JOHNSON, LISA M. ......................................
JOHNSON, RICK ...........................................
JOHNSTON, DREW .......................................
JONES, DARYL ..............................................
KALAMAN, DARREN A. L. ............................
KITZ, CONNIE L. ...........................................
KOVACS, PATRICIA ......................................
KRAUS, DEBRA G. .......................................
KYPLAIN, JENNIFER .....................................
LACHANCE, YVES ........................................
LAWRENCE, GREG T. .................................
LAWSON, RON ..............................................
LEIB, SONYA L. ............................................
LEIBEL, BRIGITTE .........................................
LEOST, PAUL ................................................
LISKI, HELEN .................................................
LOEWEN, DELORES .....................................
LYNN, JANICE ...............................................
MA, JUN JACK ...............................................
MANNING, DANIEL ........................................
MARCEAU, SYLVIE .......................................
MARKESTEYN, SHARON .............................
MARTYNIUK, MYRNA K. ..............................
MASSON, DEVIN J. ......................................
MAXIMUIK, BRENDA J. ................................
MAY, LEANNE M. .........................................
MCCASLIN, BARBARA ..................................
MCKEE, DARREN O. ....................................
MCLEOD, JAMES A. D. ................................
MCPHERSON, EDWARD G. ........................
MEIER, CRYSTAL L. .....................................
MENSCH, TWYLA J. .....................................
MEREDITH, GEORGE ...................................
MIDDLETON, KAREN ....................................
MIKULSKY, WALTER A. ...............................
MILES, LEANNE C. .......................................
MILOT, DENIS ................................................
MOE, JARED M. ............................................
MOELLENBECK, WENDY M. .......................

64,704
95,610
63,546
88,354
82,589
124,547
66,870
96,421
104,375
95,782
113,291
95,693
91,493
136,955
75,673
66,172
75,354
112,681
55,891
57,388
71,486
88,376
90,257
83,396
54,451
103,485
129,816
60,076
124,547
85,721
154,411
62,337
58,190
86,504
68,920
57,507
124,547
54,844
113,291
103,055
58,481
89,246
69,082
95,635
55,211
61,819
76,279
91,140
96,272
88,352
55,259
53,541
50,303
90,170
54,904
75,812
100,457
91,546
91,733
113,291
51,303
81,798
57,898
58,929
146,402
88,354
87,890
58,696
86,661
79,354
50,303
89,893
83,396
95,756
68,479
87,695

Public Accounts, 2010-11


MOORE, LEYA ...............................................
MUIR, KEITH D. .............................................
MYERS, TERRY .............................................
NAGY, EDITH M. ...........................................
NEILL, DIANE V. ............................................
NEMETH, VAUGHN .......................................
NIELSEN, JOAN I. .........................................
NOWLAN, RONALD E. ..................................
O'SOUP, COREY ...........................................
O'WATCH, IRIS ..............................................
OKRAINETZ, BORIS P. .................................
OLIVER, LYNDA .............................................
OLSON, CAROL A. ........................................
OSBORNE, LINDA JOAN ...............................
OSHANEK, BEVERLY ....................................
PARDY, DEREK .............................................
PARISIEN, DANA ...........................................
PAZAN, DIEGO F. .........................................
PELLERIN, ROSANNE B. .............................
PELLETIER, LONETTE ..................................
PENNER, MAXINE .........................................
PETRIE, BRENDA ..........................................
PROKOPCHUK, NADIA .................................
REPSKI, CLINT G. .........................................
RICHTER, DARYL ARTHUR ..........................
ROADHOUSE, AUDREY J. ...........................
ROBERTS, PAMELA ......................................
ROBERTSON, SHIRLEY ................................
ROSKE, JOSEPHINE L. ................................
RUBIN, LILA ...................................................
RUSSELL, D. GAIL .........................................
SADOWSKI, CALVIN......................................
SALTER, MEGAN E. .....................................
SAUERS, ELDEEN .........................................
SAVAGE, JOHN JAMES ................................
SAZYNSKI, MICHAEL D. ...............................
SCHEIBEL, SHELLEY ....................................
SCHMIDT, ANNA M. ......................................
SHEPHERD, GARY ........................................
SIROIS, DALE ................................................
SKULMOSKI, MURRAY A. ............................
SLAWINSKI, GAILEEN PAULA ......................
SLOBODA, MAUREEN ANNE........................
SMITH, EDNA J. ............................................
SMITH, JULIE .................................................
SMYSNIUK, RHONDA....................................
STANFORD, CHRISTINA JEAN.....................
STAUCH, SHERRY LOUISE ..........................
STECYK, BONNIE L. .....................................
STILL, SARAH ................................................
STOCKS, JANICE M. ....................................
STORLE, KRISTINE .......................................
SYRNYK, MARIE C. ......................................
THOMPSON, DARLENE FAY ........................
THOMPSON, DEBRA L. ................................
THURGOOD SAGAL, JANE DIANE ...............
TOLES, BRENT ..............................................
TUNNEY, KEVIN J. ........................................
URSULESCU, PAULETTE M. .......................
VALENTINE, JUDY LYNN ..............................
VELLENOWETH, MICHELLE .........................
VOLK, DOUG..................................................
WANG, JIAN ...................................................
WAYTUCK, BRETT A. ...................................
WELKE, JILL D. .............................................
WHITE, TERRY ..............................................
WHITING, ARIANE .........................................
WILSON, JASON WALTER ............................
WILSON, RAYNELLE .....................................
WILSON, TERESA .........................................
WOLOSHYN, DONNA M. ..............................
WONG, HEIDI M. ...........................................
XIE, JIN ...........................................................
YOUNG, MONIQUE THERESA......................
YUZDEPSKI, SHARON ..................................
ZELMER, LOIS A. ..........................................

Education
68,910
92,447
136,955
113,291
77,043
90,627
124,547
84,799
84,423
62,271
95,635
95,871
75,812
57,685
62,142
83,280
66,730
88,187
93,779
58,767
112,610
61,530
96,557
123,411
102,572
204,323
55,300
87,735
97,754
52,015
103,055
69,409
56,537
51,170
94,155
88,027
84,252
64,916
94,886
69,188
97,515
56,364
95,635
53,299
98,102
134,184
81,894
51,132
77,695
59,939
83,396
69,351
50,303
124,547
70,576
136,955
95,790
104,479
50,147
51,809
53,251
110,939
57,666
112,904
104,225
84,905
53,613
63,018
62,036
93,463
84,658
55,083
53,068
58,858
113,291
124,547

79
Allowances for Members with Additional Duties
HARPAUER, DONNA M. ...............................$
KRAWETZ, KEN P. ........................................

33,628
12,811

Transfers
Listed, by program, are transfers to recipients who received
$50,000 or more.

PreK-12 Education (ED03)


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

31,861,412

12,811,260
4,469,916

970,290
44,576,237

4,722,747

15,312,663
46,599,280

4,935,046

15,576,205
39,188,351

4,274,845
39,382,019

42,477,905
20,173,633

80
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....................
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SUN
WEST SCHOOL DIVISION NO.
207 OF SASKATCHEWAN .........................
CONSEIL SCOLAIRE FRANSASKOIS...........
LLOYDMINSTER SCHOOL DIVISION
NO. 99 .........................................................
SASKATCHEWAN SCHOOL BOARDS
ASSOCIATION............................................

Education

48,711,089

60,212,318

51,575,750

21,563,461

48,480,046
102,671,882

57,623,552
97,551,494

32,153,574

88,619,731
24,315,287
21,778,092
6,173,793
2,283,976

School Operating K-12 Initiatives


4 DIRECTIONS CHILD & FAMILY
SERVICES .................................................. $
ACCESS COPYRIGHT ...................................
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
LIGHT OF CHRIST ROMAN
CATHOLIC SEPARATE SCHOOL
DIVISION NO. 16 OF
SASKATCHEWAN ......................................
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE
NORTHERN LIGHTS SCHOOL
DIVISION NO. 113 OF
SASKATCHEWAN ......................................
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE
PRAIRIE VALLEY SCHOOL
DIVISION NO. 208 OF
SASKATCHEWAN ......................................

78,674
790,091
873,239
62,452
227,963

208,346

125,170

83,824

Public Accounts, 2010-11


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 ...................
CHEP GOOD FOOD INC. .............................
CINEFETE ......................................................
CORNWALL ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL
INC. ...........................................................
EAGLE'S NEST YOUTH RANCH INC. .........
FLIN FLON SCHOOL DIV. NO. 46 .................
HUNGER IN MOOSE JAW INC. ...................
LESTER B. PEARSON COLLEGE OF
THE PACIFIC .............................................
LUTHER COLLEGE .......................................
LUTHERAN COLLEGIATE BIBLE
INSTITUTE .................................................
M. G. MEDIA GROUP INC. ...........................
MCINTYRE MEDIA LTD. ...............................
MCNABB & CONNOLLY ................................
MIDWEST FOOD RESOURCE PROJECT ....
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
OFFICE ......................................................
MULTITYPE DATABASE LICENSING
FUND ..........................................................
RANCH EHRLO SOCIETY .............................
REGINA EDUCATION & ACTION ON
CHILD HUNGER INC. ...............................
REGINA INDIAN COMMUNITY
AWARENESS INC. ...................................
ROSTHERN JUNIOR COLLEGE ...................
SOUP HAVEN ................................................
WEST FLAT CITIZENS GROUP INC. ...........
WESTERN CHRISTIAN COLLEGE &
HIGH SCHOOL ..........................................
WEYBURN & AREA COUNCIL ON
CHILD ABUSE INC. ..................................

167,891

112,740
675,759

535,010
900,487

84,372
462,033
95,000
481,492
224,786
348,715
78,901
68,000
1,876,469
456,404
60,496
87,662
51,150
101,498
1,186,484
190,922
2,611,269
236,401
107,989
587,808
76,864
50,662
532,706
57,456

School Capital Transfers


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

1,649,397

354,840
320,382
2,582,448

Public Accounts, 2010-11


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
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
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 ...................
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SUN
WEST SCHOOL DIVISION NO.
207 OF SASKATCHEWAN .........................
CONSEIL SCOLAIRE FRANSASKOIS ..........

Education

255,715

81
FAME FACILITY SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS
INC. .............................................................
LLOYDMINSTER SCHOOL DIVISION
NO. 99 .........................................................

271,254
270,522

First Nations and Mtis Education


126,083
7,906,709

556,122
588,305

138,526
1,520,505

4,607,581
595,073

2,881,496

5,620,372

3,339,694

133,690

939,025
2,014,023

1,823,944
7,590,660

1,392,483

6,848,563
1,080,610
381,460

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
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
LIVING SKY SCHOOL DIVISION
NO. 202 OF SASKATCHEWAN ..................
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE
NORTH EAST SCHOOL DIVISION
OF SASKATCHEWAN ................................
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE
NORTHERN LIGHTS SCHOOL
DIVISION NO. 113 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 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 ....................
OFFICE OF THE TREATY
COMMISSIONER ........................................
SASKATCHEWAN SCHOOL BOARDS
ASSOCIATION ............................................

68,000

73,000
80,000

52,000
56,000
74,000

116,000

100,000

94,800

62,000
74,200

64,000
129,000

104,000
180,000
99,000

French Education
ASSEMBLEE COMMUNAUTAIRE
FRANSASKOISE INC. ...............................$
ASSOCIATION DES PARENTS
FRANSASKOIS ...........................................
ASSOCIATION JEUNESSE
FRANSASKOISE INC. ...............................

61,000
191,000
180,000

82
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....................
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE ST.
PAUL'S ROMAN CATHOLIC
SEPARATE SCHOOL DIVISION
NO. 20 OF SASKATCHEWAN....................
CANADIAN PARENTS FOR FRENCHSASKATCHEWAN ......................................
COLLEGE MATHIEU ......................................
CONSEIL CULTUREL FRANSASKOIS ..........
CONSEIL SCOLAIRE FRANSASKOIS...........
CORPORATION OF THE COUNCIL OF
MINISTERS OF EDUCATION
CANADA .....................................................
SOCIETE HISTORIQUE DE LA
SASKATCHEWAN ......................................

Education

50,000
51,227

59,750
130,000
790,750
100,000
2,467,835
117,300
68,000

Educational Agencies
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE GOOD
SPIRIT SCHOOL DIVISION NO.
204 OF SASKATCHEWAN ......................... $
CORNWALL ALTERNATIVE SCHOOL
INC. ............................................................
CORPORATION OF THE COUNCIL OF
MINISTERS OF EDUCATION
CANADA .....................................................
UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN .............

364,725
233,310
129,667
63,000

Early Learning and Child Care


(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
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 .........................................................
PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
PRINCE ALBERT PARKLAND
REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY.............

72,500
72,500

717,069

309,925

72,500
347,541
72,500
315,799
72,500
601,607
72,500

Public Accounts, 2010-11


REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL
HEALTH AUTHORITY ................................
SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
SUNRISE REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................

958,075
505,748
254,988

Early Childhood Intervention Programs


BATTLEFORDS EARLY CHILDHOOD
INTERVENTION PROGRAM INC. ............ $
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 .....................
SOUTH-EAST EARLY CHILDHOOD
INTERVENTION PROGRAM INC. ............
SWIFT CURRENT & DISTRICT EARLY
CHILDHOOD INTERV. PROGRAM
INC. ...........................................................
UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN .............
WECIHIK AWASISAK HELP THE
CHILDREN INC. ........................................
WEST CENTRAL EARLY CHILDHOOD
INTERVENTION PROGRAM INC. ............
WEYBURN & AREA EARLY CHILDHOOD
INTERVENTION PROGRAM .....................

313,472
145,188
553,128
192,487
142,661
250,776
214,348
325,154
150,817
189,576
239,883
607,643
134,491
123,900
144,387

Child Care
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. ..........
BACQUE, LOUISE .........................................
BEAUVAL ABORIGNAL HEADSTART
INC. ...........................................................
BENGOUGH JUMPIN BEANS PLAY
CENTRE .....................................................
BIGGAR & DISTRICT DAYCARE
PROJECT INC. ..........................................
BLOOMS & BUDS INTERGENERATIONAL CHILD CARE
CENTRE .....................................................
BO-PEEP CO-OPERATIVE DAY CARE
CENTRE .....................................................
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 .................

81,927
236,071
133,919
125,503
110,197
61,469
130,103
350,773
136,756
53,200
95,400
56,146
173,421
111,775
130,938

210,480
75,600

Public Accounts, 2010-11


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 ...................
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE SUN
WEST SCHOOL DIVISION NO.
207 OF SASKATCHEWAN .........................
BOYS & GIRLS CLUBS ..................................
BRIGHT BEGINNINGS EARLY
CHILDHOOD CENTRE
CO-OPERATIVE .........................................
BUFFALO NARROWS DAY CARE CENTRE
BUILDING BLOCKS CHILD
DEVELOPMENT .........................................
CAMPUS DAY CARE CENTRE INC. ............
CANDO CHILD CARE & DEVELOPMENT
CENTRE .....................................................
CANORA COMMUNITY CHILDCARE
CENTRE INC. ............................................
CARDINAL LEGER EXTENDED CARE
COOPERATIVE ..........................................
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 PETITS
PINGOUINS INC. .......................................
CENTRE EDUCATIF POMME D'API .............
CHILD CARE CENTRE CO-OPERATIVE ......
CHILDREN FIRST CHILD CARE
CENTRE INC. ............................................
CHILDREN'S CHOICE CHILD
DEVELOPMENT CO-OPERATIVE.............
CHURCHBRIDGE DAYCARE
COOPERATIVE ..........................................
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...................................
CREATIVE CORNERS CHILD CARE
CO-OPERATIVE .........................................
CREIGHTON COMMUNITY DAYCARE
INC. ............................................................
DOODLE BUG DAY CARE INC. ...................
DR. BRASS DAY CARE CENTRE INC. ........
DUCK LAKE CHILD & FAMILY
HEALTH CENTER INC. .............................
DUCKY DAY CARE CO-OPERATIVE ............
DUNDONALD CHILD CARE CENTRE...........

Education

59,340
118,680

75,600
82,040

125,180
75,540
202,719
181,102
98,652
167,097
120,681
135,360
128,678
79,784
174,460
149,739
135,576
93,858
309,249
139,245
221,177
57,023
64,960
99,249
304,478
97,020
583,439
241,902
264,173
150,117
229,198
184,777
116,400
116,603
158,975
96,670
51,406
231,463
135,519
96,143

83
E-TAHKANAWASOT INFANT CARE
CENTRE CORP. ........................................
EASTVIEW DAY CARE CO-OPERATIVE
ASSOC. ......................................................
EHRLO EARLY LEARNING CENTRE ............
ESTEVAN DAY CARE CO-OPERATIVE ........
FAMILIES FIRST CHILDCARE
CENTRE CORP. ........................................
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 CHILD CARE INC. .................
FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ................................................
FOAM LAKE DAYCARE .................................
FOUR SQUARED 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. ........
HAPPY HANDS & FEET CHILDCARE
CENTRE CORPORATION ..........................
HAZLET EARLY LEARNING CENTRE ...........
HERITAGE CHRISTIAN SCHOOL
DAYCARE ...................................................
HOPE'S HOME ...............................................
HUDSON BAY CHILD CARE
CO-OPERATIVE .........................................
HUMBOLDT CO-OPERATIVE DAY CARE
CENTRE ......................................................
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. ........................
KINISTINO CHILD CARE CENTRE INC. .......
LA LOCHE DAYCARE CENTRE INC. ...........
LA LOCHE PRE-SCHOOL
ASSOCIATION ............................................
LA RONGE CHILD CARE
CO-OPERATIVE .........................................
LAKELAND PRESCHOOL & DAYCARE
CO-OPERATIVE .........................................
LANGENBURG & DISTRICT DAYCARE
CO-OPERATIVE .........................................
LANIGAN CO-OPERATIVE DAY CARE .........
LE CENTRE EDUCATIF FELIX LE
CHAT ...........................................................
LEARNING TREE CHILD
DEVELOPMENT CENTRE INC. ................
LITTLE CASTLE CHILDCARE CENTRE
INC. ............................................................
LITTLE MEMORIES CHILD CARE
CO-OPERATIVE .........................................
LITTLE SOULS DAYCARE .............................

130,320
100,586
470,229
271,545
232,132
423,526
100,740
112,573
187,080
308,722
65,016
109,516
70,073
135,949
77,029
73,178
211,774
115,543
132,366
86,958
154,883
62,593
98,880
366,852
93,229
121,454
120,106
85,818
128,883
141,251
149,786
180,980
368,531
54,082
110,193
54,608
155,050
272,142
153,372
119,865
149,006
214,741
264,103
106,069
112,247
208,868

84
LUTHERAN DAY CARE/PRESCHOOL
INC. ............................................................
LUTHERAN DAYCARE/PRESCHOOL
INC. (MARTENSVILLE) ..............................
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 .......
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 PARK CHILD CARE
CO-OPERATIVE .........................................
NORTH WEST CHILD DEVELOPMENT
CENTRE .....................................................
OAK TREES & ACORNS CHILD CARE
CENTRE INC. ............................................
OGEMA TOTAL LEARNING &
CHILDCARE INC. ......................................
OPEN DOOR PLAYCARE INC. .....................
PARENT'S CHILD DEVELOPMENT
COOPERATIVE ..........................................
PE-WAPAN CHILD CARE INC. .....................
PERDUE DAYCARE 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 FAMILY CHURCH
INC. ............................................................
PRINCE ALBERT GRAND COUNCIL
LEARN & GROW FAMILY DAY
CARE ..........................................................
PRINCE ALBERT MONTESSORI
PRESCHOOL-DAYCARE
KINDERGARTEN........................................
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 LITTLE LAMBS CHILDCARE...........
REGINA OPEN DOOR SOCIETY CHILD
CARE CENTRE ..........................................

Education
122,455
82,673
465,637
182,140
92,844
137,811
139,761
191,055
352,609
111,100
50,478
278,144
108,117
457,855
78,570
199,395
208,258
101,265
70,463
111,578
157,320
94,520
151,956
670,043
166,891
111,615
104,511
246,076
87,113
342,450
92,050
459,930
211,198
123,850
134,420
321,500
73,263
124,174
126,470
246,893
339,686
99,959
67,890
344,880

Public Accounts, 2010-11


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 ALBERT PARK
CHILDCARE INC. ......................................
SANDY BAY STUDENT/PARENT
BABYSITTING CORP. ..............................
SASKATOON DAY CARE DIRECTOR'S
ASSOCIATION 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 ........................................
SIAST CHILDREN'S DAY CARE
CENTRE INC. ............................................
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 ........................................
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. ..........
SWIFT CURRENT COMPREHENSIVE
DAY CARE CTR INC. ................................
TATAGWA KIDZ KARE INC. .........................
THEODORE ABC DAYCARE CENTRE
INC. ...........................................................
TISDALE TINY TORNADOES DAYCARE
INC. ...........................................................
TRANSCONA PARK CHILD CARE
CO-OPERATIVE ........................................
TURTLE PARK CO-OPERATIVE CHILD
CARE CENTRE ..........................................
TURTLEFORD EARLY LEARNING
CENTER INC. ............................................
TYKES N TOTS DAYCARE &
PRESCHOOL CENTRE .............................
USSU CHILD CARE CENTRE .......................
VAL MARIE COMMUNITY DAY CARE
INC. ...........................................................
VANSCOY & DISTRICT EARLY
LEARNING CENTER .................................
VILLAGE CENTRE CHILD CARE ..................
WASCANA DAY CARE CO-OPERATIVE ......
WASKAHIGANIHK EARLY CHILDHOOD
DEVELOPMENT CENTRE CORP. ...........
WAWOTA & COMMUNITY EARLY
LEARNING CENTER .................................
WELDON CHILD CARE INC. ........................

78,874
144,101
186,325
264,370
117,760
300,060
194,297
155,172
230,595
231,067
809,180
288,233
203,211
187,995
143,967
381,555
159,086
164,374
763,573
233,239
227,180
267,473
1,044,277
69,922
64,522
133,768
114,853
156,060
164,000
201,068
87,042
116,132
180,260
217,380
188,689
95,720
221,428
86,750
111,073
145,820
136,570
90,880
99,408
81,755

Public Accounts, 2010-11


WESMOR COMMUNITY HIGH SCHOOL
TEEN FACILITY CENTER ..........................
WEST FLAT CITIZENS GROUP INC. ...........
WEST RIDGE CHILDCARE CENTRE
CORP. ........................................................
WEST SIDE EARLY LEARNING AND
CARE COOP ..............................................
WHITMORE PARK CHILD CARE
COOPERATIVE ..........................................
WISE OWL SCHOOL AGE CARE INC. ........
WISH UPON A STAR EARLY
LEARNING CENTRE INC. .........................
WOODLAND CHILD CARE
COOPERATIVE ..........................................
YMCA CHILD CARE CENTRE .......................
YMCA CHILD DEVELOPMENT CENTRE ......
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 .........................

Education
173,062
287,330
148,046
160,515
112,284
57,180
83,255
133,730
329,737
252,481
235,600
342,457
553,787
267,050
166,496
554,552
123,500
191,169

Early Childhood Education


BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE
CHINOOK SCHOOL DIVISION
NO. 211 OF SASKATCHEWAN ................. $
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE
NORTH EAST SCHOOL DIVISION
OF SASKATCHEWAN ................................
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE
SOUTH EAST CORNERSTONE
SCHOOL DIVISION NO. 209
OF SASKATCHEWAN ................................

54,000

85
READ SASKATOON INC. ..............................
SASKATCHEWAN ABORIGINAL
LITERACY NETWORK INC. ......................
SASKATCHEWAN INSTITUTE OF
APPLIED SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY.......
SASKATCHEWAN LITERACY NETWORK
INC. ............................................................
SOUTHEAST REGIONAL COLLEGE .............
WHITECAP DEVELOPMENT CORP. ............

CHINOOK REGIONAL LIBRARY....................$


LAKELAND LIBRARY REGION ......................
MULTITYPE DATABASE LICENSING
FUND ..........................................................
PAHKISIMON NUYE-AH LIBRARY
SYSTEM ......................................................
PALLISER REGIONAL LIBRARY ...................
PARKLAND REGIONAL LIBRARY .................
REGINA PUBLIC LIBRARY ............................
SASKATOON PUBLIC LIBRARY....................
SOUTHEAST REGIONAL LIBRARY ..............
UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ..............
WAPITI REGIONAL LIBRARY ........................
WHEATLAND REGIONAL LIBRARY ..............

Teachers' Superannuation Plan


(Statutory)

108,000

TEACHERS' DISABILITY BENEFITS


ACCOUNT ...................................................$
TEACHERS' SUPERANNUATION FUND ......

Teachers' Group Life Insurance


(Statutory)

Curriculum and Instruction

SUN LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF


CANADA .....................................................$

Literacy Initiatives
BALCARRES COMMUNITIES LITERACY
NETWORK INC. ........................................ $
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE
SASKATCHEWAN RIVERS SCHOOL
DIVISION NO. 119 OF
SASKATCHEWAN ......................................
CHINOOK REGIONAL LIBRARY ...................
COLLEGE MATHIEU ......................................
GREAT PLAINS COLLEGE ............................
LLOYDMINSTER LEARNING COUNCIL
ASSOCIATION ...........................................
MOOSE JAW & DISTRICT CHAMBER
OF COMMERCE.........................................
NORTHLANDS COLLEGE .............................

82,706

64,955
67,059
130,919

720,054
741,982
90,204
1,031,455
647,381
847,900
553,035
610,757
1,538,760
420,000
1,002,063
828,951

3,321,581
90,524,705

1,778,374

533,334
9,838,924

Saskatchewan Teachers' Retirement


Plan (Statutory)
SASKATCHEWAN TEACHERS'
RETIREMENT PLAN ...................................$

67,000
57,000
65,679
133,761

154,159
59,203
60,000

Teachers' Dental Plan


SUN LIFE ASSURANCE CO. OF
CANADA .....................................................$
TEACHERS' DENTAL PLAN IMPREST
ACCOUNT ...................................................

Literacy (ED17)

153,076

Teachers' Pensions and


Benefits (ED04)

54,000

201,501

158,300

Provincial Library (ED15)

Curriculum and E-Learning


(ED10)

MINISTER OF FINANCE OF ALBERTA ........ $

105,172

60,653,769

Teachers' Extended Health Plan


SASKATCHEWAN TEACHERS'
FEDERATION .............................................$

16,368,855

86

Education

Goods and Services


Minister's Travel
HARPAUER, HON. DONNA M. ..................... $
KRAWETZ, HON. KEN P. ..............................

28,255
7,057

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 CONSULTING ........................................
ARCAS GROUP INC. ....................................
BLACKBOARD 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
PRAIRIE SPIRIT SCHOOL
DIVISION NO. 206 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. WILSON CONSULTING .............................
CANADIAN NATIONAL INSTITUTE
FOR THE BLIND .........................................
CORPORATION OF THE COUNCIL OF
MINISTERS OF EDUCATION
CANADA .....................................................
CRITICAL CONTROL SOLUTIONS INC. ......
ESTI CONSULTING SERVICES ....................
FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
FRONTIER CONSULTING LTD. ...................
GEDDES, VELMA M. .....................................
GREAT KIDS INC. .........................................
JAMES EVANS & ASSOCIATES LTD. ..........
KELSEY TRAIL REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
KOENIG & ASSOCIATES HR
SERVICES INC. .........................................
MAMAWETAN CHURCHILL RIVER
REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY.............
MCMASTER UNIVERSITY .............................
MELVIN, CRAIG .............................................
MERCER CANADA LIMITED .........................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF ADVANCED EDUCATION,
EMPLOYMENT & IMMIGRATION ..............
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES .................

77,288
64,901
53,456
76,815
892,624
101,884

101,209

251,641
176,279

129,691
145,957

83,262
97,555
82,226
246,001
74,953
342,436
100,000
138,054
133,909
107,455
102,060
100,050
55,722
220,000
70,403
63,000
105,529
592,389
12,621,893

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MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
OFFICE ......................................................
PARADIGM CONSULTING GROUP INC. ....
PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
RADISSON HOTEL SASKATOON ................
REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL
HEALTH AUTHORITY ................................
SASKATCHEWAN COMMUNICATIONS
NETWORK .................................................
SASKATCHEWAN TEACHERS'
FEDERATION ............................................
SASKTEL .......................................................
SPENCER, DAVID .........................................
UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN .............
WESTERN LITHO PRINTERS LTD. .............

4,019,867
100,240
100,000
107,806
100,000
140,093
104,195
737,948
55,962
443,126
56,776

Technology Supported Learning


Revolving Fund
Revenue ......................................................... $
Expenses:
Salaries and Benefits ........... $
(717)
Other Expenses ...................
1,483
Net Recovery .................................................. $

31,487
766
30,721

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Energy and Resources

87

Energy and Resources (Vote 23)


The Ministry works to achieve sustainable development of
Saskatchewans diverse energy, mineral and forestry
resources, including oil and gas, potash, and uranium. It
has a regulatory role with industry and develops and
administers various tax and royalty structures related to
resources. It also has a major development and
promotional thrust, with programs and policies that
encourage exploration, research, and value-added
investment in resources and resource projects.

Central Management and Services


(Subvote ER01)
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
Ministrys mandate. 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 Ministrys mandate. Support is provided in
the areas of communications, and financial, administrative,
and information technology services.

Forestry Development
(Subvote ER18)
Objective
To facilitate the growth, sustainability and diversification of
the provincial forest sector through partnerships and
programs that improve industry competitiveness, encourage
investment and expanded product development, and
maximize the value of the provincial forest resources.
Program Delivery
This program works with businesses, communities,
governments and other provincial agencies to develop
policies to enhance forest industry competitiveness,
encourage investment, and facilitate value-added
production in the forest sector. It leads consultations for
renewal and expansion of existing facilities and
development of new value-added businesses; delivery of a
value-added market analysis and research program; and
evaluates and develops solutions to enhance industry
competitiveness.

Revenue and Program Services


(Subvote ER04)
Objective
To assess, collect and audit resource revenues from
industry; to maintain a registry of mineral rights; to provide
payments to holders of mineral trust certificates. It provides
land policy support to provincial initiatives affecting mineral
lands in the Province. The program develops and
implements performance monitoring, business process
improvement, and program review policies, processes and
initiatives for the Ministry.
Program Delivery
This program implements and maintains appropriate
mineral revenue collecting, recording, and auditing

programs; and maintains a mineral ownership records


system. It also implements the mineral provisions of Treaty
Land Entitlement and other Aboriginal land agreements.

Petroleum and Natural Gas


(Subvote ER05)
Objective
To advocate and enforce responsible development of the
Provinces crude oil and natural gas non-renewable
resources for the benefit of the people of the Province. The
specific objectives are to administer Crown petroleum
(crude oil) and natural gas rights; to develop and administer
royalty and production tax regimes for crude oil and natural
gas; to regulate the crude oil and natural gas industry by
establishing and enforcing conservation and environmental
standards; and to collect and distribute production and
sales data and information on crude oil and natural gas
reserves.
Program Delivery
This program manages the Crowns 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 analyses 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 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.

Exploration and Geological Services


(Subvote ER16)
Objective
To identify and promote mineral exploration and
development opportunities in the Province by collecting,
analysing and distributing geo-scientific data and
undertaking research projects; to administer crown mineral
rights for non-petroleum minerals; and collect statistical
information on minerals to assist in revenue collection and
resource management.
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 also maintains records of mining and
exploration activities and production; and administers the

88

Energy and Resources

Crowns mineral rights for commodities such as gold, base


metals, uranium, potash and diamonds. This program also
collects, processes and stores information related to
mineral and oil and gas exploration and mineral production.
It conducts mineral assessments used in land-use planning
and resource management.

Resource and Energy Policy


(Subvote ER06)
Objective
To identify, analyse and develop policies to promote the
energy and mineral sectors and to design and maintain tax
structures to optimize mineral revenues.
Program Delivery
This program provides policy direction on energy and
mineral pricing, taxation and tax incentives for the mineral
sector, and issues related to energy development and
conservation; ensures cost effective recovery and utilization
of energy and mineral resources; and advises on interprovincial and federal-provincial initiatives and issues that
may affect the non-renewable resource producing sectors
of the provincial economy.

Amortization of Capital Assets


(Subvote ER17)
Objective
To provide for the estimated annual consumption of the
Ministrys capital assets that are currently in use to provide
a public service.
Program Delivery
This program accounts for the estimated annual
consumption of the Ministrys 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.

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Energy and Resources

89

Energy and Resources

(thousands of dollars)
Salaries &
Benefits

Central Management and Services (ER01)


Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $
Executive Management........................................................................................
Central Services....................................................................................................
Accommodation Services.....................................................................................
Surface Rights Arbitration Board..........................................................................
Subvote Total

Operating
Transfers

Goods and
Services (1)

288

806

........

31

........

1,595

Revenue and Program Services (ER04)

2,583

........

29

513

........

405

........

3,530

Petroleum and Natural Gas (ER05)

6,968

........

47

646

........

104

........

7,765

Exploration and Geological Services (ER16)

1,262

........

70

84

........

........

........

1,416

Resource and Energy Policy (ER06)


Mineral and Energy Policy....................................................................................
Green Initiatives - Energy.....................................................................................
Energy Sector Initiatives.......................................................................................
Petroleum Technology Research Centre.............................................................
Subvote Total

4,748
........
........
........
4,748

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

25
1,450
306
1,500
3,281

12,175
........
93
........
12,268

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

25,892
........
........
........
25,892

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

42,840
1,450
399
1,500
46,189

........
........
........
........
........ $

........
........
........
........
3,775 $

........
........
........
........
22,833 $

........
........
........
........
29,350 $

........
........
........
........
........ $

4,144
62
25
4,231
77,621

(1) Includes communication expense of $220 and travel expense of $748.

........ $
........
........
........
........
........

Total

........

4,144
62
25
4,231
4,231 $

........ $
........
2,918
........
........
2,918

Internal
Recoveries

470

........
........
........
........
17,432 $

........ $
........
........
........
........
........

Other
Expenses

........ $
20
40
........
........
60

Amortization of Capital Assets (ER17)


Land, Buildings and Improvements......................................................................
Machinery and Equipment....................................................................................
Office and Information Technology......................................................................
Subvote Total
Total
$

........ $
159
4,943
3,396
18
8,516

Capital Asset
Amortization

........ $
........
........
........
........
........

Forestry Development (ER18)

45 $
397
857
........
102
1,401

Capital
Transfers

45
576
8,758
3,396
120
12,895

90

Energy and Resources

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
AMUNDSON, DALE L. ................................... $
ANDERSON, CARL ERIC...............................
ASHTON, KENNETH E. .................................
BALFOUR, MICHAEL .....................................
BERENYI, JASON ..........................................
BHASIN, YASH PAL .......................................
BLAZEIKO, LANA ...........................................
BOSMAN, SEAN .............................................
BRECHT, KIRK J. ..........................................
BREWSTER, ROSE M. ..................................
BRISBOURNE, TERRY ..................................
BROWN, CAROL L. .......................................
BURNETT, JOANNE.......................................
CAMPBELL, KENT .........................................
CARD, COLIN D. ...........................................
CARLSON, MEGAN........................................
CELIS, WASHINGTON ...................................
CHEN, JEAN ...................................................
COLERIDGE, TOM .........................................
CONNELL, LANCE .........................................
COOLICAN, JEFF ...........................................
COOPER, BLAINE ..........................................
CUNNINGHAM, KEITH EDWARD ..................
DANCSOK, EDWARD ....................................
DEGLAU, BEVERLY .......................................
DELANEY, GARY ...........................................
DEOBALD, RHETT A. ....................................
DETHARET, MICHEL R. ................................
DOLTER, RONALD WILFRED .......................
DOMINIQUE, CANDY A. ...............................
DOWNTON, GLEN J. .....................................
DUTCHAK, SHARON .....................................
EASTERBY, CHAD C. ...................................
ELLIS, ROBERT W. .......................................
ERICSON, GARY M. J. ..................................
FARRELL, JANET L. ......................................
FERGUSON, MICHAEL DON .........................
FERNER, RITA ...............................................
FINK, RODERICH WILFRED..........................
FLEGEL, DANETTE........................................
GOOD, KAREN ...............................................
GROB, THERESA M. .....................................
HAIDL, FRANCES ..........................................
HAN, TODD H. ...............................................
HANLY, DAVID C. ..........................................
HANSON, MICHELLE A. ...............................
HEAD, KYLIE M. ............................................
HIEBERT, BONNIE .........................................
HODEL, LYNN M. ..........................................
HOGARTH, KIRK B. ......................................
HUGHES, CORY R. .......................................
HYSUIK, BRENDAN W. L. .............................
JENKINS, GINA ANN-MARIE .........................
JENSEN, GAVIN .............................................
KIEFER, SCOTT C. .......................................
KIMBER, LINTON ...........................................
KLINGELHOFER, MARVIN ............................
KNOX, BERNADETTE ....................................
KOHLRUSS, DANIEL J. .................................
KOWAL, KENNETH M. ..................................
KOZAK, CHARENE ........................................
KRYWULAK, KIM............................................
LAY, JOHN E. ................................................
LENZ, SCOTT C. ...........................................
LERNER, BRUCE ...........................................
LEUNG, CURTIS ............................................

124,547
62,946
108,726
112,568
90,022
69,001
55,259
106,799
56,154
54,683
66,364
65,606
68,765
179,699
102,641
51,756
106,799
84,155
84,755
83,891
86,578
102,055
54,078
145,019
101,822
154,909
76,721
126,952
94,271
78,848
103,769
74,442
73,321
122,185
103,530
71,400
124,547
53,994
91,315
83,341
66,281
83,912
106,799
130,313
69,015
85,998
76,279
53,392
53,859
88,134
104,237
72,788
69,680
99,296
54,707
87,897
87,886
91,130
88,391
94,316
68,927
72,551
62,204
71,417
106,799
84,467

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LISSEL, JODY L. ...........................................


LOLACHER, MARILYN L. .............................
LOSETH, HOWARD M. .................................
LOSETH, JANICE E. .....................................
LOVE, MEGAN E. .........................................
LOVE, THOMAS .............................................
LOWE, DENNIS .............................................
LOYDL, MYLES A. J. ....................................
MACDOUGALL, TWYLA ................................
MACK, EARLINE ............................................
MACKNIGHT, DOUGLAS G. .........................
MAHNIC, PAUL A. .........................................
MAJORE, LINDA ............................................
MARINESCU, ANI ..........................................
MARSH, ARDEN ............................................
MATZ, ALLISON .............................................
MAXEINER, RALF O. ....................................
MCINTYRE, DEBBIE F. ................................
MCLEOD, JANE .............................................
MIILLER, RANDAL S. ....................................
MOFFATT-FRIESEN, FAYE ..........................
MONTENEGRO, MICHEL A. ........................
MORELLI, RYAN M. ......................................
MUSIC, TYLER ..............................................
NELISSEN, BRAM J. .....................................
NEWKIRK, ANGELE ......................................
NICKEL, ERIK ................................................
NORMAND, CHARLES ..................................
O'BRIEN, MIKE ..............................................
O'DONOHOE, DEIRDRE ...............................
OCHIENG, FREDRICK ..................................
OHLHEISER, BRIAN ......................................
PATTERSON, GEORGE ................................
PEAKE, ELAINE V. .......................................
PELZER, CAMERON .....................................
PETERSON, ANN M. ....................................
PETTIGREW, KATHLEEN A. ........................
POWERS, SHARRON E. ..............................
PUSHOR, LAURIE M. ...................................
PYLYPUK, DEAN ...........................................
RAAF, ERIN ...................................................
RAYMOND, RODNEY G. ..............................
REA, NICOLE .................................................
READ, DEBORAH L. .....................................
REAVLEY, ROYCE P. ...................................
REDING, DEAN ..............................................
RELLAND, JUSTIN ........................................
RITTER, JEFF ................................................
ROGERS, MURRAY C. .................................
ROSKE, DARWIN E. .....................................
RUGGLES, ROBERT GRAY ..........................
RYMES, STEPHEN ........................................
SANDERS, HAL DAVID .................................
SAUFERT, AARON ........................................
SCHMIDT, TOM M. .......................................
SCHNEIDER, ROY F. ...................................
SCHREINER, DONNA ...................................
SEIDLITZ, HENRY H. ....................................
SIMMONS, GARTH D. ..................................
SLIMMON, WILLIAM L. .................................
SLYWKA, ED ..................................................
SMITH, ROCHELLE .......................................
SMYSNIUK, STANLEY ROY ..........................
SOUTHAM, BRIAN L. ....................................
SPIERS, DEBBIE J. ......................................
STADNYK, MURRAY S. ................................
STANLEY, LAWRENCE W. ..........................
SUMNERS, W. SCOTT ..................................
TAYLOR, KYLE M. ........................................
THACKERAY, JERRY ....................................
TICE, KATHLEEN J. ......................................
TROYER, D. ROBERT ...................................
TSAKAS, JAMES P. ......................................
UNGAR, LINDA ..............................................
UTKE, JORDON .............................................
WAGNER, BRAD D. ......................................

66,970
54,665
113,291
69,446
64,460
65,464
84,428
54,769
103,075
52,209
124,547
134,226
73,217
77,423
97,163
73,796
112,460
50,387
79,769
67,280
65,530
106,799
115,303
58,002
99,152
56,738
101,405
106,546
51,233
87,910
85,481
73,129
137,855
77,039
113,291
54,294
57,840
56,690
135,027
115,560
88,391
68,672
57,272
52,739
106,751
106,799
73,695
113,291
106,799
106,289
172,448
126,548
162,799
71,926
87,016
77,116
88,364
94,715
94,626
111,748
88,186
92,676
73,960
91,273
50,223
90,334
103,055
61,536
69,680
83,478
53,782
97,127
73,911
81,435
53,374
106,799

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WAGNER, PAUL L. .......................................
WALKER, PATTI.............................................
WALLACE, DEBBIE LYNNE...........................
WAUGH, JENNA JE .......................................
WEBBER, LARRY DALE ................................
WEST, ALBERT F. ........................................
WESTERMAN, DEBORAH N. .......................
WILHELM, BRUCE D. ...................................
WILSON, DONNA L. ......................................
WIST, FLOYD G. ...........................................
WOG, KEVIN ..................................................
WOLBAUM, GLORIA JEAN............................
WONG, MARCELLINUS .................................
YANG, CHAO .................................................
YURKOSKI, C. DOREEN ...............................
YURKOWSKI, MELINDA ................................
ZBOROWSKI, CRAIG.....................................
ZHANG, VICTOR ............................................
ZMETANA, DUSTIN .......................................
ZWEIFEL, LOVYL ...........................................

Energy and Resources


69,680
52,209
106,845
53,823
73,305
98,255
106,799
106,799
78,910
125,447
70,996
71,529
87,914
106,754
103,055
112,340
75,657
75,566
62,305
70,473

Allowances for Members with Additional Duties


BOYD, BILL R. ............................................... $

44,837

Transfers
Listed, by program, are transfers to recipients who received
$50,000 or more.

Forestry Development (ER18)


AGENCY CHIEFS TRIBAL COUNCIL
INC. ............................................................ $
MONTREAL LAKE CREE NATION ................

187,500
100,000

Resource and Energy Policy


(ER06)
Green Initiatives - Energy
PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH
CENTRE ..................................................... $

1,450,000

Energy Sector Initiatives


INNOVATION SASKATCHEWAN .................. $

255,000

Petroleum Technology Research Centre


PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH
CENTRE ..................................................... $

1,500,000

91

Goods and Services


Minister's Travel
BOYD, HON. BILL R. .....................................$
BRADSHAW, FRED F. ...................................
HEPPNER, HON. NANCY ..............................
MICHELSON, WARREN D. ...........................

36,904
5,870
1,966
711

Goods and Services


Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for the
provision of goods and services, including travel, office
supplies, communications, contracts, and equipment.
AMEX CANADA INC. ACCOUNTS
CONTROL & SERVICES ............................$
BMO PURCHASE CARDS-ENERGY &
RESOURCES ..............................................
CONFERENCE BOARD OF CANADA ...........
DELOITTE INC. ..............................................
FPINNOVATIONS ...........................................
FUJITSU CONSULTING (CANADA)
INC. ............................................................
GOWLING LAFLEUR HENDERSON ..............
HBI OFFICE PLUS INC. .................................
INFORMATION SERVICES
CORPORATION ..........................................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES .................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
OFFICE .......................................................
NATIONAL TRUST CO. .................................
NELSON MULLINS RILEY &
SCARBOROUGH LLP ................................
PHOENIX ADVERTISING GROUP INC. .......
SASKATCHEWAN RESEARCH
COUNCIL ....................................................
WESTMARK CONSULTING LLP ....................

110,637
1,067,323
77,586
63,585
270,000
187,809
270,586
65,641
307,702
3,684,814
4,326,952
54,400
101,530
139,857
11,065,091
68,841

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Enterprise and Innovation Programs

Enterprise and Innovation Programs (Vote 43)


The Vote provides funding for programs that are the direct
responsibility of the Minister of Enterprise that have not
been assigned to Enterprise Saskatchewan. The Ministry
of Finance has the responsibility to provide to the Minister
of Enterprise administrative and financial services to carry
out these programs.

Investment Programs (Subvote EI03)


Objective
To provide funding through community based organizations
to non-traditional entrepreneurs, as well as financial
incentives to encourage the production of ethanol in the
Province.
Program Delivery
This program provides financial assistance for economic
development initiatives through the Small Business Loans
Association Program, which makes funds available through
community-run organizations to new and existing
businesses. The Ethanol Grant Program encourages the
development of an ethanol industry in the Province by
providing a grant for ethanol produced in Saskatchewan.

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94

Enterprise and Innovation Programs

(thousands of dollars)
Salaries &
Benefits

Capital
Transfers

Operating
Transfers

Goods and
Services

Capital Asset
Amortization

Other
Expenses

Internal
Recoveries

Total

Investment Programs (EI03)


Small Business Loan Associations - Concessionary Allowance......................... $
Small Business Loan Associations - Loan Loss Provision..................................
Ethanol Fuel Tax Rebate......................................................................................

........ $
........
........

........ $
........
........

196 $
........
23,800

........ $
........
........

........ $
........
........

........ $
118
........

........ $
........
........

196
118
23,800

Total

........ $

........ $

23,996 $

........ $

........ $

118 $

........ $

24,114

Transfers
Listed, by program, are transfers to recipients who received $50,000 or more.

Investment Programs (EI03)


Small Business Loan Associations - Concessionary
Allowance
CONCESSIONARY ALLOWANCES SMALL
BUSINESS LOANS ASSOCIATION........................................ $

195,807

Ethanol Fuel Tax Rebate


CONSUMER'S CO-OPERATIVE
REFINERIES LTD. .................................................................. $
HUSKY GROUP OF COMPANIES..............................................
HUSKY OIL LTD. ........................................................................
IMPERIAL OIL..............................................................................
PARKLAND INDUSTRIES LTD. .................................................
SHELL CANADA PRODUCTS.....................................................
SUNCOR ENERGY PRODUCTS
PARTNERSHIP........................................................................

8,970,314
348,388
1,033,266
3,303,710
4,206,145
2,718,866
3,219,311

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Enterprise Saskatchewan

Enterprise Saskatchewan (Vote 83)


Enterprise Saskatchewan (ES) is the central economic
development agency of the Government of Saskatchewan,
with responsibility for developing and implementing
Saskatchewans long-term growth strategy. Based on
stakeholder participation and collaborative decision-making,
ES makes economic strategy recommendations for the
Province; establishes, monitors and reports on key
indicators of economic growth; enhances regional economic
development; and coordinates business attraction and
marketing efforts to promote Saskatchewan as the best
place to live, work, operate a business, and invest.

Operations (Subvote ES01)


Objective
To provide support for Sector Teams, Enterprise Regions,
and Strategic Issues Councils. It also provides corporate
operational support including marketing, policy
development and economic performance monitoring
required for the delivery of the Agencys mandate.

Programs (Subvote ES02)


Objective
To provide sustainable economic growth in Saskatchewan
by administering various programs to support economic
development.

Transfers
All expenses from this vote were transfers to Enterprise
Saskatchewan.

Operations (ES01) ........... $ 21,373,000


Programs (ES02)
Enterprise Regions ................................. $

3,952,000

Saskatchewan Trade and Export


Partnership.......................................... $

3,261,000

Community Development
Trust .................................................... $

11,000,000

95

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Environment (Vote 26)


The Ministry works with Saskatchewan stakeholders to
protect our water, air and natural resources to achieve a
high environmental standard and to support sustainable
development in the usage of these resources. The Ministry
guides government 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
Programs in this subvote provide executive direction and
centrally-managed services in the areas of finance,
communications, and other operational services including
accommodations required for the delivery of the Ministrys
mandate. It also provides central services to the Ministry of
Tourism, Parks, Culture and Sport for shared service on a
cost-recovery basis.

Climate Change (Subvote EN06)


Objective
To provide leadership in the development of the provincial
climate change program and Go Green Fund efforts to
reduce greenhouse gas emissions and deliver initiatives in
support of a government-wide approach to improved
emission reductions, water conservation and energy
efficiency.
Program Delivery
This program develops and administers policies,
regulations and performance standards to deliver the
provincial climate change plan. It provides direction in the
development of the provincial offsets system and in
greenhouse gas emission measurement, reporting and
verification, and it delivers public awareness and education
initiatives related to climate change. It also leads the
development of the provincial Go Green Plan and delivers
initiatives in support of a government-wide approach to
improve environmental management in the province.

Land (Subvote EN15)


Objective
To develop and administer policies and programs for
managing Crown resource land 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 to
maintain a healthy ecosystem in balance with land use. It
issues dispositions for petroleum and mineral exploration
and development, wild rice production, building cabins,
operating outfitting or youth camps and peat harvesting. It
develops and implements land use plans and
environmental studies, and responds to Treaty Land
Entitlement and specific land claims involving Crown land.

Environmental Support
(Subvote EN14)
Objective
To coordinate and deliver key functions, policies and
activities across the Ministry including: strategic planning,
performance improvement, aboriginal liaison for policy,
client service, information management and geomatic
services, and technical review.
Program Delivery
This program provides leadership and direction in the areas
of strategic planning, risk assessment and performance
reporting. It develops and coordinates Aboriginal resource
management programming. It delivers centralized
information management and technology projects and
services, and corporate geomatics and mapping services.
It serves as a single point client contact for Ministry
approvals to industry, small municipalities, small business
and first time entrants into the environmental regulatory
process. It also coordinates technical review teams across
the Ministry, liaises with external groups, coordinates the
development of the Saskatchewan Environmental Code
under results-based regulations, and develops new air
monitoring and airshed protection plans.

Fish, Wildlife and Biodiversity


(Subvote EN07)
Objective
To maintain and enhance fish and wildlife, biological
diversity and healthy ecosystems within the Province.
Program Delivery
This program ensures sustainable fish and wildlife
populations; biological diversity and healthy ecosystems
remain available for the recreational, social and economic
benefit of Saskatchewan people. The Fish and Wildlife
Development Fund receives a portion of the revenue from
the hunting, trapping and angling licenses sold in the
province to secure ecologically important fish and wildlife
habitat, and promote resource education and endangered
species programming.

Compliance and Field Services


(Subvote EN08)
Objective
To deliver environmental protection, natural resource
allocation, compliance and enforcement services Province
wide.
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, based on the Ministrys compliance
strategy and risk assessment, which support protection of
the environment and management of natural resource
utilization, and maintains a hazardous spill emergency
response unit. It also provides compliance and field
services in provincial parks to the Ministry of Tourism,
Parks, Culture and Sport on a cost-recovery basis.

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Environment

97

Environmental Protection and Audit


(Subvote EN11)

Amortization of Capital Assets


(Subvote EN18)

Objective
To balance peoples interaction with the environment
through the development and coordination of environmental
policies, programs and legislation for the protection and
enhancement of human health and ecosystem integrity.

Objective
To provide for the estimated annual consumption of the
Ministrys capital assets that are currently in use to provide
a public service.

Program Delivery
This program provides policies and planning, standard
setting, partnerships, and ecological monitoring guidance
for a diverse collection of the Ministrys environmental
protection programs including the centralized development
of programs for water and wastewater, hazardous
substances and contaminated sites, industrial operations,
mining and milling operations, solid waste management,
and the collection of recyclable wastes. It manages the
Governments environmental impact assessment process
and leads the environmental audit program, which supports
the Ministrys compliance model. It also provides financial
support to the Saskatchewan Watershed Authority that has
a mandate to manage water supplies and protect source
water quality. This program is also responsible for 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 forestry
management; and to promote economic development of
forest products and mitigate the effects of natural forces
that degrade forests.
Program Delivery
This program maintains a forest resource database for
management of commercial forests; encourages economic
opportunities using timber and other forest products;
promotes sustainability of forested lands; develops and
manages forestry related legislation, regulations and
policies and provides geomatics services.

Fire Management and Forest


Protection (Subvote EN10)
Objective
To ensure sufficient firefighting resources, work with local
residents to reduce fire risk and improve fire protection,
reduce forest fuels especially near communities and
rehabilitate fire damaged ecosystems.
Program Delivery
This program plans and delivers forest fire management
activities, including detection, preparedness and
suppression programs. It conducts public wildfire
awareness, wildfire risk mitigation activities and wildland fire
educational programs. It operates the Provinces fleet of
fire fighting aircraft. It also maintains meteorological and
communications services and provides for recoverable
costs incurred while assisting other jurisdictions with fire
suppression activities.

Program Delivery
This program accounts for the estimated annual
consumption of the Ministrys capital assets. Amortization
is calculated using the straight-line method based on the
estimated useful service life of the asset with the exception
of heavy equipment, which is based on usage.
Amortization is a non-voted, non-cash expense.

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Environment

98

Environment

(thousands of dollars)
Salaries &
Benefits

Central Management and Services (EN01)


Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $
Executive Management........................................................................................
Central Services....................................................................................................
Accommodation Services.....................................................................................
Subvote Total
Climate Change (EN06)
Green Initiatives....................................................................................................
Green Initiatives - SARCAN..................................................................................
Climate Change Program.....................................................................................
Subvote Total

45 $
1,265
4,270
........
5,580

196
........
643
839

Capital
Transfers
........ $
........
........
........
........

Operating
Transfers
........ $
........
........
........
........

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

9,236
4,600
........
13,836

Goods and
Services (1)
........ $
187
5,368
5,554
11,109

Capital Asset
Amortization

Other
Expenses

Internal
Recoveries

Total

........ $
........
........
........
........

........ $
........
347
........
347

........ $
........
(548)
........
(548)

45
1,452
9,437
5,554
16,488

1,048
........
338
1,386

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

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

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

10,480
4,600
981
16,061

Land (EN15)

2,266

........

........

399

........

........

........

2,665

Environmental Support (EN14)


Aboriginal Relations..............................................................................................
Strategic Planning and Performance Improvement.............................................
Information Management and Geomatics............................................................
Client Services......................................................................................................
Technical Resources............................................................................................
Subvote Total

520
350
1,399
652
1,505
4,426

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

87
........
........
........
80
167

172
166
1,185
63
894
2,480

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

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

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

779
516
2,584
715
2,479
7,073

Fish, Wildlife and Biodiversity (EN07)


Fish and Wildlife Program....................................................................................
Fish and Wildlife Development Fund...................................................................
Subvote Total

2,960
........
2,960

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

1,704
........
1,704

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

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

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

4,824
3,622
8,446

2,765
1,478
4,243

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

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

(534)
(125)
(659)

12,072
3,882
15,954

611
483
9
178
........
........
........

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

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

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

4,153
2,368
9
970
17,721
965
561

........
........
........
1,281

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

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

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

866
2,022
45,015
74,650

Compliance and Field Services (EN08)


Field Operations....................................................................................................
Compliance and Enforcement..............................................................................
Subvote Total
Environmental Protection (EN11)
Municipal...............................................................................................................
Industrial................................................................................................................
Environmental Audit..............................................................................................
Environmental Assessment..................................................................................
Beverage Container Collection and Recycling System.......................................
Saskatchewan Watershed Authority - Operations...............................................
Saskatchewan Watershed Authority - Water Control..........................................
Saskatchewan Watershed Authority - Water Infrastructure
Rehabilitation...................................................................................................
Saskatchewan Watershed Authority - Water Quality...........................................
Saskatchewan Watershed Authority - Flood Relief.............................................
Subvote Total

9,841
2,516
12,357

160
3,622
3,782

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

........
13
13

3,506
1,885
........
792
........
........
........

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

36
........
........
........
17,721
965
561

........
........
........
6,183

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

866
2,022
45,015
67,186

Public Accounts, 2010-11


Forest Services (EN09)
Forest Programs...................................................................................................
Reforestation.........................................................................................................
Insect and Disease Control...................................................................................
Subvote Total

Environment
4,632
........
6
4,638

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

60
........
........
60

1,202
2,440
1,131
4,773

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

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

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

5,894
2,440
1,137
9,471

10
........
........
10

33,118
255
1
33,374

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

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

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

56,055
723
9
56,787

........
........
........
........
........
........
(1,207) $

71
301
890
4,668
370
6,300
213,895

Fire Management and Forest Protection (EN10)


Forest Fire Operations..........................................................................................
Recoverable Fire Suppression Operations..........................................................
Forest Fire Capital Projects..................................................................................
Subvote Total

22,927
468
8
23,403

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

Amortization of Capital Assets (EN18)


Infrastructure.........................................................................................................
Land, Buildings and Improvements......................................................................
Machinery and Equipment....................................................................................
Transportation Equipment....................................................................................
Office and Information Technology......................................................................
Subvote Total
Total
$

........
........
........
........
........
........
62,652 $

........
........
........
........
........
........
........ $

(1) Includes communication expense of $1,181 and travel expense of $5,943.

99

........
........
........
........
........
........
85,054 $

........
........
........
........
........
........
60,749 $

71
301
888
4,260
370
5,890
5,890 $

........
........
2
408
........
410
757 $

100

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
ACHTYMICHUK, DALE E. ............................. $
ACKERMAN, NELSON R. .............................
ADAMS, MARK C. .........................................
ADILMAN, GREGORY ....................................
ALLEN, JAMES M. .........................................
ANDERSEN, MICHAEL D. .............................
ANDRYCHUK, TYRONE P. ...........................
ARMSTRONG, KEN .......................................
ARNOLD, LORI ...............................................
ARSCOTT, RAYMOND...................................
ASHCROFT, PETER ......................................
ASHTON, RICHARD L. ..................................
ATKINSON, ANDREA .....................................
AUBE, KENNETH MARVIN ............................
AUGER, LOUIS J. ..........................................
BAKER, CAMERON F. ..................................
BAKHSH, NADEEM ........................................
BAKKE, MICHAEL P. .....................................
BALICKI, ROBBERT ALLEN...........................
BANKS, MICHAEL D. ....................................
BANNISTER, RONALD...................................
BARLOW, KARLA G. .....................................
BASCHAK, LAWRENCE.................................
BASCHUK, KELLY..........................................
BAST, DANNY A. ...........................................
BATES, RICHARD L. .....................................
BEATTY, CAMILLE M. ...................................
BEECHER, GORDON D. ...............................
BELL, JERI L. .................................................
BELL, JOHN....................................................
BENZ, YVONNE M. .......................................
BEREZOWSKY, RONALD J. .........................
BIHUN, GEORGE A. ......................................
BILOKURY, MYRON R. .................................
BITTER, BRENT .............................................
BJARNASON, DAVID J. ................................
BOCK, RALPH E. ...........................................
BODNARYK, DARRYL E. ..............................
BOEHM, JOACHIM R. ...................................
BOEHR, WESLEY E. .....................................
BONE, WILLIAM G. .......................................
BORGERSON, DON A. .................................
BOSGOED, CHARLES A. ..............................
BOURLON, EARL E. ......................................
BRAATEN, ERIC S. .......................................
BRAATEN, MARIE A. ....................................
BRADBURN, CONNIE LEA ............................
BREKER, KARL THEODORE.........................
BREKER, TERRY C. ......................................
BREMNER, JESS J. ......................................
BROADFOOT, RODERICK A. .......................
BROWN, BARRY C. ......................................
BROWN, CHRISTOPHER R. .........................
BROWN, EDWARD B. ...................................
BROWN, MICHELLE G. .................................
BROWN, ROGER ...........................................
BRUCE, ROBERT W. ....................................
BUDD, CORNELIUS G. .................................
BUETTNER, KEVIN C. ..................................
BURTNEY, MATTHEW J. A. ..........................
BUSCH, ROBERT J. ......................................
BUSSE, ANDREA M. .....................................
BUSSE, ANDY J. ...........................................
CAISSY, NED K. ............................................
CALLELE, KEVIN K. ......................................
CAMPBELL, DOUGLAS M. ...........................

66,892
64,289
75,781
79,800
80,880
65,758
68,575
65,448
66,678
59,404
65,594
126,549
97,238
99,359
63,101
96,345
65,563
66,773
52,410
66,178
80,359
51,108
83,396
83,629
60,418
72,109
53,824
57,827
51,454
56,361
58,985
113,590
86,409
103,055
98,299
66,945
96,505
97,341
64,963
84,733
96,489
54,580
103,055
84,712
87,055
58,727
72,544
65,465
62,991
50,224
75,271
86,330
88,531
84,063
53,190
87,240
65,152
54,692
71,548
53,627
87,734
57,190
76,583
64,435
137,247
71,087

Public Accounts, 2010-11

CAMPBELL, DUNCAN J. ..............................


CAMPBELL, KRISTA .....................................
CARLSON, RANDELL LYLE ..........................
CARLSON, WARNER FRANCIS ...................
CASAVANT, FELIX ........................................
CHARTRAND, JAMIE W. ..............................
CHELL, REGAN J. ........................................
CHERNEY, BRADEN K. ................................
CHISHOLM, DOUGLAS .................................
CLARK, A. KIM ...............................................
CLARKE, CHRIS ............................................
CLARKE, MURRAY........................................
CLOAK, HAZEL E. ........................................
COLEMAN, ROCKNEY ..................................
CONNORS, KIMBERLY G. ...........................
COOK, ANDY .................................................
COSSETTE, RYAN R. ...................................
COTTRELLE, JANICE ....................................
CRAYNE, KELLY D. ......................................
CRIDLAND, LORNE J. ..................................
CUMMINS, RONALD A. ................................
DAGENAIS, HENRI J. ...................................
DAHL, KEITH M. ...........................................
DAIGNEAULT, DENNIS G. ...........................
DALE-JOHNSON, DOUG ...............................
DALEY, MICHAEL ANTHONY .......................
DALLYN, CHRIS E. .......................................
DANYLUK, DAN S. ........................................
DAS, BIPLOB .................................................
DAVIES, JEFF O. ..........................................
DAVIS, KIM ....................................................
DEAN, EDWARD LOUIS ................................
DEARBORN, BRUCE ELMER .......................
DEBRUIN, JOHN W. .....................................
DEBUSSCHERE, ALAN .................................
DECKER, PHILIP G. .....................................
DECORBY, DELMAR .....................................
DELONG, HOWARD ......................................
DERENIWSKI, JEFF ......................................
DESJARLAIS, HENRY J. ..............................
DESROSIERS, DEBORA K. .........................
DIEMERT, BRETT ..........................................
DIETZ, MARK P. ...........................................
DILLABAUGH, KENNETH G. ........................
DOBKO, STEPHEN A. ..................................
DOELL, VERNON ..........................................
DORMA, EVERETT ........................................
DOROSH, DAVE M ........................................
DOUSLIN, RICHARD L. ................................
DOWNES, KEITH A. .....................................
DOYLE, MARK D. .........................................
DRUMHELLER, KYLE Z. ..............................
DUBELT, TED ................................................
DUFFY, MARK J. ..........................................
DUMONT, DONNA .........................................
DUNCAN, GRANT E. ....................................
DUNCAN, KIRK A. ........................................
DUROCHER, CLEMENT ................................
DUSHIRE, KRISTOPHER ..............................
DWERNYCHUK, DREW G. ...........................
DYCK, ADAM A. J. ........................................
DYCK, GARRY A. .........................................
DYCK, NORMAN E. ......................................
DYCK, NORMAN L. .......................................
DYE, DWAYNE ..............................................
EDWARDS, JOHN DONALD .........................
EHALT, LYLE F. ............................................
ELDERKIN, IRA B. ........................................
ENGELE, DENIS H. ......................................
ENGELE, RYAN D. .......................................
ERICKSON, RONALD W. .............................
ESPIE, RICHARD H. M. ................................
EVANS, RYAN W. .........................................
FAFARD, JEAN-CLAUDE P. .........................
FAN, BAOSHENG ..........................................
FANG, XILIN ...................................................

97,980
73,557
65,551
74,326
93,779
71,911
81,092
69,850
63,391
113,291
66,911
60,361
54,688
130,517
60,935
79,600
102,048
81,972
66,162
68,691
80,001
55,182
67,487
89,021
89,598
66,872
60,694
93,282
93,837
77,817
86,940
98,581
86,004
86,550
66,868
90,422
65,584
78,665
55,839
83,398
64,972
69,974
81,234
78,610
70,687
65,655
94,399
70,409
93,779
59,679
78,111
60,039
62,311
98,177
59,759
64,943
53,023
88,735
68,971
58,140
64,250
79,082
52,320
68,615
88,303
93,779
98,841
73,710
113,815
61,664
105,090
84,324
80,723
75,222
55,794
78,606

Public Accounts, 2010-11


FEDORUK, VERNA L. ...................................
FERGUSON, MARTY GLEN ..........................
FERLAND, MARCEL O. ................................
FERRIS, SAMUEL A. .....................................
FIALA, CALVIN G. .........................................
FINLAY, TREVOR K. .....................................
FISCHER, JAMES L. .....................................
FITZSIMONDS, KEVIN D. .............................
FLETCHER, ERICA E. ...................................
FLOCH, DAVID J. ..........................................
FLODELL, MICHAEL E. .................................
FONTAINE, NORMAN ....................................
FORBES, LARA ..............................................
FRASER, JAMES A. ......................................
FREMONT, GERALD J. .................................
FREMONT, LARRY F. ...................................
FROLICK, WILLIAM B. ..................................
FRY, KRISTEN R. ..........................................
GAGNIER, ADAM J. ......................................
GALLAGHER, LIN LINDA ...............................
GALLOWAY, LYLE L. W. ...............................
GAMMELL, SARAH E. ...................................
GARDINER, ALEXIS M. ................................
GARDINER, ROBERT H. ..............................
GAUDET, MARIO A. ......................................
GAZEY, KATHLEEN E. .................................
GEE, EDGAR H. ............................................
GILLICH, ANDREW S. ...................................
GLASS, EDWARD J. .....................................
GOERWELL, WILFRED TRENT ....................
GOLL, APRIL A. .............................................
GOLLY, W. STUART ......................................
GOOLIAFF, JEFFERY S. ..............................
GOSSELIN, WAYNE M. ................................
GRAINGER, ROBERT L. ...............................
GRAY, CHRIS M. ...........................................
GRAY, GORDON LORNE ..............................
GRAYBIEL, R. KIM .........................................
GREENE, BONNIE L. ....................................
GREVE, GLENN .............................................
GRIMARD, CARRIE L. ..................................
GRISDALE, DEAN M. ....................................
GROHS, TRACEY LYNN................................
GRUNDNER, LEON DARREL ........................
HABEL, MICHAEL ..........................................
HALCRO, TERRANCE BRENT ......................
HANSEN, KIM A. ...........................................
HANSON, DALLAS A. ...................................
HANSON, DARRELL P. .................................
HANSON, ROBERT A. ..................................
HAPP, GILBERT L. ........................................
HARDCASTLE, COREY M. ...........................
HARIVE, MARLENE .......................................
HARRISON, GARY A. ...................................
HARRISON, THOMAS E. ..............................
HARVEY, DENISE L. .....................................
HARVEY, MARTIN D. ....................................
HARVEY, SCOTT P. ......................................
HASE, SHAUN................................................
HATHAWAY, BEVERLEY...............................
HAUGEN, GARTH ..........................................
HAUGEN, KIM HAROLD ................................
HAYES, GREG E. ..........................................
HAYES, MICHAEL ..........................................
HEIDEL, DAVID R. ........................................
HEMBRUCH, GARY W. .................................
HERZOG, RHONDA L. ..................................
HILDEBRAND, RICHARD D. .........................
HILDERMAN, MURRAY D. ............................
HILTS, ROBIN RONALD ................................
HILTS, TROY M. ............................................
HLADY, MARVIN M. ......................................
HODGSON, NISKA L. ....................................
HOEHN, DERRICK J. ....................................
HOLMES, BRIAN D. ......................................
HOLOVACH, GREGORY C. ..........................

Environment
54,262
64,377
67,307
134,717
65,937
62,908
63,086
69,354
54,024
77,646
66,940
82,798
84,820
65,973
56,915
69,854
61,261
69,900
67,812
146,336
118,144
70,608
66,146
99,116
69,731
86,533
78,061
78,589
65,642
78,651
75,907
148,702
56,439
67,754
65,830
77,359
70,357
112,461
57,863
78,702
63,761
93,233
68,783
59,329
88,046
67,808
72,412
86,937
54,697
68,542
78,804
104,246
53,506
97,980
145,866
53,369
62,356
66,848
62,649
70,135
67,169
57,995
83,202
80,125
98,419
62,009
78,986
71,888
78,322
84,942
82,633
67,953
76,060
74,051
59,149
80,838

HONCH, DICK R. ...........................................


HONIG, GLENN O. ........................................
HORDENCHUK, SHARLA ..............................
HORNE, LAWRENCE E. ................................
HOUDEK, ALEXEI J. ......................................
HOWE, DONALD B. .......................................
HOWEY, CASEY T. .......................................
HRYNKIW, ALAN T. .......................................
HUBIC, MICHAEL A. ......................................
HUBKA, JEREMY R. ......................................
HUDSON, LEONARD E. A. ............................
HUG, STEPHEN .............................................
HUNT, GRANT MURRAY ...............................
HUNTER, GLENN E. ......................................
HWANG, YEEN TEN .......................................
HYDE, STEPHEN ARTHUR ...........................
JACKSON, KELLY K. .....................................
JACOBSON, TREVOR TODD ........................
JAIN, PRITAM S. ............................................
JANFADA, ARASH ..........................................
JANKE, BARBARA J. .....................................
JANKE, DARWIN O. ......................................
JESSOP, DARYL W. ......................................
JIRICKA, RICHARD ........................................
JOERISSEN, ROCHELLE M. .........................
JOHNS, BRAD S. ...........................................
JOHNSON, DONNA ........................................
JOHNSON, GREG M. ....................................
JOHNSON, JEREMY A. .................................
JOHNSTON, TANYA .......................................
JONES, DANA-LYNN I. ..................................
JORGENSEN, FREDERICK J. ......................
JOSHI, RAJESH ..............................................
KANG, HERA ..................................................
KEAST, DEREK J. .........................................
KEITH, R. JEFFREY .......................................
KEITH, SARAH J. ...........................................
KELLEY, LYNN I. ...........................................
KELLY, BRENDA J. .......................................
KEMP, VALERIE L. ........................................
KENT, BRIAN EDMOND .................................
KHAN, TAHIDUN ............................................
KILLABY, MARLON GLEN ..............................
KING, GLENN E. ............................................
KING, JENNA ..................................................
KIPPENHUCK, CLYDE ...................................
KISS, DALE .....................................................
KLASSEN, DARRELL K. ................................
KLASSEN, MARLON K. .................................
KLEIN, HEIDI ..................................................
KNIHNISKI, DAVID JOHN ...............................
KOKESCH, TIM ...............................................
KONG, XIANHUA ............................................
KOTYK, WESLEY P. ......................................
KOWAL, EDWARD HENRY ............................
KRAKOWSKI, KEVIN ......................................
KRAYETSKI, BRENT W. ................................
KRAYETSKI, JEANETTE M. ..........................
KRIENKE, RYAN L. ........................................
KRISTOFF, DALE M. .....................................
KRUUS, ROBERT V. .....................................
KRYZANOWSKI, MICHAEL R. ......................
KUCHIRKA, AARON JAMES ..........................
KULYK, CORINNE D. ....................................
KURJATA, GLEN ............................................
KYLE, MITCHELL A. ......................................
LABACH, KENNETH A. .................................
LALIBERTE, MICHELLE M. ...........................
LAPWORTH, SHAUNE ...................................
LARSON, JUDY A. .........................................
LARSON, VERNE L. ......................................
LAVERDIERE, LORRAINE .............................
LAWSON, COLIN ............................................
LEAKE, GREGORY ........................................
LEE, CURTIS E. .............................................
LEE, JACK R. .................................................

101
59,085
67,514
80,301
77,378
61,201
66,080
86,773
66,559
60,693
87,512
92,592
68,726
52,180
86,287
100,729
68,342
54,405
66,392
91,739
79,381
94,407
85,738
112,778
59,057
70,346
66,984
139,565
93,779
61,429
78,654
58,466
78,031
51,343
75,358
83,582
71,467
97,372
116,052
55,259
56,843
90,254
59,014
102,588
72,369
65,500
50,633
71,395
57,910
71,256
71,256
66,031
75,843
78,594
132,788
92,149
67,040
66,070
69,331
66,645
93,520
61,928
64,970
54,449
71,943
78,569
66,782
95,399
51,288
86,114
71,000
67,814
63,641
66,594
114,041
95,639
79,015

102
LEES, CHARLES ............................................
LEKO, LINDSEY D. ........................................
LEMON, RODNEY L. .....................................
LETENDRE, CLAYTON E. .............................
LETKEMAN, DARREN CRAIG .......................
LEVESQUE, GUY J. ......................................
LEVESQUE, LINDA H. ...................................
LICHTENWALD, BENJAMIN ..........................
LIDSTER, ROBERT ........................................
LINDENAS, DAVID G. ...................................
LIX, LORRAINE L. .........................................
LOEWEN, SUSAN E. .....................................
LONGPRE, JEAN B. ......................................
LORAN, TIMOTHY..........................................
LOSETH, PHILIP E. .......................................
LOSTER, DARREN R. ...................................
LUEKEN, CAMERON L. ................................
LUKONI, DARA ...............................................
LUNDQUIST, DONNA M. ..............................
LUNG, JANA ...................................................
LY, PHUC V. ..................................................
MACAULEY, NEIL A. .....................................
MACDONALD, JEFFREY J. ..........................
MACKASEY, J. PATRICK ...............................
MACZEK, PAUL D. ........................................
MAHER, THOMAS J. .....................................
MAMER, CYNTHIA C. ...................................
MAMER, DEAN P. .........................................
MANSUY, RIES D. .........................................
MAQSOOD, IMRAN ........................................
MASKO, TRACY R. .......................................
MATCHETT, DOUGLAS J. ............................
MCARTHUR, DAWN MARIE ..........................
MCCALLUM, LOUIE .......................................
MCCULLUM, KEVIN R. .................................
MCCUTCHEON, ALLAN .................................
MCEACHERN, MICHELE R. .........................
MCGILL, TODD D. .........................................
MCINTOSH, RORY.........................................
MCINTYRE, KERRY .......................................
MCKAY, GREG L. ..........................................
MCKAY, JEFFREY D. ....................................
MCKILLOP, JENNIFER J. ..............................
MCLARTY, BRUCE D. ...................................
MCLAUGHLAN, MICHAEL S. ........................
MCLEOD, DANNY J. .....................................
MCLEOD, JAMES E. .....................................
MERKOWSKY, ALAN T. ................................
MERKOWSKY, JENNIFER J. ........................
MICHAELS, RHONDA LEE ............................
MILLER, ROGER H. ......................................
MILLER, WILLIAM J. ......................................
MINIFIE, PAMELA R. .....................................
MINTER, DARYL ............................................
MOLNAR, ZOLTON APOLLO .........................
MOORE, LLOYD WILLIAM .............................
MOORE, ROBERT J. .....................................
MORAN, GARRY JAMES ...............................
MORIN, BRENDA LEE ...................................
MOULDING, TIM.............................................
MOYSEY, JOHN E. ........................................
MULLIGAN, RYAN P. ....................................
MURPHY, DAPHNE M. ..................................
MURPHY, KEVIN M. ......................................
MURRAY, ERNEST G. ..................................
MUTCH, GRAHAM R. P. ...............................
MYTOPHER, RONNIE ....................................
NAELAPEA, OTT ............................................
NESBITT, BLAKE E. ......................................
NESS, KEN B. ................................................
NEUERT, KELVIN...........................................
NEUMAN, TIMOTHY ......................................
NICHOLS, SHARILEE M. ..............................
NICHOLSON, VALERIE M. ............................
NICOLLE-PHILLIPS, SHELLY ........................
NICOLS, ROSS...............................................

Environment
117,095
68,201
87,368
63,632
71,754
57,895
54,224
85,321
59,753
102,440
57,035
103,055
62,158
71,273
78,610
73,698
78,624
71,408
63,155
65,592
59,612
84,839
54,229
86,479
95,851
84,657
58,689
56,488
79,156
102,007
71,518
66,388
51,991
55,658
128,990
84,267
68,920
70,474
95,164
78,613
54,951
78,606
111,302
69,398
92,739
76,709
64,789
86,136
87,395
75,135
69,664
103,055
67,699
93,129
77,674
65,454
59,146
87,513
54,795
92,981
54,872
78,637
52,224
112,833
56,571
51,602
66,376
70,481
77,930
88,269
80,458
71,273
55,271
69,042
66,865
86,039

Public Accounts, 2010-11

NISBET, VIRGINIA M. ...................................


NIVEN, GORDON P. .....................................
NORDAL, COREY B. ....................................
NYGREN, RANDY E. ....................................
OBRIGEWITSCH, WAYNE D. .......................
OLEXSON, TODD ..........................................
OLIVER, NATALIE .........................................
OLIVER, SYDNEY JAMES .............................
OLSON, FERGUS F. .....................................
OLSON, LESLIE J. ........................................
OLSON, SAMUEL D. .....................................
OMOTH, KEVIN C. ........................................
OPEKOKEW, NORMAN S. ...........................
OTTERSON, BARRY E. ................................
OYSTRYK, LESLIE M. ..................................
PAINCHAUD, MARC A. ................................
PAPASTERGIOU, SPIROS ............................
PAPIC, GARY C. ...........................................
PARADZIK, ELIZABETH G. ..........................
PARENTEAU, BRENDA .................................
PARKINSON, BRADLEY L. ...........................
PASCHKE, JAMIE M. ....................................
PASCHKE, MICHAEL ....................................
PATERSON, JEFF W. ...................................
PATTERSON, TROY ......................................
PECHAWIS, DONALD C. ..............................
PEDERSON, DAVINE R. ..............................
PEETERS, MERVIN J. ..................................
PELZER, JASON P. ......................................
PENNEY, NADINE .........................................
PEPPER, JEANETTE L. .................................
PERRAS, DENNIS A. ....................................
PETRYSHYN, JOHNNY L. ............................
PHILLIPS, DEL L. ..........................................
PHOMMAVONG, THON O. ...........................
PITTOELLO, F. GEORGETTE .......................
POCHA, FORREST ........................................
POGORZELEC, JOHN R. .............................
POIRIER, JOSEPH R. D. ..............................
PORTER, STEPHEN C. ................................
POSTLE, JUDY M. ........................................
POTTER, CHRISTINE ....................................
POTVIN, STEVE A. .......................................
POWDER, EDWIN B. ....................................
PRANTEAU, GLEN H. ...................................
PRATT, OWEN H. .........................................
PRICE, OWEN J. ...........................................
PROKOPETZ, LYLE D. .................................
PROTASENKO, VICTOR J. ..........................
PROULX, STEVE ...........................................
PROVENCHER, GARY L. .............................
PURVES, ROCKY O. ....................................
QUAAL, JAMES .............................................
QUARSHIE, ELIZABETH ...............................
QUINNETT, PAM A. ......................................
RADKE, DARLENE R. ...................................
RAFUSE, TRENT W. .....................................
RAHMAN, MOHAMMED MAGFURAR ...........
RATHWELL, MICHAEL D. ............................
REDDEKOPP, COLLEEN B. .........................
REDDEKOPP, JASON D. .............................
REDSTON, JENNIFER ..................................
REID, BRUCE J. ............................................
REID, FRANK .................................................
REIMER, ELVIN .............................................
REIMER, RYAN E. ........................................
REINHART, LEE ............................................
REMUS, JANET M. .......................................
RENAUD, DENIS R. ......................................
RIEMER, ANN K. ...........................................
RIEMER, GREG .............................................
RIENDEAU, IAN M. .......................................
RINHOLM, DWAYNE .....................................
RINHOLM, MARLEEN C. ..............................
ROBERTS, ROBERT H. ................................
ROBERTS, STEPHEN J. ..............................

85,672
87,209
89,319
64,973
55,230
112,778
55,388
68,031
89,146
83,655
69,261
83,396
62,190
71,628
143,756
101,311
86,471
87,982
53,181
52,927
60,694
54,085
67,485
93,467
73,959
68,631
55,974
54,077
67,278
83,146
71,475
88,315
66,014
81,556
122,417
88,363
72,519
103,951
83,403
70,412
55,794
88,608
58,931
52,414
72,735
55,623
67,959
79,158
72,854
58,918
65,477
79,284
65,877
199,535
61,481
86,559
66,949
84,551
78,979
63,910
59,592
68,622
79,328
103,092
119,825
64,308
74,059
53,117
115,508
83,400
83,405
68,029
78,606
64,276
93,779
136,955

Public Accounts, 2010-11


ROBERTS, WENDELL A. ..............................
ROBERTSON, IVAN D. .................................
ROBINSON, DANIEL K. ................................
ROBINSON, DOUGLAS R. ............................
ROBINSON, SHELLEY A. .............................
ROBSON, DARRELL ......................................
ROSEN, PATRICK J. .....................................
ROSKE, SHARON M. A. ................................
ROSS, RANDY R............................................
ROWLAND, DARYL........................................
RULE, CHRISTOPHER SIGBERT .................
RYCHLO, GREG J. ........................................
SABEAN, WATSON EARL .............................
SACHKOWSKI, DARYL L. .............................
SACHKOWSKI, MARLON M. ........................
SAGARDIA, HERNAN ....................................
SAIGEON, LYLE WAYNE...............................
SAKAL, DANIEL W. .......................................
SANDEN, RICHARD TERRY .........................
SARTY, KEVIN D. ..........................................
SAUNDERSON, KEVIN ..................................
SAWCHUK, KELLY W. ..................................
SCHAFER, GREG F. .....................................
SCHERTZING, BRADLEY D. ........................
SCHMIDT, ADAM P. ......................................
SCHMIDT, ARNIE E. .....................................
SCHOEPP, KEVIN E. ....................................
SCHOMMER, CALVIN....................................
SCHOMMER, JEROME J. .............................
SCHULZ, PETER............................................
SCOTT, KENNETH A. ...................................
SCRUPPS, TIMOTHY R. ...............................
SEDGEWICK, GORDON R. ..........................
SEGUIN, ANNE C. .........................................
SEGUIN, RANDOLPH J. ...............................
SEIFERLING, JAMES.....................................
SENIK, ROBERT N. .......................................
SHAH, HETALBEN .........................................
SHERSTOBITOFF, BRENT............................
SHORE, JUDITH ............................................
SIGMETH, MAUREEN I. ................................
SIGURDSON, BRAD E. .................................
SILVERSIDES, DAVID W. .............................
SINGH, MANOJ K. .........................................
SKAFTFELD, ROBERT E. .............................
SKARBON, CHRISTOPHER E. .....................
SKEELS, ROBERT W. ...................................
SLATER, LAWRENCE....................................
SLOBODIAN, JASON .....................................
SMALLWOOD, DAVID G. ..............................
SMITH, DENISE .............................................
SMITH, DOUG C. S. ......................................
SMITH, JAMES B. .........................................
SMITH, JAMES LEE .......................................
SMITH, JEFFREY D. .....................................
SMOLIAK, GORDON ......................................
SOBERING, ARTHUR JIM .............................
SOLOMON, ZACHERY B. .............................
SORENSEN, STEN O. ..................................
SPRACKLIN, ROBERT P. .............................
SPRIGGS, ALFRED W. .................................
SPRINGINOTIC, PATRICK N. .......................
STALLARD, ROBERT T. ...............................
STAN, DARRELL ............................................
STARK, ROBERT ...........................................
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. ........................................

Environment
70,400
69,651
72,917
93,779
64,651
74,107
59,782
57,741
71,967
94,910
55,876
65,019
61,641
58,662
51,465
92,955
106,851
69,352
103,055
68,557
141,281
64,363
56,937
56,951
86,585
65,898
67,440
70,244
66,906
69,020
88,533
68,050
79,557
83,417
111,323
70,949
96,766
64,760
69,268
52,948
60,149
96,655
69,918
89,705
78,348
71,075
62,207
67,700
58,932
67,239
55,327
86,794
59,057
84,206
52,950
65,403
93,234
68,573
52,985
73,724
56,311
78,638
159,729
68,170
61,541
69,761
76,352
95,557
54,938
94,146
110,909
63,863
98,200
66,435
78,421
100,954

SUDERMAN, JAYNE ......................................


SUTOR, STANLEY D. ....................................
SWIEZAK, DAVID E. ......................................
SWITZER, STERLING I. ................................
SYLVESTRE, JONAS C. ................................
SYRENNE, LUC ..............................................
SZYPULSKI, LINDA M. ..................................
TAILLON, BRIAN J. ........................................
TAIT, QUINTON A. .........................................
TAYLOR, MURIEL R. .....................................
TETHER, ROBERT .........................................
THERIAULT, BRENDA ...................................
THIELE, JAMIE J. ..........................................
THIELE, PETER J ...........................................
THIRUNAVUKKARASU,
ONDIVEERAPAN ........................................
THODY, CORY D. ..........................................
THOMASGARD, KENNETH D. ......................
THOMPSON ZERFF, JANICE ........................
THOMPSON, JOHN DESMOND ....................
THOMPSON, RODNEY LEE ..........................
THOMPSON, TROY D. ..................................
THOMSON, NORMAN J. ...............................
TILLIE, JAMES H. ..........................................
TODD, DEIRDRE M. ......................................
TOKARCHUK, JASON ....................................
TOKARUK, BRADLEY D. ...............................
TONN, JONATHAN M. ...................................
TOWILL, ALEXANDER C. ..............................
TOWILL, MICHAEL D. ...................................
TROTTIER, TIM W. P. ...................................
TRUEMAN, DENNIS SAMUEL .......................
TUCKER, ALISON H. .....................................
TURNER, DONALD W. ..................................
TWEEDIE, RICHARD W. ...............................
VAN KOUGHNETT, ROBIN ............................
VERMETTE, SHANE B. .................................
VIRDI, SATPAL S. ..........................................
WALKER, ROD ...............................................
WALLACE, ROBERT G. ................................
WALLACE, WILFRED .....................................
WALTER, BRUCE L. ......................................
WANG, HOLLY ...............................................
WARD, EDWARD W. .....................................
WARD, JARED S. ..........................................
WASYLENCHUK, SCOTT V. .........................
WATERS, GEOFFREY ...................................
WATERS, KAREN L. A. .................................
WAUGH, RONALD G. ....................................
WEBSTER, BRENT J. ....................................
WEEDON, DEBORAH A. ...............................
WEINBERGER, KEVIN P. ..............................
WELSH, LAUREL D. ......................................
WENKOFF, PETER P .....................................
WESTLAKE, GERRY O. ................................
WIG, O. BRENT ..............................................
WILKIE, STEVE C. .........................................
WILLARD, BRUCE ..........................................
WILLIAMS, TRAVIS D. ...................................
WILSON, BRENT E. .......................................
WILSON, CHELSEA RAE-ANN ......................
WILSON, CHRISTOPHER ..............................
WILSON, PERRY L. .......................................
WINARSKY, ALAN W. ...................................
WITTRUP, MARK ............................................
WOLKOSKY, BRENT J. .................................
WOOD, WILLIAM J. .......................................
WOODCOCK, DOUGLAS S. .........................
WRIGHT, RICHARD WAYNE .........................
WRISHKO, KERRY B. ...................................
WUDRICH, GERALD G. ................................
WYATT, DALE ................................................
WYNES, ROBERT D. .....................................
YASCHUK, TIMOTHY .....................................
YEE, KIM S. ...................................................
YOUNG, DAVE W. .........................................

103
52,894
67,872
66,134
66,442
71,947
66,958
61,373
52,876
63,598
63,811
93,779
55,259
75,855
83,454
93,779
69,025
51,383
72,170
78,608
103,055
67,648
89,276
53,818
66,607
67,579
63,645
63,555
59,782
94,091
88,869
80,597
71,436
55,045
87,520
72,282
103,055
64,967
79,374
86,503
79,927
78,606
72,978
87,491
71,707
72,218
80,877
61,292
65,517
107,045
60,331
72,397
113,723
79,600
67,468
65,394
55,533
93,779
53,650
79,894
54,009
51,971
79,447
68,636
164,892
87,159
96,579
73,327
76,010
83,442
87,944
55,992
124,547
57,296
75,812
85,151

104
YOUNGHUSBAND, MARILYN M. .................
YUEN, ALVIN K. W. .......................................
YUNGWIRTH, FRANCIS C. ...........................
YURACH, KEN I. ............................................
YUZEK, CATHY-LYNN ...................................
ZANACIC, ENISA............................................
ZAROWNY, JOSEPH T. ................................
ZBARASCHUK, BRENT K. ............................
ZIMMER, WILLIAM .........................................
ZIPCHIAN, MARY ANN J. ..............................
ZITTA, RICHARD H. ......................................
ZUKOWSKY, RONALD J. ..............................

Environment
54,890
86,719
59,067
93,647
56,835
52,576
79,412
82,023
100,080
56,248
73,397
102,966

33,628
11,039

Listed, by program, are transfers to recipients who received


$50,000 or more.

Green Initiatives

Environmental Protection
(EN11)

SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF
REHABILITATION CENTRES .................... $

SASKATCHEWAN WATERSHED
AUTHORITY ............................................... $

SASKATCHEWAN WATERSHED
AUTHORITY ............................................... $
264,000
100,000
1,650,000
500,000
655,000
2,110,000
1,400,000
334,000
1,900,000
300,000

17,721,000

965,000

4,600,000

Fish, Wildlife and Biodiversity


(EN07)

561,000

Saskatchewan Watershed Authority Water Infrastructure Rehabilitation


SASKATCHEWAN WATERSHED
AUTHORITY ............................................... $

866,000

Saskatchewan Watershed Authority Water Quality


SASKATCHEWAN WATERSHED
AUTHORITY ............................................... $

2,022,000

Saskatchewan Watershed Authority Flood Relief


SASKATCHEWAN WATERSHED
AUTHORITY ............................................... $

Green Initiatives - SARCAN

45,015,000

Goods and Services


Minister's Travel
DUNCAN, HON. DUSTIN E. ......................... $
HEPPNER, HON. NANCY ..............................

19,231
4,865

Goods and Services

Fish and Wildlife Program


SASKATCHEWAN CO-OPERATIVE
FISHERIES LTD. ....................................... $

3,621,840

Saskatchewan Watershed Authority Water Control

Climate Change (EN06)

SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF
REHABILITATION CENTRES .................... $

FISH & WILDLIFE DEVELOPMENT


FUND .......................................................... $

Saskatchewan Watershed Authority Operations

Transfers

ASSOCIATION OF REGIONAL WASTE


MANAGEMENT AUTHORITIES OF
SASKATCHEWAN ...................................... $
MEADOW LAKE TRIBAL COUNCIL
RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
INCORPORATED .......................................
PETROLEUM TECHNOLOGY RESEARCH
CENTRE .....................................................
PRAIRIE ADAPTATION RESEARCH
COLLABORATIVE (PARC) .........................
SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF
REHABILITATION CENTRES ....................
SASKATCHEWAN GOVERNMENT
INSURANCE ...............................................
SASKATCHEWAN RESEARCH COUNCIL ....
SASKATCHEWAN URBAN
MUNICIPALITIES ASSOCIATION ..............
SASKATCHEWAN WATERSHED
AUTHORITY ...............................................
UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN .............

Fish and Wildlife Development Fund

Beverage Container Collection and


Recycling System

Allowances for Members with Additional Duties


DUNCAN, DUSTIN E. .................................... $
HEPPNER, NANCY J. ...................................

Public Accounts, 2010-11

50,000

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. ........................................................... $

123,508

Public Accounts, 2010-11


AL-ZABET, TAREQ ........................................
ALBERTA INNOVATES-TECHNOLOGY
FUTURES ...................................................
BACK, REG ....................................................
BALFOUR MOSS LLP ....................................
BATTLEFORDS AIRSPRAY...........................
BEAUVAL, NORTHERN VILLAGE OF ...........
BIOFOREST TECHNOLOGIES INC. ............
BLACKCOMB HELICOPTERS LTD. .............
BLUEWAVE ENERGY ....................................
BMO PURCHASE CARDSENVIRONMENT .........................................
BOMBARDIER AEROSPACE ........................
BROWN COMMUNICATIONS GROUP
INC. ............................................................
BUFFALO NARROWS BUS SERVICES ........
BUFFALO NARROWS, NORTHERN
VILLAGE OF ...............................................
CAMERON LLP ..............................................
CLIFTON ASSOCIATES LTD. .......................
CUMBERLAND HOUSE, NORTHERN
VILLAGE OF ...............................................
DATA GROUP OF COMPANIES....................
DELTA HELICOPTERS LTD. ........................
ENVIRONMENT TRANSFER ACCOUNT
MASTERCARD & USER FEES, ROYAL
BANK OF CANADA ....................................
ENVIRONMENTAL SYSTEMS
ASSESSMENT CANADA LTD. ..................
ERIN CONSULTING LTD. .............................
ESTI CONSULTING SERVICES ....................
EXECUTIVE FLIGHT CENTRE FUEL
SERVICES LTD. ........................................
FOREST TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS
LTD. ...........................................................
GOVERNMENT OF THE N.W.T. ...................
GREAT CIRCLE AIRWAYS ............................
GUARDIAN HELICOPTERS INC. .................
HELI-LIFT INTERNATIONAL INC. ................
HELICOPTER TRANSPORT SERVICES
(CANADA) INC. .........................................
HIGH TERRAIN HELICOPTERS LTD. ..........
ICL PERFORMANCE PRODUCTS
CANADA LTD. ...........................................
ILE A LA CROSSE, NORTHERN
VILLAGE OF ...............................................
IMPERIAL OIL ................................................
INFORMATION SERVICES
CORPORATION .........................................
INSIGHTFUL COACHING &
CONSULTING ............................................
IPAC-CO2 RESEARCH INC. .........................
JACKSON AIR SERVICES LTD. ...................
KHK CONSULTING LTD. ..............................
LA LOCHE, NORTHERN VILLAGE OF ..........
LA RONGE, TOWN OF ..................................
LAWRENCE BAY AIRWAYS LTD. ................
MARSH CANADA LIMITED ............................
MEADOW AIR LTD. .......................................
MEADOW LAKE TRIBAL COUNCIL ..............
MEYERS NORRIS PENNY LLP .....................
MINISTER OF FINANCE OF ONTARIO.........
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF FINANCE ..............................................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES .................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
OFFICE .......................................................
MUSTANG HELICOPTERS INC. ..................
MWH CANADA, INC. .....................................
NATIONAL AVIATION INC. ...........................
ORGANISATION FOR WESTERN
ECONOMIC CO-OPERATION ...................
OSIMAS HELICOPTERS LTD. ......................
OSPREY WINGS LTD. ..................................

Environment
60,474
65,883
270,600
98,999
155,025
63,919
466,991
89,459
70,801
7,496,084
88,395
888,265
56,759
62,960
79,209
164,199
51,454
169,264
1,743,477
178,004
101,982
51,200
426,982
390,838
107,052
50,435
165,780
50,260
1,098,899
2,369,956
174,332
1,141,503
73,422
254,304
68,742
52,900
68,259
116,858
62,000
52,752
54,330
181,811
115,667
267,655
641,063
271,843
361,114
63,800
11,540,347
4,898,173
753,233
88,985
175,577
140,200
145,744
920,864

OUTBACK RENEWAL LTD. ..........................


PACIFIC REGENERATION
TECHNOLOGIES INC. ...............................
PARE, ELAINE ................................................
PHOENIX MEDICAL RESOURCES ...............
PINES SERVICE CENTRE .............................
PRECISION ENGINES CORPORATION........
PRINCE ALBERT GRAND COUNCIL .............
PRINCE ALBERT GRAND COUNCIL
URBAN SERVICES CENTRE INC. ............
PRINTWEST ...................................................
QUEEN'S UNIVERSITY ..................................
R. NICHOLLS DISTRIBUTORS INC. .............
RALLY MOTORS LTD. ..................................
RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA
ENVIRONMENT CANADA ..........................
ROOTS REFORESTATION INC. ...................
ROSS AIR SERVICE LTD. .............................
SASKATCHEWAN FORESTRY
ASSOCIATION ............................................
SASKATCHEWAN RESEARCH
COUNCIL ....................................................
SASKPOWER CORPORATION .....................
SASKTEL ........................................................
SHELL CANADA PRODUCTS ........................
SIERRA HELICOPTERS LTD. .......................
SILVATECH REFORESTATION .....................
SMOKEY LAKE TREE PLANTERS INC. .......
SUPERIOR SAFETY INC. .............................
TASMAN HELICOPTERS LTD. .....................
TICE CONSULTING INC. ..............................
TRANSWEST AIR ...........................................
UNIVERSITY OF REGINA ..............................
UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ..............
VALENT BIOSCIENCES CANADA LTD. .......
VALHALLA HELICOPTERS INC. ...................
VIH HELICOPTERS LTD. ..............................
VOYAGE AIR ..................................................
WEST COAST HELICOPTERS MTCE &
CONTRACTING LTD. ................................
WEYAKWIN, NORTHERN HAMLET OF ........
WILDCAT HELICOPTERS INC. .....................
WILDFIRE ENVIRONMENTAL INC. ..............
YELLOWHEAD HELICOPTERS LTD. ...........
YXX AEROSPACE LTD. ................................

105
56,035
1,049,746
89,924
62,768
52,810
257,529
1,131,894
384,550
74,609
59,846
73,452
80,598
109,363
412,427
60,669
73,750
291,486
187,064
154,444
2,609,758
80,712
63,120
520,725
75,496
64,691
288,675
1,887,474
138,916
233,073
361,800
218,438
265,080
296,564
284,127
86,482
128,521
119,457
576,813
50,750

Internal Recoveries
Listed are internal recoveries from ministries of $50,000 or
more for the provision of shared services.
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
HIGHWAYS & INFRASTRUCTURE ...........$
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
TOURISM, PARKS, CULTURE &
SPORT ........................................................

(125,000)
(1,082,000)

106

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Public Accounts, 2010-11

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 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.
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.

Premiers Office (Subvote EX07)


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 the
Committee on Planning and Priorities, the Committee on
Economic Development and the Committee on Children
and Youth.

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
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 provides
a fair and equitable process for contracting communication
services and printing requirements. 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 Premiers Office and
Members of the Executive Council.

House Business and Research


(Subvote EX08)
Objective
To coordinate and organize the Governments business in
the Legislative Assembly and to provide research support
services for the Premier and Members of the Executive
Council.
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.

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 Saskatchewans interest through the strategic
management of the Provinces 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.
Program Delivery
Supports the Premier at all Canadian intergovernmental
and international meetings. Supports the development,
coordination and implementation of Saskatchewans
intergovernmental activities and policies within Canada and
abroad. Supports the Minister Responsible for Trade in

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Executive Council

advancing the Provinces market access objectives through


domestic and international trade negotiations and with
managing provincial interventions in trade disputes affecting
provincial interests.

107

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Executive Council

108

Executive Council

(thousands of dollars)
Salaries &
Benefits

Central Management and Services (EX01)


Executive Management........................................................................................ $
Central Services....................................................................................................
Accommodation Services.....................................................................................
Subvote Total

1,563 $
852
........
2,415

Capital
Transfers

Operating
Transfers

........ $
........
........
........

3 $
........
........
3

Goods and
Services (1)
292 $
1,047
1,381
2,720

Capital Asset
Amortization

Other
Expenses

Internal
Recoveries

........ $
........
........
........

........ $
........
........
........

........ $
........
........
........

Total
1,858
1,899
1,381
5,138

Premier's Office (EX07)

374

........

........

150

........

........

........

524

Cabinet Planning (EX04)

888

........

........

39

........

........

........

927

Cabinet Secretariat (EX05)

412

........

........

69

........

........

........

481

1,069

........

........

248

........

........

........

1,317

House Business and Research (EX08)

356

........

........

25

........

........

........

381

Members of the Executive Council (Statutory) (EX06)

109

........

........

........

........

........

........

109

2,033

........

77

642

........

........

........

2,752

7,656 $

........ $

80 $

........ $

........ $

........ $

Communications Office (EX03)

Intergovernmental Affairs (EX10)


Total

(1) Includes communication expense of $133 and travel expense of $512.

3,893 $

11,629

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Executive Council

Salaries and Benefits

WARREN, CHARLES-HENRI .........................


WILBY, DREW E. ...........................................
YOUNG, KATHLEEN J. .................................

Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for


salaries, wages, honorariums, etc. and for pension and
public sector benefits.
Salaries
ALEXANDER, SHEILA COLLEEN ................. $
AMYOTTE, SHARON LEE .............................
ANDREWS, SHANNON..................................
BANKS, JODI..................................................
BARTON, MATTHEW B. ...............................
BEREZIUK, RENATA .....................................
BERUBE, GLENDA ........................................
CAIRNS, BONITA K. ......................................
CAMPESE, ROBIN .........................................
CARLETON, EDWARD A. .............................
CHERNEY, NANCY E. ..................................
COLPITTS, CAMMY .......................................
CROOKS, DONNA-RAE .................................
DINSMORE, ANDREW...................................
DONALD, ROBERT A. ...................................
DONLEVY, MARTIN JOSEPH........................
DOWNS, REGINALD L. .................................
ELLIOTT, GREGORY G. ...............................
FLOOD, KATHLEEN.......................................
GAURA, RUTH M. .........................................
GILLIES, KIMBERLY L. L. .............................
GOERTZ, COLE A. ........................................
GOODWIN, CHERYL M. ...............................
GOTTSELIG, GLENN .....................................
GRIFFITH, MEGAN K. ...................................
HANNA, IAN R. ..............................................
HARRIS, TERRI A. ........................................
HINDLEY, EVERETT T. .................................
HOLTBY, KAREEN L. ....................................
HOPKIE, DIANNE ...........................................
HOYER, PATRICIA.........................................
JICKLING, WES J. .........................................
JONES, DYLAN P. .........................................
KINDRACHUK, LISA J. ..................................
KIVISTO, ELAINE ...........................................
KRAJEWSKI-RIEL, BONNIE ..........................
LANGENBACHER, WOLFGANG ...................
LINKLATER, JESSE S. ..................................
LYS, LETA LYNN............................................
MACLEOD, LESLIE ........................................
MANTEY, FREDRICK D. ...............................
MARTIN, NANCY S. ......................................
MAZURAK, KAREN D. ..................................
MCAFEE, RANDY ..........................................
MCCAFFERTY, SARAH .................................
METZ, ASHLEY ..............................................
MILNE, WENDY..............................................
MOEN, DOUGLAS E. ....................................
MORROW, NORMA M. .................................
NELSON, SHELLEY .......................................
O'CALLAGHAN, SYLVIE ................................
OLSEN, HARLEY D. ......................................
PEYKOV, PAVEL............................................
RAHMAN, SM OSMAN UR.............................
ROGOSCHEWSKY, REBECCA .....................
RULLER, SHEREE L. ....................................
SAUNDERS, JAMES E. G. ............................
SCHERMANN, NADETTE B. .........................
SCHMIDT, DEANNA M. .................................
SILZER, LAUR'LEI CELINA ............................
SISSON, J. GORDON ....................................
STEWART, GRAHAM E. ...............................
STINKA, NATASHIA .......................................
STREETE, JANICE.........................................
TRUSCOTT, JACKIE ......................................
WANG, WILLIAM ............................................

55,114
60,707
65,019
76,215
50,640
103,010
50,303
124,547
63,336
96,320
125,936
90,416
76,073
73,194
124,547
181,043
181,043
98,707
70,316
80,084
58,804
98,129
55,955
102,905
70,816
134,891
155,315
83,568
85,228
66,492
70,631
112,841
166,367
60,162
54,910
85,064
154,361
109,775
70,631
55,128
200,123
128,852
60,707
103,055
50,784
75,773
56,672
253,936
84,464
70,631
59,000
50,315
82,865
103,055
70,024
87,812
125,639
91,850
70,631
68,782
136,331
70,206
102,395
53,456
50,303
52,366

109
60,565
106,325
141,137

Allowances for Members with Additional Duties


CHEVELDAYOFF, KEN A. .............................$
HARRISON, JEREMY E. ...............................
WALL, BRAD ...................................................

11,209
33,628
64,050

Goods and Services


Minister's Travel
CHISHOLM, R. MICHAEL ...............................$
KRAWETZ, HON. KEN P. ..............................
WALL, HON. BRAD J. ....................................

6,277
301
90,518

Goods and Services


Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for the
provision of goods and services, including travel, office
supplies, communications, contracts, and equipment.
AMEX CANADA INC. ACCOUNTS
CONTROL & SERVICES ............................$
B. C. MINISTER OF FINANCE .......................
BMO PURCHASE CARDS-EXECUTIVE
COUNCIL ....................................................
KPMG LLP ......................................................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES .................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
OFFICE .......................................................
NELSON MULLINS RILEY &
SCARBOROUGH LLP ................................
SASKTEL ........................................................

117,265
88,528
231,511
50,000
1,533,128
899,511
102,703
134,331

110

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Public Accounts, 2010-11

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 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, 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 development in Saskatchewan.

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

Public Accounts, 2010-11


the Provincial Court Superannuation Plan, Municipal
Employees 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 employers 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.

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.

Amortization of Capital Assets


(Subvote FI11)
Objective
To provide for the estimated annual consumption of the
Ministrys capital assets that are currently in use to provide
a public service.
Program Delivery
This program accounts for the estimated annual
consumption of the Ministrys 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.

Finance

111

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Finance

112

Finance

(thousands of dollars)
Salaries &
Benefits

Capital
Transfers

Operating
Transfers

Central Management and Services (FI01)


Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $
Executive Management........................................................................................
Central Services....................................................................................................
Accommodation Services.....................................................................................
Subvote Total

49 $
753
1,104
........
1,906

........ $
........
........
........
........

........ $
........
........
........
........

Treasury and Debt Management (FI04)

1,151

........

........

Provincial Comptroller (FI03)

4,752

........

Budget Analysis (FI06)

4,369

10,513
........
........
10,513

Revenue (FI05)
Revenue Division..................................................................................................
Allowance for Doubtful Accounts..........................................................................
Canada Revenue Agency Income Tax Administration........................................
Subvote Total

Total
49
1,094
3,261
2,044
6,448

825

........

........

........

1,976

........

3,809

........

........

........

8,561

........

........

385

........

........

........

4,754

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

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

4,231
........
1,310
5,541

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

........
2,300
........
2,300

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

14,744
2,300
1,310
18,354

........

18

........

........

........

408

........

........

........

........

12,000

Research and Development Tax Credit (FI12)

........

........

Miscellaneous Payments (FI08)


Bonding of Public Officials....................................................................................
Unforeseen and Unprovided For..........................................................................
Implementation of Guarantees (Statutory)...........................................................
Subvote Total

Internal
Recoveries
........ $
........
........
........
........

........

121,394

Other
Expenses
........ $
........
........
........
........

390

12,000

........ $
341
2,157
2,044
4,542

Capital Asset
Amortization
........ $
........
........
........
........

Personnel Policy Secretariat (FI10)

Public Service 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 - Net Expense
(Recovery) (Statutory).....................................................................................
Subvote Total

Goods and
Services (1)

........

........

........

........

........

........

121,394

3,106
3,844
55,038
26,820
12,064
9,101
32,852
........

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

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

18
........
........
........
........
........
45
1,165

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

........
........
........
........
........
........
8
........

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

3,124
3,844
55,038
26,820
12,064
9,101
32,905
1,165

........
264,219

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

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

........
1,228

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

(5,017)
(5,009)

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

(5,017)
260,438

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

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

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

74
........
........
74

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

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

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

74
........
........
74

Public Accounts, 2010-11


Amortization of Capital Assets (FI11)
Office and Information Technology......................................................................
Land, Buildings and Improvements......................................................................
Subvote Total
Total
$
(1) Includes communication expense of $339 and travel expense of $574.

Finance
........
........
........
287,300 $

........
........
........
........ $

........
........
........
12,000 $

113
........
........
........
16,422 $

1,012
77
1,089
1,089 $

........
........
........
(2,709) $

........
........
........
........ $

1,012
77
1,089
314,102

114

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. ........................................ $
ALTWASSER, JONATHAN J. ........................
ARMSTRONG, R. DALE .................................
BAHR, JOANNE ADELE .................................
BAKER, KRISTA L. ........................................
BANMAN, KEVIN ............................................
BARNETT, CORINNE J. ................................
BARON, DANIEL C. .......................................
BASTEDO, HOLLY .........................................
BATES, CYNTHIA...........................................
BAUMGARTNER, LARRY R. .........................
BAYDA, CHRISTOPHER EDWARD ...............
BEATCH, KELLY LAWRENCE .......................
BETTCHER, BRIAN R. ..................................
BILLINGSLEY, COLLEEN ..............................
BILLINGTON, JOHN .......................................
BLACK, BRIAN N. ..........................................
BOECHLER, DON ..........................................
BORLAND, K. JANE .......................................
BOYARSKI, ROSANNE WILMA .....................
BROCKMAN, JOANNE L. ..............................
BRODA, QUINN A ..........................................
BRONSCH, LORETTA L. ...............................
BROWN, LINDA A. ........................................
BRUCE, SHELLEY .........................................
BUCHAN, CHRISTOPHER .............................
BURTON, RANDY J. ......................................
CADERMA, SHERELYN E. ...........................
CALVIN, VICTOR S. ......................................
CARLETON, SCOTT R. .................................
CARLSON, BRAD ...........................................
CARSON, JOSEPH H. ...................................
CARTER, RICHARD W. .................................
CASCANTE, FABIAN......................................
CHANDRAMOHAN, SAVITRI .........................
CHAPPLE, JAMES ROBERT .........................
CHICOINE, COLIN..........................................
CLARK, JENNIFER W. ..................................
COMSTOCK, JANET ......................................
CRANFIELD, DARREN...................................
D'ANDREA, LEAH M. ....................................
DAVIDSON, JOANNE P. ...............................
DECK, WAYNE E. ..........................................
DEMENCUIK, JEANNENE A. ........................
DENNETT, ALAN A. ......................................
DEREN, GREGORY .......................................
DIERKER, DANIEL A. ....................................
DOBSON, ROBERT J. ...................................
DOBSON-PADLEY, JAIMIE L. .......................
DORSCH, DOUG ............................................
DOUGLAS, RAELYNN....................................
DUDAR, DEBBIE ............................................
DUFOUR, DAN ...............................................
DUNAJSKI, SANDRA .....................................
DVERNICHUK, NATHAN................................
EAGAR, ANNE................................................
EDOHO, FLORENCE F. ................................
EDWARDS, LEAH M. ....................................
EGER, STEPHEN ...........................................
ELASCHUK, ALLEN J. ...................................
ENG, SHIU YAM .............................................
FALLOWS, JAMES .........................................
FAUTH, DANA M. ..........................................
FEDOSOFF, FRED W. ..................................
FENU, JUDITH A. ..........................................
FLOTTORP, GREGORY.................................

53,558
84,704
59,128
93,301
50,717
113,291
107,599
108,167
93,024
51,926
55,743
137,855
79,745
124,547
67,501
119,291
78,222
78,088
124,547
95,072
142,403
73,826
61,462
60,773
67,259
60,949
122,573
87,194
89,158
79,377
75,413
100,581
64,003
61,511
98,309
71,504
66,556
59,520
50,303
66,620
61,337
93,779
64,133
103,055
137,855
113,291
85,454
113,291
60,786
124,547
124,547
80,376
82,705
100,675
103,055
99,156
55,915
53,552
106,751
74,221
103,075
124,547
61,055
52,788
95,114
95,114

Public Accounts, 2010-11


FOLEY, TWYLA .............................................
FORD, DIANNE J. .........................................
FOWLER, LARRY ..........................................
FRASER, BYRON ..........................................
FRASER, PETER JAMES ..............................
FROHLICK, GARY .........................................
GABORA, KEN ...............................................
GABORA, SEAN ............................................
GALLANT, ED ................................................
GALLANT, YVONNE ......................................
GLOVER, RYAN .............................................
GODLIEN, CHAD K. ......................................
GOODIN, RENA .............................................
GOODVOICE, VINCENT ................................
GORCHINSKI, KEN J. ...................................
GORDON, JASON .........................................
GORDON, TRINA ...........................................
GRESCHNER, CINDY A. ..............................
GURASH, BRADLEY J. .................................
HACHKEWICH, DALE ....................................
HALAYKA, KRISTA ........................................
HALAYKA, MICHAEL .....................................
HALVORSEN, LYNETTE ...............................
HARPER, ELTON D. .....................................
HAVERSTOCK, O. RAE .................................
HAYNEE, LONA R. .......................................
HEAD, CARMEN R. ......................................
HEALY, ELISABETH T. .................................
HEARN, KERRY .............................................
HEBERT, BRENT DAVID ...............................
HILSENTEGER, GRANT ................................
HINGLEY, CINDY J. ......................................
HOEDEL, TYSON L. .....................................
HOGG, ALAN .................................................
HOLOWATY, DONALD ..................................
HOLT, LINDA .................................................
HOOVER, BILL C. .........................................
HOVE, V. CYNTHIA .......................................
HOWSE, DENNIS ..........................................
HUBER, WILLIAM F. .....................................
HUE, RICKIE ..................................................
HUI, LINDA .....................................................
HUNGLE, BEVERLY ......................................
HUNGLE, MICHAEL F. .................................
IRELAND, PATRICIA G. ................................
JACOBSON, LARRY ......................................
JERKOVITS, LESLIE .....................................
JOCELYN, NANCY J. ....................................
JOHANNSSON, MARGARET ELLEN ............
JOHNSON, ERIC ...........................................
JOHNSTON, JANE .........................................
JUBY, DIERDRE A. O. ..................................
KARCHA-WESTERHAUG, SHERISSE .........
KLEEFELD, MARK .........................................
KLEMENZ, SHANNON MARIE ......................
KNUDSEN, RACHEL .....................................
KOCH, BONITA ..............................................
KOHLERT, KEVIN DALE ...............................
KRESS, NATHAN ...........................................
KRISTJANSON, DARRYL ..............................
LAMBERT, DOUGLAS ALLEN .......................
LANG, BRENDA K. .......................................
LANGEN, DAVID M. J. ..................................
LANGFORD, FAIRLEE ...................................
LATOS, JEROME EUGENE ...........................
LAUER, ALLAN JOSEPH ...............................
LAURANS, KELLY D. ....................................
LAYNG, KAREN .............................................
LITZENBERGER, MICHAEL ..........................
LYON, CRAIG ................................................
MACDUFF, LOIS THERESA ..........................
MACGREGOR, RYAN ....................................
MACQUARRIE, SCOTT ALLAN .....................
MACZA, DENISE M ........................................
MADER, AMY M. ...........................................
MANG, BRENNAN .........................................

55,259
56,753
67,637
56,617
95,117
95,121
113,291
63,720
54,824
73,798
60,829
78,225
66,108
74,059
101,324
80,896
80,953
55,924
57,860
55,094
73,840
82,700
80,226
84,297
70,235
56,172
58,876
93,779
82,910
117,791
124,547
67,985
80,880
92,030
82,910
55,497
85,295
52,458
73,221
103,055
93,779
66,288
73,793
85,811
57,759
95,037
72,048
82,214
152,651
124,547
51,561
73,806
62,392
61,211
59,111
60,702
53,224
59,010
73,249
124,547
124,547
78,501
88,907
53,617
92,631
87,886
124,547
204,744
71,787
87,894
73,833
84,704
66,206
131,547
58,608
61,928

Public Accounts, 2010-11


MARSHALL, JEFF ..........................................
MARTIN, CHRISTOPHER ..............................
MATTHIES, DOUG .........................................
MCALLISTER, DEBBIE ..................................
MCGREGOR, KIRK D. ..................................
MCINNES, ROBERT D. .................................
MCLAREN, TREVOR J...................................
MCLEAN, TERRA ...........................................
MEACHEM, ROXANE ....................................
MOORE, DEBORAH.......................................
MORRISSETTE, MIGUEL P. .........................
MUSEY, NAOMI .............................................
MWELA, JIZINGE ...........................................
NAMETH, SHERRY L. ...................................
NGUYEN, DUY ...............................................
NYHUS, CARLA L. ........................................
OLSON, CLIFF E. ..........................................
OOMS, DUANE ..............................................
PARKER, SCOTT M. .....................................
PATON, TERRY E. ........................................
PENTLAND, ROBERT ....................................
PERRAS, NANCY...........................................
PETERSEN, JANICE ......................................
PIRLOT, JASON L. ........................................
PISIAK, KRYSTAL J. .....................................
POLOWYK, DENNIS ......................................
POSEHN, GAYLE S .......................................
POULIN, TREVOR R. ....................................
PRUDUN, LAYNE MICHILINE........................
QUADRI, CHELSEA .......................................
RADDYSH, JILL..............................................
RAEDEKE, CINDY..........................................
RAMSEY, HALE .............................................
RATHGEBER, SHERRISSE E. .....................
REID, BARBARA P. .......................................
REIMER, JUDY G. .........................................
RICCI, MARIA .................................................
RITCHIE, SANDRA T. ...................................
ROACH, WILLIAM J. .....................................
ROBERTS, STACEY ......................................
RONYK, REGINALD .......................................
SCHAPPERT, KYLA .......................................
SCHICK, KAYLA T. ........................................
SCOTT, MARK E ............................................
SEITZ, JOANNE L. ........................................
SHAIN, CINDY ................................................
SMART, DONICA M. .....................................
SMITH, GEORGE S. ......................................
SRINIVAS, ARUN ...........................................
STEPAN, SANDRA L. ....................................
STEWART, CHERYL L. .................................
STOCKER, TAMARA......................................
STREMICK, STEVEN M. ...............................
SULEWSKI, TRAVIS K. .................................
SUMMERS, PATRICIA ...................................
SUWALA, PAT ................................................
TANK, HARLYNNE .........................................
TAYLOR, LORI E. ..........................................
TETZ, ROBERT ..............................................
THIRY, KAYLIN ..............................................
TOWNEND, JAMES .......................................
TRUONG, DANNY ..........................................
TUCK, MARLENE ...........................................
TYRER, ANGELA ...........................................
USICK, LOUISE M ..........................................
VANSTONE, JOY ...........................................
VANSTONE, LINDA A. ..................................
VELTHEIM, TOR ............................................
VIGLAS, BRIAN JOHN ...................................
WANG, ELVA YI .............................................
WARBEY, BRIAN ...........................................
WARD, CAROL M. .........................................
WEBB, GRAHAM E. ......................................
WEIERS, TED.................................................
WEISGERBER, GLENDA J. ..........................
WESA, TAMMY ..............................................

Finance
93,779
104,939
111,269
81,040
98,097
78,128
69,734
50,974
56,715
55,740
86,792
56,260
62,068
51,731
66,239
76,017
84,626
82,910
75,812
152,651
93,779
97,319
64,265
63,005
89,978
279,412
67,141
59,098
54,834
64,167
82,639
59,470
113,291
55,259
73,802
71,314
52,504
75,922
78,213
72,279
117,791
71,723
62,673
78,402
82,705
53,167
76,564
64,529
125,302
58,884
53,392
87,670
82,910
88,719
56,770
80,297
73,620
100,761
79,481
64,073
63,999
74,073
75,174
56,062
112,857
88,772
71,810
98,115
83,505
61,212
95,120
67,954
64,334
103,055
67,773
58,033

115
WESTMAN, KELVIN .......................................
WILLIAMS, BRAD ...........................................
WITTAL, GLORIA F. ......................................
WOLFE, TAMMY .............................................
WOLOSCHUK, CURTIS .................................
YANO, TRACY S. ...........................................
YEE, DONALD A. ...........................................
YOUNG, ALFREDO S. ...................................
YU, BRENDA ..................................................
ZAHARIA, DARCY ..........................................
ZWARYCH, MARWIN P. ................................
ZWIRSKY, DELMAR .......................................

69,615
67,550
88,745
82,918
77,094
82,910
73,795
124,547
55,907
73,724
51,412
80,123

Allowances for Members with Additional Duties


GANTEFOER, RODNEY R. ...........................
KRAWETZ, KEN P. ........................................

11,039
38,432

Benefits
EXTENDED HEALTH CARE PLAN ................$ 12,141,765
EXTENDED HEALTH CARE PLAN FOR
CERTAIN OTHER EMPLOYEES ................
2,905,467
EXTENDED HEALTH CARE PLAN
IN-SCOPE RETIREES ................................
1,289,290
EXTENDED HEALTH CARE PLAN-OUT
OF SCOPE RETIREES ...............................
468,221
GREAT WEST LIFE ASSURANCE CO. ........
603,221
JUDGES OF THE PROVINCIAL COURT
SUPERANNUATION PLAN ........................
3,532,065
MEMBERS OF THE LEGISLATIVE
ASSEMBLY BENEFITS ..............................
2,210,862
PUBLIC EMPLOYEES DENTAL PLAN...........
12,629,836
PUBLIC EMPLOYEES DISABILITY
INCOME PLAN ............................................
2,258,737
PUBLIC EMPLOYEES GROUP LIFE
INSURANCE PLAN .....................................
847,469
PUBLIC EMPLOYEES PENSION PLAN.........
55,584,515
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION
PLAN ........................................................... 121,666,549
RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADACANADA PENSION PLAN ..........................
26,819,287
RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA
EMPLOYMENT INSURANCE .....................
12,063,597
SASKATCHEWAN WORKERS'
COMPENSATION BOARD .........................
9,099,826

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 .....................................$

12,000,000

116

Finance

Goods and Services


Minister's Travel
GANTEFOER, HON. RODNEY R. ................. $
KRAWETZ, HON. KEN P. ..............................

4,665
20,164

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.
5 CALGARY DOWNTOWN SUITES............... $
BMO PURCHASE CARDS-FINANCE ............
C.I.B.C. MELLON GLOBAL
SECURITIES SERVICES CO. ...................
CHASE MCKAY BUSINESS SYSTEMS.........
IBM CANADA LTD. ........................................
KPMG LLP ......................................................
MARSH CANADA LIMITED ............................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES .................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
OFFICE .......................................................
PHOENIX ADVERTISING GROUP INC. .......
PRINTWEST ...................................................
PUBLIC EMPLOYEES BENEFITS
AGENCY REVOLVING FUND ....................
PUBLIC SERVICE SUPERANNUATION
PLAN ...........................................................
RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA
FINANCE CANADA ....................................
RMS SOLUTIONS INC. .................................
ROYAL BANK OF CANADA ...........................
SASKTEL ........................................................
WIZ-TEC COMPUTING TECHNOLOGIES
INC. ............................................................

55,645
654,627
64,964
157,548
1,192,726
237,867
73,830
2,882,414
7,119,496
116,012
96,243
1,202,355
51,749
1,310,000
88,076
571,145
142,209
68,472

Public Employees Benefit


Agency Revolving Fund
Revenue .......................................................... $
Expenses:
Salaries and Benefits .......... $
6,939,589
Goods and Services ............
6,524,674
Net Recovery .................................................. $

14,029,386
13,464,263
565,123

Details of expenses for the Public Employees Benefit


Agency Revolving Fund:

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
ANTONINI, DUSTIN........................................ $
BAHR, PERRY ................................................
BEKKER, MICHAEL........................................
BELANGER, RICHARD ..................................
BUTTS, CHERYL A. ......................................
CHARLTON, JOHN W. ..................................
COX, CHARLES S. ........................................
DECK, KATHY ................................................
DIEBEL, BARBARA ........................................

83,239
93,779
52,408
50,777
65,526
93,779
73,705
99,658
84,869

Public Accounts, 2010-11


DUBETA, MARNIE .........................................
FEI, XU PETER ..............................................
FOLK, BONNIE G. .........................................
FRANKE, LINDA A. .......................................
GATIN, CHRISTINE R. ..................................
GLOWA, DARLENE .......................................
GREEN, STEVE .............................................
HAACKE, SUSAN HOLLY AXTELL ...............
HALLETT, JOHN J. E. ...................................
HARDING, SHANE D. ...................................
HILL, JAYSON B. ..........................................
HUTCH, GARY ...............................................
IRELAND, ELAINE .........................................
JESS, JANINE H. ..........................................
JONES, DAWN ...............................................
KEHLER, DENISE F. .....................................
KELLY, DAVID L. ..........................................
MACKRILL, ANN ............................................
MARCHAND, KARA .......................................
MESSNER, JUSTIN M. .................................
MOLESKI, PHILLIP L. ...................................
PARKS, DEBORAH ........................................
SEWELL-ZUMSTIEN, DARA A. ....................
SMITH, BRIAN L. ..........................................
SOCKETT, KEVIN B. ....................................
SRINIVAS, SUDHA ........................................
STEVENSON, KIM .........................................
SUTHERLAND, KATHY L. ............................
SWEDBERG, DOUGLAS ...............................
TEXTOR, REGAN ..........................................
TOTH, LEANNE R. ........................................
ULRICH, MAUREEN ......................................
WALDE, KENT E. ..........................................
WALKER, GAYLORD M. ...............................
WEST, DONNA ..............................................
WOLF, TIFFANY N. .......................................

53,952
67,584
55,292
52,739
55,300
53,090
63,002
80,642
104,429
67,664
93,969
103,540
88,280
53,050
52,740
108,469
83,632
114,868
98,446
57,703
104,939
52,739
50,873
169,564
79,013
67,718
61,199
85,894
71,938
63,213
51,274
52,909
113,291
55,028
69,150
52,408

Benefits
EXTENDED HEALTH CARE PLAN ............... $
PUBLIC EMPLOYEES DENTAL PLAN ..........
PUBLIC EMPLOYEES PENSION PLAN ........
RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADACANADA PENSION PLAN .........................
RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA
EMPLOYMENT INSURANCE ....................
SASKATCHEWAN WORKERS'
COMPENSATION BOARD .........................

96,269
89,022
384,998
200,776
90,585
65,957

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.
AON CONSULTING ....................................... $
BMO PURCHASE CARDS-FINANCE ............
BTS GROUP INC. .........................................
CGI INFORMATION SYSTEMS &
MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS INC. .....
CPAS SYSTEMS INC. ..................................
DELOITTE & TOUCHE LLP ...........................
ECKLER LTD. ...............................................
ESTI CONSULTING SERVICES ....................
FCI ACCELERATED SOLUTIONS INC. .......
HEWITT ASSOCIATES ..................................
HUMBER CENTRE FOR EMPLOYEE
BENEFITS ..................................................
IBM CANADA LTD. .......................................
JAMES EVANS & ASSOCIATES LTD. .........
KPMG LLP ......................................................
MERCER CANADA LIMITED .........................

92,948
208,600
50,609
342,502
250,188
88,039
215,905
74,508
210,851
244,421
56,345
152,759
248,417
109,861
860,940

Public Accounts, 2010-11


MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES .................
NORTHERN REHABILITATION &
CONSULTING SERVICES INC. ................
OCCUPATIONAL REHABILITATION
GROUP OF CANADA .................................
ORACLE CANADA ULC .................................
RBC DEXIA INVESTOR SERVICES
TRUST ........................................................
SASKTEL ........................................................
TLD COMPUTERS INC. ................................

Finance
1,599,583
196,047
223,329
194,557
147,105
109,092
101,090

117

118

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 Provinces 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 Provinces 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.

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Finance - Debt Servicing

119

Finance - Debt Servicing

(thousands of dollars)
Salaries &
Benefits

Capital
Transfers

Operating
Transfers

Goods and
Services

Capital Asset
Amortization

Other
Expenses

Internal
Recoveries

Total

Debt Servicing (FD01)


Interest on Government Debt (Statutory)............................................................. $
Foreign Currency Adjustment (Statutory)............................................................
Fees and Commissions (Statutory)......................................................................
Subvote Total

........ $
........
........
........

........ $
........
........
........

........ $
........
........
........

........ $
........
........
........

........ $
........
........
........

399,101 $
(213)
4,550
403,438

........ $
........
........
........

399,101
(213)
4,550
403,438

Crown Corporation Debt Servicing (Statutory) (FD02)


Total

........
........ $

........
........ $

........
........ $

........
........ $

........
........ $

20,896
424,334 $

........
........ $

20,896
424,334

120

Finance - Debt Servicing

Other Expenses

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).
SASKATCHEWAN 2.50% SAVINGS BONDS
DUE JULY 15, 2010 .................................... $
SASKATCHEWAN 6.15% DEBENTURES
DUE SEPTEMBER 1, 2010 ........................
SASKATCHEWAN 4.00% SAVINGS BONDS
DUE JULY 15, 2011 ....................................
SASKATCHEWAN 4.75% MEDIUM TERM
NOTE DUE SEPTEMBER 5, 2011 .............
SASKATCHEWAN 4.20% SAVINGS BONDS
DUE JULY 15, 2012 ....................................
SASKATCHEWAN 5.25% DEBENTURES
DUE DECEMBER 3, 2012 ..........................
SASKATCHEWAN 7.619% DEBENTURES
DUE FEBRUARY 1, 2013 ...........................
SASKATCHEWAN 4.75% DEBENTURES
DUE JUNE 17, 2013 ...................................
SASKATCHEWAN 2.50% SAVINGS BONDS
DUE JULY 15, 2013 ....................................
SASKATCHEWAN 7.375-7.677%
DEBENTURES DUE JULY 15, 2013 ..........
SASKATCHEWAN 4.90% DEBENTURES
DUE DECEMBER 3, 2013 ..........................
SASKATCHEWAN 10.25% DEBENTURES
DUE APRIL 10, 2014 ..................................
SASKATCHEWAN 5.25% DEBENTURES
DUE JUNE 3, 2014 .....................................
SASKATCHEWAN 1.00% SAVINGS BONDS
DUE JULY 15, 2013 ....................................
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 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 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 ..............

189,330
11,685,000
2,036,113
4,963,750
7,531,971
15,750,000
43,258,624
9,262,500
79,641
22,872,192
9,800,000
59,851,390

Public Accounts, 2010-11

SASKATCHEWA 5.80% DEBENTURES


DUE SEPTEMBER 5, 2033 ........................
SASKATCHEWAN 5.60% DEBENTURES
DUE SEPTEMBER 5, 2035 ........................
SASKATCHEWAN 4.75% DEBENTURES
DUE JUNE 1, 2040 .....................................
SASKATCHEWAN 5.70% MEDIUM TERM
NOTE DUE SEPTEMBER 5, 2042 .............
DEBENTURES ISSUES TO THE CANADA
PENSION PLAN INVESTMENT FUND
VARIOUS %, VARIOUS MATURITY
DATES ........................................................

8,700,000
11,200,000
24,322,596
2,850,000

35,438,968

Other Interest:
Other Interest includes amounts in Debt Servicing (Subvote
FD01), Interest on Government Debt (Statutory).
EHEALTH SASKATCHEWAN ........................ $
EXTENDED HEALTH CARE PLAN FOR
CERTAIN OTHER RETIRED
EMPLOYEES .............................................
OIL & GAS ORPHAN FUND ..........................
PUBLIC EMPLOYEES DENTAL PLAN ..........
QUEENS BENCH-VARIOUS
LOCATIONS ...............................................
SASKATCHEWAN CROP INSURANCE
CORPORATION .........................................
SASAKTCHEWAN FINANCIAL SERVICES
COMMISSION ............................................
SASKATCHEWAN STUDENT AID FUND .....
SCHOOL DIVISION TAX LOSS
COMPENSATION FUND ...........................
TRASNSPORTATION PARTNERSHIPS
FUND ..........................................................

156,042
56,255
52,585
240,338
74,188
2,737,747
91,456
109,541
56,494
64,753

13,125,000
32,296
6,162,500
11,824,257
13,500,000
786,251
7,440,000
1,650,000
1,430,000
3,518,028
11,578,174
22,764,840
1,440,000
10,323,855
14,375,000
1,562,500
12,699,683
12,160,000
1,887,102

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 ............................. $
CIBC MELLON GLOBAL SECURITIES
SERVICES CO. .........................................
CIBC WORLD MARKETS ..............................
MOODYS CANADA INC. ..............................
NATIONAL BANK FINANCIAL INC. ..............
RBC DOMINION SECURITIES INC. .............
SCOTIA CAPITAL INC. .................................
STANDARD & POORS CORPORATION ......
TORONTO-DOMINION SECURITIES
INC. ...........................................................

153,000
84,296
180,000
120,900
67,500
180,000
99,000
103,925
99,000

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 POWER
CORPORATION .........................................
SASKATCHEWAN WATER
CORPORATION .........................................
SASKENERGY INCORPORATED .................

1,366,968
130,311
279,939
195,394

Public Accounts, 2010-11

First Nations and Mtis Relations

121

First Nations and Mtis Relations (Vote 25)


The Ministry strengthens relationships between First
Nations and non-First Nations people in the spirit of the
Treaties and ensures that First Nations and Mtis peoples
are consulted on provincial legislation and policies that may
impact their legal rights and interests. The Ministry works
with and beside First Nations, Mtis and northern peoples,
other provincial ministries, the federal government, local
governments, and business to ensure that Saskatchewan
First Nations and Mtis peoples and northerners have
opportunities to participate in and benefit from economic
and social development.

Central Management and Services


(Subvote FN01)
Objective
To provide executive direction and centrally managed
services in the area of finance, human resources,
information management, communications and other
operational services that include head office
accommodation required for the delivery of FNMRs
mandate.
Program Delivery
This program includes executive and central corporate
services. It provides central support to branches and
agencies in the following areas: communications, financial
services, facilities, purchasing, transportation, mail,
information technology, and human resources.

Policy Coordination and Support for


Aboriginal Organizations
(Subvote FN02)
Objective
To develop and coordinate government policies with
respect to First Nations and Mtis peoples. To provide
policy and operational guidance and advice to all Ministries
that has obligations under the Provinces duty to consult
when its decisions may impact Treaty and/or Aboriginal
rights of First Nations and Mtis people. To support
relationships and special initiatives with First Nations and
Mtis organizations.
Program Delivery
This program includes policy development; it supports
ministerial strategic planning, performs statistical research
and analysis, and develops relationships with First Nations
and Mtis peoples. It also provides grants under the First
Nations and Mtis Consultation Participation Fund.

Gaming Agreements (Subvote FN03)


Objective
To provide payments related to the Provinces financial
obligations pursuant to provincial gaming agreements.
Program Delivery
This program 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 Provinces obligations
to the First Nations Trust, community development
corporations, and Mtis Development Fund.

Treaty Land Entitlement


(Subvote FN04)
Objective
To provides for the Provinces financial obligations pursuant
to Treaty Land Entitlement Agreements.
Program Delivery
These agreements provide funding to satisfy the Provinces
obligations with respect to the Treaty land entitlement First
Nations. It also provides funding to compensate
municipalities and school divisions for foregone property
and education tax on rural lands that transfer to reserve
status.

Northern Affairs Division


(Subvote FN08)
Objective
To provide business and employment development
services throughout the North and assess policy decisions
of government and their impact on the development of
northern Saskatchewan. Provides support for the
implementation of the Northern Enterprise Regions and
administers financial support programs, mine surface lease
agreements, and monitors mining developments in the
North.
Program Delivery
This program provides business and employment
development services throughout the Northern Enterprise
Regions, and financial support to northern fishers, trappers,
businesses and entrepreneurs.
The program assesses and monitors developments in the
northern mining sector, and negotiates mine surface lease
agreements. It also works with stakeholders to encourage
positive relationships in support of northern mining
development and its associated benefits. It works with
other key northern resource sector interests focusing on:
relationship building, issues resolution, opportunity
identification, and strategy development; and the
facilitation/coordination of northerners inputs into related
government policy and program decisions.

Amortization of Capital Assets


(Subvote FN07)
Objective
To provide for the estimated annual consumption of the
Ministrys capital assets that are currently in use to provide
a public service.
Program Delivery
This programs accounts for the estimated annual
consumption of the Ministrys 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.

Public Accounts, 2010-11

First Nations and Mtis Relations

122

First Nations and Mtis Relations

(thousands of dollars)
Salaries &
Benefits

Capital
Transfers

Central Management and Services (FN01)


Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $
Executive Management........................................................................................
Central Services....................................................................................................
Accommodation Services.....................................................................................
Subvote Total

45 $
1,080
595
........
1,720

........ $
........
........
........
........

Policy Coordination and Support for Aboriginal Organizations (FN02)


Policy and Coordination........................................................................................
Support for Aboriginal Organizations and Issues................................................
First Nations and Mtis Consultation Participation Fund.....................................
Subvote Total

1,174
........
........
1,174

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

Gaming Agreements (FN03)


First Nations Gaming Agreements.......................................................................
Mtis Development Fund......................................................................................
Subvote Total

138
........
138

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

Treaty Land Entitlement (FN04)

494

Northern Affairs Division (FN08)


Northern Economic Development........................................................................
Northern Development Fund - Loan Loss Provision...........................................
Northern Industry and Resource Development...................................................
Northern Social Development..............................................................................
Subvote Total
Amortization of Capital Assets (FN07)
Total

(1) Includes communication expense of $124 and travel expense of $423.

Operating
Transfers
........ $
........
........
........
........

Goods and
Services (1)

Other
Expenses

Internal
Recoveries

Total

........ $
........
........
........
........

........ $
........
........
........
........

........ $
........
........
........
........

45
1,412
923
777
3,157

273
........
........
273

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

1
........
........
1

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

1,448
970
1,725
4,143

53,753
2,512
56,265

19
........
19

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

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

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

53,910
2,512
56,422

........

3,531

71

........

........

........

4,096

701
........
564
218
1,483

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

1,595
........
150
25
1,770

357
........
186
29
572

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

........
(14)
........
........
(14)

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

2,653
(14)
900
272
3,811

........
5,009 $

........
........ $

........
64,261 $

........
2,372 $

........
(13) $

........
........ $

........
970
1,725
2,695

........ $
332
328
777
1,437

Capital Asset
Amortization

1
1 $

1
71,630

Public Accounts, 2010-11

First Nations and Mtis Relations

123

Salaries and Benefits

Transfers

Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for


salaries, wages, honorariums, etc. and for pension and
public sector benefits.

Listed, by program, are transfers to recipients who received


$50,000 or more.

Salaries

Policy Coordination and


Support for Aboriginal
Organizations (FN02)

ADREES, SOHAIL .......................................... $


BANCESCU, ROSELLE .................................
BIRLEY, SUSAN .............................................
BLYTH, SANDRA L. ......................................
BOYES, SCOTT .............................................
BRADEN, BONNY ..........................................
BRASS, JENNIFER ........................................
CARANI, SUSAN K. .......................................
CROWE, RONALD M. ...................................
DELORMIER-HILL, TRISHA M. .....................
DUNITZ, JARED .............................................
ERICKSON, SHARON ....................................
EYRE, MAUREEN ..........................................
FITCH, ASHLEY M. .......................................
FOSTER, ALETHEA A. ..................................
FROH, F. JAMES............................................
GOSSELIN, PETER........................................
GRAY, KERRY D. ..........................................
GRESCHNER, KELVIN J. .............................
GUBBELS, VICTORIA S. A. ..........................
HOWORKO, DOUG ........................................
HUSLI, BRENDA ............................................
JACKSON, GEORGE E. ................................
JOEL, M. JAN .................................................
JOHNSTON, DANIEL .....................................
JONES, ANITA ...............................................
KELLY, WARREN F. ......................................
KLEBECK, JACQUIE F. .................................
KYDD, KIM N. ................................................
LA ROCQUE, MARK E. .................................
LAFONTAINE, PATRICIA C. .........................
LAWTON, KRISTOPHER ...............................
LOOYESTEIN, DOROTHY .............................
MACPHERSON, SEONAID ............................
MARCOTTE, GISELLE M. .............................
MAURER, MICHELLE M. ..............................
MCLEOD, CRYSTAL I. ..................................
MIZANSKI, PETER .........................................
OFFET, CATHERINE M. ...............................
PICKETTS, VALERIE J. ................................
REID, JOHN LOUDEN....................................
ROY, GERALD ...............................................
SCHENHER, GARRY J. ................................
SIMALUK, NORMAN N. .................................
STANGELAND, MARLIN ................................
SWAN, SAM C. ..............................................
TURKHEIM, RICHARD J. ..............................

50,180
59,773
102,884
61,972
84,392
88,259
103,055
103,055
188,450
123,098
51,018
71,456
50,303
52,159
113,291
131,034
92,697
111,871
139,082
82,707
113,291
58,544
74,563
101,669
103,055
163,769
89,370
50,321
56,240
113,291
103,055
60,685
88,713
124,547
124,547
76,750
111,930
105,810
111,276
63,568
66,840
76,482
74,098
76,594
99,826
90,804
141,320

Allowances for Members with Additional Duties


CHEVELDAYOFF, KEN A. ............................ $
HUTCHINSON, BILL P. .................................

33,628
11,209

Support for Aboriginal Organizations


and Issues
FEDERATION OF SASKATCHEWAN
INDIAN NATIONS .......................................$
FEDERATION OF SASKATCHEWAN
INDIANS INC. .............................................
METIS NATION OF SASKATCHEWAN..........
SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN EQUITY
FOUNDATION INC. ...................................
SASKATCHEWAN INDIAN INSTITUTE
OF TECHNOLOGIES ..................................

160,500
50,000
385,000
100,000
60,000

First Nations and Mtis Consultation


Participation Fund
ARCHERWILL METIS LOCAL NO. 58
INC. ............................................................$
FEDERATION OF SASKATCHEWAN
INDIANS INC. .............................................
JAMES SMITH CREE NATION .......................
JIM BRADY DEVELOPMENT CORP. ............
LAC LA RONGE INDIAN BAND
NO. 219 .......................................................
METIS NATION OF SASKATCHEWAN..........
MUSKODAY FIRST NATIONS .......................
ONION LAKE CREE NATION .........................

194,000
92,085
325,850
58,300
327,600
410,000
161,000
75,000

Gaming Agreements (FN03)


First Nations Gaming Agreements
BATC COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
CORPORATION ..........................................$
BEAR CLAW COMMUNITY DEV INC. ..........
DAKOTA DUNES COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT CORP. ............................
FIRST NATIONS TRUST ................................
NORTHERN LIGHTS COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION .............
PAINTED HAND COMMUNITY
DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION .............

2,352,538
59,110
4,362,601
40,420,501
5,585,206
973,465

Mtis Development Fund


CLARENCE CAMPEAU DEVELOPMENT
FUND ..........................................................$

2,512,501

124

First Nations and Mtis Relations

Treaty Land Entitlement (FN04)


RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA
INDIAN & NORTHERN AFFAIRS ............... $

3,384,865

Northern Affairs Division (FN08)


Northern Economic Development
ATHABASCA ENTERPRISE REGION
CORPORATION ......................................... $
BOREAL WEST ENTERPRISES REGION
INC. ............................................................
CHURCHILL RIVER ENTERPRISE
REGION ......................................................
FRESHWATER FISH MARKETING
CORP. ........................................................

314,624
368,825
425,634
250,000

Northern Industry and Resource


Development
SASKATCHEWAN CO-OPERATIVE
FISHERIES LTD. ....................................... $

150,000

Goods and Services


Minister's Travel
CHEVELDAYOFF, HON. KENNETH A. ......... $
HUTCHINSON, HON. BILL P. .......................

29,961
6,618

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-FIRST
NATIONS & METIS AFFAIRS..................... $
DEREK MURRAY CONSULTING
ASSOCIATES .............................................
JENKINS, ERIC ..............................................
JOHNSON, BARRY JOHN .............................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES .................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
OFFICE .......................................................
REACH COMMUNICATIONS INC. ................
SASKTEL ........................................................

133,065
83,000
60,638
52,200
918,181
308,538
55,876
60,035

Other Expenses
Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for
expenses not included in the above categories.
BATC COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT
CORPORATION ......................................... $

937,113

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Government Services

125

Government Services (Vote 13)


The mandate of the Ministry is to support public agency
program delivery by providing best value for client
requirements in the areas of accommodation, property
management, transportation, purchasing, risk management,
records management, telecommunications and mail
services.

Central Management and Services


(Subvote GS01)
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, policy and planning, risk management, and
communications.

Program Delivery
This program provides support services to ministries and
public agencies. The program provides centralized mail
handling services including pick-up, sorting and delivery;
strategic direction of telecommunication services including
CommunityNet and telephone services; and provides a
central, secure storage facility for warehousing and
retrieving government documents. The program functions
as a shared service allocating costs to ministries and
recovering expenses from external clients.

Project Management (Subvote GS03)


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 primarily as a shared service allocating
costs to ministries.

Accommodation Services
(Subvote GS02)

Purchasing (Subvote GS04)

Objective
To provide for the operation, maintenance and disposal of
government buildings and facilities.

Objective
To provide for government procurement of various goods
and services, and for supplier development.

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. The program
provides facility operations in owned and leased buildings,
maintenance, and security services. The program operates
and maintains the Legislative Building. The program mainly
functions as a shared service allocating costs to ministries
and recovering expenses from external clients.

Program Delivery
This program provides centralized procurement services for
government ministries and disposes of goods when they
are no longer required. Program activities include service
contracts, purchase orders, standing offers and
delegations.

Transportation Services
(Subvote GS05)

Objective
To provide for the investment of major capital asset
acquisitions.

Objective
To provide for government's vehicle fleet, executive air
services and air ambulance services.

Program Delivery
This program provides for major capital asset acquisitions
including land, infrastructure, buildings, vehicles, aircraft,
information technology and other capital.

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 functions as a
shared service allocating costs to ministries and recovering
expenses from external clients.

Government Support Services


(Subvote GS06)
Objective
To provide for the operation of government support services
including mail, telecommunications, records management
and other support services.

Major Capital Asset Acquisitions


(Subvote GS07)

Amortization of Capital Assets


(Subvote GS08)
Objective
To provide for the estimated annual consumption of the
Ministrys capital assets.
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.

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Government Services

126

Government Services

(thousands of dollars)
Salaries &
Benefits

Central Management and Services (GS01)


Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $
Executive Management........................................................................................
Central Services....................................................................................................
Accommodation Services.....................................................................................
Allocated to Services Subvotes............................................................................
Subvote Total

45 $
520
3,192
........
........
3,757

Capital
Transfers

Operating
Transfers

........ $
........
........
........
........
........

........ $
........
........
........
........
........

Goods and
Services (1)
........ $
108
3,118
303
(7,259)
(3,730)

Capital Asset
Amortization
........ $
........
5
........
........
5

Other
Expenses

Internal
Recoveries

........ $
........
12
........
........
12

........ $
........
........
........
........
........

........

Total
45
628
6,327
303
(7,259)
44

Accommodation Services (GS02)


Operations and Maintenance of Property............................................................
Accommodation Costs Incurred on Behalf of the Legislative
Assembly..........................................................................................................
Program Delivery and Client Services.................................................................
Wind Energy..........................................................................................................
Environmental Sustainability Investments...........................................................
Accommodation Allocated to Ministries...............................................................
Accommodation Charged to External Clients......................................................
Subvote Total

15,956

........

235

108,743

22,347

116

102
11,127
........
........
........
........
27,185

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

........
........
........
........
........
........
235

3,049
5,700
320
2,210
........
........
120,022

........
84
........
........
........
........
22,431

........
11
........
........
........
........
127

........
........
........
........
(116,281)
........
(116,281)

3,151
16,922
320
2,210
(116,281)
........
53,719

Transportation Services (GS05)


Vehicle Services....................................................................................................
Air Services...........................................................................................................
Transportation Services Allocated to Ministries...................................................
Transportation Services Charged to External Clients.........................................
Subvote Total

1,159
3,009
........
........
4,168

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

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

24,818
4,298
........
........
29,116

10,791
1,956
........
........
12,747

736
567
........
........
1,303

........
........
(28,462)
........
(28,462)

37,504
9,830
(28,462)
........
18,872

Government Support Services (GS06)


Mail Services.........................................................................................................
Telecommunications Services..............................................................................
Other Services.......................................................................................................
Government Support Services Allocated to Ministries........................................
Government Support Services Charged to External Clients...............................
Subvote Total

2,015
188
64
........
........
2,267

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

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

10,672
14,649
558
........
........
25,879

50
........
........
........
........
50

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

........
........
........
(19,549)
........
(19,549)

12,737
14,837
622
(19,549)
........
8,647

Project Management (GS03)


Courthouses..........................................................................................................
SIAST Buildings....................................................................................................
Other......................................................................................................................
Project Management Allocated to Ministries........................................................
Project Management Charged to External Clients..............................................
Subvote Total

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

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

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

........
8,116
5,229
........
........
13,345

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

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

........
........
........
(1,451)
........
(1,451)

........
8,116
5,229
(1,451)
........
11,894

........

........

14

61

Purchasing (GS04)

1,256

333

........

147,397

1,664

Public Accounts, 2010-11


Major Capital Asset Acquisitions (GS07)
Land, Buildings and Improvements......................................................................
Machinery and Equipment....................................................................................
Subvote Total
Amortization of Capital Assets (GS08)
Land, Buildings and Improvements..............................................
Machinery and Equipment............................................................
Allocated......................................................................................
Subvote Total
Total
$
Government Services
$
Government Services - Commercial Operations
Accommodation Services (GS02)................................................
Transportation Services (GS05)...................................................
Government Support Services (GS06).........................................
Project Management (GS03)........................................................
Total Commercial Operations
Total
$
(1) Includes communication expense of $139 and travel expense of $1,267.

Government Services
........
........
........

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

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

........
........
........
........
38,633 $

........
........
........
........
........ $

........
........
........
........
235 $

28,732 $

........ $

7,594
1,608
699
........
9,901
38,633 $

........
........
........
........
........
........ $

127
........
........
........

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

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

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

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

........
........
........
........
184,965 $

........
........
........
........
35,247 $

........
........
........
........
1,503 $

........
........
........
........
(165,743) $

........
........
........
........
94,840

235 $

122,289 $

24,024 $

1,435 $

(165,743) $

10,972

........
........
........
........
........
235 $

31,641
11,234
7,907
11,894
62,676
184,965 $

6,289
4,919
15
........
11,223
35,247 $

68
........
........
........
68
1,503 $

........
........
........
........
........
(165,743) $

45,592
17,761
8,621
11,894
83,868
94,840

128

Government Services

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
ALLEN, GEORGE ........................................... $
AMBRIDGE, ROGER ......................................
ANDERSON, WAYNE M. ...............................
ANDRIST, GARY M. ......................................
ANSELL, FRANCOIS ......................................
APRIL, LAWRENCE .......................................
ARNDT, HOWARD .........................................
ARSENAULT, MAURICE W. ..........................
ASHTON, KENNETH W. ................................
AYOTTE, ROLAND V. ...................................
BACHINSKI, TERRY JOHN ............................
BALZER, LOWELL..........................................
BARBER, COLIN R. .......................................
BARSI, GERRY C. .........................................
BATA, STEVE .................................................
BATEMAN, ALLEN D. ....................................
BATEMAN, ALLEN W. ...................................
BAYLAK, RICK................................................
BEAHM, SELENA M. .....................................
BELANEY, TANYANN ....................................
BELANGER, GARTH ......................................
BELLAMY, RAYMOND G. .............................
BERGSTROM, WADE K. ...............................
BERNSTEIN, ALFRED G. ..............................
BLONDEAU, LAURIE D. ................................
BLONKE, CALVIN...........................................
BOOTH, WARREN L. ....................................
BOTKIN, H. JUNE ...........................................
BOYLE, MAUREEN ........................................
BRANIFF, MERVIN D. ...................................
BREZINSKY, ROBERT ...................................
BRIERLEY, LLOYD E. ...................................
BROWN, GORDON H. ...................................
BROWN, MARIANNA .....................................
BRUVOLD, MERVYN .....................................
BRYANTON, DAVE S. ...................................
BUCKOSKI, MARTHA E. ...............................
BUCSIS, BARRY ............................................
BUECHLER, JILL M. ......................................
BUEHLER, BRADLEY ....................................
BUMPHREY, SHAWN ....................................
BUSH, DONALD R. ........................................
BUZASH, GLENN E. ......................................
CAMPBELL, ANTHONY .................................
CATTELL, LYLE..............................................
CHAMBERLAIN, DENNIS G. .........................
CHITTENDEN, NEYSA ...................................
CHURCH, COLE M. .......................................
CLARKE, ROBERT G. ...................................
COAKWELL, RICHARD ..................................
COOMBS, KEITH D. ......................................
CROSS, SHANNON JANE .............................
CULLEN, CINDY .............................................
CWYNAR, DOUG ...........................................
DASH, DALE ...................................................
DAY, BARRY A. .............................................
DEAN, JEFFERY D. .......................................
DECK, GLENN ................................................
DEDMAN, RONALD G. ..................................
DEMASSI, MICHAEL J. .................................
DESPINS, GLEN.............................................
DESPINS, WENDY P. ....................................
DIXON, DOUG J. ...........................................
DONOVEL, IVAN N. .......................................
DOROSH, CURTIS .........................................
DRUMMOND, JACQUI ...................................

85,295
73,920
51,191
120,282
54,244
50,633
105,651
124,547
85,361
58,880
74,628
93,779
85,295
61,856
67,253
79,814
73,920
59,710
50,409
57,391
103,055
85,295
67,253
108,137
75,962
82,270
83,171
69,009
195,070
50,360
62,357
59,741
53,461
53,481
58,032
103,055
55,841
53,519
67,253
58,168
50,636
61,313
58,777
56,232
51,359
52,137
51,838
61,596
79,814
50,874
73,920
54,607
74,738
67,282
52,488
66,836
97,405
102,596
204,323
70,538
74,552
74,387
53,730
58,732
55,957
58,609

Public Accounts, 2010-11

DRUMMOND, NORMAN ................................


DUBRAY, BRADLEY H. ................................
EATON, STUART ...........................................
ECKER, ROXANNE M. .................................
ECKLUND, ROBERT K. ................................
EDMISON, DONALD ......................................
EGELAND, JEFF V. ......................................
ELAWAD, YASIR ............................................
ELDER, DOUGLAS ........................................
ELDER, ROBERT D. .....................................
ELKE, DIANNE ...............................................
ELL, LARRY ...................................................
ELLIOTT, ERIC ..............................................
ERMEL, RON .................................................
FERGUSON, SHELLY ...................................
FERRIS, DOUG ..............................................
FINK, KELLY ..................................................
FISKE, GERALD R. .......................................
FORGIE, LEANNE .........................................
FORSYTH, DAVID .........................................
FOSSUM, ROBERT .......................................
FRANCIS, IVAN .............................................
FREELAND, CHAD ........................................
FRIESEN, BRAD ............................................
FUENTES, JUAN L. ......................................
GACKLE, DONALD ........................................
GALLAGHER, THOMAS ................................
GARTNER, MONICA U. ................................
GEIB, LEROY M. ...........................................
GELOWICZ, ERNIE D. ..................................
GELOWICZ, RHONDA ...................................
GENDALL, LEONARD ...................................
GILCHRIST, IAN G. .......................................
GIROUX, JASON M. .....................................
GODFREY, TODD ..........................................
GOODCHILD, LLOYD DOUGLAS .................
GRAY, DARREN ............................................
GROSSMAN, JENNIFER ...............................
HADLAND, MYRON .......................................
HAGEL, THOMAS ..........................................
HALLETT, RAY F. .........................................
HALVORSON, CAROL ...................................
HAMILTON, KENT .........................................
HAMRE, BARRY ............................................
HANDFORD, LESLIE A. ................................
HARE, LESLIE F. ..........................................
HARRISON, HARVEY ....................................
HEGEL, KENNETH E. ...................................
HEPTING, HEATHER ....................................
HILL, DANIEL .................................................
HILL, MERVIN ................................................
HIPFNER, RONALD .......................................
HOOPER, WAYNE .........................................
HOPKIN, STUART .........................................
HORSMAN, DEBBIE L. .................................
HUBER, HELEN .............................................
HUGEL, MICHELLE S. ..................................
HUSAK, WAYNE N. ......................................
HUTCHINGS, WM GARY ...............................
IONESCU, JOAN ............................................
IRONSTAR, CARMEN ...................................
ISBISTER, ROBERT A. .................................
IVEY, GERALD N. .........................................
JACKSON, BRUCE ........................................
JACKSON, GARRY ........................................
JANZEN, KENNETH D. .................................
JENKINS, DONALD KEVIN ............................
JOHNSON, BLAINE J. ..................................
JONES, DALE ................................................
KACHUR, DANA ............................................
KINGSTON, DOUG I. ....................................
KIRKHAM, STEVE B. ....................................
KIST, MARVIN W. .........................................
KLEISINGER, JARED ....................................
KLIPPENSTEIN, MICHAEL ............................
KNISLEY, DANIEL G. ....................................

96,569
60,457
73,417
52,823
51,521
53,809
137,130
80,318
110,671
61,090
51,457
74,276
50,801
65,169
67,918
64,965
50,496
64,951
102,596
61,350
52,162
85,295
61,069
69,706
74,642
64,354
73,920
71,375
69,004
61,727
64,295
93,539
113,068
79,816
103,055
106,650
56,667
67,964
52,503
65,116
62,482
102,596
96,563
112,881
85,361
54,720
95,177
87,802
55,259
64,424
59,225
85,295
62,303
52,589
60,548
125,936
56,960
54,438
84,014
73,225
68,129
113,291
66,290
63,914
50,677
61,083
50,211
61,111
58,054
75,060
58,772
78,596
59,463
72,683
81,709
120,248

Public Accounts, 2010-11


KOSHMAN, DEBBIE F. .................................
KOSMENKO, SCOTT A. ................................
KOTYK, BARRY P. ........................................
KOWAL, JACQUELENE M. ...........................
KOWALSKI, DARRELL M. .............................
KOWULA, ROD S. .........................................
KULLMAN, BEVERLEY A. .............................
LABERGE, ANDRE MICHEL ..........................
LEE, KING ......................................................
LEITNER, GREGORY A. ...............................
LEWIS, PAUL J. .............................................
LLOYD, NEIL G. ............................................
LONG, GARRY R. .........................................
LOVERIDGE, BARBARA L. ...........................
LUMB, PATRICK ............................................
LUSK, GREGORY W. ....................................
MACCALLUM, MARNIE .................................
MACKENZIE, GRANT ....................................
MARCKOSKI, STEVE M. ...............................
MARKEL, RAYE A. ........................................
MARTIN, RON ................................................
MARTIN, SHELLEY A. ...................................
MARTINEAU, CHARLES B. ..........................
MASSOUD, IBRAHIM .....................................
MCADAM, SAM ..............................................
MEIJER, NORMAN .........................................
MEPHAM, SUSAN M. ....................................
MERCIER, TROY R. ......................................
METZ, MARCEL G. .......................................
MILLEKER, DWIGHT E. J. ............................
MITCHELL, GLYNN PATRICK .......................
MOFFAT, DARRELL.......................................
MOORE, JASON M. T. ..................................
MORRIS, MURRAY C. ..................................
MULLEN, ALLEN D. ......................................
MUSIC, HEATHER .........................................
MUSK, DARCY G. .........................................
NAHIRNEY, DAN ............................................
NEPPER, PAUL R. ........................................
NORDYKE, MARLENE ...................................
O'CONNELL, DAN ..........................................
OBOROWSKY, LAWRENCE P. ....................
OLESON, CHRISTOPHER .............................
OLSON, ARNELL ...........................................
OLSON, STEPHEN ........................................
ORBAN, TERRY .............................................
PARKER, CURTIS ..........................................
PAUL, WANDA ...............................................
PEARSON, DUANE ........................................
PELLETIER, SHANE ......................................
PERRY, LYNDON...........................................
PETERS, ROBERT.........................................
PETERSON, MARGARET ..............................
PORTER, LOREEN ........................................
POTTER, JODY D. ........................................
PRATT, DALE H. ...........................................
RADIGAN, PAUL ............................................
RAM, TANYA ..................................................
REDDEKOPP, SHELLEY ...............................
REID, RAE G. ................................................
REIGERT, ALBERT D. ..................................
REIN, BRUCE H. ...........................................
RENSBY, JEFF...............................................
RENTON, D ROSS .........................................
RICHARD, MARNIE........................................
ROBERTS, EDWARD A. ...............................
ROBIN, DICKSON J. .....................................
RODMAN, CHRISTINA A. .............................
ROSE, RAE M. ..............................................
ROSS, JENNIFER ..........................................
ROY, LEONARD .............................................
RYAN, TARA ..................................................
SANKEY, DANNY ...........................................
SASS, LEONARD JOHN ................................
SAWATZKY, GERALD G. ..............................
SCHELL, DOUG .............................................

Government Services
139,055
105,994
64,893
51,810
56,226
58,788
72,819
94,112
77,045
64,873
53,222
64,986
87,800
78,395
109,850
123,746
62,631
58,004
90,864
58,552
76,163
52,289
123,063
74,455
62,302
60,843
74,957
59,947
67,780
112,481
113,291
50,633
91,459
52,739
136,331
73,855
52,958
64,880
91,733
55,737
58,459
64,717
113,291
52,631
54,423
77,571
71,616
68,674
50,311
50,670
50,653
51,735
74,841
113,268
57,777
59,152
113,291
59,911
114,156
62,000
52,505
59,537
81,828
50,633
50,055
82,049
79,814
63,346
52,362
63,930
69,977
63,233
85,295
63,373
59,015
93,224

SCHILLER, ANITA ..........................................


SCHMIDT, DAVID ...........................................
SCHROH, DALE .............................................
SCHULTZ, SCOTT E. ....................................
SCHUURMANS, FRANK ................................
SCOTT, PERRY ..............................................
SCOVORANSKI, EDWARD ............................
SEABORG, GARRY A. ..................................
SEABROOK, KENNETH .................................
SEBASTIAN, JOYCE L. .................................
SELINGER, DONNA .......................................
SERVISS, JASON ...........................................
SHIRKEY, CHARLES ......................................
SHORTER, LENORE ......................................
SILZER, DELAYNE A. ....................................
SIMPSON, C. SCOTT .....................................
SMITH, BLAIR A. ...........................................
SMITH, SHANNON .........................................
SMITH, SHAUN D. .........................................
ST. ONGE, CANDICE .....................................
STACYSZYN, VALERIE A. ............................
STALLARD, AILEEN .......................................
STANKEWICH, LAWRENCE ..........................
STATLER, STACEY ........................................
STECHYSHYN, RONALD ...............................
STEEVES, DOUGLAS J. ...............................
STONE, KENNETH .........................................
STORDY, JOHN F. ........................................
STROH, HELEN ..............................................
SWAYZE, NORMAN J. D. ..............................
TAMAKI, GRAHAM T. ....................................
TEWELDE, BEN ..............................................
THOMPSON, JAMES ......................................
TIAN, JOHN ....................................................
TOCHOR, JEFF ..............................................
TOTH, DARRELL ............................................
TOTH, DOUG ..................................................
TOTH, STEVE A. ...........................................
TUER, DONNA ................................................
ULRICH, RODNEY..........................................
URQUHART, JANA .........................................
VENAAS, GARRY W. .....................................
VOLK, EDWIN .................................................
VOSS, MARVIN R. .........................................
WALTER, KENNETH N. .................................
WANG, JUN ....................................................
WATSON, COLIN C. ......................................
WEEKS, ANDY ...............................................
WEISGERBER, GARTH T. ............................
WESSEL, TREVOR K. ...................................
WHITEHEAD, DARREN ..................................
WIEBE, GRANT ..............................................
WILCOCKS, DEAN .........................................
WILSON, DAVID ALLAN .................................
WILSON, JOHN A. .........................................
WIRLL, ROBERT ............................................
YOCHIM, JASON ............................................
ZIMMER, VICTOR JOSEPH ...........................
ZORN, DAVID .................................................
ZORN, HENRY ................................................

129
57,398
58,716
77,183
68,585
73,920
73,920
58,243
58,032
59,584
68,276
62,531
100,975
55,944
55,063
66,509
68,476
63,806
67,466
79,814
69,821
97,263
52,080
85,295
54,217
54,362
77,674
61,653
93,113
73,291
86,438
80,968
63,928
108,039
60,319
58,591
93,779
63,726
108,570
66,793
79,644
55,331
64,354
51,990
52,056
114,884
56,291
63,019
108,745
58,772
58,539
85,295
51,702
50,683
85,295
77,041
57,034
59,444
69,094
61,980
85,346

Allowances for Members with Additional Duties


ROSS, LAURA ................................................$
TELL, CHRISTINE A. .....................................

33,877
11,039

130

Government Services

Transfers
Listed, by program, are transfers to recipients who received
$50,000 or more.

Accommodation Services
(GS02)
Operations and Maintenance of
Property
CAFETERIA BOARD ...................................... $

200,000

Goods and Services


Minister's Travel
ROSS, HON. LAURA B. ................................. $
TELL, HON. CHRISTINE ................................

6,237
1,175

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.
101049086 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ............. $
101094353 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. .............
1323897 ALBERTA LIMITED..........................
1572880 ONTARIO LTD. ...............................
1621 ALBERT STREET DEVELOPMENT
CORPORATION .........................................
2ND AVE TIRE & CAR WASH ........................
330906 ALBERTA LTD. .................................
590577 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ...................
592791 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ...................
610829 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ...................
625706 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ...................
628079 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ...................
ABSTRACT CONSTRUCTION LTD. .............
ACCESS COMMUNICATIONS
CO-OPERATIVE LTD. ...............................
ADA ARCHITECTURE INC. ..........................
AECOM CANADA LTD. .................................
ALFA ENGINEERING LTD. ...........................
ALFAROSE AUTOBODY ................................
ALL-PRO ENVIRONMENTAL
CONTRACTING LTD. ................................
ALLIANCE ENERGY LTD. .............................
ALSASK FIRE EQUIPMENT...........................
ARIAL ELECTRIC LTD. .................................
ASIIL ENTERPRISES LTD. ...........................
ASSOCIATED ENGINEERING (SASK)
LTD. ...........................................................
AUTO ELECTRIC SERVICE LTD. .................
BAMBROUGH & ASSOCIATES INC. ............
BATTLEFORDS & DISTRICT
CO-OPERATIVES LTD. .............................
BEAVER RIVER COMMUNITY FUTURES
DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION .............
BERSCH & ASSOCIATES LTD. ....................
BETCHAR HOLDINGS LTD. .........................
BLACK & MCDONALD LIMITED ....................
BLUE WATER ENTERPRISES ......................
BMO PURCHASE CARDS-GOVERNMENT
SERVICES ..................................................

1,168,422
261,255
64,740
166,444
296,921
77,907
207,196
268,832
69,306
52,500
335,389
246,038
152,008
300,000
94,907
75,309
69,911
58,897
92,084
1,886,059
149,841
52,114
109,758
51,658
113,282
52,659
106,897
168,476
207,526
1,109,884
389,725
87,954
6,335,875

Public Accounts, 2010-11

BROADCAST PLACE PROPERTIES INC. ...


BROWNLEE BEATON KREKE ......................
BRUNNERS CONSTRUCTION LTD. ............
BUCKWOLD PROPERTIES ...........................
C & E MECHANICAL INC. ............................
C & S BUILDERS LTD. .................................
CANADA POST CORPORATION ..................
CAPITAL FORD LINCOLN INC. ....................
CAPITAL PONTIAC, BUICK,
CADILLAC,GMC. LTD. ..............................
CARDINAL CONSTRUCTION CO. LTD. ......
CARLYLE, TOWN OF ....................................
CARMONT CONSTRUCTION LTD. ..............
CATTERALL & WRIGHT CONSULTING
ENGINEERS ..............................................
CCD WESTERN LIMITED ..............................
CCR CONSTRUCTION LTD. ........................
CHIP REIT NO. 19 OPERATIONS
LIMITED PARTNERSHIP ...........................
CHOICE ELECTRICAL SUPPLY LTD. .........
CHRISTIE MECHANICAL LIMITED ...............
CHUBB EDWARDS ........................................
CITY CENTRE MALL .....................................
CLARK ROOFING (1964) LTD. .....................
CLEARWATER VENTURES INC. .................
COLLIERS MCCLOCKLIN REAL
ESTATE CORP. ........................................
COLLOYD INC. .............................................
COMMISSIONAIRES SASKATCHEWAN ......
CONEXUS PLAZA .........................................
CONLON ELECTRIC LTD. ............................
COUNTRY WIDE MOVING & STORAGE ......
CRESTVIEW CHRYSLER DODGE JEEP .....
CRESTVIEW ROOFING LTD. .......................
CROWN INVESTMENTS CORPORATION
OF SASKATCHEWAN ...............................
CUMBERLAND REGIONAL COLLEGE .........
CYPRESS PAVING (1976) LTD. ...................
D & J TRUCKING ...........................................
D2 CONSTRUCTION LTD. ...........................
DE LINT & EDWARDS ARCHITECTS ...........
DERRICK PLAZA ...........................................
DOMCO CONSTRUCTION INC. ...................
DOMINION CONSTRUCTION CO. INC. .......
DOMO GASOLINE CORPORATION LTD. ...
DROBOT MANAGEMENT LTD. ....................
DUNDEE REALTY MANAGEMENT
CORP. .......................................................
DYNAMEX CANADA LTD. ............................
E-ZSIGMA (CANADA) INC. ...........................
EAGLE CREEK MOTOR PRODUCTS
LTD. ...........................................................
EAST SIDE ESTATES INC. ..........................
EDWARDS EDWARDS MCEWEN
ARCHITECTS .............................................
EECOL ELECTRIC CORP. ...........................
ELEVATOR SYSTEMS PROFESSIONALS
INC. ...........................................................
ELLIOTT AVIATION INC. ..............................
EVANS CONSOLES CORPORATION ...........
FAS GAS OIL LTD. .......................................
FASTTRACK MANAGEMENT GROUP
LTD. & ARCON SERVICES LTD. .............
FB PROPERTIES LTD. .................................
FEDERATED CO-OPERATIVES LIMITED ....
FEDOROWICH CONSTRUCTION LTD. .......
FLIGHTSAFETY INTERNATIONAL ...............
FLYNN CANADA LTD. ..................................
FORTIS PROPERTIES CORPORATION ......
FORTRESS PROPERTIES INC. ...................
FOUNTAIN TIRE ............................................
FRONTIER BUILDERS ..................................
GAS PLUS SKMN INC. .................................
GENE'S REALTY PARTNERSHIP .................
GENIVAR INC. ..............................................
GLASS MANOR .............................................

50,744
59,299
53,240
711,604
118,987
1,216,985
4,155,556
123,475
93,631
117,789
51,498
1,057,960
53,081
387,575
193,604
221,519
55,874
250,967
94,207
53,149
146,155
126,946
831,163
356,530
2,523,726
1,312,822
65,204
85,171
223,740
514,237
77,116
52,113
254,251
51,200
51,996
173,653
122,797
158,972
271,682
103,741
98,111
5,325,501
81,905
94,820
105,860
123,176
534,779
303,689
68,610
137,598
110,757
1,045,286
548,561
263,054
4,368,127
600,155
240,315
244,739
1,647,833
86,498
55,470
1,079,956
54,645
60,000
325,477
1,554,197

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GOODYEAR CANADA INC. ..........................
GUS'S AUTOMOTIVE SERVICE ...................
H & H HOLDINGS...........................................
HBI OFFICE PLUS INC. ................................
HDL INVESTMENTS INC. & CANADA
LIFE ASSURANCE CO. &
SASKPEN PROPERTIES LTD. .................
HDL INVESTMENTS INC. & SASKPEN
PROPERTIES LTD. ...................................
HUDSON BAY, TOWN OF .............................
HUNDSETH LINE CONSTRUCTION
CORP. ........................................................
HUNTINGDON REAL ESTATE
INVESTMENT TRUST ................................
HUSKY OIL LTD. ...........................................
IBM CANADA LTD. ........................................
ICR PROPERTY MANAGEMENT ..................
IMPERIAL OIL ................................................
IMPERIAL PARKING CANADA CORP. .........
INDEPENDENT CONSTRUCTION
MANAGEMENT INC. .................................
INFORMATION SERVICES
CORPORATION .........................................
INNOVATION PLACE .....................................
J.A.B.A. CONSTRUCTION LTD. ...................
JAY'S GROUP OF COMPANIES ...................
JETSTREAM CONSULTING
INCORPORATED .......................................
JORDAN ASBESTOS REMOVAL LTD. ........
KAP'S CONSTRUCTION LTD. ......................
KD MECHANICAL LTD. .................................
KEN WILSON ARCHITECT LTD. ..................
KEY CHEVROLET CADILLAC LTD. .............
KGP CONSTRUCTION & MANAGEMENT
LTD. ...........................................................
KIM CONSTRUCTORS LTD. ........................
KOMAX ENTERPRISES INC. .......................
KONE INC. .....................................................
KOR ALTA CONSTRUCTION LTD. ..............
KRESS ELECTRIC LTD. ...............................
LAKESIDE AUTO SALES & SERVICE
ENTERPRISES LTD. .................................
LAKESIDE PROPERTIES CORP. .................
LESMEISTER CONSTRUCTION 97 LTD. ....
LESMEISTER HOLDINGS INC. ....................
LITE-WAY ELECTRIC LTD. ..........................
LLOYD PROPERTIES LTD. ..........................
LLOYDMINSTER & DISTRICT
CO-OPERATIVE LTD. ...............................
LORAAS DISPOSAL SERVICES LTD. .........
LUK PLUMBING & HEATING .........................
MAACO COLLISION REPAIR & AUTO
PAINTING ...................................................
MACPHERSON ENGINEERING INC. ............
MACRO PROPERTIES ..................................
MAGNA ELECTRIC CORPORATION ............
MARATHON CONSTRUCTION (SASK)
LTD. ...........................................................
MARATHON HOLDINGS LTD. ......................
MARATHON MECHANICAL (1993) INC. ......
MARSH CANADA LIMITED ............................
MCKEE MOVING (TISDALE) LTD. ...............
MID CITY ELECTRIC (1979) LTD. ................
MIDLAND LOAN SERVICES INC. .................
MIDPOINT INTERNATIONAL INC. ...............
MIDTOWN TRANSMISSION LTD. ................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES .................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
OFFICE .......................................................
MOOSE JAW, CITY OF ..................................
MURRAY DUNN MOTORS ............................
NAI DENRO PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
LTD. ...........................................................

Government Services
830,812
86,238
79,292
2,377,166
2,508,355
1,410,593
147,020
282,143
1,387,460
625,732
170,085
298,406
2,840,881
159,890
494,306
114,808
3,267,427
136,452
142,486
120,455
104,162
303,841
84,128
137,636
53,072
83,443
2,145,477
346,256
56,542
552,643
1,136,761
104,624
72,867
150,658
61,581
99,041
660,382
80,297
96,166
288,716
70,254
499,511
269,285
77,611
2,580,051
490,769
1,700,849
1,319,923
79,735
54,181
88,933
430,441
54,780
4,437,927
2,813,413
161,299
57,899
989,613

NEWWEST ENTERPRISE PROPERTY


GROUP (SASK) INC. .................................
NICHOLS INTERIORS LTD. ..........................
NOR-MALL DEVELOPMENTS INC. ..............
NORTH BATTLEFORD, CITY OF...................
NORTHLAND CHRYSLER INC. ....................
NORTHWAY JANITORIAL SERVICES
LTD. ............................................................
NOTABLE MECHANICAL LTD. .....................
NPP HOLDINGS LTD. ...................................
OBALLA ENTERPRISES LTD. ......................
OK TIRE & AUTO SERVICE ...........................
OUTLOOK, TOWN OF ....................................
OVERHEAD DOOR OF PRINCE ALBERT
LTD. ............................................................
P.R. INVESTMENTS INC. ..............................
P3 ARCHITECTURE PARTNERSHIP ............
PARK DEROCHIE COATINGS
(SASKATCHEWAN) INC. ...........................
PARK STREET PROPERTIES .......................
PARKWAY OFFICE HOLDINGS CORP. .......
PATTISON MGM ARCHITECTURAL
SERVICES LTD. ........................................
PATUANAK GAS BAR ....................................
PCL CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT
INC. ............................................................
PERFECT CHOICE AUTO INC. ....................
PERRY'S AUTOMOTIVE ................................
PITNEY BOWES OF CANADA LTD. .............
PITNEY WORKS .............................................
PLAZA PARKADE ...........................................
PRAIRIE CENTRE CREDIT UNION ...............
PRAIRIE CONTROLS LTD. ...........................
PRIMARIS MANAGEMENT INC. ...................
PRINCE ALBERT, CITY OF ............................
PRO CERTIFIED AUTO SERVICE .................
PROPERTY DEVELOPMENTS LTD. &
A. K. HOLDINGS LTD. ...............................
PSW ARCHITECTURE & INTERIOR
DESIGN LTD. .............................................
PUROLATOR COURIER LTD. .......................
QUOREX CONSTRUCTION SERVICES
LTD. ............................................................
R & D DRYWALL INC. ...................................
RATNER REALTY PROPERTIES INC. .........
RAY'S MOVING & STORAGE CO. LTD. .......
RB II PROPERTIES INC. ...............................
RBM ARCHITECTURE INC. ..........................
REACH COMMUNICATIONS INC. ................
RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA
PUBLIC WORKS & GOV'T
SERVICES CANADA ..................................
REGAL FLOORING LTD. ...............................
REGINA & DISTRICT FOOD BANK
INC. ............................................................
REGINA ELEVATOR CO. LTD. .....................
REGINA MOTOR PRODUCTS (1970)
LTD. ............................................................
REGINA, CITY OF ..........................................
RITENBURG & ASSOCIATES LTD. ..............
RIVERSIDE DODGE CHRYSLER JEEP ........
RJ ENGLAND CONSULTING
PROFESSIONAL ENGINEER LTD. ...........
ROCOM MANAGEMENT LTD. ......................
RON'S PLUMBING & HEATING
(1980) LTD. ................................................
ROUND TABLE MANAGEMENT LTD. ..........
ROYCEN DEVELOPMENT LTD. ...................
S & U HOMES .................................................
SARGENT'S AUTO ELECTRIC LTD. ............
SARGENT'S AUTO SERVICE LTD. ..............
SASKATCHEWAN GOVERNMENT
INSURANCE ...............................................
SASKATCHEWAN LIQUOR & GAMING
AUTHORITY ................................................

131
1,242,518
153,426
98,917
260,306
72,464
216,063
84,933
133,731
1,669,509
64,607
116,445
81,093
79,277
435,070
92,974
259,443
695,478
436,367
93,267
2,955,976
140,672
56,353
86,742
4,069,182
61,965
92,116
163,713
122,254
210,305
162,128
168,539
89,617
430,571
5,045,098
386,673
82,134
134,517
839,921
94,041
129,309
313,937
184,119
66,365
198,363
55,248
654,953
326,624
74,706
151,291
298,766
70,625
243,359
60,201
2,836,165
138,480
508,199
6,122,906
367,586

132
SASKATCHEWAN WATER
CORPORATION .........................................
SASKATOON, CITY OF..................................
SASKCON REPAIR SERVICES LTD. ...........
SASKENERGY INCORPORATED .................
SASKPOWER CORPORATION .....................
SASKTEL ........................................................
SAWYER'S TREES & LANDSCAPES ............
SCOTT'S GENERAL STORE .........................
SECURTEK MONITORING SOLUTIONS
INC. ............................................................
SEMHAR CLEANING LTD. ............................
SEPW ARCHITECTURE INC. .......................
SHAUGHNESSY ELECTRIC INC. .................
SHELL CANADA PRODUCTS........................
SILVERBIRCH NO. 19 OPERATIONS
LTD. PARTNERSHIP ..................................
SIMONSON ELECTRIC LTD. ........................
SMITH, TERRANCE JOHN ............................
SNC-LAVALIN PROFAC INC. .......................
SPEEDY GLASS.............................................
SPRA A JOINT VENTURE .............................
STANDARD MOTORS (77) LTD. ..................
STANTEC CONSULTING LTD. .....................
STRAITNORTH CONSTRUCTION LTD. .......
SUN ELECTRIC (1975) LTD. .........................
SUNCOR ENERGY PRODUCTS
PARTNERSHIP...........................................
SUPER SAVE DISPOSAL
(SASKATCHEWAN) INC. ..........................
SWIFT CURRENT, CITY OF ..........................
T & T REALTY LTD. .......................................
T. REX DISCOVERY CENTRE.......................
TENCO MANAGEMENT LTD. .......................
TEXCAN..........................................................
THE OWNERS: CONDOMINIUM
CORPORATION NO. 101100609 ...............
THORPE BROTHERS LTD. ..........................
THURSTON ENGINEERING SERVICES .......
THYSSENKRUPP ELEVATOR.......................
TONKO REALTY ADVISORS LTD. ...............
TOSHIBA OF CANADA LTD. .........................
TR PETROLEUM LTD. ..................................
TRANE SASKATCHEWAN .............................
UNIVERSITY OF REGINA ..............................
VCM CONSTRUCTION LTD. ........................
VECTOR CONSTRUCTION LTD. .................
W. GALBRAITH FARMS LTD. .......................
WALKER PROJECTS INC. ............................
WALTER'S INDUSTRIAL MECHANICAL
LTD. ...........................................................
WASCANA CENTRE AUTHORITY ................
WAVECOM ELECTRONICS (2003) INC. ......
WEBER CONSTRUCTION LTD. ...................
WEST CENTRAL DEVELOPMENTS LTD. ....
WESTERN DODGE CHRYSLER JEEP .........
WESTRIDGE CONSTRUCTION LTD. ...........
WEYBURN MALL LTD. ..................................
WHEATON CHEVROLET INC. ......................
WILCO CONTRACTORS SOUTHWEST
INC. ............................................................
WILLMS ENGINEERING LTD. ......................
WINCH HOLDINGS LTD. ..............................
WOLFE GROUP INVESTMENTS LTD. .........
WOLSELEY MECHANICAL
GROUP-MIDWEST REGION......................
WR TRUST .....................................................
YELLOW QUILL HOLDINGS INC. .................
YORKTON DODGE ........................................
YORKTON, CITY OF ......................................

Government Services
95,719
1,811,459
233,152
6,750,086
6,803,063
14,955,435
100,326
67,036
204,349
74,190
104,054
297,914
1,440,688
227,982
126,900
66,000
1,282,348
52,226
69,238
62,426
324,263
66,995
58,194
1,193,108
56,094
265,918
535,113
62,075
84,403
50,217
314,966
731,687
64,700
793,631
84,740
70,575
222,027
85,560
91,949
265,665
77,151
65,539
55,854
1,363,694
82,265
100,800
198,936
73,931
63,788
91,440
421,078
104,827
454,398
70,458
67,743
1,100,988
51,714
1,428,598
643,834
82,400
64,944

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Internal Recoveries
Listed are internal recoveries from ministries of $50,000 or
more for the provision of shared services.
CHIEF ELECTORAL OFFICER ...................... $
INFORMATION & PRIVACY
COMMISSIONER .......................................
LEGISLATIVE ASSEMBLY OFFICE ..............
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
ADVANCED EDUCATION,
EMPLOYMENT & IMMIGRATION ..............
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
AGRICULTURE ..........................................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
CORRECTIONS, PUBLIC SAFETY &
POLICING ..................................................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
EDUCATION ..............................................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
ENERGY & RESOURCES .........................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
ENVIRONMENT .........................................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
EXECUTIVE COUNCIL ..............................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
FINANCE ....................................................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
FIRST NATIONS & METIS RELATIONS ...
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
GOVERNMENT SERVICES .......................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
HEALTH .....................................................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
HIGHWAYS & INFRASTRUCTURE ...........
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
OFFICE ......................................................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
INTERGOVERNMENTAL AFFAIRS ..........
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
JUSTICE & ATTORNEY GENERAL ..........
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
LABOUR RELATIONS & WORKPLACE
SAFETY ......................................................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
MUNICIPAL AFFAIRS ................................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
SOCIAL SERVICES ...................................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY OF
TOURISM, PARKS, CULTURE &
SPORT .......................................................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-OFFICE OF THE
PROVINCIAL CAPITAL COMMISSION .....
MINISTER OF FINANCE-OFFICE OF THE
PROVINCIAL SECRETARY .......................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-PUBLIC SERVICE
COMMISSION ............................................
OMBUDSMAN ................................................

(142,931)
(119,760)
(362,463)
(6,091,726)
(4,365,527)
(17,723,553)
(12,176,306)
(3,766,393)
(11,749,874)
(1,575,007)
(4,169,523)
(997,902)
(4,923,547)
(21,591,873)
(18,271,500)
(5,102,980)
(70,073)
(15,818,798)
(1,556,720)
(1,522,010)
(21,426,992)
(6,601,324)
(1,586,994)
(575,210)
(3,164,601)
(265,174)

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Health

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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, policy and planning,
communications and other operational services that include
head office and program-based accommodations required
for the delivery of the Ministrys mandate.
Program Delivery
Executive Management: this program provides executive
direction to the Ministry.
Central Services: this program provides planning and
policy development and communication services to the
Ministry.
Accommodation Services: this program provides funding
for office accommodation and minor renovation services.

Provincial Health Services


(Subvote HE04)
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.
Program Delivery
Canadian Blood Services: this program provides funding
for the provincial share of operating the Canadian Blood
Services.
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.
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
Saskatchewans health system.
Immunizations: this program provides funding for the
provincial immunization program.
Saskatchewan Health Information Network: this program
provides funding for the development and operation of the
Saskatchewan Health Information Network and supporting
systems.
Provincial Programs Support: this program provides health
sector human resource planning, and information
technology services to the Ministry and to the central
registry of residents who are eligible for health care
benefits.

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.
Saskatchewan Cancer Agency: this program provides
funding for the delivery of cancer prevention, diagnosis and
treatment programs and services.
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.
Equipment - Capital Transfers: this program provides
funding for medical equipment.
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.

Early Childhood Development


(Subvote HE10)
Objective
To provide funding for a component of the integrated Early
Childhood Development strategy.
Program Delivery
This component provides home visiting and professional
support to families who face challenges providing a
supportive environment for childhood development.

Medical Services and Medical


Education Programs (Subvote HE06)
Objective
To provide coverage for medical services, clinical
education, the Physician Recruitment Agency 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,

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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.

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.
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 Saskatchewans

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participation in the Multi-Provincial HIV Assistance
Program.

Provincial Infrastructure Projects


(Subvote HE05)
Objective
To provide funding for replacement and construction of
provincially-owned health infrastructure.

Amortization of Capital Assets


(Subvote HE11)
Objective
To provide for the estimated annual consumption of the
Ministrys capital assets that are currently in use to provide
a public service.
Program Delivery
This program accounts for the estimated annual
consumption of the Ministrys 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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Health

(thousands of dollars)
Salaries &
Benefits

Central Management and Services (HE01)


Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $
Executive Management........................................................................................
Central Services....................................................................................................
Accommodation Services.....................................................................................
Subvote Total

45 $
1,585
4,417
........
6,047

Capital
Transfers
........ $
........
........
........
........

Operating
Transfers
........ $
........
........
........
........

Goods and
Services (1)
........ $
378
907
4,174
5,459

Capital Asset
Amortization

Other
Expenses

Internal
Recoveries

........ $
........
........
........
........

........ $
........
........
........
........

........ $
........
........
........
........

Total
45
1,963
5,324
4,174
11,506

Provincial Health Services (HE04)


Canadian Blood Services.....................................................................................
Provincial Targeted Programs and Services.......................................................
Provincial Laboratory............................................................................................
Health Research...................................................................................................
Health Quality Council..........................................................................................
Immunizations.......................................................................................................
Saskatchewan Health Information Network.........................................................
Provincial Programs Support................................................................................
Subvote Total

........
........
9,604
........
........
........
........
7,439
17,043

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

46,900
35,060
........
10,471
7,729
292
34,590
200
135,242

........
9,399
11,257
........
........
8,831
........
14,013
43,500

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

........
211
1
........
........
........
........
........
212

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

46,900
44,670
20,862
10,471
7,729
9,123
34,590
21,652
195,997

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 Yatthe 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

........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
12,708
12,708

........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
283,837
34,808
........
318,645

5,995
100,566
117,351
74,939
22,259
91,624
21,742
167,606
167,334
728,440
810,442
110,231
161,173
203,275
114,191
........
........
190
2,897,358

........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
........
8,376
........
........
........
3,787
12,163

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

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

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

5,995
100,566
117,351
74,939
22,259
91,624
21,742
167,606
167,334
728,440
810,442
110,231
161,173
211,651
114,191
283,837
34,808
16,685
3,240,874

Early Childhood Development (HE10)

........

........

10,595

........

........

........

........

10,595

Medical Services and Medical Education Programs (HE06)


Medical Services - Fee-for-Service......................................................................
Medical Services - Non-Fee-for-Service..............................................................
Medical Education System...................................................................................
Chiropractic Services............................................................................................
Optometric Services..............................................................................................
Dental Services.....................................................................................................

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

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

456,471
94,044
51,674
61
5,632
1,798

........
81
........
........
........
........

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

30
........
........
........
........
........

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

456,501
94,125
51,674
61
5,632
1,798

Public Accounts, 2010-11

Health

137

Out-of-Province.....................................................................................................
Medical Services Program Support......................................................................
Subvote Total

........
3,214
3,214

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

114,926
22
724,628

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

........
........
........
........
........
3,486
3,486

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

........

........

Provincial Infrastructure Projects (HE05)


Amortization of Capital Assets (HE11)
Machinery and Equipment....................................................................................
Office and Information Technology......................................................................
Land, Buildings and Improvements......................................................................
Subvote Total
Total
$
(1) Includes communication expense of $2,339 and travel expense of $985.

........
........
........
........
42,498 $

........
........
........
........
318,645 $

........
954
1,035

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

........
........
30

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

114,926
4,190
728,907

297,382
33,354
18,290
4,693
283
........
354,002

........
165
1
........
........
510
676

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

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

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

297,382
33,519
18,291
4,693
283
3,996
358,164

........

........

........

........

........

........
........
........
........
62,833 $

653
991
106
1,750
1,750 $

........
........
........
........
242 $

........
........
........
........
........ $

........
........
........
........
4,121,825 $

........

653
991
106
1,750
4,547,793

138

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, KRISTIN ...............................
AGOPSOWICZ, RILEY D. .............................
ANDERSON, ROBERT R. .............................
ANDERSON, ROSEANN J. ...........................
ANTONISHYN, NICK A. .................................
APABLAZA, JAIME E. ....................................
ARDELAN, SCOTT .........................................
ASH, TINA M. .................................................
AST, DEAN .....................................................
AST, JEFF.......................................................
ATKINSON, SONIA.........................................
AU, PATRICK..................................................
BACALSO, CHRISTINA ..................................
BACHTIAR, T. MACHDUM .............................
BAILEY, PHILLIP DR. ....................................
BAILLARGEON, JENNIFER ...........................
BAKER, MARGARET J. .................................
BAKER, SHERRY L. ......................................
BALDWIN, ROXANNE O. ..............................
BANGURA, HELEN L. ...................................
BARNHART, JASON ......................................
BARTEL, DIETMAR ........................................
BEAN, JAE ......................................................
BECK, JOHANNE M. .....................................
BECK, PATRICIA A. ......................................
BEHL, PERRY W. ..........................................
BELLEGARDE, CRYSTAL..............................
BELLEGARDE, JEAN .....................................
BENNETT, TARA ............................................
BILLAN, LORNA J. .........................................
BIRCH, DUANE ..............................................
BITHER, YASHU.............................................
BJORGAN, TRACY.........................................
BLACK, LAUREN ............................................
BLACKMORE, TERRY ...................................
BODANI, BHOOMAN ......................................
BOGDANE, MARIE A. ...................................
BOSGOED, ANNE M. ....................................
BRANDT, KENNETH A. .................................
BRANDT, KERRI L. .......................................
BRIDGE, MICHELLE E. .................................
BROWN, CHERYL ..........................................
BROWN, LINDA J. .........................................
BRYCE, PAMELA M. .....................................
BURNETT, SEAN ...........................................
BURNS, SUSAN .............................................
BURTON, BETTY J. .......................................
BUSHELL, ARLENE .......................................
CAIRNS, MICHELE E. ...................................
CAMBRIDGE, PAT .........................................
CARRIERE, ROGER ......................................
CASWELL, DEBORAH L. ..............................
CELIS, ALONSO .............................................
CESSELLI, BERRY.........................................
CHAMPAGNE, ANNE P. ................................
CHAYKOWSKI, ALEXA ..................................
CHEVALIER, ANNE-MARIE ...........................
CHIDDENTON, TYLER...................................
CHIPEUR, CHARLENE ..................................
CHO, YOON SUK ...........................................
CHURKO, ANDREW.......................................
CHYPISKA, LORRAINE..................................
CLARK, LAUREL ............................................
CLARKE, SARINA L. .....................................
CLAUDE, BRIAN.............................................

75,323
63,220
59,594
63,747
93,363
109,167
61,983
65,642
69,218
106,935
52,793
55,819
77,644
60,761
76,557
103,055
76,447
113,291
64,174
66,197
88,380
56,214
99,167
71,834
54,041
70,397
103,055
59,783
71,576
74,957
54,393
68,492
75,765
66,379
65,853
83,396
67,693
55,903
62,733
96,424
50,611
75,417
66,551
50,303
62,806
75,453
86,871
103,769
67,665
86,470
85,003
137,855
82,981
101,178
63,878
103,584
59,150
70,741
59,787
86,457
69,240
96,750
85,151
63,838
69,428
63,747

Public Accounts, 2010-11


COFFIN, NICOLETTE ....................................
COLEMAN, KENT ..........................................
COLLUM, JOANN ..........................................
CONGLY, HUYNH ..........................................
COONEY, CAREY ..........................................
COOPER, PATRICK ......................................
COSTEA, PATRICIA C. .................................
COTE, MELISSA ............................................
COUCILL, JAMES D. ....................................
COVEY, JUNE ................................................
CRAIG, ERNEST L. .......................................
CRAWFORD, KERI ........................................
CRIPPS, SANDRA .........................................
DAKU, M. DAWN ............................................
DALKE, MARIA ..............................................
DAVIS, H. LORNE ..........................................
DEICS, GLENN ..............................................
DENOMIE, TAMI M. ......................................
DIETRICH, LISA .............................................
DIGNEY DAVIS, LORA LYNN ........................
DONNELLY, LAUREN ....................................
DOWNEY, WINANNE ....................................
DRAUDE, MITCHELL DEAN ..........................
DUNN, ANDREW ...........................................
DYKSTRA, ELAINE M. ..................................
EBERLE, ROXANE A. ...................................
EGGERTSON, ERIC A. .................................
EICHHORST, JEFFREY C. ...........................
ENGLAND, MARTA S. ..................................
ENNIS, CORY ................................................
EPP, RONALD ...............................................
ETTER, MICHELE ..........................................
FAIRBURN, SUSANNAH L. ..........................
FAVREAU, DONALD A. ................................
FEDAK, CINDY J. ..........................................
FIISSEL, MITSI B. .........................................
FIRNESZ, ROBERT F. ..................................
FISCHER, LEANNE .......................................
FISHER, DUNCAN J. ....................................
FLORIZONE, DAN J. .....................................
FOWLER, DAVID K. ......................................
FREI, DEREK ANDREW ................................
FRIEDRICH, GWENDOLYN ..........................
FROH, PENNY M. .........................................
GABEL, MICHAELA ANN ...............................
GANSHORN, TARA .......................................
GARDNER, NEIL R. ......................................
GAZELEY HERR, LANA F. ...........................
GEBHARDT, SHIRLEY J. .............................
GENI, ELAINE ................................................
GIESINGER, NICHOLAS ...............................
GOALEN, SEAN .............................................
GOOD, NATALIE ............................................
GOOSSENS, MARK .......................................
GOUGH, ROY D. ...........................................
GRAD, DENISE ..............................................
GREEN, JENNIFER .......................................
GREENBERG, LOUISE .................................
GREIF, MARIA C. ..........................................
GROB, LESLIE ...............................................
GRUDE, ERIKA ..............................................
GUDMUNDSON, TERRY A. .........................
HAGEN LYSTER, ADRIENNE .......................
HAMILTON, CAROLYN J. .............................
HAMMOND, DEBORAH E. ...........................
HANDFORD, KATHLEEN F. .........................
HANSEN, TONI ..............................................
HARTNER, GEORGE W. ..............................
HARVEY, KARI L. .........................................
HAUBRICH, LISA M. .....................................
HAWRYLUK, SARA .......................................
HEINRICH, BETTY A. ...................................
HENDRICKS, W. MAX ...................................
HERBERT, DONNA J. ...................................
HERBERT, GARTH K. ..................................
HERRIOT, LAURA .........................................

66,455
106,307
87,823
86,349
83,043
84,450
50,303
82,414
160,466
60,338
95,127
75,181
103,925
80,191
61,985
109,801
97,320
89,927
79,851
117,791
152,651
100,162
74,941
65,221
73,078
56,969
69,204
101,304
83,396
69,950
91,030
99,244
85,218
67,366
97,187
57,224
124,547
86,425
198,905
234,095
75,672
54,535
93,589
57,518
69,744
69,331
125,126
50,073
61,461
67,875
100,865
80,486
83,396
83,404
70,357
90,239
83,896
110,144
81,670
102,374
68,149
140,006
72,217
60,308
63,747
83,497
68,906
78,230
92,155
97,344
68,022
63,753
152,651
92,207
113,291
65,693

Public Accounts, 2010-11


HICOCK, ALEXIS ...........................................
HOFFERT, JACQUELINE H. .........................
HOLLIDAY, GAYE L. .....................................
HOOKER, LESLEY .........................................
HORSMAN, GREGORY B. ............................
HOVE, SHERRY J. ........................................
HUANG, YU-PING CATHY .............................
HUDEY, BRENDA ..........................................
HURLBURT, TRACY A. .................................
HUTCHINGS, ROBERT..................................
HUTCHISON HUNTER, LORI A. ...................
HUTTON, LAURIE ..........................................
HUYGHEBAERT, JACK .................................
IVASCU, GABRIELA.......................................
JACKIW, LUKE ...............................................
JACKSON, JESSICA ......................................
JACOBS, DANIEL H. .....................................
JAMESON, BRENDA L. .................................
JANE, GAYE P. .............................................
JAROCK, LINDA M. .......................................
JOHNSON, BRIAN L. ....................................
JOHNSON, ROSEMARY ................................
JORDAN, DEBORAH A. ................................
JUNEK, DENISE M. R. ..................................
KACZMAR, JILL..............................................
KARDASH, COLLEEN V. ..............................
KARPINSKI, LOU ...........................................
KASPERSKI, DAN ..........................................
KELLINGTON, CHERI ....................................
KELLY, SHEILA L. .........................................
KENDEL, EILEEN E. .....................................
KENNEDY, GEORGE E. ...............................
KERR, DAWN .................................................
KIRBY, INGRID...............................................
KIRKPATRICK, ADRIENNE B. ......................
KITZUL, ROSANNE ........................................
KLASSEN, JOLEEN .......................................
KLASSEN, TANYA .........................................
KLEIN, COLLEEN M. .....................................
KLUGER, JOSEPH H. ...................................
KNAPP, SHANE .............................................
KNAUS, RON..................................................
KOCH, CHARLENE ........................................
KORCHINSKI, LISA D. ..................................
KOVACH, KAREN ..........................................
KOWAL, MARY ELLEN ..................................
KOWULA, LORRIE L ......................................
KRATZIG, KIMBERLY K. ...............................
KUNTZ, ARLENE............................................
LAIRD, R. ALLAN ...........................................
LANE, GINNY L. ............................................
LANE, ROBERT O. ........................................
LANGEN, JENNIFER......................................
LARSON, JUDY M. ........................................
LATURNAS, ANDREA M. ..............................
LAZESKI-RUMBOLD, MEGAN C. .................
LEECH, PAUL E. ...........................................
LEGIEN, CARY B. .........................................
LENIUK, LOIS .................................................
LEPAGE, JOYCE M. ......................................
LESKUN, MANJU ...........................................
LEVERICK, MELANIE L. ...............................
LEVETT, PAUL ...............................................
LIGGETT, JASON...........................................
LIPINSKI, BRADLEY J. ..................................
LIVESEY, JOHN F. ........................................
LIVINGSTONE, C. PATRICIA A. ...................
LOBB, NICOLE ...............................................
LOCKIE, LISA .................................................
LOUIE, HOWARD M. .....................................
LOWE, JEANNETTE ......................................
LUTI, MIKE O. ................................................
LYONS, SHARON ..........................................
LYONS, SUSAN E. ........................................
MACARTHUR, C. ALLAN ...............................
MACAULAY, TIM J. .......................................

Health
61,193
88,518
97,349
58,444
297,503
53,449
59,446
66,589
64,449
52,229
95,019
69,344
93,769
55,712
70,317
58,017
69,977
112,977
67,555
71,195
75,812
56,992
137,855
85,185
86,871
57,098
52,431
64,545
70,072
60,809
73,078
78,924
55,779
86,575
55,259
83,675
78,052
70,302
54,956
86,478
55,972
124,547
50,642
59,454
56,515
62,566
55,259
108,201
90,984
76,290
86,490
83,757
79,344
52,739
103,584
51,599
97,841
52,859
55,259
80,700
62,104
50,303
168,047
87,629
64,903
80,700
112,715
61,848
72,747
112,977
113,291
73,513
66,198
68,920
103,033
100,919

139
MACHIN, MORLEY LEONARD .......................
MACLEAN, NANCY ........................................
MAGNUSSON, DONNA L. .............................
MAGUIRE, KAREN S. ....................................
MAGUIRE, ROBERT W. ................................
MAKRIS, EFFIE ..............................................
MALINOWSKI, HEATHER D. .........................
MANN, GREGORY T. ....................................
MANN, SHEILA ...............................................
MANN, VALERIE .............................................
MARTENS, CRYSTAL ....................................
MATCHETT, GARNET P. ..............................
MATZ, LAURA .................................................
MCCALLUM, JOHN ........................................
MCCARTHY, JEREMY R. ..............................
MCCONNACHIE, SEAN P. ............................
MCDONALD, RYAN R. ..................................
MCILMOYL, JAMES HARRY ..........................
MCKAY, DARCY L. ........................................
MCKEE, BRUCE .............................................
MCKENZIE, DOUGLAS B. .............................
MCKINNON, LEAH D. ....................................
MCKINNON, MOIRA .......................................
MCLEOD, DARLENE D. ................................
MCRAE, SHEENA ...........................................
MCRORIE, MAE ..............................................
MESSER-LEPAGE, JACQUELINE .................
MIHIAL, MICHELE ..........................................
MILLER, BRIAN D. .........................................
MILLER, DARLENE M. ..................................
MILLER, SHERRY A. .....................................
MOCK, KIM GORDON ....................................
MOEN, RICHARD G. .....................................
MOLNAR, BRENT ...........................................
MORAN MCQUINN, MARGARET ..................
MORIARTY, KAREN .......................................
MOWBRAY, JOHN K. ....................................
MOYER, TAMARA D. .....................................
MUIR, ELAINE ................................................
MURRAY, HEATHER ......................................
MUSHANSKI, LINDA M. ................................
MYRES, EARL JAMES ...................................
NAGLE, EVELYN L. .......................................
NEUDORF, CHRISTINA M. ...........................
NEUFELD, LEANNE M. .................................
NG, PHYLLIS ..................................................
NICHOL, JAMES L. ........................................
NICHOLSON, LESLIE .....................................
NIEMINEN, NICOLE .......................................
NORDICK, CAROL M. ...................................
NUNWEILER, ANGELA ..................................
O'BYRNE, PATRICK L. ..................................
OBARIANYK, ARLENE C. A. .........................
OLENIUS, KAREN J. .....................................
ORBAN, AARON .............................................
PAPP, RANDY ................................................
PATEL, DEVENDRA C. .................................
PATTERSON, EUNICE ...................................
PAUL, CAROL A. ...........................................
PENNER, BONNIE ..........................................
PETERS, ROSALINDE ...................................
PETERS, SHERRY A. ....................................
PETERSON, KATHLEEN SUSAN ..................
PETRIE, JOAN ................................................
PETTY, JAMIE K. ...........................................
PIDSKALNY, FAITH ........................................
PILLER, LISA Y. .............................................
PLAYFORD, KEALEE .....................................
POIRIER, NICOLLE NAOMI ...........................
POLLOCK, PATRICIA .....................................
PRATT, JEFF ..................................................
PRIDDELL, ROXANE ......................................
PROKOP, CANDICE J. ..................................
PROKOPETZ, KAREN J. ...............................
PUTZ, JAMES K. ............................................
PYLE, JOSEPH E. .........................................

103,055
70,264
124,547
52,674
53,277
74,650
55,128
73,793
66,282
139,388
51,228
96,659
68,930
86,470
58,664
73,768
91,477
117,683
84,980
86,470
75,765
53,738
326,615
76,999
83,396
63,068
113,291
54,155
65,885
76,290
65,757
91,311
96,854
70,954
72,752
55,259
90,400
62,007
50,303
79,930
74,073
113,291
89,545
74,205
84,238
68,353
91,614
73,920
66,557
83,384
71,806
120,638
79,269
78,159
51,326
64,803
62,446
53,855
69,684
50,446
51,800
64,747
94,679
88,874
86,486
57,453
83,396
55,360
71,392
62,293
76,717
55,113
52,835
93,779
86,609
86,546

140
QUICK, VALERIE R. ......................................
RAE, JENNIFER KATHERINE........................
RASALI, DRONA ............................................
REAY, KATHLEEN .........................................
REECE, DAVID A. .........................................
REIN, LEANNE ...............................................
RESTAU, LINDA .............................................
ROBERT, JO-ANN L. .....................................
ROBINSON, BERNADETTE M. .....................
ROBINSON, CATHERINE ..............................
ROETTGER, JOE ROMAN .............................
ROGERS, ALADAR L. ...................................
ROGOSCHEWSKY, PATRICK P. ..................
ROSS, RHONDA G. .......................................
ROTH, ROXANNE ..........................................
ROUSSEAU, PAULINE M. .............................
ROUSSEAUX, NADINE ..................................
RUBIN, GREG E. ...........................................
RUSSELL, BRENDA A. .................................
SAKHIZAI, DASTAGEER................................
SALAZAR, SHAYLENE M. .............................
SCHACHTEL, CHRISTINE .............................
SCHAEFER, KAYLL R. ..................................
SCHAFTARI, LYNNDA ...................................
SCHAUENBERG, JENNIFER D. ...................
SCHIERLING, HAZEL.....................................
SCHMALENBERG, MICHELLE ......................
SCHMEKEL, TRACI L. ...................................
SCHMIDT, CINDY JOANNE ...........................
SCHULTZ, JUNE I. ........................................
SCHULZ, RENEE E. A. ..................................
SCHUSTER, FAY E. ......................................
SCOBIE, KELLY H. ........................................
SEABERLY, CAROL .......................................
SEELEY, CHRIS .............................................
SESULA, JAMES B. .......................................
SHAHAB, SAQIB ............................................
SHANKS, M. NAOMI.......................................
SHCHYSCHUK, LORELIE ..............................
SIER, EDWARD L. .........................................
SKALICKY-SOULIERE, DAWN M. ................
SMITH, CARA D. ...........................................
SMITH, CAROLYNN M. .................................
SMITH, DAVID W. ..........................................
SMITH, DONALD E. .......................................
SMITH, TRACEY L. .......................................
SOLIE, WAYNE C. .........................................
SONG, YA-HONG ...........................................
SPEER, ROBIN...............................................
SPERLIE, KENNETH A. ................................
ST. DENNIS, LORI..........................................
STANG, MARY ROSE ....................................
STONEHAM, W. HEATHER ...........................
STRUGARI, DEBBIE M. ................................
THACYK, LORRI L. ........................................
THIRY, DOROTHY R. ....................................
THOMAS, DEBRA ..........................................
THOMAS, RITA J. ..........................................
THOMPSON, GAIL .........................................
THURMEIER, BONNIE M. .............................
TIPPE, MERVIN ..............................................
TOFFAN, SUNITA...........................................
TOMPKINS, TANYA L. ..................................
TRIMP, RICK ..................................................
TSANG, PATRICIA .........................................
TUCHSCHERER, ROSALIE M. .....................
TUCKER, M. DIANE .......................................
TUNSTEAD, DARRELL ..................................
TURENNE, CHRISTINE Y. ............................
ULRICH, DEBRA HELEN ...............................
VAN HAARLEM, LORETTA ............................
VEITCH, LINDELL L. .....................................
VOSSEN, ELAINE ..........................................
WAGNER, ANDREA .......................................
WALKER, JESSICA ........................................
WALLACE, RONALD B. .................................

Health
68,920
66,287
86,477
52,739
63,752
90,004
117,791
82,127
52,714
58,349
87,276
53,821
77,637
78,485
69,162
137,855
64,431
62,654
112,745
70,687
103,969
58,415
59,196
55,259
58,965
59,505
63,070
81,726
63,866
113,291
57,167
112,778
107,573
84,257
79,023
75,801
242,972
63,340
63,920
86,470
93,779
78,924
63,041
103,055
66,575
105,050
52,739
81,176
89,412
56,023
113,291
76,512
66,006
80,840
72,755
68,132
63,823
65,266
83,833
50,303
73,474
83,797
64,869
161,803
71,240
97,344
83,038
72,401
101,435
85,295
83,888
51,512
62,351
90,014
54,180
103,055

Public Accounts, 2010-11


WALTER, DWAYNE L. ..................................
WANG, XIAOLI LILY ......................................
WARAWA, TED ..............................................
WARREN, DOROTHEA ROSE A. .................
WEBB, STUART A. .......................................
WEIMAN, LAURIE ..........................................
WEPPLER, CINDY L. ....................................
WHITE, JENNIFER LYNN ..............................
WILKIE, JOHN ................................................
WILLERTH, KATHY .......................................
WILSON, KEVIN B. .......................................
WITT, SHARON B. ........................................
WOLOSHYN, CLARENCE R. .......................
WOOD, ALISON A. .......................................
WOOD, BRIAN ...............................................
WOODCOCK, JANICE ...................................
WOODS, FLORENCE ....................................
WOYTAS, SYLVESTER .................................
WRIGHT, JENNIFER .....................................
WYATT, MARK A. .........................................
YANKO, JODY L. ..........................................
YASINOWSKI, SHARON M. .........................
YEE, SUSAN ..................................................
YOBB, TWILA .................................................
ZHANG, BONING ...........................................
ZIMMER, KAREN ...........................................

67,101
56,724
137,855
111,441
86,730
86,473
53,129
88,876
86,353
112,523
137,855
61,678
103,055
54,366
65,606
61,987
71,465
54,595
64,887
128,417
57,314
78,924
87,591
60,531
55,914
93,354

Allowances for Members with Additional Duties


MCMORRIS, DONALD G. ............................. $

44,837

Transfers
Listed, by program, are transfers to recipients who received
$50,000 or more.

Provincial Health Services


(HE04)
Canadian Blood Services
CANADIAN BLOOD SERVICES .................... $
REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL
HEALTH AUTHORITY ................................

48,136,200
85,000

Provincial Targeted Programs and


Services
AIDS PROGRAMS SOUTH
SASKATCHEWAN INC. ............................ $
AIDS SASKATOON ........................................
ALZHEIMER SOCIETY OF
SASKATCHEWAN .....................................
AVENUE COMMUNITY CENTRE FOR
GENDER & SEXUAL DIVERSITY
INC. ...........................................................
BACKLIN'S AMBULANCE SERVICE .............
BLAINE LAKE AMBULANCE CARE ..............
BMO PURCHASE CARDS-HEALTH .............
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE
SASKATOON SCHOOL DIVISION
NO. 13 OF SASKATCHEWAN ...................
CANADIAN AGENCY FOR DRUGS &
TECHNOLOGIES IN HEALTH ...................
CANADIAN INSTITUTE FOR HEALTH
INFORMATION ..........................................

82,443
87,254
51,653
137,409
62,817
100,215
73,519
77,147
292,031
682,117

Public Accounts, 2010-11


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 ..................................................
FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
GULL LAKE & DISTRICT ROAD
AMBULANCE CORP. ................................
HEALTH QUALITY COUNCIL ........................
HEARTLAND REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
HUMBOLDT AMBULANCE SERVICE
(1992)..........................................................
HUTCH AMBULANCE MOOSOMIN INC. .....
HUTCH AMBULANCE SERVICE LTD. .........
J.T. AMBULANCE SERVICE INC. .................
KEEWATIN YATTHE REGIONAL
HEALTH AUTHORITY ................................
KELSEY TRAIL REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
KELVINGTON AMBULANCE CARE LTD. .....
LLOYDMINSTER EMERGENCY CARE
SERVICES (1989) ......................................
M.D. AMBULANCE CARE LTD. ....................
MAMAWETAN CHURCHILL RIVER
REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............
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 MANITOBA ............
MINISTER OF FINANCE OF ONTARIO.........
MISSINIPPI AIRWAYS ...................................
MOOSE JAW & DISTRICT EMS
623064 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ...............
PARKLAND AMBULANCE CARE LTD. ........
PERSONS LIVING WITH AIDS
NETWORK OF SASK. INC. .......................
PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
PREECEVILLE AMBULANCE CARE
(1998) LTD. ................................................
PRINCE ALBERT PARKLAND
REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............
RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA
PUBLIC WORKS & GOV'T
SERVICES CANADA ..................................
REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL
HEALTH AUTHORITY ................................
REGINA TREATY/STATUS INDIAN
SERVICES INC. .........................................
SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF
HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS .......................
SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF
OPTOMETRISTS........................................
SASKATCHEWAN COLLEGE OF
PARAMEDICS CORP. ...............................
SASKATCHEWAN GOVERNMENT
INSURANCE ...............................................
SASKATCHEWAN IMPAIRED DRIVER
TREATMENT CENTRE ..............................

Health
237,497
265,310
82,948
85,063
283,915
120,218
291,486
105,141
58,831
675,409
590,199
146,282
140,004
184,936
159,536
93,575
170,645
95,083
70,552
415,295
474,000
118,050
323,745
176,452
2,978,391
82,901
81,248
76,600
64,450
366,143
324,432
61,834
1,377,720
206,978
226,420
60,000
2,655,724

141
SASKATCHEWAN PREVENTION
INSTITUTE ..................................................
SASKATCHEWAN REGISTERED NURSES
ASSOCIATION ............................................
SASKATCHEWAN SENIORS
MECHANISM ..............................................
SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ................................................
SCHIZOPHRENIA SOCIETY OF
SASKATCHEWAN INC. .............................
SHAMROCK AMBULANCE CARE INC. ........
SPIRITWOOD AMBULANCE CARE
(1994) LTD. ................................................
ST. JOSEPH'S HOSPITAL EMS .....................
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. .............
UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ..............
VALLEY AMBULANCE CARE LTD. ...............
WAKAW & DISTRICT EMS LTD. ...................
WEST WIND AVIATION LIMITED
PARTNERSHIP ...........................................
WESTERN CANADIAN CHILDREN'S
HEART NETWORK .....................................
WPD AMBULANCE CARE NO. 248 ...............

496,556
181,000
51,634
4,287,563
192,358
218,392
116,510
121,308
90,471
882,055
2,009,519
71,021
381,768
156,380
1,360,114
67,136
61,835
136,327
68,500
175,757

Health Research
SASKATCHEWAN HEALTH RESEARCH
FOUNDATION .............................................$

10,471,000

Health Quality Council


HEALTH QUALITY COUNCIL .........................$

7,729,000

Immunizations
REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL
HEALTH AUTHORITY ................................$
SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ................................................

68,060
81,100

Saskatchewan Health Information


Network
EHEALTH SASKATCHEWAN .........................$

34,590,000

Provincial Programs Support


EHEALTH SASKATCHEWAN .........................$

200,000

55,105
4,787,270
90,000
63,175
98,224
969,614

Regional Health Services (HE03)


Regional Health Authorities Base
Operating Funding
ATHABASCA HEALTH AUTHORITY INC. ....$

5,995,000

142
CYPRESS REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
HEARTLAND REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
KEEWATIN YATTHE 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 ...............................................

Health
100,566,283
117,351,455
74,938,881
22,259,395
91,623,921
21,742,357
167,605,676
167,333,518
728,439,770
810,442,381
110,230,901
161,172,634

Regional Targeted Programs and


Services
101133318 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ............. $
ACCREDITATION CANADA ...........................
ATHABASCA HEALTH AUTHORITY INC. ....
AUTISM RESOURCE CENTRE INC. ............
BMO PURCHASE CARDS-HEALTH ..............
CANADIAN PATIENT SAFETY
INSTITUTE..................................................
CYPRESS REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
EHEALTH SASKATCHEWAN ........................
FASD SUPPORT NETWORK OF
SASKATCHEWAN INC. .............................
FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
HEARTLAND REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
KEEWATIN YATTHE REGIONAL
HEALTH AUTHORITY ................................
KELSEY TRAIL REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
MAMAWETAN CHURCHILL RIVER
REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY.............
METIS NATION OF SASKATCHEWAN .........
PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
PRINCE ALBERT PARKLAND
REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY.............
RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA
HEALTH CANADA ......................................
REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL
HEALTH AUTHORITY ................................
SASKATCHEWAN ASSOCIATION OF
HEALTH ORGANIZATIONS .......................
SASKATCHEWAN CANCER AGENCY..........
SASKATCHEWAN COLLEGE OF
MIDWIVES ..................................................
SASKATCHEWAN INSTITUTE OF
APPLIED SCIENCE &
TECHNOLOGY ...........................................
SASKATCHEWAN PREVENTION
INSTITUTE..................................................
SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
SUN COUNTRY REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................

50,000
410,707
217,224
72,000
82,304
90,000
8,652,920
4,008,500
117,190
7,125,591
5,376,016
1,424,073
6,211,476
1,908,705
470,000
10,358,639
13,127,558
63,000
58,925,160
5,637,000
1,600,627
165,210
823,415
210,083
63,149,123
6,941,122

Public Accounts, 2010-11


SUNRISE REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
UNIVERSITY OF NEW BRUNSWICK ............
UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN .............
UNIVERSITY OF TORONTO .........................
VICTORIA EAST MEDICAL CLINIC ..............

9,505,744
200,000
476,903
50,000
3,603,549

Saskatchewan Cancer Agency


SASKATCHEWAN CANCER AGENCY ......... $ 114,191,189

Facilities - Capital Transfers


CYPRESS REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ............................................... $
4,525,000
FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
5,980,000
HEARTLAND REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
3,740,000
KELSEY TRAIL REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
6,917,816
PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
3,289,482
PRINCE ALBERT PARKLAND
REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............
15,460,000
REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL
HEALTH AUTHORITY ................................
7,100,000
SASKATCHEWAN CANCER AGENCY .........
190,000
SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ............................................... 222,500,000
SUN COUNTRY REGIONAL HEALTH
12,560,000
AUTHORITY ...............................................
SUNRISE REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
1,500,000

Equipment - Capital Transfers


CYPRESS REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ............................................... $
FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
HEARTLAND REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
KEEWATIN YATTHE 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 .........
SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
SUN COUNTRY REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
SUNRISE REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................

800,000
1,509,000
500,000
80,000
1,261,000
80,000
1,168,635
2,100,000
5,953,000
2,255,000
16,990,000
820,000
1,271,000

Early Childhood Development


(HE10)
BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE
NORTHERN LIGHTS SCHOOL
DIVISION NO. 113 OF
SASKATCHEWAN ..................................... $

1,792,225

Public Accounts, 2010-11


BOARD OF EDUCATION OF THE
SASKATCHEWAN RIVERS SCHOOL
DIVISION NO. 119 OF
SASKATCHEWAN ......................................
FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
KELSEY TRAIL REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
MAMAWETAN CHURCHILL RIVER
REGIONAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ............
PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL
HEALTH AUTHORITY ................................
SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
SUNRISE REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................

Health

884,723
379,680
305,447
70,000
1,859,928
2,663,667
1,636,727
1,002,922

Medical Services and Medical


Education Programs (HE06)
Medical Services - Non-Fee-for-Service
CO-OPERATIVE HEALTH CENTRE .............. $
COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES
(SASKATOON) ASSOC. LTD. ...................
COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES
ASSOCIATION (REGINA) LTD. ................
COMMUNITY HEALTH SERVICES
ASSOCIATION (WYNYARD &
DISTRICT) LTD. ........................................
NORTHERN MEDICAL SERVICES ...............
PHYSICIAN RECRUITMENT AGENCY
OF SASKATCHEWAN ................................
PRACTICE ENHANCEMENT PROGRAM .....
SASKATCHEWAN MEDICAL
ASSOCIATION ...........................................
UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN .............

6,704,508
9,713,295
3,779,419
1,150,037
9,841,000
1,500,000
75,000
24,925,000
3,020,933

Medical Education System


COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS &
SURGEONS OF SASK. ............................. $
REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL
HEALTH AUTHORITY ................................
SASKATCHEWAN MEDICAL
ASSOCIATION ...........................................
UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN .............

200,000
1,800,000
150,000
43,616,687

Out-of-Province
ALBERTA HEALTH CARE INSURANCE
PLAN........................................................... $
ALBERTA HEALTH SERVICES .....................
B. C. MINISTER OF FINANCE .......................
CAPITAL HEALTH AUTHORITY ....................
COVENANT HEALTH .....................................
CYPRESS REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
GOVERNMENT OF THE N.W.T. ...................
GOVERNMENT OF THE YUKON ..................
HEALTH SCIENCES CENTRE.......................
HEARTLAND REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
HIBC/MEDICAL SERVICES PLAN .................
KELSEY TRAIL REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................

51,324,851
376,183
4,942,330
129,402
53,180
839,737
774,496
57,077
51,086
707,500
425,408
1,531,137
507,689

143
MANITOBA HEALTH INSURANCE FUND .....
MINISTER OF FINANCE MANITOBA.............
MINISTER OF FINANCE OF ALBERTA .........
MINISTER OF FINANCE OF ONTARIO .........
NEW BRUNSWICK MINISTER OF
FINANCE .....................................................
NEWFOUNDLAND EXCHEQUER ..................
NOVA SCOTIA MEDICAL SERVICES
INSURANCE ...............................................
NOVA SCOTIA MINISTER OF FINANCE .......
P.E.I. 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. .............

2,786,190
7,433,534
25,661,920
3,186,612
263,792
166,394
86,874
313,055
59,804
1,818,164
599,055
556,000
772,477
7,953,922
168,663
8,824,987
898,280
3,608,098
67,997

Drug Plan and Extended


Benefits (HE08)
Saskatchewan Aids to Independent
Living
AIRGAS CANADA INC. ..................................$
ANIMAS CANADA ...........................................
CANADIAN NATIONAL INSTITUTE
FOR THE BLIND .........................................
CYPRESS REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ................................................
DURALINE MEDICAL PRODUCTS ................
EARLS PHARMACY LTD. .............................
FEDERAL MEDICAL .......................................
FIVE HILLS REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ................................................
HEWGILL'S REXALL DRUG STORE
NO. 7303 .....................................................
INDEPENDENT LIVING INC. ..........................
J B MEDICAL ..................................................
JOLLY'S VETERINARY & SURGICAL
SUPPLIES ...................................................
LUNG ASSOCIATION OF
SASKATCHEWAN INC. .............................
MEDICAL 1 PHYSICIAN &
HEALTHCARE SUPPLIES LTD. ................
MEDICINE SHOPPE NO. 203 ........................
MEDIGAS DIVISION OF PRAXAIR
CANADA INC. ............................................
MEDTRONIC OF CANADA LTD. ...................
NORDON MEDICAL ENTERPRISES
LTD. ............................................................
PRAIRIE OXYGEN LTD. ................................
PROVINCIAL HOME OXYGEN INC. .............
REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL
HEALTH AUTHORITY ................................
REGINA SPORTS GROUP INC. ...................
RIMER ALCO NORTH AMERICA INC. ..........
SAFEWAY PHARMACY NO. 315 ...................
SAFEWAY PHARMACY NO. 367 ...................

846,549
56,700
417,054
96,135
686,640
93,987
78,762
101,916
77,179
91,098
113,528
95,025
75,614
50,646
153,326
3,179,052
63,000
469,701
2,105,466
3,120,680
2,023,252
176,552
61,250
53,741
58,792

144
SASKATCHEWAN ABILITIES COUNCIL .......
SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
SCHAAN HEALTHCARE PRODUCTS
INC. ............................................................
ST. PAULS HOSPITAL IN PATIENT
PHARMACY ................................................
SUNRISE REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
TISDALE HOSPITAL PHARMACY .................
TYCO HEALTHCARE GROUP CANADA
INC. ............................................................
URO MEDICAL SUPPLIES LTD. ...................
VICTORIA HOSPITAL PHARMACY ...............
VICTORIA SQUARE DISPENSARY ...............
VITALAIRE CANADA INC. .............................
WAL-MART CANADA INC. ............................

Health
8,062,343
616,054
860,706
574,740
219,308
50,790
67,610
807,172
144,237
65,211
2,637,001
132,949

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. ..................................
BRAKSTAD, DR. L. SHAUN ...........................
BRY'S TAXI .....................................................
BUFFALO NARROWS BUS SERVICES ........
CHUNG, DR. YUNG S. ..................................
COURTESY AIR INC. ....................................
D'ANDREA DENTURE CLINIC LTD. .............
DESJARLAIS TAXI .........................................
DEWDNEY DRUGS (1986) LTD. ...................
DR. M. TEEKASINGH DENTAL PROF.
CORP. ........................................................
DRUGSTORE PHARMACY NO. 1584 ...........
EARLS PHARMACY LTD. .............................
FALCONER, DR. ALLISON ............................
GREEN LAKE TAXI ........................................
HEARTLAND REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
HUGHES, DR. J. E. F. ...................................
HUMBER, DR. CRAIG ....................................
INDEPENDENT OPTICAL LTD. ....................
IVAN'S TAXI ....................................................
J & J CORRIGAL'S TAXI ................................
JANVIER'S TAXI .............................................
JUN, DR. SUNGHO ........................................
KADACHUK'S TAXI ........................................
KEEWATIN YATTHE REGIONAL
HEALTH AUTHORITY ................................
KONERU, DR. ANJANI ...................................
KUTSOGIANNIS, DR. E. ...............................
L & D TAXI ......................................................
LA RONGE EMERGENCY MEDICAL
SERVICES (EMS) .......................................
M.D. AMBULANCE CARE LTD. ....................
MACLENNAN, DR. MYLES M. ......................
MARG'S TAXI .................................................
MEDI CENTER PHARMACY ..........................
MEDICAL SERVICES BRANCH .....................
MEDICINE SHOPPE NO. 203 ........................
MEDSTAR VENTURES NORTH-EAST
EMS ............................................................
MELVA SCHMIDT'S TAXI ..............................
MISSINIPPI AIRWAYS ...................................
MOKLEBY, DR. TOR S. .................................
MOOSE JAW & DISTRICT EMS
623064 SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ...............

161,526
82,428
72,909
99,979
62,742
89,935
96,818
123,017
85,646
91,049
107,298
93,400
169,902
86,237
81,059
104,910
58,128
80,749
126,561
67,687
88,153

Public Accounts, 2010-11


MOOSE JAW REXALL DRUG STORE
NO. 7312 ....................................................
MORINS TAXI ................................................
NAGLE, DR. CAROL LYNN ...........................
NORDON DRUGS ..........................................
NORDON MEDICAL ENTERPRISES
LTD. ...........................................................
OLSON, DR. BERNARD ................................
PARKLAND AMBULANCE CARE LTD. ........
PATEL, DR. NITESH ......................................
PENKALA, DR. ROBB ....................................
PIERCE, DR. TIM M. .....................................
PIONEER VILLAGE PHARMACY INC. .........
PRAIRIE NORTH REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
REGINA EYE CENTRE ..................................
REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL
HEALTH AUTHORITY ................................
SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
SHOPPERS DRUG MART NO. 403 ..............
SOLTYS, DR. KEVIN J. .................................
SOUTAR, DR. S. G. ......................................
THOMAS, DR. BRAD L. ................................
TIMBERLINE TAXI .........................................
TRANSWEST AIR ..........................................
TRUONG, DR. WALLACE ..............................
VICTORIA SQUARE DISPENSARY ..............
WAGNER, DR. ROBERT G. .........................
WATERS DENTAL LAB .................................
WPD AMBULANCE CARE NO. 248 ..............
YAZDANI, DR. PARVIZ ..................................

161,587
105,322
71,853
67,019
145,315
81,863
216,129
56,300
138,680
95,411
86,882
84,638
68,918
763,386
226,516
68,653
51,180
58,101
59,003
53,195
329,901
183,941
89,605
77,614
62,374
75,154
102,909

Family Health Benefits


ARGUE, DR. CURTIS .................................... $
AVRAM, DR. DANIEL C. ...............................
DENTAL ARTS CLINIC ..................................
DR. PARM LALLI PROF. CORP. ..................
KONERU, DR. ANJANI ..................................
MEDICAL SERVICES BRANCH ....................
SASKATOON REGIONAL HEALTH
AUTHORITY ...............................................
YAZDANI, DR. PARVIZ ..................................

63,200
132,830
61,296
56,068
53,012
910,437
54,487
50,733

64,586
80,995
58,142
62,083
128,321
62,151
77,587
143,279
117,178

Multi-Provincial Human
Immunodeficiency Virus Assistance

391,702
59,648
180,819
54,002

Minister's Travel

105,357
722,690
109,248
53,906
72,576
1,595,504
145,362
60,417
89,936
79,422
111,150
137,661

CANADIAN BLOOD AGENCY ....................... $

283,245

Goods and Services

DRAUDE, HON. JUNE M. ............................. $


GANTEFOER, HON. RODNEY R. ................
MCMORRIS, HON. DONALD G. ...................

696
3,351
33,044

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. ........................................................... $
AERO DELIVERY ...........................................
ALERE INC. ...................................................
AMEX CANADA INC. ACCOUNTS
CONTROL & SERVICES ...........................

2,157,996
485,775
79,333
130,556

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APPLIED BIOSYSTEMS (CANADA )
LTD. ...........................................................
BECKMAN COULTER CANADA INC. ...........
BECTON DICKINSON CANADA INC. ...........
BIO-RAD LABORATORIES (CANADA)
LTD. ...........................................................
BIOMERIEUX CANADA INC. ........................
BMO PURCHASE CARDS-HEALTH ..............
BROWN COMMUNICATIONS GROUP
INC. ............................................................
CGI INFORMATION SYSTEMS &
MANAGEMENT CONSULTANTS INC. .....
CHECKLIST PARTNERSHIP .........................
CHROMATOGRAPHIC SPECIALTIES
INC. ............................................................
COLLEGE OF PHYSICIANS &
SURGEONS OF SASK. .............................
CURRY, PHILIP S. ........................................
DIAGNOSTIC HYBRIDS INC. .......................
DR. DAN ASH MEDICAL
PROFESSIONAL CORPORATION ............
DST HEALTH SOLUTIONS INC. ...................
EDUMETRICS LTD. ......................................
EHEALTH SASKATCHEWAN ........................
EUROIMMUN MEDICAL DIAGNOSTICS
CANADA INC. ............................................
FISHER SCIENTIFIC COMPANY...................
GEN-PROBE INC. .........................................
GERRAND RATH JOHNSON.........................
GLAXOSMITHKLINE INC. .............................
HEALTH CONVEYANCE INC. ......................
HEALTHWISE INCORPORATED...................
HORIZON COMPUTER SOLUTIONS
INC. ............................................................
HOSPITALITY CAREERS ONLINE ................
HOSPITALS IN-COMMON LABORATORY
INC. ............................................................
IBM CANADA LTD. ........................................
IDEXX LABORATORIES CANADA LP ...........
KAIZEN INSTITUTE LEAN ADVISORS
(CANADA) INC. .........................................
KARAL MANAGEMENT .................................
KILARSKI, RICHARD H. ................................
KMP LAW .......................................................
LAURSEN, DR. BRIAN W. ............................
LONESOME VIEW ENT. INC. .......................
MERCK CANADA INC. ..................................
MILLER, DR. ALLAN J. ..................................
MINISTER OF FINANCE MANITOBA ............
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF CORRECTIONS, PUBLIC
SAFETY & POLICING ................................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF FINANCE ..............................................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF GOVERNMENT SERVICES .................
MINISTER OF FINANCE-MINISTRY
OF INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
OFFICE .......................................................
NATIONAL FOOD DISTRIBUTION
CENTRE .....................................................
NOVARTIS PHARMACEUTICALS
CANADA INC. .............................................
ORTHO CLINICAL DIAGNOSTICS ................
OXOID COMPANY .........................................
PARADIGM CONSULTING GROUP INC. .....
PERKINELMER HEALTH SCIENCES
CANADA, INC. ...........................................
PFIZER CANADA INC. ..................................
PHOENIX ADVERTISING GROUP INC. .......
PHOENIX AIRMID BIOMEDICAL CORP. .....
QIAGEN INC. .................................................
RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA
CORRECTIONAL SERVICE OF
CANADA .....................................................

Health
155,625
149,141
99,182
207,017
71,193
2,343,384
1,319,404
2,412,894
50,000
88,406
386,704
65,559
58,431
105,652
72,444
79,100
10,185,033
80,137
281,184
841,285
160,928
1,094,240
199,080
135,811
98,414
51,945
186,468
150,774
51,141
200,024
67,231
52,080
139,108
103,177
56,819
2,095,253
115,046
182,668
648,479
123,620
21,514,206
406,639
251,458
359,488
94,485
83,699
114,994
146,352
199,637
198,994
98,030
91,576
1,295,668

145
RECEIVER GENERAL FOR CANADA
PUBLIC WORKS & GOV'T
SERVICES CANADA ..................................
REGINA QU'APPELLE REGIONAL
HEALTH AUTHORITY ................................
ROCHE DIAGNOSTICS ..................................
SANOFI PASTEUR LIMITED ..........................
SASKATCHEWAN ABILITIES COUNCIL .......
SASKTEL ........................................................
SIEMENS HEALTHCARE DIAGNOSTICS
LTD. ............................................................
SIGMA ANALYTICS ........................................
SIGNAL INDUSTRIES 1998
SASKATCHEWAN LTD. ............................
SMITH-WINDSOR, MORLEY
GRENVILLE ................................................
SOMAGEN DIAGNOSTICS INC. ...................
TDTS CONSULTING ......................................
TEAM SYNTEGRITY AMERICAS INC. .........
THERMO FISHER SCIENTIFC
(MISSISSAUGA) INC. ................................
UNIVERSITY OF REGINA ..............................
UNIVERSITY OF SASKATCHEWAN ..............
VWR INTERNATIONAL CO. ..........................
WATERS LIMITED ..........................................
WYETH PHARMACEUTICALS .......................

2,755,792
132,299
360,745
1,840,363
78,772
242,768
1,849,598
86,078
66,439
131,170
95,181
78,403
236,560
58,497
110,097
97,359
135,638
52,276
3,469,937

Other Expenses
Listed are payees who received $50,000 or more for
expenses not included in the above categories.
HEPATITIS 'C' SASKATCHEWAN C/O
ROYAL TRUST ...........................................$

255,553

146

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Highways and Infrastructure

147

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 direction and centrally-managed
services in the areas of finance, geographical information,
property acquisition and management, communications and
other operational services that include head office and
program-based accommodations required for the delivery of
the Ministrys mandate. It also provides for major capital
improvements.

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 on First
Nations access roads and municipal infrastructure, as well
as shortline railway 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 from 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, winter snow and ice control, ferry and airport
operations, information technology management and
systems support and compliance with transportation laws.
It also provides related operational services such as
engineering standards, property acquisition, traffic
engineering and testing services.

Preservation of Transportation
System (Subvote HI04)
Objective
To provide the preservation and preventative maintenance
works required to protect the publics 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 and
support for area transportation planning on a regional basis.

Transportation Policy and Programs


(Subvote HI06)
Objective
To develop strategic transportation policies in consultation
with the public and other government organizations.
Program Delivery
This program provides for transportation policy and
program development. It also provides for improvements to
the efficiency of Saskatchewans transportation system by
pursuing lower transportation, handling and storage costs
for agriculture and other industries and developing new
methods for the safe movement of goods. It also includes
trucking program management, 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 cost-recovery basis.

Machinery and Equipment


(Subvote HI13)
Objective
To provide for capital acquisition and replacement of
machinery and equipment.
Program Delivery
This program provides for the acquisition and replacement
of machinery and equipment used for maintaining and
operating the provincial highway system.

Amortization of Capital Assets


(Subvote HI14)
Objective
To provide for the estimated annual consumption of the
Ministrys capital assets.
Program Delivery
This program accounts for the estimated annual
consumption of the Ministrys capital assets and includes
the change in inventory valuation. Amortization expense is
calculated using the straight-line method based on the
estimated useful life of the asset with the exception of
heavy equipment which is based on usage. Amortization is
a non-voted, non-cash expense.

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Highways and Infrastructure

148

Highways and Infrastructure

(thousands of dollars)
Salaries &
Benefits

Central Management and Services (HI01)


Minister's Salary (Statutory).................................................................................. $
Executive Management........................................................................................
Central Services....................................................................................................
Accommodation Services.....................................................................................
Subvote Total

45 $
651
3,785
........
4,481

Capital
Transfers
........ $
........
........
........
........

Operating
Transfers
........ $
........
17
........
17

Goods and
Services (1)
........ $
248
1,116
11,688
13,052

Capital Asset
Amortization

Other
Expenses

Internal
Recoveries

Total

........ $
........
........
........
........

........ $
........
........
........
........

........ $
........
(150)
........
(150)

45
899
4,768
11,688
17,400

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

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

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

47,000
5,080
16,816
60
500
........
69,456

Strategic Municipal Infrastructure (HI15)


Municipal Roads Strategy.....................................................................................
Strategic Partnership Program.............................................................................
Urban Connectors.................................................................................................
First Nations Roads Pilot Projects........................................................................
Shortline Railway Sustainability Program............................................................
Traffic Counting.....................................................................................................
Subvote Total

........
314
326
2
........
........
642

47,000
817
15,214
54
500
........
63,585

........
2,815
1,257
........
........
........
4,072

Operation of Transportation System (HI10)


Winter Maintenance..............................................................................................
Road Safety and Traffic Guidance.......................................................................
Operational Services.............................................................................................
Transport Compliance..........................................................................................
Ferry Services.......................................................................................................
Airports..................................................................................................................
Information Technology Services.........................................................................
Subvote Total

13,893
5,755
10,155
3,486
1,974
471
........
35,734

........
........
........
........
........
500
........
500

........
........
1,000
........
........
100
........
1,100

20,682
20,190
10,640
1,897
1,675
1,429
4,442
60,955

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

........
16
495
........
........
........
........
511

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

34,575
25,961
22,290
5,383
3,649
2,500
4,442
98,800

Preservation of Transportation System (HI04)


Surface Preservation (2).......................................................................................
Regional Services.................................................................................................
Subvote Total

21,534
8,897
30,431

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

........
213
213

96,280
1,424
97,704

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

100
........
100

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

117,914
10,534
128,448

3,262

........

28

402

........

........

........

3,692

Custom Work Activity (HI09)

648

........

........

5,277

........

........

........

5,925

Machinery and Equipment (HI13)

........

........

........

........

........

........

........
........
........
........
........
........
75,198 $

........
........
........
........
........
........
64,085 $

........
........
........
........
........
........
5,430 $

Transportation Policy and Programs (HI06)

Amortization of Capital Assets (HI14)


Infrastructure.........................................................................................................
Land, Buildings and Improvements......................................................................
Machinery and Equipment....................................................................................
Transportation Equipment....................................................................................
Office and Information Technology......................................................................
Subvote Total
Total
$

........
1,134
19
4
........
........
1,157

........

(5,192)
........
........
........
........
(5,192)
173,355 $

108,064
414
5,176
138
127
113,919
113,919 $

948
........
........
........
........
948
1,559 $

........
........
........
........
........
........
(150) $

........

103,820
414
5,176
138
127
109,675
433,396

Public Accounts, 2010-11


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

Highways and Infrastructure

149

74,550 $

64,085 $

5,430 $

168,078 $

113,919

1,559

(150)

427,471

648
75,198 $

........
64,085 $

........
5,430 $

5,277
173,355 $

........
113,919

........
1,559

........
(150)

5,925
433,396

(1) Includes communication expense of $883 and travel expense of $9,507.


(2) For detail expense by highway see page 158.

150

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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
AALBERS, LARRY C. .................................... $
ADAMS, JUDITH A. .......................................
ADHIKARI, SUDIP L. .....................................
ALABI, PATRICK DARE .................................
ALDULAYMI, ZAHIR H. .................................
ALLAN, GREG M. ..........................................
ALTHOUSE, BARRY L. .................................
ANDERSON, ASHLEY B. ..............................
ANDERSON, GORDON W. ...........................
ANDERSON, THOMAS MARK .......................
ANDERSON, VICKI M. ..................................
ANDRE, NICHOLE CHRISTINE .....................
ANDREWS, CODY J. .....................................
ANDREWS, LARRY J. ...................................
ANTHONY, ANIA M. ......................................
ARGUE, SCOTT C. ........................................
ARMSTRONG, WENDY L. ............................
ARTYMOWICZ, HARRY M. ...........................
ASHDOWN, MITCHEL JOHN .........................
BABIUK, JAMES .............................................
BAHNMANN, BRIAN GORDON .....................
BAILEY, DAVID B. .........................................
BAILEY, JASON..............................................
BAILEY, LARRY R. ........................................
BAKER, DOUGLAS BRUCE ...........................
BAKER, MILTON LEROY ...............................
BAKUS, WARD K. ..........................................
BALL, JENNIFER J. .......................................
BANACH, DEVIN J. .......................................
BANDUR, KYLE M. ........................................
BANDUR, MITCHELL P. ................................
BARANISKI, GARRY E. .................................
BARBONDY, STEVEN JAMES.......................
BARTLEY, PHILLIP W. ..................................
BARTLEY, TRAVIS L. ....................................
BATHER, LLOYD J. .......................................
BAZIUK, ALEXANDER F. ..............................
BAZIUK, WILLIAM M. ....................................
BAZUIK, THOMAS P. ....................................
BEAUCHESNE, CLAUDE D. .........................
BEAULIEU, ALLAN .........................................
BECKER, HUGH M. .......................................
BELL, DEVIN G. J. .........................................
BELL, LESLIE A. ............................................
BENJAMIN, GLEN M. ....................................
BERG, CHRISTOPHER W. ...........................
BERGREN, L. HUGO......................................
BERNAUER, KEITH M. ..................................
BERT, FELIX J. ..............................................
BERTOLO, ROBERT G. ................................
BESHARA, MAGDY L. ...................................
BESSE, BOB E. .............................................
BESTER, DAVID F. ........................................
BITSCHY, DALE .............................................
BLACKWELL, DAMON L. ..............................
BLACZCZOK, JAMIE V. .................................
BLAISE, DONALD EUGENE ..........................
BLOHM, KENNITH D. ....................................
BLOMME, TERRY P. .....................................
BOCK, STEVEN R. ........................................
BOCZULAK, VINCENT MICHAEL ..................
BODEI, REGGIE .............................................
BODNARCHUK, TERRY WAYNE ..................
BODNAREK, DAVID M. .................................
BOLINGBROKE, BRIAN T. ............................
BORBELY, CATHERINE L. ...........................

58,572
77,429
67,253
94,379
71,159
63,973
56,263
51,870
96,717
93,719
71,243
93,779
52,895
72,422
83,241
77,084
55,222
75,115
71,083
78,731
60,987
58,150
57,988
68,039
62,077
59,035
50,129
67,475
58,174
52,283
69,415
57,259
59,203
85,295
55,531
69,095
63,953
60,437
62,620
60,574
55,062
81,841
63,014
124,547
59,235
60,321
73,151
51,356
59,746
72,364
96,897
80,024
64,068
55,507
55,466
60,808
60,487
53,946
74,924
65,072
71,783
64,015
62,098
56,400
77,084
103,055

Public Accounts, 2010-11

BORIX, TERRY J. .........................................


BOSCH, JAMES JOSEPH .............................
BOSTOCK, BRIAN W. ...................................
BOURASSA, ROGER M. ..............................
BOURINI, ABDEL-MAJID A. .........................
BOUTIN, CLAUDE A. J. ................................
BOWDITCH, SHAUN C. ................................
BOWDITCH, STANLEY THOMAS .................
BOYKO, BRENT A. .......................................
BOYKO, KYLE J. ...........................................
BOYKO, RYAN ...............................................
BRASS, BLAIR M. .........................................
BRASSARD, HERVE CALIXTE .....................
BRAY, EDMUND K. .......................................
BRIERE, ROBIN E. .......................................
BRISBOIS, LINDSEY .....................................
BRODNER, ANN F. .......................................
BRODNER, RUSSEL A. ................................
BROMLEY, MARK C. ....................................
BROWN, SHANNON J. .................................
BRUYNOOGHE, DONNA M. .........................
BRYKSA, GRANT A. .....................................
BUCKINGHAM, ALBERT L. ..........................
BURLACK, ROBERT G. ................................
BURNETT, MICHAEL F. ...............................
BUSHMAN, ROBERT JAMES ........................
BUTTON, BRETT P. ......................................
BUTTON, JAMES G. .....................................
CAMPBELL, BERT W. ..................................
CAMPBELL, DAN G. .....................................
CARLBERG BONNET, MIRANDA .................
CARLSON, DONAVON J. .............................
CARTER, LEONARD J. .................................
CHANDLER, PAUL L. N. ...............................
CHARPENTIER, RAYMOND M. ...................
CHOLODNUIK, EUGENE PETER .................
CHOMETSKY, JOE A. ..................................
CHOPTY, CAMERON J. ...............................
CHRISTMANN, CARL B. ...............................
CHRISTOPHER, JAY LAVERNE ...................
CHRISTOPHER, ROBIN ................................
CHURKO, ALLAN JOSEPH ...........................
CIPYWNYK, ANDREW ..................................
CLARKE, OBERT ...........................................
COCHET, DENISE .........................................
COLLINS, CRAIG E. .....................................
CONNOLY, ALFRED RAY .............................
COOKE, WILLIAM E. ....................................
CORRIGAL, GEORGE A. ..............................
COSSETTE, CHRISTOPHER D. ..................
COUPERTHWAITE, ROBERT W. .................
COWELL, DURWOOD GUY ..........................
COX, REGINALD ...........................................
CRAGG, RANDAL A. ....................................
CREIGHTON, M. WAYNE ..............................
CROSSON, DOUGLAS L. .............................
CULLUM, EDWARD .......................................
CURRIE, JOHN ..............................................
CURRIE, TRENT M. ......................................
CUSTER SR, HAROLD G. ............................
CYR, CURTIS G. ...........................................
CZERNICK, JOHN C. ....................................
DAHL, ROGER B. .........................................
DAHLIN, RICHARD STAN .............................
DAKU, NEIL C. ..............................................
DAVIDSON, KELVIN S. .................................
DAVIES, THOMAS L. ....................................
DAVIS, BLAINE P. .........................................
DAVIS, LAWRENCE W. ................................
DECK, DEVIN J. ............................................
DELOWSKI, CARL J. ....................................
DEMMANS, CALVIN ......................................
DEROO, GARRY A. ......................................
DERR, DAVID W. ..........................................
DEWAN SOCHASKI, NORMAN B. ...............
DICKIE, CHRIS S. .........................................

62,612
57,616
71,027
67,178
63,373
54,269
51,160
83,963
78,455
51,151
80,490
52,004
86,562
88,546
70,424
51,027
56,876
60,796
61,776
50,591
50,855
86,359
71,236
63,426
79,104
79,724
55,973
55,310
89,113
69,127
103,055
71,283
54,656
56,879
76,019
73,390
66,141
53,752
74,217
65,476
62,655
124,547
103,055
54,857
58,636
56,726
103,055
107,846
70,617
53,297
54,685
55,797
103,055
62,813
70,730
54,880
55,706
63,391
67,193
58,489
54,878
75,449
55,002
70,675
56,274
78,757
99,359
55,991
51,642
50,309
65,584
64,103
65,087
63,386
54,214
53,941

Public Accounts, 2010-11


DICKSON, WAYNE M. ..................................
DIDUR, ALLEN C. ..........................................
DIEBEL, GARY J. ..........................................
DIETZ, DARRYL CARL ..................................
DIETZE, HERB ...............................................
DIGNESS, TYRELL S. ...................................
DOEGE, KURT L. ..........................................
DOLHA, DEREK J. ........................................
DOLNEY, DAN G. ..........................................
DOLTER, PATRICK L. ...................................
DONAHUE, JAY M. .......................................
DORION, BRADLEY .......................................
DOUGLAS, BRENT W. ..................................
DOUGLAS, CLIFFORD ..................................
DRIESCHNER, WAYNE A. ............................
DRYSDALE, DONALD H. ..............................
DUDLEY, MICHAEL A. ..................................
DUECK, BENJAMIN D. ..................................
DUFF, BOBBY M. ..........................................
DUROCHER, RICHARD G. ...........................
DUVALL, JOHN ..............................................
DUVALL, KEVIN N. ........................................
DYCK, CHARLENE E. ...................................
DYCK, GERRY A. ..........................................
DYCK, WESLEY JOHN ..................................
DYOK, RICHARD J. .......................................
EARING, TIMOTHY J. ...................................
EARNSHAW, DAVID DEAN ...........................
ECKEL, DONNY N. ........................................
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