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THE ESTIMATES, 1 The Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport provides leadership for these fast-growing sectors of the provincial economy which are fundamental to the prosperity and quality of life of Ontario
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THE ESTIMATES, 1 The Ministry of Tourism, Culture and Sport provides leadership for these fast-growing sectors of the provincial economy which are fundamental to the prosperity and quality of life of Ontario citizens. The Ministry works with the tourism sector to stimulate economic growth, investment and competitiveness in the rapidly changing world of travel and leisure. By providing leadership within the arts and culture community, the Ministry helps grow the creative economy, build a dynamic cultural environment with vibrant liveable communities in Ontario and encourage stewardship of heritage assets. The Ministry helps broaden participation in sport and recreation to enable Ontarians to lead healthy, active lifestyles and enhances opportunities for high-performance athletes to achieve success. Hosting high-profile sport events increases job creation and encourages economic growth. The Pan/Parapan American Games Secretariat (PPAGS), which supports the Minister Responsible for the 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games, is responsible for overseeing Ontario's financial commitments in the Games and helping to ensure the Games' vision is achieved. MINISTRY PROGRAM SUMMARY VOTE PROGRAM Difference Between and 3801 Ministry Administration Program 7,447,100 7,496,100 (49,000) 9,117, Tourism Program 136,699, ,758,200 1,940, ,252, Sport, Recreation and Community Programs 50,665,000 50,564, ,000 51,384, Culture Program 247,171, ,311,600 2,860, ,390, Ontario Trillium Foundation Program 115,001, ,001, ,000, Ontario Cultural Media Tax Credits 399,692, ,516,800 56,175, ,712, Pan/Parapan American Games Secretariat 253,237,700 54,649, ,588,000 38,393,704 Less: Special Warrants 298,139, ,139,300 - TOTAL TO BE VOTED 911,774, ,297,400 (38,523,200) 1,202,251,477 Special Warrants 298,139, ,139,300 - 2 THE ESTIMATES, MINISTRY PROGRAM SUMMARY VOTE PROGRAM Difference Between and Statutory Appropriations 80,187 80,187-80,353 Ministry Total Operating Expense 1,209,993, ,377, ,616,100 1,202,331,830 Consolidation Adjustment - Ontario Place 3,528,500 2,870, ,500 2,640,000 Corporation Consolidation Adjustment - Metro Toronto 46,258,000 44,543,200 1,714,800 44,733,000 Convention Centre Consolidation Adjustment - Ontario Tourism 8,303,000 6,335,900 1,967,100 (2,916,000) Marketing Partnership Corporation Consolidation Adjustment - Ontario Science 14,951,300 10,286,900 4,664,400 13,390,396 Centre Consolidation Adjustment - Ontario Trillium 2,933,400 7,748,200 (4,814,800) 6,135,000 Foundation Consolidation Adjustment - Royal Ontario 24,942,000 23,096,200 1,845,800 27,791,000 Museum Consolidation Adjustment - Ontario Arts 1,209,000 1,270,000 (61,000) 1,000,100 Council Consolidation Adjustment - Ottawa Convention 15,712,600 15,633,000 79,600 15,764,000 Centre Consolidation Adjustment - Niagara Parks 75,227,500 74,833, ,500 71,036,000 Commission Consolidation Adjustment - TO ,297, ,703, ,593, ,225,000 Total Including Consolidation & Other Adjustments 1,748,356,087 1,371,697, ,658,700 1,484,130,326 THE ESTIMATES, MINISTRY PROGRAM SUMMARY 3 VOTE PROGRAM Difference Between and 3801 Ministry Administration Program 2,000 2, Tourism Program 1,000 1, Tourism and Culture Capital Program 47,541,900 67,204,500 (19,662,600) 51,657, Culture Program 1,000 1, Pan/Parapan American Games Secretariat 1,548,000 1,000 1,547, ,846,869 Less: Special Warrants 13,594,000-13,594,000 - TOTAL TO BE VOTED 35,499,900 67,209,500 (31,709,600) 269,504,445 Special Warrants 13,594,000-13,594,000 - Statutory Appropriations 4,000 4, Ministry Total Capital Expense 49,097,900 67,213,500 (18,115,600) 269,504,445 4 THE ESTIMATES, MINISTRY PROGRAM SUMMARY VOTE PROGRAM Difference Between and Consolidation Adjustment - Ontario Place 542,400 87, ,900 - Corporation Consolidation Adjustment - Metro Toronto 8,087,400 7,438, ,800 7,268,000 Convention Centre Consolidation Adjustment - Ontario Tourism 666, , ,300 2,448,000 Marketing Partnership Corporation Consolidation Adjustment - Ontario Science 5,624,100 6,130,000 (505,900) 6,624,000 Centre Consolidation Adjustment - Ontario Trillium 592, ,000 41,300 (4,498,000) Foundation Consolidation Adjustment - Royal Ontario 8,900,100 11,142,000 (2,241,900) 9,465,000 Museum Consolidation Adjustment - Ontario Arts 400, ,000 50, ,000 Council Consolidation Adjustment - Ottawa Convention 5,299,800 5,386,000 (86,200) 5,385,000 Centre Consolidation Adjustment - Niagara Parks 8,213,300 6,925,600 1,287,700 1,597,000 Commission Total Including Consolidation & Other Adjustments 87,423, ,686,900 (18,263,600) 297,967,445 CAPITAL ASSETS 3801 Ministry Administration Program 2,000 2, Tourism Program 23,501,000 1,000 23,500, Culture Program 1,000 1, Pan/Parapan American Games Secretariat 5,812, ,341,900 (249,529,900) - Less: Special Warrants 3,668,000-3,668,000 - TOTAL CAPITAL ASSETS TO BE VOTED 25,648, ,345,900 (229,697,900) - Special Warrants 3,668,000-3,668,000 - Ministry Total Capital Assets 29,316, ,345,900 (226,029,900) - Ministry Total Operating and Capital Including Consolidation and Other Adjustments (not including Assets) 1,835,779,387 1,477,384, ,395,100 1,782,097,771 THE ESTIMATES, MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM - VOTE The Ministry Administration Program includes the Minister's Office, the Parliamentary Assistant's Office, the Deputy Minister's Office and the Communications Branch. The program is responsible for overall direction and corporate leadership of the Ministry and internal administration. VOTE SUMMARY Difference Between and 1 Ministry Administration 7,447,100 7,496,100 (49,000) 9,117,603 Total Including Special Warrants 7,447,100 7,496,100 (49,000) 9,117,603 Less: Special Warrants 1,899,000-1,899,000 - TOTAL TO BE VOTED 5,548,100 7,496,100 (1,948,000) 9,117,603 Special Warrants 1,899,000-1,899,000 - S Minister's Salary, the Executive Council 47,841 47,841-49,301 Act S Parliamentary Assistants' Salaries, the 32,346 32,346-31,052 Executive Council Act Total Statutory Appropriations 80,187 80,187-80,353 Total Operating Expense 7,527,287 7,576,287 (49,000) 9,197,956 3 Ministry Administration 2,000 2, TOTAL TO BE VOTED 2,000 2, S Amortization, the Financial 2,000 2, Administration Act Total Statutory Appropriations 2,000 2, Total Capital Expense 4,000 4, CAPITAL ASSETS 2 Ministry Administration 2,000 2, TOTAL CAPITAL ASSETS TO BE VOTED 2,000 2, Total Capital Assets 2,000 2, 6 THE ESTIMATES, MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM - VOTE 3801, cont'd STANDARD ACCOUNTS CLASSIFICATION VOTE - STANDARD ACCOUNT BY AND SUB-S Ministry Administration Salaries and wages 5,405,700 Employee benefits 648,300 Transportation and communication 471,200 Services 767,000 Supplies and equipment 154,900 Total Operating Expense 7,447,100 Sub-Items: Main Office Salaries and wages 2,763,400 Employee benefits 326,500 Transportation and communication 303,200 Services 374,800 Supplies and equipment 136,900 3,904,800 Communications Services Salaries and wages 2,642,300 Employee benefits 321,800 Transportation and communication 168,000 Services 392,200 Supplies and equipment 18,000 3,542,300 Total Operating Expense 7,447,100 Statutory Appropriations S Minister's Salary, the Executive Council Act 47,841 S Parliamentary Assistants' Salaries, the Executive Council Act 32,346 Total Operating Expense for Ministry Administration Program 7,527, Ministry Administration Other transactions 2,000 Total Capital Expense to be Voted 2,000 Statutory Appropriations Other transactions S Amortization, the Financial Administration Act 2,000 Total Capital Expense for Ministry Administration Program 4,000 THE ESTIMATES, 7 MINISTRY ADMINISTRATION PROGRAM - VOTE 3801, cont'd STANDARD ACCOUNTS CLASSIFICATION, cont'd VOTE - STANDARD ACCOUNT BY AND SUB-S CAPITAL ASSETS Ministry Administration Land and marine fleet - asset costs 2,000 Total Capital Assets to be Voted 2,000 Total Capital Assets for Ministry Administration Program 2,000 8 THE ESTIMATES, TOURISM PROGRAM - VOTE 3802 The Tourism Program seeks to sustain and grow the competitiveness of Ontario's tourism industry. The Ministry works in partnership with tourism associations and businesses to strengthen and build the tourism industry and promote Ontario worldwide as a premier, four-season tourist destination. This includes providing support to the 13 Regional Tourism Organizations and festivals and events across the province, identifying tourism investment and development opportunities, and providing strategic intelligence to keep tourism stakeholders well informed about trends, issues, and visitor expectations. The Ministry oversees the activities and accountabilities of six agencies and two attractions that promote tourism, economic growth and job creation. The Ministry's tourism attractions and agencies are the stewards of unique historic facilities, green space and parklands in regions across Ontario, and offer a range of educational, recreational, cultural and entertainment programs for residents and visitors. VOTE SUMMARY Difference Between and 1 Tourism 136,699, ,758,200 1,940, ,252,708 Total Including Special Warrants 136,699, ,758,200 1,940, ,252,708 Less: Special Warrants 61,250,000-61,250,000 - TOTAL TO BE VOTED 75,449, ,758,200 (59,309,200) 161,252,708 Special Warrants 61,250,000-61,250,000 - Total Operating Expense 136,699, ,758,200 1,940, ,252,708 3 Tourism 1,000 1, TOTAL TO BE VOTED 1,000 1, S Amortization, the Financial 1,000 1, Administration Act Total Statutory Appropriations 1,000 1, Total Capital Expense 2,000 2, CAPITAL ASSETS 2 Tourism 23,501,000 1,000 23,500,000 - Total Including Special Warrants 23,501,000 1,000 23,500,000 - Less: Special Warrants 1,750,000-1,750,000 - TOTAL CAPITAL ASSETS TO BE VOTED 21,751,000 1,000 21,750,000 - Special Warrants 1,750,000-1,750,000 - Total Capital Assets 23,501,000 1,000 23,500,000 - THE ESTIMATES, 9 TOURISM PROGRAM - VOTE 3802, cont'd STANDARD ACCOUNTS CLASSIFICATION VOTE - STANDARD ACCOUNT BY AND SUB-S Tourism Salaries and wages 12,616,000 Employee benefits 1,929,200 Transportation and communication 536,500 Services 4,337,400 Supplies and equipment 959,600 Transfer payments Grants in Support of Tourism Investment Development 5,000,000 Grants in Support of the Festival and Event Attractions and Support Program 22,260,000 Grants in Support of Tourism Regions 40,000,000 Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation 39,867,500 Ontario Place Corporation 2,070,000 St. Lawrence Parks Commission 7,122, ,320,300 Total Operating Expense 136,699,000 Sub-Items: Tourism Policy and Development Salaries and wages 4,538,200 Employee benefits 721,000 Transportation and communication 323,800 Services 1,708,900 Supplies and equipment 126,600 Transfer payments Tourism Marketing Grants in Support of Tourism Investment Development 5,000,000 Grants in Support of the Festival and Event Attractions and Support Program 22,260,000 Grants in Support of Tourism Regions 40,000,000 67,260,000 74,678,500 Transfer payments Ontario Tourism Marketing Partnership Corporation 39,867,500 39,867,500 10 THE ESTIMATES, TOURISM PROGRAM - VOTE 3802, cont'd STANDARD ACCOUNTS CLASSIFICATION, cont'd VOTE - STANDARD ACCOUNT BY AND SUB-S Tourism Planning and Operations Salaries and wages 8,077,800 Employee benefits 1,208,200 Transportation and communication 212,700 Services 2,628,500 Supplies and equipment 833,000 Transfer payments Ontario Place Corporation 2,070,000 St. Lawrence Parks Commission 7,122,800 9,192,800 22,153,000 Total Operating Expense 136,699,000 Total Operating Expense for Tourism Program 136,699,000 THE ESTIMATES, 11 TOURISM PROGRAM - VOTE 3802, cont'd STANDARD ACCOUNTS CLASSIFICATION, cont'd VOTE - STANDARD ACCOUNT BY AND SUB-S Tourism Other transactions 1,000 Total Capital Expense to be Voted 1,000 Statutory Appropriations Other transactions S Amortization, the Financial Administration Act 1,000 Total Capital Expense for Tourism Program 2,000 CAPITAL ASSETS Tourism Land 23,500,000 Land and marine fleet - asset costs 1,000 Total Capital Assets 23,501,000 Total Capital Assets for Tourism Program 23,501,000 12 THE ESTIMATES, SPORT, RECREATION AND COMMUNITY PROGRAMS - VOTE 3803 The Ministry's sport, recreation and community programs are working to increase Ontarians' sport and physical activity participation levels and developing high performance athletes whose achievements inspire people across Ontario and Canada. The Ministry leads Ontario's interests in 'Amateur Sport' by ensuring recognized sports are conducted in a fair and safe way; encouraging sport participation among all Ontarians; supporting high performance athletes; ensuring the sport legacy from the 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games and advocating Ontario priorities at the federal level. The Ministry leads Ontario's interests in 'Recreation' by providing funding for key partners to deliver projects that increase physical activity and provide after school programs among children and youth and promote the 2015 Pan/Parapan American Games; enhance recreation infrastructure at the local level; provide coordination for provincial interests in trails, parkland, open space and waterbased recreation resources. The Ministry also supports Recreation and Community programs that deliver targeted health promotion programs with a focus on sport and recreation and engage Aboriginal communities to increase physical activity. VOTE SUMMARY Difference Between and 1 Sport, Recreation and Community 50,665,000 50,564, ,000 51,384,842 Total Including Special Warrants 50,665,000 50,564, ,000 51,384,842 Less: Special Warrants 16,469,000-16,469,000 - TOTAL TO BE VOTED 34,196,000 50,564,000 (16,368,000) 51,384,842 Special Warrants 16,469,000-16,469,000 - Total Operating Expense 50,665,000 50,564, ,000 51,384,842 THE ESTIMATES, 13 SPORT, RECREATION AND COMMUNITY PROGRAMS - VOTE 3803, cont'd STANDARD ACCOUNTS CLASSIFICATION VOTE - STANDARD ACCOUNT BY AND SUB-S Sport, Recreation and Community Salaries and wages 3,048,600 Employee benefits 365,900 Transportation and communication 210,500 Services 1,256,200 Supplies and equipment 74,500 Transfer payments Sport and Athlete Development 22,605,300 Youth Programs 13,500,000 Ontario Sport and Recreation Communities Fund 7,204,000 Aboriginal Programs 2,400,000 45,709,300 Total Operating Expense 50,665,000 Total Operating Expense for Sport, Recreation and Community Programs 50,665,000 14 THE ESTIMATES, TOURISM AND CULTURE CAPITAL PROGRAM - VOTE 3804 The Tourism and Culture Capital Program preserves and enhances Ontario's investment in tourism and cultural infrastructure. The Ministry provides capital repair and rehabilitation funding to 13 of its 21 tourism and cultural agencies and attractions. This funding enables the Ministry's agencies and attractions to undertake repair and rehabilitation of existing infrastructure including: renovations, building code upgrades, health and safety improvements and statutory/regulatory compliance, that help them remain competitive and enhance the visitor experience. The Ministry manages the infrastructure development commitments for Sports, Culture Tourism Partnership Program as well as onetime capital year-end investments. The Ministry is currently leading the revitalization of Ontario Place, a signature capital project and commitment for the Ontario Government. VOTE SUMMARY Difference Between and 1 Tourism and Culture Capital 47,541,900 67,204,500 (19,662,600) 51,657,576 Total Including Special Warrants 47,541,900 67,204,500 (19,662,600) 51,657,576 Less: Special Warrants 13,329,000-13,329,000 - TOTAL TO BE VOTED 34,212,900 67,204,500 (32,991,600) 51,657,576 Special Warrants 13,329,000-13,329,000 - Total Capital Expense 47,541,900 67,204,500 (19,662,600) 51,657,576 THE ESTIMATES, 15 TOURISM AND CULTURE CAPITAL PROGRAM - VOTE 3804, cont'd STANDARD ACCOUNTS CLASSIFICATION VOTE - STANDARD ACCOUNT BY AND SUB-S Tourism and Culture Capital Services 6,603,500 Supplies and equipment 2,199,000 Transfer payments Grants in Support of Pan/Parapan American Games 95,000 Tourism Agencies Repairs and Rehabilitation 5,975,800 Cultural Agencies Repairs & Rehabilitation 11,800,000 Grants in Support of Culture 11,113,000 Grants in Support of Culture - Federal Contribution 6,255,600 Ontario Place Revitalization 3,500,000 38,739,400 Total Capital Expense 47,541,900 Total Capital Expense for Tourism and Culture Capital Program 47,541,900 16 THE ESTIMATES, CULTURE PROGRAM - VOTE 3805 The Culture Program promotes and supports the arts and cultural industries, protects Ontario's heritage, advances the public library system and supports cultural agencies in order to maximize their contribution to Ontario's social, cultural and economic well-being. The Ministry provides support and advice to municipalities, First Nations, municipal heritage committees and others involved in heritage conservation and protection or cultural planning. Through strategic investments in cultural industries in the entertainment and creative cluster, the Ministry supports innovation, encourages high-skill job creation and contributes to strengthening Ontario's competitive advantage in the knowledge-based economy. VOTE SUMMARY Difference Between and 1 Culture 247,171, ,311,600 2,860, ,390,533 Total Including Special Warrants 247,171, ,311,600 2,860, ,390,533 Less: Special Warrants 90,000,000-90,000,000 - TOTAL TO BE VOTED 157,171, ,311,600 (87,140,000) 244,390,533 Special Warrants 90,000,000-90,000,000 - Total Operating Expense 247,171, ,311,600 2,860, ,390,533 3 Culture Program 1,000 1, TOTAL TO BE VOTED 1,000 1, S Amortization, the Financial 1,000 1, Administration Act Total Statutory Appropriations 1,000 1, Total Capital Expense 2,000 2, CAPITAL ASSETS 2 Culture Program 1,000 1, TOTAL CAPITAL ASSETS TO BE VOTED 1,000 1, Total Capital Assets 1,000 1, THE ESTIMATES, 17 CULTURE PROGRAM - VOTE 3805, cont'd STANDARD ACCOUNTS CLASSIFICATION VOTE - STANDARD ACCOUNT BY AND SUB-S Culture Salaries and wages 10,392,600 Employee benefits 950,700 Transportation and communication 430,600 Services 1,701,300 Supplies and equipment 379,400 Transfer payments Arts Sector Support 10,043,200 Heritage Sector Support 5,930,600 Libraries Sector Support 28,594,600 Art Gallery of Ontario 21,072,300 McMichael Canadian Collection 3,328,800 Ontario Arts Council 59,937,400 Ontario Media Development Corporation 22,950,300 Ontario Heritage Trust 4,159,300 Ontario Science Centre 19,364,100 Royal Botanical Gardens 4,036,000 Royal Ontario Museum 27,280,900 Science North 6,828,900 Southern Ontario Library Service 3,145,800 Ontario Library Service North 1,645,800 Ontario Music Fund 15,000, ,318,000 Subtotal 247,172,600 Less: Recoveries 1,000 Total Operating Expense 247,171,600 Total Operating Expense for Culture Program 247,171,600 18 THE ESTIMATES, CULTURE PROGRAM - VOTE 3805, cont'd STANDARD ACCOUNTS CLASSIFICATION, cont'd VOTE - STANDARD ACCOUNT BY AND SUB-S Culture Program Other transactions 1,000 Total Capital Expense to be Voted 1,000 Statutory Appropriations Other transactions S Amortization, the Financial Administration Act 1,000 Total Capital Expense for Culture Program 2,000 CAPITAL ASSETS Culture Program Land and marine fleet - asset costs 1,000 Total Capital Assets to be Voted 1,000 Total Capital Assets for Culture Program 1,000 THE ESTIMATES, ONTARIO TRILLIUM FOUNDATION PROGRAM - VOTE The Ontario Trillium Foundation is one of Canada's leading charitable grant-making foundations. It helps build strong and healthy communities through contributions to charitable and not-for-profit organizations in the arts and culture, sports and recreation, human and social services and environmental sectors. VOTE SUMMARY Difference Between and 1 Ontario Trillium Foundation 115,001, ,001, ,000,000 TOTAL TO BE VOTED 115,001, ,001, ,000,000 Total Operating Expense 115,001, ,001, ,000,000 20 THE ESTIMATES, ONTARIO TRILLIUM FOUNDATION PROGRAM - VOTE 3806, cont'd STANDARD ACCOUNTS CLASSIFICATION VOTE - STANDARD ACCOUNT BY AND SUB-S Ontario Trillium Foundation Transfer payments Ontario Trillium Foundation 115,001,000 T
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