Supporting Documentation: Tangible Capital Assets by Main Custodian Ministries as per the Public Accounts of Canada
- Ministries listed in this dataset have a net capital asset total greater than one billion dollars. Those not listed are grouped under "Other ministries". For example, in 2005–2006, the ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Trade had less than one billion dollar of total net capital assets while had more than one billion dollars of total net capital assets for the other years presented in this dataset.
- Some ministries' names have changed over the years. When it is the case, the different names are listed in the dataset and the amounts are recorded in front of the name that the ministries had that year:
- The ministry of Environment and Climate Change was named Environment from 2004–2005 to 2014–2015.
- The ministry of Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard was named Fisheries and Oceans from 2004–2005 to 2014–2015.
- The ministry of Global Affairs was named Foreign Affairs in 2004–2005 then, Foreign Affairs and International Trade from 2005–2006 to 2012–2013 and then, Foreign Affairs, Trade and Development from 2013–2014 to 2014–2015.
- The ministry of Innovation, Science and Industry was named Industry from 2004–2005 to 2014–2015 and then Innovation, Science and Economic Development from 2015–2016 to 2020–2021.
- The ministry of Public Safety was named Solicitor General in 2004–2005 and then, Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness from 2005–2006 to 2020–2021.
- The ministry of Public Services and Procurement was named Public Works and Government Services from 2004–2005 to 2014–2015.
- The ministry of Transport was named Transport (Transport, Infrastructure and Communities) in 2005–2006.
- The ministry of Canadian Heritage was named Canadian Heritage and Multiculturalism in 2018–2019. Additional details are provided in Section 10 of Volume I, Public Accounts of Canada.
- The ministry of Digital Government was dissolved in 2020–2021.
- The ministry of Intergovernmental Affairs, Infrastructure and Communities was named Infrastructure and Communities from 2016–2017 to 2020–2021.
- Certain comparative figures have been reclassified to conform to the current year’s presentation. Details on the reclassification are provided in Note 2, Section 2 of Volume I, Public Accounts of Canada.
Note: In 2022-2023, a separate column with the heading "2021/2022-COMP" was added, to include prior year comparatives that have been restated to reflect the adoption of Public Sector Accounting Standard PS 3280 Asset Retirement Obligations. Years prior to 2022 figures have not been restated.
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