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Accounts for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 2000 (pdf-1,854
Includes the entire Volume of the Public Accounts as printed in the
paper version, including a convenient live index to aid in navigating
the electronic document.
Public Accounts 1999/00
of this volume are available below as separate, smaller pdf files:
- Provincial Financial Reporting Overview—provides
a written commentary on the numbers reported in the Summary Financial
Statements plus additional information on the financial performance
of the government. (pdf-53 kb)
- Summary Financial Statements—these
statements have been prepared to disclose the economic impact of the
government's activities. They aggregate the Consolidated Revenue Fund
(CRF) and government organizations and enterprises. (pdf-656 kb)
- Supplementary Information (Unaudited)—these
schedules provide additional information on the total revenues and
expenses of the SUCH Sector (schools, universities and colleges, and
health care organizations) and their impact on the Summary statements.
- Consolidated Revenue Fund Extracts (Unaudited)—these
schedules provide additional information on the revenues and expenses
and transactions of the CRF. (pdf-119 kb)
- Provincial Debt Summary—this
information provides additional analysis, comparison with other standards
augmented by graph tables. (pdf-782 kb)
- Consolidated Revenue Fund Supplementary Schedules—this
section contains schedules which support the information presented
in the province's Consolidated Revenue Fund Financial Statements,
including details of expenditures by ministerial appropriations, together
with an analysis of statutory appropriations and Special Accounts
and Special Funds transactions. (pdf-1,235 kb)
- Supplementary Information, Detailed
Schedules of Payments—this section contains detailed
schedules of salaries, wages, travel expenses, grants and other payments.