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Public 
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FINANCIAL STATEMENTS AND 
SCHEDULES OF THE 
CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 

FOR THE FISCAL YEAR ENDED 
MARCH 31, 1993 



PROVINCE OF 
BRITISH COLUMBIA 

MINISTRY OF 
FINANCE AND 
CORPORATE RELATIONS 


HON. ELIZABETH CULL 

Minister of Finance and Corporate Relations 



British Columbia Cataloguing in Publication Data 

British Columbia. Ministry of Finance and Corporate 
Relations 

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Annual. 

Title varies slightly. 

Continues: British Columbia. Ministry of Finance. 

Public accounts of British Columbia. ISSN 0382-2001 
Report year ends March 3 1 . 

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1 . Finance, Public — British Columbia — Accounting — 
Periodicals. I. Title. 

HJ13.B75 354.71 10072 / 31 , 05 

Rev. July 1990 


TJNIVERSrrrDBRARY 
UNIVERSITY OF ALBF OT ^ 


Lieutenant Governor of the Province of British Columbia. 


May it please Your Honour: 

The undersigned has the honour to present the Public Accounts of the Province of British Columbia for the 
fiscal year ended March 31,1 993 . 

ELIZABETH CULL 
Minister of Finance 
and Corporate Relations 

Ministry of Finance 
and Corporate Relations 
Victoria , British Columbia 
November 30, 1993 


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November 30, 1 993 
Victoria, British Columbia 


The Honourable ELIZABETH CULL 

Minister of Finance and Corporate Relations 

I have the honour to submit herewith the Public Accounts of the Province of British Columbia for the fiscal 
year ended March 31,1 993. 

Respectfully submitted, 


ALAN J. BARNARD 
Comptroller General 



























Contents 


Volume 1 1 — Section 

Financial Statements and Schedules of the Consolidated Revenue Fund 

Introduction F 

Consolidated Revenue Fund Financial Statements G 

Supplementary Schedules to the Financial Statements H 

Detailed Schedules of Payments I 

(A table of contents is provided at the beginning of each section.) 


Note: There is another volume of the Public Accounts, entitled: Volume I — Consolidated Reporting Entity, 
Trust Funds and Summaries of Financial Information Reports. 










































Introduction 


Contents 


Government Financial Statements 


Page 


9 


Public Accounts Content 


10 



Introduction 


The Public Accounts are the documents that contain the audited financial statements of the government and 
other financial information presented to the Legislative Assembly to show compliance with the various statutory 
authorities. The government's financial statements are prepared in accordance with the accounting policies 
described in this Introduction and on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year, except where a change or 
variation is explicitly described in the Significant Accounting Policies section below. 

Government Financial Statements 

The government carries on its activities through a variety of appropriations, special funds, corporations and 
agencies. Financial statements are prepared to incorporate two levels of activity under its authority: the 
Consolidated Revenue Fund Financial Statements and the Summary Financial Statements. 

Consolidated Revenue Fund statements incorporate the General Fund (main operating account and special 
accounts) and Special Funds such as the British Columbia Endowment Fund and Natural Resource Community 
Fund. These represent the funds over which the government has direct control. When the Consolidated Revenue 
Fund is consolidated with government organizations and enterprises, the result is the Summary Financial 
Statements. This is graphically illustrated below: 



Summary 

Financial 

Statements 


Each set of financial statements includes the following: 

• Balance Sheet — a statement of financial position, showing recorded assets and liabilities, with the 
residual difference being net equity. In addition to the recorded assets, the province owns a significant 
number of physical assets, including highways, bridges, ferries and Crown land, which includes 
parks, forests and all other publicly held land in the province. 


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• Statement of Revenue and Expenditure — a statement summarizing the items of revenue and expendi- 
ture for the fiscal year. The net revenue or expenditure for a year represents the change in net equity 
for the same period. 

• Statement of Changes in Cash and Temporary Investments — a statement showing how the operating 
transactions (being those expenditures and other transactions which affect operating results) and 
financing transactions (being those transactions such as loans which affect the financial position but 
not the operating results) have affected the cash and temporary investments position of the 
government. 

• Notes and Supplementary Statements to Financial Statements — these provide additional information 
on the amounts included in the financial statements and they form an integral part of the financial 
statements. 

Public Accounts Content 

The Public Accounts are divided into two volumes as follows: 

Volume I — Consolidated Reporting Entity, Trust Funds and Summaries of Financial Information 
Reports 

• Summary Financial Statements — these statements have been prepared to disclose the economic 
impact of the government's activities. They aggregate the Consolidated Revenue Fund and govern- 
ment organizations and enterprises. 

• Financial Statements of Government Organizations and Enterprises — this section contains the latest 
audited financial statements of government organizations and enterprises. A summary of financial 
information for other entities subjectto the Financial Information Act is incorporated in the last section 
of this volume. 

• Trust Funds Financial Statements — this section contains the latest audited financial statements of the 
pension, superannuation and long-term disability funds administered by the government. A summary 
of financial information for trust funds is included in this section. 

• Summaries of Financial Statements of Corporations and Agencies to which the Financial Information 
Act applies — this section contains summaries of the financial statements of corporations, associa- 
tions, boards, commissions, societies and public bodies required to report under the Financial 
Information Act { S.B.C. 1 985, chapter 8, section 2) and not included elsewhere in this volume. 

Volume II — Financial Statements and Schedules of the Consolidated Revenue Fund 

• Consolidated Revenue Fund Financial Statements — these statements include the accounts of the 
Consolidated Revenue Fund, combining the activities of the General Fund with funds earmarked for 
specific purposes, Special Funds. 

• Supplementary Schedules to the Financial Statements — th is 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 Funds transactions. 

• Detailed Schedules of Payments — this section contains detailed schedules of salaries, wages, travel 
expenses, grants and other payments. 


Consolidated Revenue Fund Financial Statements 
as at March 31, 1993 

Contents 

Page 

Auditor General's Report 3 

Statement of Responsibility 5 

Balance Sheet 7 

Statement of Revenue and Expenditure 8 

Statement of Changes in Cash and Temporary Investments 9 

Notes to Financial Statements 1 0 

Supplementary Statements 

Statement of Revenue by Source — Comparison of Estimates to Actual 25 

Statement of Comparison of Estimated Expenditures to Actual Expenditures 27 

Statement of Guaranteed Debt 29 

Statement of Information Required Under Section 8 (2) (b) (iii) of the Financial Administration Act 3 1 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 



Auditor General of British Columbia 


AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT 
ON THE 

CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND 
FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 


G 3 


To the Legislative Assembly 
of the Province of British Columbia 
Parliament Buildings 
Victoria, British Columbia 


I have audited the balance sheet of the Consolidated Revenue Fund of the Government 
of the Province of British Columbia as at March 31, 1993 and the statements of revenue 
and expenditure and changes in cash and temporary investments for the year then ended. 
These financial statements are the responsibility of the Government. My responsibility is 
to express an opinion on these financial statements based on my audit. 

I conducted my audit in accordance with generally accepted auditing standards. Those 
standards require that I plan and perform an audit to obtain reasonable assurance whether 
the financial statements are free of material misstatement. An audit includes examining, 
on a test basis, evidence supporting the amounts and disclosures in the financial statements. 
An audit also includes assessing the accounting principles used and significant estimates 
made by management, as well as evaluating the overall financial statement presentation. 
In the conduct of my audit, I have received all the information and explanations I have 
required. 

I report in accordance with section 7 of the Auditor General Act. In my opinion these 
financial statements present fairly, in all material respects, the financial position of the 
Consolidated Revenue Fund as at March 31, 1993 and the results of its operations and the 
changes in its financial position for the year then ended in accordance with the stated 
accounting policies as set out in note 1 to these financial statements applied on a basis 
consistent with that of the preceding year. 


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AUDITOR GENERAL'S REPORT 

ON THE CONSOLIDATED REVENUE FUND FINANCIAL STATEMENTS 


As described in note 1(a), these financial statements reflect only the transactions and 
balances of the Consolidated Revenue Fund, which consists of the General Fund and 
Special Funds. Other significant financial activities of the Government occur outside this 
reporting entity. These additional activities are reflected in the Summary Financial 
Statements of the Government, included in Volume I of the Public Accounts, which 
consolidate the Government organizations, including the Consolidated Revenue Fund, and 
enterprises to provide an accounting of substantially the full nature and extent of the 
financial affairs and resources for which the Government is responsible. 



George L. Morfitt, FCA 


Auditor General 


Victoria, British Columbia 
August 16, 1993 


Auditor General of British Columbia 


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G 5 


Statement of Responsibility for 
Government Financial Statements 


Responsibility for the integrity and objectivity of the government's financial statements rests with the government. The financial statements 
are prepared by the Comptroller General under the direction of the Treasury Board, pursuant to section 8(2) of the Financial Administration 
Act, in accordance with the government's stated accounting policies. Each financial statement covers the fiscal year of the government, which 
is from April 1 to March 31 of the following year. 

To fulfill its accounting and reporting responsibilities, the government maintains systems of financial management and internal control 
which give due consideration to costs, benefits and risks, and which are designed to provide reasonable assurance that transactions are properly 
authorized by the Legislative Assembly, are executed in accordance with prescribed regulations, are properly recorded so as to maintain 
accountability of public money and safeguard the assets and properties of the Province of British Columbia under government administration. 
The Comptroller General of British Columbia maintains the accounts of British Columbia, a centralized record of the government's financial 
transactions, and obtains additional information as required from ministries, agencies and Crown corporations to meet accounting and 
reporting requirements. 

The Auditor General of British Columbia provides an independent opinion on the financial statements prepared by the government. The 
duties of the Auditor General inthat respect are contained in section 7 ofth e Auditor General Act. 

Annually, the financial statements are tabled in the Legislature as a part of the Public Accounts, and are referred to the Standing Committee 
on Public Accounts of the Legislative Assembly. The Standing Committee on Public Accounts reports to the Legislative Assembly on the results 
of its examination together with any recommendations it may have with respect to the financial statements and accompanying audit opinions. 


Approved on behalf of the Ministry of Finance and Corporate Relations: 



MICHAEL COSTELLO 


Deputy Minister of Finance and 
Corporate Relations 




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Consolidated Revenue Fund BaEance Sheet 
as at March 31, 1993 


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Assets 

Cash and temporary investments 

Accounts receivable 

Inventories 

Amounts due from other governments 

Investments in and amounts due from Crown corporations and agencies 

Loans, advances and other investments 

Mortgages receivable 

Fiscal Agency Loan Program 

Other assets 

Liabilities and Net Equity (Deficiency) 

Liabilities: 

Accounts payable and accrued liabilities 

Amounts due to other governments 

Due to Crown corporations, agencies and funds 

Deferred revenue 

Public debt, used for government operating purposes 

Public debt, used for Fiscal Agency Loan Program 

Net equity (deficiency) 


Physical assets 

Contingencies and commitments 


Note 

In Millions 

1993 

1992 


$ 

$ 

2 

90 

(3) 

3 

1,250 

1,075 

4 

47 

48 

5 

102 

86 

6 

724 

537 

7 

766 

691 

8 

142 

136 

9 

9,508 

7,61 3 

10 

65 

33 


12,694 

10,216 


11 

1,981 

1,740 

12 

84 

105 

13 

67 

182 

14 

307 

311 

15 

8,970 

6,610 

16 

9,488 

7,594 


20,897 

16,542 

17 

(8,203) 

(6,326) 


12,694 

10,216 


18 

19 


The accompanying notes and supplementary statements are an integral part of these financial statements. 


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Consolidated Revenue Fund 
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 


Revenue 

Taxation 

Natural resources 

Fees and licences 

Investment earnings 

British Columbia Endowment Fund (Note 20) 

Privatization Benefits Fund (Note 20) 

Miscellaneous 

Contributions from government organizations and enterprises 

Contributions from the federal government 

Cross revenue 


Expenditure 

Health 

Social services 

Education 

Protection of persons and property 

Transportation 

Natural resources and economic development 

Other 

General government 

Debt servicing 

Total operating expenditure (Note 21 ) 

Net Operating Revenue (Expenditure) for the Year 


1993 

In Millions 

1992 

Estimated 

Actual 

Actual 

$ 

$ 

$ 

10,363 

9,659 

9,268 

1,228 

1,245 

1,101 

1,564 

1,544 

1,467 

101 

123 

132 

33 

47 

52 

170 

170 

194 

667 

791 

482 

2,065 

2,504 

2,103 

16,191 

16,083 

14,799 


5,974 

6,003 

5,618 

2,354 

2,366 

1,998 

4,849 

4,804 

4,523 

834 

904 

809 

1,109 

1,078 

1,262 

1,131 

1,157 

1,380 

705 

591 

573 

229 

244 

348 

795 

813 

643 

17,980 

17,960 

17,154 

(1,789) 

(1,877) 

(2,355) 


1 Debt servicing does not include interest of $787,369,252 (1 992: $699,240,228) on borrowings to finance the Fiscal Agency Loan Program as the interest 
revenue and expenditure are offsetting. 

The accompanying notes and supplementary statements are an integral part of these financial statements. 


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Consolidated Revenue Fund 

Statement of Changes in Cash and Temporary Investments 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 


Operating T ransactions 

Net operating revenue.(expenditure) for the year 

Non-cash items included in net expenditure: 

Public debt issues/discounts (decreases) increases 

Concessionary loans adjustments increases 

Provision for doubtful accounts increases 

Other under $1 5 million 

Accounts receivable (increases) 

Due from other governments (increases) 

Due from Crown corporations decreases (increases) 

Accounts payable increases 

Due to other governments (decreases) 

Due to Crown corporations (decreases) 

Cash items applicable to future operations increases (decreases) 
Cash (used for) operations 

Investment T ransactions 

Loans, advances and other investments repayments (issues) 

Mortgages receivable repayments (issues) 

Divestment of (investments in) Crown corporations 

Cash derived from (used for) investments 

Total financial (requirements) 


Financing Transactions 1 

Increase in Public Debt 

Used for Fiscal Agency Loan Program 

Cash derived from financing 

Increase (decrease) in cash and temporary investments 

Balance — beginning of year 

Balance — end of year 


In Millions 

1993 1992 


Receipts 

Disburse- 

Net 

Net 

$ 

ments 

$ 

$ 


$ 




(1,877) 

(2,355) 


21 

(52) 


26 

24 


38 

211 


(22) 

(2) 


(200) 

(83) 


(16) 

(22) 


(197) 

92 


241 

278 


(21) 

(92) 


(115) 

(48) 


(17) 

24 


(2,139) 

(2,025) 


18 

133 

(115) 

15 

9 

1 

8 

5 

7 


7 

(10) 

34 

134 

(100) 

10 



(2,239) 

(2,015) 


22,553 

18,323 

4,230 

3,335 

(15,230) 

(13,332) 

(1,898) 

(1,448) 

7,323 

4,991 

2,332 

1,887 



93 

(128) 



(3) 

125 



90 

( 3 ) 


financing transaction receipts are from debt issues and disbursements are for debt repayments. 

The accompanying notes and supplementary statements are an integral part of these financial statements. 


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Notes to Consolidated Revenue Fund Financial Statements 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 

1 . Significant Accounting Policies 

(a) Reporting Entity 

These financial statements include the transactions and balances of the General Fund and Special Funds which combined are known as 
the Consolidated Revenue Fund. Separate summary financial statements of the government are prepared which include the financial activities 
of the Consolidated. Revenue Fund and government organizations and enterprises. (See Summary Financial Statements in volume 1 of the Public 
Accounts.) 

For purposes of these financial statements, the General and Special Funds of the government are presented as one Consolidated Revenue 
Fund, which is comprised of: 

• General Fund-^includes all transactions and balances of the government not otherwise earmarked by legislative action, 
including those of the Queen's Printer and the Purchasing Commission, special accounts and other statutory spending 
authorities; and 

• Special Funds— amounts set aside from the General Fund by special disposition of the Legislature. 

(b) ,, Principles dp Combination 

The accounts of the General Fund are combined with the Special Funds after adjusting them to conform with the accounting policies as 
described below. Inter-fund revenue and expenditure transactions are eliminated upon combination. 

(c) Basis of Accounting and Specific Policies 

The government's Consolidated Revenue Fund financial statements are prepared in accordance with the accounting policies described 
below and on a basis consistent with that of the preceding year. 

Basis of Accounting 

The accrual basis of accounting is used, which is specifically expressed as follows: 

Revenue 

All revenues are recorded on an accrual basis except where the accruals cannot be determined with a reasonable degree of certainty 
or where their estimation is impracticable. The exceptions, which normally relate to certain payments to the province under the 
Federal-Provincial Fiscal Arrangements and Federal Post-Secondary Education and Health Contributions Act, 1977, are recorded on a 
cash basis. Revenues from government enterprises are recognized when cash transfers are received or when dividends are declared. 

Expenditure 

All expenditures, including the cost of fixed assets, are recorded for goods and services received during the year. Grants (which 
include forgivable loans) are recorded as expenditures when disbursement of the funds has been authorized. Contributions are recorded 
as expenditures at the earlier of: 

(F) the date payment has been authorized; or, 

. ' (ii) the date on which performance conditions are achieved by the recipient under provisions of a statute, contract or agreement. 

Authorized contributions relating to retroactive wage settlements are recorded as an expenditure of the period during which the 
' services were provided. 

Recoveries of expenditure may be recorded as a credit to the appropriate expenditure account when: 

(i) they can be specifically identified with the expenditure transactions and payment has actually been made from an appropriation; 
. (iif provision for them has been approved through the Estimates; and 
(iii) the expenditure to which they relate was incurred in the same fiscal year. 

, Tax credits/offsets are accrued on the same basis as the associated tax revenues. 

Assets 

All assets are recorded to the extent that they represent cash and claims upon outside parties or items held for resale to outside parties 
as a result of events and transactions prior to the year-end. Rental payments for leases which transfer the benefits and risks incident to the 
ownership of certain assets, not including special purpose buildings, are reported as expenditures at the dates of inception of the leases. 

Liabilities 

All liabilities are recorded to the extent that they represent claims payable to outside parties as a resu It of events and transactions prior 
to the year-end, including: probable losses on loan guarantees issued by the government; contingent liabilities when it is likely a liability 
exists and the amount of the liability can be reasonably determined on an individual or portfolio basis; and, unfunded pension liabilities 
calculated using the Level Contribution Funding Actuarial Cost Method. 

Changes in the unfunded liability for pension plans which arise as a result of estimation adjustments due to experience gains and 
losses and changes in actuarial assumptions are amortized over expected average remaining service life of the related employee group. 
Gains or losses arising as a result of plan amendments are recognized in full in the year of amendment. 


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Foreign Currency Translation 

Monetary assets and liabilities denominated in foreign currencies are translated to Canadian dollars at the exchange rate prevailing 
at the year-end, and foreign currency transactions are translated at the exchange rate prevailing at the date of the transaction unless hedged 
by forward contracts which specify the rate of exchange. Adjustments to revenue or expenditure transactions arising as a result of foreign 
currency translation are credited or charged to operations at the time the adjustments arise. Unrealized foreign currency gains and losses 
on long-term, fixed-term monetary assets and liabilities are reported as deferred charges and amortized over the remaining terms of the 
related items on a straight line basis. 

Non-monetary assets and liabilities are translated at historical rates of exchange. 

Concessionary Loans and Mortgages 

Loans and mortgages that are made at a rate of interest below the government's borrowing rate for an equivalent term are considered 
concessionary. 

Concessionary loans and mortgages are recorded at their net present value (net of grant component) less any provision required for 
doubtful collection. Present value discounts are recorded as grant expenditures. 

Principal repayments of concessionary loans and mortgages will first be applied to the reduced loan or mortgage balance (net present 
value) and then recorded as revenue (recovery of a grant) when received. 

Valuation Allowances 

Valuation allowances, such as provisions for doubtful accounts and provisions for reduction in value of investments, are included as 
expenditures on the statement of revenue and expenditure. Personal, corporate income and property tax are recorded net of tax credits 
and adjustments which are based upon revised assessments of actual tax revenue of previous taxation years. Tax credits and adjustments 
are not considered valuation allowances. 

Specific Policies 

Cash and Temporary Investments 

Cash balances are shown after deducting outstanding cheques issued prior to the year-end. Cheques issued subsequent to the 
year-end relating to the previous year are included in accounts payable. 

Temporary investments include short-term investments recorded at the lower of cost or market value. Temporary investments consist 
mainly of units in the Province of British Columbia Pooled Investment Portfolio money market funds. Units are carried at the lower of cost 
of acquisition adjusted by income attributed to the units, or market value. 

Accounts Receivable 

All amounts receivable (including any trade receivables from government organizations and enterprises) at the year-end for work 
performed, goods supplied or services rendered are recorded as revenue or recoveries of the fiscal year. Valuation allowances are provided 
where collectibility is considered doubtful. 

Inventories 

Inventories comprise items held for resale and are recorded at the lower of cost or net realizable value. Inventories of supplies are 
charged to the respective programs when the cost is incurred. 

Property underdevelopment, which will eventually be sold to outside parties, is recorded at the lower of cost or net realizable value. 
Amounts Due From Other Governments 

Amounts due from other governments include loans and advances outstanding at the year-end. 

Investments In and Amounts Due From Crown Corporations and Agencies 

Investments in and amounts due represent long-term investments and amounts due, other than trade receivables, and are recorded 
at cost unless significant prolonged impairment in value has occurred, in which case they are written down to recognize this loss in value. 
If, in periods subsequent to recognizing this impairment, the value of the investment is restored, the investment is written up to the lesser 
of restored value or original cost. 

Loans, Advances and Other Investments 

Loans, advances and other investments are recorded at cost less adjustment for any prolonged impairment in value. 

Mortgages Receivable 

Mortgages receivable are secured by real estate and are repayable over periods ranging up to thirty years. Valuation allowances are 
made where collectibility is considered doubtful. 

Fiscal Agency Loan Program 

Fiscal Agency Loan Program consists of loans made to government bodies, and cash and temporary investments set aside for the 
specific purpose of loaning to government bodies. Loans are recorded at maturity value less unamortized discounts and sinking fund 
balances. Discounts are amortized on an effective yield basis. These loans are recorded as assets even if they are only recoverable through 
future appropriations of the government. 


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Other Assets 

Other assets include prepaid program costs. Prepaid program costs represent expenditures made during the fiscal year for work to be 
performed, goods to be supplied, services to be rendered or contractual obligations to be fulfilled by outside parties in a subsequent fiscal 
year. These costs also include inventories of operating materials held in the Purchasing Commission and Queen's Printer warehouses 
pending distribution in a subsequent fiscal year. 

Also included in other assets are certain deferred charges. 

Physical Assets 

Disbursements for physical assets are recorded as expenditures in the year the assets are received. Consistent with the reporting of 
physical assets as expenditures, highways, bridges, wharves, ferries and ferry landings, buildings, office equipment, furniture, automobiles 
and Crown land comprised of parks, forests and all other publicly held land by the province, not including property under development, 
are recorded at a nominal value of $1 . 

Accounts Payable and Accrued Liabilities 

All amounts payable (including any trade payables to government organizations and enterprises) for work performed, goods supplied, 
services known to have been rendered or for charges incurred in accordance with the terms of a contract are recorded as part of the 
expenditures of the fiscal year. 

Amounts Due to Other Governments 

Amounts due to other governments represent liabilities incurred due to advances and loans from other governments. 

Due to Crown Corporations, Agencies and Funds 

Amounts due to Crown corporations, agencies and funds represent liabilities incurred, other than trade payables, which are payable 
in the following year. 

Deferred Revenue 

Deferred revenue represents amounts received or receivable prior to the year-end relating to revenue that will be earned in 
subsequent fiscal years. 

Public Debt 

Public debt represents direct debt obligations for the purposes of the Government of British Columbia and the Fiscal Agency Loan 
Program. These obligations are recorded at principal less unamortized discounts and sinking fund balances where applicable. Discounts 
are amortized on an effective yield basis. 

Guaranteed Debt 

Guaranteed debt represents that debt of municipal ities and other local governments, private enterprises and individuals, and debt and 
minority interests of provincial Crown corporations, which has been explicitly guaranteed or indemnified by the government, under the 
authority of a statute, as to net principal or redemption provisions. Valuation allowances are made where probable losses can be 
reasonably estimated. 

A valuation allowance provision is established representing the probable losses on loan guarantees issued by the government. The 
amount of the provision is determined by the loss experience of the guarantee program and is sufficient to meet the expected payout of the 
guarantee to the lender. The provision is recorded as an expense in the year the guarantee is issued and is adjusted as necessary to ensure 
it equals the expected payout of the guarantee. 

Commitments 

Commitments represent future obligations of the government for capital contracts and extraordinary program commitments, to the 
extent of contracts and agreements in place at the year-end. 


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Notes to Consolidated Revenue Fund Financial Statements 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 

In Millions 

1993 1992 

$ $ 

(157) (132) 

247 129 

90 ( 3 ) 


Other than statutory requirements or administrative policies which specifically provide for the maintenance of separate bank accounts, 
such as the Fiscal Agency Loan Program and the British Columbia Endowment Fund amounts, the government's cash balances and temporary 
investments are held in General Fund bank and investment accounts. 


3. Accounts Receivable 

In Millions 



1993 

1992 


$ 

$ 

Taxes receivable 

954 

836 

Ministerial accounts receivable 

218 

193 

Accrued interest 

194 

160 

Crown corporations and agencies 

24 

21 


1,390 

1,210 

Less provision for doubtful accounts 

(140) 

(135) 


1,250 

1,075 

4. Inventories 

In Millions 



1993 

1992 


$ 

$ 

Property under development 

46 

47 

Ministerial inventories 

1 

1 


47 

48 

5. Amounts Due From Other Governments 

In Millions 



1993 

1992 


$ 

$ 

Government of Canada: 



Current 

86 

66 

Provincial governments: 



Current 

14 

15 

Local governments: 1 



Current 

2 

5 


102 86 


2. Cash and Temporary Investments 


Cash (cheques issued in excess of funds on deposit) 

Temporary investments 

Units in Province of British Columbia Pooled Investment Portfolios 


1 Local governments are municipal units established by the provincial government. They include regional and metropolitan municipalities, 
cities, towns, townships, districts, rural municipalities and villages. 


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Notes to Consolidated Revenue Fund Financial Statements 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 — Continued 


6. Investments In and Amounts Due From 

Crown Corporations and Agencies In Millions 



1993 


1992 

Investments 

Amounts Due 

Total 

Total 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 


B.C. Pavilion Corporation 

154 


154 

157 

British Columbia Buildings Corporation 


17 

17 

12 

British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority 


237 

237 

8 

British Columbia Lottery Corporation 


9 

9 

21 

British Columbia Railway Company 

258 


258 

268 

British Columbia Regional Hospital Districts Financing Authority 




3 

British Columbia School Districts Capital Financing Authority 




7 

British Columbia Systems Corporation 




5 

Provincial Rental Housing Corporation 

1 

48 

49 

56 


413 

311 

724 

537 


Definitions 

The entire issued capital stock of each of the Crown corporations recorded under investments is owned by the province. A number of other 
Crown corporations and agencies exist for which the province has either no recorded investment, or an investment of less than one million 
dollars. 

Amounts due represent long-term notes and debentures of Crown corporations and agencies held by the province, in addition to 
recoverable advances due to the province. 


7. Loans, Advances and Other Investments 1 


Agricultural Land Development Act 

British Columbia Endowment Fund Act 

Crop Insurance Stabilization Act 

Development Corporation Act 

Downtown Revitalization Act 

Financial Administration Act 

Homeowner Assistance Act 

Industrial Development Fund Act 

Industrial Development Incentive Act 

Low Interest Loan Agreement Revolving Fund Act. 

Ministry of Lands, Parks and Housing Act 

Natural Resource Community Fund Act 

Privatization Benefits Fund Act 

Vancouver Island Natural Gas Pipeline Act 

Other 

Less provision for doubtful accounts 


In Millions 


1993 

1992 

$ 

$ 

9 

9 

535 


14 

15 

117 

114 

8 

9 

46 

37 

3 

4 

6 

20 

165 

158 

2 

4 


1 

19 

512 

15 

7 

96 

55 

1,035 

945 

(269) 

(254) 

766 

691 


’The act reference in this section is that under which the loan program was established. 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


G 15 


Notes to Consolidated Revenue Fund Financial Statements 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 — Continued 


8. Mortgages Receivable In Millions 

1993 1992 

$ $ 

Crown Land — pursuant to the Ministry of Lands, Parks and Housing Act 14 17 

False Creek land sale 

Note receivable 118 106 

Public participation funding agreement 7 7 

Provincial Regional Housing Corporation 1 

Provincial Home Acquisition — pursuant to the Provincial Home Acquisition Act , Home Purchase Assistance 

Act, and the Home Conversion and Leasehold Loan Act 37 41 

176 172 

Less provision for doubtful accounts (34) (36) 

142 136 


9. Fiscal Agency Loan Program in Millions 

1993 1992 

Amounts recoverable substantially from future grant appropriations: $ $ 

B.C. Pavilion Corporation 6 

British Columbia Educational Institutions Capital Financing Authority 498 315 

British Columbia Regional Hospital Districts Financing Authority 555 41 7 

British Columbia School Districts Capital Financing Authority 919 592 

British Columbia Transit 1,142 1,087 

Capital Project Certificate of Approval Program 367 250 

Cariboo College 7 

Improvement Districts 3 2 

Okanagan College 8 

Selkirk College 2 2 

Simon Fraser University 20 7 

Thompson-Nicola District 1 1 

University of British Columbia 77 62 

University of Victoria 4 4 

3,603 2,745 

Amounts recoverable from sources other than future grant appropriations: 

British Columbia Assessment Authority 5 8 

British Columbia Buildings Corporation 464 402 

British Columbia Ferry Corporation 300 149 

British Columbia Housing Management Commission 9 

British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority 4,756 4,077 

British Columbia Railway Company 93 48 

British Columbia Systems Corporation 14 14 

Greater Vancouver Sewerage and Drainage District 162 94 

Greater Vancouver Water District 102 70 

W.L.C. Developments Ltd 6 

5,905 4,868 

9,508 7,613 


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Notes to Consolidated Revenue Fund Financial Statements 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 — Continued 


1 0. Other Assets 


Prepaid program costs — ministerial prepayments. 
Deferred charges 


In Millions 


1 1 . Accounts Payable and Accrued Liabilities 


Ministry trade accounts and other liabilities . 

Accrued interest on public debt 

Accrued employee leave entitlements 

Provision for guaranteed debt payout 

Other accrued liabilities 1 

Accrued pension liabilities 2 


1 1ncludes pending litigation, provision for clean up of Expo land site and other miscellaneous contingent liabilities. 
2 This is an estimate of public service pension liability based on actuarial assumptions of future inflation rates, inte 
March 31 , 1 990, and also includes an estimated amount to cover M.L.A. pensions. 

12. Amounts Due to Other Governments 


Government of Canada: 

Current 

Local governments: 1 
Current 


1993 

1992 

$ 

$ 

17 

10 

48 

23 

65 

33 

In Millions 


1993 

1992 

$ 

$ 

807 

743 

451 

302 

116 

106 

43 

44 

119 

100 

445 

445 

1,981 

1,740 

es and wage increases made as 

In Millions 


1993 

1992 

$ 

$ 

35 

74 

49 

31 

84 

105 


’Local governments are municipal units established by the provincial government. They include regional and metropolitan municipalities, cities, towns, 
townships, districts, rural municipalities and villages. 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


G 17 


Notes to Consolidated Revenue Fund Financial Statements 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 — Continued 


1 3. Due to Crown Corporations, Agencies and Funds in Millions 

1993 1992 

$ $ 

Trust Funds 29 18 

British Columbia Colleges and Institutes 19 17 

British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority 1 0 

British Columbia Liquor Distribution Branch 2 

British Columbia Transit 4 4 

Medical Services Commission of British Columbia 1 1 9 

Simon Fraser University 3 

University of British Columbia 15 7 

University of Victoria 2 

67 182 


14. Deferred Revenue In Millions 

1993 1992 

$ $ 

Motor vehicle licences and permits 97 91 

Water rentals and recording fees 74 74 

Petroleum, natural gas and minerals, leases and fees 21 21 

Medical Services Plan premiums 53 56 

Miscellaneous 62 69 


307 


311 


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Notes to Consolidated Revenue Fund Financial Statements 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 — Continued 

15. Public Debt, Used for Government Operating Purposes 





In Millions 

1993 



1992 



U.S. 


Weighted 


Weighted 


Canadian 

Dollar 

Total 

Average 

Total 

Average 

Year of 

Dollar 

Debt 

Canadian 

Coupon Rate 

Canadian 

Coupon Rate 

Maturity 

Debt 

(CDN $) 

Dollars 

Percent 

Dollars 

Percent 


$ 

$ 

$ 


$ 



Short-term promissory notes 

1992-1993 





775 



1993-1994 

149 

67 

216 


6 




149 

67 

216 


781 


Treasury bills 

1992-1993 





780 



1993-1994 

780 


780 






780 


780 


780 


Notes, bonds and debentures 

1992-1993 





269 

7.98 


1993-1994 

344 

1 

345 

9.36 

395 

9.88 


1 994-1 995 

471 

13 

484 

8.74 

444 

9.53 


1 995-1 996 

1,396 

1 

1,397 

7.68 

611 

10.79 


1 996-1 997 

890 

4 

894 

9.28 

879 

9.31 


1997-1998 

926 


926 

8.01 

176 

9.64 


1 998-2003 

2,809 

931 

3,740 

9.47 

2,452 

10.34 


2003-2008 

63 


63 

11.45 

63 

11.45 


2008-201 3 

710 


710 

9.65 

446 

9.74 


2013-2018 

42 


42 

8.49 




2018-2023 

445 


445 

9.34 





8,096 

950 

9,046 

9.00 

5,735 

9.97 

Total debt issued at face value 


9,025 

1,017 

1 0,042 


7,296 


Less: 








Sinking funds 




(891) 


(541) 






9,151 


6,755 


Unamortized discount 




. (1 66) 


(140) 






8,985 


6,615 


Amount held in the Consolidated Revenue Fund 



(15) 


(5) 






8,970 


6,610 



Promissory notes outstanding at March 31 , 1 993 mature at various dates to July 2, 1 993 at an annual average interest rate of 6. 23%. During 
the year, $1 .3 billion in notes were issued at interest rates which varied between 4.88% and 8.20%. 

Treasury bills outstanding at March 31, 1 993 mature at various dates to September 29, 1 993 at an annual average interest rate of 6.45%. 
During the year, $2.4 billion in Treasury bills were issued at interest rates which varied between 4.53% and 8.70%. 

The province had 85 series of notes and bonds outstanding at March 31,1 993. 

Included in notes and bonds payable in Canadian currency are Japanese Yen notes totalling 14.4 billion Yen (1992: 26.2 billion Yen) which 
have been fully hedged to $ 1 1 6.7 million Canadian (1 992: $1 94.2 million Canadian) through currency exchange agreements, and U.S. dollar notes 
totalling $300 million (1 992: nil) which have been fully hedged to $365.6 million (1992: nil) through currency exchange agreements. 

The province holds $15 million (1 992: $5 million) of the bonds issued and outstanding at March 31 , 1 993. These have been eliminated 
from the balance sheet for reporting purposes. 

The aggregate amounts of payments estimated to be required in each of the next five fiscal years to meet sinking fund and retirement 
provisions are: 

In Millions 

Canadian Funds U.S. Funds 
$ $ 


1994 358 17 

1995 599 24 

1996 1424 17 

1997 776 20 

1998 874 16 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


G 19 


Notes to Consolidated Revenue Fund Financial Statements 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 — Continued 

15. Public Debt, Used for Government Operating Purposes — Continued 

Under interest rate swap agreements relating to long and medium term debt with fixed rates, the fixed rate debt service payments are 
exchanged for variable rate payments for some of the notes, bonds and debentures. At March 31, 1 993, $450 million (1 992: nil) in Canadian 
dollar debt principal was subject to interest rate swaps. The agreements, which relate to 3 separate bond issues, mature at various dates up to 
January 9, 2002. Interest rate differentials range from 1 .25% to 2.1 48%. 

Under interest rate swap agreements relating to short term debt, variable rate debt service payments are exchanged for fixed rate payments 
for some of the shortterm promissory notes. At March 31,1 993, $85 million (1 992: $45 million) in Canadian dollar debt principal was subject 
to interest rate swaps. The agreements mature at various dates up to February 1 9, 2001 . Interest rate differentials range from 4.726% to 5.1 66%. 


16. Public Debt, Used for Fiscal Agency Loan Program 


In Millions 

1993 1992 





U.S. 


Weighted 


Weighted 



Canadian 

Dollar 

Total 

Average 

Total 

Average 


Year of 

Dollar 

Debt 

Canadian 

Coupon Rate 

Canadian 

Coupon Rate 


Maturity 

Debt 

(CDN $) 

Dollars 

Percent 

Dollars 

Percent 



$ 

$ 

$ 


$ 


Short-term promissory notes 

1992-1993 





2,357 



1993-1994 

1,317 

1,055 

2,372 






1,317 

1,055 

2,372 


2,357 


Notes, bonds and debentures 

1992-1993 





104 

9.73 


1993-1994 

795 


795 

11.36 

778 

11.61 


1994-1995 

303 


303 

9.16 

293 

9.28 


1995-1996 

41 


41 

10.02 

41 

10.02 


1996-1997 

160 


160 

9.33 

160 

9.33 


1997-1998 

469 


469 

8.55 

158 

10.25 


1 998-2003 

1,364 

442 

1,806 

9.15 

1,118 

9.92 


2003-2008 

715 


715 

11.28 

715 

11.28 


2008-2013 

1,969 


1,969 

10.11 

1,712 

10.22 


2013-2018 

608 


608 

8.50 




201 8-2023 

905 


905 

10.06 

600 

10.60 



7,329 

442 

7,771 

9.84 

5,679 

10.44 

Total debt issued at face value 


8,646 

1,497 

10,143 


8,036 


Less: 








Sinking funds 




(541) 


(365) 






9,602 


7,671 


Unamortized discount 




(92) 


(57) 






9,510 


7,614 


Amount held in the Consolidated Revenue Fund ... 



(22) 


(20) 






9,488 


7,594 



Promissory notes outstanding at March 31,1 993 mature at various dates to November 1 9, 1 993 at an annual average interest rate of 5.04%. 
During the year, $1 3.2 billion in notes were issued at interest rates which varied between 3.65% and 8.99%. 

The province had 91 issues of notes, bonds and debentures outstanding at March 31 , 1 993. 

Included in notes, bonds and debentures payable in Canadian currency are Japanese Yen notes totalling 4.9 billion Yen (1 992: 8.0 billion 
Yen) which have been fully hedged to $33.4 million Canadian (1 992: $53.3 million Canadian) and U.S. dollar notes totalling $70 million 
(1 992: nil) which have been fully hedged to $89.6 million Canadian (1 992: nil) through foreign currency exchange agreements. 

The province holds $22 million (1 992: $20 million) of the bonds issued and outstanding at March 31,1 993. These have been eliminated 
from the balance sheet for reporting purposes. 


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Notes to Consolidated Revenue Fund Financial Statements 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 — Continued 


16. Public Debt, Used for Fiscal Agency Loan Program — Continued 


The aggregate amounts of payments estimated to be required in each of the next five fiscal years to meet sinking fund and retirement 


provisions are: 


In Millions 

Canadian Funds U.S. Funds 


$ $ 

1994 893 4 

1995 368 4 

1996 137 4 

1997 228 4 

1998 461 4 


Under interest rate swap agreements relating to long and medium term debt with fixed rates, the fixed rate debt service payments are 
exchanged for variable rate payments for some of the notes, bonds and debentures. For long and medium term debt with variable rates, the 
variable rate debt servicing payments are exchanged for variable rate payments calculated on a different basis. At March 31, 1993, $800 million 
(1 992: $1,050 million) in Canadian dollar debt principal and $100 million (1992: nil) in U.S. dollar debt principal was subject to interest rate 
swaps. The agreements, which relate to five separate bond issues, mature at various dates up to February 5, 2003. Interest rate differentials range 
from 0.714% to 6.704%. Subsequent to March 31, 1993, two interest swap agreements totalling $275 million were closed out and buyout 
payments totalling $6.4 million were received. 

Under interest rate swap agreements relating to short term debt, variable rate debt service payments are exchanged for fixed rate payments 
for some of the short term promissory notes. At March 31 , 1 993, $205 million (1 992: nil) in U.S. dollar debt principal was subject to interest 
rate swaps. The agreements mature at various dates up to August 1 9, 2002. Interest rate differentials range from 3.28% to 3.91 5%. 

Included in notes, bonds, and debentures are Canada Pension Plan debentures totalling $2.0 billion at March 31 , 1 993. They mature at 
various dates to July 1 0, 201 2, at an average interest rate of 1 0.52%. During the year, $222.6 million in debentures were issued at interest rates 
which varied between 9.1 7% and 9.45%. 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


G 21 


Notes to Consolidated Revenue Fund Financial Statements 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 — Continued 


17. Net Equity (Deficiency) In Millions 

1993 1992 

$ $ 

Net equity (deficiency) — beginning of year (6,326) (3,971) 

Net revenue (expenditure) for the year ) (1,877) (2,355) 

Net equity (deficiency) — end of year ( 8 , 203 ) ( 6 , 326 ) 


1 8. Physical Assets 

Physical assets are recorded as expenditures in the year they are received. Expenditures for physical assets are classified in the books of the 
province as "Asset Acquisitions." An estimate of the value of the acquired physical assets, along with applicable depreciation, can be found on 
H1 1 of the Supplementary Schedules to the Financial Statements section in this volume. 


19. Contingencies and Commitments 

(a) Guaranteed Debt 

Guaranteed debt as at March 31 , 1 993 totalled $4.8 billion (1 992: $5.7 billion). See Statement of Guaranteed Debt on G29 for details. 

(b) Contingent Liabilities 

(i) Pending litigation 

The government is a defendant in legal actions which may give rise to future liabilities. Contingent liabilities are accrued in the 
financial statements when it is likely that a liability exists and the amount of the liability can be reasonably estimated on an individual 
or portfolio basis. 

The government has a contingent liability in respect of the following summary of cases where the estimated or known claim is 
or exceeds $1 00,000 and is net of amounts accrued in the public accounts: 

• claims of $72.4 million in expropriation disputes; 

• claims of $33.1 million have been made regarding contract disputes; 

• claims totalling $30.0 million for alleged expropriation of mineral claims; 

• claims of $20.6 million have been made regarding construction disputes; 

• claims of $18.0 million for alleged negligent design, construction or maintenance of roads; 

• claims of $1 2.5 million against Securities Commission by investors in debt securities; 

• claims of $7.9 million have been made regarding motor vehicle accidents; 

• various legal actions totalling $7.8 million representing claims for damages to persons and property or other miscellaneous 
claims; and 

• various claims totalling $4.5 million against assessments for motive fuel, hotel room, logging, mining, corporation capital and 
property purchase taxes. 

(ii) Other contingent liabilities 

The government also has contingent liabilities in the form of indemnities, indirect guarantees and outstanding claims. Where 
indemnities are for explicit quantifiable loans, the amounts are included in the statement of guaranteed debt. 

Under the Criminal Injury Compensation Act, the province is responsible for providing compensation to victims of crime in 
British Columbia, for offences described in the Act. 

(iii) Aboriginal Land Claims 

The absence of treaties relating to most of the territory constituting British Columbia has resulted in a number of outstanding 
aboriginal land claims across British Columbia. Some of these claims have resulted in litigation but most have simply been submitted 
to governments for negotiation. The province's position on these claims is that, although the province recognizes aboriginal rights 
including the inherent right of aboriginal people to self-government, the precise location, scope, and content of these rights should 
be established not through litigation, but by means of tripartite negotiations involving the federal and provincial governments and 
aboriginal groups. The province anticipates that these negotiations will result in modern day treaties defining the boundaries and 
nature of aboriginal lands and rights and ensure a more stable environment for resource development in British Columbia. 

Twenty-one tribal councils and bands have had comprehensive land claims accepted for negotiation by the Government of 
Canada. The claim of Nisga'a Tribal Council in the Nass Valley in northwestern British Columbia is the only claim under active 
negotiation, although both the federal and provincial governments are committed to engaging in multiple negotiations over the next 
several years. The British Columbia Treaty Commission has been established to facilitate these negotiations in the future. 


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Notes to Consolidated Revenue Fund Financial Statements 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 — Continued 

19. Contingencies and Commitments — Continued 

There is currently one major aboriginal rights case before the courts in British Columbia. It involves a claim by Hereditary Chiefs 
and the houses they represent to jurisdiction and control over approximately 5.5 million hectares located in mainly rural and 
wilderness areas of British Columbia. They also seek declarations which challenge the province's ownership and jurisdiction over the 
lands, mines, minerals, royalties, resources and all other matters within the claim area. They assert that the province's jurisdiction is 
subject to their right of ownership and further that the province cannot issue licenses or permits authorizing the use of any resources. 
They also seek damages from the province for wrongful appropriation and the use of the claim area. The claim was dismissed at trial 
on March 8, 1991. The trial judge held that all land-based aboriginal rights were lawfully extinguished in colonial times (pre 1871). 
The trial decision was appealed to the British Columbia Court of Appeal which rendered its judgment allowing the appeal in part on 
June 25, 1993. 

The Court of Appeal dismissed the plaintiffs' claims of ownership and jurisdiction, but held that aboriginal rights had not been 
extinguished as a result of colonial legislation or actions of either the provincial or federal governments before or since 1 871 (when 
British Columbia entered Confederation). The court held that because of the division of powers in the Constitution Act, 1867, the 
province was constitutionally incompetent to extinguish aboriginal rights after 1871, and could only legitimately displace or suspend 
such rights under section 88 of the Indian Act( Canada), which came into force in 1 951 . 

While the Court of Appeal dismissed the plaintiff's claim for damages because it was based on their assertion of ownership and 
jurisdiction, the court left open the possibility of other claims for damages or other remedies associated with provincial interference 
with aboriginal rights, particularly between 1 871 and 1951. However, the court also indicated that the validity of Crown grants and 
resource tenures issued before 1982 (when the then existing aboriginal and treaty rights of aboriginal peoples became constitutionally 
recognized and affirmed under the Constitution Act, 1982) could not now be called into question. Since 1982 any government 
interference with then existing aboriginal rights must be justified (in accordance with a test previously established by the Supreme 
Court of Canada) by the government authority so interfering. 

Aboriginal rights were not specifically defined by the Court of Appeal other than as activities relating to use and occupation of 
land that an organized aboriginal society regarded as an integral part of their distinctive culture at the time of the declaration of British 
sovereignty (1 846) over what is now British Columbia. However, the court did state that aboriginal rights are non-exclusive and are 
not necessarily incompatible with other types of land use. The court held that the precise scope, content and location of aboriginal 
rights and the reconciliation of those rights with other uses of lands and resources were left to be determined in trial proceedings 
properly framed to deal with those issues. However, the court also indicated throughout the judgment that those issues were "ripe for 
negotiation" and encouraged the parties to negotiate their differences. 

The deadline for filing an appeal in this case to the Supreme Court of Canada is October 25, 1 993. As at September 1 0, 1993, 
neither party has appealed or publicly announced an intention to appeal. 

Seven other cases involving aboriginal rights issues were also recently decided by the Court of Appeal. These cases can be 
categorized as follows: 

• hunting cases wherein an aboriginal right to hunt for sustenance and ceremonial purposes was held to exist and consequently 
certain Provincial statutory provisions were held to be inoperative in their application to aboriginal peoples; 

• commercial fishing cases wherein the aboriginal right to fish for sustenance and ceremonial purposes was held not to extend 
to commercial fishing; and 

• fishing cases wherein the right of native bands to establish bylaws with respect to reserve lands was held not to extend to 
regulation of fishing on rivers running through reserves. 

No appeal has, at September 1 0, 1993, been taken by the parties with respect to any of those seven cases. The deadline for filing 
an appeal of those cases to the Supreme Court of Canada is also October 25, 1 993 . 

(c) Commitments 

At the end of each year, government has a number of commitments outstanding for capital contracts. Such future expenditures are charged 
to the appropriation in the year in which the work or service is performed. Year-end commitments for capital contracts totalled approximately 
$44 million (1 992: $63 million). 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


G 23 


Notes to Consolidated Revenue Fund Financial Statements 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 — Continued 


20. British Columbia Endowment Fund Revenue 

Disposition of assets during the year (net proceeds): 

British Columbia Enterprise Corporation 

British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority 

Highways maintenance 

Income from investments 3 


In Millions 


’Some balances from the previous year have been restated to reflect the changed presentation. 


21 . Expenditure by Group Account Classification 


Grants and contributions 

Salaries and benefits 

Operating costs 

Asset acquisitions 

Other 

Recoveries 

Total operating expenditure . 


Valuation allowances of $1 8 million (1 992: $211 million) are included in the "other" group account classification 


22. Expenses Due to Increases in Valuation Allowances 


Accounts receivable 

Investments in and amounts due from Crown corporations and agencies 

Loans, advances and other investments 

Mortgages receivable 


1993 

1 992 1 ' 2 

$ 

$ 

12 



1 

3 

15 

15 

16 

35 

38 

50 

54 

itish Columbia Endowment Func 

$2 million). 


In Millions 

1993 

1992 

$ 

$ 

13,565 

12,624 

1,645 

1,502 

1,735 

1,767 

290 

474 

1,863 

1,703 

(1,138) 

(916) 

1 7,960 

17,154 

ication. 


In Millions 

1993 

1992 

$ 

$ 

5 

54 


4 

15 

155 

(2) 

(2) 

18 

211 


These amounts are included in expenditure and represent the write down of assets in the above categories. 


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Notes to Consolidated Revenue Fund Financial Statements 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 — Continued 


23. Trust Funds 

Amounts held and administered by the government at the end of the fiscal year were comprised of the following: 

In Millions 

1993 1992 


$ $ 

Superannuation, Pension and Long-term Disability Funds 1,2 ' 4 

— administered by the Superannuation Commission 16,887 15,212 

Sinking funds 1,4 

— administered by the Provincial Treasury 4,175 3,873 

Defeased funds 3,4 

— administered by the Provincial Treasury 1,477 1,548 

Investment funds of Crown corporations and agencies 4 

— administered by the Provincial Treasury 375 468 

Public Trustee and Official Administrators 

— administered by government officials 411 387 

Supreme and County Court Rules (Suitors' Funds) 

— administered by the Courts 101 95 

Workers' Compensation Board of British Columbia 1,2,4 4,132 3,932 

Other trust funds 

— administered by various government officials 81 61 


27,639 25,576 


Trust funds include amounts held and administered in trust, over which the government has no power of appropriation. 

Cash and investments of the trust funds are managed or held by the Provincial Treasury, Ministry of Finance and Corporate Relations. 


’See the Trust Funds Financial Statements section of the Public Accounts for the latest audited financial statements of Superannuation and Pension Funds, the 
Workers' Compensation Board and most entities whose sinking funds are administered by the Provincial Treasury. 

2 The amounts for five of the Superannuation and Pension Funds totalling $1 6.9 billion (1 992: $1 5.2 billion) and for the Workers' Compensation Board of 
British Columbia, have been taken from these Funds' latest audited financial statements which have a different fiscal year-end than these financial statements. 

3 Defeased Trust Funds of $1,477,138,055 (1992: $1 ,547,579,039) represent investments set aside to repay outstanding term debts with a par value of 
$1,493,004,976 (1992: $1,603,363,094) and related interest payments. Accrued interest payable on term debts at March 31, 1993 totals $40,380,329 (1992: 
$39,194,904). These defeased debts have been removed from the balance sheet of government organizations and enterprises and are considered extinguished for 
financial reporting purposes. 

4 Some balances from the previous year have been restated to reflect the changed presentation or more current information. 


24. Comparatives 

Certain of the comparative figures for the previous year have been reclassified to conform with the current year's presentation. Net student 
loan balances due to the province of $1 million have been reclassified from "Other Assets" to "Loans, Advances and Other Investments." 

As a result of a legislative change that occurred July 24, 1 992, $99 million owed by the province to the Medical Services Commission at 
March 31,1 993 is not reflected as an amount due to a Crown corporation but is included in accounts payable under ministerial trade accounts 
and other liabilities. 

These reclassifications have had no effect on the operating results or fund balances as previously reported. 


25. Subsequent Events 

Subsequent to the year-end, the province announced that the entire Tatshenshini-Alsek region of north-western British Columbia would 
become a Class A (Wilderness) provincial park. The province further stated that tenure holders would be fairly compensated by the government. 


PUBLIC ACCOU NTS 1 992/93 


G 25 


Consolidated Revenue Fund Statement of Revenue by Source 
Comparison of Estimates to Actual 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 


Taxation Revenue 

Personal income 

Corporation income 

Social service 

Fuel 

Tobacco 

Property — residential (school purpose) 
Property — business (school purpose) ... 

Property — rural area 

Property transfer 

Corporation capital 

Insurance premium 

Hotel room 

Horse racing 

Total Taxation Revenue 


Natural Resource Revenue 

Petroleum and natural gas — 

Natural gas royalties 

Permits and fees 

Petroleum royalties 


Minerals 

Forests — 

Timber sales 

Small Business Forest Enterprise Program 

Logging tax 

Other forests revenue 


Other 

Water resources 

Wildlife Act — fees and licences 


Total Natural Resource Revenue 


Other Revenue 

Fees and licences — 

Medical Services Plan premiums 

Lottery proceeds 

Motor vehicle licences and permits 

Ministry of Attorney General fees 

Real estate earnings of the Crown Lands Special Account 

Coquihalla Highway tolls 

Corporate, personal property and manufactured home registry fees 

Ministry of Health fees 

Farm Income Assurance Fund Special Account 

Safety inspection fees 

Public Gaming licences and permits 

Provincial Treasury Operations Special Account 

Securities Commission Special Account 

Insurance and Risk Management Special Account 

Fire Services Act 


In Millions 

1993 

1992 

Estimated 

Actual 

Actual 

$ 

$ 

$ 

4,712 

4,018 

4,287 

602 

545 

577 

2,109 

2,085 

1,991 

585 

591 

539 

510 

483 

433 

406 

416 

332 

621 

639 

579 

54 

55 

55 

320 

353 

282 

238 

280 

13 

136 

129 

115 

64 

59 

59 

6 

6 

6 

10,363 

9,659 

9,268 


86 

77 

74 

78 

66 

92 

57 

54 

43 

221 

197 

209 

37 

38 

42 

490 

490 

428 

151 

176 

131 

(20) 

(6) 

(24) 

44 

46 

48 

665 

706 

583 

289 

289 

253 

16 

15 

14 

305 

304 

267 

1,228 

1,245 

1,101 


780 

777 

742 

209 

227 

219 

240 

232 

218 

75 

78 

73 

40 

38 

43 

32 

32 

31 

30 

29 

29 

32 

28 

26 

17 

12 

9 

15 

15 

14 

10 

12 

10 

24 

13 

9 

9 

11 

10 

12 

5 

3 

5 

7 

6 


G 26 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Consolidated Revenue Fund Statement of Revenue by Source 
Comparison of Estimates to Actual 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 — Continued 


Other Revenue — Continued 

Fees and licences — Continued 

Property tax collection fees 

Heritage site and museum attractions 
Other fees and licences 


I n vestment ea rn i ngs 

British Columbia Endowment Fund, 

Privatization Benefits Fund 

Miscellaneous — 

Fines and penalties 

Maintenance of children 

Insurance claim receipts 

Other miscellaneous 


Total Other Revenue 


Contributions from Government Organizations and Enterprises 

British Columbia Liquor Distribution Branch 

British Columbia Buildings Corporation 

British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority 

British Columbia Petroleum Corporation 

British Columbia Railway Company 

British Columbia Systems Corporation 

Other 

Total Contributions from Government Organizations and Enterprises .. 

Contributions from the Federal Government 

Established Programs Financing 

Canada Assistance Plan 

National Training Act 

Education (public schools) 

Economic development 

Transportation and highways 

Vocational Rehabilitation of Disabled Persons 

Other payments 

Total Contributions from the Federal Government 

Total Consolidated Revenue Fund Revenue 


In Millions 

1993 

1992 

Estimated 

Actual 

Actual 

$ 

$ 

$ 

4 

4 

4 

2 

2 

2 

28 

22 

19 

1,564 

1,544 

1,467 

101 

123 

132 

33 

47 


52 

92 

80 

75 

17 

17 

17 

18 

16 

19 

43 

57 

83 

170 

170 

194 

1,868 

1,884 

1,845 


495 

517 

454 

12 

17 

12 

147 

238 



2 


10 

10 

11 


5 

5 

3 

2 


667 

791 

482 


1,096 

1,531 

1,156 

798 

794 

767 

26 

25 

34 

60 

67 

64 

12 

8 

13 

20 

20 

19 

22 

23 

20 

31 

36 

30 

2,065 

2,504 

2,103 

16,191 

16,083 

14,799 


Personal and corporation income tax revenues are recorded after adjustment for tax credits. Personal income tax was reduced by 
$35,1 39,646 (1 992: $31 ,337,271 ) and corporation income tax increased by $1 5,702,51 2 (1 992: reduced by $6,488,034). The types of tax 
credits adjusting provincial and corporation income tax revenues are for foreign taxes, logging taxes, venture capital, political contributions, 
low income rent reductions, low income tax rebates and royalty tax rebates. 

Property — residential (school purpose) revenue is net of home owner grants of $399 million (1992: $452 million). 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


G 27 


Consolidated Revenue Fund Statement of 
Comparison of Estimated Expenditures to Actual Expenditures 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 

(In Thousands) 


Special Offices 

Legislation 

Auditor General 

Commission on Resources and Environment 

Conflict of Interest Commissioner 

Ombudsman 

Office of the Premier and Executive Council Operations 

Ministries 

Aboriginal Affairs... 

Advanced Education, Training and Technology 

Agriculture, Fisheries and Food 

Attorney General 

Economic Development, Small Business and Trade 

Education and Ministry Responsible for Multiculturalism and 

Human Rights 

Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources 

Environment, Lands and Parks 

Finance and Corporate Relations 

Forests 

Government Services 

Health and Ministry Responsible for Seniors 

Labour and Consumer Services 

Municipal Affairs, Recreation and Housing 

Social Services 

Tourism and Ministry Responsible for Culture 

Transportation and Highways 

Women's Equality 


Other Appropriations 

Management of Public Funds and Debt 

Contingencies (All Ministries) and New Programs 

Government Accounting Systems Strategic Plan 

Insurance and Risk Management Special Account 

South Moresby Implementation — Forestry Compensation Special 

Account 

Sustainable Environment Fund Special Account 

Less transfer from Contingencies Vote to provide additional funding for 
South Moresby Implementation — Forestry Compensation Special 
Account 


Total Appropriations 

Other Actual Net Under 

Estimated Authorizations Total Expenditures Expenditure 


$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

23,415 

1,660 

25,075 

25,075 

0 

6,684 


6,684 

6,559 

125 

4,000 


4,000 

3,962 

38 

206 


206 

116 

90 

3,633 


3,633 

3,633 

0 

13,956 


13,956 

13,020 

936 


15,922 


15,922 

13,807 

2,115 

1,302,185 

15,315 

1,317,500 

1,302,828 

14,672 

93,458 

905 

94,363 

72,319 

22,044 

759,546 

59,822 

819,368 

818,701 

667 

93,502 

4,738 

98,240 

78,630 

19,610 

3,589,407 

3,012 

3,592,419 

3,540,028 

52,391 

42,690 

25,002 

67,692 

64,394 

3,298 

241,661 

1,146 

242,807 

229,817 

12,990 

391,457 

(29,369) 

362,088 

337,296 

24,792 

624,163 

33,236 

657,399 

640,241 

17,158 

92,700 

2,404 

95,104 

92,911 

2,193 

5,935,863 

41,730 

5,977,593 

5,940,608 

36,985 

31,023 


31,023 

29,558 

1,465 

498,561 

7,498 

506,059 

480,301 

25,758 

2,364,568 

40,000 

2,404,568 

2,388,359 

16,209 

60,657 


60,657 

59,359 

1,298 

823,241 

49,676 

872,917 

844,097 

28,820 

31,007 


31,007 

27,264 

3,743 


795,000 

18,545 

813,545 

813,545 

0 

105,000 


105,000 

94,802 

10,198 

5,950 


5,950 

5,611 

339 

7,595 


7,595 

7,383 

212 


7,086 

7,086 

7,086 

0 

22,950 


22,950 

20,441 

2,509 



(1,400) 

(1,400) 

(1,400) 

0 

1 7,980,000 

281,006 

18,261,006 

17,960,351 

300,655 


Total Consolidated Revenue Fund Expenditure 


G 28 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Consolidated Revenue Fund Statement of 
Comparison of Estimated Expenditures to Actual Expenditures 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 — Continued 
(In Thousands) 


Total Appropriations 



Other 

Actual 

Net Under 

Estimated Authorizations Total 

Expenditures 

Expenditure 


Summary of Appropriations 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

Voted Expenditure 

Statutory 

17,696,575 

111,455 

17,808,030 

17,595,385 

212,645 

Special Accounts 

698,232 

504,221 

1,202,453 

1,141,360 

61,093 

Special Funds 


1 5,000 

1 5,000 

15,000 

0 

Special Warrants 


103,558 

103,558 

71,966 

31,592 

Various Acts 


9,611 

9,611 

9,611 

0 

Financing Transactions — concessionary loans 


27,758 

27,758 

27,758 

0 

Valuation allowances 


41,401 

41,401 

41,401 

0 

1 nter-account transfers 

(414,807) 

(531,998) 

(946,805) 

(942,130) 

(4,675) 

Total by Appropriation 1 993 

17,980,000 

281,006 

18,261,006 

17,960,351 

300,655 

Total by Appropriation 1992 

16,545,000 

790,207 

17,335,207 

17,154,407 

180,800 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


G 29 


Consolidated Revenue Fund Statement of Guaranteed Debt 
as at March 31, 1993 


Guaranteed debt represents that debt of municipalities and other governments, private enterprises and individuals, and debt and minority . 
interests of provincial Crown corporations, which has been explicitly guaranteed or indemnified by the government, under the authority of a 
statute, as to net principal or redemption provisions. 


Municipalities and other local governments — 

(1 ) Guarantees authorized pursuant to the Municipal Act, sec. 854 — 

Debentures 

Subtotal, municipalities and other local governments 

Government services — 

(2) Guarantees authorized pursuant to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation Act, sec. 1 3 1 — 

Debentures 

Mortgage 

(3) Guarantees authorized pursuant to the System Act, sec. 20 1 — 

Debentures 

Subtotal, government services 

Health and education 4 — 

(4) Guarantees authorized pursuant to the Educational Institution Capital Finance Act, sec. 9 1 — 

Debentures 

(5) Guarantees authorized pursuant to the Financial Administration Act, sec. 56 — 

Student aid loans 

Simon Fraser University — Debentures 

(6) Guarantees authorized pursuant to the Hospital District Finance Act, sec. 9 1 — 

Debentures 

(7) Guarantees authorized pursuant to the School District Capital Finance Act, sec. 9 1 — 

Debentures 

Subtotal, health and education 

Economic development — 

(8) Guarantees authorized pursuant to the Agricultural Credit Act, sec. 3 

(9) Guarantees authorized pursuant to the British Columbia Railway Finance Act, sec. 1 0 1 — 

Capital leases 

1 st preferred shares — BC Rail Ltd 

(1 0) Guarantees authorized pursuant to the British Columbia Transit Act, sec. 22 1 — 

Bonds and debentures 

Capital leases 

(1 1 ) Guarantees authorized pursuant to the Ferry Corporation Act, sec. 1 8 1 — 

Notes 

Capital leases 

(1 2) Guarantees authorized pursuant to the Financial Administration Act, sec. 56 — 

Can Dive Services 

Cape Mudge Resort Ltd 

Cassiar Mining Corporation 

District of Tumbler Ridge 

Ebco-Hamilton Test Systems Ltd 

Evans Forest Products Ltd 

Feeder Association's Loan Guarantee Program 

Forests-Railway crossings and fire equipment 

Business Start up Program 

Small Business Assistance Program 

Westcoast Plywood Co 

Miscellaneous guarantees less than $1 million 


In Millions 

1993 Net 1992 Net 
Outstanding 2 Outstanding 2 


$ 

$ 

5 

6 

5 

6 

113 

133 

2 

2 

15 

17 

130 

152 


258 

292 

179 

150 

3 

3 

494 

561 

474 

550 

1,408 

1,556 

2 

2 

21 

21 

136 

187 

38 

41 

190 

199 

10 

11 

39 

41 


1 

1 


5 

9 

10 

23 

17 

2 

3 

2 

1 

2 

2 

2 

3 

1 

2 

3 

3 

3 

5 


G 30 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Consolidated Revenue Fund Statement of Guaranteed Debt 
as at March 31, 1993 — Continued 


In Millions 

1993 Net 1992 Net 
Outstanding 2 Outstanding 2 


Economic development — Continued $ $ 

(1 3) Guarantees authorized pursuant to the Home Mortgage Assistance Program Act, sec. 2 274 232 

British Columbia Second Mortgage Program 5 66 112 

(1 4) Guarantees authorized pursuant to the Trade Development Corporation Act, sec. 3 15 16 

Subtotal, economic development 838 915 

Utilities — 

(1 5) Guarantees authorized pursuant to the Hydro and Power Authority Act, sec. 44 1 — 

Bonds and debentures 2,504 3,149 

Subtotal, utilities 2,504 3,149 

Grand total, all guaranteed debt 4,885 5,778 

Less: 

Amounts included above held by Consolidated Revenue Fund 3 (5) (5) 

Provision for probable payout (43) (44) 

Net total, all guaranteed debt 6 4,837 5,729 


Seethe financial statements of government organizations and enterprises section of the Public Accounts for details of maturity dates, 
interest rates and redemption features of the outstanding debt of these Crown agencies. 

2 Net outstanding guaranteed debt includes gross principal debt less sinking fund balances, and represents the total amount of contingent 
liability of the government arising from relevant guarantees. Amounts payable in foreign currency are translated into Canadian dollars at the 
rate of exchange prevailing atthe fiscal year-end. 

3 As a result of government financing and investment policies, $1 .4 billion of guaranteed debt is held by trust funds actively managed by 
the government. 

4 The government is directly responsible for paying 58.26% to 1 00% of debt service costs for health and education debt through various 
grant formulas. In 1 992/93, the contributions totalled approximately $523 million (1992: $458 million), or 86.08% (1 992: 85.64%), of debt 
service costs. 

5 The British Columbia Second Mortgage Program was sold to the Bank of Montreal in June 1989, along with a condition that the province 
will buy back any mortgages that may become uncollectible in future years. 

6 The government has unconditionally guaranteed the payment of principal and interest for $3.6 billion of debentures issued to the Canada 
Pension Plan Investment Fund. Debentures totalling $2.9 billion are included in net guaranteed debt and $0.7 billion have been defeased and 
are considered extinguished for financial reporting purposes. 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


G 31 


Consolidated Revenue Fund Statement of Information 
Required Under Section 8 (2) (b) (iii) of the Financial Administration Act 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31 , 1993 


In Millions 
Assets and 

Uncollectible Debts and 



Money 

Debts 

Obligations 

Remissions 


Refunded 

Written-Off 

Forgiven 

Made 

Ministry 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

Advanced Education, Training and Technology 


1 



Attorney General 


2 



Economic Development, Small Business and Trade 


2 



Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources 


23 

4 


Finance and Corporate Relations 

39 

7 

1 


Health and Minister Responsible for Seniors 


1 



Total 1 992/93 

39 

36 

5 


Total 1991/92 

66 

25 




This statement includes amounts authorized by sections 1 3, 1 4, 1 5 and 1 6 of the Financial Administration Act. Amounts authorized for refund, write-off, 
forgiveness or remission by other statutes are not shown separately in these financial statements. 



Supplementary Schedules to the Financial Statements 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 

Contents 

Page 

Ministry Abbreviations 3 

Schedule of Consolidated Revenue Fund Revenue by Source for the Fiscal Years Ended March 31, 1989 through 

1993 4 

Schedule of Consolidated Revenue Fund Expenditure by Function for the Fiscal Years Ended March 31, 1989 

through 1993 6 

Schedule of Consolidated Revenue Fund Expenditure by Group Account Classification 7 

Schedule of Public Debt 8 

Fixed Assets and Schedule of Depreciation 11 

Schedule of Payments Based on Contributions 1 2 

Schedu le of Payments Made to Honou r Guarantees 14 

Schedule of Investment Portfolio 15 

Schedu le of Obi igations U nder Capital Leases 15 

Ministerial Appropriations 

Legislation 18 

Auditor General 20 

Commission on Resources and Environment 22 

Conflict of Interest Commissioner 24 

Ombudsman 26 

Office of the Premier and Executive Council Operations 28 

Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs 30 

Ministry of Advanced Education, Training and Technology 32 

Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food 34 

Ministry of Attorney General 36 

Ministry of Economic Development, Small Business and Trade 38 

Ministry of Education and Ministry Responsible for Multiculturalism and Human Rights 40 

Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources 42 

Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks 44 

Ministry of Finance and Corporate Relations 46 

Ministry of Forests 50 

Ministry of Government Services 52 

Ministry of Health and Ministry Responsible for Seniors 54 

Ministry of Labour and Consumer Services 56 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Recreation and Housing 58 

Ministry of Social Services 60 

Ministry of Tourism and Ministry Responsible for Culture 62 

Ministry of Transportation and Highways 64 

Ministry of Women's Equality 66 

Other Appropriations 68 


Supplementary Schedules to the Financial Statements 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 

Contents — Continued 

Page 

Special Accounts (Transactions) Operating Statement 70 

Special Accounts (Transactions) Account Balance 72 

Schedule of Re-organization of the 1 992/93 Estimates 74 

Descriptions of Appropriations 75 

British Columbia Endowment Fund Financial Statements 1 1 0 

Natural Resource Community Fund Financial Statements 1 1 5 

Summary of Statutory Spending Authorities 1 1 8 

Ministry Related FinancingTransactions — Summary 1 23 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


H 3 


Ministry Abbreviations 

In order to reduce unnecessary words in the Public Accounts, Ministries referred to in this section of the Public Accounts will be shown as 
follows: 


Ministry Name Will be shown as 


Legislation Legislation 

Auditor General Auditor General 

Commission on Resources and Environment C.O.R.E. 

Conflict of Interest Commissioner Conflict of Interest 

Ombudsman Ombudsman 

Office of the Premier and Executive Council Operations Office of the Premier 

Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs Aboriginal Affairs 

Ministry of Advanced Education, Training and Technology Advanced Education 

Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Agriculture 

Ministry of Attorney General Attorney General 

Ministry of Economic Development, Small Business and Trade Economic Development 

Ministry of Education and Ministry Responsible for Multiculturalism and Human Rights .... Education 

Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources Energy, Mines 

Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks Environment 

Ministry of Finance and Corporate Relations Finance 

Ministry of Forests Forests 

Ministry of Government Services Government Services 

Ministry of Health and Ministry Responsible for Seniors Health 

Ministry of Labour and Consumer Services Labour 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Recreation and Housing Municipal Affairs 

Ministry of Social Services Social Services 

Ministry of Tourism and Ministry Responsible for Culture Tourism 

Ministry of Transportation and Highways Transportation 

Ministry of Women's Equality Women's Equality 

Other Appropriations Other Appropriations 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


H 4 


Consolidated Revenue Fund Schedule of Revenue by Source 
for the Fiscal Years Ended March 31 

(Unaudited) 



1989 

1990 

1991 

1992 

1993 

Taxation Revenue 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

Personal income 

2,995,338,704 

3,451,570,222 

4,140,068,516 

4,287,007,506 

4,017,936,799 

Corporation income 

600,269,687 

666,300,254 

607,512,497 

577,384,989 

545,039,233 

Social service 

1,717,761,350 

1,989,635,910 

2,009,632,19 2 

1,990,541,491 

2,085,253,471 

Fuel 

465,107,622 

502,325,548 

555,043,636 

538,802,706 

591,070,143 

Tobacco 

262,166,182 

307,985,616 

346,482,257 

433,030,238 

483,206,914 

Property — residential (school purpose) 



284,812,395 

332,107,302 

416,154,225 

Property — business (school purpose) 

491,837,639 

522,466,337 

554,459,709 

579,360,615 

638,848,261 

Property — rural area 

44,665,741 

53,798,575 

52,428,340 

54,468,178 

54,969,092 

Property purchase 

248,563,337 

317,365,842 

211,428,548 

282,383,905 

353,107,524 

Corporation capital 

13,801,497 

4,033,719 

10,158,680 

13,364,238 

280,349,642 

Insurance premium 

82,323,479 

95,039,604 

104,148,470 

115,364,462 

128,717,197 

Hotel room 

45,413,995 

53,283,188 

56,960,212 

58,593,562 

58,713,958 

Horse racing 

5,747,822 

6,121,553 

6,145,193 

5,861,176 

6,032,043 

Total Taxation Revenue 

6,972,997,055 

7,969,926,368 

8,939,280,645 

9,268,270,368 

9,659,398,502 

Natural Resource Revenue 






Petroleum and natural gas— 






Natural gas royalties 

55,735,871 

62,833,657 

74,451,838 

73,839,398 

76,431,267 

Permits and fees 

146,099,394 

121,549,501 

157,444,418 

91,477,430 

66,283,183 

Petroleum royalties 

38,400,452 

42,835,022 

47,788,978 

43,361,305 

54,130,971 

Minerals 

74,868,240 

73,329,872 

44,976,967 

41,786,566 

38,074,812 


315 , 103,957 

300 , 548,052 

324 , 662,201 

250 , 464,699 

234 , 920,233 

Forests — 






Timber sales 

423,250,864 

453,480,521 

418,812,228 

428,428,473 

490,157,479 

Small Business Forest Enterprise Program 

134,455,505 

147,291,358 

111,483,828 

131,376,315 

176,104,432 

Other forest revenue 

130,526,961 

98,073,530 

78,984,162 

23,659,563 

39,762,198 


688 , 233,330 

698 , 845,409 

609 , 280,218 

583 , 464,351 

706 , 024,109 

Other — 






Water resources 

255,518,703 

236,102,941 

221,876,379 

253,097,533 

289,373,437 

Wildlife Act — fees and 1 icences 

12,567,058 

13,759,123 

14,441,980 

14,140,059 

14,710,848 


268 , 085,761 

249 , 862,064 

236 , 318,359 

267 , 237,592 

304 , 084,285 

Total Natural Resource Revenue 

1 , 271 , 423,048 

1 , 249 , 255,525 

1 , 170 , 260,778 

1 , 101 , 166,642 

1 , 245 , 028,627 

Other Revenue 






Fees and licences — 






Medical Services Plan premiums 

580,809,243 

641,032,864 

660,348,406 

742,218,953 

776,645,722 

Lottery proceeds 

188,745,334 

195,798,299 

205,310,992 

219,140,939 

227,025,202 

Motor vehicle licences and permits 

192,663,683 

182,788,401 

198,974,988 

219,852,803 

231,630,234 

Farm Income Assurance Fund Special Account 
Real estate earnings of the Crown Land and 

13,300,554 

1 7,049,044 

1 1 ,000,000 

8,721,342 

11,919,339 

Social Housing Special Accounts 

24,637,163 

25,146,434 

23,902,496 

42,927,686 

38,242,699 

Miscellaneous fees and licences 

189,121,376 

229,707,539 

215,051,474 

233,963,840 

258,972,244 


1 , 189 , 277,353 

1 , 291 , 522,581 

1 , 314 , 588,356 

1 , 466 , 825,563 

1 , 544 , 435,440 

1 n vestment earn i ngs 

120 , 830,633 

156 , 427,553 

110 , 328,441 

131 , 913,373 

122 , 581,054 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


H 5 


Consolidated Revenue Fund Schedule of Revenue by Source 
for the Fiscal Years Ended March 31 — Continued 
(Unaudited) 



1989 

1990 

1991 

1992 

1993 

Other Revenue — Continued 

British Columbia Endowment Fund 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

46,924,111 

Privatization Benefits Fund 

321,445,381 

123,977,975 

52,671,976 

51,948,032 


Miscellaneous — 

Fines and penalties 

29,149,560 

44,723,589 

70,209,235 

75,018,802 

79,467,507 

Other miscellaneous 

68,097,377 

96,084,201 

143,014,614 

119,399,441 

90,176,005 


97,246,937 

140,807,790 

213,223,849 

194,418,243 

169,643,512 

Total Other Revenue 

1,728,800,304 

1,712,735,899 

1,690,812,622 

1,845,105,211 

1,883,584,117 

Contributions from Government 

Organizations and Enterprises 

British Columbia Liquor Distribution Branch.... 

416,255,437 

418,136,466 

446,745,862 

454,098,711 

517,127,403 

British Columbia Buildings Corporation 

British Columbia FHydro and Power Authority .. 
British Columbia Petroleum Corporation 

22,712,000 

1,399,628 

101,149,234 

21,900,000 

114,178,500 

20,001,900 

12,008,000 

16,612,540 

237,584,493 

1,510,000 

British Columbia Railway Company 

British Columbia Systems Corporation 

Other 

50,000 

10,307,540 

20,607,540 

5,792,750 

10,315,080 

5,000,000 

10,308,000 

5.000. 000 

2.000. 000 

Total Contributions from Government 

Organizations and Enterprises 

439,01 7,437 

530,992,868 

629,226,552 

481,421,791 

790,142,436 

Contributions from the Federal 

Government 

Established Programs Financing 

1,230,181,638 

1,239,750,375 

1,110,278,999 

1,156,007,000 

1,531,508,000 

Canada Assistance Plan 

667,799,613 

686,492,024 

715,908,526 

766,572,246 

793,709,357 

Statutory and other subsidies 

2,515,831 

2,515,831 

2,515,831 

2,515,831 

2,839,027 

Other shared costs and grants in aid 

188,853,141 

150,325,962 

118,531,543 

1 74,967,700 

176,241,303 

Reciprocal Taxation Agreement 

20,530,186 

21,478,984 

13,976,965 

2,973,012 


Total Contributions from the Federal 

Government 

2,109,880,409 

2,100,563,176 

1,961,211,864 

2,103,035,789 

2,504,297,687 

Total Consolidated Revenue Fund 

Revenue 

12,522,118,253 

13,563,473,836 

14,390,792,461 

14,798,999,801 

16,082,451,369 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


H 6 


Consolidated Revenue Fund Schedule of Expenditure by Function 
for the Fiscal Years Ended March 31 

(Unaudited) 



1989 

1990 

1991 

1992 

1993 

Health 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

Hospital care 

... 2,059,167,069 

2,294,014,976 

2,549,391,824 

2,809,669,957 

3,004,361,149 

Medical care 

... 1,374,992,079 

1,532,671,428 

1,692,483,819 

1,928,814,495 

1,972,932,376 

Preventive care 

514,338,378 

605,999,847 

707,227,997 

786,547,390 

911,298,996 

Other health 

63,670,528 

69,073,557 

78,391,413 

91,705,706 

114,266,397 


4,012,168,054 

4,501,759,808 

5,027,495,053 

5,616,737,548 

6,002,858,918 

Social Services 

Social assistance 

... 1,121,867,678 

1,157,149,490 

1,296,184,676 

1,571,061,958 

1,890,210,276 

Child welfare 

115,827,924 

142,911,659 

160,952,271 

180,979,231 

204,682,747 

Other social services 

171,101,325 

195,719,906 

212,024,115 

241,671,005 

271,613,051 


1,408,796,927 

1,495,781,055 

1,669,161,062 

1,993,712,194 

2,366,506,074 

Education 

Elementary and secondary 

... 1,969,224,824 

2,207,234,555 

2,967,866,204 

3,267,694,327 

3,519,065,970 

Post secondary 

860,316,184 

913,131,393 

1,037,953,069 

1,189,844,252 

1,216,703,167 

Other education 

50,900,738 

60,776,634 

60,894,752 

63,934,956 

68,037,572 


2,880,441,746 

3,181,142,582 

4,066,714,025 

4,521,473,535 

4,803,806,709 

Protection of Persons and Property 

Law enforcement 

205,386,064 

232,676,600 

269,277,873 

303,478,601 

346,686,841 

Police protection 

103,845,727 

111,863,314 

117,544,957 

122,057,370 

133,783,477 

Corrections 

138,121,873 

157,598,292 

178,164,861 

197,531,540 

196,935,560 

Other protection and regulation 

94,655,534 

115,779,790 

161,627,968 

191,550,165 

226,592,585 


542,009,198 

617,917,996 

726,615,659 

814,617,676 

903,998,463 

Transportation 

Road and air 

584,129,663 

891,282,590 

958,729,325 

966,873,834 

789,423,870 

Ferries 

70,951,045 

104,269,801 

4,821,566 

55,821,332 

47,949,287 

Railways 

16,045,848 

21,094,000 

8,038,480 

11,520,000 

1 3,260,000 

Public transit 

173,152,838 

182,239,363 

216,089,160 

227,915,000 

226,946,80 7 


844,279,394 

1,198,885,754 

1,187,678,531 

1,262,130,166 

1,077,579,964 

Natural Resources and Economic 

Development 

Forests (including fire suppression) 

481,478,516 

539,565,351 

573,986,537 

672,656,331 

658,311,294 

Minerals and mines 

28,986,366 

33,074,060 

44,495,850 

96,077,554 

65,543,316 

Environment and agriculture 

200,114,668 

256,671,615 

27 2,232,526 

314,910,784 

281,355,729 

Fish and game 

28,251,354 

27,001,953 

15,198,570 

19,285,117 

20,091,564 

Trade and industry 

161,035,937 

153,470,723 

162,326,070 

342,019,999 

131,588,536 


899,866,841 

1,009,783,702 

1,068,239,553 

1,444,949,785 

1,156,890,439 

Other 

Local government 

245,758,960 

302,267,879 

345,012,812 

390,552,801 

372,878,907 

Housing support 

35,710,779 

53,071,912 

37,454,118 

44,140,068 

79,116,887 

Recreation and culture 

133,718,520 

99,851,612 

124,862,425 

137,292,031 

139,466,200 


415,188,259 

455,191,403 

507,329,355 

571,984,900 

591,461,994 

General Government 

Legislature 

15,922,497 

17,641,041 

19,507,284 

25,954,747 

25,535,099 

Administration 

214,942,324 

217,394,430 

212,551,714 

260,061,023 

218,168,202 

Debt Servicing — Third Parties 

230,864,821 

529,850,173 

235,035,471 

510,230,241 

232,058,998 

531,220,112 

286,015,770 

642,785,228 

243,703,301 

813,544,812 

Net Operating Expenditure 

11,763,465,413 

13,205,728,012 

15,016,512,348 

17,154,406,802 

1 7,960,350,674 


Prior year's figures have been restated to comform with current classification. 


Consolidated Revenue Fund Schedule of Expenditure by Group Account Classification 
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H 11 


Fixed Assets and Schedule of Depreciation 
as at March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 


In Thousands 



1993 


1992 

Historical 

Accumulated 

Net 

Net 


Consolidated Revenue Fund: 

Cost 

Depreciation 

Book Value 

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Land 1 

737,314 


737,314 

716,794 

Highways 2 

5,600,959 

965,850 

4,635,109 

4,549,529 

Bridges/ferry landings 2 

1,069,678 

400,752 

668,926 

647,065 

Buildings & works 3 

620,082 

170,143 

449,939 

509,956 

' Ferries 2 

44,309 

20,810 

23,499 

24,479 

Aircraft 3 

17,975 

7,041 

10,934 

10,019 

Vehicles 4 

90,261 

41,241 

49,020 

49,084 

Machinery & equipment 3 

93,820 

39,710 

54,110 

45,399 

Computer hardware 5 

222,117 

186,417 

35,700 

53,202 

Office furniture 3 

47,950 

10,776 

37,174 

29,441 

Office equipment 3 

39,747 

20,060 

19,687 

19,873 

Other 6 

13,873 

4,927 

8,946 

9,194 

Total Consolidated Revenue Fund 

8,598,085 

1,867,727 

6,730,358 

6,664,035 

Summary Financial Statements: 

B.C. Buildings Corporation 

1,121,495 

332,289 

789,206 

725,951 

British Columbia Heritage Trust 

2,032 


2,032 

1,967 

British Columbia Systems Corporation 

177,566 

90,097 

87,469 

88,755 

British Columbia Trade Development Corporation 

1,397 

566 

831 

807 

Total Summary Financial Statements 

1,302,490 

422,952 

879,538 

817,480 


9,900,575 

2,290,679 

7,609,896 

7,481,515 


'Land which has been acquired for parks and recreation, building sites and highway construction, however, it does not include land held for resale. Does not 
include Crown Land acquired by Right of the Crown. 

2 Highways and bridges are reported at their historical costs and are depreciated on a declining balance basis at 4% per year. 

3 Buildings and works, aircraft, machinery and equipment, office furniture, office equipment, land improvements, ferries, landings, tugs and barges are 
recorded at their historical costs and are depreciated on a straight line basis over a period of 5 to 25 years. 

Vehicles are recorded at their historical costs and are depreciated on a straight line basis over 5 years. 

5 Computer hardware and radio communication equipment are recorded at their historical costs and are depreciated on a straight line basis over three years. 
6 Other includes land improvements and radio communication equipment. 


H 12 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Schedule of Payments Based on Contributions Pursuant to Section 22(2) 
of the Financial Administration Act ; 1 981 for the 
Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 


Ministry/Agreement Description $ 

Advanced Education 

Program for Older Worker Adjustment 1 ,331 ,234 

Attorney General 

Firearms Acquisition Certificate Program 59,377 

Family Maintenance and Enforcement Program 75,331 

John Howard Society 32,000 

166,708 

Economic Development 

Employee Secondment Outside of Government 40,698 

Job Protection Commission 74,135 

Orenda/First Nations Socio-Economic Impact Assessment Study 42,500 

157,333 

Education 

Canadian Official Languages Program 1 1,1 67,904 

Construction of Native Schools 2,798,000 

13,965,904 

Energy, Mines 

Amoco Canada Company Ltd 40,000 

Environment 

State of Environment 115,900 

Commerical Filming 6,239 

Economic Instruments 13,000 

Pesticide Use Study 20,000 

155,139 

Government Services 

Canadian Council of Archives and National Archives of Canada 24,860 

Health 

Child Care Programs 18,500 

Elder Abuse in Communities Study 30,000 

Extended Care Beds for Veterans 91 1 ,891 

Geographic Disaster Information System 1 2,495 

Heart Health 22,168 

Inter-Provincial Reciprocal Agreements — Hospital Care 34,659,350 

Inter-Provincial Reciprocal Agreements — Medical Services by Physicians 1 5,767,246 

Joint Emergency Preparedness Program 7,314 

Sewage Disposal Assessment 25,000 

51,453,964 

Tourism 

Museums Assistance Program — Public Programming 1 44,000 

Museums Assistance Program — Heritage Properties 20,000 

Pacific North West Economic Region 86,280 


250,280 


PUBLIC ACCOU NTS 1 992/93 


H 13 


Schedule of Payments Based on Contributions Pursuant to Section 22(2) 
of the Financial Administration Act ; 1 981 for the 
Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 — Continued 

(Unaudited) 


Ministry/Agreement Description — Continued $ 

Transportation 

Bear Creek Connector Functional Study 1 0,000 

Traffic Signal Installations/Vancouver Island 85,627 

Land's End Road Interchange 309,1 64 

Cycling Conference 6,710 

Mid Arm Bridge Study 50,000 

McBride Main St. Upgrade 56,993 

Town of Port McNeill 7,400 

McKenzie Avenue Interchange 327,895 

853,789 

Total: 1992/93 68,399,211 


Total: 1991/92 70,094,591 


Note: Section 22(1 )of the Financial Administration Act, 1 981 authorizes payments "where under an Act, agreement or undertaking: 

(a) money is payable to the government, or 

(b) money has been received by the government, for the purpose of or as a contribution towards expenditures . . . received by the government." 
These payments are reflected in the main satements of the province. 


H 14 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Schedule of Payments Made to Honour Guarantees Pursuant 
to Section 58 (3) of the Financial Administration Act, 1981 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 


Description of Item $ 

British Columbia Student Loan Program: 

Various lending institutions 1 2,875,758 

Small Business Assistance Program: 

A. M. Lount & Assoc 859 

Doliva Systems Inc 11,250 

Compass North Designs 54,221 

66,330 

Regional Seed Capital Program: 

The Inn on Salt Spring Island 18,285 

Chef Ready Foods Inc 16,687 

Swaan Bros. Feeds Ltd 50,000 

CFP Custom Fir Products Ltd 25,408 

Zono Canada Ltd 1 7,647 

128,027 

Job Protection Program: 

Cassiar Mining Corp 740,986 

Home Mortgage Assistance Program 89,784 

Financial Administration Act, section 56 

B. C. Systems Corp. regarding Research Computing B.C 400,000 

Loan Guarantee Program for First Citizens' Fund 5,052 

Total: 1992/93 14,305,937 


Total: 1991/92 14,782,310 


Note: Section 58(3) of the Financial Administration Act, 1981 authorizes payments to honour guarantees and indemnities where the government has entered 
into an agreement to give a guarantee in connection with the issue of sale of securities. These payments are reflected in the main statements of the 
province. 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


H 15 


Schedule of Investment Portfolio Pursuant to Section 36.2 (3) 
of the Financial Administration Act, 1981 
as at March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 


Obligations of or guaranteed by Canada 

Obligations of or guaranteed by the U.S.A 

Obligations of or guaranteed by a province 

Obligations of or guaranteed by savings institutions 

Securities issued by the Municipal Finance Authority of British 

Columbia 

Commercial paper issued by corporations incorporated underthe laws 

of Canada or of a province 

Bonds and debentures issued by corporations incorporated underthe 

laws of Canada or of a provi nee 

Fully paid common shares of corporations incorporated underthe laws 

of Canada or of a province 

Fully paid shares of corporations incorporated in a foreign country 

Securities issued for school, hospital, irrigation, drainage or other like 

purposes 

Secured indebtedness of a corporation 

Securities of municipal corporations 

Securities issued by the International Bank for Reconstruction and 
Development 

Total 



1993 


' 1992 

Temporary 

Investments 

Long-Term 

Investments. 

Total 

Total 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

3,915,649,464 

5,806,833,589 

9,722,483,053 

9,735,363,935 

2,007,849 

407,204,886 

409,212,735 

447,251,380 

386,451,178 

10,740,883,344 

11,127,334,522 

10,272,492,604 

1,558,412,880 

53,255,197 

1,611,668,077 

1,172,111,567 


180,192,386 

180,192,386 

184,891,562 

222,584,242 


222,584,242 

177,973,304 


339,274,466 

339,274,466 

197,421,082 


3,241,686,694 

3,241,686,694 

2,655,236,124 


451,124,599 

451,124,599 

402,500,004 


2,434,714 

2,434,714 

3,061,947 


507,030 

507,030 

48,108 

513,232 


9,209,232 

9,209,232 

17,261,794 

6,085,105,613 

21,232,606,137 

27,317,711,750 

25,266,126,643 


Note: Futures contracts held as at March 31 , 1993; 

— U.S. Treasury Bonds — June 1993 expiry 

— Euro Dollars — June 1993 expiry 

— Euro Dollars — December 1 995 expiry 


— 151 contracts long 
— 7 contracts short 
— 34 contracts long 


Schedule of Obligations Under Capital Leases Pursuant to 
Section 54 (3) of the Financial Administration Act , 1981 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 


Description of Item $ 

Lease of Data Processing Equipment: 

Ministry of Health and Ministry Responsible for Seniors 56,91 1 

Ministry of Social Services 1,765,51 1 

1,822,422 

Lease of Mobile Equipment: 

Earth Moving Construction Equipment 4,61 1 ,229 

Total: 1992/93 6,433,651 

Total: 1991/92 6,942,717 


Note: Section 54(3) of the Financial Administration Act, 1981 requires disclosure of the financial obligations of the government under a lease where 
substantially all of the risks and benefits of ownership of the property have been transferred to the government. These contracts are reflected in the Public 
Accounts in accordance with the province's accounting policies. 


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PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Explanatory Note on Appropriations 

The total appropriation amount presented includes the original estimate, statutory authorizations, special warrants and re-allocations 
within voted appropriations. 

Explanatory Notes on the Group Account Classifications 


Salaries and Benefits 

• Base Salaries — includes the cost of base salaries, overtime pay and lumpsum payments, for all permanent and temporary direct employees 
of the government. 

• Supplementary Salary Costs — includes the cost of all supplements to pay such as shift differentials, premiums and allowances. 

• Employee Benefits — includes the cost of employer contributions to employee benefit plans and pensions. The relocation and transfer 
expenses of employees are also included. 

• Legislative Salaries and Indemnities — includes the cost of the annual M.L.A. indemnity and supplementary salaries as authorized under 
sections 2 and 3 of the Legislative Assembly Allowances and Pension Act. The expense allowance payable under subsection 2 (1) is 
classified under Other Expenditures. 

Operating Costs 

• Boards, Commissions and Courts — Fees and Expenses — includes fees paid to board and commission members, juries and witnesses, and 
related travel and out-of-pocket expenses. 

• Public Servant Travel — includes travel expenses of government employees and officials on government business including prescribed 
allowances. 

• Professional Services — includes fees and expenses for professional services rendered directly to government such as legal, engineering or 
management consulting services. 

• Information Systems — Operating — includes all contract fees and costs related to data, voice, image and text processing operations and 
services such as data and word processing, data communication charges, supplies, repairs, maintenance and short-term rentals of 
information processing equipment. 

• Office and Business Expenses — includes materials, supplies and services required for the operation of offices and the conduct of 
government business. 

• Advertising and Publications — includes costs associated with advertising and general publications. 

• Statutory Notices, Annual Reports and Non-Discretionary Publications — includes costs associated with special notices and publications 
required by statute and regulations. 

• Utilities, Materials, Supplies and Vehicles — Operating and Maintenance Costs — includes the cost of services such as the supply of water 
and electricity, materials and supplies required for normal operation of government services, food for institutions and the costs associated 
with the repair and maintenance of government vehicles, machinery and equipment. 

• Building Occupancy Charges — includes payments to the British Columbia Buildings Corporation (B.C.B.C.) or the private sector, for the 
rental and maintenance of buildings and office accommodation. 

Asset Acquisitions 

• Information Systems — includes the major purchase or capital lease cost of information systems equipment and related software. Also 
includes the development cost of new information systems. 

• Office Furniture and Equipment — includes the purchase or capital lease cost of office furniture and equipment such as typewriters and 
photocopiers. 

• Land, Buildings and Works — includes the cost of acquiring such assets through purchase, capital lease or contract, but not construction 
by government personnel. 

• Machinery, Equipment and Vehicles — includes the purchase or capital lease cost of aircraft, ships, vehicles, machinery and equipment. 

Grants and Contributions 

• Grants — includes grant payments of a general nature to individuals, businesses, non-profit associations and others, in accordance with 
established eligibility criteria, where there are no contractual requirements. 

• Contributions — includes payments made under the authority of a contract, agreement or statute, to public bodies and organizations for 
the provision of specific goods and/or services to the general publ ic where the government has some control over how the funds are to be 
spent, what goods and/or services are to be provided and which groups are to receive these goods and/or services. 

• Transfers Between General Fund, Special Funds and Special Accounts — includes transfers between Votes, Special Accounts and Special 
Funds involving an expenditure account and a revenue account, but excluding transfers between two expenditure accounts. 

Other Expenditures 

• Inventories for Resale — includes payments made for the direct purchase of items to be held for resale to other government entities, or the 
private sector, or for redistribution within government, and adjustments for year-end inventory counts. 

• Interest on the Public Debt — includes only interest payments on the direct provincial debt borrowed for government purposes. 

• Other Expenditures — includes expenditures which cannot be reasonably allocated to another standard object of expenditure, such as 
financing costs, valuation allowances and certain M.L.A. expenses. 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


H 17 


Explanatory Notes on the Group Account Classifications — Continued 


Recoveries 

• Recoveries Within Government — includes recoveries for the use of equipment or the provision of goods and services within or between 
ministries of the provincial government. 

• Recoveries External to Government — includes costs recovered from government corporations, other levels of government, and 
non-government organizations. 


H 18 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Legislation — (Unaudited) 


Vote 

No. Description 

1 Legislation 

Members of the Legislative Assembly — Indemnities and 

Allowances 

Members of the Legislative Assembly — Constituency 

Allowances 

Members' Dining Room 

Legislative Committees 

Legislative Accounting Office ! 

Inter-Parliamentary Relations 

Legislative Procedure Review 

Legislative Documents 

Government Caucus Global 

Office of the Leader of the Official Opposition 

Official Opposition Caucus Global 

Office of the Leader of Third Party 

Third Party Caucus Global 

Independent Member — Global 

Centralized Expenses 

Clerk of the House 

Sergeant-At-Arms 

Hansard 

Office of the Speaker 

Legislative Library 

Legislative Internship Program 

Legislative Buildings Improvements and Communications 
Members Compensation Review 


TotalAppropriations . — g — a, . , 

Budget Other Total 

Estimated Re-allocations Authorizations Appropriations 

$ $ $ $ 


4,701,850 



4 , 701,850 

4,284,600 



4 , 284,600 

105,000 



105,000 

220,000 



220,000 

821,474 

20,160 


841,634 

132,000 



1 32,000 

60,200 



60,200 

600,000 



600,000 

2,150,498 

141,000 


2 , 291,498 

335,000 

24,120 


359,120 

1,177,226 

66,418 


1 , 243,644 

90,000 



90,000 

426,021 

20,160 


446,181 

69,314 

26,342 


95,656 

497,500 



497,500 

556,020 

4,080 


560,100 

1,116,801 

92,640 


1 , 209,441 

1,375,800 

40,320 


1 , 416,120 

328,166 

4,080 


332,246 

2,053,230 

141,120 


2 , 194,350 

124,300 



124,300 

2,190,000 

(580,440) 

1,660,099 

1 , 609,560 

1 , 660,099 

23 , 415,000 

0 

1 , 660,099 

25 , 075,099 


1,660,099 


Breakdown of Other Authorizations — 
Statutory Appropriation — within Vote 


1 , 660,099 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


H 19 


-Actual Expenditure byGi 


Salaries 

Operating 

Asset 

Grants and 

and Benefits 

Costs 

Acquisitions 

Contributions 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

3,891,363 

402 

366,534 

64,970 

200,342 

196,246 

328,053 

278,430 

1,568,382 

13,727 

795,988 

462,738 

46,424 

6,600 

316,035 

945,589 

27,343 

280,513 

24,068 


18,627 

299,604 

30,182 

115,684 

22,430 


50,760 

44,106 

6,124 


641,032 

210,060 

112,197 

122,401 

81,326 


1,422,471 

1,193,807 

171,638 

704,889 

186,763 


248,806 

109,847 

3,611 


1,468,479 

408,126 

48,980 


73,082 

13,654 

1,158,461 

158,579 

201 



12 , 504,973 5 , 279,290 870,381 285,030 


jp AccountClassification — — r- — — : — — , 

Other Total Net Under (Over) 

Expenditures Recoveries Expenditures Expenditure 

$ $ $ $ 


1,098,136 

4 , 989,499 

(287,649) 

4,323,654 

4 , 324,056 

(39,456) 


343,400 

(238,400) 

517,798 

718,140 

(498,140) 


890,833 

(49,199) 

174,933 

195,260 

(63,260) 


0 

60,200 


795,988 

(195,988) 


2 , 077,544 

213,954 


343,378 

15,742 


1 , 250,170 

(6,526) 


48,809 

41,191 


437,718 

8,463 


100,990 

(5,334) 

933 

333,394 

164,106 

4,539 

839,094 

(278,994) 


1 , 594,109 

(384,668) 


2 , 085,459 

(669,339) 

10,027 

372,291 

(40,045) 


1 , 925,585 

268,765 

5,405 

92,141 

32,159 


1 , 158,662 

450,898 


158,579 

1,501,520 

6 , 135,425 

0 25 , 075,099 

0 


H 20 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Auditor General — (Unaudited) 


Vote 

No. 


Description 



Total Appropriations 



Budget 

Other 

Total 

Estimated 

Re-allocations 

Authorizations 

Appropriations 

$ 

6,684,000 

$ 

$ 

$ 

6,684,000 

6,684,000 

0 

0 

6,684,000 


2 Auditor General. 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


H 21 


-Actual Expenditure by Group Account Classification- 


Salaries 

Operating 

Asset 

Grants and 

Other 


Total 

Net Under (Over) 

and Benefits 

Costs 

Acquisitions 

Contributions 

Expenditures 

Recoveries 

Expenditures 

Expenditure 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

5,110,078 

1,071,091 

340,732 

55,000 


(17,500) 

6 , 559,401 

124,599 

5 , 110,078 

1 , 071,091 

340,732 

55,000 

0 

( 17 , 500 ) 

6 , 559,401 

124,599 


H 22 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Commission on Resources and Environment — (Unaudited) 


Total Appropriations 

Vote Budget Other Total 

No. Description Estimated Re-allocations Authorizations Appropriations 

$ $ $ $ 
4,000,000 4 , 000,000 


3 Commission on Resources and Environment 


4 , 000,000 


0 


0 


4 , 000,000 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


-Actual Expenditure by Group Account Classification- 


Salaries 
and Benefits 
$ 

1,336,084 


Operating 

Costs 

$ 

2,386,792 


Asset 

Acquisitions 

$ 

238,579 


Grants and 
Contributions 
$ 


Other 

Expenditures 

$ 


Recoveries 

$ 

798 


Total 

Expenditures 

$ 

3 , 962,253 


1 , 336,084 2 , 386,792 238,579 0 0 798 3 , 962,253 


H 23 


Net Under (Over) 
Expenditure 
$ 

37,747 

37,747 


H 24 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Conflict of Interest Commissioner — (Unaudited) 


Total Appropriations 

Vote Budget Other Total 

No. Description Estimated Re-allocations Authorizations Appropriations 

$ $ $ $ 

4 Conflict of Interest Commissioner 206,000 206,000 

206,000 0 0 206,000 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


H 25 


-Actual Expenditure by Group Account Classification- 


Salaries 

Operating 

Asset 

Grants and 

and Benefits 

Costs 

Acquisitions 

Contributions 

$ 

61,437 

$ 

54,051 

$ 

$ 

61,437 

54,051 

0 

0 


Other Total Net Under (Over) 

Expenditures Recoveries Expenditures Expenditure 

$ $ $ $ 

115,488 90,512 

0 _ 0 ~~ 115,488 90,512 


H 26 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ombudsman — (Unaudited) 


Total Appropriations 

Vote Budget Other 

No. Description Estimated Re-allocations Authorizations 

$ $ $ 

5 Ombudsman 3,633,000 

3,633,000 0 0 


Total 

Appropriations 

$ 

3,633,000 

3,633,000 


PUBLIC ACCOU NTS 1 992/93 


H 27 


Salaries Operating 

and Benefits Costs 

$ $ 

2,535,058 808,801 

2 , 535,058 808,801 


-Actual Expenditure by Group Account Classification- 


Asset Grants and Other 

Acquisitions Contributions Expenditures 

$ $ $ 
288,873 


Recoveries 

$ 


Total Net Under (Over) 

Expenditures Expenditure 

$ $ 

3 , 632,732 268 

3 , 632,732 


288,873 


0 


0 


0 


268 


H 28 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Office of the Premier and Executive Council Operations — (Unaudited) 


Vote 

No. Description 

6 Office of the Premier and Executive Council Operations 

Office of the Premier 

Executive Council Operations 


7 British Columbia Trade Development Corporation 



Total Appropriations 


Estimated 

$ 

Budget Other 

Re-allocations Authorizations 

$ $ 

Total 

Appropriations 

$ 

1,642,483 


1,642,483 

2,733,517 


2,733,517 

4,376,000 

0 0 

4,376,000 

9,580,000 


9,580,000 

13,956,000 

0 0 

13,956,000 


PUBLIC ACCOU NTS 1 992/93 


H 29 


- Actual Expend itu re by G rou p Accou nt Classification , — — = - 

Salaries Operating Asset Grants and Other Total Net Under (Over) 


and Benefits Costs Acquisitions 

$ $ $ 

Contributions Expenditures Recoveries Expenditures Expenditure 

$ $ $ $ $ 

1,511,479 58,417 19,787 

1,887,264 661,586 31,188 

1 , 589,683 52,800 

2 , 580,038 153,479 

3 , 398,743 720,003 50,975 

0 0 0 4 , 169,721 206,279 

8 , 850,000 8 , 850,000 730,000 

3 , 398,743 720,003 50,975 

8 , 850,000 0 0 13 , 019,721 936,279 


H 30 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs — (Unaudited) 


Vote 

No. Description 

8 Minister's Office 

9 Ministry Operations 

Aboriginal Affairs Programs 

Treaty Negotiations 

Provincial Capital Commission 

Statutory — 

Special Account — 

First Citizens' Fund 



Total Appropriations 



Budget 

Other 

Total 

Estimated 

Re-allocations 

Authorizations 

Appropriations 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

295,507 



295,507 

9,732,889 

(70,000) 


9 , 662,889 

2,146,104 

70,000 


2 , 216,104 

324,500 



324,500 

12 , 203,493 

0 

0 

12 , 203,493 


3 , 423,000 



3 , 423,000 

15 , 922,000 

0 

0 

15 , 922,000 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


H 31 


-Actual Expenditure by Group Account Classification- 


Salaries 
and Benefits 
$ 

275,929 

2,972,173 

608,147 


3 , 580,320 


3 , 856,249 


Operating 

Costs 

$ 

17,609 

2,490,030 

868,494 


3 , 358,524 


72,404 

3 , 448,537 


Asset 

Acquisitions 

$ 

1,380 

438,070 


438,070 


439,450 


Grants and 
Contributions 
$ 


2,638,985 

125,275 

324,500 

3 , 088,760 


2 , 863,874 

5 , 952,634 


Other 

Expenditures 

$ 


110,094 


110,094 


110,094 


Recoveries 

$ 


0 


0 


Total 

Expenditures 

$ 

294,918 

8 , 649,352 

1 , 601,916 

324,500 

10 , 575,768 


2 , 936,278 

13 , 806,964 


Net Under (Over) 
Expenditure 
$ 

589 

1,013,537 

614,188 

0 

1 , 627,725 


486,722 

2 , 115,036 


H 32 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry of Advanced Education, Training and Technology — (Unaudited) 


— Total Appropriations 


Budget Other 

Total 


Description 

Estimated 

Re-allocations 

Authorizations 

Appropriations 


$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

Minister's Office 

Mini stry Operation s 

315,100 



315,100 

Administration and Support Services 

Advanced Education Programs (net of recoveries) 

15,312,500 

475,497 


15,787,997 

Program Management 

5,275,200 

(40,117) 


5,235,083 

Advanced Education Programs 

994,148,800 

(262,000) 


993,886,800 

Matching Program, Universities 

10,000,000 



10,000,000 

Capital Debt Servicing 

151,999,000 

(5,222,000) 


146,777,000 

Tuition Freeze Compensation 

Student Financial Assistance Programs (net of recoveries) 

4,000,000 

(63,000) 


3,937,000 

Program Management 

2,406,200 

806,930 


3,213,130 

Financial Assistance Programs 

Skills Development Programs 

54,217,600 

2,680,070 


56,897,670 

Program Management 

7,853,000 

786,383 


8,639,383 

Skills Development and Labour Market Policy Programs 

20,850,000 

838,237 


21,688,237 


1,266,062,300 

0 

0 

1,266,062,300 

Science and Technology 





Program Management 

1,287,600 



1,287,600 

Science and Technology Programs 

34,520,000 



34,520,000 


35,807,600 

0 

0 

35,807,600 

Statutory — 





Program for Older Worker Adjustment 

Special Account — 




0 

Science and Technology Fund 

Less transfer to the Science and Technology Fund Special 

34,520,000 



34,520,000 

Account from Vote 12 

Less transfer to the Provincial Treasury Operations Special 

(34,520,000) 



(34,520,000) 

Account from the General Account 



(265,000) 

(265,000) 

Valuation Allowance 



15,580,017 

15,580,017 


1,302,185,000 

0 

15,315,017 

1,317,500,017 


Breakdown of Other Authorizations — 


Inter-account transfer (265,000) 

Valuation Allowance 15,580,017 


15,315,017 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


H 33 


-Actual Expenditure by Group AccountClassification- 


Salaries Operating 

and Benefits Costs 

$ $ 


Asset 

Acquisitions 

$ 


Grants and 

Other 


Total 

Net Under (Over) 

Contributions 

Expenditures 

Recoveries 

Expenditures 

Expenditure 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 


302,215 

9,683 

856 




312,754 

2,346 

4,028,321 

9,010,525 

1,895,558 


93,499 

(15,170) 

15,012,733 

775,264 

2,712,566 

1,852,111 

307,241 



(5,954) 

4,865,964 

369,119 




991,742,689 



991,742,689 

2,144,111 




8,750,000 



8,750,000 

1,250,000 




140,655,717 



140,655,717 

6,121,283 




3,529,425 



3,529,425 

407,575 

2,272,993 

672,834 

265,412 




3,211,239 

1,891 


108,187 


56,587,132 



56,695,319 

202,351 

7,175,155 

1,209,966 

245,733 




8,630,854 

8,529 


665,770 


19,517,043 



20,182,813 

1,505,424 

16,189,035 

13,519,393 

2,713,944 

1,220,782,006 

93,499 

(21,124) 

1,253,276,753 

12,785,547 

1,101,740 

128,972 





1,230,712 

56,888 




34,520,000 



34,520,000 

0 

1,101,740 

128,972 

0 

34,520,000 

0 

0 

35,750,712 

56,888 




1,331,234 


(1,331,234) 

0 

0 

59,518 

634,383 

107,433 

31,891,712 



32,693,046 

1,826,954 




(34,520,000) 



(34,520,000) 

0 




(265,000) 



(265,000) 

0 





15,580,017 


15,580,017 

0 

17,652,508 

14,292,431 

2,822,233 

1,253,739,952 

15,673,516 

(1,352,358) 

1,302,828,282 

14,671,735 


H 34 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food — (Unaudited) 


-TotalAppropriation; 


Vote 



Budget 

Other 

Total 

No. 

Description 

Estimated 

Re-allocations 

Authorizations 

Appropriations 



$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

13 

Minister's Office 

282,139 



282,139 

14 

Ministry Operations 






Administration and Support Services 

12,839,085 

87,000 


12 , 926,085 


Financial Programs (net of recoveries) 

30,052,466 

(1,116,000) 


28 , 936,466 


Fisheries and Food 

5,356,076 

449,000 


5 , 805,076 


Agriculture (net of recoveries) 

15,637,845 

580,000 


16 , 217,845 



63 , 885,472 

0 

0 

63 , 885,472 

15 

Provincial Agricultural Land Commission 

1 , 860,009 



1 , 860,009 

16 

British Columbia Marketing Board 

469,380 



469,380 

17 

Okanagan Valley Tree Fruit Authority 

Statutory — 

3 , 820,000 



3 , 820,000 


Livestock Improvement 

Special Accounts — 



60,860 

60,860 


Agricultural Land Development 

Farm Income Assurance Fund 



971,953 

971,953 


Farm Income Insurance Plans 

22,240,000 



22 , 240,000 


Revenue Protection Plan 

14,000,000 



14 , 000,000 



36 , 240,000 

0 

0 

36 , 240,000 


Livestock Protection 

Less transfer to the Farm Income Assurance Fund Special 

21,000 



21,000 


Account from Vote 14 

Less transfer from the General Account to the Provincial 

( 13 , 120 , 000 ) 



( 13 , 120 , 000 ) 


Treasury Operations Special Account 



( 150 , 000 ) 

( 150 , 000 ) 


Valuation Allowance 



22,030 

22,030 


93 , 458,000 

0 

904,843 

94 , 362,843 


Breakdown of Other Authorizations — 

Statutory Appropriation — Special Account 971 ,953 

Statutory Appropriation 60,860 

Inter-account transfer (150,000) 

Valuation Allowance 22,030 

904,843 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


H 35 


-Actual Expenditure by Group Account Classification- 


Salaries 

Operating 

Asset 

Grants and 

Other 


Total 

Net Under (Over) 

and Benefits 

Costs 

Acquisitions 

Contributions 

Expenditures 

Recoveries 

Expenditures 

Expenditure 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

260,280 

14,159 





274,439 

7,700 

3,381,429 

8,212,925 

632,880 

134,601 

31,502 


12 , 393,337 

532,748 

2,965,988 

2,003,694 

163,515 

20,197,028 

158,367 

(5,113,137) 

20 , 375,455 

8,561,011 

3,519,739 

1,487,463 

166,673 

402,395 

7 


5 , 576,277 

228,799 

11,425,898 

2,790,092 

232,543 

1,816,939 

616 

(187,442) 

16 , 078,646 

139,199 

21 , 293,054 

14 , 494,174 

1 , 195,611 

22 , 550,963 

1 90,492 

( 5 , 300 , 579 ) 

54 , 423,715 

9 , 461,757 

1 , 131,355 

661,800 

25,884 

3,750 



1 , 822,789 

37,220 

140,728 

255,385 

1,930 




398,043 

71,337 




1 , 160,000 



1 , 160,000 

2 , 660,000 


860 


60,000 



60,860 

0 




971,953 



971,953 

0 





12,903,269 


12 , 903,269 

9,336,731 





9,004,01 7 


9 , 004,017 

4,995,983 

0 

0 

0 

0 

21 , 907,286 

0 

21 , 907,286 

14 , 332,714 


2,312 


8,542 



10,854 

10,146 




( 8 , 583 , 124 ) 



( 8 , 583 , 124 ) 

( 4 , 536 , 876 ) 





( 150 , 000 ) 


( 150 , 000 ) 

0 





22,030 


22,030 

0 

22 , 825,417 

15 , 428,690 

1 , 223,425 

16 , 172,084 

21 , 969,808 

( 5 , 300 , 579 ) 

72 , 318,845 

22 , 043,998 


H 36 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry of Attorney General — (Unaudited) 


Vote 

No. Description 

18 Minister's Office 

19 Ministry Operations 

Administration and Management Services 

Court Services (net of recoveries) 

Legal Services 

Criminal Justice 

Justice Support Programs 

Corrections (net of recoveries) 

Adult Correctional Centres 

Youth Custody Centres 

Probation, Family and Community Services 

Management Services 

Inspection and Standards 

Police Services (net of recoveries) 

Management Services 

Provincial Policing 

Security Programs 

Provincial Emergency Program 

Motor Vehicles 

Management Services 

Traffic Safety and Licensing 

Commercial Transport and Inspection 

Liquor Control and Licensing 

Boards and Commissions (net of recoveries) 

Statutory Services 

20 Judiciary 

Superior Courts 

Provincial Courts 

21 Emergency Assistance 

Statutory — 

Unclaimed Money Act 

Firearms Acquisition Certificate Program 

Westar Timber Commission 

Family Maintenance and Enforcement Program 

John Howard Society 

Liquor Distribution Branch 

Compensation for the Taking of Resource Interests 

Oppal Commission 

Nemetz Commission 

Cariboo — Chilcotin Commission 

Special Accounts — 

Corrections Work Program 

Office of the Publ ic T rustee 

Valuation Allowance 


Estimated 

$ 

Total Appropriations 

Budget Other 

Re-allocations Authorizations 

$ $ 

Total 

Appropriations 

$ 

386,191 



386,191 

40,556,345 

1,641,863 


42,198,208 

115,106,656 

(1,454,104) 


113,652,552 

19,265,605 

308,867 


19,574,472 

35,178,763 

2,337,588 

2,478,000 

39,994,351 

100,756,041 

(38,185) 

1 5,450,000 

116,167,856 

114,265,269 

1,750,207 


116,015,476 

18,668,483 

793,248 


19,461,731 

44,769,010 

268,268 


45,037,278 

7,662,556 

1,242,142 


8,904,698 

485,380 

(31,516) 


453,864 

13,044,144 

(548,332) 


12,495,812 

121,144,195 

(4,220,000) 


116,924,195 

920,144 

147,288 


1,067,432 

2,821,583 

235,405 


3,056,988 

11,728,618 

1,270,718 


1 2,999,336 

24,583,780 

(2,914,816) 


21,668,964 

16,555,543 

(728,769) 


15,826,774 

4,340,047 

(77,297) 


4,262,750 

12,448,083 

17,425 

505,000 

12,970,508 

1 5,000,000 


35,143,718 

50,143,718 

719,300,245 

0 

53,576,718 

772,876,963 

7,685,112 



7,685,112 

20,996,726 



20,996,726 

28,681,838 

0 

0 

28,681,838 

803,500 


325,000 

1,128,500 



264,960 

264,960 

n 



6,304 

u 

6,304 




0 




0 



276,885 

276,885 



1 73,003 

1 73,003 



883,637 

883,637 



129,171 

129,171 



359,156 

359,156 

1,100,000 



1,100,000 

9,274,226 


3,827,028 

9,274,226 

3,827,028 

759,546,000 

0 

59,821,862 

819,367,862 


Breakdown of Other Authorizations — 

Statutory Appropriation — within Vote 35,143,71 8 

Special Warrant No. 1 325,000 

Special Warrant No. 2 18,433,000 

Statutory Appropriations 2,093,1 1 6 

Valuation Allowance 3,827,028 


59,821,862 


PUBLIC ACCOU NTS 1 992/93 


H 37 






uup nccuu i ii id 331 1 




Salaries 

Operating 

Asset 

Grants and 

Other 


Total 

Net Under (Over) 

and Benefits 

Costs 

Acquisitions 

Contributions 

Expenditures 

Recoveries 

Expenditures 

Expenditure 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

340,826 

29,104 

2,199 




372,129 

14,062 

15,967,430 

21,249,114 

3,740,739 

1,266,125 

5,433 

(31,625) 

42,197,216 

992 

50,615,390 

61,591,726 

1,376,670 


120,509 

(60,000) 

1 1 3,644,295 

8,257 

9,003,331 

10,146,242 

320,624 

6,000 

95,589 


19,571,786 

2,686 

12,448,450 

26,834,351 

391,489 


315,646 


39,989,936 

4,415 

10,013,237 

5,898,127 

1,909,744 

98,330,448 

9,582 


116,161,138 

6,718 

57,087,791 

48,470,499 

2,483,646 

13,104,480 

9,354 

(5,141,772) 

116,013,998 

1,478 

18,091,048 

7,943,815 

111,155 

3,414,089 

1,190 

(10,104,723) 

19,456,574 

5,157 

21,884,039 

8,189,072 

213,349 

14,748,636 

203 


45,035,299 

1,979 

5,459,189 

2,941,895 

261,525 

207,647 

31,353 


8,901,609 

3,089 

373,450 

78,290 

393 




452,133 

1,731 

3,600,719 

4,770,675 

1,157,932 

3,339,595 

1,548 

(376,157) 

12,494,312 

1,500 

3,300 

743,012 

45 

116,175,324 



116,921,681 

2,514 

777,410 

256,209 

35,406 


2,038 

(5,684) 

1,065,379 

2,053 

1,526,721 

1,167,314 

44,141 

478,373 


(162,947) 

3,053,602 

3,386 

4,056,759 

7,571,607 

1,008,271 

263,010 

95,187 


12,994,834 

4,502 

11,626,632 

9,221,318 

360,727 

455,000 

204 


21,663,881 

5,083 

11,117,830 

4,610,004 

110,500 


2,009 

(24,806) 

15,815,537 

11,237 

3,195,404 

835,080 

215,264 


628 


4,246,376 

16,374 

4,078,735 

10,387,630 

357,382 

7,579,515 

767 

(9,357,873) 

13,046,156 

(75,648) 

623,498 

5,780,479 

99,024 

20,383,977 

23,256,740 


50,143,718 

0 

241,550,363 

238,686,459 

14,198,026 

279,752,219 

23,947,980 

(25,265,587) 

772,869,460 

7,503 

6,316,930 

937,423 

306,542 




7,560,895 

124,217 

18,692,990 

1,957,039 

223,576 

20,828 



20,894,433 

102,293 

25,009,920 

2,894,462 

530,118 

20,828 

0 

0 

28,455,328 

226,510 

114,750 

964,204 

2,515 



(34,491) 

1,046,978 

81,522 





264,960 


264,960 

0 

20,096 

32,977 

6,304 



(59,377) 

0 

0 


6,304 





6,304 

0 




75,331 


(75,331) 

0 

0 


32,000 




(32,000) 

0 

0 



276,885 




276,885 

0 


1 73,003 





173,003 

0 


759,794 

123,783 


60 


883,637 

0 


129,171 





129,171 

0 

24,298 

318,183 

16,675 




359,156 

0 


473,434 

50,442 

396,850 



920,726 

179,274 

4,193,340 

4,510,839 

480,483 


160,994 

(229,280) 

9,116,376 

157,850 





3,827,028 


3,827,028 

0 

271,253,593 

249,009,934 

15,687,430 

280,245,228 

28,201,022 

(25,696,066) 

818,701,141 

666,721 


H 38 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry of Economic Development, Small Business and Trade — (Unaudited) 


Vote 



TotalAppropriations 

Budget Other 

Total 

No. 

Description 

Estimated 

Re-allocations 

Authorizations 

Appropriations 



$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

22 

Minister's Office 

326,000 



326,000 

23 

Ministry Operations 






Government Agents and Management Services (net of 






recoveries) 

Government Agents 

23,973,526 

(16,766,735) 


7,206,791 


Management Services 

Development 

20,623,752 

2,969,142 


23,592,894 


Economic Development 

6,486,659 

(2,056,197) 


4,430,462 


Business Development 

9,820,024 

(3,492,250) 


6,327,774 


Regional Development 

5,799,669 

(1,752,334) 


4,047,335 


International Trade and Investment (net of recoveries) 

11,022,370 

(1,130,633) 


9,891,737 


Policy and Planning 


2,030,872 


2,030,872 


Industry and Investment 


2,320,751 


2,320,751 


B.C. Investment 


153,000 


153,000 


Community and Regional Development 


17,724,384 


1 7,724,384 


Reserves for Doubtful Accounts 

10,850,000 



10,850,000 



88,576,000 

0 

0 

88,576,000 


Statutory — 






Employee Secondment Outside of Government 




0 


Job Protection Commission 

Orenda/First Nations Socio-Economic Impact Assessment 




0 


Study 

Special Accounts — 




0 


Industrial Incentive Fund 



1,586,080 

1,586,080 


Small Business Incentive Fund 



214,012 

214,012 


Special Fund — 

Natural Resource Community Fund 

Less transfer from the General Account to the Provincial 

4,600,000 



4,600,000 


Treasury Operations Special Account 



(726,250) 

(726,250) 


Valuation Allowance 



3,664,000 

3,664,000 



93,502,000 

0 

4,737,842 

98,239,842 


Breakdown of Other Authorizations — 






Statutory Appropriation — Special Accounts 

1,800,092 





Inter-account transfer 

(726,250) 





Valuation Allowance 

3,664,000 

4,737,842 





PUBLIC ACCOU NTS 1 992/93 


H 39 


Salaries 

Operating 

Actu 

Asset 

lal Expenditure by Gr 

Grants and 

oup Account Classification 

Other 

Total 

Net Under (Over) 

and Benefits 

Costs 

Acquisitions 

Contributions 

Expenditures Recoveries 

Expenditures 

Expenditure 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ $ 

$ 

$ 

251,016 

29,950 

0 

0 

0 0 

280,966 

45,034 


5,538,242 

492,553 

57,276 


515 


6,088,586 

1,118,205 

4,570,388 

8,938,553 

997,139 

6,870,000 

811,078 

(11,380) 

22,175,778 

1,417,116 

2,193,173 

607,371 

9,121 

1,582,589 



4,392,254 

38,208 

2,724,137 

2,076,851 

29,925 

786,485 



5,617,398 

710,376 

1,558,218 

903,852 

7,187 

1,551,680 



4,020,937 

26,398 

3,565,238 

3,531,058 

36,697 

3,213,223 

2,540 

(689,351) 

9,659,405 

232,332 

497,034 

1,539,631 

4,177 




2,040,842 

(9,970) 

926,746 

836,250 

9,490 

548,025 


7,000 

2,327,511 

(6,760) 

84,416 

71,734 

67 




156,217 

(3,217) 

9,625,243 

6,164,123 

177,126 

1,634,774 


(262,723): 

17,338,543 

385,841 





(206,510) 


(206,510) 

11,056,510 

31,282,835 

25,161,976 

1,328,205 

16,186,776 

607,623 

(956,454) 

73,610,961 

14,965,039 

40,698 





(40,698) 

0 

0 


74,135 




(74,135) 

0 

0 


42,500 




(42,500) 

0 

0 




1,586,080 



1,586,080 

0 




214,012 



214,012 

0 







0 

4,600,000 





(726,250) 


(726,250) 

0 





3,664,000 


3,664,000 

0 

31,574,549 

25,308,561 

1,328,205 

17,986,868 

3,545,373 

(1,113,787) 

78,629,769 

19,610,073 


H 40 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry of Education and Minister Responsible for Multiculturalism and 
Human Rights — (Unaudited) 


Vote 

No. Description 

24 Minister's Office 

25 Ministry Operations 

Deputy Minister's Office 

Finance and Administration 

Independent, National and International Education (net of 

recoveries) 

Educational Programs (net of recoveries) 

Policy and Evaluation (net of recoveries) 

British Columbia Council of Human Rights 

Immigration Policy and Programs (net of recoveries) 

Multiculturalism 

26 Public Schools Education 

Contribution for Schools — Operating 

Contribution for Schools — Debt Service 

Contribution for Schools Support 

27 Independent Schools 

Statutory — 

Canadian Official Languages Program 

Construction of Native Schools 

Valuation Allowance 


-Total Appropriations- 



Budget 

Other 

Total 

■ Estimated 

Re-allocations 

Authorizations 

Appropriations 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

398,558 



398,558 

3,672,194 



3 , 672,194 

11,968,643 



11 , 968,643 

7,520,770 



7 , 520,770 

31,596,213 

(290,000) 


31 , 306,213 

26,705,584 

290,000 


26 , 995,584 

2,345,229 



2 , 345,229 

3,797,605 



3 , 797,605 

1,050,000 



1 , 050,000 

88 , 656,238 

0 

0 

88 , 656,238 

3,078,658,162 



3 , 078 , 658,162 

284,780,000 



284 , 780,000 

40,058,876 



40 , 058,876 

3 , 403 , 497,038 

0 

0 

3 , 403 , 497,038 

96 , 855,166 


2 , 600,000 

99 , 455,166 




0 




0 



412,469 

412,469 

3 , 589 , 407,000 

0 

3 , 012,469 

3 , 592 , 419,469 


Breakdown of Other Authorizations — 


Special Warrant No. 3 2,600,000 

Valuation Allowance 412,469 

3 , 012,469 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


H 41 


-Actual Expenditure by Group AccountClassification- 


Salaries 

Operating 

Asset 

Grants and 

Other 

Total 

Net Under (Over) 

and Benefits 

Costs 

Acquisitions 

Contributions 

Expenditures 

Recoveries Expenditures 

Expenditure 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ $ 

$ 

359,601 

27,970 

2,401 



389,972 

8,586 

765,703 

1,273,876 

48,330 

990,297 


3 , 078,206 

593,988 

3,923,939 

6,461,116 

247,167 

9,040 

16,775 

10 , 658,037 

1,310,606 

1,490,427 

4,166,921 

1 73,785 

2,641,924 


(2,258,219) 6 , 214,838 

1,305,932 

6,115,090 

13,613,888 

950,057 

10,407,208 


(1,590,357) 29 , 495,886 

1,810,327 

4,782,269 

9,836,612 

732,307 

11,850,314 


(214,367) 26 , 987,135 

8,449 

1,273,282 

755,168 

92,721 

124,212 


2 , 245,383 

99,846 

1,333,158 

724,068 

67,347 

1,525,669 


(18,570) 3 , 631,672 

165,933 

119,575 

230,535 

16,298 

591,905 


958,313 

91,687 

19 , 803,443 

37 , 062,184 

2 , 328,012 

28 , 140,569 

16,775 

( 4 , 081 , 513 ) 83 , 269,470 

5 , 386,768 




3,052,293,217 


3 , 052 , 293,217 

26,364,945 




264,493,248 


264 , 493,248 

20,286,752 




39,891,743 


39 , 891,743 

167,133 

0 

0 

0 

3 , 356 , 678,208 

0 

0 3 , 356 , 678,208 

46 , 818,830 




99 , 277,435 


99 , 277,435 

177,731 

188,935 

1 , 961,786 

58,368 

8 , 958,815 


( 11 , 167 , 904 ) 0 

0 




2 , 798,000 


( 2 , 798 , 000 ) 0 

0 





41 2,469 

412,469 

0 


20 , 351,979 


39 , 051,940 


2 , 388,781 3 , 495 , 853,027 


429,244 ( 18 , 047 , 417 ) 3 , 540 , 027,554 


52 , 391,915 


H 42 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources — (Unaudited) 


Vote 

No. Description 

28 Minister's Office 

29 Ministry Operations 

Administration and Support Services 

Executive Management 

Energy Resources 

Mineral Resources 

Mineral Development Agreement 

30 British Columbia Utilities Commission and Energy Council 

British Columbia Utilities Commission 

British Columbia Energy Council 

Recoveries 

31 Fort Nelson Indian Band Mineral Revenue Sharing Agreement 
Statutory — 

Interest on Revenue Refunds 

Amoco Canada Company Ltd 

Mines Improvement 

Special Account — 

Vancouver Island Natural Gas Pipeline Assistance 

FinancingTransaction — Concessionary Loans 



Total Appropriations 



Budget 

Other 

Total 

Estimated 

Re-allocations 

Authorizations 

Appropriations 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

296,000 



296,000 

6,450,386 

76,830 


6 , 527,216 

1,052,765 

(320) 


1 , 052,445 

9,779,418 

(23,201) 


9 , 756,217 

18,731,421 

(53,309) 


18 , 678,112 

1 ,280,000 



1 , 280,000 

37 , 293,990 

0 

0 

37 , 293,990 

3,470,000 



3 , 470,000 

2,200,000 



2 , 200,000 

(5,669,990) 



( 5 , 669 , 990 ) 

10 

0 

0 

10 

300,000 



300,000 



509,387 

509,387 




0 



1 7,875 

17,875 

4 , 800,000 



4 , 800,000 



24 , 474,461 

24 , 474,461 

42 , 690,000 

0 

25 , 001,723 

67 , 691,723 


Breakdown of Other Authorizations — 

Statutory Appropriations 527,262 

FinancingTransaction — Concessionary Loans 24,474,461 

25 , 001,723 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


H 43 






r\cv.uui 1 1 iaaa 1 1 iv 




Salaries 

Operating 

Asset 

Grants and 

Other 


Total 

Net Under (Over) 

and Benefits 

Costs 

Acquisitions 

Contributions 

Expenditures 

Recoveries 

Expenditures 

Expenditure 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

267,681 

26,367 





294,048 

1,952 

3,007,709 

2,841,470 

581,950 


8,704 


6,439,833 

87,383 

541,041 

490,603 

11,217 




1,042,861 

9,584 

5,485,453 

3,564,076 

274,420 

109,000 



9,432,949 

323,268 

11,616,811 

5,907,006 

277,621 

238,042 



18,039,480 

638,632 

8,588 

921,608 

66,371 

92,500 



1,089,067 

190,933 

20,659,602 

13,724,763 

1,211,579 

439,542 

8,704 

0 

36,044,190 

1,249,800 

1,791,902 

1,545,211 

50,034 




3,387,147 

82,853 

259,274 

970,036 

112,688 




1,341,998 

858,002 






(4,729,145) 

(4,729,145) 

(940,845) 

2,051,176 

2,515,247 

162,722 

0 

0 

(4,729,145) 

0 

10 




172,054 



1 72,054 

127,946 


509,387 





509,387 

0 


40,000 




(40,000) 

0 

0 


1 7,875 





1 7,875 

0 




2,882,300 



2,882,300 

1,917,700 




24,474,461 



24,474,461 

0 

22,978,459 

16,833,639 

1,374,301 

27,968,357 

8,704 

(4,769,145) 

64,394,315 

3,297,408 


H 44 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks — (Unaudited) 


Vote 

No. Description 

32 Minister's Office 

33 Ministry Operations 

Administration and Support Services 

Environmental Appeal Board 

B.C. Environment (net of recoveries) 

Environmental Protection 

Water Management 

Pesticide Management 

Environmental Assessment 

Fisheries 

Wildlife 

Integrated Management 

Regional Operations and Enforcement 

B.C. Lands (net of recoveries) 

Lands Services 

Surveys and Resource Mapping 

Lands Operations 

B.C. Parks (net of recoveries) 

Parks Program Management 

Parks Operations and Development 

34 Corporate Inventory Initiative 

Statutory — 

State of Environment 

Commerical Filming 

Economic Instruments 

Pesticide Use Study 

Hypo Bio Gas and Oil Co. Ltd 

Parkdale Creek 

Maple Ridge 

Special Accounts — 

Crown Land 

Habitat Conservation Fund 

Less transfer to the General Account from the Crown Land 

Special Account 

Valuation Allowance 



TotalAppropriations — : 



Budget 

Other 

Total 

Estimated 

Re-allocations 

Authorizations 

Appropriations 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

347,279 



347,279 

46,616,360 

(199,177) 


46 , 417,183 

267,227 



267,227 

22,007,592 

(1,662,039) 


20 , 345,553 

13,335,748 

(261,214) 


13 , 074,534 

1,044,323 

(309,488) 


734,835 

871,946 

73,756 


945,702 

6,537,602 

337,323 


6 , 874,925 

6,456,913 

(455,609) 


6 , 001,304 

1,746,040 

430,358 


2 , 176,398 

56,537,398 

673,188 


57 , 210,586 

10,999,313 

622,415 


11 , 621,728 

11,208 ,752 

239,788 


11 , 448,540 

10,899,535 

260,243 


11 , 159,778 

4,745,517 

247,431 


4 , 992,948 

30,710,755 

3,025 


30 , 713,780 

223 , 985,021 

0 

0 

223 , 985,021 

10 , 000,000 



10 , 000,000 




0 




0 




0 




0 



367,683 

367,683 



95,122 

95,122 



184,322 

184,322 

4 , 558,700 


366 , 548,375 

371 , 107,075 

2 , 770,000 



2 , 770,000 



( 367 , 485 , 212 ) 

( 367 , 485 , 212 ) 



1 , 435,353 

1 , 435,353 

241 , 661,000 

0 

1 , 145,643 

242 , 806,643 


Breakdown of Other Authorizations — 

Statutory Appropriation — Special Account 366,548,375 

Statutory Appropriations 647,127 

Inter-account transfer (367,485,212) 

Valuation Allowance 1,435,353 

1 , 145,643 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


H 45 


-Actual Expenditure by Group Account Classification- 










Salaries 
and Benefits 
$ 

Operating 

Costs 

$ 

Asset 

Acquisitions 

$ 

Grants and 
Contributions 
$ 

Other 

Expenditures 

$ 

Recoveries 

$ 

Total 

Expenditures 

$ 

Net Under (Over) 
Expenditure 
$ 

301,586 

26,107 

2,802 




330,495 

16,784 

8,561,294 

33,208,233 

1,796,054 

1,192,299 

72,754 


44 , 830,634 

1,586,549 

42,000 

198,104 

2,547 




242,651 

24,576 

6,754,530 

12,014,671 

1,258,010 

675,854 


(7,383,567) 

13 , 319,498 

7,026,055 

7,688,816 

4,466,615 

557,274 

782,636 


(1,190,654) 

12 , 304,687 

769,847 

323,771 

377,840 

4,145 


130,181 

(129,127) 

706,810 

28,025 

760,078 

123,700 

59,410 




943,188 

2,514 

4,703,287 

2,015,961 

239,399 

150,615 


(421,864) 

6 , 687,398 

187,527 

3,406,002 

1,926,456 

145,908 

345,594 


(128,469) 

5 , 695,491 

305,813 

1,208,154 

828,428 

78,202 

17,615 



2 , 132,399 

43,999 

39,233,887 

15,943,180 

2,932,257 

314,242 


(1,536,196) 

56 , 887,370 

323,216 

7,021,297 

3,986,873 

577,360 




11 , 585,530 

36,198 

4,696,849 

9,591,384 

77,306 


620,802 

(3,675,632) 

11 , 310,709 

137,831 

10,009,956 

910,154 

175,019 


7,412 


11 , 102,541 

57,237 

3,371,485 

1,371,881 

180,441 

54,930 



4 , 978,737 

14,211 

13,867,953 

15,022,768 

918,279 



(247,475) 

29 , 561,525 

1,152,255 

111 , 649,359 

101 , 986,248 

9 , 001,611 

3 , 533,785 

831,149 

( 14 , 712 , 984 ) 

212 , 289,168 

11 , 695,853 

833,036 

6 , 794,858 

1 , 267,000 

105,100 



8 , 999,994 

1 , 000,006 


115,900 




( 115 , 900 ) 

0 

0 


6,239 




( 6 , 239 ) 

0 

0 


1 3,000 




( 13 , 000 ) 

0 

0 


20,000 




( 20 , 000 ) 

0 

0 


367,683 





367,683 

0 


95,122 





95,122 

0 

347 

183,975 





184,322 

0 


360,162 

3 , 365,646 

367 , 485,212 

( 103 , 945 ) 


371 , 107,075 

0 

119,790 

2 , 017,327 

22,053 

378,539 


( 44 , 695 ) 

2 , 493,014 

276,986 




( 367 , 485 , 212 ) 



( 367 , 485 , 212 ) 

0 





1 , 435,353 


1 , 435,353 

0 

112 , 904,118 

111 , 986,621 

13 , 659,112 

4 , 017,424 

2 , 162,557 

( 14 , 912 , 818 ) 

229 , 817,014 

12 , 989,629 


H 46 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry of Finance and Corporate Relations — (Unaudited) 


Vote 

No. 


Description 


35 Minister's Office 

36 Ministry Operations 

Registries and Ministry Support Services (net of recoveries) 

Treasury Board Staff 

Economics and Policy 

Government Personnel Services (net of recoveries) 

Planning and Statistics (net of recoveries) 

Office of the Comptroller General 

Revenue Operations . 

Financial Institutions Commission (net of recoveries) 

TRIUMF/KAON 

37 Crown Corporations Secretariat 

38 Pensions and Employee Benefits Contributions 

Pension Contributions and Retirement Benefits (net of 
recoveries) 

Provincial Pension 

Miscellaneous Statutory Items 

Canada Pension 

Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation... 

Death and Retiring Benefits 

Employee Health, Insurance and Other Benefits (net of 
recoveries) 

Extended Health and Dental 

Group Insurance 

Medical Services Plan 

Long Term Disability 

Unemployment Insurance 

Workers' Compensation 

Other Benefits 

Recoveries from Special Offices and Ministries 

39 Contributions to British Columbia Ferry Corporation 

Operating Contribution 

Capital Contribution 

40 Contributions to British Columbia Transit 

Operating Contribution 

Capital Contribution 

Statutory — 

Interest on Revenue Refunds 

Federal Government Tobacco Tax Collection 

Loans Administration Fee 

Special Accounts — 

British Columbia Securities Commission 

Provincial Home Acquisition 

Provincial Treasury Operations 

Special Fund— 

British Columbia Endowment Fund 

Less transfer to the Provincial Treasury Operations Spe- 
cial Account from Vote 36 

Less transfer to the Provincial Treasury Operations Spe- 
cial Account from the General Account 






Budget 

Other 

Total 

Estimated 

Re-allocations 1 

Authorizations 

Appropriations 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

325,213 



325,213 

22,350,475 

617,263 


22,967,738 

3,278,746 

295,650 


3,574,396 

3,645,231 

(1,652,913) 


1,992,318 

7,130,753 

775,000 


7,905,753 

2,768,128 

(35,000) 


2,733,128 

12,119,922 



12,119,922 

25,409,885 



25,409,885 

3,797,157 



3,797,157 

794,400 



794,400 

81,294,697 

0 

0 

81,294,697 

10 



10 

84,000,000 


3,723,216 

87,723,216 

800,000 



800,000 

18,800,000 



18,800,000 

200,000 



200,000 

1,050,000 



1,050,000 

29,000,000 

(4,989,192) 


24,010,808 

4,800,000 

(522,596) 


4,277,404 

26,000,000 

522,621 


26,522,621 

14,500,000 

1,449,055 


15,949,055 

26,600,000 

5,167,362 

25 

31,767,387 

7,020,000 

(1,449,055) 


5,570,945 

8,770,010 

(178,195) 


8,591,815 

(221,540,000) 



(221,540,000) 

10 

0 

3,723,241 

3,723,251 

23,500,000 

(30,932,000) 


(7,432,000) 

26,190,000 

(18,723,000) 


7,467,000 

49,690,000 

(49,655,000) 

0 

35,000 

118,913,000 



1 1 8,91 3,000 

116,750,000 



116,750,000 

235,663,000 

0 

0 

235,663,000 



1,097,425 

1,097,425 



293,812 

293,812 



1,427,217 

1,427,217 

8,449,726 



8,449,726 

250,000 



250,000 

19,251,076 



19,251,076 



15,000,000 

15,000,000 

(3,466,732) 



(3,466,732) 



(1,427,217) 

(1,427,217) 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


H 47 






rvLtwui ii v^iaadii i 1 




Salaries 

Operating 

Asset 

Grants and 

Other 


Total 

Net Under (Over) 

and Benefits 

Costs 

Acquisitions 

Contributions 

Expenditures 

Recoveries 

Expenditures 

Expenditure 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

263,382 

35,090 

10,914 




309,386 

15,827 

10,537,535 

5,932,750 

676,784 

3,328,732 

137,999 

(495,157) 

20,118,643 

2,849,095 

2,794,424 

724,821 

53,994 




3,573,239 

1,157 

1,562,607 

416,848 

6,372 




1,985,827 

6,491 

4,484,909 

3,944,538 

156,630 



(686,401) 

7,899,676 

6,077 

2,080,557 

743,445 

48,698 



(202,389) 

2,670,311 

62,817 

6,440,903 

4,870,103 

637,363 


8 


11,948,377 

171,545 

15,302,835 

8,656,668 

792,060 




24,751,563 

658,322 

4,188,722 ■ 

1,509,701 

227,895 



(2,334,797) 

3,591,521 

205,636 

32,265 

17,700 


421,503 



471,468 

322,932 

47,424,757 

26,816,574 

2,599,796 

3,750,235 

138,007 

(3,718,744) 

77,010,625 

4,284,072 

440,748 

1,582,169 

30,845 



(2,053,762) 

0 

10 

96,349,722 





(8,626,506) . ; 

87,723,216 

0 

1,059,171 





(259,171) 

800,000 

0 

22,976,535 





(4,176,535) 

18,800,000 

0 

405,276 





(205,276) 

200,000 

0 

1,251,059 





(201,059) 

1,050,000 

0 

31,802,701 





(7,791,893) 

24,010,808 

0 

6,338,129 





(2,060,725) ; 

4,277,404 

0 

27,778,219 





(1,255,614) 

26,522,605 

16 

18,192,637 





(2,243,582) 

15,949,055 

0 

42,009,800 





(10,242,413) 

31,767,387 

0 

8,577,876 





(3,006,931) 

5,570,945 

0 

9,351,753 





(759,938) 

8,591,815 

0 

89 





(221,540,083) 

(221,539,994) 

(6) 

266,092,967 

0 

0 

0 

0 

(262,369,726) 

3,723,241 

10 







0 

(7,432,000) 







0 

7,467,000 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

35,000 




113,812,565 



113,812,565 

5,100,435 




113,134,242 



113,134,242 

3,615,758 

0 

0 

0 

226,946,807 

0 

0 

226,946,807 

8,716,193 


1,097,425 





1,097,425 

0 


293,812 





293,812 

0 





1,427,217 


1,427,217 

0 

4,597,919 

3,295,604 

558,470 



(342,500) 

8,109,493 

340,233 


177,820 



(2,224,214) 


(2,046,394) 

2,296,394 

7,527,902 

5,660,993 

657,852 

19,811 

4,708,959 

(8,567,374) 

10,008,143 

9,242,933 




15,000,000 



15,000,000 

0 




(3,328,732) 



(3,328,732) 

(138,000) 





(1,427,217) 


(1,427,217) 

0 


H 48 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry of Finance and Corporate Relations — Continued — (Unaudited) 


Vote 

No. Description 

Less transfer to the Natural Resource Community Fund 
Special Fund from the British Columbia Endowment 

Fund Special Fund 

Valuation Allowance 


Estimated 

$ 


Total Appropriations 


Budget 

Other 

Total 

Re-allocations 1 

Authorizations 

Appropriations 

$ 

$ 

$ 


( 15 , 000 , 000 ) ( 15 , 000 , 000 ) 

15 , 171,826 15 , 171,826 

391 , 457,000 ( 49 , 655 , 000 ) 20 , 286,304 362 , 088,304 


Breakdown of Other Authorizations — 

Statutory Appropriation — within Vote 3,723,241 

Statutory Appropriation — Special Fund 1 5,000,000 

Statutory Appropriations 2,818,454 

Valuation Allowance 15,171,826 

Inter-account transfers (1 6,427,21 7) 

20 , 286,304 


'See Page H74 for breakdown of balance of Budget Re-allocations. 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


H 49 


Salaries 
and Benefits 
$ 

Operating 

Costs 

$ 

Asset 

Acquisitions 

$ 

Cl 1 LAfJCI ICIIICII t Kjy VJ 1 V 

Grants and 
Contributions 
$ 

jKAyj / xccuu i ii v, iaaai 1 1 

Other 

Expenditures 

$ 

Recoveries 

$ 

Total 

Expenditures 

$ 

Net Under (Over) 
Expenditure 
$ 




(15,000,000) 

15,171,826 


(15,000,000) 

15,171,826 

0 

0 

326,347,675 

38,959,487 

3,857,877 

227,388,121 

17,794,578 

(277,052,106) 

337,295,632 

24,792,672 


H 50 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry of Forests — (Unaudited) 




Total Appropriations 

Budget Other 

Total 

Description 

Estimated 

Re-allocations 

Authorizations 

Appropriations 


$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

Minister's Office 

Ministry Operations 

377,000 



377,000 

Management Services 





Forest Renewal Plan 

8,131,379 



8,131,379 

Support for Other Programs 

103,422,579 



103,422,579 

Harvesting (net of recoveries) 

Research (net of recoveries) 

56,935,256 



56,935,256 

Forest Renewal Plan 

6,330,293 



6,330,293 

Support for Other Programs 

11,577,772 



11,577,772 

Integrated Resources Management 

Inventory (net of recoveries) 

29,910,999 



29,910,999 

Forest Renewal Plan 

12,571,938 



12,571,938 

Provincial Inventory 

Silviculture (net of recoveries) 

11,834,280 



11,834,280 

Provincial Silviculture Programs 

202,700,480 



202,700,480 

Forest Resource Development Agreement 

24,500,000 



24,500,000 


467,914,976 

0 

0 

467,914,976 

Fire Suppression Program 





Direct Fire Fighting (net of recoveries) 

21,019,400 


48,840,715 

69,860,115 

Fire Preparedness (net of recoveries) 

40,581,848 



40,581,848 


61,601,248 

0 

48,840,715 

110,441,963 

Forest Resources Commission 

Statutory — 

500,000 



500,000 

Interest on Revenue Refunds 

Special Accounts — 



3,606 

3,606 

Forest Stand Management Fund 

100,000 



100,000 

Small Business Forest Enterprise 

91,169,776 


127,225,563 

218,395,339 

South Moresby Implementation — Forest Replacement .. 
Less transfer to the General Account from the Small Busi- 

2,500,000 



2,500,000 

ness Forest Enterprise Special Account 



(141,502,439) 

(141,502,439) 

Valuation Allowance 



(1,331,669) 

(1,331,669) 


624,163,000 

0 

33,235,776 

657,398,776 


Breakdown of Other Authorizations — 

Statutory Appropriation — within Vote 48,840,71 5 

Statutory Appropriation — Special Account 1 27,225,563 

Statutory Appropriation 3,606 

Inter-account transfer (141,502,439) 

Valuation Allowance (1,331,669) 

33,235,776 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


H 51 


-Actual Expenditure by Group Account Classification- 


Salaries 
and Benefits 
$ 


Operating 

Asset 

Grants and 

Other 


Total 

Net Under (Over) 

Costs 

Acquisitions 

Contributions 

Expenditures 

Recoveries 

Expenditures 

Expenditure 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 


241,926 

1 1 3,466 

6,335 



( 3 , 607 ) 

358,120 

18,880 

3,669,897 

50,249,424 

47,178,972 

4,301,568 

52,877,854 

19,774,080 

919,008 

3,947,224 

3,371,285 

285,964 

25,758 

153,720 

(11,958,879) 

8 , 890,473 

107 , 539,944 

58 , 365,458 

(759,094) 

(4,117,365) 

(1,430,202) 

3,726,379 

8,249,754 

17,726,791 

3,674,476 

3,864,585 

12,839,755 

185,089 

227,777 

1,268,209 

1,980,678 


(120,000) 

(597,547) 

(683,368) 

7 , 465,944 

11 , 744,569 

33 , 132,065 

(1,135,651) 

(166,797) 

(3,221,066) 

3,023,826 

5,491,385 

7,386,638 

4,623,898 

1,303,888 

1,068,132 



(528,994) 

11 , 714,352 

10 , 654,421 

857,586 

1,179,859 

40,196,822 

2,280,607 

141,407,025 

20,504,001 

4,538,785 

164,265 

139,708 


(6,531,853) 

83,076 

179 , 610,779 

23 , 171,657 

23,089,701 

1,328,343 

181 , 793,857 

271 , 253,880 

16 , 993,662 

2 , 406,350 

25,758 

( 20 , 183 , 845 ) 

452 , 289,662 

15 , 625,314 

18,657,317 

14,359,300 

50,439,019 

25,765,565 

1,918,128 

1,652,168 

51,889 


(1,154,349) 

(2,428,748) 

69 , 860,115 
39 , 400,1 74 

0 

1,181,674 

33 , 016,617 

100,638 

76 , 204,584 

735,904 

3 , 570,296 

330 

51,889 

0 

( 400 , 000 ) 

( 3 , 583 , 097 ) 

109 , 260,289 

436,872 

1 , 181,674 

63,128 


3,606 





3,606 

0 

48,230 

6 , 858,055 

53 , 747,395 

2 , 301,190 

5 , 376,083 

29,150 

141 , 502,439 


( 6 , 857 , 319 ) 

17 , 721,192 

736 

218 , 395,339 

2 , 330,340 

99,264 

0 

169,660 




( 141 , 502 , 439 ) 

( 1 , 331 , 669 ) 


( 141 , 502 , 439 ) 

( 1 , 331 , 669 ) 

0 

0 

215 , 201,268 

411 , 218,080 

25 , 975,856 

2 , 458,239 

( 1 , 705 , 911 ) 

( 12 , 906 , 676 ) 

640 , 240,856 

17 , 157,920 


H 52 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry of Government Services — (Unaudited) 


-Total Appropriations- 


Vote 

No. 

45 

46 


47 




Budget 

Other 

Total 

Description 

Estimated 

Re-allocations 

Authorizations 

Appropriations 


$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

Minister's Office 

Ministry Operations 

330,000 



330,000 

Administration and Support Services(net of recoveries) 

10,584,211 

(433,940) 


10 , 150,271 

Government Programs and Services(net of recoveries) 

Purchasing Commission (net of recoveries) 

61,572,166 

1,507,840 

2,200,000 

65 , 280,006 

Executive and Corporate Services 

1,818,120 

(114,000) 


1 , 704,120 

Product Sales and Services 

10 



10 

Purchasing and Supplier Development Services 

2,367,270 

(73,100) 


2 , 294,170 

Travel Management Services 

10,108,049 

(201,000) 


9 , 907,049 

Policy Coordination Office 

934,444 

162,700 


1 , 097,144 

Government Communications Office 

Coordination of Appointments to Agencies, Boards and 

4,985,710 

(848,500) 


4 , 137,210 

Commissions(net of recoveries) 

10 



10 


92 , 369,990 

0 

2 , 200,000 

94 , 569,990 

Pensions Administration 





Pensions Administration 

13,386,693 



13 , 386,693 

Recoveries from Pension Funds 

(13,386,683) 



( 13 , 386 , 683 ) 


10 

0 

0 

10 

Statutory — 





Expo 86 wind-up 

Canadian Council of Archives and National Archives of 



16 

16 

Canada 

Special Account — 




0 

Purchasing Commission Working Capital 



87,825 

87,825 

Valuation allowance 



116,341 

116,341 


92 , 700,000 

0 

2 , 404,182 

95 , 104,182 


Breakdown of Other Authorizations — 

Statutory Appropriation — Special Account 87,825 

Special Warrant No. 4 2,200,000 

Statutory Appropriation 16 

Valuation Allowance 116,341 

2 , 404,182 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


H 53 


-Actual Expenditure by Croup Account Classification- 


Salaries 
and Benefits 
$ 


Operating 

Asset 

Grants and 

Other 


Total 

Net Under (Over) 

Costs 

Acquisitions 

Contributions 

Expenditures 

Recoveries 

Expenditures 

Expenditure 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 


285,185 

8,407 

2,379 




295,971 

34,029 

3,812,632 

6,621,333 

649,399 

1 78,000 

1 70,073 

(1,357,523) 

10 , 073,914 

76,357 

7,472,263 

10,215,895 

338,416 

46,193,358 

199,112 

(95,134) 

64 , 323,910 

956,096 

1,413,754 

577,890 

22,399 


126,360 

(614,396) 

1 , 526,007 

178,113 

10,623,102 

26,266,483 

836,899 


28,775,407 

(66,502,007) 

( 116 ) 

126 

1,886,171 

674,062 

53,840 


860 

(115,229) 

2 , 499,704 

(205,534) 

5,800,574 

15,368,835 

2,658,872 


2,175 

(13,954,019); 

9 , 876,437 

30,612 

798,597 

213,043 

31,324 




1 , 042,964 

54,180 

1,107,898 

1,915,567 

109,667 




3 , 133,132 

1,004,078 

142,084 

62,794 

983 



(270,000) 

( 64 , 139 ) 

64,149 

33 , 057,075 

61 , 915,902 

4 , 701,799 

46 , 371,358 

29 , 273,987 

( 82 , 908 , 308 ) 

92 , 411,813 

2 , 158,177 

6,320,817 

5,062,61 2 

1,681,354 


73,728 


13 , 138,511 

248,182 






(13,139,134) 

( 13 , 139 , 134 ) 

(247,549) 

6 , 320,817 

5 , 062,612 

1 , 681,354 

0 

73,728 

( 13 , 139 , 134 ) 

( 623 ) 

633 


16 





16 

0 


24,860 




( 24 , 860 ) 

0 

0 

3 , 068,539 

5 , 019,834 

13 , 022,268 


16 , 483,248 

( 37 , 506 , 064 ) 

87,825 

0 





116,341 


116,341 

0 

42 , 731,616 

72 , 031,631 

19 , 407,800 

46 , 371,358 

45 , 947,304 

( 133 , 578 , 366 ) 

92 , 911,343 

2 , 192,839 


H 54 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry of Health and Minister Responsible for Seniors — (Unaudited) 




Total Appropriations 

Budget Other 

Total 

Description 

Estimated 

Re-allocations 

Authorizations 

Appropriations 


$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

Minister's Office 

Ministry Operations 

365,941 



365,941 

Management Operations (net of recoveries) 

Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse (net of 

100,146,059 

(1,520,584) 


98,625,475 

recoveries) 

Community and Family Health (net of recoveries) 

57,480,584 

(876,039) 


56,604,545 

Environmental, Family and Preventive Health 

168,435,715 

(7,644,797) 


160,790,918 

British Columbia Centre for Disease Control 

49,320,951 

(14,183,486) 


35,137,465 

Forensic Psychiatric Services 

33,081,548 

592,764 


33,674,312 

Mental Health 

Hospital Care Services 

247,918,821 

(4,836,944) 


243,081,877 

Program Management 

9,803,269 

1,741,714 


11,544,983 

Operating Contributions to Hospitals 

2,504,426,716 

21,723,325 

40,000,000 

2,566,150,041 

Hospital Construction and Renovation 

125,040,425 

(2,975,740) 


122,064,685 

Hospital Equipment 

Continuing Care Services 

47,441,884 

(2,819,722) 


44,622,162 

Program Management 

6,892,359 

14,158,110 


21,050,469 

Residential Care 

434,294,306 

(9,889,934) 


424,404,372 

Group Homes for the Handicapped 

7,156,992 

(1,124,681) 


6,032,311 

Long Term Care Assessments 

20,814,598 

2,451,812 


23,266,410 

Home Support Services 

Emergency Health Services (net of recoveries) 

183,183,633 

4,792,702 


187,976,335 

Program Management 

3,181,744 

(180,901) 


3,000,843 

Ambulance Services 

100,594,699 

592,401 


101,187,100 

Recoveries from Health Special Account 

(104,500,000) 



(104,500,000) 


3,994,714,303 

0 

40,000,000 

4,034,714,303 

Medical Services Commission and Pharmacare 





Medical Services Commission (net of recoveries) 





Administration 

34,175,270 

900,000 


35,075,270 

Medical Services Plan 

Pharmacare 

1,476,134,494 

(28,600,000) 


1,447,534,494 

Administration 

5,049,541 

690,000 


5,739,541 

Pharmacare Programs 

320,923,451 

27,010,000 


347,933,451 


1,836,282,756 

0 

0 

1,836,282,756 

Statutory — 





Child Care Programs 




0 

Elder Abuse in Communities Study 




0 

Extended Care Beds for Veterans 




0 

Geographic Disaster Information System 




0 

Heart Health 




0 

Inter-Provincial Reciprocal Agreements — Hospital Care... 
Inter-Provincial Reciprocal Agreements — Medical Ser- 




0 

vices by Physicians 




0 

Joint Emergency Preparedness Program 




0 

Sewage Disposal Assessment 




0 

Collection Agency Commissions 

Special Account — 



25,564 

25,564 

Health Special Account 

104,500,000 



104,500,000 

Valuation Allowance 



1,704,154 

1,704,154 


5,935,863,000 

0 

41,729,718 

5,977,592,718 


Breakdown of Other Authorizations — 


Special Warrant No. 5 40,000,000 

Statutory Appropriation 25,564 

Valuation Allowance 1,704,154 

41,729,718 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


H 55 


Salaries 

Operating 

Asset 

and Benefits 

Costs 

Acquisitions 

$ 

$ 

$ 

343,414 

17,719 


22,940,425 

59,696,212 

3,642,152 

11,116,476 

3,188,531 

984,890 

59,124,265 

12,876,678 

4,088,307 

11,012,156 

12,994,406 

552,087 

21,269,606 

3,656,730 

491,144 

31,489,216 

7,171,128 

1,877,728 

6,649,639 

2,923,945 

211 

583,138 


6,016,082 

13,762,724 

1,006,731 

8,524,234 

540,672 

61,318 

21,243,043 

2,080,563 

18,327 

1,586,094 

1,200,110 

19,846 

76,269,211 

22,772,344 

2,305,708 


Actual Expenditure by Group Account Classification- 


Grants and 
Contributions 
$ 

Other 

Expenditures 

$ 

Recoveries 

$ 

11,386,513 

471,706 

(357,106) 

38,112,165 


(460,308) 

83,797,970 

12,054,555 

10,816,807 

207,734,732 

1 ,040,407 

(136,942) 

(1,485,951) 

(2,560,904) 

(5,191,992) 

1,281,373 

2,552,213,262 

119,355,533 

44,622,162 



141,593 

424,117,532 

5,994,786 

13,902,771 

1 64,634,402 



2,816 

627,110 


(787,831) 


(104,500,000) 


277 , 240,447 142 , 864,254 


15 , 631,376 3 , 690 , 796,082 


1 , 512,113 ( 115 , 481 , 034 ) 


Total 

Expenditures 

$ 

361,133 

97 , 779,902 

52 , 941,754 

160 , 790,685 

35 , 127,253 

33 , 673,383 

243 , 080,812 

11 , 438,095 

2 , 552 , 213,473 

119 , 355,533 

44 , 622,162 

20 , 927,130 

424 , 117,532 

5 , 994,786 

23 , 028,995 

187 , 976,335 

2 , 808,866 

101 , 186,542 

( 104 , 500 , 000 ) 

4 , 012 , 563,238 


Net Under (Over) 
Expenditure 
$ 

4,808 

845,573 

3,662,791 

233 

10,212 

929 

1,065 

106,888 

13,936,568 

2,709,152 

0 

123,339 

286,840 

37,525 

237,415 

0 

191,977 

558 

0 

22 , 151,065 


16,812,319 16,902,418 


1,348,616 

1,433,005,700 


35 , 063,353 
(139,271) 1 , 432 , 866,429 


11,917 

14,668,065 


2,911,183 2,210,674 

9,232,673 


318,149 159,858 

338,691,524 


19 , 723,502 28 , 345,765 1 , 666,765 1 , 771 , 857,082 


5 , 599,864 1 39,677 

347 , 924,197 9,254 

0 ( 139 , 271 ) 1 , 821 , 453,843 14 , 828,913 


18,500 

30,000 

9,990 2,505 

22,168 


911,891 

34 , 659,350 


( 18 , 500 ) 

( 30 , 000 ) 

( 911 , 891 ) 

( 12 , 495 ) 

( 22 , 168 ) 

( 34 , 659 , 350 ) 


0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 


0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 


1,426 5,888 

25,000 


297 , 318,779 171 , 331,799 


15 , 767,246 


17 , 298,141 5 , 513 , 991,651 


( 15 , 767 , 246 ) 

( 7 , 314 ) 

( 25 , 000 ) 

25,564 

104 , 500,000 

1 , 704,154 

107 , 741,831 ( 167 , 074 , 269 ) 


0 0 

0 0 

0 0 

25,564 0 

104 , 500,000 0 

1 , 704,154 0 

5 , 940 , 607,932 36 , 984,786 


H 56 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry of Labour and Consumer Services — (Unaudited) 


Vote 

No. 




Total Appropriations 




Budget 

Other 

Total 

Description 

Estimated 

Re-allocations 

Authorizations 

Appropriations 


$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

Minister's Office 

Ministry Operations 

303,875 



303,875 

Administration and Support Services (net of recoveries) .... 

4,848,717 

(190,787) 


4,657,930 

Labour Relations 

12,036,697 

(190,308) 


11,846,389 

Industrial Relations Council 

Workers' Compensation Review Board and Compensation 

6,541,255 

506,095 


7,047,350 

Advisory Services (net of recoveries) 

10 



10 

Consumer Services 

6,992,446 

(125,000) 


6,867,446 

Constitutional Affairs 

300,000 



300,000 


30,719,125 

0 

0 

30,719,125 

Statutory — 





Special Accounts — 

Productivity Fund 

Lesstransfer to the General Account from the Productiv- 



500,000 

500,000 

ity Fund 



(500,000) 

(500,000) 


31,023,000 

0 

0 

31,023,000 


Breakdown of Other Authorizations — 
Statutory Appropriation — Special Account . 
Inter-account transfers 


500,000 

(500,000) 


0 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


H 57 


Salaries 
and Benefits 
$ 

285,211 

Operating 

Costs 

$ 

18,592 

Asset 

Acquisitions 

$ 

Grants and 
Contributions 
$ 

Other 

Expenditures 

$ 

Recoveries 

$ 

Total 

Expenditures 

$ 

303,803 

Net Under (Over) 
Expenditure 
$ 

72 

2,215,976 

7,551,462 

4,605,449 

2,006,374 

3,083,451 

2,382,786 

619,181 

267,017 

57,613 

27,160 

123,818 

39,167 

(417,412) 

4 , 490,446 

11 , 025,748 

7 , 045,848 

167,484 

820,641 

1,502 

6,546,661 

3,798,253 

2,823,210 

2,437,893 

237,030 

321,464 

204,558 

2,658 

1 0,000 

1,500 


(9,691,335) 

0 

6 , 450,704 

241,188 

10 

416,742 

58,812 

24 , 717,801 

12 , 970,744 

1 , 472,491 

162,478 

39,167 

( 10 , 108 , 747 ) 

29 , 253,934 

1 , 465,191 




500,000 



500,000 

0 




( 500 , 000 ) 



( 500 , 000 ) 

0 

25 , 003,012 

12 , 989,336 

1 , 472,491 

162,478 

39,167 

( 10 , 108 , 747 ) 

29 , 557,737 

1 , 465,263 


H 58 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Recreation and Housing — (Unaudited) 


— Total Appropriations 


Budget Other 

Total 


Description 

Estimated 

Re-allocations 

Authorizations 

Appropriations 


$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

Minister's Office 

Ministry Operations 

360,891 



360,891 

Administration and Support Services 

Local Government and Community Services (net of recov- 

8,033,562 

1 30,000 


8,163,562 

eries) 

44,444,397 

130,000 


44,574,397 

Assessment Services 

1,976,499 

40,000 


2,016,499 

Safety and Standards (net of recoveries) 

20,207,629 

350,000 


20,557,629 

University Endowment Lands (net of recoveries) 

3,608,587 

1 5,000 


3,623,587 

Housing Programs 

81,385,360 

(665,000) 


80,720,360 


159,656,034 

0 

0 

159,656,034 

Municipal Revenue Sharing 

Statutory — 

363,700,000 



363,700,000 

Home Owner Grant 



2,564,179 

2,564,179 

Cassiar District 

Special Accounts — 



871,379 

871,379 

Physical Fitness and Amateur Sports Fund 

1,550,000 


833 

1,550,833 

Revenue Sharing Fund 

335,052,075 



335,052,075 

University Endowment Lands Administration 

Less transfer to the Revenue Sharing Fund Special Account 

1,942,000 



1,942,000 

from Vote 55 

(363,700,000) 



(363,700,000) 

FinancingTransaction— Concessionary Loans 



3,282,898 

3,282,898 

Valuation Allowance 



778,859 

778,859 


498,561,000 

0 

7,498,148 

506,059,148 


Breakdown of Other Authorizations — 

Statutory Appropriation — Special Account 833 

Statutory Appropriations 3,435,558 

FinancingTransaction — Concessionary Loans 3,282,898 

Valuation Allowance 778,859 

7,498,148 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


H 59 


-Actual Expenditure by Group Account Classification- 


Salaries 

Operating 

Asset 

Grants and 

Other 


Total 

Net Under (Over) 

and Benefits 

Costs 

Acquisitions 

Contributions 

Expenditures 

Recoveries 

Expenditures 

Expenditure 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 


346,915 

13,076 

783 




360,774 

117 

3,043,563 

4,275,263 

808,760 


26,872 


8,154,458 

9,104 

5,358,217 

1,270,633 

109,378 

37,825,065 



44,563,293 

11,104 

377,510 

1,580,262 

52,051 




2,009,823 

6,676 

14,079,392 

4,865,877 

440,134 

717,200 



20,102,603 

455,026 

3,799,648 

1,974,426 

42,554 

79,830 


(2,278,311) 

3,618,147 

5,440 

323,597 

487,416 

48,996 

77,020,375 



77,880,384 

2,839,976 

26,981,927 

14,453,877 

1,501,873 

115,642,470 

26,872 

(2,278,311) 

156,328,708 

3,327,326 




363,700,000 



363,700,000 

0 




2,564,179 



2,564,179 

0 


871,379 





871,379 

0 


606,584 


944,249 



1,550,833 

0 




312,621,236 



312,621,236 

22,430,839 

890,677 

1,039,147 

5,638 

6,538 



1,942,000 

0 




(363,700,000) 



(363,700,000) 

0 




3,282,898 



3,282,898 

0 




778,859 



778,859 

0 

28,219,519 

16,984,063 

1,508,294 

435,840,429 

26,872 

(2,278,311) 

480,300,866 

25,758,282 


H 60 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry of Social Services — (Unaudited) 


— Total Appropriations 


Budget Other 

Total 


Description 

Estimated 

Re-allocations 

Authorizations 

Appropriations 


$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

Minister's Office 

Ministry Operations 

350,718 



350,718 

Administration and Support Services 

74,750,859 

1,860,000 


76,610,859 

Direct Community Services 

Services for Families and Children (net of recoveries) 

176,663,311 

9,210,000 


185,873,311 

Family Support Services 

85,595,690 

(5,500,000) 


80,095,690 

Child in Care Services 

Community Support Services (net of recoveries) 

128,276,708 

(1,436,058) 


1 26,840,650 

Day Care and Services for Special Needs Children 

97,601,425 

9,986,058 


107,587,483 

Programs for Mentally Handicapped Adults 

192,452,335 

(17,203,600) 


175,248,735 

Community Projects Funding 

7,265,563 

1 ,000,000 


8,265,563 

Woodlands 

Programs for Independance 

30,126,755 

■ (700,000) 


29,426,755 

Temporary Assistance and Income Assurance 

1,450,856,498 

(5,246,900) 

40,000,000 

1,485,609,598 

Health Care and Dental Services 

37,479,313 

9,300,000 


46,779,313 

Employment Initiatives Program 

Services to Seniors (net of recoveries) 

56,460,425 

(1 ,800,000) 


54,660,425 

Seniors Supplement 

17,520,000 

530,500 


18,050,500 

Bus Pass Program 

8,783,500 



8,783,500 

Seniors Counselling 

384,900 



384,900 


2,364,217,282 

0 

40,000,000 

2,404,217,282 

2,364,568,000 

0 

40,000,000 

2,404,568,000 


Breakdown of Other Authorizations — 

Special Warrant No. 6 40,000,000 


40,000,000 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


-Actual Expend iture by G rou p Accou nt Classif ication- 


Salaries 

Operating 

Asset 

Grants and 

Other 


Total 

and Benefits 

Costs 

Acquisitions 

Contributions 

Expenditures 

Recoveries 

Expenditures 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 


299,750 

23,799 

3,878 




327,427 

24,577,185 

141,890,675 

44,560,819 

38,636,560 

5,896,189 

1,271,724 

109,778 

(24,576) 

956,269 


76 , 100,240 

181 , 774,383 


307,718 

345,476 

1,661 

79,897,267 

126,295,153 


(2,1 64,528) 

80 , 204,985 

124 , 477,762 

21,456,846 

60,538 

5,799,616 

97,228 

85,370 

107,359,667 

173,589,098 

8,034,998 

864,306 


(351,487) 

107 , 359,667 

1 73 , 746,864 
8 , 034,998 
27 , 854,651 


7,872 

96 

4,406 


1,480,991,499 

46,156,890 

54,329,766 



1 , 480 , 999,371 
46 , 156,986 
54 , 334,1 72 




18,025,495 

10,058,900 

285,741 


(1,382,275) 

18 , 025,495 

8 , 676,625 

285,741 

187 , 924,706 

89 , 723,101 

7 , 352,172 

2 , 105 , 973,982 

956,269 

( 3 , 898 , 290 ) 

2 , 388 , 031,940 

188 , 224,456 

89 , 746,900 

7 , 356,050 

2 , 105 , 973,982 

956,269 

( 3 , 898 , 290 ) 

2 , 388 , 359,367 


H 61 


Net Under (Over) 
Expenditure 
$ 

23,291 

510,619 

4,098,928 

(109,295) 

2,362,888 

227,816 
1,501,871 
230,565 
. 1,572,104 

4,610,227 

622,327 

326,253 

25,005 

106,875 

99,159 

16 , 185,342 

16 , 208,633 


H 62 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry of Tourism and Minister Responsible for Culture — (Unaudited) 


Vote 

No. Description 

58 Minister's Office 

59 Ministry Operations 

Administration and Support Services 

Culture, Recreation and Historic Resources (net of recover- 
ies) 

Culture and Historic Resources 

Royal British Columbia Museum 

Tourism (net of recoveries) 

Tourism Services and Development 

Tourism Marketing 

Statutory — 

Museums Assistance Program — Public Programming 

Museums Assistance Program — Heritage Properties 

Pacific North West Economic Region 

Special Account — 

British Columbia Cultural Fund 



Total Appropriations 

Budget Other 

Total 

Estimated 

Re-allocations 

Authorizations 

Appropriations 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

308,000 



308,000 

5,687,000 

• (183,000) 


5,504,000 

25,856,000 

21,000 


25,877,000 

10,989,000 

415,000 


11,404,000 

6,201,000 

(228,000) 


5,973,000 

10,001,000 

(25,000) 


9,976,000 

58,734,000 

0 

0 

58,734,000 




0 




0 




0 

1,615,000 



1,615,000 

60,657,000 

0 

0 

60,657,000 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


H 63 


-Actual Expenditure by Group AccountClassification- 


Salaries 

Operating 

Asset 

Grants and 

Other 


Total 

Net Under (Over) 

and Benefits 

Costs 

Acquisitions 

Contributions 

Expenditures 

Recoveries 

Expenditures 

Expenditure 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 


285,841 

1 7,303 

729 




303,873 

4,127 

1,727,322 

2,973,284 

568,156 

56,328 

20,146 


5 , 345,236 

158,764 

4,901,270 

1,986,831 

531,410 

17,895,533 


(64,131) 

25 , 250,913 

626,087 

5,360,454 

5,741,135 

220,036 


290 

(91,759) 

11 , 230,156 

1 73,844 

2,293,693 

3,187,927 

46,344 

2,182,981 


(1,925,009) 

5 , 785,936 

187,064 

1,740,601 

3,852,066 

80,384 

4,311,442 


(152,980) 

9 , 831,513 

144,487 

16 , 023,340 

17 , 741,243 

1 , 446,330 

24 , 446,284 

20,436 

( 2 , 233 , 879 ) 

57 , 443,754 

1 , 290,246 


144,000 




( 144 , 000 ) 

0 

0 


20,000 




( 20 , 000 ) 

0 

0 


86,280 




( 86 , 280 ) 

0 

0 




1 , 611,812 



1 , 611,812 

3,188 

16 , 309,181 

18 , 008,826 

1 , 447,059 

26 , 058,096 

20,436 

( 2 , 484 , 159 ) 

59 , 359,439 

1 , 297,561 


H 64 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry of Transportation and Highways — (Unaudited) 


Vote 

No. Description 

60 Minister's Office 

61 Ministry Operations 

Administration and Support Services 

Transportation Policy, Planning and Municipal Programs 

Transportation Policy and Planning 

Municipal Contributions 

Highway Operations 

Highway Maintenance (net of recoveries) 

Roads and Bridges 

Ferries 

Highway Rehabilitation 

Roads 

Bridges and Ferries 

Highway Capital Construction 

Minor Highway Capital Construction 

Fraser River Crossing and Connectors 

Okanagan Connector 

Vancouver Island Highway 

Cassiar Connector 

Sea to Sky H ighway 

Trans-Canada Highway/Lower Mainland Section 

Highway #97 — Okanagan 

Barnet/Hastings Corridor 

Second Narrows Bridge and Approaches 

Contributions to the British Columbia Railway Company.. 

Statutory — 

Bear Creek Connector Functional Study 

Traffic Signal Installations/Vancouver Island 

Land's End Road Interchange 

Cycling Conference 

Mid Arm Bridge Study 

McBride Main St. Upgrade 

Town of Port McNeill 

McKenzie Avenue Interchange 

Contributions to British Columbia Ferry Corporation 

Operating Contribution 

Capital Contribution 

Valuation Allowance 



Total Appropriations 


Budget 

Other Total 

Estimated 

Re-allocations 1 

Authorizations Appropriations 

$ 

$ 

$ $ 

392,000 


392,000 

32,009,125 


32 , 009,125 

1 0,040,000 


10 , 040,000 

12,530,000 

(5,100,000) 

7 , 430,000 

37,791,757 


37 , 791,757 

339,071,402 

10,275,000 

349 , 346,402 

12,411,870 

525,000 

12 , 936,870 

173,250,000 

(39,800,000) 

133 , 450,000 

11,050,000 

34,100,000 

45 , 150,000 

130,454,846 

(1,435,000) 

129 , 019,846 

2,000,000 

225,000 

2 , 225,000 

520,000 

(160,000) 

360,000 

26,110,000 

2,660,000 

28 , 770,000 

6,450,000 


6 , 450,000 

280,000 


280,000 

330,000 

1 5,000 

345,000 

5,420,000 

(1 00,000) 

5 , 320,000 

9,630,000 

(1 ,040,000) 

8 , 590,000 

240,000 

(165,000) 

75,000 

13,260,000 


1 3 , 260,000 

822 , 849,000 

0 

0 822 , 849,000 



0 



0 



0 



0 



0 



0 



0 



0 


24,299,792 

24 , 299,792 


25,355,208 

25 , 355,208 

0 

49 , 655,000 

0 49 , 655,000 



21,233 21,233 

823 , 241,000 

49 , 655,000 

21,233 872 , 917,233 


Breakdown of Other Authorizations — 

Valuation Allowance 21,233 

21,233 


See Page H74 for breakdown of balance of Budget Re-allocations. 


PUBLIC ACCOU NTS 1 992/93 


H 65 


Salaries 
and Benefits 
$ 


Operating 

Costs 

$ 


Actual Expenditure by Group Account Classification 

Asset Grants and Other 

Acquisitions Contributions Expenditures Recoveries 

$ $ $ $ 


Total 

Expenditures 

$ 


Net Under (Over) 
Expenditure 
$ 


343,201 

17,362 

10,686 




371,249 

20,751 

10,097,306 

18,927,602 

2,467,358 

9,025 

129,978 


31 , 631,269 

377,856 

3,066,057 

4,536,140 

461,782 

250,284 

212 


8 , 314,475 

1,725,525 


33,249 


5,504,695 



5 , 537,944 

1,892,056 

16,075,538 

18,408,337 

2,736,749 

274,971 

285,107 


37 , 780,702 

11,055 

36,508,634 

321,977,401 

6,653,069 

327,305 

80 

(16,186,325) 

349 , 280,164 

66,238 

9,425,326 

2,958,036 

49,270 

500,933 



12 , 933,565 

3,305 

14,019,368 

52,978,112 

54,584,201 

243,236 

2 


121 , 824,919 

11,625,081 

3,918,630 

17,365,191 

26,282,181 


1,036 

(2,428,401) 

45 , 138,637 

11,363 

35,746,961 

24,817,989 

57,251,994 

904,040 

577 


118 , 721,561 

10,298,285 

343,526 

1,567,781 

313,433 




2 , 224,740 

260 

20,454 

62,644 

461 




83,559 

276,441 

2,382,581 

12,036,750 

14,344,035 




28 , 763,366 

6,634 

1,260 

1,968,365 

4,381,187 



22,735 

6 , 373,547 

76,453 

85,647 

62,894 

129,000 




277,541 

2,459 

142,507 

202,436 





344,943 

57 

919,515 

1,030,242 

2,710,388 




4 , 660,145 

659,855 

885,607 

1,752,545 

5,951,797 




8 , 589,949 

51 

14,081 

281 





14,362 

60,638 




13,260,000 



13 , 260,000 

0 

133 , 652,998 

480 , 685,995 

178 , 316,905 

21 , 274,489 

416,992 

( 18 , 591 , 991 ) 

795 , 755,388 

27 , 093,612 


10,000 




( 10 , 000 ) 

0 

0 

6,994 

78,633 




( 85 , 627 ) 

0 

0 



309,164 



( 309 , 164 ) 

0 

0 


6,710 




( 6 , 710 ) 

0 

0 


50,000 




( 50 , 000 ) 

0 

0 

46,553 


10,440 



( 56 , 993 ) 

0 

0 

5,100 

2,300 




( 7 , 400 ) 

0 

0 



327,895 



( 327 , 895 ) 

0 

0 




22,595,642 



22 , 595,642 

1,704,150 


1,637 

4,819,800 

20,532,208 



25 , 353,645 

1,563 

0 

1,637 

4 , 819,800 

43 , 127,850 

0 

0 

47 , 949,287 

1 , 705,713 





21,233 


21,233 

0 

134 , 054,846 

480 , 852,637 

183 , 794,890 

64 , 402,339 

438,225 

( 19 , 445 , 780 ) 

844 , 097,157 

28 , 820,076 


H 66 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry of Women's Equality— (Unaudited) 





Total Appropriations 


Vote 

No. 

Description 

Estimated 

$ 

Budget Other 

Re-allocations Authorizations 

$ $ 

Total 

Appropriations 

$ 

62 

Minister's Office 

331,033 


331,033 

63 

Ministry Operations 

Administration and Support Services 

638,478 

4,163,085 

4,801,563 


Employment Equity (net of recoveries) 

1,110,000 

(1 84,000) 

926,000 


Women's Equality 

Women's Equality Programs 

4,927,489 

(699,523) 

4,227,966 


Child Care 

14,000,000 

(1,509,865) 

12,490,135 


Intervention and Prevention of Violence Against Women 

1 0,000,000 

(1,769,697) 

8,230,303 



30,675,967 

0 0 

30,675,967 



31,007,000 

0 0 

31,007,000 


PUBLIC ACCOU NTS 1 992/93 


H 67 


-Actual Expenditure by Group Account Classification- 


Salaries 

Operating 

Asset 

Grants and 

Other 

Total 

Net Under (Over) 

and Benefits 

Costs 

Acquisitions 

Contributions 

Expenditures 

Recoveries Expenditures 

Expenditure 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ $ 

$ 

270,175 

20,160 

4,300 



294,635 

36,398 

1,739,580 

2,227,767 

327,062 



4 , 294,409 

507,154 

353,892 

225,462 




579,354 

346,646 

849,020 

309,550 

762 

3,067,061 


4 , 226,393 

1,573 

1,125,285 

540,590 

27,629 

9,199,190 


10 , 892,694 

1,597,441 

109,437 

630,576 


6,235,966 


6 , 975,979 

1,254,324 

4 , 177,214 

3 , 933,945 

355,453 

18 , 502,217 

0 

0 26 , 968,829 

3 , 707,138 

4 , 447,389 

3 , 954,105 

359,753 

18 , 502,217 

0 

0 27 , 263,464 

3 , 743,536 


H 68 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Other Appropriations — (Unaudited) 


-TotalAppropriation; 


Vote 



Budget 

Other 

Total 

No. 

Description 

Estimated 

Re-allocations 

Authorizations 

Appropriations 



$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

64 

Management of Public Funds and Debt 






Cost of Borrowing for Government Purposes 

794,999,970 


22,087,738 

81 7,087,708 


Interest Assistance (net of recoveries) 

Cost of Borrowing for Relending to Government Bodies 

10 



10 


(net of recoveries) 

10 



10 


Provincial Treasury Revenue Program (net of recoveries) .. 

10 



10 


Less transfer to Special Accounts 



(3,542,896) 

(3,542,896) 



795,000,000 

0 

18,544,842 

813,544,842 

65 

Contingencies (All Ministries) and New Programs 

105,000,000 



105,000,000 


Waste Discharge Permit Fees Restructuring 

Skeetchestn Indian Band — Rural Property Tax . 

Osoyoos Indian Band — Rural Property Tax 

Regional Fairs 

Lillooet Indian Band — Rural Property Tax 

Sto:Lo Nation Kwaw-Matsqui 

Tatshenshini Project 

92/93 Salary and Wage Increase 

B.C. Forest Resources Commission 

Joint Stewardship — Aboriginal Affairs 

Nisga'A Negotiations — Aboriginal Affairs 

Constitutional Referendum — Attorney General 

Corporation Capital Tax 

Treasury Board Secretariat — Reorganization .... 
Columbia Indian Band 


South Moresby Compensation .• 

Cabinet Planning Secretariat — Staff 

Cabinet Planning Secretariat — Occupancy and Systems ... 



105,000,000 

0 

0 

105,000,000 

Government Accounting Systems Strategic Plan 

Statutory — 

5,950,000 



5,950,000 

Special Accounts — 





Insurance and Risk Management 

7,595,000 



7,595,000 

South Moresby Implementation — Forest Compensation 



7,086,439 

7,086,439 

Sustainable Environment Fund 

Lesstransfer from Contingencies Vote to provide additional 

22,950,000 



22,950,000 

funding for the South Moresby Implementation Fund 
Special Account 



(1,400,000) 

(1,400,000) 


936,495,000 

0 

24,231,281 

960,726,281 


Breakdown of Other Authorizations — 

Statutory Appropriation — within Vote 22,087,738 

Statutory Appropriation — Special Account 7,086,439 

Inter-account transfers (4,942,896) 

24,231,281 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


H 69 




Actual 

Expenditure by Gi 

roup AccountClassifi 

cation g 



Salaries 

Operating 

Asset 

Grants and 

Other 


Total 

Net Under (Over) 

and Benefits 

Costs 

Acquisitions 

Contributions 

Expenditures 

Recoveries 

Expenditures 

Expenditure 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 





831,458,755 

(14,371,047) 

817 , 087,708 

0 





104,903,825 

(104,903,825) 

0 

10 





787,369,252 

(787,369,252) 

0 

10 





24,671,824 

(24,671,824) 

0 

10 





(3,542,896) 


( 3 , 542 , 896 ) 

0 

0 

0 

0 

0 

1 , 744 , 860,760 

( 931 , 315 , 948 ) 

813 , 544,812 

30 

686,028 

433,152 

101,910 




1 , 221,090 





53,447 



53,447 





18,525 



18,525 





1 86,000 



186,000 





79,673 



79,673 





50,663 



50,663 


31,000 

312,000 





343,000 


81,911,566 



671,950 



82 , 583,516 






400,000 


400,000 


145,083 

271,323 

47,127 

436,757 



900,290 


381,652 

222,827 

296 

129,850 



734,625 


77,448 

1,428,623 





1 , 506,071 



2,585,878 

1,183,679 




3 , 769,557 


216,435 

194,841 

76,519 




487,795 





98,000 



98,000 





1 ,400,000 



1 , 400,000 


406,180 

207,996 

106,074 




720,250 



100,319 

148,773 




249,092 


83 , 855,392 

5 , 756,959 

1 , 664,378 

3 , 124,865 

400,000 

0 

94 , 801,594 

10 , 198,406 

451,132 

4 , 969,665 

190,342 



42 

5 , 611,181 

338,819 


437,639 

5 , 244,382 

67,772 


4 , 675,606 

( 3 , 041 , 994 ) 7 , 383,405 

211,595 


86,439 



7 , 000,000 

7 , 086,439 

0 

, 520,772 

7 , 143,155 

283,231 

11 , 446,163 

47,551 

20 , 440,872 

2 , 509,128 





( 1 , 400 , 000 ) 

( 1 , 400 , 000 ) 

0 

86 , 264,935 

23 , 200,600 

2 , 205,723 

13 , 171,028 1 , 756 , 983,917 

( 934 , 357 , 900 ) 947 , 468,303 

13 , 257,978 


H 70 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Summary of Special Accounts 
Operating Statement as at March 31 , 1993 

(Unaudited) 



Revenue 
from third 
parties 

Revenue 

from 

Appropriation 

Total 

Revenue 

(Expenditure) 

Net 

Revenue 

(Expenditure) 

Revolving Accounts 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

Agricultural Land Development 

964,746 


964,746 

(971,953) 

(7,207) 

British Columbia Cultural Fund 

— Unexpendable funds 

— Expendable funds 

1,734,343 


0 

1,734,343 

(1,611,812) 

0 

122,531 


1,734,343 

0 

1,734,343 

(1,61 1,812)> 

122,531 

British Columbia Securities Commission 

10,664,038 


10,664,038 

(8,109,493) 

2,554,545 

Corrections Inmate Work Program 

1,043,802 


1,043,802 

(920,726) 

123,076 

Crown Land 

46,849,584 


46,849,584 

(371,107,076) 

(324,257,492) 

Farm Income Assurance Fund 

— Reserve for Stabilization 

— Operations 

11,919,341 

8,583,124 

0 

20,502,465 

(21,907,286) 

0 

(1,404,821) 


11,919,341 

8,583,124 

20,502,465 

(21,907,286) 

(1,404,821) 

First Citizens' Fund 

— Unexpendable funds 

— Expendable funds 

2,751,653 


0 

2,751,653 

(2,936,278) 

0 

(184,625) 


2,751,653 

0 

2,751,653 

(2,936,278) 

(184,625) 

Forest Stand Management Fund 

234,658 


234,658 

(736) 

233,922 

Forfeited Crime Proceeds Fund 

Habitat Conservation Fund 

1,104,487 

2,724,408 


1,104,487 

2,724,408 

(2,493,014) 

1,104,487 

231,394 

Health 

104,500,000 


104,500,000 

(104,500,000) 

0 

Insurance and Risk Management 

7,708,1 1 1 


7,708,111 

(7,383,405) 

324,706 

Livestock Protection 

13,357 


13,357 

(10,854) 

2,503 

Office of the Public Trustee 

8,940,103 


8,940,103 

(9,116,376) 

(176,273) 

Physical Fitness and Amateur Sports 

— U nexpendable funds 

— Expendable funds 

1,487,490 


0 

1,487,490 

(1,550,833) 

0 

(63,343) 


1 ,487,490 

0 

1,487,490 

(1,550,833) 

(63,343) 

Productivity Fund 

0 


0 

(500,000) 

(500,000) 

Provincial Home Acquisition 

1,318,287 


1,318,287 

2,046,394 

3,364,681 

Provincial Treasury Operations 

13,017,718 

14,460,395 

27,478,113 

(18,141,491) 

9,336,622 

Provincial Treasury Revenue 

566,696 


566,696 

0 

566,696 

Purchasing Commission Working Capital 

86,968 


86,968 

(87,825) 

(857) 

Revenue Sharing Fund 

— Grant Stabilization Account 

— Local Government Emergency Account 

— Operations 

3,216,101 

363,700,000 

0 

0 

366,916,101 

(312,621,236) 

0 

0 

54,294,865 


3,216,101 

363,700,000 

366,916,101 

(312,621,236) 

54,294,865 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


H 71 


Summary of Special Accounts 
Operating Statement as at March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 



Revenue 
from third 
parties 

Revenue 

from 

Appropriation 

Total 

Revenue 

(Expenditure) 

Net 

Revenue 

(Expenditure) 

Revolving Accounts — Continued 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

Science and Technology Fund 

Small Business Forest Enterprise 

South Moresby Implementation 

Forest Replacement 

— Forest Compensation 

50 

175,186,787 

1,487,217 

5,689,088 

34,520,000 

34,520,050 

175,186,787 

1,487,217 

5,689,088 

(32,693,046) 

(218,395,339) 

(2,330,340) 

(7,086,439) 

1,827,004 

(43,208,552) 

(843,123) 

(1,397,351) 


7, 176,305 

0 

7,176,305 

(9,416,779) 

(2,240,474) 

Sustainable Environment Fund 

University Endowment Lands Administration 

23,007,167 

2,051,067 


23,007,167 

2,051,067 

(20,440,872) 

(1,942,000) 

2,566,295 

109,067 

Total 

428,267,267 

421,263,519 

849,530,786 

(1,144,812,036) 

(295,281,250) 



Revenue 
from Third 
Parties 

Revenue 

from 

Appropriation 

Total 

Revenue 


Cash 

Disbursements 

Increase 
(Decrease) 
Account Balance 

Non-revolving Accounts 1 

$ 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Industrial Incentive Fund 




0 

(10,502,643) 

(10,502,643) 

Small Business Incentive Program 




0 

(1,930,347) 

(1,930,347) 

Vancouver Island Natural Gas Pipeline 




0 

(2,882,300) 

(2,882,300) 

Total 

0 

0 


0 

(15,315,290) 

(15,315,290) 


1 For non-revolving Special Accounts, loans advances and investments transactions decrease the account balance. 


H 72 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Summary of Special Accounts 
Account Balance as at March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 



Opening 

Account 

Balance 

Net 

Revenue 

(Expenditure) 

Closing 

Account 

Balance 

Spending 

Authority 

Committed 

Spending 

Authority 

Available 

Revolving Accounts 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

Agricultural Land Development 

British Columbia Cultural Fund 

21,659,078 

(7,207) 

21,651,871 

9,272,026 

12,379,845 

Unexpendable funds 

20,000,000 


20,000,000 

20,000,000 

0 

— Expendable funds 

2,753,629 

122,531 

2,876,160 

0 

2,876,160 


22,753,629 

122,531 

22,876,160 

20,000,000 

2,876,160 

British Columbia Securities Commission 

3,367,951 

2,554,545 

5,922,496 

(2,502,852) 

8,425,348 

Corrections Inmate Work Program 

23,725 

123,076 

146,801 

242,351 

(95,550) 

Crown Land 2 

Farm Income Assurance Fund 

474,343,261 

(324,257,492) 

150,085,769 

53,533,864 

96,551,905 

— Reserve for Stabilization 

9,674,624 


9,674,624 

9,674,624 

0 

— Operations 

11,720,684 

(1,404,821) 

10,315,863 

(18,085,597) 

28,401,460 

First Citizens' Fund 

21,395,308 

(1,404,821) 

19,990,487 

(8,410,973) 

28,401,460 

— Unexpendable funds 

25,000,000 


25,000,000 

25,000,000 

0 

— Expendable funds 

7,271,596 

(184,625) 

7,086,971 

0 

7,086,971 


32,271,596 

(184,625) 

32,086,971 

25,000,000 

7,086,971 

Forest Stand Management Fund 

657,729 

233,922 

891,651 

(109,360) 

1,001,011 

Forfeited Crime Proceeds Fund 

0 

1,104,487 

1,104,487 

0 

1,104,487 

Habitat Conservation Fund 

Health 

1,518,775 

0 

231,394 

1,750,169 

(122,621) 

1,872,790 

Insurance and Risk Management 2 

13,910,919 

324,706 

14,235,625 

(22,247,487) 

36,483,112 

Livestock Protection 

98,748 

2,503 

101,251 

0 

101,251 

Office of the Public Trustee 

Physical Fitness and Amateur Sports 

1,653,134 

(176,273)1 

1,476,861 

538,572 

938,289 

— Unexpendable funds 

20,000,000 


20,000,000 

20,000,000 

0 

— Expendable funds 

992,027 

(63,343) 

928,684 

0 

928,684 


20,992,027 

(63,343) : 

20,928,684 

20,000,000 

928,684 

Productivity Fund 

500,000 

(500,000) 

0 


0 

Provincial Home Acquisition 

468,876,521 

3,364,681 

472,241,202 

2,466,121 

469,775,081 

Provincial Treasury Operations 

15,847,837 

9,336,622 

25,184,459 

2,526,370 

22,658,089 

Provincial Treasury Revenue 

1,560,335 

566,696 

2,127,031 

0 

2,127,031 

Purchasing Commission Working Capital 

Revenue Sharing Fund 

(9,344,360) 

(857) 

(9,345,217) 

601,747 

(9,946,964) 

— Grant Stabilization Account 

35,000,000 


35,000,000 

0 

35,000,000 

— Local Government Emergency Account 

1 0,000,000 


1 0,000,000 

0 

10,000,000 

— Operations 

168,767,516 

54,294,865 

223,062,381 

(266,866) 

223,329,247 


213,767,516 

54,294,865 

268,062,381 

(266,866) 

268,329,247 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


H 73 


Summary of Special Accounts 
Account Balance as at March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 



Opening 

Account 

Balance 

Net 

Revenue 

(Expenditure) 

Closing 

Account 

Balance 

Spending 

Authority 

Committed 

Spending 

Authority 

Available 

Revolving Accounts 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 

Science and Technology Fund 

21,503,338 

1,827,004 

23,330,342 

(142,239) 

23,472,581 

Small Business Forest Enterprise 

South Moresby Implementation 

125,284,792 

(43,208,552) 

82,076,240 

(1,174,473) 

83,250,713 

— Forest Replacement 

24,674,827 

(843,123) 

23,831,704 

(119,443) 

23,951,147 

— Forest Compensation 

1,371,592 

(1 ,397,351 ) 

(25,759) 

(7,020,256) 

6,994,497 


26,046,419 

(2,240,474); j 

23,805,945 

(7,139,699) 

30,945,644 

Sustainable Environment Fund 

11,615,355 

2,566,295 

14,181,650 

(7,888,198) 

22,069,848 

University Endowment Lands Administration 

3,447,459 

109,067 

3,556,526 

208,716 

3,347,810 

Total 

. 1,493,751,092 

(295,281,250) 

1,198,469,842 

84,384,999 

1,114,084,843 



Opening 

Increase 

Closing 

Spending 


Spending 


Account 

(Decrease) 

Account 

Authority 


Authority 


Balance 

Account Balance ; 

Balance 

Available 


Available 

Non-revolving Accounts 1 

$ 

$ 

$ 

$ 


$ 

Industrial Incentive Fund 

56,067,670 

(10,502,643) 

45,565,027 


0 

45,565,027 

Small Business Incentive Program 

16,991,912 

(1 ,930,347) 

15,061,565 


0 

15,061,565 

Vancouver Island Natural Gas Pipeline 2 

28,003,915 

(2,882,300) 

25,121,615 

4,231,275 

20,890,340 

Total 

101,063,497 

(15,315,290) 

85,748,207 

4,231,275 

81,516,932 


'For non-revolving Special Accounts, loans advances and investments transactions decrease the account balance, 
^he opening account balance has been restated to reflect prior period adjustment. 


H 74 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Schedule of Re-organization of 1 992/93 Estimates 


Ministry 


(Transfer to) 
Transfer from 


Transfers 


Total by 
Ministry 


$ 


$ 


Finance 

Contributions to British Columbia Ferry Corporation 

Operating Contribution 

Capital Contribution 

Transportation 

Contributions to British Columbia Ferry Corporation 

Operating Contribution 

Capital Contribution 


(Transportation) 

(Transportation) 


Finance 

Finance 


(49,655,000) 


(30.932.000) 

(18.723.000) 

49,655,000 

30.932.000 

18.723.000 


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Descriptions of Appropriations 


Legislation 

Vote 1 — Legislation 

This vote provides for the operation of the Legislative Assembly and its committees, including indemnities, allowances and salaries for 
Members of the Legislative Assembly, officials and staff, and for support services and other related costs. The funds allocated for the Offices of 
the Opposition Leaders are provided for the general operations and support functions of those offices. A grant is provided for membership in 
the Commonwealth Parliamentary Association. 


Auditor General 

Vote 2 — Auditor General 

This vote provides for the salary of the Auditor General and costs of the Office of the Auditor General in meeting the requirements of the 
Auditor General Act. These requirements involve examination of the accounts and records of the government, issuance of audit reports on the 
government's financial statements, and submission of an annual report to the Legislative Assembly on the work of the Office. The Auditor 
General is also responsible for audits of a number of Crown corporations and other public bodies. A grant is provided to the Canadian 
Comprehensive Auditing Foundation. Costs incurred for certain audits are recovered. 


Commission on Resources and Environment 

Vote 3 — Commission on Resources and Environment 

This vote provides for the salaries of the Commissioner on Resources and Environment and staff and other expenses incurred by the Office 
of the Commissioner. The Commissioner's mandate is to independently and publicly advise Cabinet on legislation, policy and allocation 
decisions related to land use issues and processes in the province. Specifically, funding is provided to assist the Commission in developing, for 
the province, a land use plan, a regional planning process, a community-based land use participation process and a comprehensive dispute 
resolution system for land use issues. 


Conflict of Interest Commissioner 

Vote 4 — Conflict of Interest Commissioner 

This vote provides for the salary of the Conflict of Interest Commissioner and the costs incurred by the Office of the Conflict of Interest 
Commissioner in meeting the requirements of the Members' Conflict of Interest Act. 


Ombudsman 

Vote 5 — Ombudsman 

This vote provides for the salary of the Ombudsman and the cost of the Office of the Ombudsman in meeting the requirements of the 
Ombudsman Act. 


Office of the Premier and Executive Council Operations 

Vote 6 — Office of the Premier and Executive Council Operations 

This vote provides for the Office of the Premier and Executive Council Operations including: 

(a) Office of the Premier 

This sub-vote provides for salaries, benefits, allowances and operating expenses for the Premier and the executive staff of the Office. 

(b) Executive Council Operations 

This sub-vote provides support for Executive Council, including Cabinet and Cabinet Committee administration; development and 
coordination of policy and legislation; and management of policy relating to federal, provincial and international relations, including 
administration of British Columbia House, Ottawa. This sub-vote also provides for personnel, financial and administrative support to both the 
Office of the Premier and Executive Council Operations. 


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Office of the Premier and Executive Council Operations — Continued 

Vote 7 — British Columbia Trade Development Corporation 

This vote provides for the annual contribution to the British Columbia Trade Development Corporation for operating costs. The 
corporation's mandate is to facilitate the export of British Columbia products and services and to liaise with sectors and groups within the British 
Columbia economy regarding economic conditions, policies, and programs that would help facilitate trade and economic development. 
Programs include: provision of business information; export counselling and training; export financing assistance; marketing; and providing 
guarantees on loans or bonding provided by financial institutions to exporters who require working capital, performance bonds, or bid bonds 
to complete export orders. 


Aboriginal Affairs 

Vote 8 — Minister's Office 

This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Aboriginal Affairs, and includes the salaries of the minister, the minister's staff and related 
office expenses. 

Vote 9 — Ministry Operations 

This vote provides for ministry programs and activities including: 

(a) Aboriginal Affairs Programs 

This sub-vote provides for: administrative support to the ministry including, financial, personnel, communications and information 
systems; policy development; inter-ministry program coordination; liaison with aboriginal groups, local communities and the federal 
government on aboriginal issues; coordination of and support to the First Peoples' Heritage, Language and Culture Advisory Committee; public 
education and consultation on land claim matters with third party interests, local governments and other British Columbians; and 
administration of the First Citizens' Fund Special Account. Grants and contributions are provided to the First Peoples' Heritage, Language and 
Culture Council and to various organizations for aboriginal community development and integrated resource management initiatives. 

(b) Treaty Negotiations 

This sub-vote provides for the overall coordination and management of provincial participation in the treaty negotiation process and for 
contributions to the British Columbia Treaty Commission. 

(c) Provincial Capital Commission 

This sub-vote provides for contributions to the Provincial Capital Commission to protect and enhance the amenities of the Greater Victoria 
area and its approaches. 

Statutory Account 

Special Account 

First Citizens' Fund 

This account was originally created as a fund under the Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1 969, was continued under the Funds 
Control Act, 1 979, and was changed to a Special Account under the Special Accounts Appropriation and Control Act, 1 988. 

The account promotes the economic, social and cultural well being of persons of the North American Indian race, who are residents 
of British Columbia, by providing financial assistance through loan guarantees, grants and contributions. Interest earned each year on the 
account balance is credited to the account as revenue. Expenditures consist of grants and contributions in support of student bursaries, 
native friendship centre operations and economic development programs. The account also provides funds for administrative costs of 
certain economic development programs. 

No financing transactions are provided for under this account. 


Advanced Education, Training and Technology 

Vote 10 — Minister's Office 

This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Advanced Education, Training and Technology, and includes the salaries of the minister, 
the minister's staff and related office expenses. 

Vote 1 1 — Ministry Operations 

This vote provides for executive direction, administrative services and operating programs of the ministry including: 

(a) Administration and Support Services 

This sub-vote provides for the deputy minister's office; executive direction for the ministry; financial, human resources and administrative 
services; information resources and communications services; and policy, planning and program evaluation services. 


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Advanced Education, Training and Technology — Continued 

(b) Advanced Education Programs 
This sub-vote provides for: 

(i) Program Management — management and program support for universities, colleges and institutes, distance education and 
international education. Recoveries are received for participation in, and administration of, federal/provincial agreements and 
activities; 

(ii) Advanced Education Programs — contributions toward the operating expenses of the provincial universities, institutes, colleges and 
distance education, and enrolment growth to increase opportunities for post-secondary education in provincial institutions. 
Expenditures are for instruction, research, support services, student services, apprenticeship training, matching contributions to 
encourage donations for scholarships, bursaries and capital projects in the colleges and institutes, the Open Learning Agency, the 
Commonwealth of Learning and educational activities targeted to international trading partners; 

(iii) Matching Program, Universities — matching financial contributions to encourage and supplement approved private sector cash or 
gift-in-kind donations to establish scholarships, endowments, research initiatives and capital projects; 

(iv) Capital Debt Servicing — payment of interest and sinking fund provisions related to the capital costs of new buildings, renovations 
and improvements to existing university, college and institute facilities, and the debt servicing costs of short-term borrowing 
requirements of universities, colleges and institutes; and 

(v) Tuition Freeze Compensation — contributions to post-secondary institutions in relation to the implementation of a freeze on tuition 
fees. 

(c) Student Financial Assistance Programs 

This sub-vote provides for program management and financial assistance to students in post-secondary institutions. This sub-vote also 
provides for interest payments on loans issued by financial institutions and guaranteed by the province, grants to students, contributions by the 
province towards the partial repayment of loans to students who successfully complete their studies, and incentives to public post-secondary 
institutions to provide part-time employment to students. Recoveries are received for participation in federal/provincial activities. 

(d) Skills Development Programs 

This sub-vote provides for program management and contributions to businesses, industry, individuals and agencies for planning and 
implementing employment, training and vocational rehabilitation initiatives and human resource development strategies. In addition, this 
sub-vote provides for labour market information, policy development, adjustment programs, assistance for youth and persons with disabilities, 
apprenticeship programs and boards, and administration of private post-secondary education programs. 

Vote 1 2 — Science and Technology 

This vote provides program management and the transfer of funds to the Science and Technology Fund Special Account. 

Statutory Accounts 

Program for Older Worker Adjustment 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 22(1 )) to account 
for the recovery of the federal share of $1 .75 million under the following agreement. This three year $3.5 million federal/provincial 
agreement with 50/50 cost sharing is meant to provide assistance for laid— off shipyard workers not covered under the Program for Older 
Worker Adjustment. 

Special Account 

Science and Technology Fund 

This account was created by the Science and Technology Fund Act, 1990. The purpose of the account is to support activities which 
promote new technologies and traditional industries, help create new export industries, develop new technologies and promote 
technology transfers. Assistance is provided through support of research and development projects, including infrastructure costs; human 
resource development and public awareness activities; and support for special projects of a strategic, long term nature including 
federal/provincial initiatives. 

Revenue represents transfers from voted appropriations and revenue produced by account expenditures. 

Valuation Allowance 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act( S.B.C. 1981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 14(1)). 


Agriculture, Fisheries and Food 

Vote 1 3 — Minister's Office 

This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food, and includes the salaries of the minister, the minister's 
staff and related office expenses. 


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Agriculture, Fisheries and Food — Continued 

Vote 1 4 — Ministry Operations 

This vote provides for operations and programs of the ministry, including: 

(a) Administration and Support Services 

This sub-vote provides for executive direction of the ministry, and administrative support services including financial, personnel, 
communications, information systems and program audit. This sub-vote also provides for policy development, program planning, economic 
and statistical analysis, and information programs. 

(b) Financial Programs 

This sub-vote provides for government/producer cost-shared Crop Insurance, National Tripartite Stabilization, Farm Income Insurance, 
Net Income Stabilization Account, Revenue Protection Plan, and Gross Revenue Insurance Plan programs, and includes grants (transfers) to 
the Farm Income Assurance Fund Special Account, contributions to the Crop Insurance Trust Account and contributions to the federal Net 
Income Stabilization Account. These programs contribute to the financial stability of participating British Columbia farmers and producers. 
This sub-vote also provides for the Agricultural Credit Program, which enhances the availability of credit or reduces the cost of credit for 
producers in the agriculture and aquaculture sectors throughout the province. This sub-vote also provides for: development; soil and water 
conservation; and promotion of winery development. Grants and contributions to agriculture, food, aquaculture and fisheries businesses, 
organizations and associations are also provided for by this sub-vote. Premiums and program administration fees under the National Tripartite 
Price Stabilization Agreements are recovered from producers and a portion of administration costs is recovered from the federal government 
under the Gross Revenue Insurance Plan and Crop Insurance programs. 

(c) Fisheries and Food 

This sub-vote provides for the aquaculture, commercial fisheries and agri-food programs. This includes: administration of parts of the 
Fisheries Act and Fish Inspection Act; technical review of applications for tenure and licences; extension services to the aquaculture industry; 
and research and development projects related to shellfish, marine plants and finfish farming. This sub-vote provides for licensing and 
enforcement of regulations pertaining to fish buyers, vendors and aquaculture operators; review of aboriginal issues that impact the ministry; 
grants and contributions in support of the aquaculture and commercial fish industries; funding and technical assistance for the handling, 
processing and marketing of seafood products; and resource use and environmental impact studies. This sub-vote also provides for the 
development of domesticated brood stock to increase the quality and supply of seed/egg stocks to the aquaculture industry and for operating 
costs of the Trade Competition and Food Industry Development programs including development of policies and strategies to enhance the 
competitiveness of British Columbia agri-food industries. Grants are provided to agri-food production, processing and distribution 
organizations to enhance their competitiveness. 

(d) Agriculture 

This sub-vote provides for agricultural extension, development, specialist, regulatory and market development programs including: 

(i) Extension Services — provides for on-farm advice and office consultation to farmers; seminars, workshops and field days; technical 
information dissemination to producers; milk, soil, feed and tissue testing; water analysis; the animal health centre; and the provincial 
4-H, game farming, horse industry and farm management programs. Recoveries are received from the federal government to offset 
the cost of farm management programs; 

(ii) Inspection — provides for animal health, brand, dairy farm, apiary and crop inspections; 

(iii) Licensing — provides for the licensing of sale yard operations, production and sale of veterinary drugs, fur farm operations, brand 
certificates, game farming operations and poultry processors; 

(iv) Applied Research/Demonstration — provides for soil and fertilizer correlation trials, livestock performance tests, horticultural crop 
development and improvement, poultry studies, weed control, pest control, environmental impact and other agricultural and food 
research, and technology transfer initiatives; and 

(v) Grants and Contributions — provides for grants and contributions to municipalities and regional districts under the Weed Control Act; 
grants to regional committees underthe Grasshopper Control Act; operating grants to livestock associations, 4-H clubsand veterinary 

. services; grants and contributions in support of the agriculture and aquaculture industries; and grants to universities for agriculture, 
aquaculture and food research. 

Vote 15 — Provincial Agricultural Land Commission 

This vote provides for operation of the Provincial Agricultural Land Commission. Under the Agricultural Land Commission Act, the 
commission is responsible for encouraging the establishment and maintenance of agricultural land in the province. The commission advises 
municipalities and regional districts on the designation of the Agricultural Land Reserve and decides on applications for the exclusion of land 
from the reserve. A portion of fees for applications made underthe Agricultural Land Commission Act and the Soil Conservation Act are paid 
out of this vote to local governments for services provided in the application process. 

Vote 16 — British Columbia Marketing Board 

This vote provides for operation of the British Columbia Marketing Board which is responsible for supervising the operations of marketing 
boards and commissions formed under the Natural Products Marketing (BC) Act, and hearing related appeals. 


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Agriculture, Fisheries and Food — Continued 
Vote 1 7 — Okanagan Valley Tree Fruit Authority 

This vote provides for a contribution to the authority for operating costs. The authority is established under the Okanagan Valley Tree Fruit 
Authority Actio ensure an efficient and coordinated approach to the revitalization of the Interior tree fruit industry. Programs include assistance 
for orchard renovation, marketing, research and development, education and advisory services, new grower entry, communications, 
conservation and land management. 

Statutory Accounts 

Livestock Improvement 

This account was established under the authority of the Cattle Horn Act (R.S.B.C. 1979, chap. 44, sec. 7). 

Special Accounts 

Agricultural Land Development 

This account was originally created as a fund by the Finance Statutes Amendment Act, 1 981 which amended the Agricultural Land 
Development Act. This fund was subsequently changed to a Special Account by the Special Appropriations Act, 1 982, and the Agricultural 
Land Development Actwas repealed and incorporated into the Agricultural Credit Act. 

The purpose of the account is to make low interest loans, on a revolving basis, for purposes specified under the Agricultural Credit 
Act. Revenue represents interest received on outstanding loans. Administration costs are funded through voted appropriations. Financing 
transaction receipts represent principal repayments on outstanding loans and disbursements represent new loans issued. 

Farm Income Assurance Fund 

This account was originally created as a fund by the Farm Income Assurance Act, 1 973. It was continued under the Farm Income 
Insurance Act and the Funds Control Act, and was changed to a Special Account under the Special Accounts Appropriation and Control 
Act, 1988. The account establishes and administers farm income insurance plans for farmers in the province as designated by the 
Lieutenant Governor in Council. There are plans currently in effect for the following commodity groups: beef, blueberries, potatoes, 
processed vegetables, sheep, swine, tree-fruits and strawberries. 

One half of the annual revenue of the account for the above commodities comes from participating producers' contributions while 
the other half comes from a matching provincial government contribution provided from Vote 1 4. Expenditures include claim payments 
to qualifying producers. 

In 1991, a Revenue Protection Plan for the grain and oilseeds sector was implemented. Revenues for this plan are derived from 
premiums which are cost shared by participating producers, the province and the federal government under terms of the Gross Revenue 
Insurance Plan, and from interest earned on surplus funds. The province's contribution to the annual premiums (25 per cent of the total 
premiums) is provided from Vote 1 4. Expenditures include claim payments to qualifying producers and interest on funds advanced by the 
province and the federal government. Financing transactions are in the form of interest bearing loans, if required, to offset deficits. Deficits 
will be repaid from premium revenues in future years. Administration costs are funded through voted appropriations. 

Livestock Protection 

This account was originally created as a fund by the Domestic Animal Protection Act, 1973, was continued under the Livestock 
Protection Act, and was changed to a Special Account under the Special Appropriations Act, 1 982. The purpose of the account is to provide 
compensation to an owner for livestock killed or injured by a dog that is not owned or kept by the livestock owner and also to encourage 
good dog husbandry practices in the province. 

All fees, licences and cost assessments levied under the Livestock Protection Act are credited to the account as revenue. Expenditures 
include compensation grants and administration costs. 

No financing transactions are provided for under this account. 

Valuation Allowance 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 14 (1 )). 


Attorney General 

Vote 1 8 — Minister's Office 

This vote provides for the Office of the Attorney General, and includes the salaries of the Attorney General, the minister's staff and related 
office expenses. 


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Attorney General — Continued 

Vote 1 9 — Ministry Operations 

This vote provides for ministry programs and operations including: 

(a) Administration and Support Services 

This sub-vote provides for ministry management, policy and program development, administrative support, information systems, audit 
and communications services. This sub-vote also provides for the operations of the Film Classification Branch, Public Gaming Branch, and 
Elections Branch. Grants and contributions are provided to agencies and societies providing services which complement ministry programs. 
Recoveries are received from gaming licences and operators for financial control forms required in the operation of gaming events. 

(b) Court Services 

This sub-vote provides for managerial and operational support for courts throughout the province including administrative staff and 
services, sheriff services, reporting and recording services, facilities and operational systems. Recoveries are received from the Insurance 
Corporation of British Columbia for the retrieval of licence plates from unlicensed or uninsured drivers and from the federal government for 
cost-shared programs. 

(c) Legal Services 

This sub-vote provides for legal services to the province and various boards, committees and societies including legal advice, 
representation in civil litigation, and the drafting, preparing, filing and publishing of statutes, regulations and Orders in Council. This sub-vote 
also provides for administration of Orders in Council and appeals to the Executive Council. A grant is provided to the Canadian Law Information 
Centre for computer access to a nation-wide inventory of legal information. 

(d) Criminal Justice 

This sub-vote provides for operation of Crown counsel services including advice to government on matters of criminal law and its 
enforcement, development of policies and procedures in matters pertaining to criminal law, and counselling services to victims of crime. 

(e) Justice Support Programs 

This sub-vote provides for statutory services which are under the jurisdiction of the Attorney General including the operation of the Land 
Titles Office. This sub-vote also provides for family maintenance enforcement activities, services for victims of crime, public legal education 
and administration of community programs. Contributions are provided to the Legal Services Society and to agencies and societies providing 
services which complement ministry programs. 

(f) Corrections 

This sub-vote provides for incarceration of remanded and sentenced adults and youths; probation, family and community services; 
inspection of correctional and custody centres; investigation of matters related to the administration of the Correction Act; and management of 
the program. This includes: 

(i) Adult Correctional Centres — provides for incarceration of remanded and sentenced adult inmates. Contributions are provided to the 
private sector and non-profit societies for correctional services related to health, education, training, work programs, chaplaincy and 
food services. Recoveries are received from the federal. government for shareable costs related to housing of federal inmates under 
the Exchange of Services Agreement and from the Medical Services Plan for salaried and sessional medical services; 

(ii) Youth Custody Centres — provides for custody of remanded and sentenced youths. Contributions are provided to the private sector 
and non-profit societies for correctional services related to health, education, training, work programs, social and recreational 
programs, chaplaincy and food services. Recoveries are received from the federal government for shareable costs for youth custody 
and from the Medical Services Plan for salaried and sessional medical services; 

(iii) Probation, Fami ly and Community Services — provides for probation services for adults and youths, and for family services. Probation 
services include pre-trial enquiries, pre-sentence and other court reports as well as the supervision of adults and youths on probation, 
bail or conditional release from incarceration. Family services provide assistance in resolving child custody and financial 

. maintenance problems through conciliation and mediation, and custody and access reports for Supreme and Provincial Courts. 
Provision is made for contributions to the private sector and non-profit societies provide diversion, attendance, community service 
work and youth bail residential programs; 

(iv) ManagementServices — provides for management of correctional programs, including administrative and support services. Provision 
is made for contributions to the private sector and non-profit societies for the development and evaluation of correctional programs; 
and 

(v) Inspection and Standards — provides for development of security, safety, health, and service delivery standards for correctional 
programs; regular inspection of correctional and custody centres; and investigation of matters related to the administration of the 
Correction Act. 


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Attorney General — Continued 

(g) Police Services 

This sub-vote provides for administration, policy development and operations of provincial police services; community policing; the 
Coordinated Law Enforcement Unit; the Security Programs Division; the Provincial Emergency Program; and administration of the Emergency 
Assistance Vote. This includes: 

(i) Management Services — provides for development and administration of policing policy and programs, operation of the Coordinated 
Law Enforcement Unit, Victims Assistance Program and training of municipal police officers through contributions to the Justice 
Institute of British Columbia. Grants are provided to the Canadian Association of Police Chiefs. Contributions are provided to 
agencies for law enforcement activities. Recoveries are received from other levels of government for cost-shared programs; 

(ii) Provincial Policing — provides for the organization, selection, training, operations and maintenance of the provincial police through 
the contracted services of the Royal Canadian Mounted Police. This program also provides for policing of aboriginal reserves; 
appointment of special provincial constables; keeping of provincial prisoners in police custody; service of criminal documents; 
selection, training and maintenance of provincial auxiliary and reserve police; relocation of provincial witnesses; 

(iii) Security Programs — provides for administration of firearm control legislation including recording of acquisition certificates; licensing 
and inspection of firearms and ammunition businesses; disposal of surplus firearms; and licensing and regulation of the private 
security industry which includes armoured car businesses, alarm services, locksmiths, security patrols, security consultants and 
private investigators; and 

(iv) Provincial Emergency Program — provides for development and coordination of provincial emergency planning, warning, response 
and recovery in order to prevent or mitigate the effects of natural or other disasters. Contributions are provided to participants in 
emergency programs. Recoveries are received from other levels of government for cost-shared programs. 

(h) Motor Vehicles 

This sub-vote provides for administration of the legislation, regulations and policies governing the operation of motor vehicles and 
industrial equipment in accordance with provisions of the Motor Vehicle Act, Commercial Transport Act, Motor Vehicle (All Terrain) Act, Motor 
Carrier Act, Transport of Dangerous Goods Act, Highway (Industrial) Act and accompanying regulations. This sub-vote also provides for 
regulation of the motor carrier industry through investigations and licensing procedures. Major programs and activities include: 

(i) Management Services — provides for the office of the Superintendent of Motor Vehicles, headquarters and regional administration, 
planning, policy development and related support services; 

(ii) Traffic Safety and Licensing — provides for setting and monitoring standards relating to the determination of the ability and fitness of 
persons to operate motor vehicles, licensing and testing of drivers operating on the public highways and roads of British Columbia, 
and licensing of motor vehicles; coordination and development of provincial traffic safety initiatives and programs including 
CounterAttack and provision of grants to organizations in support of traffic and road safety activities; determination and 
administration of traffic fines and penalties; monitoring of driving records; and development of driver improvement programs. This 
program also provides for collection of related revenue. Vehicle licensing revenue is collected by the Insurance Corporation of British 
Columbia; and 

(iii) Commercial Transport and Inspection — provides for development and implementation of industrial road safety programs; industrial 
equipment standards; operator licensing practices as specified by the Highway (Industrial) Act; monitoring commercial vehicle size, 
weight, load security and the transport of dangerous goods; issuing permits; compliance with and enforcement of regulations; vehicle 
inspection programs; and the development of policy relating to the National Safety Code. This program also provides for 
investigations into licensing of the commercial motor carrier industry in the for-hire transportation of freight and passengers; 
examination of rates and time schedules of carriers; and collection of revenue resulting from the issuance of licenses and other related 
activities. This program also provides recommendations to and implements decisions made by the Motor Carrier Commission. 

(i) Liquor Control and Licensing 

This sub-vote provides for overall policy development, administration and inspections in support of the Liquor Control and Licensing Act 
and regulations. 

(j) Boards and Commissions 

This sub-vote provides for various boards and commissions under the jurisdiction of the Attorney General, including the operations of the 
Coroners Service, British Columbia Racing Commission, Commercial Appeals Commission, British Columbia Board of Review, British 
Columbia Parole Board, Motion Picture Appeal Board, British Columbia Police Commission, Motor Carrier Commission and the British 
Columbia Gaming Commission, Law Reform Commission, Expropriation Compensation Board and the Liquor Appeal Board. Contributions 
are provided to the Horse Racing Improvement Fund under the provisions of the Horse Racing Tax Act. The British Columbia Racing 
Commission's costs are recovered from the Horse Racing Improvement Fund. Recoveries are also received from the Law Foundation for the 
activities of the Law Reform Commission. 

(k) Statutory Services 

This sub-vote provides for payments made under the statutory authority of the Crown Proceeding Act and for contributions made to 
individuals under the provisions of the Criminal Injury Compensation Act. This sub-vote also provides for the response and recovery costs 
relating to flooding events paid under provisions of the Flood Relief Act and for the administration of provincial elections, by-elections, 
plebiscites, voter registration, enumeration, referenda and redistribution of electoral boundaries under the Elections Act. 


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Attorney General — Continued 
Vote 20 — Judiciary 

This vote provides for operation of the judiciary including: 

(a) Superior Courts 

This sub-vote provides for administrative and support services for the Court of Appeal and Supreme Court located in the province. 

(b) Provincial Courts 

This sub-vote provides for operational budgets for the Provincial Court of British Columbia. A contribution is provided to the British 
Columbia Courthouse Library Society. 

Vote 21 — Emergency Assistance 

This vote provides for salaries, operating costs, grants and contributions associated with the protection of life, property and the 
environment during real or imminent emergencies and natural or other disasters. 

Statutory Accounts 

Unclaimed Monies Act 

This account was established under the authority of the Unclaimed Monies Act ( R.S.B.C. 1 979, chap. 41 8, sec. 4). 

Firearms Acquisition Certificate Program 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 22 (1)). These funds 
are contributed by the federal government to provide additional administrative costs relating to the Firearms Acquisition Certificate (FAC) 
Program. 

Westar Timber Commission 

This account was established under the authority of the Inquiry Act (R.S.B.C. 1 979, chap. 1 98, sec. 8) for the purpose of inquiring into 
and reporting on the interests in the Hazelton-Kitwanga area of Westar Timber Ltd. 

Family Maintenance and Enforcement Program 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act ( S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 22 (1)). Funds are 
contributed by the federal government to provide financial assistance to provinces to promote better enforcement of child and spousal 
support orders. 

John Howard Society 

This account was established underthe authority oithe Financial Administration Act(S.B.C. 1981, chap. 15, sec. 22 (1)). These funds 
are contributed by the federal government to provide for a research study of ethnocultural inmates in British Columbia's correctional 
facilities. 

Liquor Distribution Branch 

This account was established underthe authority of the Revenue Statutes Amendment Act (S.B.C. 1992, chap. 66). 

Compensation for the Taking of Resource Interests 

This commission was established under the authority of Inquiry Act to inquire into the principals and processes for determining 
whether, in what circumstances, and how much, if any, compensation should be paid to the holders of resource interests that under an 
enactment have been or are taken, for public purpose and without the consent of the holder, by the Crown or another authority. This 
account was established to account for all expenses incurred by the Commission in the carrying out of its duties. 

Oppal Commission 

This commission was issued under section 8 of the Inquiry Act to inquire into the governance of municipal policing operations, and 
the process for developing policy for policing in British Columbia. This account was established to account for all expenses incurred by 
the Commission in the carrying out of its duties. 

Nemetz Commission 

This commission was issued under section 1 of the Inquiry Act to inquire into, report on, and recommend improvements to the safety 
of loading procedures for vessels within the British Columbia Ferry Corporation fleet. This account was established to account for all 
expenses incurred by the Commission in the carrying out of its duties. 


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Attorney General — Continued 

Cariboo — Chilcotin Commission 

This commission was issued under section 8 of the Inquiry Act to inquire into and report on the relationship between the 
Cariboo-Chi Icotin aboriginal community and the police, Crown prosecutors, courts, probation officers and family court counsellors in 
the administration of justice in the Cariboo-Chilcotin Region. The Commissioner will inquire into alleged incidents of unnecessary or 
excessive use of force, prejudice, or unfair treatment of aboriginal peoples within the justice system, raised by the 15 bands of the 
Cariboo-Chilcotin Region, or their members. This account was established to account for all expenses incurred by the Commission in the 
carrying out of its duties. 

Special Accounts 

Corrections Work Program 

This account was created by the Miscellaneous Statutes Amendment Acf(No. 2), 1 987. The purpose of the account is to assist inmates 
in acquiring skills and to encourage them to develop good work habits. 

Revenue represents proceeds from the sale of goods and services produced by inmates. Expenditures are for supplies and costs directly 
related to the production and sale of goods and services within the Corrections Work Program. Administration costs are funded through 
voted appropriations. 

No financing transactions are provided for under this account. 

Office of the Public Trustee 

This account was created by the Public Trustee Amendment Act, 1 989. The purpose of the account is to provide services to clients of 
the Public Trustee, including those incompetent to manage their own affairs, deceased estates where no other person is willing or able to 
act, minors in receipt of settlements, and missing persons. Revenue represents fees and commissions paid by clients of the Public Trustee 
for services rendered, and interest on inactive estates. Expenditures are for costs directly related to the provision of services to clients and 
for administration. 

No financing transactions are provided for under this account. 

Valuation Allowance 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act( S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 1 4(1 )). 


Economic Development, Small Business and Trade 

Vote 22 — Minister's Office 

This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Economic Development, Small Business and Trade, and includes the salaries of the 

minister, the minister's staff and related office expenses. 

Vote 23 — Ministry Operations 

This vote provides for executive direction, administrative services and operating programs for the ministry including: 

(a) Government Agents and Management Services 

This sub-vote provides for: 

(i) Government Agents — provides for the local delivery of programs, services and information to the public through the operation of 
Government Agent offices located throughout the province, on behalf of, or in support of, ministries and participating public bodies. 
Programs and services include: Gold Commissioner; Registrar of Voters; Registrar of Voters; Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages; 
driver licence services; and revenue collection. A portion of operating costs are recovered from ministries and participating public 
bodies; and 

(ii) Management Services — provides for: the Deputy Minister's office and executive direction of the ministry; communications and 
public affairs; and, financial, administrative, personnel, and computing services for the ministry and its client, the Ministry of 
Aboriginal Affairs. Grants and contributions are provided to organizations to support special projects that encourage new investment, 
market development and activities which complement ministry programs; and to the British Columbia Pavilion Corporation to 
compensate the corporation for its operating losses. 

(b) Development 

This sub-vote provides for: 

(i) Economic Development — provides for: preparation of provincial economic development policy options; design, negotiation and 
evaluation of federal/provincial, joint government/industry and provincial economic initiatives, and management of related 
economic development programs; co-administration of the Major Project Review Process; and provision of ministry library services. 
Grants and contributions, including those made through the Program for Educational and Entertainment Television Service (PEETS) 
program, are provided to businesses and other entities to pursue development opportunities in British Columbia; 


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(ii) Business Development — provides for policies and programs which promote business start-up, expansion and restructuring 
including: financial incentives and business advice; enhancing the availability of risk capital; identifying and marketing business 
opportunities; evaluating business development programs; undertaking intergovernmental and business/government development 
initiatives; and the Job Protection Commission. Loans, loan guarantees, grants and contributions are provided to encourage business 
development in the province; and 

(iii) Regional Development— provides programs and contribution which assist regional groups and committees in setting community 
priorities and developing regional economic development initiatives. 

(c) International Trade and Investment 

This sub-vote provides for programs to promote foreign investment in the province including: assistance for incoming and outgoing trade 
and investment missions; payment of travel expenses outside of Canada, including prescribed allowances to members of the Executive Counci I, 
Parliamentary Secretaries and related staff; development of provincial positions on trade negotiations, trade actions and related issues including 
statistical analysis of international economic trends and advisory services relating to international agreements and trade; funding for long term 
trade development initiatives including the International Financial Centre, International Maritime Centre, International Commercial Arbitration 
Centre and the Asia Pacific Foundation; and grants to various entities to encourage investment. Provision is also made for contributions to other 
organizations for the operation of foreign commercial offices and for establishing and operating out-of-province offices. Program and seminar 
costs and some operating costs for out-of-province offices are partially recovered; and 

(d) Policy and Planning 

This sub-vote provides for: preparation of provincial economic development policy options; design, negotiation and evaluation of 
federal/provincial, joint government/industry and provincial economic initiatives, and related economic development programs; co-adminis- 
tration of the Major Project Review Process; socio-economic impact analysis and provision of library services. This sub-vote also provides for: » 
ministry policy coordination; strategic, financial and operational planning; program evaluation; advisory services relating to international 
agreements and trade; and development of provincial positions on telecommunications policy and regulatory issues; trade negotiations; trade 
actions and related issues including statistical analysis of international economic trends. 

(e) Industry and. Investment 

This sub-vote provides for: developing, delivering and evaluating programs, policies and services which promote development and 
expansion of emerging industry sectors; maintaining the competitiveness of the resource sector and encouraging value-added activities; 
enhancing the availability of risk capital; identifying and marketing business opportunities; and otherwise encouraging business development 
in the province. This sub-vote also provides for:undertaking intergovernmental and business/government development initiatives; facilitating, 
monitoring and coordinating investment development and promotion activities; funding of long term trade development initiatives including 
the International Financial Centre, International Maritime Centre, International Commercial Arbitration Centre and the Asia Pacific Foundation; 
and funding of economic development initiatives such as the Job Protection Commission. In addition, this sub-vote provides for loans, 
investments, loan guarantees, grants and contributions to encourage investment and industrial development in the province. 

(f) British Columbia Investment Office 

This sub-vote provides for identification and support of key private sector projects. 

(g) Community and Regional Development 

This sub-vote provides for: development, delivery and evaluation of programs and services in community and aboriginal economic 
development, women in business, small business, sustainable development and community adjustment; management of community and 
regional consultation processes; delivery of business support services through Business Information Centres and economic development 
commissions; and administration of the Natural Resources Community Fund. This sub-vote also provides for the operation of Government 
Agent offices throughout the province to make government programs, services and information available to the public, including: Gold 
Commissioner; Registrar of Voters; Registrar of Births, Deaths and Marriages; driver licence services; and revenue collection. Grants and 
contributions are provided to communities, businesses and other entities to encourage the development of economic opportunities in British 
Columbia. A portion of operating costs are recovered from ministries, participating public bodies and the public. 

(h) Reserves for Doubtful Accounts 

This sub-vote provides for reserves for doubtful loans and write-down of investments made under the Industrial Development Incentive 
Act. This sub-vote also provides for reserves for potential payments pertaining to loan guarantees made under ministry programs and the 
Financial Administration Act. 

Statutory Accounts 

Employee Secondment Outside of Government 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 22 (1 )) for the 
purposes of recovering for secondments. 

Job Protection Commission 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1981, chap. 15, sec. 22 (1)) for the 
purposes of recovering consulting costs incurred by the Job Protection Commission. 


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Orenda/First Nations Socio-Economic Impact Assessment Study 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 22 (1 )) for the 
purposes of recovering reimbursements from Orenda Forest Products. 

Special Accounts 

Industrial Incentive Fund 

This account was established in 1985 by the Industrial Development Incentive Act. The purpose of the account is to provide loans 
and make investments to assist the establishment of new industry and the introduction of new technology to existing industry, and to 
otherwise encourage regional and economic plans of the Job Protection Commission. 

The account has no operating revenue or expenditure since interest and other amounts received related to outstanding loans are 
credited to the General Fund, and all administration costs and reserves for doubtful accounts are funded through voted appropriations. 
Receipts represent loan repayments which are credited to the General Fund, and do not increase the account balance. Disbursements 
represent new loan and investment authorizations. The account balance was increased by $10,000,000 for 1 992/93. 

Small Business Incentive Program 

This account was established in 1 985 by the Industrial Development Incentive Actto provide individual loans of up to $500,000 to 
stimulate investment in business, aquaculture and industrial production facilities and equipment, and to otherwise encourage regional 
and economic development in the province. 

The account has no operating revenue or expenditure since amounts received for interest and principal on outstanding loans are 
credited to the General Fund, and all administration costs and reserves for doubtful accounts are funded through voted appropriations. 
Disbursements represent new loan authorizations. 

Special Fund 

Natural Resource Community Fund 

This special fund is created by the Natural Resource Community Fund Act, 1992. Administered by the Ministry of Economic 
Development, Small Business and Trade, the purpose of the fund is to assist single resource industry communities to adjust to severe 
economic dislocations arising from industry closures. 

The opening balance for the fund is $ 1 5 million transferred from the British Columbia Endowment Fund. Fund revenue represents 0.5 
per cent of annual petroleum, natural gas, mineral and forests revenues, and interest earned on fund investments. 

Expenditures are for training and skill development, worker relocation, job creation and maintenance, local government operating 
costs and other costs which may be deemed necessary. Administration costs are funded through voted appropriations. 

The fund balance is capped at $25 million, and surpluses in excess of $25 million will be transferred to the General Fund. 

Valuation Allowance 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act ( S.B.C. 1 981, chap. 1 5, sec. 14(1 )). 

Education and Ministry Responsible for Multiculturalism and Human Rights 

Vote 24 — Minister's Office 

This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Education and Minister Responsible Multiculturalism and Human Rights, and includes 
the salaries of the minister, the minister's staff and related office expenses. 

Vote 25 — Ministry Operations 

This vote provides for overall policy development for the ministry, management of funding for public and independent school systems, 
administrative and support services in the ministry, othereducational initiatives carried on in the province resulting from the Royal Commission 
on Education, and initiatives in the areas of human rights, multiculturalism and immigration. Major programs and activities include: 

(a) Deputy Minister's Office 

This sub-vote provides for management of the ministry, communications services, strategic planning, and support for the Education 
Advisory Council. Central direction is provided for curriculum and assessment, planning and development, special education programs, policy 
and legislative changes resulting from the Royal Commission on Education and financial management services. This sub-vote also provides 
grants to partially support societies offering programs not provided by educational institutions and provides for projects to develop and enhance 
the provincial educational system. 

(b) Finance And Administration 

This sub-vote provides for management and program support for school districts' operating budgets and the capital program for school 
facilities. This sub-vote provides for policy initiatives related to education finance and facilities, and corporate support services to the ministry's 
operating programs, including financial, human resources, administrative services, and women's program initiatives. Grants and contributions 
are provided to assist education finance initiatives. 


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(c) Independent, National and International Education 

This sub-vote provides for inspection, classification, registration and recommendation of independent schools for provincial contribu- 
tions. This sub-vote also provides for leadership and administration in educational initiatives in the Pacific Rim, administration of the provincial 
student and teacher exchange programs, the ministry's share of the operating expenses of the Council of Ministers of Education (Canada) and 
the Canadian Education Association, and for distance learning. Grants are provided to individuals, school districts and non-profit societies in 
support of the Pacific Rim project. Recoveries are received from students enroled in correspondence courses, sales of materials to regional 
correspondence schools, from the Hong Kong selection office for student testing fees and miscellaneous sources. 

(d) Educational Programs 

This sub-vote provides for developing the content of educational programs and managing public instruction through curriculum 
development. This sub-vote provides for evaluation, assessment and assistance in organizing special education programs and the provision of 
direct services including Jericho Hill School residences and the Resource Centre for the Visually Impaired. This sub-vote provides for policy 
liaison between the ministry and school districts, management of aboriginal language and culture initiatives, gender equity and governance 
initiatives and teaching profession programs resulting from the Royal Commission on Education. This sub-vote provides for textbooks and 
media materials for public and independent schools, and for policy directions resulting from the Royal Commission on Education, including 
development and implementation of a primary program, development of a common intermediate curriculum and a revised graduation 
program. This sub-vote also provides for activities to address the recommendations of the British Columbia Minority Language Education Task 
Force. Grants and contributions are provided to school districts, individuals, aboriginal bands and educational institutes for the teaching 
profession, aboriginal culture initiatives and implementation activities at the provincial, district and school levels. Recoveries are received from 
the sale of supplementary textbooks and materials, meals at Jericho Hill School and other miscellaneous sources. 

(e) Policy and Evaluation 

This sub-vote provides for the ministry's operational planning process, coordination and development of policies, legislation, computer 
systems and information management. This sub-vote provides for operations of learning assessment, accountability, evaluation and 
educational research programs including the provincial final, general educational development and scholarship exams. This sub-vote also 
provides for operation of student and teacher data collection systems, transcript development, a school accreditation program and for 
development of frameworks to review programs including those resulting from the Royal Commission on Education. Grants and contributions 
are provided to fund initiatives that enhance student performance. Recoveries are received for general educational development tests, fees for 
final transcripts, provincial examination re-read fees and other miscellaneous sources. 

(f) British Columbia Council of Human Rights 

This sub-vote provides for the operation of the Council of Human Rights, a quasi-judicial tribunal established to enforce the Human Rights 
Act. This sub-vote also provides for informational material and services to the public. Contributions are provided for legal representation for 
human rights proceedings under the Human Rights Act. 

(g) Immigration Policy and Programs 

This sub-vote provides for development of provincial positions on immigration policy and coordination of provincial policies and 
programs with respect to immigration. The sub-vote also provides for the delivery of programs related to immigration, including initiatives to 
attract and secure business immigrant investment and a settlement grants program. Provision is also made for grants and contributions for 
program development and delivery. Certain programs costs are partially recovered through user fees. 

(h) Multiculturalism 

This sub-vote provides for development and coordination of provincial policies and programs with respect to multiculturalism, and 
support for the Advisory Council on Multiculturalism. Grants and contributions are provided to assist and coordinate multicultural initiatives 
in the community. 

Vote 26 — Public Schools Education 

This vote provides for financial support of school districts. Major programs and activities include: 

(a) Contributions for Schools— Operating 

This sub-vote provides for provincial block contributions to local school district operating budgets, including contributions and support 
for learning resources, and contributions to provide school meal programs. 

(b) Contributions for Schools— Debt Service 

This sub-vote provides for provincial contributions for the payment of interest and sinking fund charges for approved capital construction 
projects carried on by school districts and equipment purchases for schools. 

(c) Contributions for Schools Support 

This sub-vote provides for projects relating to computer technology acquisition and implementation in the education system, 
contributions to school districts for the operation of regional correspondence centres, contributions for the operation of provincial resource 
programs and containment/attendance centres, and contributions for special education technology centres and equipment. This sub-vote also 
provides for the employer's cost for medical premiums for retired teachers and contributions for public school liability and property loss 
coverage. 


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Vote 27 — Independent Schools 

This vote provides for provincial contributions to eligible independent schools, and contributions and support for learning resources in 
independent schools. 

Statutory Accounts 

Canadian Official Languages Program 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act( S.B.C. 1981, chap. 1 5, sec. 22 (1 )). These funds 
are contributed by the federal government in accordance with the Canada-British Columbia Agreement on the Official Languages in 
Education to support the maintenance and development of minority language in education. 

Construction of Native Schools 

This account was established underthe authority of the Financial Administration Act( S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 22 (1 )). These funds 
are contributed by the federal government to facilitate the construction of school facilities, a three-party agreement entered into with the 
province, the Band Council of theTI'azt'en Nation, and the Government of Canada. 

Valuation Allowance 

This account was established underthe authority of the Financial Administration Act ( S.B.C. 1981, chap. 15, sec. 14(1)). 


Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources 

Vote 28 — Minister's Office 

This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources, and includes the salaries of the minister, the 
minister's staff and related office expenses. 

Vote 29 — Ministry Operations 

This vote provides for ministry programs and activities including: 

(a) Administration and Support Services 

This sub-vote provides for administration of financial and personnel management services; coordination of legislative requirements; data 
management and office automation systems; and administrative services including property, accommodation, vehicle, machinery and materiel 
requirements and inventories. This sub-vote also provides for assessment, collection and audit of mineral, petroleum and natural gas taxes and 
royalties. 

(b) Executive Management 

This sub-vote provides for senior executive direction, information services, and public relations for the ministry. 

(c) Energy Resources 

This sub-vote provides for the formulation and implementation of provincial energy policies including energy efficiency, the energy 
project review process, energy forecasts, strategic energy studies domestic gas and electricity policies, and the regulation of gas and electricity 
exports. This sub-vote also provides for the administration and disposition of petroleum, natural gas, and geothermal resource rights. This 
sub-vote also provides for: the management and conservation of all energy resources; the regulation of petroleum and natural gas exploration 
and production operations to ensure safe operation and environmental protection; the determination of oil and natural gas reserves in British 
Columbia; the maintenance of the data bases on the sedimentary geology of British Columbia, including storage of well cores, logs and records; 
the preparation of industry reports; the provision of information and support services to the industry; and the administration of the Vancouver 
Island Natural Gas Pipeline project. Provision is made for grants and contributions to industry for energy-related studies and special projects. 

(d) Mineral Resources 

This sub-vote provides for: formulation, advancement and administration of policies and programs for the discovery and orderly 
development of mineral resources; administration and enforcement of provincial legislation and regulations to ensure the province's mineral 
and coal resources are extracted in a manner consistent with worker health and safety, public safety, resource conservation, and environmental 
sensitivity; administration of title to the mineral and coal resources of the province, and continued development of efficient and effective 
records systems; projects, programs and grants to facilitate the exploration and discovery of mineral and coal resources through geological 
mapping, surveys, prospecting, information services and analytical laboratory support; maintenance of a data base on the mineral industry; 
development and implementation of appropriate policies for the mineral sector; assessment and management of mineral lands in relation to 
competing land uses; encouragement of research and technical innovation in related fields; and grants and contributions to various mine rescue 
safety associations and to industry for special studies and projects. 

(e) Mineral Development Agreement 

This sub-vote provides for the provincial portion of a Canada/British Columbia program to encourage mineral development through 
geological, market and feasibility studies. This may include engineering and environmental studies related to infrastructure requirements for 
specific mineral development opportunities, and grants and contributions for mineral development activities. 


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Vote 30 — British Columbia Utilities Commission 

This vote provides for: 

(a) British Columbia Utilities Commission 

This sub-vote provides for operation of the commission, as authorized under the Utilities Commission Act. The Commission is responsible 
for the regulation of all utilities in the province including conducting public hearings into major energy projects and energy use proposals. 

(b) British Columbia Energy Council 

This sub-vote provides for operation of the council which provides for public consultation and input into energy decision-making and 
encourages long-term comprehensive energy planning in British Columbia. 

(c) Recoveries 

This sub-vote provides for recovery of costs from hearing and project proponents, regulated utilities and others. 

Fort Nelson Indian Band Mineral Revenue Sharing Agreement 

This vote provides for grants to the Fort Nelson Indian Band resulting from the production of natural gas and the sale of natural gas interests 
underlying the Fort Nelson Indian Reserve. Payments are made in accordance with the federal/provincial agreement, as specified under the 
Fort Nelson Indian Reserve Minerals Revenue Sharing Act. 

Vote 31 — Fort Nelson Indian Band Mineral Revenue Sharing Agreement 

This vote provides for grants to the Fort Nelson Indian Band resulting from the production of natural gas and the sale of natural gas interests 
underlying the Fort Nelson Indian Reserve. Payments are made in accordance with the federal/provincial agreement, as specified under the 
Fort Nelson Indian Reserve Minerals Revenue Sharing Act. 

Statutory Accounts 

Interest on Revenue Refunds 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1981, chap. 1 5, sec. 24 (1 )). 

Amoco Company Canada Ltd. 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1981, chap. 1 5, sec. 22 (1)). 

Mines Improvement 

This account was established under the authority of the Mines Act (S.B.C. 1980, chap. 28, sec. 17 (2)). 

Special Account 

Vancouver Island Natural Gas Pipeline Assistance 

This account was created by authority of the Vancouver Island Natural Gas Pipeline Act. The account provides financial assistance 
for the conversion of oil, propane or other fuel fired appliances to the use of natural gas and loans of up to $ 25,000,000 in total to facilitate 
construction of the natural gas pipeline to Vancouver Island. 

Expenditure consists of grants to persons and businesses which have applied and qualified forfinancial assistance. No interest or other 
revenue is credited to the account. Disbursements consist of loans to the Pacific Coast Energy Corporation and receipts represent loan 
repayments. 

Administration costs are funded through voted appropriations. 

Financing T ransaction — Concessionary Loans 

This account was established under the authority of a financing transaction to write-down concessionary loans. 

Valuation Allowance 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 1 4(1 )). 

Environment, Lands and Parks 

Vote 32 — Minister's Office 

This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Environment, Lands and Parks, and includes the salaries of the minister, the minister's 
staff and related office expenses. 

Vote 33 — Ministry Operations 

This vote provides for the ministry's resource, environmental and recreational management programs including: 


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(a) Administration and Support Services 

This sub-vote provides for executive direction, corporate policy, planning and legislation, state of the environment reporting, public affairs 
and communications, and personnel, financial, and administrative support. This sub-vote provides ministry-wide funding for staff relocation, 
postal costs, major systems development, computer acquisition, telecommunications, vehicle holding charges, and building occupancy costs. 
This sub-vote also provides for support for the Fraser River Harbour Commission Water Quality Monitoring Agreement. Grants and 
contributions are provided for the Fraser River Basin Agreement, and to the Greater Vancouver Regional District for air quality monitoring, the 
Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment, the Fraser River Estuary Management Program, and to a number of organizations concerned 
with use and protection of the environment. 

(b) Environmental Appeal Board 

This sub-vote provides for the operation of the Environmental Appeal Board which hears appeals to decisions made under environmental 
legislation. 

(c) B.C. Environment 

This sub-vote provides for management, planning, policy development, evaluation, technical expertise and support for the following 
ministry programs: 

(i) Environmental Protection — provides for protection of the air, land and water by preventing pollution and controlling pollutants 
through administration of the Waste Management Act, the Utter Act and related regulations. The program develops policies, 
legislation, and regulations, sets, discharge and emission standards and criteria, sets discharge fees, monitors the receiving 
environment and ensures safe and effective management of the gaseous, solid, liquid, and hazardous wastes and toxic substances. 
Conservation of resources is promoted through development of policy and legislation and encouragement of activities to address 
pollution prevention with a strategy to reduce, re-use, recycle, recover wastes and to manage residual wastes. Funds are also 
provided for costs related to toxic and waste reduction, the clean-up of contaminated sites and soil and water remediation projects. 
Contributions to assist in waste management, pollution prevention and remediation projects and toxic waste reduction are provided 
to local government, businesses, associations and individuals. Recoveries are received for environmental monitoring and laboratory 
services, laboratory analysis, laboratory sampling associated with compliance audits under the Environmental Data Quality 
Assurance Regulations, and for services relating to the Inter-Laboratory Comparison Program. Recoveries are also received from the 
Provincial Emergency Program for expenditures relating to environmental relating to environmental emergency responses; 

(ii) Water Management — provides for management of water for the well-being of all British Columbians. The program manages the 
supply and use of surface water, undertakes integrated managementand planning ofthe water resource, defines, monitorsand reports 
on water quality, minimizes the threat to lives and property caused by flood, drought and erosion; and ensures an adequate data base 
on the water resources of British Columbia. The branch is responsible for the administration ofthe Water Act, the Water Utility Act, 
the Dyke Maintenance Act, and the Drainage, Ditch and Dyke Act. In addition, the branch has approval responsibilities under the 
Utilities Commission Act, the Land Title Act, the Condominium Act regulations and the Municipal Act. Contributions are made to 
local governments to share costs of aquatic weed control. Funds expended on the Fraser River flood control program and for a joint 
floodplain mapping program are partly recovered from the federal government. Funds expended on the Canada/British Columbia 
Hydrometric Program are partly recovered from British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority. Recoveries are also received from 
private companies, Crown corporations and the Provincial Emergency Program for expenditures relating to environmental 
emergency responses; 

(iii) Pesticide Management — provides for administration of the Pesticide Control Act. The program minimizes the environmental and 
human risks from pesticides use by encouraging use of non-chemical pesticides, and by controlling the sale and use of pesticides. 
Recoveries are received from fees for licences and examinations, and pesticide use permits, the sale of pesticide study kits and for 
inspection of pesticide sites under agreement with the Ministry of Forests; 

(iv) Environmental Assessment — provides for administration and management of provincial environmental review processes, and 
coordination of ministry review and approval of major industrial, mine, and energy development proposals. The program develops 
policy, legislation, and guidelines, undertakes liaison with municipal, provincial and federal governments and consultation with 
stakeholder groups to ensure projects under review support sustainable development. The ministry participates in the administration 
of environmental reviews under the Environment Management Act, Utilities Commission Act and Mine Development Assessment 
Act; 

(v) Fisheries — provides for the management offish, fish habitat and sport fishing for the people of British Columbia. 

Activities include fish population assessment and monitoring, habitat inventory, development of sport fishing regulations, fish 
culture, research and user surveys and interaction with aboriginal people. Legislation administered includes the Fisheries Act 
(Canada), and the Wildlife Act. Contributions are provided to organizations that contribute to conservation offish resource. Funds 
expended on habitat protection projects under the Forest Resources Development Agreement (FRDA), agreement with British 
Columbia Hydro and Power Authority and the Ministry of Forests are fully recoverable; 

(vi) Wildlife — provides for protection and management of wildlife resources and habitat, regulation of recreational and commercial use 
of wildlife, and acquisition of key wildlife habitat. Activities include species and habitat inventory, transplants to supplement wildlife 
populations, control of problem wildlife, research studies to measure the impact of intensive forestry on wildlife populations and 
habitat and interaction with aboriginal people on wildlife issues. Legislation administered includes the Wildlife Act, the Migratory 
Birds Convention Act, and the Game Export Act (Canada). Contributions are provided to meet commitments under the Creston Valley 
Wildlife Act and to organizations concerned with the protection, management, and use of wildlife resources and habitat. Funds 
expended on habitat protection projects under agreement with British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority and the Ministry of 
Forests are fully recoverable. Recoveries are also received from other agencies; 


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(vii) Integrated Management — provides for protection of the environment through integrated management of water, soils and natural 
ecosystems. Integrated management occurs within the ministry between ministries and governments. Activities include habitat 
protection for fish and wildlife, coordination of ministry referral and information systems, development of resource use guidelines 
with industry, strategic and local land use planning, assessment of major forestry developments, policy development with other 
ministries, development of biodiversity concepts and coordination of water management issues with other agencies and interaction 
with aboriginal people on fish and wildlife issues; and 

(viii) Regional Operations and Enforcement — provides for implementation and delivery of ministry programs, regional administration, 
enforcement of legislation, and the headquarters-based program development and direction of enforcement and environmental 
emergencies. Funding is provided for regional centres at Nanaimo, Surrey, Kamloops, Nelson, Prince George and Smithers as well 
as sub-regional and district offices throughout the province. Funding is also provided for major projects such as the Okanagan Water 
Quality Project which involves contributions and technical assistance to municipalities for waste management planning and capital 
works. Regional staff conduct impact assessments on proposed mine and other major developments, including forestry activities, 
participate in planning activities, conduct resource inventories, issue and monitor permits and licences, and maintain liaison with 
the federal government, other ministries and local governments to provide a coordinated approach to environmental management 
within each region. Regular enforcement duties of the conservation officers are enhanced by the Environmental Enforcement Units 
with a special emphasis on waste water and pesticide violations. Contributions are provided to Burrard Inlet Environment Action 
Program and organizations concerned with protection, management and use of the environment. Funds expended under FRDA and 
agreements with the British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority, the Skagit Environmental Endowment Commission, other 
agencies and the private sector are fully recoverable. Recoveries are also received from the ongoing publication of training manuals, 
oil spill response atlases, other environmental emergency publications, and from the Provincial Emergency Program for expenditures 
relating to environmental emergency responses. 

(d) B.C. Lands 

This sub-vote provides for management, planning, policy development, evaluation, technical expertise and support for the following 
ministry programs: 

(i) Land Services — provides for: program direction, administration of the Crown Land Account, policy and program development for 
regional lands administration; real estate services to government for the acquisition and exchange of land and timber and for a variety 
of government programs and uses, including provincial and national parks, ecological, wildlife and habitat reserves, and historic 
sites; the office of the surveyor general to develop and maintain the provincial cadastral survey structure and Crown land registry 
information system. Legislation administered includes the Land Act, and Survey Act, the Land Surveyors Act, and the GreenbeltAct; 

(ii) Surveys and Resource Mapping — provides for development and coordination of provincial standards for the management of 
land-related information, development of land-related information, and development and maintenance of base mapping including 
the Terrain Resource Information Management System, aerial photography, control surveys, baseline thematic mapping, and 
lithographic mapping. It also provides for map and air photo products to meet the economic and resource management needs of 
government agencies and the public. Costs are partially recovered through mapping contracts with the federal government, other 
ministries and the private sector, and map and air photo sales; 

(iii) Lands Operations — provides for the operation of regional offices to: manage and allocate Crown land for industry, commerce, 
settlement, recreation and conservation; implement Crown land policy; process applications for tenure; maintain the data base for 
Crown land inventory information; provide assistance to local governments and community organizations with applications for free 
Crown grants; market Crown lands through public competition; and reserve land for specific purposes. 

(e) B.C. Parks 

This sub-vote provides for management, planning, policy development, evaluation, technical expertise and support for the following 
ministry programs: 

(i) Parks Program Management — provides for policy development, evaluation and program direction of the provincial park and 
ecological reserve systems, coordination of outdoor recreation opportunities, including river rafting, and marketing initiatives. 
Legislation administered includes the Park Act, and Ecological Reserve Act, the Park Regional Act and the Commercial River Rafting 
Safety Act. Contributions are provided to non-profit organizations for outdoor recreation, education and safety programs; and 

(ii) Parks Operations and Development — provides for the operation, planning development and maintenance of the provincial park and 
ecological reserve systems to encourage educational, recreational and research use that is consistent with the conservation of the 
geological, plant, animal, marine and historical values of parks and ecological reserves. Legislation administered includes the Park 
Act, and Ecological Reserve Act, the Park Regional Act and the Commercial River Rafting Safety Act. Costs of certain projects are 
recovered from the British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority, the Skagit Environmental Endowment Commission and other 
agencies and ministries. 

Vote 34 — Corporate Inventory Initiative 

This vote provides for resource inventory activities in support of the development of a provincial land use strategy. Functions related to 
this initiative are performed at provincial and regional levels and include the collection and management of resource inventory information on 
fish, wildlife, water resources, tourism, parks, wilderness and recreation areas, archaeological sites, range capability, biodiversity, timber, old 
growth forest, and mineral potential. 

Funds may be accessed by any ministry with resource inventory requirements upon approval of the Cabinet Committee on Sustainable 
Development. 


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Statutory Accounts 

State of the Environment 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1981, chap. 15, sec. 22 (1)). The federal 
contributed one third of the cost of a report dealing with the State of the Environment in British Columbia. 

Commercial Filming 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act( S.B.C. 1981, chap. 1 5, sec. 22 (1)). Recoveries 
are received from Commercial Film Makers to cover the costs of monitoring commercial filming in provincial parks. 

Economic Instruments 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act( S.B.C. 1981, chap. 1 5, sec. 22(1 )). A cost sharing 
agreement was made between the Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks and the federal government for a discussion paper and 
workshop concerning economic instruments. 

Pesticide Use Study 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1981, chap. 1 5, sec. 22(1 )). For the cost 
of a study of pesticidesales and use records. 

Hypo Bio Gas and Oil Co. Ltd. 

This account was established under the authority of the Environment Management Act (S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 14, sec. 5(1)). Clean-up 
of oil and contamination which occurred in November/December 1991 . 

Parkdale Creek 

This account was established under the authority of the Environment Management Act (S.B.C. 1981, chap. 14, sec. 5(1)). Clean-up 
of oil and contamination which occurred in Parkdale Creek. 

Maple Ridge 

This account was established under the authority of the Environment Management Act (S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 14, sec. 5(1) and 6(1)). 
Clean-up of the Maple Ridge wood debris fire. 

Special Accounts 

Crown Land 

This account was originally created as a fund by authority of Section 7 of the Department of Housing Act, 1 973, was replaced by the 
Crown Land Fund effective July 31 , 1 979 pu rsuant to the Ministry of Lands, Parks and Housing Act, and was changed to a Special Account 
under the Special Appropriations Act, 1 982. 

Revenue sources (net of direct costs) include land sales, land tenures, interest income, and fees. Expenditures include non-recover- 
able disbursements associated with the acquisition, servicing development and disposition of Crown land; the sale or disposal of assets on 
Crown land; acquisitions for parkland, ecological reserves and critical fish and wildlife conservation projects; the write-down of 
uncollectible loans; and the write-down of land inventory values to the lower of cost or net realizable value. 

Receipts represent repayment of loan principal and deposits made on pending land sales. Disbursements reflect recoverable 
disbursements associated with the acquisition, servicing, development and disposition of Crown land. 

Habitat Conservation Fund 

This account was originally created by the Miscellaneous Statutes Amendment Act (No. 2), 1 981 which amended the Wildlife Actio 
establish a fund for the enhancement of fish and wildlife and their habitat. The fund was changed to a Special Account by the Special 
Accounts Appropriation and Control Act, 1 988. 

Revenue credited to the account includes surcharges on angling, hunting, guiding and trapping licences, revenues derived from lands 
administered by the Minister of Environment, Lands and Parks for the benefit of fish and wildlife, and bequests, donations and fund raising 
projects undertaken on behalf of the account. Expenditures include projects to enhance fish and wildlife populations, habitat acquisitions, 
promotional and educational projects and expenses incurred by individuals advising the minister with respect to the account. Funds 
expended on habitat protection projects under Forest Resources Development Agreement and agreements with the Ministry of Forests are 
recoverable, as are costs incurred under agreements with the British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority. 

No financing transactions are provided for under this account. 

Valuation Allowance 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act ( S.B.C. 1981, chap. 1 5, sec. 14(1 )). 


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Finance and Corporate Relations 

Vote 35 — Minister's Office 

This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Finance and Corporate Relations, and includes the salaries of the minister, the minister's 
staff and related office expenses. 

Vote 36 — Ministry Operations 

This vote provides for operations and programs of the ministry, including: 

(a) Registries and Ministry Support Services 
This sub-vote provides for: 

(i) maintenance of corporate information files on all companies, cooperatives, partnerships and societies operating in British Columbia; 
operation of the Auditor Certification Board under the Company Act; registration and searches of liens and security interests in 
personal property in British Columbia; and the operation of the Manufactured Home Registry; 

(ii) the Compensation Fairness Program, including the interpretation and administration of guidelines and regulations issued under the 
Compensation Fairness Act; 

(iii) executive, financial, administrative, personnel, information systems, and communications support to ministry operations and 
programs. Payments to the federal government and provision for bad debt expenses related to Industrial Development Assistance 
Agreement loans are also provided for. Grants are provided to government employees under the Suggestion Awards Program. The 
cost of information systems services is partially recovered from other divisions of the ministry; and 

(iv) policy, research, analysis and advice on intergovernmental fiscal relations, financial institution issues, corporate sector issues, and 
legislation. 

(b) Treasury Board Staff 
This sub-vote provides for: 

(i) analysis and advice on fiscal, budgetary and administrative policy issues; and 

(ii) coordination and production of the Estimates. 

(c) Economics and Policy 
This sub-vote provides for: 

(i) policy analysis, forecasting and advice on the province's economic and fiscal framework and provincial tax matters; and 

(ii) coordination, production and publishing certain government financial and economic documents. 

(d) Government Personnel Services 
This sub-vote provides for: 

(i) negotiation and administration of collective agreements on behalf of government under the Public Service Labour Relations Act and 
other legislation, settlement payments for grievances, other personnel related settlements agreed to by the division, and payment for 
legal and arbitration services; 

(ii) a commission of inquiry into various aspects of government personnel practices; and 

(iii) planning, development and administration of personnel policies and programs including counselling services to government 
employees under the employee assistance program, and for administration of employee benefits as authorized by the Public Service 
Benefit Plan Act and other statutes. 

Recoveries are received from ministries for costs associated with the employee assistance program and for administering employee 
benefits. 

(e) planning and Statistics 

This sub-vote provides for development and dissemination of statistics and provision of information and analysis in support of planning 
and decision-making in the province. Costs incurred for statistical services to ministries and other parties are partially recovered, as are the 
costs of publications and releases to external users. 

(f) Office of the Comptroller General 

This sub-vote provides for payment, recording, reporting and auditing of government accounts and trust funds; development and 
implementation of financial administration policies and procedures; evaluation of accounting and financial management systems throughout 
government; and development and delivery, on a cost recovery basis, of government financial training and development programs. 

(g) Revenue Operations 

This sub-vote provides for administration of: 

(i) taxation statutes which are the responsibility of the Ministry of Finance and Corporate Relations; 

(ii) ministry responsibilities under the School Act regarding residential and non-residential school property taxes collected by 
municipalities on behalf of the province; 

(iii) advances to local governments in respect of property taxes collected on their behalf; 

(iv) the Land Tax Deferment Act and related costs; and 

(v) the Home Owner Grant Act for both general compliance and as it relates to the non-municipal areas of the province. 


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(h) Financial Institutions Commission 
This sub-vote provides for: 

(i) operation of the Financial Institutions Commission and the Credit Union Deposit Insurance Corporation under the Financial 
Institutions Act; 

(ii) administrative costs of regulating credit unions, trust companies, insurance companies and insurance agents; 

(iii) administration of international financial centre and captive insurance legislation, the Real Estate Act, the Mortgage Brokers Act and 
the Condominium Act; and 

(iv) administrative costs of credit union stabilization and the Credit Union Deposit Insurance Fund which are fully recovered from the 
Credit Union Deposit Insurance Corporation. 

Recoveries are also received from self-regulatory organizations for electronic information services. 

(i) Triumf/kaon 

This sub-vote provides for administrative costs relating to the TRIUMF/KAON project. A grant is provided to the University of British 
Columbia TRIUMF facility for the operation of the TRIUMF/KAON project office. 

Vote 37 — Crown Corporations Secretariat 

This vote provides for analysis and advice to the Cabinet Committee on Crown Corporations, on fiscal, economic and other policy issues 
related to Crown corporations. These costs are recovered from Crown corporations. 

Vote 38 — Pensions and Employee Benefits Contributions 
This vote provides for statutory and other employee benefits including: 

(a) Pension Contributions and Retirement Benefits 

(i) Provincial Pension — provides for employer contributions as required by the Pension (Public Service) Act; 

(ii) Miscellaneous Statutory Items — provides for the employer's minor statutory requirements underthe Pension (Publ ic Service) Acfsuch 
as payments for purchase or reinstatement of service; 

(iii) Canada Pension — provides for employer contributions to the Canada Pension Plan; 

(iv) Members of the Legislative Assembly Superannuation — provides for government contributions as required by the Legislative 
Assembly Allowances and Pension Act; and 

(v) Death and Retiring Benefits — provides for death benefits to nominated beneficiaries of participating pensioners and retirement 
allowances granted to eligible employees. 

Recoveries are received from participating public bodies for employer contributions made on their behalf by the government's 
central pay office. 

(b) Employee Health, Insurance and Other Benefits: 

(i) Extended Health and Dental — provides for employer costs for the extended health and dental plan; 

(ii) Group Insurance — provides for employer costs for the group life insurance plan; 

(iii) Medical Services Plan — provides for full payment by the employer of employees' and pensioners' medical services plan premiums; 

(iv) Long Term Disability — provides for employer contributions to the long term disability plan; 

(v) Unemployment Insurance — provides for employer costs for unemployment insurance premiums; 

(vi) Workers' Compensation — provides for employer costs of benefits paid to eligible employees by the Workers' Compensation Board; 
and 

(vii) Other Benefits — provides for the employer's costs for benefits for licensed professional employees, management appointees and 
other employees not covered by a collective agreement, severance settlements and other miscellaneous benefits and related 
payments. 

Recoveries are received from those public bodies which participate in the employee health and insurance benefit plans and, in 
certain circumstances, from employees. 

(c) Recoveries from Special Offices and Ministries 

This sub-vote provides for full recovery, from all special offices and ministries, of pension contributions and retirement benefits, and 
employee health, insurance and other benefits for employees covered by these plans and receiving these benefits. 

Vote 39 — Contributions to British Columbia Ferry Corporation 

This vote provides for: 

(a) Operating Contribution 

This sub-vote provides for operating losses incurred in providing ferry services in British Columbia's coastal waters. 

(b) Capital Contribution 

This sub-vote provides for lease payments and related administration costs for ferries leased to and operated by the corporation and a 
contribution towards capital expenditures of the corporation. 


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Finance and Corporate Relations — Continued 

Vote 40 — Contributions to British Columbia Transit 

This vote provides for: 

(a) Operating Contribution 

This sub-vote provides for contributions towards the operating costs of public passenger transportation services and transportation services 
for the disabled in various communities throughout the province. 

(b) Capital Contribution 

This sub-vote provides for contributions towards the capital costs of public passenger transportation services in communities throughout 
the province, including debt servicing of SkyTrain capital costs directly assumed by the provincial government. This sub-vote also provides for 
capital contributions towards transportation services for the disabled in communities throughout the province. 

Statutory Accounts 

Interest on Revenue Refunds 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 24 (1)(c)). 

Loans Administration Fee 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act ( S.B.C. 1981, chap. 1 5, sec. 1 1). 

Federal Government Tobacco Tax 

This account was established under the authority of the Tobacco TaxAct( R. S.B.C. 1979, chap. 404, sec. 8). 

Special Accounts 

British Columbia Securities Commission 

This account is established in 1990 by an amendment to the Securities Act and provides for the operation of the British Columbia 
Securities Commission and the costs of administering the Securities Act and the Commodity Contract Act. Revenue represents fees, 
licences and other revenues collected by the Commission from participants in the securities markets. Expenditures are for costs directly 
related to the regulation of trading in securities and for administration. 

No financing transactions are provided for under this account. 

Provincial Home Acquisition 

This account was created by the Provincial Home Acquisition Act ; 1 967, and was changed to a Special Account under the Special 
Appropriations Act, 1 982. The purpose of the account was to pay grants to qualified British Columbia residents constructing or purchasing 
a home, and to make loans secured by second mortgages. Currently, mortgage financing is provided from this account to qualified British 
Columbia residents for the conversion of existing housing into rental suites under the Home Conversion and Leasehold Loan Act, 1 979. 

Most of the B. C. Second Mortgage program portfolio has been sold to private sector lenders. The province re-purchases mortgage 
accounts which become more than 90 days in arrears. 

Revenue consists of interest on outstanding mortgage principal. Expenditure includes statutory rebates and other miscellaneous 
program costs. 

Receipts represent repayment of mortgage loan principal. Disbursements represent new conversion mortgages, repurchased 
mortgage accounts and guarantee claims under the mortgage assistance program. 

Provincial Treasury Operations 

This account was established in 1 990 by amendments to the Financial Administration Act, and provides for the operations of the 
Provincial Treasury. Provincial Treasury provides investment, debt management, banking and cash management, and loan administration 
services on a cost recovery basis to its clients including Crown corporations and the government. 

Revenue represents income from the fees charged by Provincial Treasury for its services. These include fees for fi seal agency services, 
funds management, loans administration, loans collection, and banking and cash management. Expenditures represents the cost of 
operating the Provincial Treasury. 

No financing transactions are provided for under this account. 

Special Fund 

British Columbia Endowment Fund 

This fund was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act, and the purpose is to hold the assets of the Special 
Fund in perpetuity, and keep them invested to produce revenue and economic benefit for British Columbia. 

Valuation Allowance 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act ( S.B.C. 1981, chap. 15, sec. 14 (1)). 


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Forests 

Vote 41 — Minister's Office 

This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Forests, and includes the salaries of the minister, the minister's staff and related office 
expenses. 

Vote 42 — Ministry Operations 

This vote provides for forestry programs of the ministry and for management, finance and administration services. Functions related to 
these programs and services are performed at provincial, regional and district levels and include: 

(a) Management Services 

This sub-vote provides for senior executive direction and coordination of central ministry services including personnel, finance, audit, 
systems, accommodation, communications, technical services and public information for the Forest Renewal Plan and all other ministry 
initiatives. This sub-vote also provides for regional and district administration in areas of personnel, finance, systems and technical services. 
Grants are provided for activities which promote prudent forest management. 

(b) Harvesting 

This sub-vote provides for advice, policies and procedures pertaining to valuation, processing, marketing, sale and invoicing of Crown 
provincial timber and wood resources, and overall monitoring and functional direction of provincial wood supplies. This sub-vote also 
provides for incremental costs of constructing logging roads and bridges where higher construction standards are required and for maintenance 
of selected logging roads and bridges. Costs related to the Small Business Forest Enterprise Program are recovered from the Small Business Forest 
Enterprise Special Account. 

(c) Research 

This sub-vote provides for research and research extension activities to supply technology for the care and enhancement of forests in British 
Columbia including initiatives under the Forest Renewal Plan. Research activities support forest renewal, integrated resources management 
and the development of decision tools. Joint ventures and/or research contracts are carried out with other ministries, research agencies, 
educational institutions and the private sector. Costs of joint research projects are recovered from other ministries and agencies. 

(d) Integrated Resources Management 

This sub-vote provides for policy advice and development, legislation and market information relating to the forest resource and related 
industries. Funding is provided for planning the use and management of resource on forest and range lands within an integrated resource 
management framework. This sub-vote also provides for rehabilitation, care and enhancement of Crown provincial range lands and other 
range management activities; establishment and maintenance of recreation site facilities and trails on Crown provincial land; landscape 
management; and the wilderness management program. Grants are provided to agencies involved in forestry research. 

(e) Inventory 

This sub-vote provides for maintaining a comprehensive province-wide inventory of British Columbia's forest resources to assist in long 
range land use planning including new initiatives under the Forest Renewal Plan. Activities include detailed forest descriptions, growth and 
yield measurement, modelling, decay studies, remote sensing, computerized mapping and statistical analysis of forest and range land. Costs 
are recovered for projects carried out on behalf of other agencies. 

(f) Silviculture 

This sub-vote provides for forest renewal activities including: the supply and placement of tree seeds and seedlings; monitoring and 
auditing of forest renewal activities; incremental silviculture treatments;surveys, detection and treatments needed to manage forest pest 
infestations; administrative, material and systems support; advice, policies and procedures pertaining to the renewal, enhancement and 
maintenance of Crown provincial forests. This sub-vote also provides for programs delivered by the Government of British Columbia under a 
cost-sharing agreement with the federal government. Grants and contributions are provided for silviculture activities and forestry education. 
Costs related to the Small Business Forest Enterprise Program are recovered from the Small Business Forest Enterprise Special Account. Costs of 
joint projects are recovered from other agencies. 

Vote 43 — Fire Suppression 

This vote provides for direct fire fighting and the fire preparedness programs of the ministry. Functions related to these programs and 
services are performed at provincial, regional and district levels, and include: 

(a) Direct Fire Fighting 

This sub-vote provides for fighting and extinguishing forest and range fires as required by the Forest Act, including ex gratia payments 
related to this program's activities. Recoveries are received for the provision of these services to other agencies, provinces and countries. 

(b) Fire Preparedness 

This sub-vote provides for administration, policies, procedures and research pertaining to fire management and provides for maintaining 
the ministry's firefighting resources in a state of readiness. Grants and contributions are provided to promote fire safety and awareness. Costs 
related to the Small Business Forest Enterprise Program are recovered from the Small Business Forest Enterprise Special Account. Recoveries 
are received for the provision of services to other agencies, provinces and countries. 


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Forests — Continued 

Vote 44 — Forest Resources Commission 

This vote provides for operation of the British Columbia Forest Resources Commission and includes the salaries of staff associated with it. 

Statutory Accounts 

Interest on Revenue Refunds 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act ( S.B.C. 1981, chap. 1 5, sec. 24 (1)). 

Special Accounts 

Forest Stand Management Fund 

This account was originally established as a fund by the Forest Stand Management Fund Act, 1 986, and was changed to a Special 
Account under the Special Accounts Appropriation and Control Act, 1 988. Revenue is provided by contributions from municipalities, the 
forest industry, forest sector unions and others. Expenditures provide for enhanced management of British Columbia's forest and range 
lands and for related projects. 

No financing transactions are provided for under this account. 

Small Business Forest Enterprise 

This account was established in 1 988 through an amendment to section 87.1 of the Forest Act. The purpose of the account is to identify 
all revenues incidental to the operation of the Small Business Forest Enterprise program and provide an ongoing source of funds to defray 
the costs of the program. 

Revenue is collected from the following sources: upset stum page; bonus stumpage; and annual fees and billings (annual rent, trespass 
charges, scaling fees, and registration fees) incidental to the operation of the program. 

Expenditure is for program administration, construction and maintenance of logging roads and bridges, costs of selling timber, basic 
silviculture to restock logged lands, and other activities incidental to the operation of the program. 

Revenue in excess of current expenditures and future basic silviculture requirements is transferred to the General Fund. 

No financing transactions are provided for under this account. 

South Moresby Implementation — Forest Replacement 

This account was established by the South Moresby Implementation Account Act in 1 988. The purpose of the account is to offset the 
decrease in forest land available for harvest due to the creation of South Moresby National Park by funding incremental silviculture 
activities on coastal forest lands. 

The account may be credited with contributions from the General Fund, the federal government and accrued interest. 

No financing transactions are provided for under this account. 

Valuation Allowance 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act ( S.B.C. 1981, chap. 15, sec. 14(1)). 


Government Services 

Vote 45 — Minister's Office 

This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Government Services, and includes the salaries of the minister, the minister's staff and 
related office expenses. 

Vote 46 — Ministry Operations 

This vote provides for central services to the Legislature, the Executive Council, special offices, ministries and participating public bodies 
and for administration of the Queen's Printer Act, and the Purchasing Commission Act, the Lottery Act, the Document Disposal Act, the Public 
Service Act and the Premier's Council for Persons With Disabilities Act. Major activities include: 

(a) Administration and Support Services 

This sub-vote provides for support services to the ministry including executive, financial, administrative, human resources, information 
systems, and ministry information services. This sub-vote provides for government-wide management training and development. Provision is 
made for some expenses incurred by the Legislature and the Office of the Premier and for a grant to the Intergovernmental Conference 
Secretariat. This sub-vote provides for toll-free telephone access and referral services on government programs for residents of the province. 
This sub-vote also provides for cabinet committee expenses and travel expenses within Canada for members of the Executive Council, 
Parliamentary Secretaries, and related staff. Recoveries are received from special offices and ministries for the provision of management training 
and other services. 


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Government Services — Continued 

(b) Government Programs and Services 

This sub^vote provides for specialized and statutory services to the government, including: 

(i) Archives and Records Services — provides for acquisition and preservation of historical government and private documents, printed 
materials and other records such as photographs, paintings, prints and audio-visual recordings considered to be of permanent 
historical significance to the province. This program also provides for centralized performance of duties prescribed under the 
Document Disposal Act. Some costs are recovered for the storage, retrieval and disposal of records on behalf of Crown agencies, and 
for the photocopying of records and miscellaneous sales; 

(ii) Government House — provides for operation of Government House, including operating and maintenance costs and official 
functions, and for the Office of the Lieutenant Governor; 

(iii) Legislative Buildings Services — provides for operation and maintenance costs of the Legislative Buildings; occupancy and related 
costs in Vancouver for the Executive Council and the Leader of the Opposition; and occupancy and maintenance costs of British 
Columbia House, Ottawa; 

(iv) Community Grants Administration — provides for grants in support of a broad range of community initiatives and for the 
administration of these grants; 

(v) Protocol and Events — provides for costs of official ceremonies, entertaining visiting dignitaries and guests of the province, 
government-hosted functions, government honours and awards, the provincial carillon, and grants for the Queen Elizabeth II British 
Columbia Centennial Scholarship; 

(vi) Public Service Commission — provides for fees and salaries of the Commissioners and staff, and expenses of the Commission in the 
processing and hearing of appeals under the Public Service Act. 

(vii) Premier's Advisory Council for Persons with Disabilities — provides for fees of the Advisory Council and the salaries of staff, and the 
expenses of the Council and secretariat, in order to implement the mandate as established by the Premier's Council for Persons with 
Disabilities Act; 

(viii) Information and Privacy Branch — provides for the development of policies and procedures and the implementation across 
government of improved public access to government information, and the protection of personal information held by government. 

(c) Purchasing Commission 

This sub-vote provides for procurement services related to the acquisition of commodities and services for government ministries and 
public sector agencies, and development and administration of public sector purchasing policy to stimulate economic activity in the province 
as follows: 

(i) Executive and Corporate Services — provides for the activities of the Purchasing Commission, including financial analysis, reporting, 
planning, consulting and daily financial operations, administration and facilities support, service quality coordination and human 
resource services, and policy and strategic planning services; 

(ii) Product Sales and Services — provides for the printing requirements of government, including publishing the British Columbia 
Gazette Parts I and II, and management of the government's copyright, and the purchase of printing services, office stationery and 
protocol gjftware; province-wide mail processing, courier, mail preparation and mail list services. Costs are fully recovered from 
special offices, ministries and participating public bodies; 

(iii) Purchasing and Supplier Development Services — provides fora purchasing service, including planning, evaluation and consulting 
to government ministries and public sector agencies, and for assistance to British Columbia businesses in obtaining a larger share of 
the public sector market and in enhancing their competitive position in the international market. A portion of the costs is recovered 
from special offices, ministries and participating public bodies; and 

(iv) Travel Management Services — provides for air ambulance and special flight services; management of the government's light vehicle 
fleet and assistance for ministries and public sector agencies in choosing transportation alternatives. A portion of the costs is 
recovered from special offices and ministries. 

Costs related to the provision of procurement services for participating public sector agencies are fully recovered. 

(d) Policy Coordination Office 

This sub-vote provides for public consultation, planning and coordination of policy and legislative priorities, and support to the Premier 
and Cabinet for cross — ministry initiatives undertaken as part of the policy and legislative process. 

(e) Government Communications Office 

This sub-vote provides for planning, coordination and implementation of communication policies and programs, general advertising, and 
information services for all special offices, ministries and certain public bodies, and for a liaison function between government and special 
interest groups. 

(f) Coordination of Appointments to Agencies, Boards and Commissions 

This sub-vote provides for the coordination of appointments to government agencies, boards and commissions. Costs are recovered from 
special offices and ministries. 


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Government Services — Continued 
Vote 47 — Pensions Administration 

This vote provides for operation of the Superannuation Commission including: 

(a) Pensions Administration 

This sub-vote provides for development of pension policies and operation of eight pension plans as authorized by the following statutes 
or regulations: 

Pension (Public Service) Act; 

Pension (Municipal) Act; 

Pension (Teachers) Act; 

Pension (College) Act; 

Legislative Assembly Allowances and Pension Act; 

BC Rail Ltd. pension fund rules and regulations; 

British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority pension fund regulations; and 
Workers' Compensation Board superannuation fund regulations. 

(b) Recoveries from Pension Funds 

This sub-vote provides for full recovery of costs of administering pensions and pension funds. 

Statutory Accounts 
Expo 86 Wind-up 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act ( S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 56). 

Canadian Council of Archives and National Archives of Canada 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 22 (1)) for the 
scheduling, appraising, selecting, arranging and describing of government records of British Columbia. 

Special Account 

Purchasing Commission Working Capital 

This account was established by authority of the Purchasing Commission Act to provide the Purchasing Commission with working 
capital to finance the acquisition of i nventory and selected goods and services for resale or lease to government ministries and publ ic sector 
agencies; disposal of surplus materiel of government ministries and public sector agencies; establishment and operation of warehouses for 
storage of inventory and surplus materiel; and, in conjunction with the aforementioned purposes, entry into supply arrangements to 
stimulate economic activity in the province pursuant to the public sector purchasing policy. 

All expenditures are recoverable. Expenditures may exceed revenue in any year by the amount of the statutory spending authority 
shown in the Estimates and provided for by the Supply Act minus the net deficiency from operations carried forward from previous years. 
For 1 992/93, this statutory spending authority is $28,000,000. 

All purchases other than inventories are fully expensed when they are made. The expenditure of the account, net of revenue, is 
included in the total expenditure of the ministry. 

No financing transactions are provided for under this account. 

Valuation Allowance 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1981, chap. 1 5, sec. 14(1)). 

Health and Ministry Responsible for Seniors 

Vote 48 — Minister's Office 

This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Health and Minister Responsible for Seniors, and includes the salaries of the minister, 
the minister's staff and related office expenses. 


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Health and Ministry Responsible for Seniors — Continued 
Vote 49 — Ministry Operations 

This vote provides for administration, operation and delivery of health care, health promotion and educational services including: 

(a) Management Operations 

This sub-vote provides for policy development and strategic studies in health care and health promotion, and corporate support services 
to the ministry's operating programs. The sub-vote includes the deputy minister's office, vital statistics, communications and education, human 
resources, financial services, policy, planning and legislation, the Office of Health Promotion, operational review, and staff development and 
safety programs. The sub-vote also provides for the central supply of various goods and services to the ministry and outside agencies and 
facilities including telecommunications, computer systems and consulting services, building occupancy(including government's share of debt 
servicing costs for health facilities), library services, health disaster planning and coordination and vehicle management. Contributions are 
provided to various agencies providing services on behalf of the Division of Vital Statistics, to groups and agencies providing health promotion 
activities, to the Health Professions Council, to the British Columbia Health Research Foundation, and to agencies providing data and other 
analytical services. Recoveries are received from the distribution of supplies and provision of services within the ministry, to other ministries, 
and to other agencies, including other levels of government. 

(b) Prevention and Treatment of Substance Abuse 

This sub-vote provides for management, operation and delivery of existing and new programs to prevent or treat substance abuse including 
ministry operated outpatient clinics, detoxification centres, residential treatment centres and financial contributions to private agencies for 
these services. Grants are provided to community groups and non-profit societies for prevention and treatment of substance abuse initiatives. 
Recoveries are received from the Medical Services Plan for salaried and sessional medical services. 

(c) Community and Family Health 

This sub-vote provides for services in mental health; environmental, family and preventive health; forensic psychiatry; disease contrab- 
and health promotion activities. This sub-vote receives recoveries from the Medical Services Plan for salaried and sessional medical services: 

(i) Environmental, Family and Preventive Health — provides for management and operation of environmental, family and preventive 
health programs. These programs include public health inspection, facilities licensing, epidemiology, medical health officers, 
environmental health assessment, radiation protection, health services for school students and special needs pupils, child and youth 
mental health, public health nursing, health promotion and education, speech and hearing, nutrition, dental services, services to 
multi-handicapped persons, community residential placements for children and adults, respite and other family support, special care 
initiatives, operation of a toll-free telephone referral service and services to persons with head injuries. Contributions are provided 
to agencies and municipalities for some services. Recoveries are received from the Ministry of Social Services for community 
placement of clients; 

(ii) British Columbia Centre for Disease Control — provides for management and operation of programs including clinical services for 
tuberculosis, sexually transmitted diseases, laboratory and pharmacy services, kidney dialysis and other medical services. 
Contributions are provided to municipalities for the delivery of certain programs. Recoveries are received from the federal 
government for tuberculosis services to aboriginals and from school districts for some health services; 

(iii) Forensic Psychiatric Services — provides for management and operation of forensic psychiatric services to the courts and justice 
agencies in the province for adults and juveniles on an inpatient, outpatient and consultative basis. Contributions are provided to 
various agencies to administer sex offender treatment programs and to the Family Violence Institute; and 

(iv) Mental Health — provides for management and operation of mental health centres, Burnaby Psychiatric Services and the residential 
care program. Contributions are provided to the Greater Vancouver Mental Health Services Society, the British Columbia Mental 
Health Society (Riverview Hospital) and funded agencies providing community residential, rehabilitation and day care programs. 

(d) Hospital Care Services 

This sub-vote provides for program management and contributions for the operation, construction, renovation and equipment purchases 
of acute and extended care hospitals. Program management includes policy formulation and implementation, resource allocation, 
administrative and consultative services, facility planning, hospital monitoring and data retrieval. Hospital operating contributions pay for the 
majority of operating costs of hospitals. This sub-vote also provides for hospital liability indemnification; funding for hospitals in coordination 
with community based agencies, to seek and administer more efficient and effective methods of meeting the health needs of the population 
served; contributions to the Red Cross, cancer clinics and other hospital and health related agencies, out-of-province hospital services; 
contributions for payment of the provincial government's share of debt servicing for hospital construction and renovation projects; and 
contributions for minor capital projects and payment of the provincial government's share of the purchase of approved equipment. 


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Health and Ministry Responsible for Seniors — Continued 

(e) Continuing Care Services 

This sub-vote provides for program management, direct services and contributions to programs serving residents of British Columbia 
requiring assistance in carrying out daily living activities, but not requiring the high level of care provided by an acute care hospital. Direct 
services include home nursing care, long term care assessment and community physiotherapy. Contributions include funding to proprietary 
and non-profit long term care facilities for the delivery of personal, intermediate and extended care services, homemaker agencies providing 
care for clients in their own homes, adult day care for clients unable to cope fully in the community but not requiring full time use of a facility 
and group homes for the handicapped. Contributions are also provided to municipalities and health related agencies for the provision of home 
care and long term care services. These contributions normally pay the majority of operating costs after deducting revenue from direct charges 
to patients. This sub-vote also provides contributions for payment of the provincial government's share of debt servicing for non-profit long 
term care facility construction and renovation projects. This sub-vote also provides for the Office for Seniors which was established to 
coordinate policies and programs for seniors, and to promote their well-being. The Office provides administrative support to the Minister 
Responsible for Seniors and is the Secretariat for the Seniors' Advisory Council. 

(f) Emergency Health Services 

This sub-vote provides for program management and emergency pre-hospital care by the Emergency Health Services Commission through 
the British Columbia Ambulance Service, including ground and air ambulance service throughout the province, and training programs for 
emergency medical assistants and paramedic crews. The Emergency Medical Assistants Licensing Board provides for the examination and 
licensing of emergency medical personnel. Contributions are made to agencies which provide services on behalf of the Emergency Health 
Services Commission. Recoveries are received from the Workers' Compensation Board for salaries paid to Commission employees injured on 
the job. 

(g) Recoveries from Health Special Account 

This sub-vote provides for recoveries from the Health Special Account to finance operating budgets, including funds to meet urgent health 
care priorities and new health care pressures, to enhance continuing care, to fund innovative initiatives in preventive and community care and 
to provide funds for the British Columbia Health Research Foundation. 

Vote 50 — Medical Services Commission and Pharmacare 

This vote provides for payment for insured services, and development and administration of policies and programs, including health 
promotion and educational services, under the Medical Services Plan and Pharmacare including: 

(a) Medical Services Commission 

This sub-vote provides for administration of the Medical Services Plan and payments from the Plan. Administration includes registration 
of subscribers, billing and processing of premiums, auditing claims for benefits and negotiation of contracts with practitioners. Medical Services 
Plan premiums flow directly into the Consolidated Revenue Fund. Expenditures include payments to physicians, dental surgeons, other 
practitioners and laboratories, on a fee-for-service basis according to schedules of fees approved by the Commission and on a contract, salaried 
and sessional basis. The plan is responsible for funding other expenses as required. Recoveries are received for certain processing services 
provided to practitioners. 

(b) Pharmacare 

This sub-vote provides for administration of Pharmacare programs and payment of Pharmacare benefits. Administration includes the 
establishment of policies and systems for reimbursement of benefits under the Pharmacare programs, negotiation and monitoring of 
participation agreements, verification and processing of claims for benefits and monitoring of drug utilization. Expenditures include payments 
for the full or partial cost of designated prescription drugs, dispensing fees, ostomy supplies, home oxygen, prosthetic appliances and other 
approved items. 

Statutory Accounts 

Child Care Programs 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec, 22 (1)). 

It allows the ministry to recover the federal share of funding pursuant to an agreement with Health and Welfare Canada, Child Care 
Programs, for up to $48,500 in matching funds to develop a comprehensive Quality Care Resource Guide for Licensing Personnel in child 
care settings. 

Elder Abuse in Communities Study 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Acf(S.B.C. 1981, chap. 15, sec. 22 (1)). 

The federal government has agreed to provide funding of $230,000 over three years for a multi-phase project which will examine the 
dynamics of elder abuse and review program models across the diverse aboriginal, multi-cultural and regional communities. This account 
has been set up to account for recoverable expenditures over the term of the agreement. 

Extended Care Beds for Veterans 

This account was established under the authority olthe Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1981, chap. 15, sec. 22 (1)). 

It is required to facilitate accounting for expenditures and recoveries under the Federal/Provincial Capital Contribution Agreement 
whereby the federal government will contribute two-thirds of the actual cost of 200 extended care beds for veterans. 


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Health and Ministry Responsible for Seniors — Continued 
Geographic Disaster Information System 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1981, chap. 15, sec. 22 (1)). 

It is required to facilitate accounting for expenditures and recoveries under a five year cost sharing agreement with the federal 
government, which was established to develop an integrated Geographic Health Care Emergency and Disaster Information System. 

Heart Health 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act { S.B.C. 1981, chap. 15, sec. 22 (1)) to facilitate 
accounting for recoverable expenditures under a five year cost sharing agreement with the federal government, which was established to 
develop a community based approach to preventing and reducing heart disease. 

Inter-Provincial Reciprocal Agreements — Hospital Care 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act ( S.B.C. 1981, chap. 1 5, sec. 22 (1)). Effective 
October, 1981, all the provinces in Canada agreed to fund the hospitals in their jurisdiction for eligible services provided to insured 
residents of another province. The province providing the service recovers the cost from the patients' home province. 

Inter-Provincial Reciprocal Agreements — Medical Services by Physicians 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 22 (1 )). Effective 
April, 1988, all provinces in Canada, except Quebec, agreed that residents of other provinces would be eligible for the same insured 
physician services as those provided to residents in the host province. The host province reimburses the physician for the service, and then 
recovers the cost from the patients' home province. 

Joint Emergency Preparedness Program 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 22 (1)) to recover 
expenditures from the federal government related to the cost-sharing agreement under the Joint Emergency Preparedness Program. 

Sewage Disposal Agreement 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act( S.B.C. 1981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 22(1)). This account 
is for a cost shared agreement with Environment Canada, Conservation and Protection, to assess sewage effluent impacts on ground water 
quality in the Fraser Valley. 

Collection Agency Commissions 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 1 1 (2)). The account 
is used to record commissions paid to collection agencies for the successful collection of outstanding accounts owed to the Ministry. 

Special Account 

Health Special Account 

This account is established by the Flealth Special Account Act, 1 992. Administered by the Ministry of Health and Ministry Responsible 
for Seniors, the account provides for the allocation of a portion of the Lottery Corporation revenues to finance operating budgets, including 
funds to meet urgent health care priorities and new health care pressures, to enhance continuing care, to fund innovative initiatives in 
preventive and community care and to provide funds for the British Columbia Health Research Foundation. Expenditure represents 
transfers to Vote 49, Ministry Operations. 

No financing transactions are provided for under this account. 

Valuation Allowance 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 1 4 (1)). 


Labour and Consumer Services 

Vote 51 — Minister's Office 

This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Labour and Consumer Services, and includes the salaries of the minister, the minister's 
staff and related office expenses. 

Vote 52 — Ministry Operations 

This vote provides for ministry programs and activities, including: 

(a) Administration and Support Services 

This sub-vote provides for ministry management and central services including financial, personnel, communications, information 
systems and other administrative systems. Grants are provided to educational institutions and other organizations to promote improved labour 
relations and consumer protection initiatives. Certain costs of supporting the Workers' Compensation Review Board and Compensation 
Advisory Services are recovered from the Accident Fund established pursuant to the Workers Compensation Act. 


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Labour and Consumer Services — Continued 

(b) Labour Relations 

This sub-vote provides for services related to harmonious labour relations, including administration of the Pension Benefits Standards Act 
and Employment Standards Act, support services to the Industrial Relations Council and British Columbia Council of Human Rights and related 
policy and statistical services. This sub-vote also provides for contributions to individuals, agencies and other organizations to assist in the 
resolution of labour management conflicts. 

(c) Industrial Relations Council 

This sub-vote provides for administration of the Industrial Relations Act. 

(d) Workers' Compensation Review Board and Compensation Advisory Services 

This sub-vote provides for operation of the Workers' Compensation Review Board, an agency established under the Workers 
Compensation Act to review decisions made by the Workers' Compensation Board. Compensation Advisory Services provides advice to 
employers and workers respecting decisions made by the Workers' Compensation Board. Costs associated with the Workers' Compensation 
Review Board and Compensation Advisory Services are fully recovered from the Accident Fund established pursuant to the Workers 
Compensation Act and from fees. 

(e) Consumer Services 

This sub-vote provides for promotion of fairness and understanding in the market place through the development, administration and 
enforcement of consumer legislation, including the Trade Practice Act and the Consumer Protection Act. This sub-vote also provides for 
regulation of certain aspects of cemetery, motor dealer and travel firm operations; assistance to over-committed debtors through counselling 
and debt pooling arrangements; investigation of trade practice violations involving consumer loss; and for administration of the Residential 
Tenancy Act, which governs the relationship between landlords and tenants. Grants and contributions are provided to educational institutions 
and other organizations to promote consumer education and awareness. 

(f) Constitutional Affairs 

This sub-vote provides for the development of policies regarding provincial constitutional affairs and for constitutional reform 
preparations, jointly with the Office of the Premier. 

Statutory Account 

Special Account 

Productivity Fund 

This account was originally established as a fund by the Industrial Relations Reform Act, 1 987, and was changed to a Special Account 
under the Special Accounts Appropriation and Control Act, 1 988. The purpose of the account is to provide $500,000 to assist in making 
British Columbia competitive in world markets, to encourage cost savings and productivity, to ensure that gains from productivity are 
equitably shared by labour, capital and consumers, and to create the potential for new job creation through increased investment in British 
Columbia. No interest or other revenue is credited to the account. Administration costs are funded through voted appropriations. 

No financing transactions are provided for under this account. 


Municipal Affairs, Recreation and Housing 

Vote 53 — Minister's Office 

This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Municipal Affairs, Recreation and Housing, and includes the salaries of the minister, the 
minister's staff and related office expenses. 

Vote 54 — Ministry Operations 

This vote provides for executive direction and management of the ministry and delivery of operating and statutory grant programs 
including: 

(a) Administration and Support Services 

This sub-vote provides for executive direction and administrative services to the operating programs of the ministry. This sub-vote also 
provides for budget coordination, corporate planning, financial and personnel administration, office management and accommodation, public 
affairs, information systems, women's programs, and administration of the Shelter Aid for Elderly Renters (SAFER) program and the Home 
Owner Grant Act. 

(b) Local Government and Community Services 
This sub-vote provides for: 

(i) administration of the Municipal Act and Revenue Sharing Act; review and monitoring of local government administrative and 
financial practices and procedures; support services to local governments including collection and assessment of statistics and 
information, analysis of water and sewerage construction projects, investigations into local government issues, and community and 
regional planning; and 


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Municipal Affairs, Recreation and Housing — Continued 

(ii) policy research and development; legislative review; administration of the Downtown Revitalization Program, the Physical Fitness 
and Amateur Sports Fund Special Account, and the Library Act; and implementation of policies and programs in the areas of 
community library services, amateur sports and recreation. 

Grants and contributions are made for local services as provided under the Municipal Aid Act, the general operation of the Islands Trust 
and athletic awards to post-secondary students. Grants and contributions are also paid to the Sechelt Indian Government District for grants 
equivalent to the Flome Owner Grant, to local authorities to assist in financing various projects and services, and to various organizations to 
support library and amateur sports and recreation services and projects, including the 1 994 Commonwealth Games. 

(c) Assessment Services 

This sub-vote provides for Courts of Revision and Assessment Appeal Board operations which provide taxpayers with a means to obtain 
fair and equitable tax assessments. In 1 991/92 an operating grant was paid to the British Columbia Assessment Authority. 

(d) Safety and Standards 

This sub-vote provides for: public safety programs including the Office of the Fire Commissioner; establishment of building construction 
and safety standards; inspection services for electricity, natural gas, propane, boiler and pressure vessels, elevating devices, amusement rides, 
refrigeration systems, ski lifts, railways and pipelines; contributions to the Fire Academy; investigations; and the licensing of technical 
personnel. Some recoveries are made for inspection services. 

(e) University Endowment Lands 

This sub-vote provides for management and operation of the University Endowment Lands including a contribution to the City of 
Vancouver for back-up fire protection services. Recoveries are received from ratepayers and from the University of British Columbia. 

(f) Housing Programs 

This sub-vote provides for the policy and planning of housing initiatives and includes contributions for programs administered by the 
British Columbia Housing Management Commission and the Provincial Rental Housing Corporation. This sub-vote also provides for grants to 
seniors eligible to receive SAFER benefits. 

Vote 55 — Municipal Revenue Sharing 

This vote provides for the transfer of funds to the Revenue Sharing Fund Special Account which provides conditional and unconditional 
grants to British Columbia local governments. The amount of the transfer is in accordance with the provisions of the Revenue Sharing Act, 1 979 
and subsequent amendments. 

Statutory Accounts 

Home Owner Grant 

This account was established under the authority of the Home Owner Grant Act ( S.B.C. 1 980, chap. 1 8, sec. 9(3) and 1 0(2)) to provide 
the ministry assistance in monitoring Home Owner Grant expenditures. 

Cassiar District 

This account was established under the authority of the Local Services Act (R.S.B.C. 1 979, chap. 247, sec. 2 and 6). To provide local 
services to an area. 

Special Accounts 

Physical Fitness and Amateur Sports Fund 

This account was originally created as a fund under the Revenue Surplus Appropriation Act, 1 969, was continued under the Funds 
Control Act, 1 979, and was changed to a Special Account under the Special Accounts Appropriation and Control Act, 1 988. 

The account promotes the physical fitness of residents of the province and their participation in amateur sport. Interest earned each 
year on the account balance is credited to the account as revenue. Expenditures consist of grants to physical fitness and amateur sport 
projects, groups and organizations, and awards to individuals. Administration costs are funded through voted appropriations. 

No financing transactions are provided for under this account. 

Revenue Sharing Fund 

This account was originally created asafund by the Revenue Sharing Act, 1977, was continued asafund under the Revenue Sharing 
Act, 1 979 and was changed to a Special Account under the Special Accounts Appropriation and Control Act, 1 988. This account provides 
conditional and unconditional grants to all British Columbia local governments on the basis of established criteria. It also contains the 
Grant Stabilization Account, from which funds are available for purposes of grant stabilization, and the Local Government Emergency 
Account, from which funds are available to address local government fiscal requirements resulting from economic or environmental 
emergencies. 

Money is paid into the account annually from the General Fund by way of a voted appropriation (Vote 55). The appropriation is 
determined by the revenue sharing formula contained in the Revenue Sharing Act (one point of both provincial personal and corporation 
income taxes, six per cent of provincial social service tax and six per cent of renewable and non-renewable resource revenue, including 
water rentals, plus or minus any previous years' adjustments). 


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Municipal Affairs, Recreation and Housing — Continued 


Interest is paid on the monies in the Grant Stabilization Account and Local Government Emergency Account at a rate based on 
government's average shortterm borrowing rates. 

Expenditures are for both conditional and unconditional revenue sharing grants. Conditional grants are paid for general planning, 
police and public health equalization, municipal restructuring, placement of utility lines underground, water and sewerage facilities and 
studies, and major municipal highways. Most unconditional grants are distributed according to a formula with population, expenditure 
and assessment components. Administration costs are provided through Vote 54. 

Changes to the balance occur when money is transferred into, or disbursed from, the Grant Stabilization Account or the Local 
Government Emergency Account. The account balance also increases when committed grants remain undisbursed. Undisbursed grants 
occur when conditions relating to capital projects for which funds have been allocated have not yet been met. When conditions are met, 
funds are disbursed and the balance reduced. 

No financing transactions are provided for under this account. 

University Endowment Lands Administration 

This account was established as a Miscellaneous Statutory Account by authority of the University Endowment Lands Administration 
Act, was continued under the University Endowment Land Act, 1979, and became a Special Account under the Special Appropriations 
Act, 1 982. The account provides for operation and management of ratepayer services within the University Endowment Lands. 

Account revenue is derived from University Endowment Lands resident ratepayer contributions, including fees, licences and property 
taxes. Account expenditure is the ratepayers' portion of the costs of providing services. 

No financing transactions are provided for under this account. 

Financing Transaction — Concessionary Loans 

This account was established under the authority of a financing transaction to write-down concessionary loans. 

Valuation Allowance 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act { S.B.C. 1981, chap. 15, sec. 14 (1)). 


Social Services 

Vote 56 — Minister's Office 

This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Social Services, and includes the salaries of the minister, the minister's staff and related 
office expenses. 

Vote 57 — Ministry Operations 

This vote provides for administration, operation and delivery of ministry income security programs and social services including: 

(a) Administration and Support Services 

This sub-vote provides for overall direction and development of ministry programs and services, administrative support and management 
services to ministry operations. This sub-vote also provides for rental and maintenance of buildings and offices occupied by the ministry 
headquarters, communications services, development, as well as grants and contributions to support this activity. 

(b) Direct Community Services 

This sub-vote provides for salaries, benefits, and direct operating costs of service delivery in regional, area and district offices and 
community-based programs, including rental and maintenance of buildings and offices occupied by ministry field services, telecommunica- 
tions and statutory advertising. 

(c) Services for Families and Children 

This sub-vote provides for services and residential resources for children under the care of the Superintendent of Family and Child Services, 
and for programs offering support to families and children in their own homes or communities. Services are provided by means of grants and 
contributions to funded agencies, Provincial Rental Housing Corporation and foster parents. Recoveries are received from the federal 
government in the form of family allowance payments for children-in-care. 

(d) Community Support Services 

This sub-vote provides for ministry-operated and community based residential care for persons with mental handicaps and for social 
services and training for persons with physical and mental handicaps. This sub-vote also provides for programs to support families with 
handicapped children, for community-based services and for day care programs. The sub-vote provides for grants and contributions to funded 
agencies. Provincial Rental Housing Corporation individuals and parents with handicapped children. Recoveries are received form the Medical 
Services Plan for salaried and sessional medical services and supplies purchased for children with severe handicapping conditions. 


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Social Services — Continued 

(e) Programs for Independence 

This sub-vote provides for grants, contributions and payments under indemnity agreements for income assistance and special allowances 
to persons in need. This includes a minimum guaranteed income for handicapped persons, health and dental care needs of Programs for 
Independence recipients and children-in-care, burial fees for indigent persons, and grants and contributions for training, rehabilitation and 
employment programs for Programs for Independence recipients and children-in-care. This sub-vote also provides for transition houses and 
emergency shelter programs. 

(f) Services to Seniors 

This sub-vote provides for grants and contributions for an additional monthly payment to the most needy seniors, who receive the federal 
Guaranteed Income Supplement or Spouse's Allowance; subsidized bus passes for senior citizens and handicapped persons who qualify for 
Programs for Independence benefits or the federal Guaranteed Income Supplement; and counselling services for senior citizens. Recoveries 
are received from the sale of bus passes to eligible persons. 

Statutory Accounts 

Employment Initiatives Program Evaluation 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1981, chap. 15, sec. 22(1)). The 
Employment Initiatives Project was created to enhance employability for social assistance recipients. A contribution was made by the 
federal government to evaluate these projects. 

Seminar for Senior Social Service Managers 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 22(1)). 


Tourism and Minister Responsible for Culture 

Vote 58 — Minister's Office 

This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Tourism and Minister Responsible for Culture, and includes the salaries of the minister, 
the minister's staff and related office expenses. 

Vote 59 — Ministry Operations 

This vote provides for executive direction, administration and operating programs forthe ministry including: 

(a) Administration and Support Services 

This sub-provides forthe Deputy Minister's office, public affairs and communications, financial, administrative, personnel and computing 
services for the ministry and for the administration of B.C. Steamship Company (1975) Ltd. Grants and contributions are provided to 
organizations to support special projects and activities which complement ministry programs. 

(b) Culture and Historic Resources 

This sub-provides for the grants and contributions to individuals and agencies in support of cultural and historic resource activities, 
delivery of government programs under the Museum Act, the Heritage Conservation Act and the Klondike National Historic Park Act, and for 
the implementation of policies and programs with regard to culture, and includes: 

(i) Culture and Historic Resources — provides for: implementation of government policies and delivery of services in the performing arts, 
museums and art galleries; advice and funding for the visual arts, including management of the British Columbia art collection; 
administration of the British Columbia Cultural Fund; coordination of development of motion picture and publishing industries in 
British Columbia; and protection, preservation and management of the province's heritage resources including archaeological sites, 
heritage buildings and administration of the British Columbia Heritage Trust as required by the Heritage Trust Act. Provision is also 
made for management and promotion of historic sites including the Heritage Trust and the Film Development Society of British 
Columbia; and 

(ii) Royal British Columbia Museum — provides for gathering, developing and communicating knowledge of British Columbia's human 
and natural history through the acquisition and care of museum collections pursuant to the Museum Act. Recoveries are received 
from the federal government and other organizations for certain programs. 


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Tourism and Minister Responsible for Culture — Continued 

(c) Tourism 

This stib-provides for: 

(i) Tourism Services and Development — provides for implementation of policies and activities which support the tourist industry 
including: developing provincial and regional strategies and plans; implementing tourism resource management initiatives; 
providing advisory services; coordinating and implementing tourism research and information management; managing the tourism 
toll free telephone inquiry program and distributing tourism promotional material; encouraging greater cooperation between 
government and the travel industry; managing the operations of B.C. Steamship Company (1 975) Ltd.; and, identifying and assisting 
in the development of new tourism products and opportunities. Grants and contributions are provided to the Travel Information 
Network, the Pacific Rim Institute of Tourism and to other organizations for the partial support of tourism related projects and 
activities. Costs incurred for operating the SuperHost Program, Travel InfoNet, and research programs are partially recovered from 
program revenues; and 

(ii) Tourism Marketing — provides for local, national and international marketing of British Columbia as a tourist destination. Activities 
include coordinating and implementing tourism advertising and promoting special events and trade conventions. Grants and 
contributions are provided to regional tourist associations and other entities to support joint marketing programs. Costs are partially 
recovered from other organizations working in partnership with the ministry. 

Statutory Accounts 

Museums Assistance Program — Public Programming 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 22(1 )). This account 
is for assistance fund Travelling Exhibits and Speaker's Tours for the Royal British Columbia Museum. 

Museums Assistance Program — Heritage Properties 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 22(1 )). This account 
was established to undertake a one-time only museum cataloguing project at Point Ellice House and Haig-Brown House historic sites. 

Pacific Northwest Economic Region 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1 981, chap. 1 5, sec. 22(1)). This account 
was established to undertake a cooperative research project. 

Special Account 

British Columbia Cultural Fund 

This account was originally created as a fund under the Centennial Cultural Fund Act, 1 967, and was renamed the British Columbia 
Cultural Fund effective March 31 , 1 972 pursuant to the Centennial Cultural Fund (Amendment) Act. It was continued under the Funds 
Control Act, 1 979 and was changed to a Special Account under the Special Accounts Appropriation and Control Act, 1 988. 

The account provides funding for the cultural development of the people of British Columbia. Interest earned each year on the account 
balance is credited to the account as revenue. Expenditures consist of grants to cultural projects, groups and organizations, and awards to 
individuals, and some administration costs which are not funded through voted appropriations. 

No financing transactions are provided for under this account. 

Transportation and Highways 

Vote 60 — Minister's Office 

This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Transportation and Highways, and includes the salaries of the minister, the minister's 
staff and related office expenses. 

Vote 61 — Ministry Operations 

This vote provides for administration, operation, and delivery of ministry programs including: 

(a) Administration and Support Services 

This sub-vote provides for executive, financial, administrative, personnel, information systems, internal audit and public affairs functions. 

(b) Transportation Policy, Planning and Municipal Programs 

This sub-vote provides for provincial transportation policy development and planning activities as well as contributions to various 
transportation associations and other organizations involved in transportation issues. Contributions are also provided to local governments in 
support of their road systems and, through the Air Transport Assistance Program, to both public and private organizations to support 
development of local airport facilities. 


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Transportation and Highways — Continued 

(c) Highway Operations 

This sub-vote provides for regional operations support and other services in support of ministry programs throughout the province. This 
sub-vote also provides for contributions to various transportation organizations. 

(d) Highway Maintenance 

This sub-vote provides for maintenance and operation of highways and roads, bridge structures, ferry routes, ferry landings, tunnels, and 
winter maintenance involving snow and ice removal. This sub-vote also provides for district operations, regional maintenance activities and 
protection of the road and bridge infrastructure. Contributions are provided to various organizations in support of ski hill access and other 
transportation related activities. Recoveries are received from within the ministry for the use of equipment or the provision of services. 

(e) Highway Rehabilitation 

This sub-vote provides for restoration of the existing highway system including roads, bridges, ferry landings and ferries, so as to protect 
the investment in infrastructure, provide economy of maintenance and enhance safety. 

(f) Highway Capital Construction 

This sub-vote provides for numerous projects which upgrade the existing highway system or develop new routes to improve safety, 
capacity, accessibility and service levels. This includes planning, engineering, design, survey, construction, reconstruction, paving, legal 
services, right-of-way acquisition and property purchase, for provincial highways, roads, bridges, ferries, ferry landings and tunnels. It also 
provides for nine major capital projects with budgets of $50 million or more: Fraser River Crossing and Connectors; Okanagan Connector 
between Merritt and Peach land, 'Vancouver Island Highway from Swartz Bay to Menzies Bay; Cassiar Connector between the Second Narrows 
Bridge and First Avenue in Vancouver; Sea to Sky Highway between Vancouver and Whistler; Trans-Canada Highway — Lower Mainland 
Section from Vancouver to Langley; Highway #97 — Okanagan from the Canada/United States border to the Trans-Canada Highway; 
Barnet/Hastings Corridor in Burnaby, Port Moody and Coquitlam; and the Second Narrows Bridge and Approaches in Vancouver. 

(g) Contributions to the British Columbia Railway Company 

This sub-vote provides for a contributions to compensate the Company for operating losses on government mandated services and for 
capital expenditures incurred in providing the services. 

Statutory Accounts 

Bear Creek Connector Functional Study 

This account was established underthe authority of the Financial Administration Act( S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 22(1)). This account 
was established to study and address issues surrounding the Nordel Way extension to Highway 1 A in Delta and Surrey. 

Traffic Signal Installation/Vancouver Island 

This account was established underthe authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 22(1 )). This account 
was established as a cost share with 3 municipalities to install traffic signals. 

Land's End Road Interchange 

This account was established underthe authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1981, chap. 1 5, sec. 22(1 )). This account 
was established to recover the costs of the long term parking and pick-up/drop area for the expanded Swartz Bay Ferry Terminal. 

Cycling Conference 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 22(1 )). This account 
was established to recover the costs of the provincial cycling conference. 

Mid Arm Bridge Study 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Acf(S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 22(1)). This account 
was established to study the alternatives to the existing Middle Arm Bridge. 

McBride Main Street Upgrading 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1981, chap. 15, sec. 22(1)). This account 
was established to upgrade Main Street in McBride. 

Town of Port McNeill 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1981, chap. 1 5, sec. 22(1 )). This account 
was established to share the costs associated with illuminating the intersection of Compbell Way and McNeill Road. 

McKenzie Avenue Interchange 

This account was established underthe authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 22(1)). This account 
was established to pay and recover the costs associated with constructin severs and curbs and gutters along the detour route at the 
McKenzie interchange site. 


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Transportation and Highways — Continued 
Valuation Allowance 

This account was established under the authority of the Financial Administration Act (S.B.C. 1 981 , chap. 1 5, sec. 14 (1)). 


Women's Equality 

Vote 62 — Minister's Office 

This vote provides for the Office of the Minister of Women's Equality, and includes the salaries of the minister, the minister's staff and 
related office expenses. 

Vote 63 — Ministry Operations 

This vote provides for ministry programs and activities, including: 

(a) Administration and Support Services 

This sub-vote provides for overall management and administrative support services to the ministry including executive, planning, policy, 
communications, finance and administration. 

(b) Employment Equity 

This sub-vote provides for the development of policies and programs to promote employment equity within the British Columbia public 
service. All costs of this program in 1 991/92 were recovered from ministries and Crown corporations. 

(c) Women's Equality 

This sub-vote provides for programs to improve the economic, social and legal status of women, including: 

(i) Women's Equality Programs — provides for public information, community consultation, the coordination and development of 
government policy and programs for women, and grants and contributions to agencies in support of the economic, social and legal 
objectives of the ministry; 

(ii) Child Care — provides for the coordination, analysis and implementation of programs which result in stabilization of existing child 
care services; an increased number of child care spaces; and improved quality of services to children; and 

(iii) Intervention and Prevention of Violence Against Women — provides for the expansion of services for intervention and prevention of 
violence against women through joint planning and regional coordination with other ministries; improved community services to 
victims of violence; and education, training and awareness programs. 

Other Appropriations 

Vote 64 — Management of Public Funds and Debt (Minister of Finance and Corporate Relations) 

This vote provides for the cost of managing public funds and debt, and includes the following: 

(a) Cost of Borrowing for Government Purposes 

This sub-vote provides for the cost of interest on the direct debt of the province incurred for government purposes, and for associated costs 
and fees charged by Provincial Treasury in the borrowing and management of government funds and debt instruments. Recoveries are received 
from the use of financial instruments such as interest rate swaps and forward rate agreements. 

(b) Interest Assistance 

This sub-vote provides for fully recoverable expenditures associated with debt restructuring and repayment arrangements for Crown 
corporations. In 1991/92, this sub-vote provided for an annual grant of $3,800,000 to the British Columbia Systems Corporation for which 
there is no provision in 1 992/93. 

(c) Cost of Borrowing for Relending to Government Bodies 

This sub-vote provides for the cost of interest on borrowings under the fiscal agency program, and all associated costs. These costs are fully 
recovered from the government bodies. 

(d) Provincial T reasury Revenue Program 

This sub-vote provides for costs associated with special revenue programs. The programs function such that interest (and other earnings) 
on program assets should exceed interest (and other payments) on program liabilities. Any profit or loss is transferred to the Provincial Treasury 
Revenue Special Account. Recoveries are made from investment earnings of the General Fund. 

Vote 65 — Contingencies (All Ministries) and New Programs (Minister of Finance and Corporate Relations) 

This vote provides additional funding for items budgeted in other votes to accommodate the financial consequences of unanticipated and 
contingent events. Unanticipated events include developments during the year that could not be reasonably anticipated when the budget is 
prepared. Contingent events include developments that could be anticipated but not with enough certainty to make a reasonable estimate of 
budget costs, or where final costs are dependent on a pending decision by government or another party. 


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H 109 


Other Appropriations — Continued 

This vote also provides for unanticipated events not budgeted in other votes, but which are consistent with the general purposes of those 
votes. This includes natural disasters, emergency relief and assistance for those in need. Ex gratia payments are also provided for. 

In addition, this vote provides for funding of new government programs and for salary funding for program initiatives. 

Vote 66 — Government Accounting Systems Strategic Plan (Minister of Finance and Corporate Relations) 

This vote provides for the development and implementation of a corporate accounting system for government and for associated 
administration costs. 

Special Accounts 

Insurance and Risk Management Account 

This account was established bythe Financial Administration Amendment Act, 1 989, and provides insurance and/or risk management 
services to government bodies, ministries, public authorities, or classes of persons or public authorities designated by regulation. The 
account is administered by the Ministry of Finance and Corporate Relations. 

Revenue represents amounts paid into the account by participants under agreements, amounts required to be paid under regulation 
or amounts appropriated for that purpose. Expenditures are for administrative costs associated with risk management services; and costs 
related to an agreement or an arrangement for risk management services, purchase of insurance, and/or self-insurance services provided 
to government bodies, ministries, public authorities, hospitals, schools and colleges for investigation and settlement of claims. 

No financing transactions are provided for under this account. 

South Moresby Implementation — Forestry Compensation 

This account was established by the South Moresby Implementation Account Act, 1 988 and is administered by the Ministry of Forests. 
The purpose of the account is to provide for acquisition of third party forest interests associated with the proposed national park on South 
Moresby Island. 

The account may be credited with contributions from the General Fund, the federal government and accrued interest. Expenditures 
may be made for acquisition of third party forest interests associated with the proposed national park on South Moresby Island. 

No financing transactions are provided for under this account. 

Sustainable Environment Fund 

This account is created by the Sustainable Environment Fund Act, 1 990 to provide for the protection, renewal and enhancement of 
the environment. The account is administered by the Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks under the overall management and 
direction of the Cabinet Committee on Sustainable Development. 

Revenue is received from environmental levies, fees for vehicle inspections, fines from environmental prosecutions, transfers 
appropriations, discharge fees underthe Waste Management Act, and sales to, and contributions from the federal government, individuals, 
corporations and others. 

Expenditures for environmental protection, renewal and enhancement provide for initiatives to: address pollution prevention and 
reduce solid, liquid, hazardous and atmospheric wastes; acquire land for parks and fish and wildlife conservation purposes; and undertake 
integrated resource management and environmental protection. The account also provides for the operation of the Round Table on the 
Environment and the Economy. Funds were provided in 1 991/92 for the operation of the British Columbia Hazardous Waste Management 
Corporation. 

No financing transactions are provided for under this account. 


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British Columbia Endowment Fund Balance Sheet 
as at March 31 , 1993 

(Unaudited) 


Assets 

Investment portfolio 


Liabilities and Net Equity 

Liabilities 

Accounts payable 

Due to General Fund 

Net equity (Note 2) 


In Millions 


1993 

1992 

$ 

$ 

630 

565 

630 

565 


2 

7 

3 

4 

5 

11 

625 

554 

630 

565 


The accompanying notes and supplementary statement are an integral part of these financial statements. 


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Hill 


British Columbia Endowment Fund 
Statement of Revenue and Expenditure 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 

In Millions 

1993 1992 

Revenue $ $ 

Income from investments 35 37 

W.L.C. Developments Ltd. earnings 4 2 

Net proceeds from disposition of assets (Note 3) 15 16 

Total revenue 54 55 

Expenditure 

Payment to Natural Resource Community Fund 15 

Management fees 1 1 

Total expenditure 16 1 

Net revenue for the year 38 54 


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Notes to British Columbia Endowment Fund Financial Statements 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 


1 . Significant Accounting Policies 

(a) Reporting Entity 

These financial statements include the accounts of the British Columbia Endowment Fund and organizations which are owned or 
controlled by the British Columbia Endowment Fund. (W.L.C. Developments Ltd. and Duke Point Development Limited in 1 993.) 

The British Columbia Endowment Fund is a special fund, for purposes of the Financial Administration Act, established pursuant to the 
British Columbia Endowment Fund Act. Its purpose is to hold the assets of the special fund in perpetuity and keep them invested to produce 
revenue and economic benefit for British Columbia. 

(b) Principles of Consolidation 

The accounts of organizations owned or controlled by the British Columbia Endowment Fund are consolidated with the accounts of the 
British Columbia Endowment Fund after adjusting them to a basis consistent with the accounting policies described below. Inter-organization 
accounts and transactions are eliminated upon consolidation. 

(c) Basis of Accounting and Specific Policies 

The basis of accounting, specific policies and 1 993 changes in accounting policy, are as stated in the Significant Accounting Policies note 
of the Consolidated Revenue Fund Financial Statements, with the following amendments: 

• In accounting for the British Columbia Endowment Fund, proceeds are defined as the proceeds arising from the disposition of 
assets or rights held by the Crown or an agent of the Crown and designated by the Lieutenant Governor in Council. 

• The Minister of Finance and Corporate Relations may pay all or part of the accrued earnings of the British Columbia 
Endowment Fund to the General Fund, or into another special fund, as and when directed by the Lieutenant Governor in 
Council. 

• The Minister of Finance and Corporate Relations is permitted to diversify the investments of the British Columbia Endowment 
Fund into additional classes of investment such as equities (domestic and foreign), mortgages, real estate, bonds (goverment 
and corporate) and venture capital. 

• Investments are accounted for at market value. The difference between market value and cost is shown as unrealized 
appreciation or depreciation. 

• Investment transactions are recorded on the trade date (the date the order to buy or sell is executed). Dividend income is 
recognized on the ex-dividend date and interest income is recorded on the accrual basis. Realized gains and losses from 
investment transactions are calculated on the average cost basis. 

• The market value of investments, other assets and liabilities in foreign currencies are translated into Canadian dollars at the 
closing rate of exchange on each valuation date. Purchases and sales of investments are translated at the exchange rate 
prevailing on the respective dates of such transactions. Income and expenses are translated into Canadian dollars at the 
monthly closing exchange rate. 


2. Net Equity 


Net equity at beginning of the year 

Net revenue for the year 

Change in unrealized appreciation of investments 
Net equ ity at end of year 


3. Net Proceeds from Disposition of Assets 


British Columbia Enterprise Corporation 

British Columbia Hydro and Power Authority 
Highways maintenance 


In Millions 


1993 

1992 

$ 

$ 

554 

497 

38 

54 

33 

3 

625 

554 

In Millions 


1993 

1992 

$ 

$ 

12 

1 

3 

15 

15 

16 


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H 113 


Notes to British Columbia Endowment Fund Financial Statements 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31 , 1993 — Continued 
(Unaudited) 


4. Management Fees 

Management fees are paid by the British Columbia Endowment Fund to seven external fund managers for providing investment 
management and advisory services. The management fees are calculated based on the quarterly net assets. 


5. Contingencies and Commitments 

At the end of each year, there are a number of commitments outstanding for investment contracts. Such future investments are recorded 
as an asset in the year in which the investment is acquired. Commitments for investment contracts totalled approximately $26.6 million (1 992: 
$1 7.0 million). 


6. Commencement of the Fund 

Effective April 1 , 1 992, the Privatization Benefits Fund Act was repealed by the Budget Measures Implementation Act, 1992, section 20. 
On April 1, 1 992, the assets and liabilities of the Privatization Benefits Fund became the assets and liabilities of the British Columbia Endowment 
Fund which subsequently allocated $1 5 million to the Natural Resource Community Fund. 


7. Comparative Figures 

Figures presented for 1 992 are taken from the March 31 , 1 992 financial statements of the Privatization Benefits Fund. 


H 114 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


British Columbia Endowment Fund 
Statement of Investment Portfolio 
as at March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 


In Millions 

1993 1992 



Market 

Percent of 
Total 

Market 

Cost 1 

Value 

Investment 

Value 


Bonds 

$ 

$ 


$ 

Obligations of/or guaranteed by Canada 

36 

39 

6.20 

48 

Obligations of/or guaranteed by a province 

93 

99 

15.70 

85 

Obligations of/or guaranteed by a savings institution 

3 

4 

.60 

5 

Bonds and debentures issued by a corporation incorporated under the laws of 

Canada or a province 

28 

30 

4.80 

21 

Total bonds 

160 

172 

27.30 

159 

Shares and Convertible Securities 

Canadian securities by industry sector 

Metals and minerals 

6 

6 

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7 

Golds 

4 

5 

.70 

3 

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9 

12 

2.00 

5 

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10 

16 

2.50 

2 

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12 

13 

2.10 

11 

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10 

11 

1.70 

7 

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1 

1 

.10 

1 

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3 

3 

.40 

2 

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49 

58 

9.30 

2 

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3 

3 

.40 

5 

Communications and media 

5 

5 

.80 

5 

Merchandising 

4 

4 

.70 

5 

Financial services 

15 

16 

2.60 

18 

Management companies 

4 

3 

.60 

5 

Other equities 

5 

6 

.90 

6 


140 

162 

25.70 

84 

Units in Province of British Columbia Indexed Canadian Equity Fund 

59 

53 

8.40 

50 

Foreign securities 

39 

39 

6.20 

33 

Total shares and convertible securities 

238 

254 

40.30 

167 

Cash and temporary investments 

144 

145 

23.00 

177 

Other investments 

Real Estate 

33 

37 

5.80 

41 

Other investments 2 

12 

12 

1.90 

7 

Other assets (net) 

10 

10 

1.70 

14 

Total investment portfolio 

597 

630 

100.00 

565 


1 Bonds are listed at amortized cost. 

*As these investments are not actively traded securitites, the market value is based onthe historical cost of these investments. 


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H 115 


Natural Resource Community Fund Balance Sheet 
as at March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 

In Millions 
1993 

Assets $ 

Investment portfolio (Note 4) 19 

19 

Net Equity 

Net equity 19 

19 

The accompanying notes and supplementary statement are an integral part of these financial statements. 


H 116 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Natural Resource Community Fund Statement of Revenue 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 

In Millions 
1993 

Revenue $ 

Payment from British Columbia Endowment Fund 1 5 

Income from investments 1 

Other revenue (Note 5) 3 

Total revenue 19 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


H 117 


Notes to Natural Resource Community Fund Financial Statements 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 


1 . Significant Accounting Policies 

(a) Reporting Entity 

The Natural Resource Community Fund is a special fund, for purposes of the Financial Administration Act, established pursuant to the 
Natural Resource Community Fund Act. Its purpose is to assist communities that are largely dependent on a single resource industry to adjust 
to severe economic dislocation arising or that may arise as a result of business closures or industry workforce reductions. 

(b) Basis of Accounting and Specific Policies 

The basis of accounting, specific policies and 1993 changes in accounting policy, areas stated in the Significant Accounting Policies note 
in the Consolidated Revenue Fund Financial Statements. 


2. Net Equity In Millions 

1993 

$ 

Net equity at beginning of the year 0 

Net revenue for the year 1 9 

Net equity at end of year 19 


3. Commencement of Fund 

Effective April 1 , 1 992, the Natural Resource Communtiy Fund came into force. Subsequently $1 5 million was transferred from the British 
Columbia Endowment Fund into the fund. 


4. Investment Portfolio 

The investment portfolio consists of units of the Province of British Columbia Pooled Investment Portfolios. 


5. Other Revenues 

Other Revenues equate to 0.5% of all revenues, other than fines, under all the following Acts: Coal Act; ForestAct; Geothermal Resources 
Act; Logging Tax Act; Mineral Tax Act; Mineral Land Tax Act; Mineral Tenure Act; Mines Act; Mining Tax Act; Petroleum and Natural Gas Act; 
and. Range Act. 


Statutory Spending Authorities 
as at March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 


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H 123 


Ministry Related Financing Transactions 1 — Summary 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 


Actual— 

Disburse- 

Receipts 2 merits 

Ministry of Advanced Education, Training and Technology $ $ 

Discovery Enterprise Program 

Loans (disbursements) are provided to the Discovery Foundation or its 
subsidiary to finance equity and debenture investments in advanced tech- 
nology businesses under the Discovery Enterprise Program. 


Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food 

Agricultural Land Development (Special Account) 2,806,000 3,899,000 

Loans (disbursements) are provided to agricultural producers for purposes 
specified under the Agricultural Credit Act. Receipts represent estimated 
repayments of outstanding loan principal. 


Crop Insurance Stabilization 1,500,000 500,000 

Advances (disbursements) are provided to cover deficits in the Crop Insur- 
ance Trust Account that may arise due to payment of indemnity claims in 
excess of premiums and other revenue in the T rust Account. These advances 
are to be fully recovered from Crop Insurance Program premium revenue in 
subsequent years (receipts). 


Farm Income Assurance Fund (Special Account) 

Receipts represent interest bearing loans provided by the province to cover 
the deficit between Gross Revenue Insurance Program premiums and 
indemnities. In future years deficits will be repaid from premium revenues. 


Advances to Farm Income Assurance Fund for Gross Revenue Insurance Program 467,41 6 

A disbursement is provided by the province to the Farm Income Assurance 
Fund Special Account to provide for operating deficits of the Revenue 
Protection Plan. Receipts represent federal government contributions of 65 
per cent of loan disbursements. 


Ministry of Attorney General 

Interest on Trusts and Deposits 4,553,437 4,553,437 

Interest (disbursements) is credited to certain trust funds and deposits 
belonging to third parties, which are held by and are under the general 
administration or trusteeship of the province, on the basis of earnings 
received (receipts) from the investment of these funds or as specified by 
provincial statutes. Administration costs are funded through the ministry's 
voted appropriations. 


Ministry of Economic Development, Small Business and Trade 

Industrial Incentive Fund (Special Account) 8,91 6,563 

Loans and investments (disbursements) are provided to stimulate private 
sector investment and development for key sectors and projects under the 
Industrial Development Subsidiary Agreement and other programs. Re- 
ceipts represent repayments. 


Source 

(Requirement) 

$ 


(1,093,000) 


1 , 000,000 


(467,416) 


(8,916,563) 


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PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry Related Financing Transactions 1 — Summary 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 


Actual 

Disburse- 

Receipts 2 merits 

Ministry of Economic Development, Small Business and Trade — Continued $ $ 

Small Business Incentive Program (Special Account) 1 ,71 6,334 

Loans (disbursements) are provided to assist small business investment in 
aquaculture and industrial production facilities and equipment under the 
Small Business Incentives Subsidiary Agreement and other programs. Receipts 
represent the federal government contribution toward disbursements. 


Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources 

Vancouver Island Natural Gas Pipeline Assistance (Special Account) 

Loans (disbursements) are provided to the Pacific Coast Energy Corporation 
to facilitate construction of a natural gas pipeline to Vancouver Island. 


Vancouver Island Natural Gas Pipeline Rate Stabilization Facility 31 ,495,61 5 

The Vancouver Island Natural Gas Pipeline Act provides for the establish- 
ment of a rate stabilization facility (a zero interest repayable loan) to enable 
the utility to maintain competitive consumer rates during its early years of 
operation while its customer base is growing. Disbursements represent loan 
payments. No receipts are anticipated in 1992/93. 


Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks 

Crown Land (Special Account) 1 ,243,052 3,990,449 

Disbursements include recoverable expenditures for land acquisition, ser- 
vicing and development. Receipts represent repayment of loan principal 
and deposits made on pending land sales. 


Ministry of Finance and Corporate Relations 

Low Interest Loan Assistance 

Disbursements represent residual commitments and capitalized administra- 
tive costs relating to loans that were made under the Low Interest Loan 
Assistance Program. Most of the loan portfolio was sold to private sector 
lenders in 1989/90. Receipts represent principal payments on retained 
loans. No new loan authorizations are being made. 


Provincial Home Acquisition (Special Account) 6,051,210 1,394,945 

Disbursements represent new conversion mortgages, repurchased mort- 
gage accounts and guarantee claims paid under the mortgage assistance 
program. Receipts represent repayment of outstanding mortgage loan 
principal. 


British Columbia Transit (Gasoline Tax) Levy 51,002,833 50,363,421 

Advances (disbursements) are provided by the province to the British 
Columbia Transit Authority in respect of the British Columbia Transit Act 
gasoline and motive fuel taxes (receipts) collected on their behalf by the 
Ministry of Finance and Corporate Relations. Adminstration costs are 
funded through the ministry's voted appropriations. 


Source 

(Requirement) 

$ 

(1,716,334) 


(31,495,615) 


(2,747,397) 


4,656,265 


639,412 


PUBLIC ACCOU NTS 1 992/93 


H 125 


Ministry Related Financing Transactions 1 — Summary 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 



Receipts 2 

Actual 

Disburse- 

ments 

Source 

(Requirement) 

Ministry of Finance and Corporate Relations — Continued 

Land Tax Deferment Act 

Local governments are reimbursed (disbursements) by the province for 

$ 

9,271,505 

$ 

9,271,505 

$ 


property taxes, of seniors and other qualified property owners, that are 
deferred under this Act. The property owner or the estate is required to repay 
to the province all deferred taxes together with interest on the termination 
of the agreement. Receipts represent repayments of outstanding principal 
(taxes deferred exclusive of interest). Interest is credited to the Consolidated 
Revenue Fund as revenue, and administration costs are funded through the 
ministry's voted appropriations. 


Rural Area Property Taxes 103,265,216 102,955,611 309,605 

Advances (disbursements) are provided by the province to local govern- 
ments and entities in rural areas in respect of local taxes and levies (receipts) 
collected on their behalf by the Ministry of Finance and Corporate Rela- 
tions. Administration costs are funded through voted appropriations. 


Ministry of Health and Ministry Responsible for Seniors 

Hospital Innovation Incentive Program 2,496,636 5,000,000 (2,503,364) 

Loans (disbursements) are provided to stimulate investment in innovation 
by British Columbia hospitals. Receipts represent repayment of the loans 
through efficiency savings. Administration costs are funded through voted 
appropriations. 


Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Recreation and Housing 

Social Housing (Special Account) 

Advances (disbursements) are provided by the Provincial Rental Housing 
Corporation to acquire sites for social housing projects. Receipts are from 
the Provincial Rental Housing Corporation for funds received through 
prepaid leases and the proceeds of other transactions with respect to 
purchased sites. 

Total Financing Transactions 182,189,889 224,524,296 (42,334,407) 


^he purpose of this table is to show the receipts and disbursements for major financing transactions related to ministry programs, or 
administered by ministries, in order to fully disclose the government's financial transactions and provide documentation for the Supply Act 
which authorizes these transactions. Financing transactions do not affect operating revenue or expenditure or change the net equity of the 
province. They do, however, change the composition of the province's assets between cash and loans and other investments. As a result, they 
either increase or decrease the government's cash or borrowing requirements. 

2 Receipts represent only the recovery of theoriginal advance, investment or loan principal (disbursements). Interest earned on outstanding 
advances, investments or loans is credited to the appropriate Special Account or to General Fund revenue. 
























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Detailed Schedules of Payments 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 

CONTENTS 


Page 


Ministry Abbreviations 3 

Summary of Payments 4 

Schedule of Indemnities and Allowances Paid to Members of the Legislature 5 


Schedules of Salary and Travel Expenses for: 

Ministers 7 

Deputy Ministers and Associate Deputy Ministers 7 

Order-in-Counci I, Other Appointees and Employees not appointed under the Public Service Act 8 

Other Employees 13 

Schedule of Payments of Grants and Contributions 39 

Schedule of Payments to Individuals, Firms and Corporations 1 61 




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PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


I 3 


Ministry Abbreviations 

In order to reduce unnecessary words in the Public Accounts, Ministries referred to in this section of the Public Accounts will be shown as 
follows: 


Ministry Name Will be shown as 


Legislation Legislation 

Auditor General Auditor General 

Commission on Resources and Environment C.O.R.E. 

Conflict of Interest Commissioner Conflict of Interest 

Ombudsman Ombudsman 

Office of the Premier and Executive Council Operations Office of the Premier 

Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs Aboriginal Affairs 

Ministry of Advanced Education, Training and Technology Advanced Education 

Ministry of Agriculture, Fisheries and Food Agriculture 

Ministry of Attorney General Attorney General 

Ministry of Economic Development, Small Business and Trade Economic Development 

Ministry of Education and Ministry Responsible for Multiculturalism and Human Rights.... Education 

Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources Energy, Mines 

Ministry of Environment, Lands and Parks Environment 

Ministry of Finance and Corporate Relations Finance 

Ministry of Forests Forests 

Ministry of Government Services Government Services 

Ministry of Health and Ministry Responsible for Seniors Health 

Ministry of Labour and Consumer Services Labour 

Ministry of Municipal Affairs, Recreation and Housing Municipal Affairs 

Ministry of Social Services Social Services 

Ministry of Tourism and Ministry Responsible for Culture Tourism 

Ministry of Transportation and Highways Transportation 

Ministry of Women's Equality Women's Equality 

Other Appropriations Other Appropriations 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


14 


Summary of Payments 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 

(Unaudited) 


Salaries, Wages 


$ 

Indemnities and allowances paid to members of the Legislature 4,685,1 26 

Ministers 730,527 

Deputy Ministers or Associate Deputy Ministers 2,961 ,645 

Order in Council or Other Appointees 48,251 ,31 3 

Other employees 1,302,859,157 

Benefits 286,992,604 

Salaries, wages and benefits 1 ,646,480,372 

Travel expenses 


Payment of grants and contributions, and for supplies or services and fixed assets (page 
1204) 


Travel Total 

Expenses Payments 

$ $ 

454,670 

445,033 

3,070,571 

58,294,542 


1,646,480,372 
62,264,816 62,264,816 

16,251,605,486 


Total Schedule of Payments (page H7) 


1 7,960,350,674 


’Benefits include payments made pursuant to employee benefit plans. Total "Salary, wages and benefits" included amounts reported in Volume 2 on the 
Schedule of Consolidated Revenue Fund Expenditure by Croup Account Classification (H7) as "Operating costs" ($809,445) and "Salaries and benefits" 
($1,645,670,927). 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


I 5 


Schedule of Indemnities and Allowances Paid 
to Members of the Legislature 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31 , 1993 


Member 


Constituency 


Sessional 

Indemnity 1 


$ 


Anderson, V J 

Barlee, Hon. B 

Barnes, EO 

Allowance as Deputy Speaker 

Beattie, J 

Blencoe, Hon. R 

Boone, Hon. L 

B rewin, G 

Cashore, Hon. J 

Charbonneau, Hon. A 

Chisholm, R 

Allowance as Official Opposition Whip 

Clark, Hon. G 

Conroy, E 

Copping, B 

Cowie, A 

Allowance as Caucus Chairperson 

Cull, Hon. E 

Dalton, J 

Allowance as Official Opposition House Leader 

Allowance as Official Opposition Whip 

De Jong, H 

Allowance as Third Party Whip 

Allowance as Third Party Deputy Caucus Chairperson 

Dosanjh, U 

Doyle, J 

Dueck, PA 

Edwards, Hon. A 

Evans, C 

Farnworth, M C 

Farrel I— Col I i ns, G 

Allowance as Official Opposition Whip 

Fox, L 

Gabelmann, Hon. C 

Garden, F 

Giesbrecht, H 

Gingell, F 

Allowance as Leader of the Official Opposition 

Hagen, Hon. A 

Hammell, S 

Hanson, L F 

Allowance as Third Party Caucus Chairperson 

Harcourt, Hon. M 

Hartley, B 

Hurd, W 

Jackson, F H 

Janssen, G A 

Allowance as Governmnent Whip 

Jarvis, D 

Allowance as Official Opposition Caucus Chairperson 

Jones, B 

Jones, K 


Vancouver-Langara ... 
Okanagan-Boundary 
Vancouver-Burrard... 


Okanagan-Penticton 

Victoria-Hillside 

Prince George-Mount Robson 

Victoria-Beacon Hill 

Coquitlam-Maillardville 

Kamloops 

Chilliwack 


Vancouver-Kingsway 

Rossland-Trail 

Port Moody-Burnaby Mountain 
Vancouver-Quilchena 


Oak Bay-Gordon Head 

West Vancouver-Capilano. 


Abbotsford 


Vancouver-Kensington 

Columbia River-Revel stoke 

Matsqui 

Kootenay 

Nelson-Creston 

Port Coquitlam 

Fort Langley-Aldergrove 


Pri nee George-Om i neca , 

North Island 

Cariboo North 

Skeena 

Delta South 


New Westminister 

Surrey-Green Timbers 
Okanagan-Vernon 


Vancouver-Mount Pleasant . 
Maple Ridge— Pitt Meadows.. 

Surrey-White Rock 

Kamloops-North Thompson 
Alberni 


North Vancouver-Seymour 


Burnaby North 

Surrey-Cloverdale 


59.218 

58.818 

62.718 
19,500 

59.818 
53,538 

58.818 

54.618 

59.318 
58,818 

61.918 
740 

58.818 
60,018 

67.218 
59,018 

2,416 

55,338 

59,208 

756 

395 

59.118 
666 
666 

61.418 

62.818 

59.818 

58.818 

59.718 

62.218 

62.118 
4,866 

59.718 
58,818 

62.718 

61.518 

59.518 
4,274 

58,818 

62.618 

59.718 

3.000 
58,818 
61,118 
60,498 

61.318 

59.418 

6.000 

60,668 

3,123 

66.918 
60,143 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 6 


Schedule of Indemnities and Allowances Paid 
to Members of the Legislature 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 — Continued 


Member 


Constituency 


Sessional 

Indemnity 1 


$ 


Kasper, RFG 

Krog, L 

Allowance as Deputy Government Whip 

Lali, H S 

Lord, M 

Lortie, N 

Lovick, D 

MacPhail, J K 

Allowance as Government Caucus Chairperson 

Allowance as Deputy Government Whip 

Marzari, Hon. D 

Miller, Hon. D 

Mitchell, D J 

Allowance as Official Opposition House Leader 

Neufeld, R 

O'Neill, S 

Pement, J 

Perry, Hon. T 

Petter, Hon. A 

Priddy, Hon. P 

Pullinger, J 

Allowance as Government Caucus Chairperson 

Ramsey, P 

Randall, F G 

Reid, L 

Allowance as Official Opposition Caucus Chairperson 

Sawicki, Hon. J 

Allowance as Speaker 

Schreck, D D 

Serwa, C 

Allowance as Third Party Whip 

Allowance as Third Party Deputy Caucus Chairperson . 

Allowance as Third Party House Leader 

Sihota, Hon. M 

Simpson, B 

Smallwood, Hon. J 

Stephens, L 

Streifel, D 

Allowance as Deputy Chair Committee of the Whole... 

Symons, D 

Tanner, C 

Tyabji, J 

Allowance as Official Opposition House Leader 

Warnke, A 

Weisgerber, J S 

Allowance as Third Party Leader 

Wilson, G 

Allowance as Leader of the Official Opposition 

Zirnhelt, Hon. D 


Malahat-Juan de Fuca 
Parksville-Qualicum.. 


Yale-Lillooet 

Comox Valley 

Delta North 

Nanaimo 

Vancouver-Hastings 


Vancouver-Point Grey 

North Coast 

West Vancouver-Garibaldi 


Peace River North 

Shuswap 

Bulkley Valley-Stikine 

Vancouver-Little Mountain 

Saanich South 

Surrey-Newton 

Cowichan-Ladysmith 


Prince George North 
Burnaby-Edmonds ... 
Richmond East 


Burnaby-Willingdon 


North Vancouver-Lonsdale 
Okanagan West 


Esquimalt-Metchosin .. 
Vancouver-Fraserview 

Surrey-Whalley 

Langley 

Mission-Kent 


Richmond Centre 

Saanich North and the Islands. 
Okanagan East 


Richmond-Steveston 
Peace River South 


Powell River-Sunshine Coast 


Cariboo South 


63,863 

62,418 

1,036 

62.318 
60,918 
61,818 

67.818 

60.818 
2,071 
1,964 

58,818 

60,218 

60.918 
3,205 

62,418 

60,018 

61.518 
58,818 
53,538 
58,818 

61.918 
3,929 

67.518 

61.318 
61,018 

460 

58,818 

39,000 

59.918 
60,118 

834 

834 

1,332 

54,438 

59.318 

58.818 
60,523 
61,118 

3,000 

61,168 

53,538 

60,618 

2,038 

59.818 

62.518 
19,500 

62.818 
34,726 
58,818 

4,685,126 


"Sessional indemnity" includes annual indemnity, expense allowance, capital city allowance and salary authorized by section 2, 3 and 5 of the Legislative 
Assembly Allowance and Pension Act. Additional salaries paid to the Premier and Ministers are included in the Schedule of Salary and Travel Expenses for 
Ministers, Deputy Ministers and Associate Deputy Ministers. 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


I 7 

Schedule of Salary and Travel Expenses for Ministers, 

Deputy Ministers and Associate Deputy Ministers 

for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 

Deferred 1 



Salary 

Travel 

Deputy Ministers and 

Salary Compensation 

Travel 

Ministers 

$ 

$ 

Associate Deputy Ministers 

$ $ 

$ 

Harcourt, Hon. M F, Premier 

44,575 

41,250 

Allan, J 

111,984 

28,781 

Barlee, Hon. B 

38,631 

25,565 

Allen, D E 

110,114 

13,646 

Blencoe, Hon. R 

38,631 

17,767 

Armstrong, G R 

105,832 

14,190 

Boone, Hon. L 

38,631 

17,229 

Baker, LF 

116,415 

12,558 

Cashore, Hon. J 

38,631 

25,076 

Chilton, C R 

98,273 

3,266 

Charbonneau, Hon. A 

38,631 

24,787 

Collins, M V 

105,832 

7,143 

Clark, Hon. G 

38,631 

35,948 

Costello, M 

110,193 

28,833 

Cull, Hon. E 

38,631 

22,770 

Cronin, R F 

108,522 

11,720 

Edwards, Hon. A 

38,631 

17,567 

Edwards, ERA 

93,467 56,802 

8,236 

Gabelmann, Hon. C 

38,631 

14,891 

Ford, G H 

116,415 

9,388 

Hagen, Hon. A 

38,631 

16,956 

Gunton, T 

66,967 

5,512 

Marzari, Hon. D 

38,631 

29,607 

Hackett, BA 

105,832 

33,944 

Miller, Hon. D 

29,225 

7,631 

Halkett, P 

114,143 

23,787 

Perry, Hon. T 

38,631 

28,570 

Heywood, C G 

105,832 

21,491 

Petter, Hon. A 

38,631 

18,843 

Langford, A L 

110,541 

10,858 

Priddy, Hon. P 

38,631 

14,314 

Lloyd, E S 

100,177 

4,768 

Sihota, Hon. M 

38,631 

44,520 

MacLeod, K J 

105,832 

27,664 

Smallwood, Hon. J 

38,631 

16,204 

McArthur, D F 

114,245 

14,963 

Zirnhelt, Hon. D 

38,631 

35,175 

McKinnon, 1 

103,878 

27,797 

Total 

730,527 

454,670 

Mitchell, V 

108,562 

13,390 




Mochrie J A 

98 1 1 8 

5 237 




Mullins, G 

105,138 694 

34,044 




Neal, B 

98,910 

10,952 




Strawczynski, K 

117,690 

5,052 




Walsh, J F 

104,912 

33,813 




Williams, R 

113,221 

11,130 




Wouters, G 

50,820 

13,302 




Wynn, S C 

102,284 

9,568 




Total 

2,904,149 57,496 

445,033 


'Deferred compensation are amounts earned in previous years and received in the current year. 
This would include, for example, vacation time not taken, or other lumpsum payments. Up to October 1 , 
1 988 Deputy Ministers were able to defer up to 1 5% of annual compensation. Amounts received in the 
current year under this plan appear as deferred compensation. This does not include employee benefits. 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 8 


Schedule of Salary 1 and Travel Expenses 
for Order-ln-Council, Other Appointees and 
Employees not Appointed under the Public Service Act 
for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31, 1993 



Salary 

T ravel 


Salary 

T ravel 


Salary 

T ravel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Adams, R J 

44,142 

2,234 

Bennett, J M 

40,208 

336 

Campbell, S 

30,172 


Adlhoch, C 

30,410 

901 

Bennett, J M 

2,030 


Canitz, S 

53,704 

10,459 

Ainsworth, D 

51,306 

409 

Bennett, J S 

23,769 

1,239 

Cantelon, K 

62,713 

3,884 

Albertini, K E 

29,335 


Benson, D T 

61,801 

9,762 

Cardiff, WE 

31,080 


Allen, J 

28,623 


Benson, 1 T 

75,703 

10 

Cardin, R V M 

42,269 


Allen, P 

34,240 


Beresford, C 

17,656 


Carlgren, DC 

107,044 

8,497 

Allison, M F 

1,500 


Bergink, H J 

10,742 


Carlsen, P J 

31,207 


Almond, C R 

66,184 

4,185 

Bezzegh, K 

36,873 


Carlson, L 

28,762 


Alto, M 

51,489 

7,447 

BibbyJD 

68,941 

1,816 

Carmichael, W J 

43,791 

1,263 

Alton, D A 

33,579 


Biccum, T A 

26,110 


Caron, M A 

22,244 


Anderson, B 

58,154 

3,657 

Bigwood, R L 

28,707 


Carr, H E 

40,612 

2,344 

Anderson, J 

76,182 

8,153 

Bill, KF 

3,356 


Carson, A 

43,852 

652 

Anderson, RE 

35,170 


Bingham, N 1 

23,264 

99 

Carver, E J 

1,087 


Andrascik, SM 

39,381 


Bishop, M R 

107,044 

13,582 

Caulfield, J 

40,558 

1,715 

Antifaev, SC 

107,044 

3,571 

Blair, SD 

28,030 


Cernoia, N A 

9,419 


Armstrong, B 

33,541 


Blair, W A 

107,044 

5,082 

Chaperon, L F 

107,044 

2,206 

Arnet, EH 

47,809 

616 

Boalch, R B 

40,595 


Charlie, L M 

12,155 


Arnold, E A 

107,044 

1,621 

Bobenic, J A 

54,640 

8,933 

Cheston, WC 

98,178 

36,334 

Arnold, J 

40,132 


Bohlin, RH 

69,377 

9,514 

Chimko, M 

30,838 


Arnold, L 

73,877 

2,834 

Boldt, D L 

814 


Cho, L G 

46,736 


Arthur, M M 

94,990 

3,514 

Boldt, L 

9,252 

3,167 

Choquer, K 

21,702 

1,776 

Asgeirsson, F L 

39,840 

3,299 

Bolton, N A 

107,044 

5,812 

Choquette, CM 

32,307 


Ash lee, S L 

333 


Boone, PA 

8,505 


Christensen, S 

60,070 

1,570 

Attafuah, K 

38,173 

6,623 

Borowicz, M C 

107,044 

2,708 

Christenson, D 

1,500 


Auerbach, W 1 

74,479 

1,094 

Bosscha, A 

1,500 

27 

Chung, L 

41,174 


Auxier, N J 

107,044 

3,864 

Boston, M 

32,065 


Churchill, J 

44,300 

726 

Bacon, H G 

1,942 

705 

Bowyer-Smyth, J 

9,620 

122 

Clague, B 

43,180 

886 

Bagnall, C L 

11,074 

429 

Bracken, J K 

107,044 

4,397 

Clare, L P 

107,044 

3,176 

Baines, R 

10,204 


Bradley, V 

21,711 


Clark, C 

25,568 

1,477 

Baker, G 

25,756 


Braga, E 

251 


Clark, M W 

71,218 

388 

Baker, G J F 

107,044 

775 

Brahan, L C 

107,044 

1,390 

Clark, PH 

87,116 

2,793 

Bakony, C E 

107,044 

2,791 

Braid-Skolski, A 

16,983 


Clark, SG 

107,044 

8,828 

Baldner, H E 

29,544 


Brandreth-Gibbs, S 

107,044 

1,312 

Clarke, H R 

44,546 

3,061 

Balson, D T 

14,527 

3,741 

Braniff, M B 

7,169 


Close, A L 

87,116 

4,849 

Bannerman, S E 

518 


Brazier, JS 

11,965 


Coates, C 

40,834 

37 

Barber, R F 

107,044 

5,708 

Breckenridge, J 

43,382 

5,239 

Coates, M J 

1,050 


Bardos, J L 

19,560 

1,668 

Brecknell, E R 

1 07,044 

5,204 

Cobley, J R 

9,232 


Barich,C A 

28,178 


Brecknock, D T 

1,500 

188 

Coleman, A L 

981 

74 

Barker, H W 

1,500 


Breese, H 

1,841 


Collings, P D 

107,044 

2,510 

Barnard, A J 

96,900 

3,174 

Bright, H A 

28,630 


Collingwood, N C M 

107,044 

2,383 

Barnes, N J 

31,074 


Brinson, K 1 

16,017 


Collins, DS 

93,919 

3,873 

Barnes, R L 

40,741 

5,391 

Brockley, AS 

1,348 


Collins, D W 

4,995 


Barnett, CC 

1 07,044 

12,189 

Brown, DM 

58,803 

20,350 

Collis, R E 

76,501 

1,917 

Barr, L R 

79,702 

10,309 

Brown, K 

20,067 

4,466 

Constable, S 

32,666 

126 

Barrett, D A 

48,790 

2,248 

Brown, L M 

41,613 


Cook, J W 

100,714 

13,642 

Barrette, P R 

10,792 


Brown, N T 

462 


Cook, W Y 

29,769 


Barron, J E 

34,667 

312 

Bruce, V M 

30,961 


Coombes, V 

28,597 


Barton, J A 

71,221 

2,509 

Bryan, R E 

3,430 


Cooper, D G 

31,604 

48 

Basi, D 

4,535 


Buchhorn, R W 

90,061 

29,835 

Copley, B D 

91,264 

21,773 

Bass, G 

3,699 


Buckley, G C 

362 


Costa, S 

257 


Bastien, R B 

84,573 

523 

Bundock, M S 

494 


Cott, DW 

86,712 

16,388 

Bastin, B E 

107,044 

1,546 

Burke, E M 

89,520 


Coughlin, E L 

11,429 


Baum, M L 

3,191 


Burrell, E 

56,979 

2,932 

Coveil, R D 

42,898 


Baxter, G M A 

29,293 


Butler, D P 

1 7,909 


Cowling, J D 

11,484 

1,251 

Bayford, S S 

31,325 


Butler, PE 

64,578 

1,612 

Cox, G 

29,059 


Beardsley, T 

39,907 

4,065 

Cain, J V 

87,116 

6,746 

Craig, WG 

107,044 


Beattie, S D 

53,034 

1,638 

Cairns, J 

2,677 


Crawford, J D 

22 


Beckley, D J 

24,688 


Caldwell, HA 

1,674 


Cronin, E J 

107,044 

429 

Bedard, O E 

91,264 

19,542 

Callard, C D 

5,265 


Cross, K 

11,583 

2,730 

Beecroft, K 

4,047 


Cameron, D L 

21,684 


Crothers, W R 

20,458 


Beer, M 

31,542 


Cameron, PS 

60,770 

23,905 

Crowder, J S 

55,673 

1,417 

Behncke, J 

97,611 

5,524 

Campbell, C 

33,931 

1,100 

Culbertson, S 

86,541 

27,634 

Beischer, S D 

19,884 


Campbell, D R 

107,044 

1,990 

Cummings, D L 

44,881 

304 

Bell, BA 

16,682 


Campbell, H M 

56,979 

3,690 

Cundliffe, J 

1,591 


Bender, G A 

42,970 


Campbell, L W 

65,665 

3,631 

Cunningham, T D 

35,996 


Bendrodt, EH 

107,044 

1,397 

Campbell, R J 

26,546 


Curtis, GW 

81,458 

12,066 


'Salary includes regular base pay, overtime and lump-sum payments and does not include employee benefits. 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


I 9 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Cuthbert, J R D 

91,264 

26,838 

Fedje, G 

34,826 


Green, F S 

107,044 

5,150 

Danyliu, A D 

31,553 

886 

Ferguson, FI J 

31,184 


Green, J 

30,820 


Davies, D 

9,975 


Filmer, A 

107,044 

3,236 

Greenman, C K 

28,696 


Davies, MR 

41,504 

1,739 

Fleming, J R 

97,197 

3,323 

Greer, DM 

71,363 

7,483 

Davis, B K 

107,044 

2,680 

Fletcher, G 

3,037 


Gregg, L M 

85,324 

5,670 

Davis, M E A 

38,654 


Florendo, B 

36,751 


Grist, W G E 

105,832 

2,805 


2,639 


Foley, B 

91,359 

8,380 

Groberman, J R 

1 07,044 

1,069 

Dawson, G C 

30,480 


Food, R A 

70,967 

11,512 

Guertin, J V C 

621 


30,088 


Foote, C W.... 

69,344 

3,731 

Guy, E 

26,365 

477 

De Villiers, J 

107,044 

5,165 

Forde, GAR 

6,426 

4,977 

Haddow, A V 

35,102 


De Walle, E F 

107,044 

10,129 

Forward, R B 

5,743 


Haffey, S P 

11,202 

82 

DeWit, A 

34,766 


Foster, L T 

91,264 

16,168 

Flagmeier, E H 

54,717 


Decaria, R E 

18,591 


Foster, R L 

30,431 


Haire, KP 

31,772 

700 

Decker, K E 

32,061 


Fowler, M 

28,443 

27 

Hall, J PL 

1,721 


Degirolamo, L 

41,890 

621 

Fraser, A 

29,059 


Hallam, G 

30,780 


Delamont, D R 

2,656 


Fraser, B 

47,179 

2,190 

Halle-Ross, L 

12,876 



9,812 



86,829 

37 

Hallsor, B .. . 

20,381 


Della Mattia, M 

48,915 

12,847- 

Fraser, J W 

1,831 


Halvorson, EA....... 

1,500 

352 

Denhoff, E 

27,113 

4,591 

Fratkin, R D 

107,044 

2,194 

Hamblin, L E 

1,500 



56,979 

1,595 


48,695 


Hancey, M M . 

23,370 

562 

Depuit, M 

42,140 

Freeman, B W 

22,671 


Hannon, T 

12,060 

Derksen, C A 

42,963 

901 

Freeman, M S., 

14,374 


Hansen, E J 

35,492 

1,237 

Devine, A P 

93,798 

6,325 

Friesen, B 

33,733 


Harding, J 

28,354 


Devitt, T D 

107,044 

5,646 

Fruman, S 

78,665 

20,128 

Hardy, D L 

. 25,228 


Devlin, D A 

3,001 

108 

Gaffney, FI 

65,094 

6,216 

Harkness, G C 

87,116 

8,516 

Dezell, M 

5,083 

1,387 

Gandhi, J K 

31,184 


Harms, H 

424 


Diebolt, W J 

1 1 6,048 

20,772 

Gann, S J 

47,757 

1,516 

Harper, D 

31,219 


Dilalla, A M 

3,001 


Ganong, J E 

37,517 

9,725 

Harris, K 

6,362 


Diraddo, S 

33,574 


Gardener, J F 

50,290 


Harris, W J E 

34,371 


Dix, A 

48,809 

3,289 


70,967 

1 1 ,500 

Harvey, J 

94,377 

9,822 

Djurkovic, J 

1 7,898 

Garland, P A 

41,173 

115 

Harvey, S R 

91,264 

21,158 

Dobson, J D 

21,121 


Garrett, BA 

36,979 

48 

Hastings, D C 

31,841 


Doherty, PM 

107,044 

9,307 

Garrison, R 

21,814 

2,455 

Hatch, GW 

44,906 

1,168 

Dohm, P M 

11,912 


Garrod, A 

41,270 

735 

Hatlen, E 

28,016 

5,248 

Dolding, B A 

32,029 


Garrow, VS 

29,059 


Hayman, M 

1,500 


Dollis, B L 

107,044 

6,902 

Gathercole, R 

79,915 

6,752 

Hayward, R J 

25,258 

115 

Donaldson, AW 

105,832 

3,393 

Gay, A 

4,535 


Head, MR 

7,861 


Donaldson, R 

20,788 


Geoghegan, M 

50,308 

11,530 

Heaney, J 

78,665 

2,767 

Doney, R L 

105,832 

28,917 

George, DM 

82,710 

21,879 

Heath, R E 

1,500 

40 

Donnelly, T P 

28,749 


George, G A 

63,627 

2,172 

Hebden, D J 

30,431 


Doolan, K J 

105,832 

3,485 

Germaine, S 

37,729 

1,283 

Heighes, K 

22,981 

848 

Dorais, S K 

41,760 

6,974 

Gerrard, L J 

29,100 


Heighton, R A 

61,059 

57 

Dorsey, J 

22,069 


Giardini, M F 

53,034 


Heinekey, R B 

28,887 

4,662 

Dougan, P 

10,492 


Gibbs, R G 

75,441 

3,616 

Heinrich, J H 

59,445 

162 

Downie, GW 

56,488 

10,824 

Gibson, C A 

30,889 


Henderson, L 

23,238 


Doyle, C 

36,626 

3,677 

Giles, B 

27,709 

3,467 

Henkel, J L 

30,431 


Doyle, D P 

98,179 

23,298 

Giles, JG 

13,200 


Hennis, J 

30,421 


Doyle, E P 

75,358 

3,256 

Gilliland, J 

39,404 

2,630 

Henwood, N L 

6,300 


Driscoll, PT 

63,307 

3,175 

Gillis, G D 

107,044 

1,953 

Hesseln, C 1 R 

35,743 


Drysdale, J A W 

48,897 


Gilmour, G H 

107,044 

8,546 

Hibbins, DA 

90,451 

16,281 

Duncan, D S 

95,762 

22,717 

Girling, RF 

621 


Hill, DL 

27,602 


Dunsmoor-Farley, D 

. 71,766 

11,825 

Giroday, S E 

107,044 

13,734 

Hill, MS 

56,979 

4,654 

Dzuris, L 

1,500 


Gislason, G H 

82,058 

952 

Hira, L 

12,088 


Earmme, M H 

28,501 


Giuliano, L A 

28,608 


Ho, 1 S 

8,032 


Eastwood, D ... . 

13,718 


Gobbett, A R 

66,184 

7,725 

Hogan, B 

462 


Eaton, B 

90,471 

23,192 

Godfrey, J 

107,044 

2,771 

Hogan, P V 

107,044 

4,315 

Ebbels, J 

88,255 

13,225 

Goode, AM 

972 


Hogg, G S 

87,116 

5,686 

Edgar, J D 

87,116 

11,730 

Gordon, J M 

81,895 

3,566 

Holden, 1 L 

43,382 

5,039 

Edgell, F 

91,264 

17,631 

Gordon, J P 

107,044 

11,024 

Hollett, SR 

94,375 

10,869 

Edney, R J 

43,830 

3,989 

Gosney, V E 

56,114 

60 

Holmes, D R 

107,044 

816 

Edwards, BA 

5,959 

188 

Gotto, G 

28,912 


Holt, L P 

34,541 


Edwards, D G 

857 


Goulet, B 

28,072 


Horgan, J 

25,406 

5,495 

Eely, P 

28,883 


Govan, P R 

107,044 

14,380 

Horn, J W 

105,840 

9,697 

Egan, R B 

78,665 

9,650 

Gove, T J 

107,044 

1,703 

Horton, D J 

15,282 


Ell, G 

22,477 


. Graham, ED 

1,208 

50 

Houston, S L 

49,859 

5,331 

Enderton, S W 

107,044 

14,890 

Graham, H 

20,258 


Howard, F E. 

107,044 

4,701 

Erickson, L V 

452 


Graham, J B 

98,179 

11,777 

Howell, M J 

25,245 


Erickson, R 

29,391 


Graham, L K 

1,800 


Hoy, B G 

107,044 

8,345 

Erskine, M 

19,333 

43 

Graham, R C S 

107,044 

6,866 

Hrick, WA 

58,811 


Evans, L A 

494 


Graham, R ] 

66,106 

3,546 

Hubbard, J M 

107,044 

2,517 

Evans, N M 

1,536 


Grandison, R D 

107,044 

2,108 

Hudson, R E 

104,789 

3,721 

Evans, S M 

34,699 

48 

Grannary, B J 

13,534 

1,871 

Hughes, A M G 

31,345 

806 

Eve, C J 

34,623 


Grant, L 

30,431 


Hughes, E N — Conflict of 



Eve, D K 

24,769 


Grant, N 

27,004 


Interest Commissioner 

61,437 


Fabbro, R G 

107,044 

7,789 

Grant, PN L 

82,468 

9,786 

Huls, DL 

56,979 

2,655 

Farrally, V 

81,417 

9,260 

Grasby, R 

38,474 

1,690 

Humphrey, B A 

75,441 

9,340 

Faust, M L 

24,199 

235 

Graupe, G A 

1,500 


Humphreys, A 

60,018 

1,140 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 10 




Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 



$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Humphreys, B G.... 


64,837 

7,730 

Kurvink, C E 

15,667 


MacKie, G L 

1,500 


Hunt, D M 


1,185 


Kushniruk, T 

621 


MacKinnon, R E 

41,225 


Husband, K J 


107,044 

3,187 

La Vertu, K 

33,812 

111 

Maclachlan, A C 

36,324 


Hutchings, C S 


91,264 

2,424 

Labh, J C 

34,549 


Macphee, N D 

39,475 

2,617 

Hyde, PA 


107,044 

4,813 

Lagah, S 

31,336 


Macphee, S 

30,157 

701 

Hyndman, D M 


106,912 

10,544 

Laity, N 

50,593 


Mae, O A 

1,500 


lannone, L 


6,177 


Lamoureux, J M 

11,847 


Mah, N F 

2,873 


Illington, J K 


71,079 

1 1,149 

Lane, N 

42,099 


Mahil, H P 

70,742 

15,259 

Ingenhorst, R J 


3,270 


Lang, C G 

11,623 


Maltby, C G 

15,585 

1,516 

Isaac, L L 


27,876 


Langan, L A 

3,489 


Manak, J S 

44,912 

8,556 

Ishkanian,-V A 


69,377 

8,533 

Langdon, C 

32,696 


Mann, J 

16,858 


Ivens, L 


41,674 

270 

Langford, E 

16,485 

2,020 

Mar, S A 

27,787 


Iverson, EL 


107,044 

3,376 

Lanyon, S N 

110,045 

5,253 

Marcy, N G 

333 


Jaccard, DrM K 


62,860 

4,874 

Large, C 

10,460 


Marley, C J 

30,670 

109 



30,256 



47,587 


Marquis, B 1 . 

29,377 


Jaffer, G 


39,756 


Lattey, C 

3,385 

1,620 

Marshall, J D 

56,337 


James, C H 


71,222 

26,276 

Lau, EHL 

28,787 


Marshall, S L 

21,728 


Jansen, A 


37,148 


Lawrence, PR 

107,044 

9,391 

Marson, D B 

98,179 

7,852 

Jansen, S L 


28,637 


Lawson, M 

47,662 

1,125 

Martin, G 

71,926 


Jarbek, M A 


7,347 

460 

Laxton, L 

21,742 

52 

Martin, N 

36,919 

3,284 

Jawanda, M 


1,314 


Layne, S S 

43,647 


Martinson, D J 

107,044 

4,076 

Jeffries, F 


81,097 

15,054 

Layton, J D 

98,021 

15,695 

Masse, D 

7,862 


Jenkyns, J 


45,134 

5,937 

Lazar, C D 

107,044 

2,651 

Matheson, B 

61,869 

797 



4,535 

433 


791 


Mathison, M 

10,570 


Jessop, V L 


38,277 


Leader, B K 

3,096 


Maughan, PL 

107,044 

559 

Joe, J 1 D 


107,044 

8,691 

Leamy, M T 

28,650 

300 

Maykut, J 

97,193 

2,806 

Johannessen, D 


43,696 

8,911 

Leche, DM 

14,945 


Mayner, L L 

593 

151 

Johima, H F 


28,831 


Lee, B 

8,032 


Mayoh, K A 

90,049 

997 

Johnson, J H 


46,601 


Lee, R S 

9,543 

1,776 

McAlary, J H 

21,235 


Johnson, K G 


56,979 

7,711 

Leech, B M 

28,081 


McAndrews, C 

28,623 


Johnson, LG 


4,235 


Leekha, M 

16,640 

63 

McArthur, G D 

44,003 

4,785 

Johnson, R E 


5,664 

461 

Lefeaux-Valentine, B L .. 

31,843 

20,838 

McArthur, S A 

868 




261 



24,923 


McAuley, A 

39,967 

61 1 

Jolly, C D 


66,184 

7,594 

Lembcke, D 

15,181 


McCague, S R 

15,783 

90 

Jones, D M 


10,240 


Lemiski, R J 

107,044 

1,047 

McCall, S A 

12,925 


Jones, G R 


40,806 


Leska, LG 

25,256 


McCallum, J M 

41,198 

61 

Jones, J 


4,584 

629 

Lesueur, K 

50,615 

8,777 

McCallum, S D — Om- 



Jones, K 


10,628 


Letts, D 

16,734 


budsman 

76,476 

15,356 

Joyce, B M 


105,832 

2,435 

Letts, S 

19,180 


McCallum, W C 

105,832 

4,487 

Julien, R C 


32,579 


Leung, AC 

35,100 


McCarthy, J L 

107,044 

1,704 

Kastelen, K B 


33,250 

399 

Levis, D M 

107,044 

14,930 

McCulloch, M R 

1,500 


Kaweski, T 


15,300 

249 

Lewis, W S 

44,014 

McDonald, H 

39,428 

730 

Keen, J E 


31,774 

39 

Libby, K J 

111,046 

2,512 

McDonald, M 

5,506 

774 

Keithly, N S 


69,377 

7,040 

Lightburn, G 

21,382 


McDowall, AW 

56,383 

1,711 

Kelliher, H 


39,947 

8,245 

Liivam, J M 

1,500 


McDowell, J L 

17,927 


Kelly, JC 


77,498 

17,380 

Lindner, G K 

7,619 


McEvoy, M 

60,934 

12,917 

Kelsey, B W 


91,264 

11,549 

Lindsay, L M 

1,087 


McGee, T D 

1 07,044 

1,001 

Kemp, L R 


20,855 


Linnell, J 1 

31,082 

230 

McGivern, H J 

107,044 

1,947 

Kenning, A V 


56,254 


Litt, S 

54,973 

794 

McGregor, L E 

42,238 

Kenny, S R 


93,897 

23,719 

Little, CR 

41,531 

973 

McIntosh, L A 

613 


Kern, M J 


56,690 


Lloyd, K J 

4,139 


McIntyre, J G 

43,547 

4,070 

Kilpatrick, B 


51,464 

11,777 

Locken, D F 

28,663 


McKay, A 

55,433 

5,392 

Kim, M 


4,535 

84 

Logan, H D 

1,014 


McKenzie, G G 

1,500 


King, DL 


30,939 


Longpre, R S 

90,398 

2,645 

McKenzie, M 

60,294 

7,203 

King, L 


86,068 

3,337 

Loucks, E 

33,195 

629 

McKeown, B R 

91,264 

18,618 

King, L E 


58,806 

17 

Lovelace, J C 

1 7,646 


McKinnon, T P 

1,188 


Kipp, J D 


1,500 


Lowe, C 

38,238 

6,761 

McLaren, C 

28,597 


Kirker, G 


20,772 


Lowe, T 

8,628 


McLaren, R J 

48,219 


Kirkpatrick, P 


73,226 

2,216 

Lowrie, M J 

29,714 


McLellan, B A 

56,980 

5,820 

Kitchen, WJ 


107,044 

706 

Lunt, J C 

3,952 


McLeod, D J 

4,945 

337 

Klaver, B R 


9,843 

2,036 

Lytwyn, JR 

1 07,044 

7,093 

McMeekin, J 

6,300 


Klinger, W W 


107,044 

19,024 

MacAlpine, M 1 

107,044 

2,505 

McMillan, RD 

56,979 

10,502 

Klovance, N M 


18,628 


MacArthur, C B 

107,044 

4,491 

McNally, D 

9,424 

843 

Kneebone, L 


9,071 


MacArthur, D H 

56,979 

8,430 

McNeil, C 

8,818 


Ko, J 


32,809 


MarAtilay K 

36,472 

1,121 

McNeil, M D. 

42,508 

35 

Konrad, J 


84,962 

2,712 

MacDonald 1 

69,377 

13,250 

McPhee, L 1 

26,085 

48 

Kotler, L 


50,575 

1,561 

MacDonald, 1 K 

30,431 

McQueen, R 

97,611 

1,794 

Kowal, D 


34,077 

278 

MacDonald, J 

91,264 

44,585 

McRae, G B 

91,264 

29,048 

Koyl, G R 


83,631 

4,426 

MacDonald, J E 

47,706 

1,006 

McWhirter, R D 

1,500 

122 

Kozyniak, S L 


33,299 

4,369 

MacDonald, L 

5,384 


Melland, A 

8,466 


Krasnick, M R 


63,154 

5,760 

MacDonald, W G 

107,044 

3,086 

Memory, C S 

69,351 

3,810 

Krauseneck, L 



1,500 


MacEachern, J H 

52,910 

306 

Mercer, T L 

23,344 


Krenbrink, S 


30,430 


MacFarlane, R B 

107,044 

7,817 

Merkley, C 

30,793 


Krieger, L M 


43,680 


MacGregor, E R 

105,832 


Merner, ML 

55,645 

4 

Kroeker, HP 


325 


Maclsaac, R 

1,884 


Messenger, A F 

83,905 

2,145 

Kuash, T J 


6,574 


Mackenzie, AW 

107,044 

1,069 

Messier, D Y 

66,186 

5,444 

Kuffler, J L 


23,167 


Mackenzie, B D 

107,044 

4,561 

Metzger, R W 

111,046 

9,664 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


I 11 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


. $ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Miele, S 

34,240 


Ormiston, D 

1,500 


Ratvay, T L 

33,240 


Milkert, J L 

28,727 


Orr, A D 

78,656 

29,455 

Ratz, W 

363 


Miller, B A 

37,081 

801 

Osatiuk, D S 

23,769 

585 

Rawson, C L 

53,691 

12,622 

Miller, E V 

31,187 


Ostergaard, P 

90,075 

14,878 

Rayner, T 

31,930 

820 

Miller, G 

22,325 


Otter, 1 A 

69,247 

1,440 

Read, AW 

56,979 

10,890 

Miller, K B 

88,697 

19,428 

Overend, D B 

107,044 

8,743 

Read, C 

20,713 

1,726 

Miller, N 

31,089 


Owen, S D 

163,368 

13,168 

Reed, DC 

107,044 

4,605 

Millham, A R 

43,874 

848 

Paddon, H M 

43,920 


Regts, J E 

5,231 


Millin, D L 

32,162 

110 

Page, KD 

107,044 

9,556 

Reid, D 

69,377 

3,853 

Mills, B] 

19,082 


Painter, J 1 

15,138 


Reid, HF...; 

32,273 


Mitchell, K 

21,127 


Pallan, P 

88,650 

18,819 

Reid, 1 D 

54,980 

13,704 

Mitchell, L L 

24,535 


Palmer, A ) 

107,044 

4,064 

Reid, K R 

30,431 


Moccia, M A 

34,366 

98 

Paluck, D E 

41,666 

1,284 

Reine, Kl 

17,738 


Modha, P 

35,605 


Pankiw, T A 

39,947 

1,635 

Rennie, T 

20,583 

1,376 

Moestell, M A 

36,339 


Pannekoek, A 

26,077 

135 

Renwick, R J 

69,377 

7,983 

Moger, S 

34,623 


Panzenboeck, G 

28,703 


Rialp, S 

20,671 



1 500 



107,044 

4,995 

Rice, J C R 

91,264 

11,899 

Molsberry, J L 

44,499 

4,633 

Parhar, H K 

33,205 

1,706 

Richardson, R 

1,500 

Mondin, M R 

107,044 

3,339 

Paris, C A 

28,140 


Ridlon, L 

21,431 


Moore, B J 

36,340 

593 

Parker, B 

26,255 

2,497 

Rigaux, J A 

87,642 

32,460 

Moore, G S 

16,838 


Parker, D 

92,824 

2,232 

Rimer, A 

4,240 


Morfitt, G L — Auditor 



Patch, TW 

64,837 

9 A 74 

Riva, A M 

41,174 


General 

116,048 

6,623 

Paterson, M A 

27,536 


Robbie, D P 

36,106 

1,732 

Morgenthaler, P 

761 


Paton, N A 

68,764 

4,680 

Robbins, P R 

50,358 

1,013 

Moroz, M P 

36,033 


Pattee, RPV 

87,116 

9,141 

Roberts, C A J 

462 


Morrison, D 

27,436 


Patterson, AN 

105,832 

3,433 

Roberts, J M 

70,913 

2,960 

Morrison, K 

37,590 

1,427 

Paul, EJ 

1,500 


Robertson, D 

26,444 


Morrison, S 

133 


Pauwels, G F 

34,740 

234 

Robertson, D 

30,431 


Mortimore, M 

29,059 


Pavlik, M 

15,942 


Robson, B L 

17,471 


Morven, H B 

1,500 


Paxton-Mann, A 

83,079 

5,444 

Rodgers, W J 

107,044 

5,268 

Morven, S V 

39,422 


Payne, R W 

78,565 

71 

Rogowski, K 

34,232 


Moser, G A 

98,179 

1 7,648 

Pearson, E L 

36,245 

812 

Rollins, S E 

22,151 


Moss, D E 

107,044 

2,671 

Peart, R W 

53,807 

12,456 

Romilly, S R 

107,044 

4,935 

Mowatt, J 

30,126 


Pechet, C 

21,887 

33 

Rose, M 

11,968 


Muir, H 

3,702 


Peden, M A 

28,853 


Rounthwaite, A E 

107,044 

7,437 

Mullin, B G 

55,198 

1,626 

Peel, A L 

121,691 

8,234 

Rowan, C 

16,217 


Mullins, W J 

64,131 

528 

Pendleton, DR 

107,044 

2,878 

Rumsey, S C 

94,445 

18,618 

Munro, E L 

91,265 

481 

Peters, DA 

1,500 


Russell, S 

26,501 


Munro, J 

11,718 


Peters, W M 

43,190 


Rutley, L 

57,647 

2,945 

Munro, N E 

5,058 

3,107 

Petersen, 1 

58,995 

2,509 

Ruttan, CA 

32,017 


Murdock, B 

65,621 

9,543 

Petras, T 

70,683 

10,129 

Ryan, K A 

26,072 


Murphy, M A 

42,238 

Phillips, DA 

64,412 

2,049 

Sakalauskas, A 

91,023 

10,756 

Murphy, S L 

48,799 


Philp, K 

25,781 

5,935 

Saklikar, R 

43,836 

2,347 

Murray, J F 

41,174 


Pidgeon, D 

17,314 


Sail, G 

28,606 


Murray, L 

24,087 


Pitney, H G 

35,171 

86 

Sampson, C D 

27,672 


Myers, DR 

36,103 


Plamondon, W 

45,924 

527 

Sampson, J 

29,202 


Nedzelski, E M 

26,298 


Plensky, C A 

32,368 


Samson, PL 

10,419 

991 

Neesham, M 

15,758 


Poirier, J A A 

30,564 


Sandusky, DM 

28,635 

136 

Nelson, C 

91,232 

11,358 

Pollard, E 

351 


Sather, E A 

107,044 

3,066 

Nemec, S R 

26,936 


Pollard, J 

71,965 

276 

Saunderson, B H 

107,044 

10,584 

Ness, M J 

1,500 


Polsky, S L 

67,548 

733 

Savoie, L 

27,326 


Neuman, A D 

4,736 


Poole, R 

107,044 

1,580 

Say, M 

30,393 

7 

Newlands, J D V 

36,566 

3,179 

Porter, DP 

84,343 

7,093 

Scarlett, E D 

107,044 

2,265 

Newman, D E 

66,184 

9,572 

Postlethwaite, J 

1,500 


Scherling, K 

107,044 

1,208 

Newton, L D 

56,979 

7,242 

Powell, E D 

31,273 

1,310 

Schmidt, E D 

107,044 

2,917 

Nichols, L N 

60,753 

5,929 

Powers, RE 

105,840 

5,377 

Schmidt, JR 

2,557 


Nightingale, E W 

46,259 


Powers, V A 

13,875 


Schofield, J 

896 


Nimsick, L AT 

107,044 

5,274 

Prelypchan, N 

107,045 

93 

Schudeleit, 1 A 

1,500 


Nitikman, R C 

47,472 

388 

Premack, L L 

56,114 


Scott, MK 

36,036 


Nolet, M 

1,500 


Prendergast, K 

2,668 


Scow, A J 

36,091 

1,079 

Norgaard, A V 

10,523 


Prescott, S L 

78,880 

7,384 

Seager, S 

41,803 


Northcott, PL 

1,500 


Preston, W H 

30,115 

909 

Searle, R 

1,500 


Northrup, C P 

1,500 


Preyde, AM 

29,889 

27 

Sears, W 

30,501 


Norton, D R 

41,095 

346 

Price, J L 

57,666 

232 

Seitz, L 

70,959 

3,890 

Nunez, J 1 

61,830 

7,429 

. Price, N Y 

20,058 


Semeniuk, J P 

23,898 


Nyberg, D K 

41,669 


Pringle, T L 

87,116 

17,937 

Sethen, SR 

834 

811 

Nyers, P 

4,535 


Proznick, R G 

41,163 

447 

Shaffer, M 

57,456 

6,240 

Nykipilo, L 

34,962 


Puhach, MS 

107,044 

2,081 

Sharp, B A 

43,382 

8,192 

O'Donoghue, M 

60,805 

1,790 

Pylypchuk, V 

43,056 

1,730 

Shaw, G 

27,984 


O'Riordan, J 

91,264 

15,206 

Pyper, T J 

91,264 

22,916 

Sheare, M 

25,675 


O-Donnell, E 

107,044 

6,499 

Rae, ME 

107,044 

2,028 

Shearer, DR 

30,513 


Oertel, W G 

2,101 


Rafferty, P 

85,971 

5,375 

Sheffield, FI 

51,910 

2,191 

Ofner, J H 

21,892 


Ramsay, D W 

107,044 

6,203 

Shillington 1 

6,778 


Olding, R G 

48,996 

4,532 

Randen, S 1 

17,907 


Shillington, S 

61,869 

845 

Oleksiuk, K 

57,002 

2,642 

Randle, J T 

1,500 

35 

Shortt, C 

33,700 


Olynyk, T 

27,143 

191 

Rapier, N C 

652 


Shupe, T W 

111,046 

7,785 

Opheim, A G 

1,500 


Rasode, B 

6,581 

861 

Shwetz, AM 

35,359 

394 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 12 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Siddaway, L 

46,108 

9,097 

Sylvan, A 

25,969 


Wanstall, A 

79,267 

4,236 

Sihota, P 

35,286 

604 

Tail, PA 

1,087 


Warner, B A 

9,240 


Simes, M A 

384 


Tang, 1 K M 

25,574 


Warner, R A 

31,934 


Simm, E A 

55,123 

8,350 

Tavernor, C B 

66,184 

3,329 

Waslenchuk, W J 

13,845 


Simmons, T 

25,119 


Tayler, T 

40,563 

2,510 

Waters, R 

61,399 

2,150 

Simpson, D R 

107,044 

5,946 

Taylor, A F 

635 


Watton, R J 

530 


Simpson, S A 

28,859 


Taylor, C E 

41,174 


Watts, R R 

1,453 

59 

Simson, R C 

84,328 

5,078 

Taylor, J E 

23,956 

174 

Waurynchuk, D M 

107,044 

10,985 

Sinclair, G G 

107,044 

4,516 

Taylor, L J 

66,184 

2,275 

Wauthier, V 

24,015 


Sine, KD 

21,850 


Teeter, B 

7,390 

192 

Wearmouth, J A 

1,397 

34 

Sivertson, L 

94,989 

22,943 

Teslyk, ) A 

1,698 


Weddell, BC 

107,044 

10,543 

Skelhorne, R G 

107,044 

9,628 

Testa, J H 

29,102 

48 

Weir, S E B 

42,625 

166 

Skrobotz, J 

6,922 


Thomas, A 

9,687 


Weitzel, H F 

107,044 

16,142 

Slanina, M 

560 


Thomas, H F 

107,044 

3,293 

Welchman, B G E 

1,500 


Smigel, J 

66,184 

3,891 

Thomas, M H 

107,044 

5,750 

Wellburn, K 

69,518 

2,973 

Smith, J 

26,859 


Thompson, N 

60,070 

230 

Welter, L M 

56,979 

6,831 

Smith, KAPD 

107,044 

1,033 

Thompson, RT 

38,558 


Wenzel, K J B 

34,365 


Smith, L B 

41,497 


Thorne, KG 

43,263 

933 

Westcott, MR 

3,001 

206 

Smith, L W 

107,044 

2,067 

Thornhill, D 

12,072 

4,878 

Westerlund, D 

508 

59 

Smith, M H 

34,082 


Threlfall, J J 

107,044 

4,955 

Wharf, S 

60,174 

1,883 

Smith, R K 

906 


Thurtell, M J 

44,506 

266 

Wheeler, M J 

1,500 


Smith, T C 

107,044 

4,621 

Tilley, G D 

11,138 

550 

White, HA 

107,044 

2,644 


32 979 



1,014 


Wikstrom, S S... 

1 606 


Smithson, V D 

3^528 


Tokarek, D W 

105,465 

4,752 

Wilcox, G P 

1,500 

74 

Smyth, D 1 

107,044 

9,088 

Travers, S G 

96,324 

9,432 

Wilfert, L M 

54,170 

4,765 

Somerton, P 

44,052 


Trueman, L L 

34,341 

37 

Wilimovsky, C 

78,580 

1,892 

Speck, K 

74,942 

449 

Tsang, P C P 

8,032 


Wilkinson, MW 

55,693 

868 

Spence, A J 

107,044 

3,008 

Turnbull, E 

32,260 


Williams, B D 

29,703 


Sperry, D L 

107,044 

13,470 

Turner, C 

420 


Williams, G D 

34,560 


Spooner, PA 

28,922 


Tweedale, A R 

107,044 

4,093 

Williams, G O 

65,518 

2,319 

St Denis, PM 

34,551 

105 

Twomey, W 

33,107 

117 

Williams, J 

19,907 


St Dennis, J 

27,572 


Urquhart, KG 

4,584 


Williams, L J 

67,548 

11,130 

St Michael, S A 

36,339 


Vakil, TF 

88,005 

6,41 1 

Williams, S A 

29,059 


St-Pierre, C 

28,688 


Valentine, K 

13,399 


Williamson, J A 

68,653 

7,671 

Stack, C 

36,830 

478 

Vamplew, D M 

107,044 

2,046 

Willing, BN 

45,034 


Stackhouse, S 

90,129 

1 1,641 

Van Haaften, A 

54,645 

3,832 

Willis, A B 

30,913 

962 

Standish, C P 

56,114 


Vanblarcom, J D 

30,772 

395 

Wilson, E J 

1,500 


Steele, KB 

56,979 

6,687 

Vance, G J 

7,710 

740 

Wilson, R D 

107,044 

26,969 

Steele, PM 

69,377 

1,955 

Vandermoor, L E 

31,372 


Wilson, RE 

1,381 

320 

Stenger, G M 

28,587 


Veit, S 

81,289 

8,249 

Wilson, S E 

61,012 

1,825 

Stevens, C .1 

9,609 


Vermaning, T A 

31,863 


Wiltjer, J 

30,791 


Stevens, J 

2,069 


Vessey, M C 

34,472 


Winstanley, L A 

40,413 

4,144 

Stevenson, RE 

68,524 

3,370 

Vosberg, V E 

17,825 


Wood, E 

26,722 


Stewart, J 

2,361 

73 

Vowles, DA 

55,717 

5,095 

Wood, E 

69,377 

5,827 

Stewart, J A 

37,992 

15,698 

Waatainen, J 

5,083 

1,394 

Woods, C E 

20,560 


Stewart, J G 

40,255 

1,441 

Wai, B 

8,207 


Woodward, R D 

40,570 

1 1,443 

Stewart, J T 

28,326 


Waldman, K P 

56,979 

5,880 

Woytack, J E 

91,264 

1,909 

Stewart, J T 

186 


Walker, Cl 

107,044 

2,549 

Wylie, KS 

29,059 


Stewart, W F 

98,179 

6,409 

Walker, D 

820 


Yamamoto, K 

66,184 

3,814 

Stieda, R H E 

61,869 

4,303 

Walker, F 

31,159 


Yan, RMT 

43,413 

200 

Stinson, L M 

28,707 


Walker, JHC 

86,380 

8,597 

Young, K P 

81,895 

3,112 

Stone, G D 

44,767 

2,452 

Wall, G G 

88,145 

16,638 

Young, R D 

42,158 


Stone, T G 

3,611 


Wall, J T 

1,087 


Zibauer, E 

27,091 


Strawson, D L 

30,088 


Wallace, G 

62,584 

1,385 

Zimmerman, A R 

22,248 


Stromberg-Stein, S .... 

107,044 

831 

Waller, P 

10,059 


Zubyk, B J 

51,751 

589 

Strongitharm, G D 

79,581 

1,436 

Walls, K 

30,453 

321 


48,251,313 

3,070,571 

Swan L 

56 901 

5,922 

\A/akh C. T 

31 645 





Sweeney, N E 

33,201 

750 

Walters, EG 

59^394 

1,350 





PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


I 13 


Schedule of Salary 1 and Travel Expenses 
of Other Employees 

(Details of employees with a gross salary of $50,000 or more) 


for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31 , 1 993 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

T ravel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Aarts, A P 

57,404 

12,921 

Alley, J A 

74,224 

1 0,904 

Aquino, F D 

50,356 

189 

Abbott, L M 

50,439 

7,059 

Alley, J B 

58,515 

5,883 

Aranas, A L 

89,894 

9,938 

Abdelwahab, W 

57,699 

1 4,649 

Allison, R J 

50,589 

3,837 

Archbold, G D 

61,869 


Abear, B G 

54,265 

1,296 

Allison, R M 

64,020 

116 

Archdekin, G C 

63,674 

1,759 

Ableson, D H G 

59,388 

10,677 

Almond, J S 

58,557 

271 

Archer, T 

54,058 

800 

Abrahamson, K 

69,212 

9,591 

Alvarez, J C 

59,205 

15,094 

Archibald, EG 

55,497 

1,124 

Achadinha, M 

53,127 

2,446 

Ambach, M G 

63,029 

474 

Archibald, W R 

64,260 

8,756 

Acheson, M P 

58,114 

3,646 

Ames, N G 

91,047 

6,568 

Argali, E 

56,606 

2,620 

Ackhurst, P W 

80,830 

8,393 

Amirault, V H 

57,577 

4,586 

Argent, H W 

59,459 

6,928 

Acomba, P 

55,843 

1,703 

Amo, J F 

53,869 

2,762 

Arm i stead, W 

51,160 

3,271 

Acres, J D 

56,114 

3,374 

Amos, F E 

63,560 

4,570 

Armleder, H 

55,991 

2,590 

Adair, CM 

56,023 

4,982 

Amren, R W B 

61,869 

373 

Armstrong, G E 

51,633 

3,328 

Adam, M 

53,832 


Amy, G 

66,185 

3,387 

Armstrong, G E 

61,459 

4,376 

Adam, R B L 

64,779 

8,245 

Anaka, D G 

56,379 

14,803 

Armstrong, J M 

52,362 

1,330 

Adamack, R 

76,053 

1,389 

Anchor, T 

54,283 

3,147 

Armstrong, R D 

60,797 

3,938 

Adamick, J J 

66,661 

3,072 

Anders, KT 

51,593 

1,818 

Arndt, H 

52,572 

3,040 

Adams, J 

76,395 

10,326 

Andersen, D 

60,516 

5,137 

Arnett, K E 

71,221 

6,722 

Adams, J D 

61,869 

1,900 

Andersen, G 

57,047 


Arnott, N M 

109,820 

1,402 

Adams, K A R 

50,758 


Andersen, L E 

61,459 

2,111 

Arnusch, J A 

50,135 

2,294 

Adams, RE 

71,422 

9,728 

Andersen, P 

56,588 


Arola, F S 

50,359 

862 

Adams, R S 

51,969 

6,923 

Anderson, A FI 

76,501 

8,698 

Arsenault, G 

55,478 

51 


61,186 

91 1 


60,446 

4,819 

Arthur, L M . . 

69 729 

4,608 

Adams, VC 

50,359 

2,174 

Anderson, B 

54,043 

Arthurs, R L 

50,770 

7,305 

Adamson, D G 

52,362 

6,797 

Anderson, B D 

84,289 


Artz, G P 

50,344 

397 

Adamson, R D 

87,609 

3,273 

Anderson, D J 

52,362 

3,871 

Ash, C H 

53,649 

5,274 

Adank, C 

59,908 

353 

Anderson, D L 

59,282 

2,151 

Ashcroft, G E 

56,132 

8,434 

Adderley, D E 

54,764 

6,625 

Anderson, D R 

61,869 

237 

Ashcroft, R 

50,893 


Addison, R B 

78,940 

10,082 

Anderson, D V 

51,248 

520 

Ashdown, J 

61,734 


Adelman, J A 

62,071 

3,912 

Anderson, D W 

54,255 

415 

Ashenbrenner, D 

53,057 

3,751 

Adelson, L 

64,261 

1,234 

Anderson, G C 

59,392 

1,054 

Asher, D B 

53,143 

880 

Aderichin, A 

54,586 

7,557 

Anderson, HD 

52,426 

1,580 

Ashley, K 1 

57,014 

1 0,806 

Adie, M J 

76,501 

5,846 

Anderson, H J 

56,391 

3,070 

Askew, R G 

50,144 

1,416 

Adlem, A R 

72,553 


Anderson, J D 

76,501 

9,958 

Assonitis, G C 

52,375 

831 

Adolph, G E 

74,617 

6,342 

Anderson, L 

66,110 


Atherton, B C 

55,729 

2,581 

Adrian, A D 

114,918 

2,578 

Anderson, M E 

56,699 

3,456 

Atherton, II 

52,358 

754 

Affleck, J 

67,004 

1,092 

Anderson, M G 

53,536 

10,528 

Atkins, A R 

82,220 

952 

Ages, D S 

61,869 

2,876 

Anderson, M W 

56,329 


Atkinson, H F 

66,185 

8,320 

Agnew, R P 

55,482 


Anderson, P 

64,429 

942 

Atkinson, R 

86,567 

1,686 

Ahmadi, K 

66,185 


Anderson, R E 

71,221 

17,137 

Atkinson, R 

51,286 


Aiyadurai, M 

55,709 

1,048 

Anderson, R G 

83,308 

25,579 

Attard, M 

53,841 

1,509 

Ajas, R R 

57,288 

13,101 

Anderson, S W 

62,150 

9,264 

Attariwala, P S 

67,560 

1,229 

Akam, L H 

67,376 

6,462 

Anderson, WJ 

66,185 

22,253 

Aubie, M 

57,032 

504 

Alam, M 

51,265 

2,267 

Anderson, W K 

67,945 

687 

Audley, M 

58,972 

6,196 

Alban, C 

51,850 

2,297 

Anderson, W R 

61,869 


Augustin, R W 

61,869 

4,156 

Alberti, M 

55,842 

1,429 

Anderssen, H 

56,419 

4,025 

Aull,J 

61,016 

478 

Albricht, G M 

67,485 

6,288 

Andison, A 

65,655 

3,051 

Aura, KK 

55,292 

933 

Albright, J 

54,871 

4,025 

Andison, FS 

66,185 

1,770 

Ausman, S A 

65,727 

243 

Alcock, R J 

62,657 

10,558 

Andrews, S 

52,219 


Austin, B 

68,834 

3,687 

Aldrich, R L 

65,261 

3,861 

Andrews, ST 

63,538 

36,646 

Austin, T A 

71,221 

12,869 

Aldworth, P 

64,439 

17,956 

Androsoff, W 

54,110 

6,273 

Austin, W M 

66,185 


Alexander, B D 

53,190 

1,656 

Andrusak, H 

65,920 

13,741 

Avril, S 

50,535 

5,699 

Alexander, D 

52,362 

6,832 

Angel, L E 

55,745 

9,071 

Awmack, K J 

50,666 

2,820 

Alexander, R 

56,694 

210 

Angus, G 

67,226 


Axford, J 

76,644 

10,645 

Alexis, J L' 

52,362 

344 

Angus, G A 

68,260 


Ayearst, J 

64,227 

563 

Alexis, P D 

60,026 

1 2,377 

Anholt, G 

80,014 

3,259 

Aykroyd, C D 

61,869 

4,714 

AN, L 

53,624 


Annesty, P M 

57,293 

3,144 

Aylward, J 

55,636 

418 

Allan, B 

55,648 


Annett, R K 

52,060 

1,458 

Azar, J W 

63,081 

4,475 

Allan, DH 

54,896 

307 

Annunziello, J A 

59,459 

3,386 

Aziz, K J 

50,339 

897 

Alldrick, D J 

57,272 

1,545 

Ansel 1, D B 

50,937 

493 

Babcock, R 

53,192 

224 

Allen, DE 

53,519 

8,128 

Anthony, M 

56,877 

2,326 

Baber, G C 

71,221 

10,737 

Allen, E A 

104,957 

1,686 

Anweiler, D 

56,874 

1,198 

Babiarz, R D 

51,133 

824 

Allen, G 

54,699 

1,193 

Apland, B C 

66,185 

4,622 

Babiuk, DW 

71,221 

24,776 

Allen, G R 

52,118 

6,818 

Apperloo, G 

52,551 

1 7,982 

Bacala, D N 

58,637 

528 

Allen, LR 

66,186 

6,367 

Applegate, K 

50,322 

20 

Bach, G T 

58,207 

23,069 

Alley, A G 

70,194 

946 

Apps, R N 

66,968 

3,751 

Bachop, C 

54,172 

1,751 


Salary includes regular base pay, overtime and lump-sum payments and does not include employee benefits. 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 14 



Salary 

T ravel 


Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Bachynski, D W 

66,160 

26,598 

Barton, D C 

56,951 

2,034 

Bell, RJ 

66,186 

6,463 

Back, C A 

61,869 

620 

Bartram, V C 

50,863 

1,647 

Bell, W G 

77,967 

14,756 

Back, 1 H 

61,097 

130 

Barwish, F 

66,900 


Bell, WH 

91,606 

799 

Backer, R 

50,097 

454 

Basi, HS 

52,362 

97 

Bell, WJ 

52,362 

83 

Badall. R 

57,466 

168 

Basiren, F E 

56,114 

689 

Bella, DJ 

50,919 

731 

Badalucco, C 

55,452 

4,142 

Baskerville, F 

71,221 

11,134 

Bellamore, M E 

50,345 

1,183 

Badowski, L J 

52,441 

1,306 

Bassett, R 

78,324 

7,358 

Bellows, J C 

86,391 


Baehr, B E 

71,221 

18,010 

Bastock, BE 

55,491 

3,057 

Belluz, T R 

51,049 

8,788 

Bahr, D M 

87,116 

1,071 

Batchelor, J V 

61,657 

3,020 

Beltrano, L 

71,221 

9,392 

Bailey, EM 

57,187 

2,139 

Bateman, AM 

50,358 


Belvedere, EM 

68,018 

5,243 

Bailey, LMK 

53,729 

4,857 

Bates, D 

53,410 


Bender, R E 

56,294 

3,465 

Bailey, S 

51,187 


Bates, D L 

59,470 

1,014 

Bengtsson, LA 

71,205 

5,712 

Bailey, W 

64,323 


Bates, F 

62,028 

2,734 

Benham, B J 

62,788 

5,029 

Baillie, C 

62,976 


Bates, G 

63,035 

5,268 

Bennallack, A 

60,165 

4,010 

Bainas, J R 

50,551 

251 

Bates, ME 

55,397 

12,101 

Bennett, LA 

56,223 

6,140 

Baird, R 

58,691 


Batey, 1 

73,313 

8,249 

Bennett, N R 

71,954 

4,525 

Baird, S 1 

61,869 

2,274 

Batke, S 

51,515 

5,258 

Bennett, R C 

57,466 

7,173 

Baja, E A 

67,305 

37 

Battles, R A 

76,501 

8,832 

Bennett, R E 

70,124 

3,289 

Baker, G A J 

53,869 

1,762 

Bauer, El F 

56,114 

4,003 

Bennett, T R 

65,466 

9,131 

Baker, K 

55,097 


Baumbach, R D 

55,588 

7,020 

Bennetto, J D 

79,359 

10,468 

Baker, KH 

74,636 

4,755 

Bawden, S E 

51,486 


Benskin, H J 

74,145 

12,740 

Baker, KW 

71,995 

7,902 

Baxter, FA 

85,742 

20,218 

Benson, D W 

62,193 

4,058 

Baker, R C 

56,114 

3,630 

Bayerthal, H P 

52,144 


Benson, R 

71,221 

24,866 

Baker, RG 

61,869 

844 

Bayley, R M 

57,064 


Benson, R A 

54,467 

2,002 

Baker, T E 

80,830 

10,531 

Baylis, R C A 

50,208 

2,067 

Benson, W 

57,567 

643 

Baker, WM A 

67,200 

7,242 

Bayntun, T C 

67,011 


Bentley, B D 

58,471 

1,740 

Bakowski, S 

56,204 

775 

Beadle, EJ 

61,869 

1,417 

Bentley, B H 

62,112 

2,487 

Balachandran, G 

59,459 

1,015 

Beale, D 

50,563 


Bentley, DK 

55,899 

2,537 

Balaski, A K 

71,221 

11,348 

Beale, J D 

63,756 

14,120 

Benton, D S 

63,461 

16,306 

Balcaen, M 

59,820 

415 

Beals, R A 

59,458 

216 

Berard, D K 

51,247 

605 

Baldwin, M A 

63,743 

2,521 

Beamish, W F 

50,428 

2,490 

Beresford, CD 

58,074 

11,398 

Bales, DC 

56,304 

561 

Beard, WH 

56,386 

971 

Beresford, E W 

61,638 

9,260 

Ballantyne, 1 AM 

62,817 

8,535 

Bearpark, R 

65,722 

5,832 

Bergen, W G 

52,131 

8,847 

Balser, R W 

66,185 

4,320 

Beasley, R J 

64,152 

7,004 

Bergman, J 

57,885 

119 

Baltes, J 

65,288 

174 

Beasley, T 

71,475 

1,853 

Bergman, L A 

59,459 

3,273 

BaltzerTurje, R 

56,877 

1,444 

Beatty Spence, J 

51,127 

6,043 

Bergstrom, BA 

56,954 


Banera, N G 

61,674 

6,454 

Beatty, G E 

80,831 

6,496 

Berland, J Q 

66,185 

23,506 

Banerjee, S 

55,609 

65 

Beauchemin, S 

52,689 

232 

Bernklau, R 

50,038 


Banman, A W 

61,869 

625 

Beaudette, R J 

54,904 

123 

Berry, D 

51,497 

677 

Banmen, J 

59,034 

282 

Beaudin, R 

55,965 


Berry, D W 

61,502 

1,187 

Banner, A 

55,596 

2,843 

Beaudry, P G 

51,217 

3,014 

Berry, J L 

52,696 

4,562 

Bannerman, B A 

56,115 

9,931 

Beaulac, L E 

56,114 

1,531 

Berry, M 

52,020 

36 

Bannon, F J 

71,221 

9,797 

Beaulieu, B E 

60,464 

3,552 

Bertrand, BT 

66,492 

405 

Barber, F j 

53,341 

10,861 

Beaulieu, N B 

50,359 

35 

Bertrand, R A 

71,221 

12,828 

Barber, H W 

72,306 

6,236 

Beaulieu, S D 

59,019 

3,510 

Bespflug, K E 

80,835 

17,191 

Barcham, D W 

66,197 

7,618 

Beaumont, DR 

50,266 

10,746 

Beswick, J E 

64,057 

8,903 

Barker, B . ... 

57,875 

8,865 

Beaver, C A.. 

71,058 

297 

Betts, K 

50,215 

489 

Barker, R A 

59,307 

5,455 

Beazley, R J 

67,660 

1,861 

Betts, M F 

53,392 

4,058 

Barkley, T D 

66,662 

3,512 

Beck, A 

50,359 

1,204 

Beugeling, R F 

65,482 

2,540 

Barkley, WD 

80,830 

6,120 

Beck, R W 

55,885 

2,051 

Bevan, B J 

51,344 

4,253 

Barman, C C 

61,869 


Becker, A E 

66,572 

8,839 

Bevans, R E 

51,112 

27 

Barnard, B E 

71,221 

1,772 

Becker, E 

56,480 

14,574 

Bevans, R W 

54,434 


Barnard, D K 

61,869 

2,122 

Beckett, AC 

66,186 

2,412 

Beyer, EL 

95,612 

1,174 

Barnes, G R 

80,830 

10,190 

Becklake, P G 

57,175 

9,634 

Beynon, T G 

80,831 

137 

Barnes, L V 

53,871 

4,384 

Bedard, AN 

51,476 

10,477 

Bibby, DE 

52,362 

3,500 

Barnes, T G 

51,491 

4,269 

Beddington, J C 

50,319 

18 

Biccum, L T 

50,429 

7,668 

Barnett, C : 

57,712 

3,372 

Bedford, L R 

63,676 

16,535 

Bickel, N 

53,350 


Barnett, D 

55,147 


Bedford, W C 

76,980 

8,438 

Bicknell, E 

59,999 

1,947 

Barnewall, B 

60,063 

2,955 

Beeching M K 

75,252 

3,867 

Biddle, M 

87,922 

203 

Barr, F 

80,843 

4,622 

Reedle R M 

73 193 

14,510 

Bieller, B 

61,868 

346 

Barr, J 

50,996 

5,708 

Beets, ML 

69,041 

8,277 

Biggs, C M 

50,942 

7,749 

Barr, L J 

53,488 

1,441 

Begg, D G 

65,158 

460 

Biggs, GW 

58,775 

16,356 

Barr-Thompson, V 

50,251 

3,780 

Begg, K L 

58,347 

2,998 

Bigler, C L 

50,270 


Barratt, B L 

53,509 

8,782 

Beilman, J A 

51,894 

4,210 

Bigras, BAR 

67,497 

7,780 

Barrett, JR 

53,801 

3,266 

Beimen, D 

53,864 

448 

Biickert, J A 

80,830 

12,488 

Barrette, DC 

52,054 

2,953 

Bein, P 

55,743 

9,309 

Biller, RD 

50,348 

5,474 

Barron, W D 

52,244 

185 

Bekker, P J 

61,829 

17,388 

Billing, DW 

60,392 


Barrow, G 

80,047 

2,032 

Belcher, A R 

60,609 

8,052 

Billingham, M 

66,135 


Barrows, R A 

61,869 

5,267 

Belik, K W 

73,874 

4,337 

Billings, R R 

52,389 

5,196 

Barry, A 

50,000 

12,832 

Beliveau, CD 

55,297 

399 

Binder, WD 

57,466 

548 

Barry, J M 

55,847 

14,840 

Bell, A 

85,540 

4,668 

Bindra, KS 

63,522 

4,043 

Barry, T D 

53,924 

7,672 

Bell, DE 

72,361 

10,909 

Bingham, B C 

50,641 

2,970 

Barten, R J 

56,912 

16,092 

Bell, DL 

61,869 

7,553 

Binks, L 

53,156 

6,343 

Barter, L B 

71,221 

17,989 

Bell, EL 

55 751 

6,227 

Bintner B 

51,222 

1,943 

Barthei, W E 

50,468 

952 

Bell, G J 

55,226 

5,495 

Birch, IW 

71,221 

3,303 

Barthropp, M 

58,154 

1,080 

Bell, R 

62,351 

1,163 

Birch, J M 

73,099 

13,869 

Bartle, H T 

59,227 

8,019 

Bell, RJ 

60,478 

5,751 

Birch, P 

52,503 

2,404 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


115 



Salary 

T ravel 


Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Birch, R A 

55,436 

2,296 

Boomer, J 

55,173 

8,154 

Brethour, 1 

66,352 

4,081 

Birrell, G T 

56,743 


Boomer, W G 

71,221 

2,485 

Brett, PH 

58,243 

11,512 

Birtwistle, R W 

57,867 

1,173 

Boon, L N 

68,149 

2,026 

Brewer, G P 

58,667 

7,863 

Birzins, P 

57,195 

2,826 

Booth, R 

63,572 

12,623 

Brewin, R L 

62,110 

2,548 

Bischoff, J M 

61,299 

5,473 

Boothman, T A 

57,552 

3,978 

Brick, R A 

58,700 

2,493 

Bishoff, K 

50,429 

134 

Bopp, V K 

63,651 

4,919 

Brickett, J 

70,658 


Bishop, A M 

52,448 

2,882 

Boran, L S 

50,349 

4,705 

Brickman, E 

54,950 

1,800 

Bishop, J R 

52,362 

9,451 

Bornemann, K F 

55,405 

6,033 

Brind-Sheridan, A 

89,195 

7,695 


54,735 

1,347 


53,837 

759 

Brink, B .. 

65 612 


Bishop, M C 

61,344 

9,531 

Borth, DA 

54,617 

1,400 

Brinkhaus, D M 

61,862 

25,713 

Bishop, M D 

50,881 

5,750 

Bose, R N 

66,185 

2,052 

Brinley, D G 

61,869 

4,477 

Bishop, V D 

56,114 


Bostock, M J 

56,099 

6,770 

Brinnen, WJ 

72,092 

7,813 

Bitschy, S C 

66,595 

1 3,405 

Boteju, K 1 

63,435 

4,210 

Bristow, S W 

61,209 

3,131 


56,114 

3,065 


55,984 

325 

Britneff A A 

59 758 

451 

Black, E A 

53^862 

4^873 

Botrakoff, G 

56,811 


Broadbent, L 

55*338 

Black, M R 

50,359 

605 

Botterell, R H 

73,188 

16,941 

Broadhead, G 

54,833 

31 

Blackburn, G M 

52,362 

8,589 

Bouchard, E A 

54,583 

213 

Brockley, R P 

63,328 

9,531 

Blackey, G J 

50,885 

216 

Boudreau, P 

59,445 

7,773 

Broderick, J R 

71,221 

10,683 

Blacklock, R J 

52,725 

2,349 

Boulier, A 

52,011 

196 

Brodie, P 

72,553 


Blackstock, M D 

57,519 

7,902 

Boulton, D 

56,114 

298 

Brodie, R 

61,569 

3,487 

Blackstone, 1 

56,114 

2,482 

Bouman, CD 

50,037 

5,430 

Broemeling, D J 

71,221 

15,029 


65,048 

4,942 


51,008 

1,392 

Brohman B 

57 798 

1 ,328 

Blackwood, A J 

61,869 

2,004 

Bourhill, T 

56,980 

1,109 

Broocke, J M 

54,729 

8^915 

Blagdon, T 

55,452 

855 

Bovey, J 

74,971 

1,782 

Brook, W N 

53,780 

3,350 

Blain, W 

54,243 

175 

Bowden, R F 

59,257 

14,088 

Brooke, D F 

60,282 

5,277 

Blair, G R 

96,920 

2,497 

Bowden, WS 

61,869 

1,771 

Brown, A A 

63,164 

7,597 

Blair, L 

61,869 

16,338 

Bowden-Green, R E C.... 

56,114 

20,730 

Brown, A C 

66,206 

5,803 

Blair, L A 

63,289 

4,986 

Bowen, D G 

67,328 

19,861 

Brown, A E R 

62,014 

8,366 

Blake, D F J 

50,845 

3,123 

Bowen, D R 

61,374 

5,296 

Brown, B 

53,154 

4,634 

Blake, M P 

56,114 

612 

Bowering, D 

90,881 

19,506 

Brown, C D 

59,400 

2,008 

Blaney, B F 

54,527 

3,611 

Bowes, K 

58,759 


Brown, C H 

63,489 

12,712 

Blasetti, F 

80,831 

13,725 

Bowes, V A 

59,640 

1,328 

Brown, C L 

50,865 

1,976 

Blaskovits, R 

69,204 

4,669 

Bowlby, V A 

63,482 

8,805 

Brown, C M 

50,389 

1,412 

Blatchford, D 

50,359 

2,583 

Bowler, P R 

54,430 

876 

Brown, C R 

66,185 

1,431 

Blazkow, P 

56,114 


Bowles, R 

51,522 


Brown, D A 

59,470 

3,646 

Blechingberg, S D 

80,380 

15,841 

Bowolin, N P 

57,300 

3,484 

Brown, D F 

65,794 

15,499 

Blevings, G J 

56,877 

3,132 

Boyce, T D 

52,789 

235 

Brown, D J 

56,964 

751 

Blight, R J 

55,467 

1,564 

Boyd, A 

62,886 

1,739 

Brown, D W 

75,678 

5,959 

Blixrud, R G 

50,279 

8,244 

Boyden, HR 

60,451 

3,041 

Brown, D W 

53,849 

5,769 

Bloch, M 

60,170 

2,232 

Boyer, DC 

66,297 

10,886 

Brown, 1C 

66,185 

8,125 

Block, HJ FI 

66,185 

7,408 

Boyes, D K 

64,245 

3,476 

Brown, J R 

52,362 

2,617 

Blois, J 

59,930 

1,205 

Boyes, K R 

50,201 

2,752 

Brown, M J 

65,388 

9,611 

Blom, F W 

61,784 

4,195 

Bozoian, A 

80,830 

11,157 

Brown, N B 

67,235 

6,718 

Blom, K 

61,869 

84 

Bozzer, R 

75,511 

11,465 

Brown, PA 

60,922 

332 

Blom, K 

61,869 

1,976 

Braacx, A 

58,680 

572 

Brown, R 

51,561 


Blom, T 

61,869 

1,509 

Bradbeer, J E 

56,149 

7,546 

Brown, R 

56,789 


Blower, D 

54,454 

6,786 

Bradford, M 

52,089 


Brown, R E 

66,185 

1,288 

Bloxom, G L 

56,344 

1,088 

Bradley, AW 

71,221 

5,445 

Brown, R G 

68,368 

21,836 

Blue, VJ 

61,869 

1,736 

Bradley, R J 

64,924 

1,235 

Brown, S M 

51,673 

4,261 

Blumenauer, D R 

58,968 

3,708 

Brady, C R 

51,272 

366 

Brown, W B 

64,323 

10,363 

Boas, H K 

66,185 

465 

Brady, GW 

78,415 

5,587 

Browne, G H 

57,865 

1,243 

Bobroske, V 

50,349 

915 

Brahniuk, K G 

61,869 

1,355 

Brownell, R N 

63,168 

3,295 

Bobroske, W A 

53,907 

5,592 

Braidwood, J 

61,605 


Browning, M M 

71,221 

6,133 

Bobrowsky, P T 

58,221 

3,549 

B raidwood-Looney, T . . . . 

53,615 

2,571 

Browning, W S 

60,667 

475 

Bodard, J M V 

61,869 

1,740 

Braithwaite, G 

54,789 

559 

Brownlee, M J 

72,662 

10,037 

Bodnar, AW 

63,702 

3,607 

Braithwaite, KS 

62,353 

3,436 

Brownsey, G R 

71,221 

9,773 

Bodnarchuk, J P 

63,871 

22,186 

Brambell, C 

50,359 

27,513 

Brubacher, R K 

50,358 

1,919 

Bollans, R A 

63,618 

4,060 

Brand, D R 

55,981 

4,465 

Bruce, J T 

52,886 

12,821 

Bolton, C V 

57,296 

8,141 

Brand, S J 

52,544 

5,981 

Brueckl, K 

50,619 

129 

Bolton, D B 

55,709 

2,207 

Brannigan, J 

50,575 


Brugger, MW 

51,538 

603 

Bomford, J 

61,262 

6,192 

Brar, D S 

52,538 

1,159 

Bruhm, M J 

59,307 

10,029 

Bomford, L E 

65,262 

7,626 

Brash, WR 

68,303 

10,372 

Brulotte, A 

61,754 

5,903 

Bonare, A J 

63,370 

3,442 

Bratton, W 

51,114 

2,689 

Brunt, K R 

54,485 

3,760 

Bond, A K 

53,726 

1,987 

Braumandl, T F 

58,161 

4,345 

Bryan, B B 

55,709 

882 

Bond, C R 

61,193 


Braun, M 

70,967 

165 

Bryant, G J 

51,345 

10,683 

Bond, D L 

63,639 

1,633 

Braun, R A 

61,869 

5,484 

Bryant, J 

62,898 

10,118 

Bondaroff, H 

50,359 

6,239 

Bray, P D 

61,869 

3,033 

Bryant, P J 

55,950 

4,812 

Bone, E 

58,932 

8,799 

Braz, J 

59,396 

8,002 

Bryce, H H S 

56,672 

195 

Bone, R 

63,480 

4,409 

Brazier, A L 

66,763 

13,089 

Bryce, K R 

65,232 

6,581 

Bones, J G 

72,498 

5,334 

Brazier, H 

56,753 

4,154 

Bryden, G B W 

65,847 

2,634 

Bonham, E W D 

76,485 

8,417 

Breiter, T 

63,724 

2,758 

Buble, G 

59,906 

2,506 

Bonin, D 

56,578 


Breitkreutz, A 

63,883 

8,813 

Buchanan, PA 

76,501 

6,003 

Bonner, K R 

52,362 

1,409 

Breitkreuz, E 

50,359 

6,304 

Buchanan, R G 

54,318 

10,999 

Bonnieux, D L 

77,157 

15,663 

Breitkreuz, H 

50,201 

2,332 

Buchanan, R J 

71,221 

1,044 

Bonny, E B 

58,568 

1,609 

Brenner, E F 

54,080 

1,141 

Buchanan, S M 

55,766 

5,968 

Bonnyman, S 

52,389 

8,573 

Brenner, J E 

52,362 

8,118 

Bucholtz, P 

56,605 


Bonser, P J 

67,738 

3,484 

Brereton, M K 

61,869 

1,011 

Buckham, T H 

50,633 

1,055 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 16 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

T ravel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Buckingham, R W 

76,501 

11,340 

Cairns, J H 

62,037 

2,510 

Casey, A P 

61,869 


Buckle, j L S 

80,830 

32,476 

Cairns, R G 

52,471 

883 

Casey, R P 

63,590 

11,573 

Buckley, D T 

56,743 


Caisley, M 

57,123 

12,831 

Caskey, PM 

51,405 

820 

Buckley, M 

58,720 


Calder, D 

52,508 

9,849 

Castledine, AJ 

57,398 

6,926 

Buckley, MC 

56,114 

1,228 

Caldicott, N 

51,365 

6,158 

Castrucow, M P 

50,565 

1,700 

Budlovsky, A 

78,882 

1,938 

Caldwell, R M 

53,317 

748 

Catherall, M 

52,362 

5,570 

Buemann, S 

69,610 

2,242 

Callaghan, J R 

56,114 

16,094 

Caton, H 

56,709 


Buettner, R H 

64,176 

21,755 

Callander, G R 

66,185 

9,640 

Cator, B R 

71,221 

4,779 

Bugera, N 

52,325 


Callander, K 

54,754 

4,347 

Cattanach, MW 

52,117 

4,310 

Bugslag, RJ 

59,237 

4,455 

Callbeck, D G 

68,319 

664 

Catto, R B 

54,570 


Buirs, M J C 

51,077 

620 

Cam, A A 

53,487 

3,009 

Caumartin, A 

52,694 


Bulford, D 

66,186 

9,230 

Camden, W 

53,089 

4,763 

Cavanagh, J A 

61,299 

3,004 

Bull, C J 

59,388 

2,620 

Cameron, AM 

62,344 

2,526 

Cawley, C A 

56,114 

4,537 

Bull, H 

61,802 


Cameron, B 

58,322 

257 

Celle, P D 

79,116 


Bull, WC 

50,345 

1,980 

Cameron, D 

50,616 


Cervenko, C 

54,429 


Bullard, FS 

61,869 

1,581 

Cameron, D 

55,314 

954 

Cervo, L D 

64,828 

627 

Bullivant, L G 

58,581 


Cameron, 1 R 

57,619 

13,129 

Chadwick, R 

69,854 

21,813 

Bulmer, E 

54,584 

7,756 

Cameron, J 

66,186 

4,549 

Chaffee, R D 

51,536 

8,959 

Bulmer, L J 

76,501 

755 

Cameron, R H 

■ 59,459 

3,812 

Challand, R M 

50,900 


Bulmer, M 

56,877 

9,522 

Cameron, R L 

56,877 

2,531 

Chamberlain, C N 

56,097 

4,217 

Burch, C A 

70,479 

12,821 

Campbell, C K 

71,221 

10,824 

Chamberlain, H 

54,430 

2,769 

Burgers, W H 

62,415 

3,177 

Campbell, D 

51,947 

23 

Chamberlain, R 

67,636 

1,873 

Burgess, D J 

53,924 

2,191 

Campbell, DA 

52,183 

1,093 

Chamberlin, T 

68,476 

24,664 

Burgess, S M 

56,114 

4,053 

Campbell, D A H 

54,412 

4,925 

Chambers, A B 

61,869 

417 

Burgess, TE 

59,388 

3,247 

Campbell, D J 

70,793 

1,629 

Chambers, J 

57,955 


Burgess, TJ 

51,761 

11,664 

Campbell, D R 

54,433 

21,181 

Champion, D 

56,114 


Burka, M 

71,849 

8,315 

Campbell, D W 

61,038 

9,694 

Champion, J H 

61,869 

9,637 

Burkhardt, A E 

61,869 

243 

Campbell, J F 

64,766 

238 

Champlin, W C 

50,063 

4,253 

Burkhardt, LA 

80,016 

6,556 

Campbell, O 

57,903 


Chan, AY 

58,668 

849 

Burkin, B 

60,982 


Campbell, R 

• 61,869 

2,718 

Chan, D 

57,278 

7,231 

Burkinshaw, W D 

51,264 

186 

Campbell, W V 

50,774 

4,049 

Chan, D 

50,817 

1,213 

Burkle, E F 

59,819 

4,438 

Campese, S V 

62,986 

835 

Chan, KC 

58,816 

1,372 

Burleigh, P 

59,965 

4,197 

Cannings, R M 

66,185 

24,382 

Chan, R 

72,675 

4,464 

Burnes, 1 J 

71,221 

7,216 

Caple, C 

71,221 


Chan, S H S 

54,399 

623 

Burnet, C A 

75,589 

12,017 

Capling, SJ 

56,919 

837 

Chance, K 

52,553 

415 

Burns, G M 

57,298 

2,815 

Capon, 1 

52,362 

1,274 

Chang, W 

59,032 

50 

Burns, M 

74,694 


Carbol, B C 

80,830 

3,861 

Chantler, T 

54,322 

1,964 

Burns-Clark,T 

63,538 

4,311 

Card, JR 

65,322 

2,428 

Chapin, G FI 

54,555 

1,520 

Burrell, RW 

61,869 

717 

Card, S 

53,927 

3,790 

Chapman, B 

51,711 

2,226 

Burri, D 

69,119 

1,475 

Cargo, J 

68,700 

29,028 

Chapman, C 

50,337 

500 

Burris, R F 

70,193 

6,683 

Carl, VR 

61,869 

11,351 

Chapman, G W 

58,360 

227 

Burrows, J A 

55,969 

3,572 

Carleton, MG 

61,869 

4,649 

Chapman, J N 

61,894 

2,948 

Burrows, W ... 

69,213 

1,569 

Carlow, B 

52,915 

299 

Chapman, KM 

74,057 

207 

Burton, C D 

59,421 

4,613 

Carlson, G A 

56,188 

900 

Chapman, R L 

76,501 

19,497 

Burton, K R 

63,857 

14,247 

Carlson, J H G 

59,394 


Chard, G L 

61,869 

2,143 

Bush, G W 

56,114 

9,271 

Carlson, L 

61,855 

4,172 

Charles, RJ 

61,816 

1,753 

Buss, D W 

69,901 

252 

Carlson, M A 

80,827 

1 5,044 

Charron, P 

70,792 

19,603 

Butchart, D G 

53,264 

1,059 

Carlson, M R 

63,606 

8,345 

Chartier, M G 

54,502 

11,323 

Butcher, R G 

56,114 

1,381 

Carlson, VI 

52,442 

11,153 

Chase Wilde, L 

58,863 

19,001 

Butler, B L 

62,908 

14,131 

Carlson, W C 

51,487 

6,589 

Chater, D 

63,128 

4,218 

Butler, D 

61,231 

8,110 

Carman, B W 

52,362 

2,467 

Chater, DW 

50,776 

322 

Butler, D M 

52,145 

6,162 

Carman, C J 

72,328 

7,574 

Chatton, TC 

63,357 

4,120 

Butler, F 

54,643 


Carmichael, J A 

62,187 

10,648 

Chatwin, S C 

64,221 

15,269 

Butler, J M 

76,398 

■ 19,874 

Carmichael, N 

65,987 

3,390 

Cheng, RCK 

51,975 

2,957 

Butler, M 

52,749 

4,835 

Carpenter, D B 

61,869 

935 

Chequer, S E 

58,005 

2,557 

Butler, R R 

61,419 

7,280 

Carpenter, K 

59,394 

7,754 

Chernoff, L 

57,666 


Butler, RW 

61,890 

9,201 

Carr, C A 

51,388 

4,396 

Cherrington, B 

56,114 

5,448 

Butz, S J 

56,114 

984 

Carr, EW 

72,906 

26,514 

Cherrington, J D 

66,185 


Buydens, G F 

50,833 

1,208 

Carr, S 

55,932 

11,148 

Cherry, D 

53,563 


Byers, D L 

71,221 

5,890 

Carragher, W E 

67,941 

9,141 

Cherry, MG 

71,221 

7,740 

Byers, J 

68,581 

5,238 

Carriere, G H 

51,460 

3,826 

Chesterman,M 

52,892 

2,305 

Byford, P 

57,881 


Carrow, A 

66,185 

3,649 

Chetty, G 

76,501 

10,394 

Byng, D 

51,799 

11,351 

Carson, DM 

82,542 

5,983 

Cheung, J C K 

78,295 

16,528 

Bynuck, JJ 

52,362 

11 

Carson, D W 

56,114 

2,046 

Chicorelli, SC 

60,276 

54 

Byrne, S K 

53,530 

3,261 

Carson, K R 

50,587 

5,822 

Childerhose, R 

67,164 

8,299 

Cabullos, G 

54,968 


Carter, ES 

54,734 

1,913 

Chin, G D 

53,312 

3,723 

Cadden, D J 

54,655 

4,832 

Carter, L R 

60,713 


Chisholm, R 

73,993 


Cadger, P 

56,114 

2,472 

Carter, M T 

56,100 

7,116 

Chislett, G R 

57,504 

7,938 

Cadieux, D G 

50,359 

1,092 

Carter, TG 

67,751 

6,650 

Chiu, PK 

86,999 

133 

Cadieux, TR 

54,904 

406 

Carter, W L 

71,221 

7,571 

Cho, D S 

50,860 

1,202 

Cadman, B 

52,176 

757 

Cartwright, J W 

59,388 

12,381 

Chodeck, C O 

54,612 

2,576 

Cadogan, GWL 

61,870 

4,379 

Carver, A B 

80,831 

1,429 

Chopik, K S 

57,655 

2,055 

Cahill, CD 

70,636 

10,553 

Carver, C A 

59,271 

3,060 

Chor, A K 

59,459 

279 

Cail, R 

54,400 

789 

Carver, PJ 

59,366 

1,086 

Chow, B W 

55,613 

5,609 

Caine, B D 

58,793 

4,540 

Caryer, R B 

85,433 

2,033 

Chow, L 

58,492 

800 

Caine, G D 

59,389 

7,545 

Casavant, S M 

65,320 

13,442 

Choy, B A 

51,654 

728 

Caird, J 

54,182 

9,618 

Case, V 

54,394 

29 

Choy, H 

60,212 

479 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


I 17 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Christensen, F H 

76,501 

9,199 

Coldwell, K R 

52,578 


Cormack, L 

58,643 

1,602 

Christensen, T C 

53,149 

4,286 

Coldwell, K W 

61,869 

5,708 

Cornick, J D 

55,171 

4,341 

Christiaens, S 

50,217 

3,419 

Cole, G 

55,364 

1,389 

Cornish, K A 

71,561 


Christian, MW 

69,622 

11,034 

Coleman, DA 

63,682 

5,314 

Corraini, K D 

64,619 

13,062 

Christie, P 

53,062 

2,740 

Coley, J G 

60,643 

162 

Corrigal, R B 

61,869 

3,505 

Christie, WC 

63,303 

2,749 

Colgan, J A.. 

62,761 

8,884 

Corrigan, K J 

56,113 

5,845 

Chrysler, D 

55,418 


Coligado, M 

52,362 


Corsbie, J B 

70,753 

4,637 

Chu, H 

52,918 

1,616 

Collett, MS 

53,969 

4,306 

Cosens, AG 

50,399 

4,880 

Church, B N 

63,618 

849 

Colley, W 

95,364 

1,861 

Cosgrove, DJ 

53,870 

978 

Churchill, BP 

59,388 

11,978 

Collier, AT 

78,909 

16,318 

Cosgrove, J A 

57,250 

1,317 

Churchill, LJ 

56,114 

6,954 

Collier, CE 

50,122 

15,745 

Costello, K 

66,183 

15,960 

Churlish, SJ 

74,885 

10,360 

Collier, R 

62,018 

7,908 

Costello, R A 

59,470 

728 

Ciapponi, V 

61,869 

4,907 

Collin, D 

66,125 

2,496 

Cotter, S L 

51,700 

5,893 

Ciceri, R A 

67,149 

3,080 

Collingwood, K A 

81,061 

26,648 

Couch, D P 

75,988 


Cinnamon, A D 

60,472 

1,302 

Collins, A E 

56,563 

1,193 

Coulis, C A... 

58,476 

6,729 

Clancy, JF 

77,594 

684 

Collins, B J 

66,185 

2,047 

Coulson, C H 

67,337 

2,054 

Clapperton, D R 

57,923 

1,959 

Collins, M 

50,358 

1,797 

Coulson, P F 

57,868 

16 

Claridge, MG 

70,457 

1,379 

Col 1 is, K G 

52,362 

1,811 

Coupland, M , 

52,134 

165 

Clark, BA 

52,868 

3,773 

Collis, M 

50,600 

25 

Couroux, R J 

55,607 

2,284 

Clark, BJ 

52,362 

11,050 

Collison, M 

50,787 

1,872 

Courson, D E 

59,805 

6,307 

Clark, DAM 

55,279 

3,203 

Collison, M D 

53,994 

6,079 

Courtin, P J 

51,334 

5,332 

Clark, D L 

58,443 

2,076 

Collisson, W D 

71,228 

4,330 

Coutts, B G 

59,394 

6,815 

Clark, G 

50,331 

1,783 

Colmer, R 

52,620 

1,345 

Coverdale, D 

52,682 

8,659 

Clark, GL 

55,546 

270 

Colombo, A F 

54,465 

1,121 

Cowan, L J 

60,472 

4,558 

Clark, JP 

55,588 

2,340 

Colter, MG 

50,078 

957 

Cowderoy, J 

57,622 

716 

Clark, J P 

65,176 

15,699 

Colussi, D L 

76,501 

2,092 

Cowell, CJ 

66,186 

23,349 

Clark, KJ 

50,438 

3,992 

Colvey, R P 

66,794 

1,692 

Cowen, J S 

52,161 


Clark, L 

55,760 


Colville, J R 

77,206 

1,123 

Cowie, W G 

52,943 


Clark, M G 

58,438 

2,530 

Colwell, DC 

51,453 

743 

Cowland, C 

59,590 


Clark, MJR 

54,406 

9,489 

Comeau, P G 

58,931 

10,545 

Cowland, U EC 

65,209 

5,300 

Clark, N L 

50,424 

515 

Condotta, S 

60,436 

13,287 

Cowley, M M 

59,457 

20,756 

Clark, PT 

56,115 

123 

Congdon, BE 

50,358 

2,169 

Cox, B F 

61,869 

2,471 

Clark, R A 

61,723 


Conlin, L 

50,988 

6,259 

Cox, BN 

70,078 

5,381 

Clark, R G 

72,410 

11,890 

Connal, L G 

59,041 

182 

Cox, J 

52,498 

1,376 

Clark, S 

79,491 

31,902 

Connaty, G L 

60,245 

1,848 

Cox, R K 

91,599 

23,266 

Clark, SC 

53,861 

7,126 

Connell, J 

55,658 

5 

Cox, R K 

54,056 

11,051 

Clark, W A 

71,016 

176 

Conner, G J 

55,575 

10,663 

Cox, T W 

61,869 

3,219 

Clark, WK 

79,436 

124 

Connolly, J D 

62,099 

344 

Coyne, J P 

55,613 

6,920 

Clark-Marlow, K L 

58,149 

1,226 

Connolly, P 

54,078 

325 

Cozens, R D 

61,933 

5,839 

Clarke, B D 

56,114 

2,660 

Connolly, R L 

72,253 

10,929 

Cragg, D 

54,330 

165 

Clarke, E A 

52,338 

2,568 

Connor, M J 

64,078 

9,483 

Cragg, R 

53,528 


Clarke, G 

56,114 

1,386 

Connors, JR 

56,527 


Craig, G 

57,348 

36 

Clarke, PW 

63,560 

4,140 

Conquist, J 

62,386 

6,718 

Craig, S M 

59,470 

15,686 

Clarke, W N 

59,586 

1,066 

Conrad, G 

79,966 

1,458 

Crampton, D 

50,130 

11,939 

Clarkson, D G 

52,301 

1,006 

Conrad, R A 

57,464 

6,980 

Cran, G J 

60,312 

21,919 

Clavora, M 

57,203 

288 

Conroy, G 

51,229 

1,220 

Crane, A H 

55,492 

1,484 

Clay, M M 

52,440 

3,570 

Conte, R J 

61,869 

5,731 

Crane, G 

58,839 


Cleaver, MG 

62,599 

1,333 

Contorines,J 

56,129 

2,597 

Cranston, R S 

59,448 

4,930 

Cleland, F E 

53,841 

8,655 

Cook, D 

59,755 

43 

Craven, R B 

68,508 

956 

Clement, K J 

52,688 

228 

Cook, DA 

53,336 

15,297 

Crawford, J W 

68,687 

15,591 

Clements, GW 

78,886 

14,240 

Cook, J C 

58,287 

1,298 

Crawford, R C 

71,648 

28,946 

Clements, RJ 

52,362 

11,232 

Cook, JR 

66,185 

1,388 

Crawley, K J 

55,321 

2,454 

Clermont, G M 

53,469 


Cook, L 

54,624 

961 

Creber, R J 

66,983 

6,536 

Clevette, R E 

66,185 

12,649 

Cook, M 

55,131 

120 

Creighton, C C 

66,185 

393 

Clews, S G 

59,996 

33 

Cook, P H 

61,869 

1,389 

Creighton, M A 

58,927 

2,804 

Clifford, T 

60,297 

394 

Cook, R 

56,307 

16,236 

Cresswell, M E.. 

61,869 

4,460 

Clifton, G 

57,454 


Cooke, C 

53,361 

909 

Crichton, W H 

57,773 

1,013 

Clough, PJ 

56,624 

982 

Cooke, MB 

59,374 

1,447 

Crider, JR 

62,019 

1,304 

Clowers, R 

52,248 


Cooke, P 

54,036 

1,773 

Crisp, N 

59,222 

3,264 

Clugston, P H 

52,362 

7,180 

Cooley, S 

54,140 

61 

Criss, PR 

52,577 

463 

Clugston, RE 

60,280 


Coombe, J M 

57,932 

5,441 

Crompton, P J 

71,221 

751 

Clyne, C 

55,975 

102 

Coombs, C A 

63,537 

7,902 

Crone, J A 

80,830 

587 

Co-Te, P 

166,884 

73 

Coon, L M 

61,869 

15,457 

Crook, R L 

68,371 

7,080 

Coady, W L 

61,627 

5,994 

Cooper, ML 

50,998 

6,660 

Crosby, R J B 

53,787 

485 

Coates, 1 R 

63,538 

1,869 

Cooper, T J 

61,855 

19,451 

Cross, C W 

52,393 

8,949 

Coates, J W 

62,059 

33 

Cooper, W H 

58,780 

1,714 

Crossley, R M 

52,928 

690 

Coates K D 

56 386 

2,579 

Cooper, W S 

59,036 

19,193 

Croston, B 

51,815 


Coates, R D 

77,054 

6,471 

Coopersmith, D J 

58,596 

5,886 

Crouch, E D 

53,827 

4,271 

Cockburn, T C 

52,362 

1,335 

Copeland, K R 

61,869 

3,171 

Crover, J D 

63,368 

4,203 

Cocke, TR 

63,053 

874 

Copeland, L D 

61,931 

10,662 

Crowe, N 

64,295 

15,407 

Cocke! 1, B A 

55,308 

5,654 

Copley, G EH 

79,880 

17,880 

Crowther, M G 

81,875 

28 

Coe, D K 

56,877 

2,553 

Copley, J C 

50,778 

147 

Crozier, R J 

67,701 

10,371 

Coffey, D B 

55,709 

1,588 

Corbeil, M 

61,869 

21,152 

Cruickshank, K 

53,393 

3,665 

Cogan, M 

56,609 

18,230 

Corbin-Charman, E M.... 

50,503 

1 2,765 

Cruickshank, MAP 

51,944 

350 

Coghill, R 

53,198 


Corder, R J 

58,754 

24,273 

Cruickshanks, P 

59,019 


Cohen, S 

72,553 


Corletto, L D 

56,077 

2,979 

Culham, J M 

60,773 

1,741 

Cohene, L S 

68,598 

2,087 

Cormack, G R 

50,358 

111 

Cullen, Kl 

81,175 

12,619 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 18 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Cullinane, P 

53,902 

3,702 

Davis, LG 

53,731 

9,958 

Dickenson, KM 

54,945 

3,735 

Cumming, D W 

52,598 

18,220 

Davis, LW 

61,869 


Dickie, J 

55,642 

87 

Cumming, H W 

50,037 

451 

Davis, N 

55,159 

12,540 

Dickie, P J 

60,190 

488 

Cummings, J 

53,532 

1,556 

Davis, P B 

55,743 

1,802 

Dicks, B J 

51,539 

1 7,805 

Cunliffe, E G 

57,865 

3,500 

Davis, PC 

56,207 

3,504 

Dickson, C B 

62,217 

7,645 

Cunningham, DC 

74,249 

2,176 

Davis, R A 

61,869 

14,265 

Dickson, G S 

66,477 

10,367 

Cunningham, KG 

51,179 

6,944 

Davis, R L 

63,606 

12,461 

Dickson, H J 

71,221 

9,065 

Cunningham, P 

58,196 

12,975 

Davis, R L 

61,869 

6,550 

Dickson, P A 

55,680 

6,187 

Cunningham, S 

60,245 

7,437 

Dawson, G G W 

64,079 

1,575 

Diebert, DR 

50,462 

18,914 

Curran, M P 

57,536 

6,864 

Dawson, GW 

80,843 

5,413 

Dielissen, T J 

59,492 

1,177 

Currie, A 

55,676 

16,250 

Dawson, H 

52,513 

2,635 

Diemer, H L 

79,443 

24,290 

Currie, B J 

52,323 

1,779 

Dawson, J C 

64,790 

18,307 

Dill, N 

58,934 

430 

Currie, DA 

59,459 

1,162 

Day, B D 

69,890 

14,231 

Dinnell, T 

61,869 


Currie, G D N 

6.1 ,007 


Day, G S 

60,985 


Dinsmore, D 

51,472 

789 

Currie, V A 

66,416 

5,073 

Day, K 

59,230 

488 

Dinsmore, G 

55,379 


Curry, B 

51,717 

3,124 

Day, MR 

76,501 


Dinter, C D 

64,049 

4,551 

Curry, B 

71,465 


Day, V 

62,070 

5,065 

Dirks, W 

66,378 

2,619 

Curtis, J 

80,678 


Daynard, H 

50,450 

7 

Distasio, M 

55,357 

2,069 

Curtis, R 

60,912 

2,931 

De Faye, R C 

76,635 

6,107 

Dixon, R H 

67,055 

9,570 

Custance, B L 

61,164 


De Visser, H 

71,186 

12,491 

Doane, W 

55,514 

7,371 

Cusworth, S M 

56,114 

149 

De Vos, R 

61,869 

6,123 

Dobb, J L 

59,470 

12,178 

Cutbill, T J E 

50,516 

5,403 

De-Vries, HA 

62,101 

6,055 

Dobell, D 

52,881 

6,641 

Cuthbert, B S 

60,985 

197 

Deacon-Rogers, L 

52,182 

3,514 

Dobell, M 

65,225 

9,930 

Cuthbertson, S A 

50,163 

282 

Deadman, TE 

50,100 

2,133 

Doberstein, H A 

61,869 

198 

Cutler, A 

50,892 

2,713 

Dean, AEW 

56,886 

667 

Dobson, T 

59,042 


Czillinger-Horvath, E 

59,459 

1,534 

Dean, L 

53,597 

468 

Docherty, J 

58,729 

1,355 

D'Altroy, D G 

56,338 

12,260 

Dean, P J 

57,939 

3,808 

Dodd, C J H 

53,687 

2,268 

D'Argis, F W 

62,204 

1,521 

Dean, R A 

80,325 

11,371 

Dodd, R R 

52,728 

1,490 

Dacho, FH 

65,053 

14,792 

Deane, S A 

53,234 


Dodd, RW 

55,353 

5,642 

Daenckaert, B R 

60,778 

3,281 

Debeck, B W 

58,849 

1,787 

Doddridge, PE 

53,629 

81 

Dahli, E 

61,869 

5,408 

Deboice, R J 

69,383 

7,361 

Dodds, J D 

59,378 

8,303 

Dahlin, S 

56,900 

16,165 

Deboo, R F 

63,606 


Dodds, R E 

54,297 

5,693 

Daigneault, W 

51,116 

390 

Decosse, S S 

61,869 

753 

Dodds, T L 

73,858 

6,808 

Dalby, R S G 

56,111 

1,685 

Decouto, P L J 

83,692 


Dodge, ID 

61,869 

4,490 

Dallamore, W A 

56,114 

12,132 

Degraff, AH 

62,431 

3,759 

Dodge, MR 

50,502 

2,735 

Dailey, W C 

59,377 

1,264 

Degraff, R G 

56,294 

674 

Dodsworth, D F 

58,722 

3,109 

Dallin, L L 

55,861 

6,329 

Degroot, AG 

64,626 


Dodwell, PL 

50,358 

545 

Daloise, RE 

55,151 

13,382 

Dehaan, M M 

50,542 

11,285 

Doerksen, B L 

54,804 

997 

Dalpre, R R 

56,136 

13,213 

Deinstadt, B 

55,279 

3,504 

Dohan, C 

57,805 

2,806 

Dalrymple, R J 

63,260 

4,234 

Delay, J P 

54,019 

360 

Doidge, D 

68,187 

790 

Dalwood, S 

54,956 

7,279 

Delimari, G 

52,917 

7,675 

Doig, L 

66,185 

2,836 

Daly, D 

56,236 

334 

Delisle, A 

60,656 

5,262 

Dolan, J A 

57,430 

4,878 

Daly, S .. 

52,362 

5,712 

Delisle, 1 F 

64,077 

10,752 

Dolhai, E 

76,513 

204 

Dalziel, R R 

71,221 

11,851 

Dellert, K R 

68,942 

192 

Dolsen, B M 

79,616 

8,779 

Danderfer, R J 

76,501 

1,456 

Delong, S C 

52,442 

5,803 

Dolynchuk, G 

52,432 

1,082 

Dane, B F 

51,959 


Demarchi, D A 

59,470 

5,175 

Dominy, R S 

50,885 

2,706 

Danjou, B N 

56,012 

2,910 

Demarchi, R A 

59,388 

9,023 

Donald, P J 

81,789 

1,207 

Danyk, N 

52,914 

463 

Demelt, S C 

52,996 

101 

Donaldson, D W 

71,221 

6,257 

Dare, D 

60,001 

11,497 

Demetzer, H 

67,382 

1 3,084 

Donn, M E 

50,741 

882 

Darling, C 

56,196 

6,971 

Dennill, W 

61,751 


Donnelly, C 

55,198 

6,330 

Dary, C G 

76,501 

11,414 

Denning, T 

58,030 


Donnelly, J WT 

63,241 

3,315 

Darychuk, G M 

63,560 

5,828 

Dennis, D 

58,975 

6,816 

Donnelly, W E 

59,616 

330 

Dasnieres, P V 

64,307 

352 

Dennis, W H 

61,869 

3,646 

Donohue, M J 

61,826 

870 

Davey, R 

71,720 

4,917 

Dennison, G M 

59,397 

4,215 

Donovan, 1 C 

66,185 

35,441 

Davidson, A 

71,221 

2,949 

Dennison, S G 

61,869 

1,246 

Dorken, T R 

53,261 


Davidson, E J 

50,364 

3,348 

Denofreo, N E 

66,185 

1,469 

Dorval, ME 

54,374 

1,928 

Davidson, G W 

65,874 

3,960 

Denoon, S 

56,114 

5,991 

Dosange, A 

62,294 


Davidson, H 

52,415 

3,846 

Denton, H L 

50,511 

617 

Doucette, H 

80,402 

2,899 

Davidson, K 

85,162 

14,134 

Denys, R G 

61,869 

8,146 

Doucette, W W 

52,793 

19,474 

Davidson, W F 

57,074 

1,330 

Der, G N 

58,516 

1,617 

Dougan, D M 

50,425 

3,877 

Daviduk, RK 

53,379 


Derick, N 

50,358 

2,242 

Douglas, DA 

63,827 

6,979 

Davies, D G 

71,209 

1,819 

Derksen, LG 

55,458 

19,039 

Douglas, G W 

77,593 

4,458 

Davies, E O 

61,869 

510 

Dermody-Swift, S 

58,029 

2,522 

Douglas, K J 

50,605 

109 

Davies, 1C 

64,949 

3,524 

Desjardins, W 

64,311 

1,735 

Douglas, M J 

53,186 

5,037 

Davies, K 

52,208 

2,628 

Desnoyers, E A 

59,364 

5,378 

Douglas, PA 

61,869 

2,529 

Davies, PE 

55,256 

2,643 

Dever, TJ 

71,162 

22,118 

Douglas, R T 

54,194 

606 

Davies, R J 

92,764 

4,945 

Devos, H H 

50,930 

10,028 

Douglas, W 

73,459 

24,480 

Davies, T 

55,294 

1,698 

Dewynter, N D 

64,674 

2,036 

Douglas-Tourner, K 

50,400 

2,984 

Davis, B L 

63,776 

602 

Dexter, W R 

56,221 

13,739 

Dove, VS 

59,454 

4,539 

Davis, D 

66,179 

34,306 

Deyaeger, A R 

56,216 

18,427 

Dow, G G 

50,158 


Davis, D S 

61,939 

10,377 

Dhaliwal, H 

54,235 


Dowler, J A 

66,190 

3,678 

Davis, D W 

61,869 

2,308 

Dhillon, H 

51,826 

1,286 

Down, N E 

59,388 

8,835 

Davis, E 

52,915 

3,739 

Diakow, L J 

62,865 

4,385 

Downer, F S 

56,629 

794 

Davis, G W 

62,563 

8,380 

Dibley, A 

55,491 

1,694 

Downie, B D 

75,280 

12,042 

Davis, J G 

61,437 

9,589 

Dice, R W 

53,127 

1,422 

Downie, W J 

54,789 

8,936 

Davis, J G 

56,065 

1,308 

Dick, D J 

53,043 

14,332 

Downing, K 

63,819 

2,312 

Davis, K C 

54,096 

3,077 

Dick, RC 

64,371 

995 

Downs, M 

63,461 

13,579 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


I 19 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Downs, N 

53,869 

8,810 

Eagles, B 

58,323 

506 

England, J E 

56,114 

1,770 


61,869 

1,374 


60,096 


Fnglkh P M 

67 633 

1 3 972 

Dowswell, B 

51,828 

399 

Eales, B j 

59,378 

10,973 

English, R W 

59^249 

14^496 

Doyle, D 

80,087 

6,427 

Earner, C E 

63,209 

10,577 

English, W B 

66,185 

22,295 

Doyle, D D 

54,645 

4,038 

Earner, W J 

71,221 

16,575 

Engstad, P A 

80,830 

5,980 

Doyle, P F 

57,975 

2,810 

Earmme, S Y 

54,098 


Ennis, R V 

79,212 


Doyle, PH 

55,134 

3,440 

Earnshaw, R 

65,179 

457 

Ensing, G W J 

66,185 

11,953 

Doyle, S M 

71,221 

6,764 

Eastaugh, J G M 

56,956 

3,999 

Ensworth, C 

52,357 

612 

Draffehn, A L 

50,341 

6,646 

Easthope, C A 

57,275 

926 

Enwright, R J 

65,581 

11,272 

Dragan, G J 

61,815 

1,076 

Eastick, E G 

56,114 

6,154 

Epp, P F 

63,343 

4,289 

Drage, G M 

61,869 

4,894 

Eastman, BWR 

71,221 

8,062 

Erasmus, J 

60,660 

718 

Drage, H W 

71,221 

3,436 

Eastman, D J 

65,487 

2,339 

Eraut, C B 

65,021 

12,771 

Dragushan, G N G 

52,362 

1,976 

Eastman, D S 

66,029 

13,437 

Eredics, 1 K 

59,376 

13,057 

Draper, B C 

61,805 

12,430 

Easton, J E 

53,226 

1,184 

Eremko, R D 

50,584 

5,931 

Draper, D A 

69,298 

11,909 

Eastwood, A 

80,526 

1,494 

Erfanifar, E 

55,328 


Draper, G B 

50,335 


Eaton, T M 

60,555 

1 7,290 

Erickson, C 

62,099 


Dreher, W H 

70,423 

9,281 

Eaves, D 

52,253 

9,021 

Erickson, C M 

50,852 

3,325 

Drew, M 

53,474 


Ebanks, M 

67,741 


Erickson, D W 

55,621 

2,806 

Driedger, R J 

85,006 

1 7,467 

Ebata, T M 

57,546 

3,151 

Erickson, LC 

52,195 

759 

Drier, M M 

58,243 

1,738 

Eby, W F 

52,362 


Erickson, L J 

59,635 

2,020 

Dring, D H 

62,446 

9,398 

Eckstein, NA 

59,497 

4,872 

Errico, D 

70,306 

9,377 

Drinkwater, R 

57,725 

3,290 

Eddy, LB 

53,097 

3,914 

Errington, J C 

65,987 

12,519 

Drislane, D A 

71,224 

508 

Edelman, N 

61,299 

2,476 

Ersoy, T 

67,405 

9,817 

Drummond, R W 

59,396 

2,522 

Edgar, A AS 

55,866 

269 

Esmail, K 

50,358 

4,976 

Dryburgh, J C 

51,695 


Edgecumbe, N 

67,274 


Etheridge, B D 

72,553 

2,463 

Dryden, D W 

74,983 

7,059 

Edie, AG 

64,058 

8,875 

Evans, D 

51,492 

115. 

Du Fault, K 

59,445 


Eduljee, K E 

59,635 

21,926 

Evans, D T 

71,221 

2,529 

Du, C 

58,493 


Edward, R D 

55,500 

4,554 

Evans, J T 

56,114 

1,900 

Dubensky, WA 

65,003 

2,849 

Edwards, D M 

56,466 

24,669 

Evans, L 

65,643 

494 

Duberry, L 

56,494 


Edwards, G A 

56,114 

4,431 

Evans, S L 

68,809 

7,694 

Dubois, P 

51,028 

1,724 

Edwards, J 

54,865 

1,251 

Ewanchuk, M H 

50,770 

1,000 

Duckett, PM 

50,309 

1,344 

Edwards, R A 

65,427 

1,574 

Ewing, L 

61,869 

296 

Duddridge, J G 

56,877 

1,738 

Edwards, S J 

52,812 

1,374 

Ewing, L 

59,911 

10,259 

Dudley, J L 

50,009 

4,723 

Edwards, T D 

53,517 

294 

Exelby, D 

51,604 


Dueck, LA 

62,330 

617 

Edwards, W B 

76,500 


Fabian, C C 

60,347 

3,796 

Duerden, J D 

65,844 

1,929 

Effa, C J 

56,435 

14,892 

Faddis, G W 

60,703 

2,867 

Duff, E 

51,082 

3,492 

Effa, RW 

64,935 

707 

Fagan, F E 

61,869 

3,115 

Duff, J 

53,870 

753 

Egan, JT 

71,221 

1,490 

Fagerlund, R J 

51,438 

2,736 

Duff, R G 

55,469 

4,760 

Egan, L 1 

61,869 

3,102 

Fahlman, R W 

53,151 

1,876 

Duffell, R 

56,525 

6,507 

Egeland, D A 

61,869 

1,386 

Fairbotham, D J 

57,479 


Duffy, DA 

80,830 

6,914 

Eggen, D H 

63,029 

3,897 

Fairbrother, J 

67,509 

387 

Dufour, G A 

55,709 


Eggen, F 

50,795 


Fairburn, K D 

71,131 

13,076 

Duggan, A F 

53,837 


Eggleton, G J 

76,501 

18,838 

Fairhurst, K B 

59,239 

6,981 

Duggan, H L 

68,189 

1,374 

Ehrcke, A 

66,597 

11,187 

Fairley, B D 

53,713 

14,941 

Dumala, R 

80,830 

8,792 

Ehrman, L E 

50,683 

2,374 

Fairservice, R 

61,263 

7,208 

Dunbar, J F 

66,847 

10,960 

Eimer, J A 

56,114 

5,220 

Faith, J M 

56,532 

5,707 

Duncan, BCE 

63,040 

3,876 

Eisbrenner, W W 

62,077 

13,133 

Faliszewski, M J 

57,472 

3,039 

Duncan, L M 

50,987 

442 

Eisenhuth, G R 

52,652 

8,030 

Falk, GW 

63,618 

22,004 

Duncan, R W 

54,159 

5,217 

Ek, L 

56,715 

619 

Falkiner, M P 

63,551 

8,799 

Dundas, A D 

65,086 

16,544 

Elchuk, KG 

61,865 

1,793 

Falzon, F 

57,765 

11,220 

Dundas, G D 

52,039 


Elder, J D 

50,260 

1,284 

Fanta, T 

56,696 

70 

Dundee, D 

54,588 

202 

Elder, LA 

53,005 

2,584 

Faoro, R V 

61,995 

54 

Dungey, R 

65,917 

9,720 

Elewonibi, M E 

62,763 

1,339 

Faris, J D 

67,820 

2,952 

Dunleavey, M J 

56,162 

1,898 

Eliason, R 

53,146 

44 

Farley, M 

71,610 

8,173 

Dunlop, J P 

76,501 

12,381 

Elliot, BA 

50,359 

1,304 

Farley, RV 

76,501 

35,098 

Dunn, M E 

87,116 

4,077 

Elliott, CC 

59,376 

9,348 

Farnden, G 

59,147 

8,011 

Dunn, SJ 

62,813 


Elliott, JP 

58,191 

5,788 

Farquhar, G A 

61,869 

1,230 

Dunne, J R 

61,869 

1,518 

Elliott, J W 

51,387 

3,615 

Farquhar, M 

65,781 

4,051 

Dunsdon, D J 

69,855 

8,938 

Ellis, N W 

59,648 

417 

Farquhar, R M 

50,995 

902 

Dunsmuir, J E 

56,114 

625 

Ellis, RG 

71,221 

4,497 

Farr, A K 

56,416 


Dunsworth, K R 

53,140 

4,332 

Ellis, R L 

50,037 


Farrell, B R 

54,750 

8,328 

Durand-Hutchinson, D .. 

50,868 

2,707 

Ellwood, T G 

76,567 

11,226 

Farrell, G 

52,097 

105 

Durban, D A 

52,362 

2,589 

Elwood, R K 

101,351 

1,590 

Farrell, J E 

76,726 

17,227 

Durie, R 

55,240 


Emanuele, M 

59,308 

4,010 

Fast, D A 

80,678 

18,173 

Durrant, PW 

68,962 

1,822 

Embacher, S 

54,952 

850 

Fatin, N 

99,966 

22,555 

Dutcyvich, E 

51,857 

8,514 

Embury, D E 

55,613 

3,240 

Faulkner, E L 

59,470 

6,219 

Dwyer, M 

70,350 

2,713 

Emerson, BP 

90,856 

7,848 

Fayad, D A 

63,789 

813 

Dwyer, N M 

51,677 

6,023 

Ernes, D W 

67,091 

3,988 

Fedorak, W J 

56,114 

3,356 

Dwyer, P J 

51,224 


Emperingham, R A 

72,302 

2,464 

Fedorchuk, KM 

62,868 

2,533 

DybleJC 

71,221 

13,254 

Emsland, R W 

54,582 

5,553 

Fee, AR 

51,853 

3,687 

Dyck, D 

59,830 


Emslie, H G 

66,185 

18,226 

Fee, G 

50,863 


Dyck, J H 

70,602 

14,489 

Endacott, N D 

60,257 

5,677 

Feedham, V B 

50,309 

12,112 

Dyck, L 

50,015 

24,270 

Enemark, P G 

53,530 

9,343 

Feetham, T 

58,743 

630 

Dyer, T A 

73,262 

8,913 

Enfield, R P 

57,628 

3,169 

Fehner, L 

51,262 


Dyke, W 

62,067 

1,288 

Eng, ESY 

56,534 


Fehr, L J 

50,406 

167 

Dykshoorn, M 

54,341 


Eng, M 

53,862 

8,483 

Fehr, T S 

51,987 


Dyrland, J L 

61,869 

238 

Eng, P J 

52,588 

467 

Feldes, L 

51,688 

338 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 20 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

T ravel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Fell, R 

59,958 

3,105 

Forster-Coull, E 

57,823 

6,146 

Fukushima, E 

51,230 

3,120 

Fellman, D V 

51,703 

1,745 

Forsythe, D S 

54,913 

6,261 

Fuller, J W 

61,939 


Fellman, Y 

59,318 

916 

Forth, A B 

61,869 

2,804 

Fuller, RD 

50,359 

3,028 

Fenger, M A 

58,171 

9,050 

Forty, T R 

63,606 

4,413 

Fulmer, M E 

84,636 

2,331 

Fenn, RS 

50,980 

2,043 

Fosdick, W A G 

55,051 

4,132 

Fulton, M J 

50,340 

6,554 

Fenny, D 

62,351 

15,201 

Foster, DM 

71,206 

1,015 

Fumalle, M J 

57,412 

5,006 

Fenton, L 

64,719 


Foster, J C 

51,301 

2,605 

Fung, A 

52,593 

1,994 

Ferguson, D 

59,549 

8,376 

Foster, J K 

51,905 

1,341 

Fung, C 

53,610 

906 

Ferguson, D E 

62,189 

1,826 

Foster, L E 

50,171 

1,890 

Fur, C 

59,492 

929 

Ferguson, D FH 

63,973 

9,743 

Foster, R 

77,650 

1,145 

Furness, R 

51,555 

829 

Ferguson, R 

54,685 


Foster, R 

51,847 


Furney, J F 

50,612 

5,372 

Ferguson, R H 

79,342 

8,077 

Foster, W F 

80,831 

15,348 

Furnival, PJ 

66,014 

893 

Ferguson, T 

53,108 

250 

Foubister, L J 

54,308 

1,701 

Fyfe, R 

55,305 

4,669 

Ferguson, W J 

68,651 

1,329 

Foulis, RJP 

56,763 

1,711 

Fyles, R A 

7Cf,1 52 

13,924 

Fernandez, D A 

53,154 

1,412 

Fournier, J G 

54,993 

6,566 

Gabelmann, E 

53,405 

2,011 

Fernets, D 

51,033 


Fowler, R R 

53,416 

5,378 

Gabrys, J B 

65,731 

402 

Fiddis, RW 

58,487 

7,810 

Fowles, J S 

72,499 

1,165 

Gage, R 

61,927 

4,346 

Fidler, W G 

53,161 


Fownes, R 

50,352 


Gagne, J E 

58,164 

4,833 

Fielding, T G 

71,221 

4,889 

Fox, EM 

51,529 


Gagne, L 

53,625 

1,730 

Filan, B R 

72,553 

1,549 

Fox, G L 

50,359 

409 

Gagne, S D 

58,063 

1,498 

FilipcFiuk, LEN 

50,859 


Fox, G R 

59,987 

8,212 

Gagnon, J 

60,112 

80 

Finall, DA 

81,498 

5,430 

Foxgord, D 

72,921 

13,927 

Galbraith, DM 

56,715 

10,821 

Finamore, R 

52,362 

2,279 

Fralick, J E 

71,089 

13,278 

Galbraith, W 

53,401 

190 

Finding, C 

61,401 

1,083 

Frampton, H N 

50,034 

980 

Gale, S W 

76,009 

19,029 

Finger, U W E 

64,740 

2,445 

France, R T 

60,726 

13,091 

■ Gale, T L 

56,197 

6,575 

Finlay, M C 

58,686 

1,214 

Francis, D G 

62,109 

3,262 

Gallagher, S 

55,866 


Finlayson, FJ N 

50,273 

4,226 

Francis, M 

50,004 

1,-927 

Gallaher, R 

53,718 

8,020 

Finnie, J O 

64,747 

6,883 

Frank, C M 

51,423 

17,618 

Galliazzo, P 

53,604 

267 

Finvers, M A 

56,193 

362 

Frank, P 

52,064 

13,983 

Galloway, G 

50,301 

909 

Firby, B 

56,014 

997 

Franklin, L W 

58,775 

1 1,608 

Galloway, R A 

67,824 

205 

Firth, P 

55,079 

283 

Franklin, S R 

60,160 

5,671 

Galloway, W 

67,976 

9,361 

Fischer, 1 E 

66,184 

8,797 

Fransson, L S 

66,185 

8,993 

Gamble, M A 

52,362 

12,812 

Fischer, JG 

55,890 

2,371 

Frantzen, M 

61,869 

594 

Ganderski, E 

55,613 

1,451 

Fish, LE 

58,141 

7,489 

Franzen, K J 

50,130 

5,549 

Gandy, W G 

69,796 

2,786 

Fisher, B L 

77,722 

7,975 

Franzmann, B 

52,464 

703 

Gardiner, T M 

66,185 

2,853 

Fisher, E W 

50,352 

2,091 

Fraser, A 

53,134 

8,207 

Gardner, PA 

61,869 

1,341 

Fisher, L 

78,420 

1,934 

Fraser, BA 

62,838 

9,960 

Gardner, R V 

72,898 


Fisher, LS 

71,154 

2,757 

Fraser, G A 

63,856 

13,570 

Garland, D 

54,605 


Fisher, MV 

59,408 

2,256 

Fraser, KJ 

52,326 

1,580 

Garlinge, JAW 

66,185 

8,638 

Fisher, PJ 

73,571 

26,230 

Fraser, R A 

67,237 

908 

Garner, D 

56,507 

7,203 

Fisher, RW 

51,864 

1,240 

Frazer, G C 

65,945 

5,547 

Garner, ML 

66,429 

6,695 

Fisk, B G 

52,471 

31 

Frechette, T 

56,114 

365 

Garrison, BA 

81,875 

1,538 

Fisk, R 

100,721 

4,146 

Fredell, R A 

55,613 

1,108 

Garrow, T 

62,921 

376 

Fisk, W G 

50,503 


Frederick, N 

52,362 

3,184 

Garson, J M R 

100,205 

3,786 

Fiske, J 

53,642 

127 

Frederick, R 

51,010 

2,084 

Garvock, MM 

57,299 

15,363 

Fissel, J R 

59,629 

9,323 

Frederick, S G 

58,157 

41 

Gaskill, J 

61,869 

10,491 

Fitchett, D R 

51,155 

1,030 

Frederiksen, M A 

61,912 

14,997 

Gatenby, S M 

60,533 


Fitger, D 

55,002 

1,658 

Fredrickson, R A 

58,586 

14,554 

Gates, B R 

52,362 

4,117 

Fitzgibbon, J 

58,811 

7,997 

Freeborn, L W 

56,423 

94 

Gates, DP 

61,869 

370 

Flack, A D 

50,375 

290 

Freebury, K 

50,509 

1,928 

Gaucher, C E 

61,869 

15,529 

Flannigan, J 

61,640 


Freed, D E 

61,869 

6,785 

Gaudet, E 

61,462 

286 

Flavelle, L 

51,585 

3,490 

Freed, KC 

58,999 

537 

Gaudry, D G 

60,160 

4,361 

Fleck, KR 

53,152 

6,208 

Freeman, H J B 

61,929 

7,867 

Gauley, R A 

61,856 

1,161 

Fleming, G G 

62,564 


Freeman, P 

57,476 

2,604 

Gay, R C 

59,378 

6,259 

Fletcher, E F 

56,114 

1,473 

Freeman, P F 

50,404 

858 

Gayowski, T W 

53,731 

1,641 

Fletcher, S 

52,213 

1,326 

Freeman, W E 

80,831 

14,192 

Gayton, D 

59,472 

4,885 

Fletcher, V E 

59,398 

5,171 

Freer, G L 

66,185 

7,254 

Gazdik, A R 

50,123 

889 

Fletcher, W A 

80,827 

20,345 

French, D L 

63,812 

2,378 

Geach, P J S 

59,694 

45 

Fliczuk, J G 

71,221 

1,283 

French, E 

53,277 

143 

Geary, K 

52,823 

9,101 

FI intoft, D G 

71,211 

1 5,539 - 

Frey, J R 

61,869 

2,591 

Geddes, G S 

65,697 

13,417 

Flynn, D W 

63,191 

14,575 

Frey, PR 

61,869 

2,821 

Geddes, J C 

53,303 

265 

Fofonoff, P 

58,315 

6,393 

Friend, J F 

52,403 

5,082 

Geddes, J W 

62,492 

2,612 

Foisy, J JJ 

50,359 

693 

Friesen, L 

56,114 

2,229 

Gedye, AC 

53,220 


Folkestad, D L 

50,358 


Friesen, RS 

80,830 

14,132 

Gedye, W 

58,798 

369 

Fontaine, J 

51,463 

1,592 

Friesen, R W 

61,571 

788 

Gee, B C 

66,897 

22,176 

Foote, B D 

54,154 

180 

Friesen, V 

56,160 

2,268 

Geerdink, N A 

61,869 

1,016 

Forbes, E 

51,095 


Frisk, J A 

61,869 

10,118 

Geisler, M 

63,922 

6,005 

Ford, DA 

66,185 

3,509 

Froehlich, K H W 

55,071 

122 

Geldart, H G 

59,107 

9,485 

Ford, E A 

99,966 

910 

Frolick, V M 

75,589 

1,628 

Gentleman, G E 

55,665 

2,985 

Ford, G 

54,209 

8,004 

Froment, P P 

56,105 

4,166 

Gentleman, R W 

66,185 

761 

Ford, J 

64,617 


Froom, D 

56,500 

619 

Gentles, D D 

71,642 

29,177 

Ford, M B 

72,526 

486 

Frost, G 

57,756 


George, D 

56,198 


Ford, R 

62,404 


Frost, J C 

54,069 

3,937 

Gerber, H S 

59,470 

259 

Foresman, E R 

61,869 

10,314 

Fry, AD 

66,467 

6,985 

Gerbis, G 

61,761 

587 

Forgaard, G R 

50,738 

4,656 

Fuglem, P L 

63,085 

8,116 

Gerbrandt, J D 

61,255 

479 

Forman, 1 K 

71,221 

411 

Fuhr, B L 

:.. 60,549 

8,445 

Germain, A 

59,223 

675 

Forrester, S 

51,624 

3,214 

Fukumoto, 1 1 

51.336 

1.124 

German. G R 

85.803 

2,696 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


I 21 



Salary 

T ravel 


Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

T ravel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Gerraghty, D E 

62,521 

6,603 

Gordon, J A 

66,185 

1,139 

Greenberg, D 

61,869 

8,983 

Getz, R ] 

64,355 


Gordon, K G 

59,704 

884 

Greene, M ... 

53,007 

9,050 

Gevatkoff, P 

59,394 

5,116 

Gordon, K R 

51,628 


Greene, T L 

71,053 

1,920 

Ghosh, RK 

52,362 


Gordon, R C 

55,613 

971 

Greenfield, J V W 

63,444 

413 

Gibbard, D A 

50,584 

3,060 

Gore, D 

55,667 


Greenfield, R R 

71,221 

5,653 

Gibson, B M 

52,362 

3,681 

Gorley, R A 

72,093 

3,565 

Greeniaus, B 

71,221 

11,756 

Gibson, C F 

64,957 

401 

Gornall, D W 

61,869 

5,325 

Greening, S R 

54,540 

6,101 


53,918 



60,848 

1,109 

Greenlaw, B ... 

56 1 14 

1 ,1 32 

Gibson, 1 

56,354 


Gorsline, K R 

61,869 

2,076 

Greenley, D W 

60^595 

1,111 

Gibson, J 

52,813 


Gorsuch, DR 

55,883 

1,087 

Greenman, M 

61,869 

11,821 

Gibson, J L 

83,693 

2,488 

Gosh, P D 

60,031 

1,872 

Greensides, J V 

51,839 

18,022 

Gibson, K 

55,613 

1,409 

Gosse, C 

50,451 


Greenwood, J K 

66,186 

2,059 

Gibson, R 

59,918 

931 

Gosse, MG 

72,313 

3,277 

Greer, B H 

87,867 

4,853 

Gieringer, M 

58,150 


Gotto, P 

66,754 

5,846 

Greer, DM 

66,336 

2,418 

Gifford, BT 

61,869 

1,108 

Goudie, J W 

55,613 

1,103 

Gregg, J W 

59,210 

1,961 

Gilbart, EL 

61,865 

3,834 

Gough, DG 

63,461 

12,285 

Gregory, J P 

80,843 

3,560 

Gilberstad, N 

50,770 

9,244 

Gough, N A 

59,470 

1,080 

Gregory, T 

63,013 

4,626 

Gilbert, D 

60,220 

980 

Gough, R 

61,869 

2,672 

Greig, L V 

52,349 


Gilbert, D E 

76,342 

11,651 

Gould, J R 

54,876 

15,145 

Greig, M G C 

58,586 

6,633 

Gilbert, E A 

53,215 

12,252 

Gould, R D 

68,229 

17,389 

Greig, R A 

52,528 

73 

Gilbert, F R 

82,397 

14,906 

Goulet, LA 

63,331 

7,487 

Greinacher, N 

58,765 

5,890 

Gilbert, KG 

50,358 


Gour, A L 

58,533 

4,457 

Greiner, D L 

51,283 

3,656 

Gilbert, LP 

59,394 

7,786 

Gourley, D 

60,720 

2,060 

Greschner, J J 

74,823 

7,768 

Gilbert, R 

60,546 

500 

Gow, F 

53,264 

2,512 

Grewar, E E 

64,516 

3,927 

Gilchrist, P E 

71,221 

9,578 

Gow, LA 

66,186 

3,910 

Grewar, PJ 

75,224 

4,044 

Giles, H W L 

63,130 

4,164 

Gow, M C 

59,406 

1,829 

Greyeyes, J 

58,908 

22,008 

Gill, CPS 

54,611 

11,058 

Gower, EH 

62,792 

418 

Grieve, DA 

63,120 

4,266 

Gill, G 

59,663 


Gower, K J 

74,752 

4,767 

Griffin, DP 

61,443 

12,814 

Gillese, K 

54,851 

11,781 

Gowman, E S 

59,954 

4,755 

Griffin, J R S 

61,869 

1,798 

Gillespie, B J 

53,581 

5,544 

Gowriluk, J 

60,455 

4,998 

Griffiths, JJ 

52,672 

1,620 

Gillespie, D G 

60,496 

2,915 

Goy, RW 

59,120 

1,870 

Grimaldi, S K 

58,672 

12,919 

Gillespie, N K 

55,289 

707 

Grace, J A 

52,665 

859 

Grimmer, DM 

69,085 

12,485 

Gilliard, GEE 

59,129 

2,859 

Grace, R D 

66,493 

5,324 

Grimsdell, RS 

51,344 

14,253 

Gillich, LP 

52,497 

1,425 

Gracey, D 

50,155 


Gripich, S G L 

61,869 

5,186 

Gillies, J 

66,185 

4,766 

Gracey, G D 

50,359 

239 

Grist, CM 

70,014 

1,037 

Gillingham, J 

71,314 

1,100 

Grady, C B 

59,394 

796 

Griswold, M H 

69,902 

1,019 

Gillis/M 

53,180 

2,240 

Grady, M F 

67,546 

8,353 

Groberman, H 

78,128 

14,426 

Gilmour, D 

57,477 


Graff, B 

59,625 

8,587 

Grof, 1 

56,298 

5,598 

Gilmour, J 

56,302 

2,432 

Graham, D 

55,374 

14,316 

Gronert, P H 

67,775 

945 

Gilmour, L 

53,484 

1,180 

Graham, D A 

50,358 

3,468 

Gronsdahl, D 

52,861 

4,931 

Ginther, D L 

65,011 

4,319 

Graham, J L 

61,869 

1 1 ,706 

Gronvold, E N 

50,698 

888 

Ginther, DM 

56,877 

295 

Graham, L 

59,960 

663 

Groom, J W 

67,130 

4,824 

Girard, M 

57,701 

6,051 

Graham, R D 

56,649 

6,414 

Groom, W L 

52,362 

654 

Girard, R W 

69,040 

11,960 

Grainger, WM 

60,393 

748 

Groulx, S 

53,170 

1,800 

Girvin, R A 

56,114 

1,238 

Grandage, W E 

56,863 

15 

Grove-White, G R 

66,185 

2,775 

Gladysz, S D 

66,185 

7,502 

Grant, B D 

53,704 

10,180 

Groves, J C 

71,221 


Glass, NJ 

56,114 

5,594 

Grant, D 

55,759 

3,410 

Grozier, K B 

61,859 

1,746 

Gleeson, E G 

51,625 

1,180 

Grant, D B 

59,470 

1,843 

Grunerud, G D 

59,394 

817 

Glegg, A EC 

50,265 

453 

Grant, G . 

63,019 

1,412 

Grunewald, B W 

51,954 

1,084 

Glemnitz, P F 

61,869 

4,317 

Grant, J 

60,302 


Grunsky, E 

54,625 

2,398 

Glennen, D 

57,074 


Grant, J A 

71,684 

8,316 

Grzybowski, A 

75,536 

22,983 

Glover, A J 

66,186 

13,357 

Grant, J E 

72,553 


Guasparini, R 

101,662 

5,108 

Gluns, D R 

55,826 

4,384 

Grant, R G 

66,863 

13,992 

Gubbe, R M 

66,186 

2,604 

Gobillot, R 

70,822 

378 

Grant, WJ 

82,788 

6,632 

Gubbels, P M 

59,307 

1,846 

Goburdhun, C N 

50,386 


Gray, B 

80,577 

4,411 

Gudgeon, G S 

54,363 


Goddyn, AT 

56,169 

193 

Gray, J B 

79,150 

16,777 

Guido, J P 

59,421 

264 

Godfrey, C G 

61,869 

4,467 

Gray, J E 

71,221 

18,147 

Guidon, R B 

54,235 

2,838 

Godfrey, D K 

61,869 

442 

Gray, J T A 

61,868 

8,980 

Guinn, D R 

57,408 

4,990 

Godfrey, J 

50,960 

6,009 

Gray, L M 

54,718 

561 

Guise, P C 

59,459 

574 

Goedicke, A 

63,692 


Gray, M E 

56,984 

4,944 

Gulbransen, P D 

80,856 

186 

Goldade, AM 

61,869 

3,190 

Gray, M H 

58,368 

1,677 

Gulliford, V 

54,969 


Goldes, S A 

53,862 

7,643 

Gray, R R 

56,141 

2,049 

Gunderson, E L 

66,185 

3,897 

Goldie, N D 

52,362 

2,890 

Gray, S 

99,542 

12,208 

Gunnarsen, D E 

56,102 

244 

Good, AH 

55,044 

3,619 

Grayson, V 

62,509 

694 

Gunnarson, A R 

52,795 

1,315 

Good, B H 

63,238 

12 ,777 

Green, B J 

61,869 

8,013 

Gurnsey, G A 

66,185 

6,507 

Good, KJ 

55,670 

4,289 

Green, B J C 

52,386 


Gustafson, T M 

50,286 

1,503 

Goodall, J M 

50,707 

200 

Green, C N 

52,314 

12,602 

Guthrie, J A 

56,114 

753 

Goodfellow, G B 

76,839 

1,380 

Green, D 

52,052 

2,209 

Guyton, T E 

56,743 

13,279 

Goodman, E 1 

50,163 

892 

Green, DA 

61,869 

3,686 

Gwilt, G 

50,129 

1,254 

Goodwin, D 

59,212 

1,382 

Green, D L 

52,728 

6,489 

Haakonson, P 

71,221 

1,345 

Goodwin, V H 

51,712 

1,355 

Green, J R 

52,866 

50 

Haas, R C 

62,148 

3,487 

Goodwin, W R 

61,442 

4,231 

Green, K P 

52,362 

1 7,642 

Haazen, D 

80,812 

11,232 

Goold, G A 

50,511 

113 

Green, R N 

58,360 

3,164 

Hackinen, C M 

55,995 

2,334 

Goos, G 

59,318 

870 

Green, S 

52,362 

404 

Hacking, R A 

53,185 


Gorbahn, H W 

59,300 

3,618 

Green, S D 

55,646 

4,969 

Haddock, B O 

70,321 

13,899 

Gordon, A 

57,175 

122 

Green, T D 

56,088 

8,437 

Haddow, C 

51,229 

4,207 

Gordon, H W 

76,852 

11,175 

Green, T K 

61,869 

212 

Haddow, W D 

50,658 

3,095 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 22 



Salary 

T ravel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Hagen, D 

53,530 


Hansen, B V 

64,010 

4,642 

Hagen, J E 

58,433 

12,188 

Hansen, B W 

50,359 

688 

Hagen, J M 

59,549 

1,398 

Hansen, M A 

57,917 

9,780 

Hagglund, M D 

56,770 

1,588 

Hansen, M E 

52,781 

2,865 

Hague, J J 

61,525 

3,152 

Hansen, R G 

63,781 

2,490 

Hakanson, W R 

53,417 

1,600 

Hanson, B S 

50,494 

11,073 

Haldin, C J 

51,701 

1,434 

Hanson, J 

50,725 


Hale, L 

62,364 

578 

Hanson, R L H 

61,869 

1,941 

Hale, MG 

61,869 


Hanson, W 

55,834 


Hales, G W 

72,553 


Haraga, S M 

66,310 

3,115 

Haley, BLL 

55,787 

4,424 

Harasymchuk, S A 

54,176 

5,528 

Haley, D 

55,491 


Harbicht, T N 

55,462 

5,627 

Haley, J M 

64,386 

2,705 

Harcombe, A P 

59,381 

4,554 

Haley, P F 

61,763 

1,655 

Harden, D 

50,584 

2,328 

Hall, C T 

50,359 

610 

Harder, L 

61,101 

8,106 

Hall, DW 

91,095 

16,308 

Harding, R G 

78,891 

7,344 

Hall, DW 

54,206 

10,311 

Hardman, M 

66,185 

1 2,040 

Hall, EJ 

55,059 

13,861 

Hardy, B J 

64,786 

1,183 

Hall, G J 

61,869 

395 

Hardy, N E 

61,869 

5,161 

Hall, J 

61,984 

2,096 

Hardy, R L 

75,484 

4,696 

Hall’ JH 

51,820 

2,972 

Hardy, RW 

54,338 

1,680 

Hall, J R 

70,371 

4,292 

Hare, A S 

71,387 

10,733 

Hall, JR 

85,895 

14,243 

Harford, B 

59,687 


Hall, J T 

87,116 

11,971 

Hargreaves, DR 

62,812 

1,930 

Hall, LJ 

58,457 

5,259 

Hargrove, A A 

65,218 

996 

Hall, PM 

54,370 

7,768 

Harkness, T P 

50,304 

924 

Hall, R A 

57,169 

2,148 

Harman, L 

59,467 


Hall, RE 

50,359 

645 

Harms, W N J 

53,830 


Hall, RM 

59,266 

1,263 

Harms, W V 

51,218 

11,188 

Hall, T H 

71,221 

8,270 

Harney, L G 

73,653 

17,339 

Hall, WE 

71,989 

2,366 

Harold, R E 

69,949 

2,720 

Hall, WH 

56,099 

6,540 

Harper, F E 

57,568 

7,790 

Halladay, DR 

75,318 

12,467 

Harper, WL 

51,253 

7,127 

Hallam, M A 

57,826 

3,314 

Harris, B M 

56,119 

5,426 

Hallaway, R 

131,406 

628 

Harris, DNS 

61,869 

2,438 

Halliday, N A 

52,729 


Harris, DP 

55,641 

189 

Hallin, L 

55,709 


Harris, D P D 

52,705 

3,312 

Halliwell, J D 

62,6.82 

2,881 

Harris, G 

55,786 

296 

Hallman, R D 

65,426 

5,281 

Harris, KN 

55,086 


Hals, O 

55,733 

6,887 

Harris, MR 

61,869 

22,961 

Halsey, TG 

66,185 

21,474 

Harris, P G 

58,236 

5,152 

Hamade, G E A 

61,869 

2,536 

Harris, R J 

72,240 

25,120 

Hamann, 1 R 

61,869 

3,537 

Harrison, E W 

80,830 

4,973 

Hamber, C 

60,879 

306 

Harrison, N J 

56,774 

5,798 

Hamdi, B J 

51,392 

234 

Harrison, SW 

50,868 

7,895 

Hamdi, L 

60,075 

799 

Harrison, Y M A 

52,001 

11,020 

Hameluck, E F 

61,869 

3,455 

Harrower, 1 J 

53,996 

3,416 

Hamer, WE 

51,103 

13,994 

Hart, B T 

56,600 

11,338 

Hames, DJ : 

57,945 

6,058 

Hart, FH 

54,226 

751 

Hames, 1 

52,777 


Hart, G N 

51,553 

2,560 

Hamilton, AN 

53,421 

9,361 

Hart, R N 

53,974 

523 

Hamilton, D 

50,996 

13,528 

Hart, S G 

53,727 

2,590 

Hamilton, D 

56,888 


Hartigan, H F L 

61,862 

29,066 

Hamilton, E H 

55,931 

9,911 

Hartman, D M 

66,185 

935 

Hamilton, J R 

61,389 

11,713 

Hartman, H F 

58,918 

2,964 

Hamilton, R G 

53,681 

1,421 

Hartshorn, G R 

61,869 

1,061 

Hamilton, T ! 

55,709 

6,075 

Hartwig, G A 

50,698 

13,503 

Hamilton, T N 

57,462 

7,028 

Harvey, G P 

65,475 

12,248 

Hamlet, D J 

63,538 

4,193 

Harvey, J P 

50,345 

824 

Hamm, MW 

54,513 

1,148 

Harvey, R D 

50,770 

1,394 

Hamm, V E 

66,185 

2,796 

Harvey, S D 

75,013 

6,729 

Hammell, M F 

56,103 

1,274 

Harwood, N E 

61,412 

988 

Hammerl, S D 

50,799 

222 

Haslin, S G 

65,766 

299 

Hammersmark, D E 

56,355 


Haslin, V 

52,723 

23,286 

Hammett, D J 

61,869 

7,178 

Hassard, S 

53,255 

2,415 

Hammond, G 

59,247 


Hastings, N J 

57,821 

579 

Hammond, R J 

59,388 

17,757 

Hatch, R 

51,148 


Hampton, G D S 

88,285 

71 

Hatten, R A 

58,849 

1,368 

Hamre, WF 

62,002 

3,653 

Hatter, 1 W 

51,855 

4,291 

Hancock, J T 

63,618 

3,037 

Haubert, V 

58,707 

164 

Handley, D P 

65,446 

11,950 

Hauca, R 

51,182 

1,642 

Haney, D M 

54,101 

3,385 

Haugen, S V 

65,808 

5,256 

Hanna, K 

55,018 

2,975 

Haughton, D R 

68,096 

10,997 

Hanna, S A 

50,453 


Haughton, E R 

56,390 

3,255 

Hannah, F J 

54,920 

1,071 

Hauk, C G 

58,360 

5,672 

Hanry, M R 

52,362 

1,928 

Havens, L A 

59,459 

1,781 

Hansen, B O 

63,548 

3,550 

Hawboldt, D 

51,472 

776 


Salary 

$ 


Hawe, D T 59,067 

Hawes, RS 57,044 

Hawkes, MS 50,672 

Hawkes, R B 50,770 

Hawkes, RC 61,869 

Hawkey, G F 61 ,860 

Hawkins, CDB 58,422 

Hawkins, DB 56,114 

Hawkins, LJ 58,940 

Hawrys, BA 58,360 

Hawthorn, RS 54,291 

Hay, J D 61,829 

Hayden, C 61,016 

Hayden, F B 55,463 

Hayden, M A 51,094 

Hayek, L 54,519 

Hayes, J 69,168 

Hayes, M A 55,121 

Hayes, MW 52,602 

Hayes, PJ 50,017 

Hayes-Newington, L 52,266 

Hayes-van Vliet, W 58,746 

Hayhurst, C H 61,869 

Haynes, C R 76,501 

Hayward, D 55,365 

Hazlewood, A G 77,155 

Healey, N A 52,132 

Heaman, JC 63,606 

Heard, FT 67,492 

Heath, R H 59,470 

Heathman, R L 62,167 

Heavener, J 60,243 

Heayn, Bl 66,186 

Hebda, RJ 57,894 

Hecker, J B D 52,845 

Hedges, D 63,915 

Hedin, T A 67,143 

Heemskerk, A 74,884 

Heistad, R H 52,362 

Helmersen, AJ 63,538 

Helvoigt, H 53,576 

Hemming, D J 66,185 

Hemming, JE 61,821 

Hemphill, G 63,272 

Hempseed, A B 62,080 

Henders, KC 66,185 

Henderson, C 81,004 

Henderson, DM 66,542 

Henderson, G 1 71,221 

Henderson, HH 69,336 

Henderson, J A 56,599 

Henderson, MB 52,222 

Hendren, D F 61,869 

Hendry, T A 50,198 

HenigmanJ 59,416 

Hennigar, M 52,892 

Henning, A 76,501 

Henry, FG 56,726 

Henry, GM 53,918 

Henschel, S 77,363 

Hepburn, F G 56,563 

Heppner, D G 55,497 

Herbert, JD 80,830 

Herchmer, DH 60,521 

Herman, FD 54,613 

Hern, A R 57,816 

Herrera, C M 75,981 

Herring, LJ 57,627 

Herrington, C 52,362 

Herron, J 58,214 

Herzog, K 50,920 

Hesketh, J 84,438 

Hess, H 66,185 

Hesse, JW 51,086 

Hester, J 63,861 

Hewitt, C A 61,841 

Hewitt, JR 50,980 


Travel 

$ 

1,415 

3,531 

4,329 

505 

427 

13,361 

1,037 

2,486 

5,518 

1,858 

2,016 

303 

5,338 

14,452 

5,157 

9,587 

1,766 

991 

147 

5,414 

17,170 

164 

12,996 

3,497 

1,435 

4,598 

10,073 

13,595 

2,206 

4,374 

4.039 
8,824 

11,674 

6,778 

8,857 

14,408 

13,929 

3.040 
30,040 

806 

4,657 

312 

1,074 

7,882 

452 

10,645 

7,969 

1,113 

1,161 

1,282 

8,887 

129 

19,904 

887 

16,287 

244 

2,252 

1,164 

2,764 

316 

3,139 

12,554 

7,627 


3,752 

1,614 

7,871 

1,060 

8,662 

6,377 

4,832 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


123 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

T ravel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Hewitt, M P 

76,501 

4,680 

Hollenberg, R 

59,925 

4,467 

Hubbard, WF 

51,341 

282 

Hewko, R A 

65,101 

1,693 

Hollingshead, A 

68,875 

3,465 

Huber, RF 

53,048 

13,309 

Hewson, C A 

51,222 

4,385 

Hollins, L 

62,838 

10,991 

Hubner, T B 

63,199 

6,319 

Heyes, G E 

56,190 

320 

Holloway, C 

59,423 


Hudock, M J 

55,313 

1,111 

Heyland, J B 

58,209 

6,439 

Holloway, R P 

64,860 

706 

Hudson, D 

54,040 

3,501 

Heyland, R 

56,661 


Holm, V A 

62,132 

2,057 

Hudson, F 

69,542 

2,431 

Hey wood, HD 

72,623 

8,346 

Holman, P 

50,877 

2,487 

Hudson, R 

54,768 

9,110 

Hibbins, B J 

62,190 

3,735 


52,915 

122 

Hudson, R 

50,881 


Hick, VFB 

57^583 

1,756 

Holmes, D W 

59,388 

3,184 

Hudson, W 

70,373 


HickeJB 

54,266 

495 

Holmes, G 

53,636 

692 

Huettmeyer, K 

61,869 

2,057 

Hicke, KF 

66,255 

9,605 

Holmes, G 

56,785 

10,881 

Huffman, C 

59,107 

27,326 

Hickey, RJ 

60,210 

6,708 

Holmes, M A 

52,857 

262 

Hugel, H E 

61,442 

4,669 

Hicks, EE 

71,221 

13,989 

Holowachuk, L 

67,701 

15,570 

Huggan, J 

50,150 

133 

Hicks, MB 

80,163 

1,006 

Holt, E 

61,869 

584 

Hughes, A J 

55,995 

2,427 

Higenbottam, D 

52,412 

14,807 

Homoky, S G J 

51,334 

3,100 

Hughes, F 

59,259 


Higgins, J W 

64,291 

4,422 

Honeyman, K 

59,206 

292 

Hughes, F C 

57,141 

23,040 

Higgins, K L 

62,637 

14,350 

Hong, D 

65,164 


Hughes, G W 

67,517 

1,508 

Higgs, L E 

51,582 

540 

Hook, W D 

59,397 

6,522 

Hughes, LA 

63,594 

2,142 

High, G 

71,433 

862 

Hooper, P 

54,461 


Hughes, M J 

63,531 

2,701 

Hight, J 

58,983 

3,673 

Hooson, A E 

53,548 

6,048 

Hughes, N 

59,394 

433 

Hilder, D 

51,235 


Hooton, R S 

61,196 

12,664 

Hughes, R 

65,601 

14,232 

Hill, D W 

56,236 

4,491 

Hoover, A L 

52,362 

2,325 

Hughes, R 

52,560 

981 

Hill, G C 

58,897 

4,901 

Hope, G D 

52,863 

1,763 

Hughes, R H 

57,755 

3,559 

Hill, G E 

72,709 

3,657 

Hope, N 

83,807 

9,989 

Hughes, T M 

52,700 

4,080 

Hill, J 

57,110 

2,929 

Hopewell, J 

72,757 

3,399 

Hultin, 1 

50,358 

465 

Hill, JAB 

56,307 

62 

Hopkins, J W 

63,502 

3,562 

Humar, F 1 

55,187 

1,398 

Hill, S 

50,855 

551 

Hora, Z 

63,618 

6,233 

Hume, A 

79,970 

2,162 

Hill, W 

56,548 


Horan, A 

56,307 

7,243 

Hummelen, J H 

66,185 


Hillary, FJE 

66,185 

12,859 

Horan, G J S 

54,626 

247 

Humphries, D H 

65,884 

18,506 

Hillsden, R A 

66,185 

3,832 

Horley, G R 

53,755 

620 

Hunchak, L 

61,845 

2,791 

Hilton, H 

73,449 

92 

Horn, C 

52,373 

8,519 

Hunt, C 

50,329 

3,484 

Hilton, JE 

56,337 

11,940 

Horncastle, JR 

59,376 

4,680 

Hunt, D R 

63,405 

2,014 

Hincks, A 

60,953 

11,459 

Horne, DA 

54,020 

2,551 

Hunt, F M 

62,738 

4,921 

Hinnen, M R 

56,115 

3,018 

Horne, DV 

87,149 

12,401 

Hunter, A L 

52,093 

4,082 

Hinton, G M 

50,814 

4,486 

Horne, G J 

66,186 

1,585 

Hunter, B D 

74,568 

8,709 

Hintz, E H 

66,185 

4,372 

Horne, 1 M 

118,843 


Hunter, D 

52,686 

2,634 

Hiob, E 

53,047 

4,176 

Horner, A R 

76,501 

235 

Hunter, HR 

54,662 

4,763 

Hirczy, B G 

62,577 

3,181 

Hornland, D C 

57,077 

18,806 

Hunter, J G 

50,448 

1,565 

Hiscock, SM 

55,604 

5,431 

Horsfield, J 

72,196 

2,127 

Hunter, J S 

56,469 

1,338 

Hitchman, H 

62,923 

824 

Horsnell, AW 

71,165 

3,939 

Hunter, PJ A 

63,115 

2,039 

Hjorth, D 

56,432 

19,752 

Horton, J L 

61,867 

4,908 

Hunter, R A 

61,093 


Hlasny, B S 

51,185 

1,022 

Horvath, S 

59,249 

7,748 

Hunter, R M 

68,957 

8,971 

Hlatky, R M 

59,470 

11,330 

Horvath, S M 

58,717 

5,728 

Hunter, SJ 

53,285 

9,046 

Ho, D 

70,357 

4,638 

Hosein, B M 

66,545 

99 

Hunter-Oglow, S M 

50,960 

6,576 

Ho, D Y N 

61,728 

31 

Hosick, J B 

64,018 

2,458 

Huot, WJ 

53,803 

1,171 

Ho, KW 

69,798 

4,100 

Hoskins, W G 

59,727 

4,728 

Hurd, EK 

55,498 

8,224 

Hoadley, D B 

51,372 

6,976 

Hough, R D 

66,185 

2,518 

Hurd, L E 

59,470 

4,158 

Hobart, R J 

87,115 

10,972 

Hough, S J 

54,269 

3,629 

Husband, G S 

61,227 

8,301 

Hocking, R 

51,056 


Hoult, CM 

52,171 

5,241 

Husband, L 

50,372 

1,337 

Hockley, T O 

55,083 

1,039 

House, D 

60,980 

3,236 

Huscroft, M 

71,474 

3,132 

Hoddinott, S B R 

62,954 

1,486 

Housechild, W 

61,796 

1,508 

Husted, L 

58,232 

7,491 

Hodge, L V 

53,257 


Houston, G H 

78,899 

6,327 

Hutcheon, M 

75,182 

7,872 

Hodgetts, 1 

58,182 

3,528 

Houston, R 

50,088 


Hutcheson, DA 

59,394 

15,302 

Hodgkinson, G D 

80,830 

11,690 

Hovde, M J 

51,607 

9,753 

Hutcheson, D W 

61,869 

12,955 

Hodgkinson, RS 

58,210 

10,116 

Howard, E A 

52,363 

61 

Hutchins, C G 

51,908 

20,552 

Hodgson, C 

53,002 

15,371 

Howard, E J 

63,000 

4,813 

Hutchinson, A R 

104,782 

14,481 

Hodgson, W 

61,869 

2,089 

Howard, J 

58,433 

138 

Hutchinson, B W 

64,514 

4,123 

Hodkinson, C M 

55,953 

482 

Howard, W G 

71,221 

13,975 

Hutchinson, C M 

54,232 

5,866 

Hodson, F 

51,742 


Howat, R J 

55,756 

11,704 

Hutchinson, JO 

52,215 

1,092 

Hodson, R 

56,820 

6,247 

Howbold, M 

55,709 

3,479 

Hutton, B L 

50,347 

1,089 

Hoehne, G E R 

54,088 

850 

Howe, J W 

63,880 

3,839 

Huxley, W J 

56,114 

1,694 

Hoem, J H 

56,463 


Howell, SD 

61,869 

3,324 

Hyatt, P 

59,931 

395 

Hoff, L M 

52,362 

375 

Howell-Jones, G 

56,129 

100 

Hyatt, SL 

60,720 

189 

Hoffman, D 

52,041 


Howells, M E 

53,612 


Hyde, D B 

56,951 

89 

Hoffman, T 

52,197 

253 

Howes, D E 

63,175 

6,859 

Hynd, S G 

61,306 

2,666 

Hoffmann, E R J 

57,407 

2,665 

Howes, J 

56,114 

5,859 

Hyslop, D 

56,877 

4,491 

Hofweber, J E 

62,163 

3,302 

Howie, J G S 

64,965 

9,789 

Ibraheem, S M 

67,970 

597 

Hogan, D L 

60,264 

14,219 

Howie, K R G 

55,740 

2,203 

Inglis, R 1 

61,668 

7,571 

Hogg, G J 

72,379 

396 

Hoy, T 

62,088 

3,560 

Ingram, J D 

55,613 

832 

Hogg, J A 

51,571 

1,836 

Hoyles, S E 

58,471 

7,898 

Ingram, K J 

80,843 

13,638 

Hogg, J W 

84,580 

2,039 

Hoyrup, A R 

55,169 

215 

Inkster, M 

68,408 

4,306 

Hokanson, A L 

59,821 

90 

Hoyrup, J D 

52,425 

148 

Innis, A J 

54,196 

8,548 

Hokanson, LA 

55,341 

580 

Hrycun, D J 

63,170 

1,761 

Insley, P A 

78,385 

7,474 

Holding, LA 

50,948 

1,283 

Hsieh, M 

61,188 

712 

Ireland, D B 

61,279 

7,445 

Holland, B A 

77,273 

3,462 

Hubbard, D 

51,453 

611 

Ireson, K 

53,102 

1,055 

Holland, R H 

85,588 

5,967 

Hubbard, L T 

76,452 

5,012 

Ironmonger, W G 

69,933 

27,284 

Hollander, M J 

69,902 

3,486 

Hubbard, R 

57,378 

137 

Irvine, G M 

50,051 

3,928 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 24 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Irvine, R J 

66,185 

9,013 

Jessup, F T 

71,221 

21,873 

Jones, P K 

52,362 

1,964 

Irvine, S E 

55,237 

4,029 

Jeyes, J C 

50,456 

1,739 

Jones, R 

60,679 

643 

Irwin, M A 

66,185 

5,946 

Jickling, G W S 

61,869 

14,796 

Jones, R A 

66,117 

1,370 

Irwin, T W 

58,961 

2,288 

Jillings, D 

52,977 

754 

Jones, R 1 

50,696 

626 

Irwin, W M 

77,471 

18,035 

Jingfors, K 

50,087 

12,392 

Jones, T 

72,264 

240 

Isaac, M M 

61,857 

3,265 

Jobanputra, M 

72,998 


Jongbloed, C W 

76,501 


Isaac, R J 

79,940 

1,013 

Jobling, M J 

57,301 

7,193 

Jordan, J 

82,150 

3,975 

Isaacs, M H 

63,842 

6,424 

Jodouin, L 

59,394 

9,697 

Jordan, J 

51,884 

3,078 

Isley, W G 

52,362 

1,553 

Johannson, D 

56,377 


Jordan, J D E 

61,869 

5,465 

Ivancic, E 

51,966 

4,621 

Johansen, E P 

50,337 

1,658 

Jordan, R 

58,814 


Ivanco, B G 

55,636 

2,984 

Johansen, R 

52,392 

1,209 

Jordan, R P 

55,627 

3,488 

Iverson, C 

55,190 

375 

Johansson, L W 

55,555 

2,095 

Jordens, R C 

59,690 

8,806 

Ives, H B 

55,701 

14,388 

Johl, G 

52,362 

2,731 

Joseph, E 

57,576 


Izard, ID 

87,153 


John, D M 

63,657 

3,365 

Jothen, K A 

66,198 

10,677 

Jablanczy, S 

52,268 

445 

Johns, D H 

76,732 

1,825 

Jovic, N 

56,920 

3,093 

Jackman, K 

91,264 


Johnson, A W 

61,352 


Joy, K R 

52,362 

4,250 

Jackman, R L 

64,145 

6,391 

Johnson, B D 

56,863 

9,963 

Joy-Campbell, M 

51,882 

20,415 

Jackson, A 

52,172 

156 

Johnson, B V 

56,114 

4,003 

Joyce, AC 

63,175 

1,334 

Jackson, B J 

58,037 

4,705 

Johnson, C 

56,114 

529 

Joynt, H W 

54,985 

8,491 

Jackson, D 

65,153 

9,347 

Johnson, C A 

59,552 

7,028 

Jubb, R G 

51,145 

592 

Jackson, L K 

56,144 

16,554 

Johnson, D D 

51,789 

3,405 

Juhasz, J J 

92,366 

16,270 

Jackson, PM 

59,367 


Johnson, D G 

63,618 

2,152 

Jull, M J 

54,052 

5,223 

Jacobi, LA 

62,491 

564 

Johnson, D L 

71,726 

3,735 

Jung, D 

57,234 

10,647 

Jacobs, M 

50,358 

502 

Johnson, D W 

56,877 

2,857 

Jungen, J R 

59,470 

412 

Jacobsen, E J 

56,115 

2,956 

Johnson, E B 

66,186 

360 

Jurenka, SB 

62,980 


Jacques, K D... 

73,927 

6,482 

Johnson, G P 

50,269 

5,483 

Juteau, L M 

66,470 

9,507 

Jago, R C 

69,884 

6,715 

Johnson, J A 

50,567 

771 

Kabzems, R 

53,572 

2,312 

Jai, R 

51,849 


Johnson, J T 

56,114 

691 

Kagis, P 

72,012 

8,416 

Jakobsen, D E 

51,937 

2,167 

Johnson, L M 

65,678 

5,966 

Kainth, G S 

59,241 

18 

Jamal, N J 

62,815 

5,415 

Johnson, L M 

54,023 

1,511 

Kaiway, B D 

66,186 

906 

James, B E 

54,959 

5,759 

Johnson, M A 

50,255 

7,386 

Kalnins, T E 

57,822 

810 

James, F S 

55,948 

2,734 

Johnson, R 

56,114 

4,518 

Kan, PL F 

59,953 

2,378 

James, J 

56,114 

2,277 

Johnson, R 

50,358 

2,408 

Kanga, D 

59,439 

10,228 

James M K 

63,1 1 7 

6,135 

Johnson, R A 

59,458 

1,768 

Kangasniemi, B 

53,421 

1,572 

Jameson, R E 

64,512 

7,630 

Johnson, R L 

55,214 

1,092 

Kao-Lin, B 

52,535 

818 

Jamieson, J L 

52,320 

4,892 

Johnsrude, M 

54,802 

4,830 

Kaplun, B A 

51,108 

1,194 

Jamieson J M 

51,950 

4,526 

Johnston, B 

61,931 

4,415 

Karlsen, EH 

71,522 

14,741 

Jamieson, M G 

56,114 

1,052 

Johnston, B H 

56,114 

3,347 

Karr, T 

56,794 

1,485 

Jang, J G H 

54,814 

901 

Johnston, D R 

71,300 

6,852 

Kasianchuk, D 

83,438 

15,219 

Jang, S A 

64,655 

1,262 

Johnston, 1 A 

51,170 

89 

Kassam, A 

63,618 

3,319 

Jani, A 

62,635 

1,429 

Johnston, K 

69,704 

1,716 

Kassian, R P 

50,546 

1,177 

Jansen, E 

61,291 

954 

Johnston, K 

53,869 

5,290 

Kastelen,, W A 

78,684 

15,557 

Janssen, W P 

51,339 

2,493 

Johnston, KC 

68,258 

2,373 

Katz, S 

51,681 

3,585 

Janusauskas, A 

52,721 

768 

Johnston, K R 

59,394 

11,708 

Kay, M 

56,669 

1,118 

Janusson, W B 

56,178 

6,072 

Johnston, NT 

50,189 

2,382 

Kaye, K 

66,646 

1,177 

Janz, DW 

59,388 

6,248 

Johnston, R H 

55,613 

3,776 

Kazakoff, K L 

57,170 

1 7,946 

Janzen, R 

52,831 


Johnston, SW 

77,744 

4,915 

Keane, B J 

56,239 

8,047 

Janzen, S B 

65,153 

2,829 

Johnston, T R 

57,472 

1,363 

Kearney, S 

61,764 

12,508 

Jaquish, B C 

59,922 

7,442 

Johnston, W 

51,983 


Keay, G R 

59,470 

10,371 

Jarman, P 

81,485 

15,375 

Johnston, W 

52,399 

189 

Keck, D J 

63,303 

4,446 

Jarman, P W 

63,618 

5,772 

Johnstone, B H 

79,940 


Kedge, EC 

50,386 

80 

Jarvin, R N 

71,221 

22,272 

Johnstone, D S 

67,258 

234 

Keetley, R 

63,272 


Jarvis, D L 

52,362 

1,134 

Johnstone, E J 

50,359 

305 

Kehler, D B 

50,516 

2,585 

Jaskela, R 

50,359 

6,755 

Johnstone, W D . 

67,738 

5,470 

Kehler, G 

67,310 


Jassal, B S 

66,298 

6 

Joli, L 

72,658 

4,647 

Keillor, DB 

52,362 

250 

Jaunich, K 

54,615 


Jonas, R G 

51,410 

363 

Keiser, W S 

59,156 

7,987 

Jefferies, K 

56,114 

5,043 

Jones, A 

56,862 


Keith, L M 

63,278 

5,311 

Jefferson, L W 

66,193 

2,118 

Jones, A R 

53,631 

4,731 

Keller, D 

50,925 

2,923 

Jeffery, M H 

66,185 

2,187 

Jones, B M 

66,117 

376 

Keller, J M 

58,033 

20,144 

Jenkins, B 

50,917 

4,986 

Jones, B R 

63,775 


Keller, L M 

61,126 

2,568 

Jenkins, C 

54,281 

4,455 

Jones, C J C 

54,667 

1,783 

Kelley, E B 

51,701 

1,652 

Jenkins, F 

59,521 

1,861 

Jones, D A 

50,589 

1,900 

Kelley, R W 

54,263 

4,079 

Jenkins, J B 

63,560 

1,215 

Jones, D E 

66,061 

464 

Kelly, E B 

54,766 

3,174 

Jenkins, P 

51,941 

2,832 

Jones, D L 

59,388 

13,858 

Kelly, KK 

51,121 

11,567 

Jenkinson, D C 

57,178 

2,697 

Jones, DR 

59,411 

3,552 

Kelly, LM 

66,983 

12,515 

Jennejohn, R G 

55,613 

1,636 

Jones, E J 

61,869 

3,105 

Kelly, PE 

50,358 

27 

Jennings, J 

60,988 

579 

Jones, E P K H 

56,089 

4,181 

Kelso, D H 

66,185 

270 

Jennings, S R 

54,161 

2,533 

Jones, G A 

56,527 

85 

Keltie, R J 

57,850 

1,108 

Jensen, D E 

50,845 

3,220 

Jones, G H 

66,185 

1,250 

Kembel, J L 

60,673 

802 

Jensen, H G 

50,477 


Jones, GW 

52,362 

5,758 

Kempf, J B 

62,898 

2,094 

Jensen, J A 

74,019 

3,586 

Jones, HD 

82,303 


Kenk, E 

63,618 

2,715 

Jensen, J C 

80,830 

10,977 

Jones, J 

51,553 

3,194 

Kennah, G L 

71,221 

11,477 

Jensen, J C 

53,648 

1,962 

Jones, J G 

52,017 

284 

Kennedy, B 

52,279 

23,705 

Jensen, T 

72,741 

40 

Jones, J R 

55,057 

1,621 

Kennedy, B 

60,819 

Jenson, E A 

63,448 

8,285 

Jones, L 

60,576 

11,077 

Kennedy, C 

56,430 

15,302 

Jenstad, E N 

61,260 

7,606 

Jones, L D 

56,005 

794 

Kennedy, G P 

61,869 

5,102 

Jessen, K H 

52,228 

4,496 

Jones, L K 

54,828 

2,895 

Kennedy, J W 

55,113 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


I 25 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


-Salary 

T ravel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Kennedy, L 

64,249 


Kleibl, R 

52,203 


Kulch, C 

66,683 


Kennedy, M J 

67,947 

19,998 

Klein, C A 

51,642 

1,959 

Kulkarni, S 

51,751 

4,080 

Kennedy, PR 

55,028 

1,947 

Klein, D 

50,878 

137 

Kurjata, P 

62,453 

1,691 

Kennedy, R 

55,360 


Klein, L 

58,320 

4,634 

Kurl, S 

52,489 

2,602 

Kennedy, R C 

66,186 

3,904 

Klenner, W E 

50,332 

8,978 

Kurylowich, D J 

50,047 

1,600 

Kennett, K D 

52,500 

8,826 

Klima, J K 

51,448 

640 

Kusisto, J C 

56,114 

2,313 

Kenning, S G P 

101,015 

830 

Kline, C 

71,221 

10,024 

Kuster, L P 

71,221 

1,712 

Kenny, R A 

50,770 


Kline, G A 

52,362 

106 

Kuzma, O S 

86,707 

11,601 

Kent, D 

76,511 

2,743 

Kline, RO 

59,424 

7,233 

Kvarv, E .-. 

54,315 

2,772 

Kent, M J 

66,421 

12,243 

Klippert, L 

100,566 

21,982 

Kwan, T....r 

73,255 


Kenyon, C E 

55,003 

4,040 

Kloeble, W M 

67,100 

4,228 

Kyler, J H M 

52,538 

10,953 

Kerin, T A 

71,087 

16,799 

Klopp, W S 

62,041 

1,788 

L'Hirondelle, S J 

53,862 

1,947 

Kern, C B 

63,734 

4,227 

Kluge, H A 

62,495 

8,515 

L-Heureux, R 

70,468 

2,191 

Kerr, AW 

52,362 

4,333 

Klyne, WL 

68,334 

17,423 

La Roy, R W 

55,788 

3,783 

Kerr, R C 

52,362 

4,327 

Knauf, AG 

50,395 

272 

La Vertu, C L 

60,776 

1,020 

Kerr, S P 

66,185 

917 

Kneeland, A R 

54,003 

1,325 

Lacelle, L 

53,321 

2,833 

Kerstiens, H M 

53,112 

348 

Kneeshaw, D B 

58,584 

2,284 

Lacerte, P 

61,869 

2^591 

Keshvani, K A J 

59,470 

1,650 

Knezacky, J 

54,602 

334 

Lacey, T E 

52,892 

6,246 

Kesslar, P 

53,860 

491 

Knight, TW 

61,855 

1,330 

Lachmuth, G A 

60,253 

23,142 

Kester, M 

51,698 

875 

Knights, J 

50,453 

691 

Lacoursiere, A 

59,061 

570 

Kettner, R R 

52,386 

7,761 

Knowles, B J 

50,861 

271 

Ladd, J R 

50,840 

715 

Khan, 1 A 

63,275 

5,876 

Knowles, L 

51,603 

835 

Ladds, J W 

55,157 

2,714 

Khan, M K 

71,221 

5,980 

Knowles, P S 

53,175 

1,528 

Laforest, C 

61,395 

783 

Khare, P 

69,807 

10,913 

Knox, B J 

50,437 

4,980 

Lagore, DA 

64,949 

1,114 

Kidds, K 

51,090 

66 

Knox, D 

54,620 

2,833 

Lai, H e 

57,227 

1,122 

KieloJWD 

69,344 

4,129 

Knudson, S 

60,227 

6,646 

Laidlaw, D G 

50,251 

2,224 

Kilby, BW 

53,786 

258 

Ko, S 

50,555 

1,719 

Lainchbury, H 

53,749 

1,201 

Kilby, WE 

63,326 

574 

Kobylnyk, RW 

74,971 

10,169 

Laipnieks, P J 

72,675 

2,769 

Killacky, 1 

59,492 

5,980 

Koch, J B 

59,104 

3,482 

Laishley, DA 

56,609 

3,923 

Kilshaw, D G 

55,848 

11,254 

Koehn, J E 

55,372 

154 

Lake, B E 

51,407 

6,713 

Kilshaw, M F 

98,667 

19,139 

Kohut, A P 

62,804 

5,265 

Laker, J 

79,774 

5,048 

Kim, HC 

55,848 

14,125 

Koinoff, S J 

59,492 

561 

Lai 1 i, K 

71,582 



59,680 

20 


54,910 

3,921 

Lam, S 

63 606 

8,373 

Kimmitt, A H 

58^81 5 

5,672 

Koncohrada, K 

69,796 

8,738 

Lambert, E 

50,359 

305 

Kimmitt, P J 

71,240 

7,789 

Kondla, N G 

66,763 

10,294 

Lambert, P 

52,501 


Kimpton, M 

61,419 

520 

Kong, LC 

52,362 

96 

Laminski, J N 

64,174 

1,400 

Kinash, W K 

72,553 

138 

Konishi, J 

66,797 

16,687 

Lamont, W J 

54,673 

1,431 

Kindjerski, K 

57,155 

7,657 

Konkin, DW 

63,593 

5,186 

Lampard, R J 

63,462 

18,598 

Kiner, LH 

83,692 

436 

Konkle, RW 

56,114 

5,485 

Land, J 

52,362 

52 

King, D 

50,128 

569 

Kooistra, CM 

58,482 

21,168 

Landers, D 

72,729 


King, D G 

59,388 

8,383 

Kool, R 

50,828 

8,491 

Landry, D 

53,171 

657 

King, E 

79,948 

2,942 

Kopp, D B 

90,773 

4,740 

Lane, J A 

56,041 

544 

King, J C 

58,822 

1,120 

Kopp, R 

54,286 

327 

Lane, K C 

66,185 

2,661 

King, J N 

55,305 

12,558 

Kopriva, O 

53,435 

2,992 

Lane, M 

50,031 


King, K 

55,311 


Kornder, L D 

104,127 

11,058 

Lane, T 1 

57,966 

35 

King, O T 

56,114 

8,572 

Koskie, DA 

66,185 

5,244 

Lang, R N 

78,385 

1,316 

King, R A 

62,450 

5,871 

Koskimaki, D J 

61,842 

1,096 

Langdon, P 

56,115 

276 

King, T 

74,453 

466 

Kosovic, T D 

61,283 


Lange, J H 

51,701 

1,502 

Kingsfield, B C 

66,077 

3,868 

Kostman, D F 

89,067 

11,179 

Langevin, G J 

61,863 

1,692 

Kinnear, DW 

61,869 

1,506 

Kovacs, HI 

51,412 

4,655 

Langevin, G L 

56,091 

4,281 

Kinrade, T 

50,969 

5,819 

Kovats, M 

60,380 

4,448 

Langill, L R 

61,869 

1,977 

Kirby, J A 

62,530 

2,127 

Kowall, R C 

61,593 

5,959 

Langin, H D 

56,078 

8,003 

Kirby, J E 

58,053 

3,746 

Koyl, M C 

72,333 

11,380 

Langis, D 

51,387 


Kirchgesner, EG 

66,185 

16,136 

Kozak, D 

56,643 


Langridge, D W 

57,938 

5,761 

Kirk, C S 

71,221 

5,119 

Kozina, J L 

61,800 

1,809 

Langridge, J E 

63,595 

12,742 

Kirk, DS 

66,185 

3,868 

Krasowski, M 

56,973 

5,186 

Langridge, R E 

64,392 

2,361 

Kirkaldy, A D 

81,252 

5,261 

Krause, K 

55,709 

3,137 

Larsen, KM 

51,828 

4,759 

Kirkby, L T 

61,869 

726 

Krause, R 

51,450 

1,898 

Larson, D P 

52,399 

1,658 

Kirke, GB 

61,947 

4,771 

Krayenhoff, C R 

56,114 

6,002 

Larsson, S A 

52,362 

4,487 

Kirkpatrick, J E 

62,945 

11,032 

Krebs, M D 

51,727 

11,973 

Larusson, D L 

54,943 

1,444 

Kirkvold, S 

52,362 

6,191 

Krehbiel R B 

74,766 

35,398 

Lashkevich, J 

53,960 

248 

Kiselbach, W 

50,220 

164 

Krell, R D 

61,869 

4,368 

Latin, S L 

50,558 


Kiss, G K 

63,513 

3,420 

Krezanoski, D E 

59,470 

3,508 

Latreille, R L 

62,286 

2,741 

Kiss, J 

58,176 

986 

Kriese, KD 

51,226 

2,133 

Latta, J C 

65,160 

17,971 

Kiss, L 

51,673 

5,109 

Krischanowsky, N P 

66,185 

4,077 

Lattie, J 

53,121 

1,462 

Kissinger, C 

61,341 

8,068 

Krishna, R 

64,945 

8,877 

Lau, D K 

66,185 

3,714 

Kitamura, F T 

50,358 

323 

Kristiansen, DA 

64,512 

7,063 

Lau, E 

52,615 


Kitasaka, K S 

53,101 

2,360 

Kristianson, L 

52,748 

9,418 

Lauder, N A 

71,684 

3,585 

Kittle, C N 

70,823 

373 

Kriwoken, L A 

53,481 

2,521 

Laughton, D P 

72,553 

1,502 

Kittredge, M A 

63,525 

675 

Kriz, KJ 

55,954 

1,261 

Laughy, L D R 

56,581 

509 

Kivari, A E 

58,856 

2,983 

Krogel, D W 

58,591 

9,334 

Laurence, K 

61,474 

137 

Kjos, J A 

50,384 

8,592 

Kroll, A 

69,302 


Laurie, J 

55,163 

286 

Klasen, C B 

55,694 

1,422 

Krumlik, G J 

59,492 

7,118 

Lavertu, M C 

50,620 

4,024 

Klassen, J 

61,108 

260 

Krutko, S 

50,305 

5,738 

Law, G 

60,415 


Klassen, K 

50,358 

3,006 

Kucera, H A 

50,765 

2,464 

Law, KR 

61,160 

4,569 

Klassen, M G 

53,122 

2,431 

Kuhn, D 

52,668 

425 

Law, L 

60,367 

487 

Kleibl, D 

52,878 

6,198 

Kula,J 

61,869 

2,523 

Law, M 

51,985 

3,830 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 26 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Law, N J 

56,320 

2,446 

Lesyk, D 

58,335 

2,882 

Logan, J M 

59,470 

2,408 

Lawless, DC 

71,221 

2,255 

Letcher, G 

55,020 

746 

Logan, W A 

66,185 

17,773 

Lawrence, D S 

60,750 

24,915 

Letchford, D J 

67,173 

2,986 

Lohr, GW 

56,987 

34,160 

Lawrence, C N L 

55,725 

4,713 

Lett, REW 

54,465 

448 

Loire-Maillard, 1 

55,357 

13,428 

Lawrence, J H 

56,528 

10,811 

Letts, S 

68,086 

13,063 

Lomas, E W 

50,435 

2,962 


57,629 

4,160 


59,933 

4,51 1 

Lomas, G 

67,796 - 

8,840 

Lawrence, W J 

71,222 

7,091 

Leu, G 

54,062 

8,069 

Lomas, LA 

61,869 

420 

Lawrie, DM 

55,613 

5,116 

Leung, C 

56,152 

5,536 

London, V K 

52,640 

3,164 

Lawson, D 

72,993 

14,103 

Leung, J Y C 

69,673 

391 

Long, J 

61,869 

13,642 

Lawson, EM 

63,606 

11,392 

Leung, S 

54,545 

3,113 

Long, K E 

62,295 

7,597 

Lax, L 

57,589 

2,354 

Leung, S 

59,481 

10,158 

Long, L L 

55,240 

685 

Lay, M 

53,894 

10,309 

Leverett, W 

54,279 


Long, S A 

66,185 

3,214 

Le, H T 

52,104 

3,998 


50,075 

461 

Longeway, B 

60,779 

19 

Lea, EC 

60,225 

5,516 

Levis, C C 

56,702 

2,402 

Longman, D 

61,900 

4,612 

Leach, DA 

53,547 

6,207 

Levson, V M 

53,322 

5,618 

Looney, R J 

60,503 

8,888 

Leach, R C 

52,362 

3,977 

Levy, PE 

66,340 

9,582 

Lorette, R M 

66,486 

4,300 

Leadem, C L 

57,466 

1,015 

Lew, H 

50,110 

4,363 

Lorinczi, J 

55,487 

7,283 

Leader, L R 

59,534 

242 

Lewendon, G 

73,804 

146 

Loudon, P N 

52,362 

1,438 

Leahy, J K 

53,450 

9,086 

Lewington, D 

60,836 


Louie, J WH 

59,459 

9,694 

Lean, TP 

56,616 


Lewis, CP 

58,601 

7,242 

Louie, T 

50,219 

1,508 

Leard, H M 

60,052 

2,106 

Lewis, C S 

50,358 

1,286 

Lousier, J D 

59,303 

7,421 

Leard, R 

76,428 

1,230 

Lewis, F J 

64,841 

838 

Lovdahl, D B 

59,881 

4,582 

Leblanc, C 

52,362 

2,513 

Lewis, H V 

80,830 

13,581 

Lovestrom, R D 

62,908 

539 

Leblanc, G 

58,455 

356 

Lewis, K 

50,109 

6,261 

Lovett, D K 

66,069 

2,916 

Leblanc, J 1 

61,869 

11,351 

Lewis, M L 

59,394 

5,457 

Low, CM 

55,410 


Leblanc, L 

66,879 

1,900 

Lewis, MM 

61,869 

12,255 

Low, DC 

50,711 

2,622 

Leblanc, R E 

62,055 

2,350 

Lewis, R ) 

68,611 

5,747 

Lowdon, R J 

66,185 

6,994 

Leblond, C B 

57,025 

5,990 

Lewis, T 

50,756 

411 

Lowe, J 

58,938 

6,455 


56,114 

9,028 


61,095 

4,757 

Lowenberg, W 

68,855 

1,349 

Leclair, L C 

55,828 

2,736 

Li Foa Wing, P 

56,114 

1,027 

Lowes, M 

55,294 

8,439 

Lecuyer, R G 

50,358 

6,688 

Liddell, T M 

50,568 


Lowrey, S D 

58,573 

5,718 

Leduc, | E 

71,221 

7,422 

Liddiatt, BA 

52,779 

757 

Lowther, R 

59,342 

11,515 

Leduc, R H A 

55,995 

3,139 

Lidgren, R 

65,882 

8,043 

Lozoway, K R 

52,086 

1,709 

Lee, A 

52,536 

1,787 

Lidster, W J 

61,875 

9,592 

Lu, j D 

83,405 

9,221 

Lee, BA 

56,086 

1,217 

Lidston, C 

59,023 

166 

Lucas, C J 

54,406 

8,388 

Lee, D 

50,637 


Lidstone, A 

62,644 

1 2,337 

Lucas, J M 

56,610 

139 

Lee, G D 

61,004 

2,107 

Lieutard, D 

77,595 

7,300 

Luchin, L V 

52,362 

4,511 

Lee, J D 

56,344 

5,694 

Light, L 

61,869 

24,987 

Ludwig, B W 

53,862 

7,145 

Lee, J H 

66,183 

26,555 

Likness, S K 

51,128 

3,027 

Lugsdin, J 

100,666 

23,791 

Lee, J H 

59,423 

5,094 

Lilly, E A 

61,029 

229 

Lukaitis, CM 

62,574 

1,140 

Lee, L ... 

76,484 

3,019 

Lim, P 

63,982 

944 

Lukawesky, K W 

53,293 

3,933 

Lee, L 

51,525 

1,678 

Lim, S 

76,501 

17,001 

Lum Min, S P 

61,869 


Lee, P 

62,909 

7,514 

Lim, T 

53,341 

2,803 

Lum, K D 

63,094 

1,530 

Lee, P W J 

61,869 

1,974 

Lim, T W 

62,371 

762 

Lund, E A 

87,116 

22,944 

Lees, R 

57,419 

1,542 

Lincoln, R C 

59,389 

5,506 

Lungul, B 

52,467 

170 

Lefebure, D 

67,642 

11,611 

Lindberg, MT 

61,869 

1,249 

Lupton, G 

52,849 

1,857 

Lefevre, AG 

60,505 

7,223 

Lindsay, A 

54,989 

2,243 

Lussenburg, H 

58,210 

8,829 

Lefrancois, M A 

55,443 

5,332 

Lindsey, S 

57,913 

3,973 

Lussier, L M 

56,549 

3,531 

Legaspi, OT! 

88,080 

1,440 

Linge, F R 

58,717 

834 

Luttmer, P J 

63,608 

1,683 

Leggett, J W 

60,159 

7,419 

Lishman, P R 

55,548 

7,677 

Luttmerding, H A 

65,261 

3,755 

Legun, A 

55,825 

1,050 

Lisman, J 

74,878 

7,663 

Lyall, W R 

63,254 

7,660 

Lehrke, H F W 

73,221 

23,018 

Listar, 1 

57,215 

4,788 

Lyle, M E 

59,446 

6,701 

Leins, J 

71,221 

8,936 

Lister, CWM 

63,280 

1,591 

Lynch, M 

52,416 

1,893 

Leitch, A 

52,297 


Lister, D 

55,128 

834 

Lynden, B R 

58,898 

5,543 

Leitch, B D 

69,536 

4,313 

Lister D R 

63,817 

10,030 

Maartman, B 

69,858 

634 

Leitch, C ; 

53,440 

1,481 

Lister, JR 

52,362 

77 

Maas, A J 

50,358 

1,811 

Leitz, PA : 

59,830 

6,310 

Little, A A 

59,394 

9,068 

MacAdam, AM 

55,575 

3,215 

Lemiski, S A 

59,378 

9,086 

Little, C L 

56,354 

274 

MacAree, D J 

71,221 

13,804 

Lemke, B 1 

64,996 

8,171 

Little, E M 

53,727 

14,138 

MacAulay, D 

63,538 

5,239 

Lemke, L H 

52,401 

1,970 

Littledale, C 

63,890 

3,566 

MacAulay, J A 

55,066 

Lemky, B 

61,719 

130 

Littler B 

56 825 

5,028 

MacCallum, R G . .. 

53,201 

1,988 

Lemon, R H 

76,009 

20,530 

Litwin, G A 

57,225 

8,305 

MacCarthy, S P 

61,869 

9,160 

Lennartz, H 

61,732 

2,288 

Livesey, R 

50,358 

16,073 

MacDermid, E F 

50,760 

186 

Lentz, D W 

52,407 

538 

Livingston, E 

53,136 

3,005 

MacDonald, A J 

76,501 

6,455 

Leonard, F H 

74,276 

4,628 

Lloyd, D A 

61,042 

8,426 

MacDonald, C E 

66,177 

9,185 

Leong, S D 

55,765 

2,091 

Lloyd, G D 

61,045 

1,616 

MacDonald, D 

59,246 

523 

Lepage, PT 

56,100 

1,533 

Lloyd, M S 

60,616 

688 

MacDonald, E A 

61,869 

891 

Leppanen, P E 

58,210 

1,963 

Lloyd-Smith, J 

59,203 

2,619 

MacDonald, E R 

50,358 

3,714 

Lerner, K J 

56,877 

1,200 

Loat, GW 

65,923 

247 

MacDonald, G A 

52,362 

8,048 

Lerose, D S 

51,965 

156 

Lockyer, J D 

52,201 

87 

MacDonald, G S 

65,596 

14,360 

Leross, C H 

50,589 

14,538 

Loewen, E N 

83,190 

12,158 

MacDonald, H 

59,654 


Leroux, L 

59,600 

10,699 

Loewen, G J 

50,604 

889 

MacDonald, 1 

52,549 

53 

Leslie, B A 

59,115 

1,977 

Lofthouse, M J 

80,376 

14,909 

MacDonald, 1 R 

56,563 

2,338 

Leslie, P 

60,608 

19 

Lofthouse, P 

55,706 


MacDonald, J 

75,382 

1,342 

Lesowski, G V 

50,358 

3,761 

Lofting, J 

56,114 

10,816 

MacDonald, J A 

52,058 

515 

Lessard, D J 

51,957 

207 

Lofto, T G 

50,849 

4,118 

MacDonald, L S 

58,436 

3,781 

Lester, T H 

69,411 

13,974 

Logan, DA 

65,680 

2,550 

MacDonald, R 

71,221 

1,692 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 



Salary 

T ravel 


Salary 

Travel 



$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


MacDonald, R E 

56,114 

1,992 

Magee, Cl 

61,869 

1,789 

Marunchak, J A 

MacDonald, R F 

57,931 

1,461 

Magee, VC 

50,358 

250 

Marus, 1 


54,637 

4,800 


61,869 

315 

Mason, B 


59,388 

5,952 


55,492 

2,588 

Mason, B 


51,214 

845 


56,036 

2,996 

Mason, D B 

MacDonell, M D 

51,301 

1,774 

Mah Wren, AM 

59,378 

19,516 

Mason, M D 

MacDougall, M 

66,416 

3,351 

Mah, A K 

53,402 

5,323 

Masselink, J N 

MacDougall, M R 

59,378 

6,498 

Mah, J 

53,870 

170 

Massey, J E 

MacFadden, L A 

66,964 

3,151 

Mah, R 

51,602 


Massey, N W 

MacFarlane, J D 

66,186 

1,934 

Mahoney, C 

51,058 


Matheson, A H 

MacFarlane, M 

50,262 

3,621 

Mahony, P 

59,596 

2,566 

Matheson, BA 

MacCillivray, LG 

62,858 

1,251 

Maitland, M E 

56,518 


Matheson, D W 

MacGregor, R C 

66,185 

10,330 

Majcher, J 

62,343 

15,391 

Matheson, N 

Maclnnes, E H 

52,791 

2,077 

Mak, PC 

61,954 

5,574 

Matheson, N C 

Maclnnis, R W 

58,813 

789 

Makayev, MB 

50,761 

10,132 

Matheson, N M 

Maclnnis, SHF 

68,262 

13,129 

Malcolm, K W 

56,114 

3,746 

Matheson, S 

Macintosh, J H 

65,395 


Malczyk, K 

50,393 

1,417 

Mathias, H C 

MacIntyre, D G 

59,504 

3,953 

Malekow, S M 

50,136 

5,798 

Mathieson, G G 

MacKay, B F 

67,842 

15,513 

Malin, B C 

52,362 

938 

Mathieson, J D 

MacKay, D G 

50,133 

13,745 

Mallett, J C 

64,830 

7,062 

Mathieson, R W 

MacKay, K R 

71,221 


Mallett, L P 

61,869 


Mathieson, S D 

MacKay, TK 

51,520 

7,335 

Malmberg, M J 

50,991 

5,867 

Matsuo, S 

MacKenzie, B G 

50,359 

1,301 

Maloney, N E 

59,668 

1,873 

Matters, 1 

MacKenzie, D 

60,071 

101 

Maltby, R 

51,444 

1,518 

Matthews, D 

MacKenzie, DM 

57,919 

7,935 

Man, P C Y 

60,447 

1,296 

Matthews, G 

MacKenzie, 1 W 

51,579 

128 

Manduca, N D 

67,442 

11,142 

Matthews, J K 

MacKenzie, J 

60,632 

164 

Manifold, R 

56,591 

1,901 

Matthews, J P 

MacKenzie, K E 

55,274 

7,769 

Manji, A 

55,802 


Matthews, K L 


68,864 

457 


74,816 

2,080 

Matthews, RE 

MacKian, T P 

76,513 

3,912 

Mann, M 

65,461 

1,378 

Matthews, R G 

MacKie, AG 

73,168 

9,840 

Mann, R D 

71,221 

9,364 

Matthews, R L 

MacKie, R 

53,804 

8,646 

Manning, P 

66,423 

2,101 

Mattison, J S 

MacKillop, C J 

71,230 

5,499 

Manning, S 

62,348 

5,561 

Mattson, M N 

Mackin, C L 

50,464 


Manning, S 

50,540 


Mattson, N T 

MacKinnon, D 

61,869 

5,597 

Mansell, D C 

54,230 

276 

Mattson, R 

MacKinnon, D R 

52,497 

254 

Manuel, R 

69,529 

288 

Matviw, DM 

MacKinnon, J A 

63,412 

15,584 

Manz, T 

52,724 


Matysek, P 

Mackintosh, J A 

64,096 

614 

Manzano, S E 

51,846 

4,390 

Matzen, T W 

Macklin, V M 

50,359 

1,456 

Maranda, P 

73,374 

6,830 

Mau, RL 

Mackrill, K J 

54,947 


Marc, J 

51,560 

1,336 

Mauch, G 

Maclachlan, T H 

76,355 

10,428 

Marcantonio, L E 

71,325 

15,216 

Maundrell, P 

MacLaren, D 

61,310 


Mark, K 

52,055 

2,405 

Maurer, W B 

MacLaren, L M 

50,909 

5,161 

Markham, R 

61,869 

2,158 

Mawle, J L 

MacLauchlan, L E 

50,584 

12,017 

Markides, H J 

64,515 

24,441 

Maximchuk, F W 

MacLean, C 

62,202 

4,040 

Marks, S 

50,359 

432 

Maxnuk, M D 

MacLean, K J 

61,863 

1,348 

Markwart, A E 

62,227 

5,643 

Maxwell, D 

MacLean, N R 

56,114 

3,653 

Marlatt, D E 

63,538 

16,714 

Maxwell, D 

MacLean, P J 

51,630 

2,698 

Marlatt, P N 

55,192 

2,601 

Maxwell, H G 

MacLean, W M 

76,501 

11,153 

Marolla, F 

50,359 

2,985 

Maxwell, J A 

Maclellan, S 

50,311 

1,705 

Marr, D G 

59,748 

2,382 

Maxwell, R E 

MacLennan, K N 

56,025 

3,164 

Marriott, J R 

51,936 

792 

May, D K 

MacLeod, AD 

66,185 


Marriott, M A 

76,501 

5,079 

May, J 

MacLeod, B R 

52,569 

3,302 

Marshall, D S S 

52,962 

434 

May, N P 

Maclise, A A 

53,814 

1,775 

Marshall, J D 

50,454 

2,082 

May, R C 

Maclure, M 

57,567 


Marshall, J R 

50,441 

1,114 

Mayhew, R L 

MacMath, D S 

61,869 

4,110 

Marshall, K A 

56,877 

4,788 

Maynard, D 

MacMillan, J 

51,724 

1 4,904 

Marshall, R F 

64,868 

1,321 

Maynard, E L 

MacMillan, R DC 

57,200 

8,557 

Marshall, R W 

50,583 

1,380 

Maynard, F J T 

MacMinn, E G 

114,774 


Marshall, W J 

59,496 

5,764 

Maynes, S S 

MacNab, D W 

63,618 

2,211 

Marson, D J 

50,171 

2,953 

Mazuch, L 

Macnair, PL 

50,828 

1,927 

Marston, RE 

51,756 

776 

Mazur, S L 

MacNeill, C 1 

61,869 

3,632 

Martell, L 

56,432 

615 

McAdams, L P 

MacPhail, J.. . 

61 556 


Martens, M 

55,944 

970 

McAfee, K P 

MacPherson, D F C 

66,126 

3,458 

Martin, A D 

63,357 

17,354 

McAllister, J M 

MacPherson, N W 

61,869 

3,341 

Martin, D 

59,754 


McAmmond, L 

MacPherson, R 1 

51,502 

230 

Martin, D 

69,249 

1,197 

McAra, P K 

Macqueen, E 

51,684 

2,842 

Martin, D L 

56,114 

2,069 

McArthur, J G 

MacRae, J M 

76,720 

2,888 

Martin, E J N 

52,362 

903 

McAuley, ME 

MacSween, D 1 

66,185 

13,231 

Martin, G D 

54,033 

1,043 

McAvity, J P M 

MacTaggart, A A 

67,750 

11,149 

Martin, K D F 

55,042 

3,951 

McBratney, T 

Madeley, P 

60,366 

531 

Martin, L 1 

64,987 

8,495 

McBride, A K 

Madhok, B M 

68,467 

5,684 

Martin, M 

50,733 

8,429 

McBride, B L 

Madill, J P 

66,186 

4,562 

Martin, PT 

71,221 

3,518 

McBride, J 

Madill, M 

53,321 

8,150 

Martin, S 

57,358 

6,402 

McBride, M 

Madsen, PR 

53,995 

2,238 

Martin, SC 

50,986 

4,101 

McBride, S A 

Maftechuk, T 

52,550 

541 

Martin, W L 

56,708 

435 

McCagherty, G 

Magdanz, H AO 

59,459 

4,843 

Martiquet, P 

66,178 

7,981 

McCaghey, W D 


Salary 

$ 

55,286 

70,293 

63,916 

74,965 

50,619 

54,611 

91,264 

55,367 

56,143 

56,875 

52.769 
61,541 
60,762 
70,977 
50,431 
77,799 
75,300 
51,091 
71,221 
59,824 
78,622 

57.117 

65.148 
54,109 
62,278 

71.709 
56,877 
65,395 
53,618 
56,025 
74,133 
71,451 
66,183 
53,277 

56.988 
80,827 
71,375 
51,688 
57,742 
51,964 
66,183 

59.513 
66,678 

66,185 
53,862 
53,311 
58,701 
60,207 
60,485 

53.710 

57.513 
50,834 

66.148 
52,543 
50,353 

50.988 
53,053 

50.117 
58,406 
81,479 
76,501 

66.185 
52,242 
56,102 
56,656 
51,227 
70,833 

50.770 
87,114 
57,792 
61,869 
51,345 
62,351 

66.186 
76,501 
59,016 
56,204 


I 27 


Travel 

$ 

8,838 

4.038 
13,721 
12,725 

12 

15,391 

2,288 

284 

1,304 

1,976 

21,023 

857 

82 

567 

1,234 

16,538 

409 

2,791 

9,790 

4,497 

1,509 
1,163 
10,813 
14,938 
1,888 
2,375 
14,933 
6,091 
1 1,289 
4,365 
19,765 
1,054 
1,120 
23,790 
9,545 
592 
9,350 
2,987 
8,156 
8,233 
297 
11,245 

6.038 
1 1,787 

6,527 

454 

5,822 

4,010 

1,451 

1,480 

7.115 
472 

11,953 

331 

6,112 

550 

8,381 

10,637 

579 

270 

5,526 

724 

2,600 

6.116 
3,548 
7,015 

2,642 

6,281 

1,890 

12,208 

5,136 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


128 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

McCaig, V A 

51,561 

627 

McIntosh, D W 

63,275 

10 

McPherson, D 

56,497 

6,987 

McCammon, M J 

57,232 

2,461 

McIntyre, J H 

54,992 

1,032 

McQuatt, G A 

50,358 

1,519 

McCandless, R 

80,01 7 

5,268 

Mclsaac, C E 

57,995 

494 

McRae, DG 

67,739 

1,736 

McCarthy, E 

50,817 

3,928 

McKay, D C 

64,928 

4,913 

McReynolds, W 

62,018 


McCartney, K 

53,839 

26,950 

McKay, E 

55,072 

6,442 

McRuer, J A 

50,804 

2,148 

McCartney, R 

54,525 

792 

McKay, G J 

52,362 


McSheffrey, H 

69,804 

964 

McCaughey, B 

63,217 

2,577 

McKay, G L 

61,850 

15,885 

McTaggart-Cowan,J 

74,838 

21,689 

McCausland, M 

73,138 

6,638 

McKay, J 

56,114 

5,514 

Meade, S W 

68,516 

7,702 

McClarnon, J P 

56,872 

785 

McKay, R G 

53,732 

6,581 

Meaney, P J 

53,871 

2,475 

McClary, J D 

57,811 

5,594 

McKay, R L 

51,239 

942 

Medd, L 

101,747 

3,024 

McClelland, G J 

59,307 

800 

McKay, S 

53,403 

34 

Medlar, B W 

68,066 

6,578 

McClure, S B 

56,567 

6,862 

McKean, CJ P 

54,038 

10,512 

Medynski,A 

52,280 

1,510 

McColl, D C 

76,501 

2,132 

McKechnie, R 

56,743 

2,325 

Meekison, W G 

101,106 

4,656 

McComb, N J 

52,360 

7,836 

McKee, D 1 

50,909 

2,628 

Meeson, J H 

52,362 

2,585 

McConnachie, AH 

60,491 

3,405 

McKee, G D 

57,852 

7,822 

Megannety, P , 

56,517 

46 

McConnell, 1 A 

73,440 

5,433 

McKee, J C 

59,901 


Mehr, E F 

60,315 

10,570 

McConvey, J L 

62,760 

2,521 

McKee, K 

56,114 

142 

Meidinger, D V 

62,704 

13,065 

McCooeye, E 

53,290 

3,087 

McKeen, KJ 

62,346 

3,026 

Meidinger, J F 

71,221 

11,894 

McCormick, R W 

50,506 

14,615 

McKeever, R E 

61,733 

4,792 

Mellor, 1 K 

66,186 

3,308 

McCormick, W 

51,086 

3,547 

McKeigan, J L 

50,210 

76 

Mel lor, M 

52,362 

5,289 

McCracken, J W 

82,111 

14,813 

McKellar, E 

59,660 

158 

Melnick, G L 

52,089 

1,556 


57,372 



51,844 

4,923 

Melnychuk, D 

54,559 

2,782 

McCrimmon, N A 

66’ 185 

1,608 

McKenzie, B D 

56,114 

3,662 

Melville, D 

68,314 

14,129 

McCulloch, B W 

77,875 

14,029 

McKenzie, C 

52,498 

7,871 

Menchions, S 

50,195 


McCulloch, J G 

54,681 

3,421 

McKenzie, F B 

56,793 

13,014 

Menes, R 

61,225 

7,589 

McCullough, W 

76,475 

5,016 

McKenzie, W A 

52,850 

3,839 

Menning, J 

72,382 

1,603 

McCurdy, G 

70,703 

342 

McKeown, T D 

64,770 


Mercado, P 

51,606 


McDermid, D 

57,784 

321 

McKerricher, B D 

51,096 

540 

Mercer, GW 

61,869 

5,493 

McDiarmid, R S 

63,990 

1,135 

McKillop, D W 

54,552 

445 

Mercer, L 

53,403 

1,459 

McDicken, J D 

66,186 

4,087 

McKillop, G R 

68,371 

14,153 

Mercer, W G 

73,927 

772 


52,170 

18 


55,154 

590 

Merchant, B 1 

59,465 

4,146 

McDonald, D G 

81 '621 

12,047 

McKinlay, A R 

66,185 

1,468 

Meredith, AM 

66,901 

7,971 

McDonald, D M 

52,705 

493 

McKinlay, B R 

67,783 

2,461 

Meret, L 

75,589 

5,909 

McDonald, L 

50,613 

6,564 

McKinley, PS 

54,833 

22,226 

Merkel, L L 

63,560 

6,067 

McDonald, P 

55,205 

48 

McKinney, R J 

56,114 

1,889 

Merler, H 

58,327 

6,031 

McDonald, R G 

80,830 

26,519 

McKinnon, K 1 

51,509 

87 

Merner, G B 

52,103 

2,987 

McDonald, R ) 

66,185 

2,552 

McKinnon, M 

50,511 

535 

Mero, A 

66,206 

16,234 

McDonald, T D 

50,007 

903 

McKinstry, J 

62,369 

743 

Merrell, R J 

53,869 

1,346 

McDonnell, AW 

61,469 

8,712 

McKitrick, N 

50,346 


Merry, G R 

60,605 

1,581 

McDougall, 1 

57,153 


McLachlan, M 

53,495 

7,324 

Merryweather, J 

58,306 

1,838 

McDougall, R 

61,745 

8,249 

McLaren, G P 

67,751 

9,934 

Merta, RE 

50,796 

53 

McDowell, DM 

56,311 

10,950 

McLauchlan, P 

53,816 


Mertton, J G 

61,148 

10,245 

McDuffe, N B 

56,327 

571 

McLaughlin, K L 

56,090 

7,869 

Meskas, J D 

50,920 


McEachern, H H 

55,322 

3,514 

McLaughlin, M 

76,582 


Messenger, S 

52,272 

1,467 

McEachern, R E 

80,882 

15,529 

McLaughlin, R S 

63,104 

5,284 

Messent, R A 

76,579 


McElroy, S A 

55,824 

1,170 

McLean, A M 

54,651 

173 

Messer, R P 

58,225 

5,589 

McElroy, W ) 

50,077 

5,207 

McLean, D B 

50,269 


Mester, R 

58,588 

2,867 

McEvoy, C A 

55,654 

3,833 

McLean, D C 

54,469 

672 

Meunier, C P 

73,205 

14,843 

McEwan, S E 

55,002 

4,052 

McLean, R 

59,869 

1,680 

Meurs, B M 

66,185 

10,504 

McEwen, R 

71,221 

3,011 

McLean, WE 

52,486 

4,816 

Meuser, PE 

59,664 

7,584 

McFarland, M E 

56,1 14 

913 

McLellan, B 

60,939 

4,071 

Meyer zu Erpen, W J 

50,720 

867 

McFarland, P 

62,586 

2,334 

McLellan, B H 

56,344 

210 

Meyer, C 

51,077 


McFarland, P 

57,911 

4,620 

McLellan, W 

54,490 

836 

Meyer, K 

51,398 

175 

McFarlane, J D 

50,206 

304 

McLenehan, RE 

56,659 

10,016 

Meyer, TV 

61,947 

5,711 

McFarlane, M E 

67,660 

245 

McLeod, H C 

60,594 

1 1 ,949 

Meyers, D L 

70,940 

2,898 

McFarlane, P A 

52,937 

18,242 

McMillan, D G 

62,667 

2,065 

Meyers, RE 

63,618 

8,154 

McFaul, J F .....' 

50,592 

1,764 

McMillan, H A 

56,743 

5,625 

Michaels, A 

59,512 

7,550 

McGarrigle, M J 

61,955 

11,667 

McMillan, LA 

50,995 

2,057 

Michaelsen, L 

50,664 

2,434 

McGhie, G W 

66,678 

15 

McMillan, N J 

53,890 

3,040 

Michalko, M J 

53,572 

1,296 

McGillivray, L 

52,362 

2,941 

McMillan, R J 

67,407 

6,979 

Michaux, C M 

56,608 

1,652 

McGinn, R W 

85,677 

10,043 

McMillan, WJ 

71,221 

8,545 

Michell, J G B 

57,380 

26,351 

McGonigal, J B 

54,996 

2,147 

McMorran, K 1 

56,114 

8,124 

Michell, R 

51,819 

307 

McGorman, B W 

61,230 

7,098 

McMullan, E 

71,221 

684 

Michiel, D 

52,501 

13,729 

McGowan, G 

52,065 

127 

McMullan, W L 

54,995 

713 

Michielin, P 

52,434 

2,273 

McGraw, 1C 

53,094 

6,138 

McMullen, B R W 

51,445 

4,483 

Mickel, R 

53,245 

5,308 

McGregor, J 

78,667 

8,875 

McNabb, LA 

80,526 

12,725 

Middleton, B M 

61,869 

4,951 

McGrenere, M F 

60,918 

1,276 

McNally, B H 

64,894 

4,506 

Middleton, H R 

61,417 

4,221 

McGuire, C 

66,655 


McNaughton, R B 

71,221 

2,123 

Middleton, R 

52,850 


McGuire, J R K 

66,097 

20,743 

McNay, RS 

55,651 

1,306 

Mignault, G 

66,906 

4,651 

McGuire, L B 

66,186 

2,891 

McNee, J M .. . 

55,302 

5,183 

Miguez, D . 

66 185 

879 

McGunigle, B 

61,908 

426 

McNeil, M 

76,653 

7,501 

Mihalynuk, M 

59,470 

3,856 

McHaffie, D S 

58,951 

2,937 

McNeil, R Y 

57,266 

4,824 

Mikasko, D D 

71,221 

1,830 

McHale, DR 

50,588 

1,190 

McNeill, SB 

52,464 

1,996 

Milbrath, K R 

61,869 

4,691 

McHale, J 

64,318 

2,317 

McNulty, DC 

52,362 

87 

Milburn, P R 

62,971 

9,459 

Mcllhargey, A 

55,443 


McParland, B E 

52,692 

1,869 

Miles, K H 

66,043 

2,430 

Mclnnis, P 

51,344 

1,096 

McPeek, M S 

54,589 


Mill, J W 

61,800 

10,097 

McIntosh, D K 

68,089 

6,331 

McPhail, D G 

63,560 

6,256 

Millar, D C 

76,757 

28,941 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 



Salary 

T ravel 


Salary 

Travel 



$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


Millar, J S 

102,188 

1 3,092 

Mohrmann, R H 

53,256 

2,998 

Morrison, R 

Millar, K M 

57,377 

1 7,895 

Moi, AC 

61,860 

1,032 

Morrow, D J 

Millar, R R 

64,868 

2,226 

Moi, W 

59,333 

674 

Morton, BA 

Millard, C 

63,522 

6,357 

Moilliet, D 

61,859 


Morton, D L 

Millbank, G G 

51,677 

6,340 

Moir, A R 

66,185 

11,566 

Morton, G 

Miller, A 

59,242 

11,862 

Molnar, P 

50,112 

6,184 

Morton, G 

Miller, A S 

73,263 

9,629 

Molodowich, J 

53,826 


Morton, V E 

Miller, B 

51,827 

965 

Molsberry, C R 

58,796 

586 

Mosby, G E 

Miller, B J 

51,290 

5,421 

Molyneux, K A 

50,717 

4,473 

Moses, J 

Miller, B L 

52,819 

4,219 

Monchak, D K 

53,293 

877 

Mosher, C 

Miller, B P 

52,362 

2,206 

Moncur, W W 

60,944 

472 

Mosher, C J 

Miller, D E 

50,589 

903 

Monette, AG 

63,610 

4,421 

Moss, R K 

Miller, D J 

50,379 


Money, L M 

52,461 

1,578 

Mossey, J E 

Miller, D M 

61,869 

2,556 

Monier, P 

52,847 

1,860 

Mossington, D 

Miller, DRC 

58,008 

5,401 

Monk, G J 

59,129 

2,160 

Mothersill, J 

Miller, DW 

59,459 

8,200 

Monkhouse, B 

63,500 

5,648 

Mothus, E 

Miller, EH 

70,409 

5,410 

Monnette, HA 

66,186 

8,145 

Mouat, D 

Miller, F G 

55,546 

2,282 

Monroe, K R 

61,869 

2,539 

Mould, R N 

Miller, G E 

71,221 

11,784 

Monteith, ME 

71,131 

4,311 

Mountenay, S L 

Miller, GW 

61,869 


Moody, DM 

63,217 

656 

Mousseau, M 

Miller, 1C 

58,576 

5,510 

Moody, J E 

61,454 

2,284 

Mowatt, G M 

Miller, K 

71,221 

9,108 

Moody, R 

52,362 


Mowrey, B L 

Miller, KR 

51,360 

2,484 

Mooney, K 

53,470 

643 

Moy, W W 

Miller, P 

55,508 


Moore, B L 

50,358 

9,180 

Moyes, E 

Miller, R G 

71,221 

4,525 

Moore, CM 

64,150 

3,953 

Mueller, E 

Miller, RJ 

80,827 

11,814 

Moore, D N 

62,233 

3,240 

Mueller, 1 

Miller, S 

67,738 

32 

Moore, E L 

51,121 

7,939 

Muir, J A 

Miller, S C 

69,499 

1,847 

Moore, G D 

53,369 

4,626 

Muir, R J 

Miller, W A 

51,661 

13,517 

Moore, G J A 

63,403 

2,289 

Muirhead, G 

Milliken, J M 

78,312 

13,647 

Moore, L 

66,185 

13,463 

Mulcaster-Law, H 

Millin, M A 

53,878 

6,063 

Moore, R G 

59,212 

2,132 

Mullan, J C 

Mills, F 

64,815 


Moore, T 

54,437 

1,640 

Mullan, R P 

Mills, PG 

62,000 

3,674 

Moore, TO 

76,501 

18,928 

Mullaney, R F 

Mills, SJC 

55,849 

1,253 

Moorehead, W 

105,396 

10,468 

Mullen, D 

Millward, W S 

72,164 

7,065 

Morahan,C 

61,842 

3,650 

Mullen, J R 

Milne, C R 

50,260 

15,321 

Moran, D 

58,572 

1,277 

Muller, R 

Milne, L D 

52,352 

946 

Moran, J R 

51,343 


Mullett, D F 

Milner, D 

59,378 

4,747 

Moran, K P 

53,589 

2,944 

Mulligan, R 

Milowsky, F 

76,501 

4,729 

Mordan, AM 

54,941 

979 

Mullin, J D 

Miltenberger, G 

60,605 

2,062 

More, S 

53,853 

6,010 

Munkley, D 

Milton, C 

59,266 


Morel, D 

55,126 


Munn, D J 

Milum, M R 

56,281 

2,764 

Morel, DP 

64,678 

21,345 

Munn, P L 

Min, B D 

51,334 

1,998 

Moreshead, J A 

50,951 


Munn, W D 

Minifie, S W 

61,869 

2,113 

Morgan, B C 

52,600 

1,748 

Munro, D 

Minnion, P G 

61,861 

7,748 

Morgan, J 

67,003 

13,850 

Munro, G D 

Minto, H 

67,420 

11,923 

Morgan, J 

50,280 


Munro, G J 

Mirza, M Y 

71,221 

8,480 

Morgan, JR 

50,589 

504 

Munro, M S 

Mist, L 

66,185 

5,360 

Morgan, K H 

56,114 

12,392 

Munro, S 

Mitchell, A S 

58,066 

2,576 

Morgan, R N 

58,717 

1,757 

Munro, WT 

Mitchell, C .... 

53,568 


Morgan, W B 

64,283 

8,475 

Murchie, D K 

Mitchell, E F 

56,307 

945 

Morhart, D 

59,355 

1,754 

Murdoch, 1 W 

Mitchell, G A 

62,339 

642 

Moricz, M 

53,638 

39 

Murgatroyd, M 

Mitchell, K A 

57,284 

2,162 

Morie, 1 

65,483 


Murphy, B C 

Mitchell, K J 

67,566 

9,267 

Morin, B W 

67,693 

13,843 

Murphy, B J 

Mitchell, L J 

52,144 

3,403 

Morison, N J 

59,709 

3,635 

Murphy, J 

Mitchell, L P 

51,685 

1,190 

Morley, G W 

57,058 

6,882 

Murphy, K 

Mitchell, M 

54,141 


Morley, J H 

63,571 

9,261 

Murphy, K J D 

Mitchell, R 

62,083 

1,545 

Morley, R L 

70,142 

22,307 

Murphy, P 

Mitchell, R D 

56,833 

1,306 

Morris, C J 

75,573 

19,512 

Murphy, T K 

Mitchell, WD 

80,834 


Morris, D 

76,813 

15,703 

Murray, A 

Mitchell, W K 

74,702 

16,506 

Morris, D D A 

50,286 

506 

Murray, D J 

Mitchell, W R 

59,459 

2,775 

Morris, D M 

72,553 

721 

Murray, EE 

Mitic, WR 

68,629 

12,149 

Morris, J R 

53,349 

2,043 

Murray, E T 

Mitten, C J L 

60,777 

4,816 

Morris, R A 

61,869 

117 

Murray, J 

Mitten, R L 

52,101 


Morrison, B 

52,856 

5,576 

Murray, R A 

Miyahara, L K 

54,837 

2,817 

Morrison, B T 

50,330 

1,881 

Murray, S E 

Mjolsness, R L 

58,684 

11,572 

Morrison, C J 

55,888 

199 

Murray, W 

Mochizuki, R K 

51,704 

3,916 

Morrison, D 

63,433 

2,739 

Murtha, M F 

Moen, B 

54 1 19 


Morrison, D 

57,104 


Murthi, J N 

Moen, B W 

50,770 

1,678 

Morrison, D C 

59,388 

5,872 

Musgrave, R 

Moffat, B 

60,854 


Morrison, D J 

55,826 

5,809 

Mussio, J J 

Moffat, G 

54,036 

3,628 

Morrison, 1 A 

66,185 

6,161 

Muth, N D 

Moffat, G A 

52,441 

1,764 

Morrison, K 

57,768 

6,345 

Myers, HE 

Moffatt, HD 

66,185 

11,927 

Morrison, L W 

52,115 

2,390 

Myers, L 

Moffatt, L W 

68,210 

2,920 

Morrison, MM 

50,881 

998 

Myers, M 

Mogensen, N 

69 796 

1,972 

Morrison N R 

50 200 

3,483 

Myers, R J 

Mohamed, ) 

50,100 

1,882 

Morrison, P 

55,635 

8,786 

Nadarajan, V 


Salary 

$ 

61,869 

72,852 

82,625 

59.106 
66,769 
52,444 
66,206 
53,635 
66,662 
52,596 
51,662 
61,869 
52,678 
68,800 
50,137 
51,070 
52,115 
62,812 

52.362 
56,003 
52,283 
50,01 1 

54.182 
66,185 
64,862 
55,067 

63.763 
50,955 
72,618 
58,219 
72,163 
64,533 
71,221 

63.755 
55,936 
56,734 
52,179 

84.183 
80,827 
69,350 
72,927 
82,935 
57,466 

55.763 
51,569 
60,887 

75.756 
61,050 
69,200 
57,573 
63,879 
60,313 
50,359 
54,767 
55,246 
59,556 
50,944 
50,063 
53,331 
51,583 
62,396 
76,501 
55,873 
56,961 
58,367 
51,822 
59,716 

61.363 
52,694 
53,711 

80.830 
78,020 
58,704 

53.831 
50,170 

73.106 
52,362 


I 29 


Travel 

$ 

3,160 

5,252 

4,655 

4,275 

1,248 

9,820 

3,049 

21,574 

242 

11,621 

233 


5,749 

3,149 

3,241 

723 

1,126 

61 

1,936 

898 

4,207 

558 

5,026 

2,363 

1,327 

217 

12,110 

4,005 

3,702 

3,346 

927 

3,578 

5,713 

11,219 

16,063 

5,973 

16,096 

4,453 

4,631 

19,557 

19,189 

15,856 

2,652 


604 

14,237 

7,124 

12,469 

1,871 

4,061 

2,716 

11,104 

12,101 

8,026 

2,845 

9,754 

54 

19,116 

193 

3,820 

7,901 

8,303 

6,546 

3,000 

372 

11,434 

24 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 30 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

T ravel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Nadeau, E F 

61,869 

4,134 

Nilsen, D L 

66,185 

4,352 

Opal, ES 

66,983 

6,520 

Nagai, W 

50,354 

4,731 

Nimmo, D W 

51,437 

1,567 

Ord, R 

54,937 

8,974 

Nagpal, N 

59,470 

1,009 

Nixon, D 

60,897 

7,396 

Ormrod, D J 

58,345 

4,002 

Nakamura, J N 

59,035 

5,120 

Nixon, G T 

59,445 

5,387 

Orosz, D 

63,917 

7,301 

Nakashoji, D 

56,467 

2,627 

Noble, C R 

54,720 

3,540 

Orr, J 

62,642 

4,923 

Nakatsu, D T 

59,642 

10,769 

Noble, R 

58,057 


Orr, T P Dr 

100,646 

11,130 

Nakoneshny, P 

60,455 

1,104 

Noble, W B 

53,092 

5,729 

Osachoff, L M 

57,553 

1,956 

Nanton, M R 

59,459 

1,524 

Nock, M 

67,738 

3,193 

Osberg, PM 

63,606 

20,053 

Nardi, R AM 

50,358 


Noel, S 

56,114 

3,577 

Osborne, A 

65,459 

4,952 

Narver, D W 

76,403 

14,027 

Nontell, K D 

58,493 

5,915 

Osborne, A M 

50,165 

1,293 

Nash, E 

63,606 

3,970 

Noort, T 

63,613 


Osborne, C R 

54,030 

1,970 

Nash, FW 

76,754 

576 

Nordin, H S 

56,114 

944 

Osland, R E 

63,560 

9,882 

Nash, O 

50,358 

1,534 

Nordin, R N 

53,862 

1,077 

Ostashek, G N 

69,916 

725 

Naspleda, L F 

50,455 

44 

Nordstrom, W N 

55,285 

13,125 

Ostby, RT 

71,222 

9,984 

Natsuhara, R K 

60,603 

1,313 

Norgren, R 

56,785 


Oswald, D L 

71,221 

5,946 

Navarro, N 1 

51,334 

3,566 

Norman, P 

50,828 

2,398 

Otchere-Boateng, J 

59,307 

11,050 

Nedoborski, J W 

58,790 

328 

Norman, P 

66,185 

4,170 

Otke, A B 

50,828 

2,332 

Nedokus, E 

57,407 

1,570 

Norman, V J 

54,461 

14,540 

Ottewell, R P 

61,188 

2,137 

Needham, J 

56,344 

377 

Norrie, K 

52,064 

12,952 

Ouellet, L 

63,272 

5,041 

Negraeff, J 

68,004 

9,957 

Norris, D J 

58,318 

12,081 

Ouellette, M 

53,869 

163 

Negrin, R G 

66,623 

434 

Norrish, R W 

52,362 

2,200 

Ouimet, R 

50,410 

13,473 

Neighbor, H W 

50,585 

2,959 

Northover, P J 

64,767 

14,646 

Ouston, E 

65,607 

131 

Neil, TO 

56,418 

10,525 

Norton, J M 

64,626 

11,414 

Overholt, G M 

58,559 

3,157 

Neily, J A 

62,369 

799 

Norton, W E 

76,501 

20,047 

Owen, J 

56,770 

1,142 

Nelms, S 

57,708 

1,756 

Nowotniak, E F 

52,489 

1,684 

Owen, L J 

59,470 

6,998 

Nelson, D 

52,764 


Nugent, C 

70,317 

268 

Owen, PH 

79,234 

8,910 

Nelson, D 

60,524 

2,037 

Numan, W H 

50,305 

9,700 

Owsianski, E W 

76,834 

6,717 

Nelson, 1 

51,443 

3,330 

Nuszdorfer, F C 

56,352 

3,953 

Ozawa, Y 

56,027 

1,736 

Nelson, J L 

59,470 

3,312 

Nuttall, G 

71,221 

7,420 

Paccagnella, A M 

53,466 


Nelson, J M 

61,869 

3,477 

Nyberg, J B 

63,560 

5,778 

Padmore, T C 

76,501 

13,729 

Nelson-Oxford, S 

50,326 

1,034 

Nygaard, K 

63,581 

3,701 

Paget, G D 

82,494 

10,949 

Nemeth, J 

61,213 

8,445 

Nyland, D 

71,221 

15,861 

Paige, R J 

61,869 

3,868 

Nesbit, DP 

57,307 

710 

Nymark, W 

73,436 


Paine, JC 

65,671 

2,708 

Nesbitt, R M 

51,237 

3,059 

Nyst, H 

59,492 

5,410 

Painter, R 

71,221 

6,766 

Nesbitt-Porter, H..: 

62,314 

3,416 

O'Brien, J J 

61,456 

5,407 

Pakrastins, A 

60,253 

363 

Neufeld, A E 

87,116 

4,489 

O'Brien, R G 

59,336 

642 

Palechek, N P 

59,605 

813 

Neufield, G 

63,288 

634 

O'Bryan, J P 

58,279 

1,431 

Palesch, D J 

50,362 

450 

Neville, F 

80,478 

652 

O'Byrne, Jr 

63,537 

503 

Pallai, A 

70,960 


Neville, L M 

55,630 

3,214 

O'Connor, K D 

57,802 

578 

Palm, PE 

61,154 

2,396 

Neville, R W 

63,780 

4,384 

O'Connor, S M 

60,630 

8,428 

Palmer, F G 

71,960 

14,710 

Newall, D R 

61,869 

2,717 

O'Henly, A G 

53,129 

12,971 

Palmer, J 

50,358 

103 

Newberry, J F 

81,376 

33,489 

O'Neil, DS 

55,428 

1,120 

Palmer, M 

50,611 

3,322 

Newburg, W C 

59,227 

542 

O'Neill, N D 

71,032 

2,721 

Palmer, MW 

51,210 


Newcomb, A J 

55,045 

3,593 

O'Shea, L J 

74,971 

2,108 

Pamplin, G B 

59,416 

2,521 

Newhouse, JR 

65,966 

17,377 

O'Bryan, A L 

53,973 

10,184 

Pang, S 

50,378 

3,850 

Newman, K J 

51,243 


O' Byrne, M J E 

52,708 

2,068 

Pankratz, D 

66,186 

7,200 

Newman, R 

50,864 

2,123 

O'Dette, L E J 

57,083 

2,193 

Panteleyev, A 

63,618 

5,132 

Newman, R E 

58,252 

540 

O'Gorman, D K P 

90,794 

3,434 

Pantella, D F 

66,028 

5,365 

Newman, W H 

51,230 

2,321 

O'Hare, J 

62,165 

10,828 

Panter, C G 

69,912 

10,100 

Newroth, PR 

61,869 

4,747 

O'Neill, ME 

52,362 


Panter, R R 

59,411 


Newsome, G A 

51,446 

1,785 

Oakley, BTJ 

61,791 

2,706 

Paranjpe, M A 

51,828 

2,904 

Newsome, T 

55,803 

3,258 

Oates, ML 

54,910 

2,072 

Pardy, J W 

51,683 

3,127 

Newton, D J 

52,362 


Obedkoff, W. ... 

59,427 

399 

Parfitt, D B ’ 

95,191 

26,551 

Newton, M 

77,629 

4,772 

Oberheide, R 

60,733 

830 

Parke, B 

71,145 

1,168 

Newton, P 

66,163 

3,156 

Odermatt, W J 

58,368 

1,866 

Parke, G A 

60,459 

600 

Newton, R M 

63,595 

1,608 

Offerhaus, R M 

52,362 

6,986 

Parker, C A 

57,092 

4,649 

Ng, P 

50,147 


Ogden, W L 

50,614 

10,767 

Parker, DR 

59,280 

7,226 

Ng, T L T 

56,114 

2,026 

Oh, J Y 

57,007 

14,753 

Parker, G 1 

62,144 

18,144 

Ngai, J W 

59,406 

1,902 

Ohlemann, K P 

56,114 

929 

Parker, R A 

84,679 

11,948 

Ngo, S W K 

51,344 

3,576 

Ohlhausen, K 1 

52,098 

1,485 

Parker, R J 

71,208 

12,646 

Nicholl, D 

56,667 


Ohlhausen, L 

56,097 

4,954 

Parkes, D R 

71,221 

9,372 

Nicholls, C 

57,308 

1,374 

Ohlmann, L J 

76,500 

15,114 

Parkinson, E A 

59,388 

6,310 

Nicholls, E 

65,318 

514 

Oldham, G E 

69,997 

5,620 

Parkinson, W 

52,635 

11,398 

Nicholls, G M 

55,638 

8,111 

Oldridge, R 

55,951 

5,362 

Parks, RE 

59,521 

15,039 

Nicholls, M 

75,573 

881 

Oliver, A L 

59,406 

9,557 

Parkyn, J H 

57,195 

5,227 

Nichols, G H 

71,221 

4,411 

Oliver, D W 

61,869 

1,635 

Parminter, D O 

59,198 

251 

Nichols, R W 

56,168 

1,132 

Oliver, M F 

67,957 

1,919 

Parminter, J V 

54,610 

8,103 

Nicholson, A 

64,012 

6,596 

Olsen, G 

71,749 

26,146 

Parnell, G G 

61,556 

15,629 

Nicholson, E A 

53,327 

3,008 

Olsen, J B 

59,317 

1,530 

Parrish, R 

50,517 

224 

Nickel, K P 

52,100 

2,199 

Olson, D 

68,067 

265 

Parrott, B J N 

77,590 

16,590 

Nickel, R A 

69,335 

10,971 

Olson, D A 

52,539 

258 

Parrott, G 

62,917 

2,890 

Nickel, S G 

50,358 

4,767 

Olson, L J 

63,171 

4,992 

Parry, N H 

51,180 

2,059 

Nicoletti, R 

56,693 

4,947 

Olson, M D 

66,396 

15,414 

Parsons, DC 

64,862 

6,078 

Nicoll, J M 

61,784 

4,226 

Olson, T K 

50,643 

962 

Parsons, D R 

71,221 

4,677 

Nielsen, J H 

57,909 

2,542 

Omidi, T 

61,869 

48 

Parsons, J E 

51,205 

4,800 

Niemann, T 

66,534 

3,077 

Omstead, G 

61,869 

5,623 

Parsons, M A 

53,876 

1,452 

Niezen, A H 

56,654 

1 2,944 

Omule, SAY 

63,606 

14,320 

Pascoe, M 

52,003 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


I 31 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Pashnik, PA 

71,221 

14,719 

Peschke, B 

56,035 

4,862 

Poitras, J 

50 224 

1 81 

Pasicnyk, V 

62^624 

2380 

Petch, L M 

56,877 

1,645 

Pojar, J J 

68336 

4,512 

Pastorek, J L 

62,343 

1,501 

Peter, TH 

71,221 

11,154 

Poje, DA 

61,714 

2,773 

Paterson, J 

58,650 

11,748 

Peters, K 

54,847 

2,550 

Poland, PT 

51,334 

2,772 


62,722 

963 


66,222 

1,762 

Pollack J C 

60 366 

7 61 8 

Pathak, R 

50313 


Peters’ TK 

59,797 

1,076 

Poliak, SC 

53389 

5^359 

Paton, AD 

56,385 

4,486 

Peters, WG 

54,110 

1,606 

Pollard, A R 

58,697 

2,117 

Patrick, DM 

91,010 

3,449 

Peters, W S 

58,790 

1,034 

Pollard, J D 

54,991 



79,037" 

1,606 


61,865 

364 

Pollard, JT 

79 297 

1 6,041 

Patterson, C 

55370 


Petersen, O J L 

54,921 

8,590 

Pollard, RF 

66,177 

2,431 

Patterson, D 

59,394 

4,477 

Peterson, CJ 

50,588 

17 

Pollard, WB 

51,901 


Patterson, D 

60,906 


Peterson, D G 

61,748 

16,139 

Pollen, W 

57,612 

864 

Patterson, G 

53,806 

909 

Peterson, E 

56,114 

1,036 

Pollock, A A 

66,185 

5,125 

Patterson, G 

71,795 


Peterson, J D 

64,739 

6,613 

Pollock, B L 

61,858 

11,298 

Patterson, J 

56,912 

381 

Peterson, KG 

50,589 

866 

Pollock, T 

67,601 

10,754 

Patterson, L T 

66,089 

16,415 

Peterson, R E 

63,908 

6,260 

Polstein, R J 

52,389 

670 

Patterson, R A 

73,440 

8,841 

Peterson, R J T 

64,191 

734 

Polysou, N 

66,204 

10,150 

Pattie, L G 

51,756 

4,115 

Peterson, T E 

51,115 

41 

Pomajzl, V 

59,406 

1,524 


59,970 



71,221 

23,050 

Pomerleau R 

61 869 

1,799 

Paul, N J 

73,440 

2,915 

Petit, C 

55,107 

Pommen, L W 

55313 

2371 

Paulson, S G 

59,470 

1,140 

Petkovic, AMO 

53,645 

1,960 

Pond, L A 

66,337 

5,844 

Payment, F 

51,510 

211 

Petrie, M A 

76,501 

638 

Poohachoff, W 

62,788 

4,751 

Paynter, J P 

62,637 

2,053 

Pettigrew, K B 

50,358 

1,767 

Poole, G A 

56,114 

1,478 

Payton, S F 

61,117 

1,341 

Pettit, D 

91,844 

1,964 

Poole, K E 

50,013 

838 

Pearce, D G 

80,627 

16,274 

Pettit, R W 

66,186 

11,971 

Poon, FSH 

50,158 

623 

Pearce, W A 

84,328 

6,858 

Petty, A J 

75,061 

12,438 

Pope, D 

52,886 

4,360 

Pearcy, B 

56,114 

4,013 

Pew, J G 

53,022 

10,111 

Porcina, R A 

57,116 

7,713 


59,487 

20,755 

Pfannenschmidt, HW.... 

51,351 

1,514 

Porritt, B 

59,491 

2,461 

Pearson, W S 

62312 

1 o’ 503 

Pfeifer, MB 

66,500 

378 

Porter, B J 

52,362 

Pechnik, WE 

62,111 

1,129 

Pfeifle, E 

63,940 

320 

Porter, D D 

54,313 

998 

Peck, D N 

62,594 

7,105 

Pflanz, O H 

62,038 

4,105 

Portree, J D 

59,470 

3,666 

Peckover, N 

54,721 

902 

Pflug, M J 

60,817 

13,786 

Posnikoff, S E 

59,094 

5,390 

Peden, A E 

52,362 

3,316 

Phalen, W A 

50,374 

11,583 

Postl, W 

51,174 

2,558 

Pedersen, D 

54,113 

64 

Phelan, WE 

61,869 

1,415 

Potter, RE 

66,082 

3,008 

Pedersen, L 

75,498 

21,394 

Phelan, W G 

56,599 

1,077 

Pottinger, J G 

72,553 

5,164 

Pedersen, MC 

51,661 

16,052 

Phelps, L 

53,558 


Poulos, G J 

52,362 

34 

Pedersen, R A 

52,273 

389 

Philip, HG 

59,459 

5,004 

Poulton, M J 

80,711 

11,694 

Pedneault, H 

66,186 

5,547 

Philley, T 

59,849 


Poutney, R 

63,829 

5,142 

Peebles, J A 

66,185 

4,946 

Phillips, AG 

52,362 

7,439 

Powell, G E 

57,382 

175 

Peet, D H 

72,160 

7,309 

Phillips, B 

66,234 

2,885 

Powell, H G 

76,501 

10,746 

Peet, H 

62,801 

Phillips, B 

58,961 

6,700 

Powell, J S 

81,609 

5,047 

Peitzsche, LA 

54,988 

3,703 

Phillips, D 

61,869 

5,986 

Power, C G 

55,488 

3,411 

Pelchat, M K 

58,904 

5,744 

Phillips, G 

50,739 

3,861 

Power, F J 

60,125 

875 

Pellatt, R J 

71,221 

1,273 

Phillips, J 

71,221 

11,547 

Poznikoff, F F 

53,978 

6,774 

Pellett, K A 

52,362 

8,148 

Phillips,] 

53,476 

515 

Pratt, KEG 

62,667 

51 

Pemble, D W 

51,910 

2,827 

Phillips, JF 

63,538 

14,476 

Pratt, LAS 

52,187 

2,403 

Pendergast, BA 

65,854 

5,033 

Phillips, JH 

50,359 


Pratt, R 

51,222 

5,574 

Pendergast, L J 

51,493 


Phillips, KW 

52,455 

752 

Pratt, R J 

57,152 

7,341 

Pendergast, W K 

69,868 

3,977 

Philpott, D 

51,650 

1,799 

Pratt, W A 

67,202 


Pendl, FT 

60,514 

6,448 

Philpott, DC 

50,365 

2,645 

Prelusky, AG 

68,978 

3,276 

Penner, BP 

56,358 


Phipps, AO 

70,458 

6,433 

Premischook, JO 

61,869 


Penner, GW 

61,869 

18,359 

Pickering, J R 

71,221 

4,531 

Prentice, T A 

71,217 


Penner, H 

58,249 

8,757 

Pierlot, B 

69,845 


Prentice, W 

56,114 

6,722 

Penner, J 

51,729 


Pietila, J J 

52,550 

1,491 

Preston, P J 

52,628 

5,424 

Penner, K R 

50,127 

8,299 

Pietraszek, E 

71,221 

3,981 

Preston, R 

50,358 

1,149 

Penner, R 

56,669 

9,257 

Piggin, DJ 

58,298 

64 

Preston, T W 

52,064 

3,019 

Penner, R J 

68,345 

4,898 

Pike, S J 

51,683 

13,946 

Preto, VAG 

71,221 

7,760 

Penner, WC 

66,186 

7,888 

Pike, W 

72,553 

66 

Prette, S G 

53,187 

584 

Penny, B 

55,613 

604 

Pinkerton, G E 

58,005 

8,860 

Prevett, D W 

78,312 

4,072 

Penonzek, F 

61,869 

8,831 

Pinsent, R H 

54,357 

4,779 

Price, B 

51,854 

3,147 

Pentland, R D 

50,523 

285 

Pi res, B J 

53,870 


Price, E S 

76,513 

9,974 

Peppier, J C 

61,791 

3,382 

Pirsel, C 

55,756 

2,933 

Price, G D 

75,280 

271 

Perchie, R W 

55,289 

8,649 

Pitzel, J P 

55,669 

1 7,059 

Price, J B 

59,470 

1,578 

Percival, L R 

50,352 

8,464 

Planiden, AD 

61,300 

1 6,000 

Price, K 

56,093 

296 

Pereira, C 

55,100 

4,462 

Plant, A 

67,683 

Price, L D 

55,995 

10,002 

Pereverzoff, S A 

71,221 

4,002 

Plant J E 

52,266 

5,288 

Price, R F B 

54,526 

3,213 

Perkins, G L 

50,425 

1,679 

Plante, Y B O 

55,775 

359 

Price, TW 

56,114 

2,301 

Perkins, M A 

51,288 

4,549 

Platt, W 

50,358 

3,910 

Price, W A 

52,969 

21,477 

Perkins, P 

54,622 

2,394 

Platteel, F 

66,185 

14,554 

Priebatsch, PE 

52,362 

5,784 

Perras, J J 

57,796 

2,093 

Pletz,J AG 

54,193 


Prill, R A 

50,453 

575 

Perreault, D G 

50,770 

6,798 

Plewes, R K 

52,523 

1,744 

Prinsze, MW 

59,492 

3,917 

Perrin, D J 

88,411 

2,687 

Plotnikoff, J P 

66,185 

11,537 

Pritchard, M 

51,906 

1,485 

Perron, R A 

66,395 

10,135 

Plottel, M J 

62,094 

3,044 

Pritchard, R 

54,191 

86 

Perry, A 

56,310 


Plunkett, PA 

70,438 

11,663 

Profili, W 

52,655 

3,136 

Perry, BH 

52,362 

1,246 

Pobran, T T 

54,088 

4,834 

Prokop, R G 

61,869 

21,210 

Perry, C E 

70,596 

14,731 

Podgorenko L 

50,358 

6,589 

Pronker, V 

51,814 

1,638 

Perry, K 

50,487 

1,766 

Poets, R F 

59,297 

697 

Proudfoot, M A 

69,552 

8,831 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 32 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Proulx, C C G 

63,848 

1,073 

Read, D V P 

51,701 

4,379 

Riedler, H M 

75,181 

865 

Prout, D 

63,497 

10,858 

Reay, K 

50,651 

6,559 

Rieger, G 

68,781 

530 

Proverbs, T B 

68,793 

22,897 

Rebagliati, D A 

63,590 

5,880 

Rikley, B V 

69,108 

24,067 

Prowse, D C 

70,816 

3,372 

Rebantad, R D 

56,764 

3,734 

Riley, D 

55,709 


Proznick, N 

52,362 

853 

Rector, R C 

55,737 

6,804 

Ringstad, NR 

61,051 

15,505 

Prue, K 

56,913 


Redding, G J 

56,114 

1,817 

Ringwood, P B 

66,185 

3,690 

Pryce, B L 

53,699 

3,182 

Redding, M E 

64,754 


Riou, A E 

61,869 

398 

Pryce, C J 

54,083 

3,333 

Redecopp, S 

52,917 

2,505 

Riplinger, W 

53,227 

484 

Pryce, JR 

60,581 

1,382 

Redford, D J 

76,734 

3,725 

Rippon, R A 

58,748 

12,349 

Puhallo, W P 

66,304 

9,238 

Redford, J W 

71,373 

11,935 

Risby, S O 

56,114 

11,986 

Puls, R 

53,264 

34 

Redman, EC 

66,185 

15,671 

Rissling, J P 

51,285 

2,125 

Purcell, DR 

58,055 

2,897 

Redwick, W 

77,168 

744 

Ritchie, D 

64,538 

7,118 

Purdon, E A 

50,589 

347 

Reed, C 

61,869 

6,283 

Ritchie, R S 

58,460 

481 

Purdon, R E 

53,445 

2,888 

Reed, G G 

52,959 

10,848 

Ritmiller, C 

53,914 


Purdy, D G 

51,334 

964 

Rees, A J 

61,869 

3,449 

Rivard, JR 

50,588 

1,282 

Purdy, T O D 

50,224 


Reeve, N A 

63,814 

1,326 

Rivard, R A 

50,561 

262 

Purgavie, R 

50,735 

1,933 

Reeves, R J 

72,528 

5,722 

Rivera, A G 

53,591 

8,164 

Purvis, M D 

51,803 

7,975 

Regnerus, R 

51,933 

379 

Roadhouse, B C 

59,386 

2,251 

Puskaric, J 

55,349 

33 

Reich, C D G 

51,053 

6,617 

Robb, DA 

61,905 

10,594 

Puttonen, P K 

50,337 

14,651 

Reichenback, G H 

59,945 

3,030 

Robb, R H 

55,823 

2,071 

Pyper, J 

62,389 

1,267 

Reicker, T E 

51,675 

1,164 

Robbins, G 

51,268 


Quackenbush, W 

50,136 

1,921 

Reid, BJ 

52,469 

2,968 

Robbins, M A 

55,613 

2,708 

Quan, K F 

50,358 

376 

Reid, D 

58,213 

5,728 

Robbins, S L 

61,869 

2,779 

Quaroni, V 

61,725 

7,094 

Reid, D S 

62,547 

4,098 

Roberge, L R 

56,192 

7,831 

Quarry, W N 

50,359 

4,132 

Reid, G E 

59,388 

2,161 

Roberge, R F 

50,427 

438 


63 538 

6 091 

Reid JA .... 

51,440 


Roberts, B ... 

56 1 14 

7,251 

Quast, HW.’ 

88,444 

702 

RekL RT 

55,709 

7,081 

Roberts, D 

71,158 

19,569 

Quee, J 

55,894 

4,342 

Reid, S P 

56,792 

7,746 

Roberts, DA 

50,359 


Quibell, R A 

68,033 

13,435 

Reid, S P 

61,869 

5,474 

Roberts, D G 

60,196 

5,315 

Quinn, M J 

58,113 

11,365 

Reid, T 

64,326 

4,040 

Roberts, D W 

68,372 

8,253 

Quinn, M J 

53,817 

6,487 

Reilly, MC 

80,410 

5,661 

Roberts, G A 

76,249 

13,441 

Quinn, N 

61,869 

1,645 

Reimche, R W 

56,114 

12,961 

Roberts, M 

58,026 

6,227 

Quinn, W A 

56,975 

6,881 

Reimer, D L 

51,755 

646 

Roberts, R H 

76,501 

6,601 

Quinn, W E 

58,160 

7,390 

Reimer, E H 

77,653 

3,386 

Roberts, T 

74,154 

20,293 

Raatz, R D 

50,022 

2,482 

Reimer, G A 

76,501 

8,292 

Robertson, D 

72,856 

452 

Radloff, B J 

58,993 

7,976 

Reimer, J 

54,552 


Robertson, D N 

61,869 

1,786 

Rae, LI 

59,378 

6,709 

Reimer, R J 

61,869 

2,023 

Robertson, 1 J 

69,796 

6,030 

Rae, V M 

51,172 

1,720 

Reinhold, C 

52,362 


Robertson, J 

57,233 

1,009 

Rafuse, B F 

71,221 

7,903 

Rekart, ML 

103,887 

11,310 

Robertson, J D 

52,749 

2,009 

Raine, R J 

66,990 

5,079 

Reksten, D E 

59,318 

1,564 

Robertson, J P 

66,144 

9,078 

Rainer, D 

59,583 

246 

Remedios, 1 A 

50,770 

833 

Robertson, J S 

71,221 

8,398 

Ralston, D E 

66,061 

2,728 

Rendell, B 

73,049 

11,605 

Robertson, LM 

56,061 

15,208 

Ram, S 

64,691 


Rendle, G A 

62,945 

248 

Robertson, L R 

61,756 

5,272 

Ramer, D 

58,195 

2,497 

Renner, M A 

62,004 

4,577 

Robertson, S 

76,501 

16,644 

Ramin, J E 

53,038 

3,025 

Rennie, P G 

56,194 

3,021 

Robertson, W 

50,776 

6,943 

Ramsay, C J 

54,237 

101 

Rensby, D F 

55,598 

2,292 

Robins, S A 

66,185 

1,191 

Ramsay, G 

52,362 

1,610 

Rerie, R W 

58,453 

2,504 

Robinson, A M 

71,221 

8,621 

Ramsay, G 

52,555 

25 

Resh, L W 

66,655 

4,470 

Robinson, B T H 

52,323 

1,382 

Ramsey, D J 

50,597 


Restall, L L 

62,278 

3,037 

Robinson, G L 

52,664 

650 

Rana, PS 

55,709 

1,125 

Revak, ST 

52,502 

2,936 

Robinson, J D 

56,067 

16,471 

Rand, D 

53,813 

1,112 

Revel, WJ 

51,334 

8,480 

Robinson, J H 

59,492 


Randall, A D 

64,124 

2,937 

Reveley, H C 

54,052 

2,028 

Robinson, P P 

59,746 

3,957 

Randall, J J 

55,552 

481 

Reykdal, J A 

62,143 

6,449 

Robinson, R J 

54,087 

6,412 

Randall, W 

52,113 


Reynier, J A 

56,762 

868 

Robinson, T 

54,668 

14,229 

Randell, A 

70,737 


Reynolds, R G 

51,081 

1,517 

Robinson, W 

65,893 

5,146 

Rankin, L 

51,332 

315 

Reynolds, S G 

50,171 

5,430 

Rocchini, R J 

60,284 

2,008 

Ransford, W W.: 

58,941 

6,299 

Reynolds, SR 

73,040 

6,465 

Roch, C 

52,211 

7,547 

Ranson, H R 

61,869 

148 

Rhebergen, G F 

62,133 

4,722 

Rockerbie, K 

52,040 

5,277 

Ranta, D D 

68,153 

4,569 

Rhone, D H 

54,982 

16,796 

Rockwell, 1 L 

52,556 

742 

Raper, W G 

68,295 

1,733 

Richards, G A ...: 

56,114 

3,460 

Rodine, A J 

50,155 

705 

Ratcliffe, J 

66,185 

7,780 

Richards, H M 

103,637 

7,645 

Rodrigue, R 

63,504 

4,184 

Ratel, A 

66,589 

307 

Richards, P 

54,862 

2,946 

Roemer, H L 

52,362 

4,608 

Rathbone, G C 

64,434 

9,076 

Richards, RG 

59,459 

436 

Roest, B M 

61,869 


Rathbone, P V 

50,358 

4,037 

Richards, R P 

59,470 

3,815 

Rogers, J P 1 

62,167 

12,849 

Ratkai, 1 S 

56,114 

15,879 

Richardson, C 

56,713 

3,628 

Rogers, R 

52,362 

2,978 

Rattray, A 

50,949 

18,533 

Richardson, D 

85,479 

4,419 

Rogers, W 

51,201 

208 

Raven, D J 

71,221 

3,547 

Richardson, D W 

61,214 

402 

Rogoza, D 

65,417 

9,841 

Rawling, G 

55,430 

1,272 

Richardson, J A 

74,017 

13,562 

Rohrmoser, H 

86,028 

10,904 

Rawlyk, T 

53,388 


Richardson, KS 

58,810 

5,540 

Rolf, C A 

53,482 

2,422 

Ray, G E 

61,604 

1 ,020 

Richet, S 

58,974 

4,021 

Rollerson, TP 

59,492 

7,936 

Ray, H V 

53,936 

566 

Richkum, R W 

50,657 

819 

Rollins, D 

54,545 


Ray, J E 

59,378 

4,850 

Richmond, A 

63,618 

2,458 

Romanaki, B L 

50,502 

3,289 

Raymond, AM 

66,643 

1,702 

Richmond, A C 

60,982 

4,385 

Romano, R R 

65,698 

28 

Raymond, G F 

53,198 

8,661 

Richmond, J 

71,369 


Romanow, M L 

69,641 

13,366 

Rayner, B 

59,250 


Ricketts, G A 

52 524 

3,479 

Ronay A 

54,121 

2,082 

Rayner, R R 

50,411 

1,098 

Riddell, DAR 

50,612 

5,922 

Ronayne, F B 

59,444 

145 

Read, B A 

61,707 

4,893 

Riddoch, E J 

52,099 

1,591 

Rondeau, R J 

70,243 

3,041 


PUBLIC ACCOU NTS 1 992/93 


133 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Ronneseth, LT 

59,688 

3,202 

Sage, G D 

55,535 

193 

Schoof, R W 

59,470 

1,471 

Ronse, E J 

56,014 

2,887 

Sager, D 

69,436 

2,345 

Schramm, T R 

66,186 

4,772 

Rooke, HA 

51,109 

5,882 

Sager, J 

55,507 


Schroeder, D J 

51,942 

8,542 

Rooney, E K 

61,869 

4,272 

Sahota, S S 

58,112 

490 

Schroeter, G 

63,592 


Rose, D J 

75,917 

10,455 

Sailes, P 

56,872 

3,029 

Schroeter, T G 

63,618 

7,942 

Rose, D J G 

50,126 


Sakiyama, S 

56,616 

8,798 

Schubert, B R 

52,362 

846 

Rose, W D 

55,955 

9,082 

Salem, M 1 

54,917 

11,415 

Schultz, E W 

61,869 

8,395 

Rosenberg, R R 

62,880 

149 

Salmon, C 

62,148 

756 

Schultz, F 

61,810 

5,108 

Ross, A 

71,491 

8,212 

Salt, K 

71,150 

2,279 

Schultz, R D 

66,185 

13,650 

Ross, A 

61,634 

4,473 

Sam, J Jr 

50,837 

155 

Schultz, R L 

61,476 

730 


61,742 

2,475 


79,998 

1 1,761 

Schulz, N G 

61 869 

1 ,81 4 

Ross, A F 

103,796 

14,080 

Samson, N W 

61,869 

6,340 

Schumph, D 

55,502 

2*327 

Ross, BA 

59,692 

3,114 

Sanatani, R 

52,062 

2,418 

Schuring, R J 

56,115 


Ross, B G 

55,209 

4,801 

Sanborn, P T 

52,530 

5,614 

Schwab, J W 

62,497 

3,557 

Ross, 1 A G 

51,393 

6,326 

Sandborn, C 

67,992 

10,322 

Schwarz, H W 

75,066 

5,474 


59,352 

160 


58,322 

4,588 

Schweitzer, D G 

52 448 

2,488 

Ross, K 

76,438 


Sanderson, A 

76,501 

17,110 

Schweizer, E A 

54*561 

6*594 

Ross, M A 

61,108 

2,034 

Sanderson, G L 

66,606 

2,962 

Scigliano, B 

65,945 

3,157 

Ross, M D 

50,769 

4,522 

Sandhu, M 

52,240 

7,234 

Scobie, G 

71,221 

13,974 

Ross, M E J 

55,617 

710 

Sandquist, C H 

52,396 

8,320 

Scott, B W 

50,249 



61,869 

4,988 


55,613 

4,432 

Scott, C 

75 201 


Ross, P 

56J16 

7^806 

Sandulak, S D 

50,828 

321 

Scott, G R 

57*466 

1,412 

Ross, R 

55,009 

700 

Sandve, G P 

59,394 

2,601 

Scott, JR 

56,077 

9,681 

Ross, S E 

53,002 

2,570 

Santano, L 

50,183 

3,075 

Scott, M 

53,629 

4,907 

Ross-Smith, D G 

61,869 

2,947 

Santosham, T 

58,438 

2,1 56 

Scott, MEE 

59,459 

8,235 

Rossley, J L 

65,858 

12,980 

Sanzovo, ML 

50,952 


Scott, MG 

61,869 

10,319 

Rossmo, MR 

52,362 

324 

Sarens, S M 

57,261 

1,767 

Scott, R B 

50,072 

1,377 

Rothenberg, R G 

51,828 

336 

Sargent, DR 

76,501 

3,900 

Scott, R L 

52,725 

4,362 

Rothwell, E S 

68,650 

11,888 

Sargent, S H 

62,829 

3,066 

Scott, W R 

60,121 

595 

Round, R P D 

58,343 

8,275 

Sarsiat, D G 

52,928 

6,878 

Scott-Hsiung, D 

50,773 

426 

Rounds, R 

52,362 

6,476 

Sasaki, HW 

68,266 

10,828 

Scott-Miller, C 

52,921 

374 

Routledge, R W 

50,828 

5,393 

Sasaki, R K 

50,089 

1,562 

Scribilo, D 

62,178 

6,213 

Rowbottom, BA 

53,869 

102 

Saunders, B P 

53,539 

7,489 

Seaker, J E 

62,884 

7,853 

Rowe, G A 

58,291 

2,144 

Saunders, E L 

52,448 

1,461 

Sealey, EM 

60,358 

4,021 

Rowe, T 

59,674 

9,659 

Saunders, M 

54,010 


Sedgwick, K H 

55,003 

286 

Rowley, A J 

72,554 

771 

Saunders, R H 

51,957 


Sedlack, J P 

62,384 

3,465 

Rowling, J W 

59,605 

812 

Saunders, S E 

55,704 

5,808 

Seehagel, D B 

55,872 

2,994 

Roy, P G 

58,858 

12,858 

Saunders, V 

55,245 


Seeley, J R 

50,123 


Rubidge, N 

77,121 

19,517 

Sauve, G A 

52,790 

21 

Seguin, J H P 

53,937 

3,255 

Rucki, ) 

55,709 


Savage, C A 

51,553 

5,927 

Sehmi, N S 

58,826 

10,494 

Ruffy, CM 

56,114 

399 

Saville, J 

52,192 

2,432 

Seigers, F 

71,833 

595 

Ruhl, D 

64,379 

6,418 

Saville, R P 

55,368 

2,511 

Seilis, M E 

57,302 

3,751 

Ruhr, M 

56,385 

3,025 

Sawatzky, F H 

61,869 

3,892 

Seip, DR 

57,445 

8,485 

Rullens, D J 

56,329 


Sawayama, G T 

76,500 

5,124 

Sekhon, P 

63,235 

6,834 

Rumble, M 

61,869 

15,665 

Saxby, K D 

71,221 

8,107 

Seller, LA 

56,311 

17,071 

Rumpel, J A 

59,015 

14,639 

Scale, W M 

80,831 

4,186 

Semenoff, J 

64,560 

2,148 

Rundle, G R 

56,912 

140 

Scaletta, G 

61,062 

2,700 

Semere, B 

52,852 

4,014 

Rupp, S 

50,737 


Scarrow, R C 

71,221 

3,697 

Seminiuk, L J 

80,802 

2,373 

Rush, B 

55,332 


Schaffner, D 

64,316 

634 

Sept, E L 

59,766 

2,192 

Rushworth, D M 

61,303 

5,317 

Scheideman, C 

53,241 

1,129 

Sepulveda, M 

59,495 

7,014 

Ruskin, A 

56,221 


Schellenberg, G H 

69,796 

2,544 

Sera, R A 

61,869 

7,849 

Rusnak, M 

78,758 


Scheuneman, S 

53,845 

7,894 

Service, C 

58,401 


Russell, BW 

50,132 

2,916 

Schiarizza, A P 

59,470 

5,056 

Setzer, L 

52,201 

262 

Russell, DJ 

62,166 

1,271 

Schick, G E 

61,869 

3,080 

Severyn, B J 

55 930 

9,089 

Russell, DWR 

58,787 

8,905 

Schick, P L 

50,258 

581 

Seward, T L 

53,833 

Russell, J H 

58,210 

2,146 

Schifferns, R 

60,505 

3,360 

Shah, H N 

66,185 


Russell, L G 

62,740 


Schildroth, J W 

66,473 

23,949 

Shannon, W 

60,631 

11,835 

Russell, PC . 

59,135 

1,083 

Schinbein, J 

71,156 

4,740 

Shantz, C 

76,501 

15,620 

Russell, R 

56,386 

Schlatter, J A 

58,940 

7,220 

Sharkey, W J 

58,177 

449 

Russell, RJ 

52,362 


Schleppe, D 

51,981 


Sharwood, C R 

53,727 

1,979 

Russell, R W 

50,358 

2,156 

Schleppe, DT 

55,864 

784 

Shaw, C 

53,708 


Russell, S A 

76,501 

4,148 

Schmautz, K R 

54,048 

1,403 

Shaw, DA 

65,312 

4,280 

Russell, S G 

53,931 

13,356 

Schmid, C 

63,175 

2,266 

Shaw, D L 

66,408 

21,220 

Russell, T 

74,769 

6,529 

Schmidt, E 

61,869 

630 

Shaw, M 

61,984 

3,844 

Rustad, T 

51,820 

1,070 

Schmidt, F N 

71,221 

1,509 

Shaw, P 

56,013 

128 

Rutkauskas, LA 

56,018 

2,857 

Schmidt, GW 

55,762 

2,781 

Shea, J 

77,556 

831 

Rutledge, G C 

50,351 

4,179 

Schmidt, J C 

63,456 

14,638 

Shearer, C A 

61,511 

1,620 

Rutledge, M 

61,859 


Schmidt, J S 

62,667 

11,624 

Shearing, C G 

63,444 

6,494 

Ryan, B D 

59,470 

3,787 

Schmidt, W 

56,114 

9,832 

Sheehy, M 

61,842 


Ryan, E J 

74,542 

• 7,064 

Schmitt, H F 

52,596 


Sheldan, T R 

71,075 

15,104 

Ryan, H A 

54,206 

5,686 

Schmitt, H R 

58,821 

6,746 

Sheldon, T 

63,712 


Sabyan, R J 

71,005 

3,743 

Schmitz, WM 

66,185 

2,110 

Shellborn, R 

57,451 


Sadar, E 

61,762 

6,141 

Schmor, G 

50,961 


Shepherd, D W 

57,075 

2,777 

Sadler, B A 

71,403 

5,880 

Schneider, D 

104,695 

14,028 

Shepherd, M J 

72,502 

353 

Sadler, E A 

60,167 

983 

Schneider, R 

62,195 

426 

Sheppard, J A 

61,869 

3,866 

Sadler, FM 

69,770 

11,277 

Schnurr, C L 

52,558 

3,106 

Shera, D M 

68,354 

8,584 

Sadowski, R 

66,069 


Schofield, D 

62,042 

23 | 

Shera, W P 

54,298 

4,410 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 34 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

T ravel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Sheremeta, J M 

65,909 

945 

Slater, J 

61,869 

1,253 

Sorley, B K 

77,652 

10,051 

Sheridan, R C 

56,114 

693 

Slater, T 

61,276 

22 

Southern, L 

76,501 

13,480 

Sherman, J 

54,819 

93 

Sloan, C 

71,366 

1,570 

Spackman, N M J 

58,874 

7,951 

Shewchuk, J A 

61,869 


Sloan, R 

68,131 

906 

Spalding, J E 

51,230 

3,019 

Shewring, P B 

67,214 

5,821 

Sloat, D 

54,692 

10,762 

Spandli, 1 

68,640 

6,142 

Shiach, R S 

51,831 

1,772 

Sluggett, DR 

71,221 

5,936 

Spearing, J C 

53,869 


Shill, B K 

59,378 

4,165 

Sluggett, LJ 

52,057 

5,342 

Spears, F S 

53,733 

7,933 

Shillingford, G E 

52,360 

1,830 

Slusarchuk, M 

50,883 

41 

Speller, M 

52,666 

2,070 

Shillington, M 

54,982 


Slutsky, S 

50,358 

3,732 

Spence, HA 

65,395 

3,530 

Shilvock, WT 

65,525 

9,418 

Smaill, G E 

55,440 

3,058 

Spilsbury, R J 

50,359 

6,848 

Shimizu, R M 

65,808 


Smale, K 

50,128 

2,517 

Spittlehouse, D L 

66,492 

13,231 

Shimmin, R L 

56,114 

2,319 

Small, W J 

62,600 


Spragg, R D 

50,114 

5,883 

Shinto, M M 

66,185 

8,542 

Smart, 1 A 

66,185 

23,089 

Spratt, D 

51,004 

226 

Shobe, M 

55,585 


Smedley, B H 

61,151 

1,859 

Spring, J W 

66,113 

4,073 

Shoop, M C 

65,640 

10,313 

Smith, A A 

51,388 

1,783 

Spring, L M 

6?, 393 

1,565 


75,028 

81 


56,479 

10,103 

Spruce, J H 

64,301 

3,141 

Shul, PW 

77,178 

2,798 

Smith, B A 

68,053 

11,427 

Spyksma, R J 

50,069 

Sibbick, S 

52,764 

4,188 

Smith, B E 

52,360 

2,197 

St Clair, F 

62,351 

5,795 

Sibley, B R 

67,885 

718 

Smith, B G 

62,667 

1,075 

St Germain, D E 

61,846 

10,745 

Sicoli, EC 

52,952 

6,812 

Smith, B T 

55,666 

2,194 

St Jean, R A 

59,161 

795 

Siddiqi, S M 

66,186 

506 

Smith, CD 

50,396 

8,090 

St Paul-Butler, A 

71,221 

13,392 

Sidhu, M 

64,126 

192 

Smith, D 

76,496 

1,302 

St Thomas, D J 

62,785 

8,505 

Siebold, M L 

68,373 

8,535 

Smith, D 

65,768 

1,197 

Stabler, P J 

70,823 


Sieffert, B T 

72,114 

7,866 

Smith, D D 

54,991 

550 

Stables, V F 

51,114 

4,386 

Siemens, L A 

52,362 

5,932 

Smith, D E 

62,431 

8,096 

• Stack, AM 

50,770 

4,549 

Siemens, S L 

50,358 

4,350 

Smith, D G 

57,501 

3,542 

Stadey, W 

51,229 

4,008 

Sigurdson, L C 

59,096 

2,746 

Smith, D 1 

75,657 

2,726 

Stadler, L J 

57,618 

909 

Sihota, H 

59,206 

812 

Smith, D J 

55,918 

3,592 

Stagg, G H 

56,289 

2,710 

Sihota, R 

51,224 

321 

Smith, D J 

61,869 


Stahl, G 

72,019 

2,982 


58,469 

4,468 

Smith, D W 

56,094 

20,003 

Stajduhar, G J 

58,090 

1,668 

Silbernagel, M P 

52,842 

Smith, E M 

66,501 

5,692 

Stancil, D E 

66,044 

5,694 

Sillito, DM 

63,205 

72 

Smith, G R 

61,869 

18,100 

Stang, M A 

50,649 

6,307 

Sills, G M 

63,572 

1,677 

Smith, H 

52,073 


Stangeland, D N 

59,813 

2,259 

Silver, RS 

62,036 

5,636 

Smith, 1C B 

69,796 

6,305 

Stanhope, JR 

61,924 

8,094 

Silvester, D 

58,810 


Smith, 1 K 

61,558 


Stanton, P D 

59,394 

10,310 

Silvester, J E 

55,611 


Smith, J 

66,184 

1,231 

Stanyer, R 

86,821 

17,735 

Silvestrini, G J 

59,343 

5,128 

Smith, J 

66,185 

1,199 

Staples, D L 

54,733 

292 

Silzer, N 

54,801 

4,320 

Smith, J C 

51,267 

4,736 

Staples, S 

51,048 

437 

Simandl, G J 

55,942 

1,691 

Smith, J H 

50,666 

2,285 

Stapleton, R B 

51,615 

1,334 

Simard, S W 

54,011 

6,005 

Smith, K G 

52,422 

8,834 

Starchuck, K 

50,359 

3,776 

Simister, S 

51,730 

1,370 

Smith, M 

50,153 

5,991 

Stark, P A 

72,869 

1,119 

Simkin, P 

51,272 

61 

Smith, M E 

56,114 

169 

Stark, T W 

58,157 

5,533 

Simmonds, A 

52,051 

327 

Smith, N C J 

67,784 

2,760 

Statham, F 

81,476 

6,619 

Simmons, C F 

51,869 

3,127 

Smith, PH 

56,307 

7,971 

Stavdal, W 

56,114 


Simmons, G 

67,338 

13,855 

Smith, R 

58,125 

569 

Stea, R A 

72,597 

11,915 

Simon, R 

57,033 


Smith, R A 

61,112 

21,569 

Stead, DP 

71,221 

17,339 

Simpson, B 

63,879 

4,319 

Smith, R B 

57,312 

3,843 

Stead, W S 

57,273 


Simpson, D G 

53,862 

5,212 

Smith, R C 

64,862 

6,127 

Stearns, G M 

52,826 

7,927 

Simpson, M 

56,114 

5,892 

Smith, R G 

50,845 


Stebner, 1 A 

52,362 


Simpson, R E 

69,379 

1,438 

Smith, R R 

56,314 

444 

Stech, M D 

52,825 

842 

Sims, J 

58,335 


Smith, S 

65,256 


Steele, C 

50,200 

1,299 

Sims, R 

65,298 


Smith, S 

51,363 


Steele, D J 

59,394 

780 

Sinclair, C R 

55,993 


Smith, SE 

62,898 

2,719 

Steele, RWS 

54,495 

710 

Sinclair, J A 

70,755 

1,900 

Smith, S R 

61,869 

1,112 

Steen, O A 

54,315 

1,470 

Sinclair, PM 

59,378 

17,819 

Smith, T 

54,100 

1,322 

Stefanson, M 

76,501 

5,428 

Sinclair, S 

57,626 

1,074 

Smith, W F 

81,898 

3,809 

Stein, L G 

56,129 

8,321 

Singer, DC 

57,665 

777 

Smith, W N 

65,673 

10,290 

Steinle, D R 

51,129 


Singer, J G 

76,501 

2,753 

Smith, W V 

51,316 

4,980 

Stelck, R J 

56,081 

299 

Singer, R 

72,039 


Smy, W 

50,417 

8,000 

Stelmaschuk, J 

50,297 

2,039 

Singh, H 

82,737 

10,076 

Smyth, W R 

80,830 

8,179 

Stenning, B A 

71,221 

2,452 

Singh, S 

55,930 

899 

Smythe, 1 M 

63,170 

2,688 

Stensaker, G G 

52,904 

1,914 

Sirett, B 

50,033 

44 

SneKingpr J G 

70 802 

10,369 

Stpntnn K A 

50 582 

3,163 

Sivertson, M 

51,277 

2,340 

Snickars, P G 

55^614 

2*309 

Stephen, J G 

59,459 

2,605 

Skaalid, VM 

61,869 

2,533 

Snyder, C 

58,829 


Stephen, R D 

50,775 

1,403 

Skaalrud, C A 

53,139 

6,698 

Sobchuk, K 

53,406 


Stephen, S M 

65,431 

864 

Skaarup, V A 

83,774 

3,791 

Soglo, W R 

59,330 

17,725 

Stephens, K A 

66,428 

2,067 

Skakun, EC 

53,528 

1,303 

Soles, D J 

57,678 

3,227 

Stephenson, C 

67,119 

8,672 

Skands, MW 

66,761 

3,479 

Soles, 1 J 

70,305 

10,490 

Stetski, W L 

64,434 

6,121 

Skelton, D 

55,691 


Sondheim, M W 

64,578 

10,730 

Stevely, R D 

56,114 

3,045 

Sketchley, D G 

71,221 

11,387 

Soneff, K W 

69,457 

2,530 

Stevens, AG 

66,770 

1,202 

Skinner, MT 

61,869 

3,001 

Soobotin, A 

59,394 

4,672 

Stevens, F G 

60,804 

475 

Skogan, A B 

51,099 


Soon, B 

54,859 

2,137 

Stevens, R J 

66,183 

10,607 

Skoropada, G P 

50,239 


Sopel, J 

54,705 

654 

Stevens, T 

71,221 

5,359 

Skulmoski, A L 

66,185 

19,817 

Sorel, E J 

61,869 

12,013 

Stevenson, J H 

71,221 

2,670 

Slack, G C 

62,812 

5,869 

Sorensen, D 

51,048 


Stevenson, L 

87,115 

8,117 

Slaco, D P 

66,496 

8,792 

Sorensen, R H 

59,459 

4,957 

Steventon, J D 

54,660 

4,097 

Slaney, PA 

59,388 

8,397 

Sorken, L C 

58,217 

311 

Stewart, D 1 

59,610 

3,922 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


I 35 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Stewart, E J 

61,442 

4,679 

Sunderwood, WJ 

66,185 

9,415 

Taylor, F 

66,199 

4,392 

Stewart, K R 

54,393 

8,830 

Sundquist, H 

58,692 

117 

Taylor, G 

54,005 

753 

Stewart, L 

74,425 

14,159 

Sundstrom, V A 

50,211 

11,391 

Taylor, G D 

65,920 

6,176 

Stewart, L L 

55,325 

1,041 

Superle, M N 

61,869 

2,134 

Taylor, H J 

59,000 

2,926 

Stewart, M 

59,687 

1,628 

Sures, D G 

60,940 

3,293 

Taylor, J C 

54,721 

3,843 

Stewart, M N 

52,556 

2,005 

Surkes, S 

64,421 

713 

Taylor, J M 

70,781 

5,422 

Stewart, R 

52,402 

5,598 

Surridge, J R 

68,225 

2,134 

Taylor, M C 

59,801 

3,498 

Stewart, R D 

51,334 

2,095 

Sutherland, AM 

56,114 

17,238 

Taylor, M H 

63,100 

528 

Stewart, S 

54,530 

3,094 

Sutherland, C 

59,492 

3,154 

Taylor, N 

56,877 

15,358 

Stewart, W D 

70,410 


Sutherland, D J 

54,677 

8,023 

Taylor, P G 

75,760 

13,125 

Stigant, C N 

62,411 

16,519 

Sutherland, G J 

80,830 

26,089 

Taylor, P J 

54,961 

4,112 

Stiles, J K 

62,580 

1,484 

Sutherland, G W 

63,606 

9,954 

Taylor, S P 

58,210 

6,135 

Stiles, T 

65,824 

3,245 

Sutherland, J D 

68,847 

5,674 

Taylor, WM 

56,164 

2,176 

Still, G 

71,510 

21,627 

Sutherland, J E 

55,998 

2,328 

Tearoe, J F 

50,736 

2,665 

Still, R 

60,340 

3,208 

Sutherland, R 

51,038 


Tearoe, J P 

59,422 

698 

Stinson, J E 

65,604 

17,283 

Suttill, K J 

55,159 


Tegart, G 

51,675 

8,870 

Stipdonk, B 

59,434 

2,772 

Sutton, J A 

70,823 

2,237 

Tehara, S S 

59,115 

4,210 

Stirling, S 

72,553 

1,556 

Suwala, D 

71,221 

1 0,044 

Tekano, W M 

52,162 

2,535 

Stobbe, B G 

80,831 

24,394 

Swaab, S 

61,869 

2,726 

Telford, V E 

51,664 

1,346 

Stobie, J C 

61,869 

7,914 

Swain, L G 

59,427 

5,364 

Temple, C L 

60,628 

563 

Stock, G C 

71,905 

3,693 

Swain, P 

55,518 

710 

Templeton, D J 

78,372 

6,462 

Stockerl, E C 

65,030 

2,158 

Swallow, D 

61,233 

3,415 

Tenove, M L 

50,888 

2,971 

Stockton, P 

76,372 

5,395 

Swan, G B 

56,114 

2,332 

Tepper, H 

53,800 

5,263 


56,117 

1,789 


50,340 

1,102 

Terkelsen, E B 

62 921 

9,282 

Stoker, PL 

5T701 

5,135 

Swan, M 

53,868 

9,871 

Teskey, j K 

51,769 

2,484 

Stokes, J A 

65,486 

5,996 

Swan, TP 

69,459 

11,290 

Thambirajah, PA 

62,868 

4,994 


77,936 

1 2,446 


53,907 

7,227 

Theurer, P FH 

53 143 

881 

Stone, G 

64,844 

7^382 

Sweeney, CM 

85,998 

310 

Thicke, B R 

52,527 

1,330 

Stone, MS 

55,708 

2,749 

Sweeney, M E 

58,470 

3,039 

Thiele, G R 

53,264 


Stonehouse, S 

60,374 

1,076 

Sweet, B K 

56,108 

108 

Thiessen, F N 

55,613 

5,762 

Stoneman, SR 

58,157 


Sweeten, JR 

61,869 

7,769 

Thiessen, L 

60,519 

5,182 

Stones, L M 

66,187 


Swerdfeger, E 

52,239 

669 

Thimsen, P J T 

55,685 

3,300 

Stopper, H 

52,326 

669 

Swets, R 

50,764 

3,205 

Thio, K 

61,716 

6,711 

Storey, B D 

67,139 

7,419 

Swiatkiewicz, V 

59,388 

951 

Thom, A D 

76,501 

1,584 

Storey, F 

56,603 

25,829 

Swift, G J 

56,114 

2,461 

Thom, J C 

50,119 

4,065 

Storey, J R F 

50,594 

98 

Swift, R K G 

56,186 

4,573 

Thomae, O G 

56,584 

861 

Storkey, R M 

56,357 

10,457 

Sydor, M 

66,227 

3,417 

Thomas, B R 

50,379 

9,451 

Strachan, A 

61,917 

12,917 

Sylvester, O 

77,004 

187 

Thomas, C S 

66,962 

6,047 

Strachan, G A 

61,368 

9,034 

Syme, R 

78,262 

12,406 

Thomas, G L 

65,982 

15,458 

Straight, R 

57,229 


Symington, PJ 

56,985 

5,373 

Thomas, H 

58,849 

821 

Strain, G A 

59,395 

81 

Symonds, B J 

65,366 

7,551 

Thomas, J 

57,131 

444 

Strain, V M 

72,019 

7,741 

Symons, M 

61,869 

1,346 

Thomas, M A 

62,562 

4,840 

Strand, L P 

56,540 

11,563 

Symons, ME 

50,446 

10,968 

Thomas, M E 

61,861 

9,183 

Strandlund, T M 

62,935 

1,526 

Syssoloff, LI 

54,174 

5,011 

Thomas, P 

53,332 

4,488 

Stremlaw-Taylor, E 

71,688 

753 

Syverson, L L 

52,254 

251 

Thomas, R A 

59,312 

478 

Strickland, A J 

59,408 

444 

Szabella, S A 

62,212 

579 

Thomas, R C 

70,498 

1 7,303 

Strickland, C 

53,871 

10,029 

Szalay-Swan, M D 

64,354 

4,219 

Thomas, S 

50,413 


Stringer, L J 

71,209 

22,641 

Szaniszlo, A R 

54,524 

100 

Thompson, C F 

55,593 

5,437 

Stringer, W H 

52,362 

1,753 

Szczawinski, A 

71,021 

21,004 

Thompson, D 

52,559 

6,506 

Strobl, K J 

62,550 

2,097 

Szeto, Y 

51,313 


Thompson, D 

76,452 

22,581 

Strodl, B J 

53,457 

1,484 

Szto, W W 

55,989 

8,268 

Thompson, E 

61,869 

3,457 

Strohmaier, J 

64,346 


Tadsen, G A 

66,185 

9,056 

Thompson, F J 

66,185 

83 

Strohmaier, R M 

52,164 

82 

Taekema, K 

51,614 

2,923 

Thompson, G E 

74,118 

15,359 

Stromberg, N 

54,713 

235 

Tait, T M 

52,756 

1,680 

Thompson, H G 

63,607 

12,798 

Strome, R 

50,559 

1,044 

Talbot, B D 

75,323 

10,301 

Thompson, J 

76,501 

16,636 

Strong, R A 

52,766 

1,146 

Talbot, KM 

50,358 

2,676 

Thompson, J W 

60,904 

617 

Strong, T 1 

61,375 

2,936 

Talbot, M A 

55,203 

6,675 

Thompson, L 

50,770 

1,435 

Strosher, MM 

57,199 

2,914 

Talmey, L S 

55,965 

2,044 

Thompson, R J 

80,097 

8,809 

Stroup, D 

51,230 

9,541 

Tamblin, A J 

76,501 

8,000 

Thompson, R R 

56,209 

6,791 

Struck, L F 

52,069 

1,626 

Tang, S 

52,837 

49 

Thompson, R W 

66,186 

5,589 

Stuart, J A 

50,452 

1,019 

Tannas, DA 

61,869 

5,935 

Thomson, AD 

50,861 

128 

Stuart, R 

87,116 

10,068 

Tanner, D B 

51,621 

4,548 

Thomson, AD 

100,348 

18,658 

Stubbs, WG F 

56,114 

3,313 

Tanner, M R 

61,791 

3,554 

Thomson, AM 

61,869 

2,798 

Stucklberger, E W 

65,312 

4,969 

Tannhauser R R 

65,692 

4,153 

Thomson B 

56,422 

4,876 

Sturko, A 

59,463 

7,665 

Tao, S L 

58,898 

2,422 

Thomson, BA 

51,231 

1,566 

Sturko, D 

71,221 

9,026 

Tardell, J 

61,829 

790 

Thomson, B L 

51,302 

2,306 

Sturrock, 1 F 

55,915 

5,155 

Tarras, L 

59,338 

1,874 

Thomson, D B 

57,196 

306 

Stusek, G E 

61,855 

Tataryn, W P 

51,666 

56 

Thomson, J 

69,292 

2,034 

Suderman, D 

53,106 


Tatchell, MG 

59,394 

11,820 

Thomson, M E 

53,322 

2,309 

Suhr, FH 

59,486 

5,607 

Taudin-Chabot, P R 

59,404 

12,903 

Thomson, M W 

54,603 

189 

Sullivan, C T 

50,398 

91 

Taulu, M 

62,125 

309 

Thomson, R N 

52,777 

6,963 

Sullivan, G 

53,526 

244 

Tautz, A F 

66,185 

15,407 

Thomson, R T 

51,917 

2,058 

Sullivan, K 

59,056 


Taylor, A G 

63,619 

2,113 

Thony, L J 

62,039 

10,675 

Sullivan, L R 

61,791 

4,822 

Taylor B 

66,185 

2,354 

Thorau, K A 

50,047 

8,067 

Sullivan, S K 

63,263 

4,681 

Taylor, B L 

55,988 

9,878 

Thornber, K 

76,501 

443 

Summers, D W 

53,863 

6,387 

Taylor, B N 

56,449 

6,193 

Thorne, F P 

56,219 


Summersgill, W M 

61,869 

2,834 

Taylor, CM 

65,247 

5,784 

Thorneloe, BP 

55,816 

2,558 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 36 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

T ravel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Thornton, J L 

66,185 

2,607 

Tucker, R 

63,509 

4,332 

Vanlerberg, R D 

57,152 

10,107 

Thornton, M 

56,114 

1,058 

Tuomi, R A 

50,358 

16,466 

Vanstone, J 

58,617 

2,015 

Thorp, M H 

62,131 

5,556 

Turick, D V 

56,103 

5,870 

Varner, D F 

54,255 

1,145 

Thorp, V 

51,941 

176 

Turley, R E 

55,319 

4,943 

Vaughan, J J 

52,532 

9,526 

Thorpe, DC 

57,726 

1,012 

Turner, B 

52,362 

2,251 

Vavra, M 

53,233 

885 

Thorstenson, K D 

52,362 

587 

Turner, B J 

67,778 

3,645 

Vayda, J 

56,864 


Threinen, R H 

50,386 

2,683 

Turner, D 

50,326 


Venables, S G 

53,992 

838 

Thurston, B 

54,983 

911 

Turner, D H 

54,413 

11,572 

Vennema, A 

99,966 


Thuveson, A 

53,459 

1,177 

Turner, D V 

64,867 

7,261 

Venos, G 

60,735 

1,980 

Thuveson, G 

50,314 

695 

Turner, E J 

82,022 

1,446 

Verbeem, A 

54,916 

581 

Tidmarsh, M 

54,115 

30 

Turner, J A 

51,944 


Verboven, B 1 

55,370 

5,455 

Tigchelaar, J E 

60,314 

10,843 

Turner, J S 

52,932 

4,092 

Vere, P 

50,589 

2,177 

Tilby, PJ 

61,614 

1,853 

Turner, J V 

66,185 

4,492 

Verge, D 

50,913 


Tilt, PW 

56,189 

840 

Turner, K 

54,513 

1,052 

Vermeer, R 

57,471 

3,483 

Timberlake, A 

56,255 

16,394 

Turner, M H 

64,116 

6,503 

Vermiere, L W 

54,973 

4,990 

Timbers, G H 

66,185 

14,452 

Turner, R D 

52,362 

804 

Vertone, C 

63,499 


Timewell, L J 

56,114 

256 

Turner, R D 

55,837 

1,974 

Verwoord, J M 

60,373 

445 

Timms, A A 

67,484 

3,002 

Turner, R G 

56,114 

5,517 

Viala, C 

50,329 


Tin Tun, U 

59,470 

12,277 

Turner, S W 

54,422 

8,547 

Vickers, D N 

54,141 

4,325 

Tinant, M E 

72,438 

131 

Turner, W A 

61,869 

614 

Vickery, R B 

51,622 

1,828 

Tindall, D A 

66,185 

2,676 

Tuttle, R M 

53,171 

9,868 

Vielvoye, J 

59,470 

5,641 

Tingle, J N 

59,470 

4,719 

Twohig, K 

75,890 

234 

Villa-Arce, J 

63,823 

5,360 

Tisot, OR 

76,039 

9,750 

Tymkow, W R 

52,316 

777 

Vincent, L L 

66,186 

5,906 

Titus, LA 

58,909 

1,000 

Tyzuk, B W 

72,546 

7,832 

Vincent, N 

67,432 

29,577 

Tivy, R P 

56,103 

5,243 

Udchic, H V 

53,329 

1,350 

Vincent, T E 

70,149 

3,768 

Tjernstrom, T M 

50,044 

2,686 

Uh, SH 

54,967 

5,754 

Vinge, R J T 

66,186 

15,206 

Tobacco, D 

51,996 

165 

Ulrich, C 

51,811 

6,105 

Vining, B T J 

71,217 

2,348 

Todd, RAD 

69,959 

689 

Umphrey, WL 

76,546 

12,935 

Violini, L M 

66,185 

18,179 

Toews, D A A 

55,905 

9,266 

Underhill, K B 

59,394 

2,054 

Viszlai, J G 

51,322 


Tokgoz, K 

54,360 

49 

Underwood, E 

54,972 


Vitek, FA 

55,613 

4,363 

Tole, B J 

55,313 

2,506 

Underwood, LG 

76,501 

4,951 

Vitins, G S 

54,522 

9,351 

Tomko, L P 

52,362 

1,423 

Underwood, R 

70,455 

2,605 

Vivian, J E 

63,606 

6,942 

Tomlin, B C 

66,077 

7,811 

Uretsky, J L 

57,388 

1,374 

Vogan, M 1 L 

51,041 

529 

Tommasel, L 

54,409 

1,687 

Urlacher, M F 

56,114 


Vogel, L 

56,877 

5,274 

Tones, J A 

53,294 

241 

Urquhart, N G 

50,595 

7,148 

Vogt, H J 

76,131 

11,410 

Toney, N C 

50,358 

2,784 

Ursel, G R 

57,811 

2,680 

Vohradsky, W V 

61,791 

3,590 

Tong, TTY 

51,743 

876 

Usborne, B B 

53,849 

2,149 

Voigt, R 

51,937 


Toop, SO 

56,570 

496 

Usher, T H 

51,834 

5,184 

VokesJB 

66,185 

5,888 

Topalian, PM 

61,947 

9,682 

Uyesugi, S A 

60,254 

6,117 

Void, T 

64,516 

7,650 

Tornack, R 

58,259 

7,179 

Vachon, B L 

51,308 

2,888 

Volkers, T E 

52,402 

1,152 

Torrance, JWJ 

61,869 

229 

Vakenti, J M 

58,117 

7,285 

Volpatti, D 

51,468 

1,205 

Torrison, D A 

66,215 

9,105 

Valcourt, N D 

52,345 

6,297 

Von Der Gonna, M 

54,052 

17,991 

Toth, G G 

61,255 

4,260 

Valentinuzzi, J A 

66,185 

8,043 

Von Hagen, H 

56,114 

3,174 

Townend, R E 

64,193 

8,382 

Valin, Cl 

50,004 

197 

Von Schuckmann, S 

55,617 

3,532 

Townsend, G M 

65,055 

4,487 

Valk, P G J 

62,812 

2,843 

Von-Hahn, C P 

59,459 

6,406 

Townsend, G S 

61,869 

1,072 

Vallance, AM E 

56,114 

21 

Vowles, L 

56,623 


Townsend, PG 

56,005 

1,432 

Vallance, S 

62,351 

42 

Voyer, R J 

59,470 

4,433 

Tozer, R R 

80,830 

20,833 

Van Aggelen, G 

54,472 

7,047 

Vulliamy, A 

51,998 


Tozer, TWR 

61,869 

117 

Van Barneveld, J 

62,088 

5,696 

Vyse, AH 

59,718 

3,661 

Trachuk, G 

76,501 

11,712 

Van Dalfsen, KB 

59,470 

7,386 

Waddell, DA 

58,876 

116 

Track, M 

61,869 

4,175 

Van Den Broek, R 

53,016 


Waddell, S B 

70,416 

4,509 

Track, M D 

56,114 

875 

Van Der Burch, G 

56,114 

1,941 

Wadds, M E 

71,221 

4,384 

Treby, R 

58,094 


Van Der Eyk, L 

61,840 

431 

Wagar, L M 

73,117 

1 7,544 

Tredger, CD 

53,862 

3,898 

Van Der Gulik, T W 

63,618 

7,032 

Wagner, G 

59,536 


Tremblay, M M 

52,362 

6,400 

Van Hemmen, C 

58,167 

3,784 

Wagner, G H 

63,331 

13,138 

Trenaman, N 

51,919 

1,408 

Van Hoof, M J 

53,650 

1,861 

Wai, | 

59,459 

2,673 

Trenholm, B L 

61,468 

5,376 

Van lersel, A R 

80,830 

7,302 

Wai, W 

55,709 

342 

Trenholm, M G 

56,114 

589 

Van Kleeck, R J 

55,613 

2,096 

Wainman, G 

56,974 

2,906 

T rickey, M 

61,656 

2,571 

Van Oort, B 

67,404 

2,926 

Wainwright, E S 

54,897 

1,198 

Trigg, D 

60,734 

2,247 

Van Reekum, A 

52,009 

8,380 

Waite, K G 

61,869 

4,685 

Trimmer, D 

64,013 

7,864 

Van Rheenen, P B 

87,780 

13,028 

Wakaruk, O 

53,228 

2,351 

Trippell, P 

52,512 

11,088 

Van Westendorp, P 

58,725 

4,922 

Wakelin, J G 

59,447 

8,183 

Trist, O C 

63,299 

207 

Van Zandwijk, F 

58,653 

16,203 

Wakelin, T J 

57,936 

7,891 

T rodd, D V 

60,649 

2,379 

Van, B 

75,080 


Walde, D L 

54,911 

10,805 

Trombley, R A 

61,871 

8,573 

Van, D 

61,098 


Waldron, S 

51,706 

1,129 

Tromp, L K 

60,432 

13,660 

Van-Der horst, W D 

72,138 

4,855 

Walisser, BE 

76,501 

10,101 

Troughton, AJ 

52,086 

2,017 

Van-Mol, P F 

71,221 

5,473 

Walker, B G 

61,869 

7,503 

Trowbridge, R 

61,467 

6,287 

Vance, B F 

59,459 

2,898 

Walker, D 

55,814 

315 

Truant, L 

57,333 

2,397 

Vance, G M 

52,919 

2,319 

Walker, D A 

66,185 

500 

Truant, R A 1 

71,221 

8,851 

Vancise, DM 

50,110 

1,981 

Walker, D G 

52,766 

195 

True, G 

51,821 


Vanden-Driessche, R 

58,213 

116 

Walker, E A 

52,876 

2,630 

Truesdale, L D 

52,308 

2,427 

Vanderburgh, K 

56,486 

3,242 

Walker, E E 

71,221 

1,120 

Trumpy, CM 

84,657 


Vanderhoop, D 

51,658 


Walker, HA 

71,730 

4,161 

Truscott, S J 

53,716 

4,459 

Vanderlinde, B N 

54,587 

3,583 

Walker, M D 

65,365 

16,651 

Tsoukalas, LC 

53,890 


Vanderpol, H 

52,464 

384 

Walker, P L 

52,668 

3,209 

Tucker, E S 

71,221 

1,300 

Vandrishe, P D 

54,827 


Walker, S N 

55,977 

5,452 

Tucker, R 

59,383 

2,069 

Vandyke, P 

57,029 

5,871 

Walker, T A 

71,221 

6,349 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


I 37 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Walker, TH 

66,983 

7,438 

Watts, RE 

68,636 

15,939 

White, S 

70,654 

538 

Walkley, V 

50,206 


Watts, R J 

51,580 

7,148 

White, W R 

66,186 

3,892 

Wall, AS 

58,157 

6,155 

Watts, WJ 

62,476 

3,040 

Whitehead, G 

70,082 

9,060 

Wall, DA 

66,185 

1,794 

Watty, M C 

59,394 

441 

Whitelaw, R A 

71,221 

16,528 

Wall, EP 

63,537 

1,671 

Waygood, P 

54,847 


Whitely, S E 

56,114 

4,728 


51,610 

1 1,206 


54,976 

6,228 

Whitfield, H 

52 644 

1,281 

Wallace, L S 

52,744 

266 

Wayte, J R 

76,387 

3,190 

Whitfield, P R 

57,466 

7,236 

Wallace, M E 

64,174 

1 1 ,400 

Wearing, J R 

59,459 


Whiting, DC 

52,764 

2,462 

Wallace, ML 

52,096 

314 

Weaver, K W 

61,869 

2,898 

Whittaker, A J 

66,185 

1,118 

Wallace, R A 

52,362 

5,661 

Webb, ML 

100,791 

12,892 

Whittaker, R 

61,866 

5,353 

Wallin, S 

58,584 

1,385 

Webb, RE 

52,623 

942 

Whitters, J 

56,114 

1,844 

Wallinger, K N 

52,618 

4,637 

Webber, C 

51,780 

20,901 

Whittla, EAR 

51,224 


Wallis, CH 

63,080 

13,602 

Webber, G 

55,772 

11,260 

Whitton, R 

50,359 


Wallis, P 

51,355 

1,949 

Webber, J E 

63,606 

3,307 

Whitworth, 1 D 

56,249 

230 

Walsh, BME 

54,989 

1,160 

Webber, R A 

54,058 

1,595 

Whybrow, J A 

55,697 

184 

Walsh, N J 

50,286 

2,426 

Webber, R C J 

61,093 

2,165 

Whybrow, MW 

71,180 

3,301 

Walsh, TC 

50,402 

355 

Weber, G A 

80,856 


Whyte, DR 

65,333 

2,111 

Walter, G F 

68,563 

12,192 

Weber, L H 

55,197 

3,814 

Whyte, M 

66,131 

6,183 

Walters, L A 

52,583 

1,363 

Webster, B L 

52,120 

5,838 

Whyte, R A 

54,930 

5,108 

Walters, P D 

56,114 

4,445 

Webster, E A 

50,886 

727 

Wiart, R J 

63,400 

8,036 

Walton, D G 

63,921 

2,437 

Webster, MR 

73,117 

25,627 

Wick, B J 

70,781 

7,069 

Walton, L 

52,802 


Webster, N 

56,114 


Wickens, E P 

50,295 

2,171 

Walton, T G 

57,621 

4,557 

Weekes, H 

61,357 


Wickens, W E A 

71,221 

13,104 

Walton, TW 

63,156 

3,683 

Weeks, D 

50,795 


Wickheim, A 

60,348 

655 

Wan, H S H 

67,167 

9,713 

Wegelin, DC 

59,394 

3,904 

Wideski, T W 

59,969 

4,885 

Wanamaker, L M 

51,642 

2,236 

Wegener, R C 

53,072 

175 

Wiebe, WJ 

57,817 

7,499 

Wand, G 

53,615 


Weger, E 

76,501 

1 2,006 

Wiebe, WWD 

71,221 

6,369 

Wand, R 

69,640 


Wehrfritz, H C 

63,282 

7,692 

Wieler, F 

55,181 


Wang, J 

62,472 

10,166 

Wei, M 

52,159 

4,612 

Wiens, JH 

63,672 

9,915 

Warburton, B 

76,501 

2,695 

Weicker, D J J 

66,185 

10,556 

Wiffen, R J 

51,864 


Warburton, W P 

57,973 

1,442 

Weir, D 

54,131 


Wightman, PM 

64,862 

1,865 

Ward B 

51,898 


Weir, G R 

55,709 

110 

Wigmore, E J 

57 941 

2,131 

Ward, B R 

54,264 

5,928 

Weir, J H 

57,407 

726 

Wigmore, J R 

71,734 

1,018 

Ward, DA 

52,188 


Weisgerber, M 

59,313 

5,526 

Wikeem, B M 

65,000 

6,484 

Ward, J- EH 

68,819 

9,505 

Weismiller, W 

50,393 

883 

Wilcott, LA 

54,891 

5,823 

Ward, J M 

66,185 

8,049 

Welbanks, DP 

56,114 

4,614 

Wilcox, A F 

50,438 

438 

Ward, S M 

56,114 

1,100 

Welch, L 

51,674 

1,800 

Wild, R 

70,897 

219 

Warden, G 

59,964 


Wells, GT 

52,918 

1,899 

Wilde, HE 

66,438 

1,630 

Warden, R W 

53,891 

743 

Welock, P S 

56,114 

402 

Wilford, DJ 

60,629 

10,787 

Wardrop, J R 

58,584 

2,880 

Welsh, B E 

59,394 

5,962 

Wilk,JS . 

50,357 

882 

Wardrop, TJ 

61,869 

2,471 

Welsh, D 

66,179 

1,900 

Wilk, KM 

59,380 

1,137 

Wardrope, C 

55,194 


Wenezenki, L B 

56,131 

3,966 

Wilkin, N L 

54,217 

8,211 

Wargo, M 

50,509 

2,533 

Wenger, J H 

71,221 

9,709 

Wilkins, CL 

59,842 

2,076 

Wargo, R 

56,114 

4,531 

Wenger, R W 

50,267 

4,654 

Wilkins, LP 

57,793 


Warick, D A 

57,361 


Wesley, L D 

66,506 

2,570 

Wilkins, S 

52,333 

1,907 

Wark, J R 

58,670 

81 

Wesleyson, B 

59,293 

3,205 

Wilkinson, D 

83,113 

700 

Warmald, R W 

56,475 

284 

West, H P 

52,362 

1,368 

Wilkinson, J 

59,896 

2,267 

Warner, B 

56,669 

7,843 

Westby, S F 

54,367 

10,643 

Willcox, J 

74,363 


Warner, D 

61,869 

2,006 

Westcott, F 

58,669 

Willems, R M 

76,501 

1 2,204 

Warner, T L 

61,339 

11,708 

Westfall, GF 

57,568 

1,795 

Willett, SVH 

69,083 

13,116 

Warner, W J 

63,286 

1,868 

Westfall, KG .. 

58,780 

6,030 

Williams, B 

75,725 

1 4,060 

Warnock, E P 

82,064 

8,564 

Westhoff, R 

54,980 

4,270 

Williams, B J 

51,824 

15,487 

Warren, K 

56,898 

424 

Weston, R D 

50,288 

7,161 

Williams, B L G 

63,538 

2,554 

Warren, KB 

50,358 

1,370 

Weston, W 

55,739 


Williams, C 

60,523 

8,103 

Warren, MR 

61,869 

15,075 

Weston, W W 

66,709 

22,138 

Williams, D 

54,069 

1,563 

Warrington, G A 

76,548 

17,222 

Wetter, R D 

68,093 

12,403 

Williams, D 

54,956 

375 

Warrington, P 

53,862 

2,290 

Wetzstein, M A 

63,164 

5,111 

Williams, DJ 

66,623 

11,170 

Wasylik, S F 

50,153 

5,414 

Weys, C 

50,952 

758 

Williams, DP 

66,040 

8,215 

Waterman, P F 

50,991 

618 

Whale, AM 

63,549 

9,530 

Williams, D R 

53,751 


Waters, D 

72,089 


Whalen, DM 

54,481 

5,482 

Williams, D R 

55,878 

2,693 

Waters, J 

66,185 

10,244 

Whalley, J 

56,423 

187 

Williams, E 

60,838 

1,966 

Watkins, S 

51,903 

7,904 

Wharf, D E 

63,421 

2,046 

Williams, H 

58,446 

311 

Watson, A F 

51,504 


Wharton, AH 

63,538 

2,554 

Williams, 1 C 

76,648 

2,895 

Watson, D 

61,869 

2,989 

Whately, MR 

69,981 

4,377 

Williams, K D 

56,114 

7,448 

Watson, DC 

50,584 

3,411 

Wheatley, J A 

64,862 


Williams, L E 

55,580 


Watson, E 

55,453 

3,952 

Wheeler, A 

50,697 

7,624 

Williams, N R 

50,690 

1,888 

Watson, K A 

61,855 

963 

Whelan, O 

61,869 

1,470 

Williams, R F 

71,221 

1,220 

Watson, R G 

54,978 

385 

Whelan, P 

65,689 

662 

Williams, R G 

51,672 

1,331 

Watson, T K 

59,998 

1,793 

White, B 

59,934 

15,769 

Williams, R J 

58,848 

7,445 

Watt, C S 

56,979 

345 

White, C 

50,587 

2,700 

Williams, S A 

53,576 

2,171 

Watt, G C 

61,869 

3,963 

White, D 

63,570 

7,246 

Williams, TB 

66,126 

5,156 

Watt, G T 

50,587 

125 

White, JE 

50,359 

1,135 

Williamson, K D 

53,495 

1,769 

Watters, WC 

51,067 

7,238 

White, JR 

59,276 

1,969 

Williamson, L S 

50,673 

2,303 

Watts, CD 

56,185 

3,009 

White, KG 

61,869 


Williamson, M 

103,737 

12,755 

Watts, CP 

59,668 

13,215 

White, M A 

61,869 

7,789 

Willie, JP 

53,318 

9,716 

Watts, G S 

50,202 

8,067 

White, PS 

52,474 

459 

Willie, P 

55,700 


Watts, J 

60,978 


White, RD 

65,229 

3,765 

Willingdon, A W 

56,114 

2,330 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 38 



Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


Salary 

Travel 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

Willis, HG 

63,606 

4,353 

Wolverton, J E 

52,653 

1,333 

Yazdani, R 

59,633 

3,361 

Willis, SM 

55,279 

3,628 

Wong, A R 

52,362 

2,223 

Yeung, P K 

61,870 

401 

Willoughby, BA 

61,869 

10,821 

Wong, H Y 

69,944 

1 3,744 

Ying, C C 

67,738 

9,047 

Willoughby, N M 

55,266 

2,952 

Wong, M 

53,302 

4,695 

Yochim, PV 

56,875 

2,976 

Willow, J 

56,094 

11,700 

Wong, S 

53,727 


Youds, J 

50,817 

1,382 

Willson, C D 

72,164 

14,916 

Wong, S S 

67,784 

2,318 

Young, B M 

52,886 

1,661 

Willson, D C 

55,517 

2,444 

Wong, W 

56,245 

524 

Young, D 

64,955 

4,630 

Wilmer, F D 

56,064 

1,993 

Wong, W L 

50,541 

98 

Young, D A 

50,017 

231 

Wilmot, R 

58,488 

17,118 

Wood, B R 

59,436 

3,868 

Young, E J 

57,982 

554 

Wilson, A 

65,062 

1,737 

Wood, C E S 

52,440 

1 

Young, H W 

50,384 

7,230 

Wilson, C D 

59,002 

1,493 

Wood, CM 

55,635 

17,218 

Young, J 

50,359 

6,907 

Wilson, D 

51,831 

2,438 

Wood, G E 

67,816 

8,932 

Young, P L 

67,056 

422 

Wilson, D 

84,448 

507 

Wood, J E 

56,919 

628 

Young, S R 

71,221 

5,076 

Wilson, D L 

63,538 

10,266 

Wood, R L 

53,060 


Young, W A 

61,791 

2,422 

Wilson, D R 

66,159 

702 

Wood, S M 

51,701 

2,455 

Youngman, G 

77,398 

14,425 

Wilson, G 1 

50,332 

1,605 

Wood, T J 

64,079 

13,604 

Youwe, D 

54,995 

1,071 

Wilson, J 

51,961 


Wood, WJ 

56,181 

5,365 

Youwe, PL 

56,329 

3,355 

Wilson, J R 

50,367 

7,444 

Wood, WR 

64,874 

3,946 

Yuen, C 

50,770 

609 

Wilson, KW 

59,470 

1,071 

Woodgate, D N 

59,369 

1,325 

Yuen, WS 

55,613 

3,989 

Wilson, L C 

60,551 

2,382 

Woods, C 

63,463 

12,104 

Yule, DA 

61,869 

1,312 

Wilson, L D 

59,486 

10,405 

Woods, G P 

50,520 

8,466 

Yunker, D 

50,181 


Wilson, L E 

52,561 

2,980 

Woods, J H 

63,606 

4,623 

Zacharatos, TP 

59,459 

11,197 

Wilson, P D 

51,968 

1,214 

Woods, P J 

61,406 

6,147 

Zackodnik, AD 

69,083 

9,436 

Wilson, P J 

65,388 

10,302 

Woods, RE 

52,289 

218 

Zandbergen, C 

56,966 


Wilson, P M 

58,657 

3,931 

Woods, R J 

59,354 

891 

Zapp, R O 

80,800 

21,996 

Wilson, R G 

80,830 

18,758 

Woodward, D K 

61,856 

1,351 

Zdancewicz, E F 

55,397 

2,086 

Wilson, R L 

53,197 

6,245 

Woodward, W G 

58,037 

5,116 

Zdansky, B 

60,264 

5,665 

Wilson, W J 

50,010 

4,121 

Woodworth, EM 

50,770 


Zerr, R P 

66,185 

1 3,004 

Wilton, B T 

76,274 

7,325 

Wooff, V A 

62,295 

36 

Zethof, HL 

61,372 

4,779 

Wilton, HP 

59,318 

4,120 

Woollacott, G 

51,776 

546 

Zetka, L 

54,172 

1,452 

Wiltsie, N A 

54,134 

234 

Woollard, D R 

76,367 

8,098 

Zhang, J Q 

58,188 

8,469 

Wilzewski, H F 

62,906 

6,144 

Woolley, R 

59,176 

865 

Zhou, W 

63,580 

8,195 

Winchester, J G 

66,740 

11,105 

Woollven, M A 

50,114 


Zimich, C 

62,415 

8,087 

Windross, D D 

56,008 

7,272 

Woolsey, W J 

50,359 

2,313 

Zimmerman, R D 

51,488 

5,050 

Windwick, G L 

50,404 


Wootton, M J 

53,201 

4,293 

Zimmerman, S 

56,877 

2,844 

Winkelmans, PT 

52,086 

5,765 

Worobets, W A 

56,884 

2,385 

Zimmermann, H O .. 

66,507 

8,828 

Winkler, D L 

81,498 

11,478 

Worrall, B 

59,519 

1,771 

Zimmermann, R 

53,154 


Winnig, R A 

50,802 

5,181 

Wrean, D L 

64,154 

3,311 

Zirnhelt, N A 

59,388 

5,561 

Winter, R 

63,155 

15,791 

Wren, D 

55,056 

1,291 

Zirul, D L 

69,040 

15,920 

Wiseman, J 

52,108 

5,958 

Wright, AT 

50,358 


Zitka, E 

52,932 

386 

Wishlow, WJ 

52,163 

7,060 

Wright, D A 

52,368 

2,212 

Zolpys,J 

60,589 

2,872 

Withers, BA 

53,470 

2,043 

Wright, D G 

50,384 

2,436 

Zsombor, G 

60,603 

6,087 

Wittenberg, R K 

66,185 

14,535 

Wright, ED 

50,499 

2,030 

Zuber, B S 

51,147 

2,838 

Witthoeft, F V 

50,168 

1,848 

Wright, J D 

51,169 

276 

Zumpano, F 

52,705 

3,776 

Wittneben, U 

54,210 

479 

Wright, V A 

52,741 

48 




Witzer, PR 

55,925 

1,053 

Wright, W G 

66,559 

6,956 

Under $50,000 



Wlasuk, J 

65,326 

2,583 

Wuschke, S E 

63,563 

13,811 

Salary 

946,763,072 


Wodtke, FA 

53,063 

2,549 

Wyenberg, A E 

50,351 

1,181 

Travel 


30,404,621 

Wojdak, P J 

58,971 

9,330 

Wyeth, M H 

66,446 

11,412 




Wolczuk, D 

55,781 


Wylie, RNT 

57,788 

579 

Total 



Wolczuk, P D 

85,959 

21,213 

Wynne, E J 

55,861 

3,465 

Salary 1 

1,302,859,157 


Wolf, K 

55,209 


Yacowar, H 

86,816 

5,682 




Wolfe, P S 

61,869 

362 

Yamaoka, R M 

54,155 

3,477 

Travel 


58,294,542 

Wolfe-Milner, L 

56,342 


Yanchuk, A D 

63,606 

7,707 




Wolferstan, W H 

52,362 

1,418 

Yano, H 

63,606 

3,136 




Woloshyn, D 

51,793 

1,117 

Yard ley, JR 

77,299 

1 7,766 




Wolter, M 

54,225 


Yates, H 

55,988 

3,344 





'A Public Service wage agreement was reached in July 1992, retroactive to August 1 , 1991 . The retroactive amount for August 1, 1 991 to March 31, 1992 paid to employees in the current 
year, although the expense was allocated to the prior fiscal year. 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


I 39 


Grants and Contributions 1 

(Details of payees receiving $1 0,000 or more) 


for the Fiscal Year Ended March 31,1 993 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

'Son'Shine Day Care 48,128 

Social Services 48,128 

1 00 Mile District Hospital Society 3,61 5,21 9 

Health 3,615,219 

1 00 Mile House & District Women's Centre 48,333 

Social Services 48,333 

1 27 Society of Housing 24,602 

Social Services 24,602 

1991 Canada Wide Science Fair Society 18,500 

Advanced Education 3,500 

Education 15,000 

1 993 Canada Games Society 60,000 

Tourism 60,000 

1995 Western Canada Summer Games Soci- 
ety 1,000,000 

Municipal Affairs 1,000,000 

24-Hour Child Care Centre 25,669 

Social Services 25,669 

25 Hour Mini-Mart 17,411 

Social Services 17,411 

274628 B C Enterprise Ltd 13,974 

Social Services 1 3,974 

361923 BC Ltd 509,483 

Attorney General 509,483 

384051 BC Ltd 13,033 

Social Services 1 3,033 

389521 BC Ltd 1,028,326 

Attorney General 1,028,326 

391 1 39 B C Ltd 73,002 

Social Services 73,002 

3S Fitness Group Ltd 63,000 

Health 63,000 

5 To 1 1 Care Daycare 22,118 

Social Services 22,1 1 8 

8th Canadian National Child & Youth Care Con- 
ference 19,500 

Social Services 1 9,500 

923 Family Daycare 11,763 

Social Services 1 1 ,763 

ABC Daycare 25,054 

Social Services 25,054 

ABC Family Daycare 1 2,472 

Social Services 12,196 

Women's Equality 276 

A B C Infant Care 24,066 

Women's Equality 19,600 

Women's Equality 4,466 

ABC Kindergarten Daycare & Preschool 1 1 ,608 

Social Services 8,218 

Women's Equality 3,390 

A Child's Heart & A Child's Dreams 66,953 

Social Services 66,953 

A G Super Store, The 11,813 

Social Services 11,813 

AH Consulting Services 120,892 

Social Services 1 20,892 

A N H Crescent Beach Community Services 46,636 

Social Services 46,636 

A Nice Place To Be Childcare Centre 67,360 

Social Services 67,360 

A P Employment Services 1 6,200 

Social Services 1 6,200 

A S T C Science World Society 417,500 

Advanced Education 41 7,500 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

A-Mack Food Services 118,821 

Attorney General 118,821 

AAA Horse & Carriage Ltd 1 0,440 

Social Services 1 0,440 

Aaron Place 117,229 

Health 83,649 

Social Services 33,580 

Abasa Optical Lab 1 7,282 

Social Services 1 7,282 

Abbey Lane Daycare 53,478 

Social Services 53,478 

Abbey Medical Supplies Ltd 31 ,527 

Health 1,075 

Social Services 30,452 

Abbey Restaurant, The 1 1 ,007 

Social Services 1 1 ,007 

Abbotsford Child Care Center 61 ,430 

Social Services 61 ,430 

Abbotsford Christian School Society 2,535,91 8 

Education 2,534,618 

Health 1,300 

Abbotsford-Clearbrook Chamber of Commerce. 27,278 

Economic Development 1 3,000 

Tourism 14,278 

Abbotsford-Matsqui ArtsCouncil 12,625 

Tourism 12,625 

ABC Kindergarten & Infant Care 89,405 

Social Services 88,51 2 

Women's Equality 893 

Abear, RP 15,678 

Health 8,438 

Social Services 7,240 

Aboriginal Peoples Business Association ' 101,126 

Aboriginal Affairs 101,126 

Aboriginal Sport & Recreation Association of 

BC 165,000 

Municipal Affairs 165,000 

Aboriginal Women's Council T. 30,000 

Health 30,000 

Abram, L 27,832 

Social Services 27,832 

Abramowich, Jeanne 12,271 

Social Services 1 2,271 

Acacia TyMawr Holdings Ltd 965,965 

Health 949,175 

Social Services 1 6,790 

Academy for Chief Executives of Technology 

Companies 20,300 

Advanced Education 20,300 

Acadia Road Combined Day Cares Com- 

municare Society 58,625 

Social Services 20,1 26 

Women's Equality 38,499 

Access Community Therapists Ltd 224,492 

Health 221,034 

Social Services 3,458 

Ace, Roy M 263,020 

Social Services 263,020 

Achievement Centres Travel 575,595 

Social Services 575,595 

Acorn 8 Oaks Day Care Society 47,095 

Social Services 47,095 

Acorn Daycare Centre 1 3,61 4 

Social Services 13,614 


client. 


Some payments made under such programs as GAIN or Pharmacare are recorded under the name of the recipient of the funds (third party) rather than by program or 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 40 


Acropolis Manor 

Health 

Act II Child & Family Services Society 

Education 

Health 

Social Services . 

Act IV Community Living 

Social Services 

Action Alcohol & Drug Counselling Society 

Attorney General 

Health 

Action Plus Day Care 

Social Services 

Active Support Against Poverty Society 

Social Services 

Ada's Cinnamon Break Ltd 

Social Services 

Adam, Lynn 

Social Services 

Adamowicz, J K, Dr 

Health 

Adams & Associates Inc, DR 

Health 

Adams Medical Inc, Myles D 

Health 

Adams, S L 

Health 

Addiction Research Foundation 

Health 

Addison-Wesley Publishers Ltd 

Education 

Adeline's Family Daycare 

Social Services 

Adilman, P H, Dr 

Health 

Adler, J, Dr 

Health 

Social Services 

Adoptive Parents Association of B C 

Social Services 

Adrian, B 

Social Services 

Adult Basic Education 

Advanced Education 

Advance Cabs Ltd 

Social Services 

Advanced Education Council of B C 

Advanced Education 

Advanced Housing Society of BC 

Energy, Mines 

Advanced Mobility Products Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Advocacy Centre, The 

Attorney General . 

Affiliation of Multicultural Societies & Service 

Agencies of BC 

Education 

Affordable Housing Charitable Association 

Women's Equality 

Agape Daycare 

Social Services 

Agape Fellowship Society 

Social Services 

Agassiz Christian School Society 

Education 

Agassiz Harrison Daycare Society 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Agassiz-Harrison Community Services Society... 

Health 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Agbemenu, T 

Social Services 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


1,218,271 

Aglugub, N 


42,958 

1,218,271 


Social Services 

42,958 



1,335,883 

Agri-Food Competitiveness Council 


13,546 

814 


Agriculture 

13,546 


129,256 


Agriculture in the Classroom Foundation 


1 4,000 

1,205,813 


Agriculture 

14,000 



104,384 

Agristar Inc 


1 5,000 

104,384 


Economic Development 

15,000 



143,375 

Ahjoos Da Dans Daycare 


143,503 

19,375 


Social Services 

129,423 


1 24,000 


Women's Equality 

14,080 



13,780 

Ahousaht Band Council 


11,599 

13,780 


Aboriginal Affairs 

849 



1 8,000 

Attorney General 

10,750 


18,000 


Aids Consultation & Education Services 


146,034 


13,059 

Health 

146,034 


13,059 


Aids Prince Rupert 


15,656 


16,683 

Health 

15,656 


16,683 


Aids Vancouver 


528,157 


85,789 

Health 

528,157 


85,789 


Aids Vancouver Island 


83,106 


79,584 

Health 

83,106 


79,584 


Aimhi Prince George Association for Community 




14,196 

Living 


4,968,522 

14,196 


Health 

1,292,166 



40,728 

Social Services 

3,676,356 


40,728 


Air BC Ltd 


94,400 


12,201 

Tourism 

94,400 


12,201 


Air Canada 


10,571 


43,934 

Social Services 

10,571 


43,934 


Aitken, Lorraine 


68,764 


11,050 

Social Services 

68,764 


11,050 


Alano Club of New Westminster 


50,466 


97,674 

Government Services 

49,765 


97,674 


Social Services 

701 



30,060 

Alaric, Sandra P 


21,857 

29,660 


Social Services 

21,857 


400 


Alarmgard Group 


17,678 


161,004 

Social Services 

17,678 


161,004 


Alaska Highway 50th Anniversary Celebration 




18,491 

Society 


202,495 

18,491 


Government Services 

202,495 



1,776,964 

Alberni District Fall Fair 


44,498 

1,776,964 


Agriculture 

7,939 



15,701 

Social Services 

36,559 


15,701 


Alberni Health Outreach for Parents & Infants 




139,150 

Association 


63,142 

139,150 


Health 

63,142 



10,000 

Alberni Lodge Ltd 


364,205 

10,000 


Health 

362,174 



384,976 

Social Services 

2,031 


8,701 


Alberni Valley Bingo Association 


35,151 

376,275 


Government Services 

35,151 



11,875 

Alberni Valley Chamber of Commerce 


26,078 

11,875 


Economic Development 

1 3,000 




Tourism 

13,078 



103,400 

Alberni Valley Citizen Advocacy Society 


35,593 

103,400 


Social Services 

35,593 



1 0,000 

Alberni Valley Curling Club 


21,666 

10,000 


Government Services 

21,666 



11,870 

Alberni Valley Day Care Society 


76,266 

11,870 


Social Services 

76,266 



24,307 

Alberni Valley Museum 


25,000 

24,307 


Tourism 

25,000 



322,009 

Alberni-Clayoquot Community Connections Society 


73,034 

322,009 


Attorney General 

73,034 



45,249 

Alberni-Clayoquot Regional Hospital 


33,792 

40,249 


Health 

33,792 


5,000 


Alberta Bosco Homes 


49,632 


1 1 7,067 

Social Services 

49,632 


25,419 


Alberta Ltd 343727 


20,880 

88,348 


Social Services 

20,880 


3,300 


Alcohol-Drug Education Service 


274,399 


22,574 

Education 

25,000 


22,574 


Health 

249,399 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


41 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

Aldergrove Chamber of Commerce 10,590 

Economic Development 5,805 

Tourism 4,785 

Aldergrove Daycare Centre 1 9,934 

Social Services 1 9,934 

Alderman, E 52,706 

Social Services 52,706 

Alexander, Bruce 17,365 

Social Services 1 7,365 

Alexander, C 11,942 

Social Services 11 ,942 

Alexander, D 21,383 

Social Services 21 ,383 

Alexander, Dorothy 1 50,681 

Social Services 1 50,681 

Alexander, Ivy 48,150 

Social Services 48,150 

Alexandra Childrens Centre 22,000 

Social Services 22,000 

Alexandra Private Hospital Ltd 326,048 

Health 326,048 

Alkali Lake Indian Band 68,753 

Government Services 23,538 

Social Services 25,560 

Women's Equality 19,655 

All-Care Patient Products Inc 20,503 

Social Services 20,503 

All-Ways Travel 23,123 

Social Services 23,123 

Allaway, S 18,169 

Social Services 1 8,1 69 

Allen, H 11,172 

Social Services 11,172 

Allen, S 46,997 

Social Services 46,997 

Allen, Sylvia A 22,845 

Social Services 22,845 

Alliance for Health & Fitness Society 32,700 

Municipal Affairs 32,700 

Alliance Friendship Place 22,706 

Social Services 22,706 

AllianceTribal Council 35,000 

Agriculture 35,000 

Allied Indian & Metis Society 1 1 8,493 

Attorney General 55,764 

Health 62,729 

Ally, R 83,434 

Health 50,059 

Social Services 33,375 

Alma Mater Society of the University of 

Victoria 213,771 

Social Services 213,771 

Alma Mater Society of U B C 25,500 

Advanced Education 25,500 

Almero & A Almero, G 1 6,629 

Social Services 16,629 

Almero, G 15,991 

Social Services 15,991 

Alouette Substance Abuse Program Society 365,390 

Health 359,390 

Women's Equality 6,000 

Alpha Home Care Services Ltd 1,927,1 51 

Health 1,719,439 

Social Services 207,712 

Alter-Native Options Society 1 2,600 

Economic Development 12,600 

Alternate Day Care 16,493 

Social Services 1 6,493 

Alternate Shelter Society 1 ,209,651 

Social Services 1,209,651 

Alternative Communication Consultants 57,276 

Health 384 

Social Services 56,892 

Alternatives 451,175 

Health 451,175 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

Alternatives for Independence 74,904 

Social Services 74,904 

Altrusa Club of Nanaimo 23,551 

Government Services 23,551 

Amanick, J 68,107 

Social Services 68,107 

Amata Transition House Society 220,379 

Social Services 215,379 

Women's Equality 5,000 

Amber Glow Resthome 34,014 

Health 34,014 

Ambulance Charges Provincial 36,71 8 

Attorney General 17,691 

Health 19,027 

American AssociationofMotorVehicleAdministrators 1 3,860 

Attorney General 1 3,860 

Amherst Private Hospital 2,408,81 7 

Health 2,407,223 

Social Services 1 ,594 

Amigo Mobility Sales & Service 1 2,428 

Social Services 1 2,428 

Ammundsen Medical Supply Ltd 1 3,1 06 

Social Services 13,106 

Amos, M 85,925 

Health 85,925 

Anahim Lake Community Association 38,500 

Economic Development 38,500 

Anamed Medical Supply 706,889 

Health 25,763 

Social Services 681,126 

Anctil, Cathy 52,515 

Social Services 52,51 5 

Anderlini, Frieda 12,006 

Social Services 1 2,006 

Andersland Out of School 10,626 

Social Services 1 0,626 

Anderson & C Anderson, B 1 0,789 

Social Services 1 0,789 

Anderson & C Anderson, L 55,1 76 

Social Services 55,1 76 

Anderson & P Anderson, D 35,380 

Health 35,380 

Anderson, C 145,028 

Social Services 1 45,028 

Anderson, J 91,049 

Social Services 91 ,049 

Anderson, L 31,675 

Attorney General 31,580 

Social Services 95 

Anderson, L M, Dr 14,134 

Health 14,134 

Anderson, R I D, Dr 29,611 

Health 29,611 

Anderson, Raymond Dale 1 6,728 

Social Services 1 6,728 

Anderson, S 28,032 

Health 28,032 

Anderson, Stephen D, Dr 11 9,257 

Health 119,257 

Anderson, Sue 17,937 

Social Services 1 7,937 

Andrews Holdings-Clover Lodge, Yvonne 1 75,225 

Health 175,225 

Andrews Holdings-English Manor, Yvonne 227,724 

Health 227,724 

Andrews, Tammy 1 7,040 

Social Services 1 7,040 

Angel, C 139,438 

Social Services 1 39,438 

Angus, RJ, Dr 10,800 

Health 10,800 

Animal Crackers Childrens Centre 370,703 

Education 18,416 

Social Services 316,790 

Women's Equality 35,497 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 42 


Anklebyter Out of School Care 

Social Services 

Annets & Denise Annets, Jeff 

Social Services 

Anonuevo, Emma 

Social Services 

Another Mother Daycare 3 

Social Services 

Antonio Inc, C L 

Health 

Social Services 

Apethaw Kosisan Metis Child & Family Support 

Society 

Social Services 

Applied Psychology Group Inc 

Social Services 

Aqamnik Daycare Centre 

Social Services 

Aqua Water Services (1 987) Ltd 

Social Services 

Arbitrators Group 

Labour 

Arbutus Club, The 

Municipal Affairs 

Arc Programs Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Archbold, D 

Health 

Social Services 

Archdiocese of Vancouver 

Attorney General 

Archer, G 

Social Services 

Archibald, D 

Social Services 

Archives Association of B C 

Government Services 

Arena Theatre Co 

Tourism 

Argenta Community Association 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Argenta Monthly Meetingofthe Religious Society 

of Friends 

Women's Equality 

Argyl I Lodge Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Arkesteyn-Vogler, W 

Social Services 

Armstrong & R Armstrong, H 

Social Services 

Armstrong Community Services Centre 

Health 

Armstrong Enderby & Spallumcheen Community 

Health Society 

Health 

Women's Equality 

Armstrong Spallumcheen Home Support Services 

Government Services 

Health 

Social Services 

Armstrong, Gordon 

Health 

Social Services 

Armstrong, J 

Health 

Armstrong-Spallumcheen Community Service 

Centre Association 

Social Services 

Army & Navy Department Store Ltd 

Social Services 

Army Navy & Airforce Veterans in Canada 

Government Services 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


19,062 

Arnott, S 


16,370 

19,062 


Social Services 

16,370 



27,268 

Arranglen Lodge Ltd 


2,440,367 

27,268 


Health 

2,431,972 



36,236 

Social Services 

8,395 


36,236 


Arrow Lakes Hospital Society 


2,236,082 


10,091 

Health 

2,236,082 


10,091 


Arrowsmith Baptist Church 


28,783 


305,860 

Education 

28,783 


249,175 


Arrowsmith Lodge 


1,498,792 

56,685 


Health 

1,490,397 




Social Services 

8,395 



71,491 

Arrowsmith Ski Hill Ltd 


35,000 

71,491 


Transportation 

35,000 



435,504 

Art Gallery of Greater Victoria 


303,353 

435,504 


Government Services 

12,675 



30,624 

Tourism 

290,678 


30,624 


Art Gallery of South Okanagan 


30,250 


11,155 

Tourism 

30,250 


11,155 


Art Image Publications Inc 


20,000 


51,531 

Education 

20,000 


51,531 


Artaban Centre 


15,686 


20,000 

Social Services 

15,686 


20,000 


Arthritis Society, The 


2,976,495 


613,111 

Health 

2,954,723 


117,511 


Social Services 

21,772 


495,600 


Arts Club of Vancouver Theatre Society 


262,500 


39,447 

Tourism 

262,500 


29,388 


Arts Council of New Westminster 


10,995 

1 0,059 


Tourism 

10,995 



62,889 

Arts Council of Surrey & District 


18,225 

62,889 


Tourism 

18,225 



24,678 

Arvand Investment Corp 


1,302,072 

24,678 


Health 

1,148,599 



10,104 

Social Services 

153,473 


10,104 


Arya Bindery & Diecutting Ltd 


11,290 


54,104 

Social Services 

11,290 


54,104 


Ash-Creek TV Society 


51,500 


27,000 

Economic Development 

51,500 


27,000 


Asham & D Asham, J 


89,380 


16,789 

Social Services 

89,380 


16,539 


Ashcroft & District General Hospital 


2,615,625 

250 


Health 

2,608,545 




Social Services 

7,080 



1 2,000 

Ashcroft & District Home Support Society 


253,435 

12,000 


Health 

243,991 



579,016 

Social Services 

9,444 


400,978 


Ashcroft-Cache Creek Regional Golf & Country 



178,038 


Club 


38,780 


34,250 

Government Services 

5,867 


34,250 


Social Services 

32,913 



41,954 

Ashford, Donna 


28,839 

41,954 


Social Services 

28,839 



14,190 

Ashwin Consulting 


115,765 

14,190 


Social Services 

115,765 




Asia Pacific Foundation of Canada 


300,000 


5,061,657 

Environment 

300,000 


5,038,062 


Ask Seniors Project 


255,169 

23,595 


Health 

255,169 



400,802 

Askew's Food Services Ltd 


28,153 

8,037 


Social Services 

28,153 


367,751 


Aspa-Henderson, S 


10,100 

25,014 


Social Services 

10,100 



154,449 

Asselin, Gail 


37,708 

10,947 


Health 

20,918 


143,502 


Social Services 

16,790 



48,383 

Assembly of B C Arts Councils 


70,000 

48,383 


Tourism 

70,000 




Assion, Rita 


16,061 


167,144 

Social Services 

16,061 


167,144 


Assistance Program for Students With Severe Dis- 




78,438 

abilities 


98,088 

78,438 


Advanced Education 

98,088 



140,646 

Associated Boards of Health of B C 


452,000 

1 40,646 


Health 

452,000 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


Associated Canadian Travellers 

Government Services 

Associated Festivals of BC Society, The 

Attorney General 

Associated Island Motorsports 

Social Services 

Associated Respiratory Services Inc 

Social Services 

Association Des Parents Francophone De La Col- 

ombie-Britannique 

Education 

Association Des Professeurs De L Immersion Et 

Du Programme Cadre 

Education 

Association for Christian Education of Prince 

George 

Education 

Association for Parent Education & Assessment... 

Social Services 

Association for the Promotion & Advancement of 

Science Education 

Advanced Education 

Education 

Association Francophone De Kamloops 

Social Services 

Association of B C Professional Foresters 

Environment 

Forests 

Association of Book Publishers of B C 

Tourism 

Association of Christian High Schools In B C 

Education 

Association of Neighborhood Houses of Greater 

Vancouver 

Health 

Social Services 

Astara Exteriors Ltd 

Social Services 

Atira Transitional House Society 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Atkins, Victoria J 

Health 

Atkinson, R 

Health 

Atkinson-Brown, P 

Social Services 

Atlin District Airport Association 

Transportation 

Atlin Recreation Centre 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Women's Equality 

Attention Deficit Support Association 

, Health 

Attwood, V 

Social Services 

Aube Inc, N, Dr 

Education 

Health 

Aubrey, Lisa 

Attorney General 

Audette, L 

Social Services 

Augustine & E Augustine, D 

Social Services 

Aumar Ventures Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Aunt Julies Daycare Centre 

Social Services 

Auntie Gramma's Family Day Care 

Social Services 

Auntie Gwyneth's 

Social Services 


143 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


27,263 

Aurora Society, The 


355,324 

27,263 


Health 

320,195 



15,000 

Social Services 

35,129 


15,000 


Austen & L Austen, D 


28,901 


31,981 

Social Services 

28,901 


31,981 


Austen, L 


13,345 


110,657 

Social Services 

13,345 


110,657 


Austin, L 


41,316 



Health 

41,316 



460,288 

Austin, Paul 


12,125 

460,288 


Health 

12,125 




Auxi 1 iary to Vancouver General Hospital 


20,670 


25,500 

Government Services 

20,670 


25,500 


Avon lea House 


121,438 



Health 

108,292 



625,026 

Social Services 

13,146 


625,026 


Avulis, C 


24,465 


564,528 

Social Services 

24,465 


564,528 


Awassis Home Society 


214,599 



Social Services 

214,599 



29,570 

Aweena-K'Ola Management Project 


30,000 

19,570 


Agriculture 

30,000 


1 0,000 


Axis Mime Theatre Society 


42,000 


10,000 

Tourism 

42,000 


1 0,000 


Ayers & M Nadler, D 


1 7,898 


70,000 

Social Services 

1 7,898 


30,000 


Ayers, D 


26,601 

40,000 


Health 

26,601 



47,000 

Ayles, L 


36,980 

47,000 


Social Services 

36,980 



836,508 

Ayotte Medical Services Inc 


27,675 

836,508 


Health 

27,675 




B C & Yukon Association of Women's Centres ... 


93,675 


2,623,017 

Women's Equality 

93,675 


2,298,032 


B C & Yukon Chamber of Mines 


1 7,000 

324,985 


Energy, Mines 

1 7,000 



10,165 

B C 4-H Provincial Council 


68,000 

10,165 


Agriculture 

68,000 



206,442 

B C A A Travel Leisure Ltd 


13,007 

5,243 


Health 

975 


201,199 


Social Services 

12,032 



25,390 

B C Aboriginal Network on Disability Society .... 


16,000 

25,390 


Aboriginal Affairs 

1 6,000 



52,277 

B C Advanced Systems Foundation 


2,397,000 

52,277 


Advanced Education 

2,397,000 



13,746 

B C Amateur Athletics Association 


332,893 

13,746 


Municipal Affairs 

332,893 



13,147 

B C Amateur Baseball Association 


198,930 

13,147 


Government Services 

1,037 



13,369 

Municipal Affairs 

197,893 


3,119 


B C Amateur Basketball Association 


190,425 

250 


Municipal Affairs 

190,425 


10,000 


B C Amateur Boxing Association 


40,020 


19,600 

Municipal Affairs 

40,020 


19,600 


B C Amateur Football Association 


30,885 


18,321 

Municipal Affairs 

30,885 


18,321 


B C Amateur Golf Association 


54,580 


91,800 

Government Services 

25,000 


9,019 


Municipal Affairs 

29,580 


82,781 


B C Amateur Hockey Association 


243,600 


10,328 

Municipal Affairs 

243,600 


10,328 


B C Amateur Softball Association 


144,203 


17,927 

Municipal Affairs 

144,203 


17,927 


B C Amateur Synchronized Swimming Associa- 




17,785 

tion 


73,950 

17,785 


Municipal Affairs 

73,950 



141,038 

B C Archery Association 


48,485 

128,949 


Municipal Affairs 

48,485 


1 2,089 


B C Association for Community Living 


51,780 


44,309 

Government Services 

3,880 


44,309 


Health 

5,000 



15,108 

Social Services 

42,900 


15,108 


B C Association of Agricultural Fairs & Exhibi- 




10,330 

tions 


38,135 

10,330 


Agriculture 

38,135 



I 44 


B C Association of Friendship Centre 

Health 

B C Association of Indian Friendship Centre 

Aboriginal Affairs 

Health 

B C Association of Police Affiliated Victim/ Wit- 
ness Services 

Attorney General 

B C Association of Private Ca re Fac i I ities 

Health 

B C Association of Specialized Victim Assistance 

Programs 

Attorney General 

BC Association of Teachers of Modern Languages 

Education 

B C Aviation Council 

Transportation 

B C Badminton Association 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

BC Biotechnology Alliance Society 

Advanced Education 

B C Blind Sports & Recreation Association 

Municipal Affairs 

B C Block Parent Program 

Attorney General 

B C Borstal Association 

Attorney General 

Health 

B C Breastfeeding Society 

Social Services 

B C Business Council 

Education 

B C Cancer Agency 

Advanced Education 

Health 

Social Services 

B C Cancer Foundation 

Government Services 

B C Cattlemens Association 

Agriculture 

Government Services 

B C Centre for International Education 

Education 

B C Chamber Executives Association 

Economic Development 

BC Childrens Hospital 

Government Services 

Health 

Social Services 

B C Choral Federation 

Tourism 

B C Coalition for Safer Communities 

Attorney General 

B C Coalition of People with Disabilities 

Advanced Education 

Health 

Social Services 

B C Community Living Support Services 

Social Services 

B C Confederation of Parent Advisory Coun- 
cils 

Education 

B C Conservation Foundation 

Environment 

B C Construction Industry Skills Improvement 

Council 

Advanced Education 

B C Council for the Family 

Health 

Social Services 

B C Courthouse Library. Society 

Attorney General 

B C Cricket Association, The 

Municipal Affairs 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


50,000 

B C Crime Prevention Association 


97,387 

50,000 


Attorney General 

97,387 



216,340 

B C Custom Car Association 


182,737 

110,000 


Government Services 

182,737 


106,340 


B C Dairy Herd Improvement Services 


728,600 



Agriculture 

728,600 



30,000 

B C Deaf Sports Federation 


23,386 

30,000 


Municipal Affairs 

20,000 



583,806 

Social Services 

3,386 


583,806 


B C Debris Control Board 


1 80,000 



Forests 

1 80,000 



24,450 

B C Dietitians & Nutritionists Association 


14,605 

24,450 


Health 

14,605 



1 5,000 

B C Drug & Poison Information Centre 


11,455 

1 5,000 


Health 

11,455 



83,876 

B C Environmental Network 


80,383 

83,876 


Environment 

80,383 



93,652 

B C Epilepsy Society 


14,304 

1,200 


Health 

14,304 


92,452 


B C Fas Resource Group 


100,000 


256,924 

Health 

100,000 


256,924 


B C Federation of Agriculture 


20,000 


58,860 

Environment 

20,000 


58,860 


B C Federation of Foster Parents Association 


90,000 


24,400 

Social Services 

90,000 


24,400 


B C Federation of Foster Parents Association 




164,742 

Headquarters 


1,133,421 

136,942 


Social Services 

1,133,421 


27,800 


B C Fencing Association 


47,415 


1 0,000 

Municipal Affairs 

47,415 


10,000 


B C Ferry Corp 


43,129,227 


70,000 

Finance 

43,127,850 


70,000 


Social Services 

1,377 



78,238,636 

B C Festival of the Arts Society 


810,591 

60,000 


Social Services 

10,591 


78,176,493 


Tourism 

800,000 


2,143 


B C Film 


4,600,000 


30,000 

Tourism 

4,600,000 


30,000 


B C Firefighters Museum Society 


44,443 


1 1 1 ,600 

Social Services 

44,443 


110,000 


B C First Nations Gaming Commission 


10,000 

1,600 


Attorney General 

10,000 



24,934 

B C Fishing Resorts & Outfitters Associa- 



24,934 


tion 


45,000 


24,000 

Tourism 

45,000 


24,000 


B C Flatwater Canoeing Association 


55,706 


99,067,995 

Municipal Affairs 

55,706 


163,652 


B C Food Marketing Council 


68,500 

98,611,535 


Agriculture 

68,500 


292,808 


B C Forage Council 


25,000 


100,250 

Agriculture 

25,000 


100,250 


B C Forest Museum 


470,135 


35,000 

Forests 

30,000 


35,000 


Social Services 

169,335 



179,520 

Tourism 

270,800 


48,405 


B C Forestry Association 


25,559 

124,993 


Government Services 

25,559 


6,122 


B C Global Education Project 


1 5,000 


15,699 

Education 

1 5,000 


15,699 


B C Gymnastic Association 


107,010 



Municipal Affairs 

107,010 



202,500 

B C Head Injury Association 


140,411 

202,500 


Government Services 

36,506 



42,021 

Health 

103,905 


42,021 


B C Health Association 


227,791 



Health 

227,791 



30,000 

B C Health Care Risk Management Society 


2,918,068 

30,000 


Health 

2,918,068 



600,856 

B C Health Research Foundation 


8,300,000 

420,107 


Health 

8,300,000 


180,749 


B C Healthly Communities Network 


27,000 


174,828 

Health 

27,000 


174,828 


B C Healthy Communities Provincial Steering 




11,745 

Committee 


40,000 

11,745 


Health 

40,000 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


145 


B C Heritage Trust 

Aboriginal Affairs 

Tourism 

B C Hog Marketing Commission 

Agriculture 

B C Housing Management Commission 

Health 

Municipal Affairs..... 

Social Services 

B C Human Rights Coalition 

Education 

B C Hydro & Power Authority 

Energy, Mines 

Health 

Social Services 

B C I T Child Care Centre 

Social Services 

B C Institute of Technology 

Advanced Education 

Forests 

Health 

Women's Equality 

B C Institute on Family Violence Society 

Attorney General 

Health 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

B C Interior Recycling 

Environment 

B C International Commercial Arbitration Cen- 
tre 

Economic Development 

B C Judo Association 

Municipal Affairs 

B C Lacrosse Association 

Municipal Affairs 

B C Language Coordinators Association 

Education 

B C Library Association 

Municipal Affairs 

B C Library Trustees Association 

Municipal Affairs 

B C Lions Society for Children with Disability 

Government Services 

Health 

Social Services 

B C Lung Association 

Government Services 

B C Medical Association 

Government Services 

Health 

B C Medical Equipment Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

B C Mental Health Society 

Health 

Social Services 

B C Mobility Opportunities Society 

Government Services 

B C Motion Picture Association '. 

Tourism 

BC Museums Association 

Tourism 

B C Muslim Association 

Education 

B C Netball Association 

Municipal Affairs 

B C Neurological Foundation 

Government Services 

B C Neurological Group Home Society 

Health 

B C Nurses' Union 

Health 

B C Paraplegic Association 

Government Services 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


2,033,300 

Social Services 

37,000 


13,300 


B C Paraplegic Foundation 


512,919 

2,020,000 


Government Services 

512,919 



145,468 

B C Parents in Crisis Society 


114,003 

145,468 


Social Services 

114,003 



53,350,710 

B C Parkinsons Disease Association 


10,712 

2,333,351 


Health 

10,712 


49,496,800 


B C Pavilion Corp 


4,710,000 

1,520,559 


Economic Development 

4,710,000 



15,000 

B C Pharmacist Society 


73,204 

15,000 


Health 

73,204 



17,398 

B C Principals/Vice Principals Association 


161,500 

10,000 


Education 

161,500 


7,163 


B C Prosthetic & Orthotics Services 


114,748 

235 


Health 

89,697 



62,209 

Social Services 

25,051 


62,209 


B C Public Health Association >. 


115,000 


89,182,924 

Health 

115,000 


89,001,724 


B C Racing Commission 


7,579,314 

25,000 


Attorney General 

7,579,314 


155,700 


B C Racquetball Association 


13,920 

500 


Municipal Affairs 

13,920 



532,455 

B C Rail Ltd 


13,260,976 

16,210 


Social Services 

976 


445,995 


Transportation 

13,260,000 


5,000 


B C Recreation & Parks Association 


116,000 

65,250 


Municipal Affairs 

116,000 



99,998 

B C Regional Hospital Districts 


117,780,453 

99,998 


Health 

117,780,453 




B C Rehabilitation Society 


271,806 


25,000 

Advanced Education 

2,500 


25,000 


Health 

1 7,285 



73,950 

Social Services 

230,399 


73,950 


Women's Equality 

21,622 



62,640 

B C Rehabilitation Society-G F Strong Rehabilitation 



62,640 


Centre 


18,296,703 


10,000 

Health 

18,235,184 


10,000 


Women's Equality 

61,519 



314,500 

B C Rehabilitation Society-Pearson Centre 


17,302,014 

314,500 


Government Services 

28,639 



26,665 

Health 

17,273,375 


26,665 


B C Research Corp 


1 ,600,000 


343,517 

Advanced Education 

1 ,600,000 


339,597 


B C Rhythmic Sportive Gymnastic Federa- 



1,240 


tion 


32,190 

2,680 


Municipal Affairs TC 

32,190 



37,500 

B C Ringette Association 


41,650 

37,500 


Municipal Affairs 

41,650 



28,877 

B C Road Builders & Heavy Construction Associ- 



4,675 


ation 


11,200 

24,202 


Transportation 

11,200 



251,720 

B C Round Table on the Environment & the Econ- 



19,558 


omy 


10,000 

232,162 


Economic Development 

10,000 



107,996,183 

B C Rugby Union 


107,153 

107,454,994 


Municipal Affairs... 

107,153 


541,189 


BC Safety Council 


400,000 


19,990 

Attorney General 

400,000 


19,990 


B C Sailing Association 


134,245 


35,000 

Municipal Affairs 

134,245 


35,000 


B C Salmon Farmers Association 


20,000 


90,000 

Agriculture 

20,000 


90,000 


B C Schizophrenia Society 


466,130 


513,220 

Government Services 

3,167 


513,220 


Health 

458,085 



25,230 

Social Services 

4,878 


25,230 


B C School Sports 


1 08,000 


666,667 

Municipal Affairs 

1 08,000 


666,667 


B C School Superintendents Association 


374,163 


202,765 

Education 

374,163 


202,765 


B C School T rustees Association 


151,000 


135,119 

Education 

151,000 


135,119 


B C Seniors Games Society 


151,018 


38,300 

Government Services 

11,018 


1,300 


Municipal Affairs 

140,000 



146 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


B C Soccer Association 

Municipal Affairs 

B C Society for Human/Animal Interaction 

Attorney General 

B C Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to 

Animals 

Agriculture 

Environment 

Government Services 

B C Society of Model Engineers 

Government Services 

B C Space Sciences Society 

Advanced Education 

Education 

B C Special Olympics Society 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

B C Speedskating Association 

Municipal Affairs 

B C Sport & Fitness Council for the Disabled 

Municipal Affairs 

B C Sport Parachute Council 

Municipal Affairs 

B C Sports Hall of Fame & Museum 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

B C Squash Racquets Association 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

B C Stevens Co Ltd, The 

Health 

Social Services 

B C Student Loans 

Advanced Education 

B C Summer & Winter Games Society 

Municipal Affairs 

B C Summer Swimming Association 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

B C Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in 

Canada, The 

Attorney General 

B C Systems Corp 

Advanced Education 

B C Table Tennis Association 

Municipal Affairs 

B C Teachers Federation 

Education 

Government Services 

B C Tenpin Federation 

Municipal Affairs 

B C Touring Council 

Tourism 

B C T rade Development Corp 

Office of the Premier 

Advanced Education 

Economic Development 

B C Transit 

Attorney General 

Energy, Mines 

Environment 

Finance 

Social Services 

B C Transplant Society 

Health 

B C T rappers Association 

Environment 

B C Triathlon Association, The 

Municipal Affairs 

B C Trout Farmers Association 

Agriculture 

B C Volleyball Association 

Municipal Affairs 

B C Water & Wastewater Operators 

Environment 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


163,323 

B C Water Fowl Society 


10,500 

163,323 


Advanced Education 

1 0,500 



16,914 

B C Water Polo Association 


73,950 

16,914 


Municipal Affairs 

73,950 




B C Water Ski Association 


20,860 


46,114 

Government Services 

1,360 


40,000 


Municipal Affairs 

19,500 


2,000 


B C Weightlifting Association 


34,380 

4,114 


Municipal Affairs 

34,380 



75,172 

B C Wildlife Federation 


36,844 

75,172 


Environment 

36,844 



1 04,000 

B C Wine Institute 


46,573 

64,000 


Agriculture 

46,573 


40,000 


B C Women of the Metis Nation 


15,000 


64,522 

Women's Equality 

1 5,000 


38,522 


B C Womens Field Hockey Federation 


122,485 

26,000 


Municipal Affairs 

122,485 



68,910 

B C Womens Institute 


29,200 

68,910 


Agriculture 

29,200 



87,000 

B C Wrestling Association 


259,670 

87,000 


Government Services 

116,832 



15,245 

Municipal Affairs 

142,838 


15,245 


B C/Yukon Society of Transition Houses 


159,633 


335,000 

Education 

1 0,000 


300,000 


Social Services 

139,633 


35,000 


Women's Equality 

1 0,000 



49,950 

B J ^Enterprises Ltd 


104,668 

2,100 


Health 

94,111 


47,850 


Social Services 

10,557 



11,872 

B O S Co Builders Onsite Supplies Corp 


13,053 

5,617 


Social Services 

13,053 


6,255 


Babcock, J 


30,000 


26,221,886 

Economic Development 

30,000 


26,221,886 


Bacon & F Lindstrom, D 


49,481 


2,700,000 

Social Services 

49,481 


2,700,000 


Baerg & D Baerg, C 


21,599 


31,867 

Social Services 

21,599 


5,767 


Baert & M Bland, L 


46,080 

26,100 


Social Services 

46,080 




Baert, L 


49,360 


51,852 

Social Services 

49,360 


51,852 


Bagan, E 


25,205 


415,000 

Social Services 

25,205 


415,000 


Bagshaw Womens's Clinic 


641,585 


39,585 

Health 

641,585 


39,585 


Baier & J Baier, R 


27,108 


749,940 

Social Services 

27,108 


744,940 


Baier, R 


10,972 

5,000 


Social Services 

10,972 



19,575 

Bailey & R Bailey, W 


36,692 

19,575 


Social Services 

36,692 



66,000 

Bailey, W 


10,100 

66,000 


Social Services 

9,302 



12,624,123 

Women's Equality 

798 


8,950,000 


Baillie Community Care Corp-Maplewood 



9,771 


Manor 


1,142,282 

3,664,352 


Health 

1,019,253 



237,084,305 

Social Services 

123,029 


35,000 


Baird, L D, Dr 


54,600 

1 0,000 


Health 

54,600 


25,000 


Baker Inc, Ray P, Dr 


19,414 

226,946,807 


Health 

19,364 


10,067,498 


Social Services 

50 



17,177,513 

Baker Memorial Hospital Society, G R 


10,548,730 

17,177,513 


Health 

10,548,730 



47,385 

Baker Memorial Hospital, G R 


56,488 

47,385 


Health 

330 



15,225 

Social Services 

56,158 


15,225 


Baker, Linette 


18,150 


16,250 

Social Services 

18,150 


16,250 


Baker, Mary 


23,264 


1 79,673 

Social Services 

23,264 


179,673 


Baker, PP 


23,671 


25,000 

Health 

11,847 


25,000 


Social Services 

11,824 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


147 


Baker, V, Dr 

Health 

Bakerview Rest Home 

Social Services 

Bakusko & C Angel, M 

Social Services 

Baldwin & P Baldwin, E 

Social Services 

Baldwin Interiors 

Social Services 

Baldwin, Doreen 

Social Services 

Balfour House Inc 

Health 

Social Services 

Balfour Recreation Commission.... 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

Ball, L 

Attorney General 

Health 

Ball, W 

Social Services 

Ballantyne, D 

Social Services 

Ballard Power Systems Inc 

Advanced Education 

Economic Development 

Ballet BC 

Tourism 

Balmoral Hotel 

Social Services 

Baluch, WyoneG 

Social Services 

Bambi Enterprises Ltd 

Social Services 

Bamfield Marine Station 

Advanced Education 

Education 

Banae, Soraya 

Social Services 

Banavern Manor Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Banga-An & J Banga-An, P 

Health 

Banton, S 

Social Services 

Baptist Union of Western Canada . 

Attorney General 

Baranyai, T 

Social Services 

Baranyi, Katherine A, Dr 

Attorney General 

Barber Prosthetics Clinic Inc, John 

Health 

Barbo's Family Day Care 

Social Services 

Barclay Lodge 

Social Services 

Barclay, R 

Social Services 

Barker, J 

Social Services 

Barker, M C 

Social Services 

Barnes, B 

Social Services 

Barnes, David S, Dr 

Health 

Barrett, S 

Social Services 

Barriere & District Health Society . 

Health 

Barrow, Betty H 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


1 1 7,970 

Social Services 

42,487 


117,970 


Barry, F A, Dr 


13,832 


175,992 

Attorney General 

13,832 


175,992 


Barth & D Barth, G 


20,280 


46,436 

Social Services 

20,280 


46,436 


Bartlett, Deirdre 


12,565 


13,785 

Health 

1 1 ,409 


13,785 


Social Services 

1,156 



11,894 

Basi-Primeau, R 


142,529 

11,894 


Social Services 

142,529 



10,022 

Basic Foods Inc 


11,769 

10,022 


Social Services 

11,769 



342,211 

Basketball Canada 


20,000 

301,667 


Municipal Affairs 

20,000 


40,544 


Bassingthwaighte, C 


55,788 


38,873 

Health 

55,788 


250 


Bateman, J 


52,665 

38,623 


Social Services 

52,665 



16,673 

Bateson, K 


26,504 

4,257 


Social Services 

26,504 


12,416 


Battered Womens Support Services 


316,118 


12,252 

Attorney General 

316,118 


12,252 


Battery Doctors 


12,525 


11,890 

Environment 

12,525 


11,890 


Bauer & S Schnarr, D, Drs ■. 


16,924 


2,782,335 

Social Services 

16,924 


2,439,518 


Baugh & K Baugh, N 


18,150 

342,817 


Social Services 

18,150 



370,000 

Bay Optical 


13,864 

370,000 


Social Services 

13,864 



12,541 

Bay, The 


17,307 

12,541 


Social Services 

17,307 



13,568 

Bazerque, P 


51,240 

13,568 


Social Services 

51,240 



22,230 

Beach & Wayne Beach, Sharon 


11,647 

22,230 


Health 

11,647 



38,000 

Beach Holme Publishers Ltd 


27,440 

30,000 


Tourism 

27,440 


8,000 


Beach, G 


33,575 


13,426 

Social Services 

33,575 


13,426 


Beacock, B 


115,552 


133,421 

Social Services 

115,552 


44,591 


Beacon Garden Early Childhood Centre 


80,262 

88,830 ' 


Social Services 

75,087 



30,596 

Women's Equality 

5,175 


30,596 


Beacon Hill Lodge 


10,053 


37,699 

Social Services 

10,053 


37,699 


Beacon Hill Lodges Inc-James Bay 


3,790,583 


127,267 

Health 

3,790,583 


127,267 


Beacon Hill Lodges Inc-West Vancouver 


5,777,446 


23,983 

Health 

5,777,446 


23,983 


Beacon Hill Villa 


1,201,529 


37,049 

Health 

1,201,529 


37,049 


Bear Country Play School 


14,501 


156,920 

Social Services 

14,501 


156,920 


Bear Facts Family Daycare 


10,443 


19,620 

Social Services 

10,443 


19,620 


Beaton, Lee 


18,150 


70,961 

Social Services 

18,150 


70,961 


Beattie Coflin & Associates Inc 


15,575 


32,323 

Health 

15,575 


32,323 


Beaufort Association for the Mental ly Hand icapped 


338,731 


22,994 

Health 

63,998 


22,994 


Social Services 

274,733 



37,494 

Beaufort Child Care Society 


1 0,000 

37,494 


Social Services 

10,000 



61,624 

Beaume & A Beaume, B 


22,354 

61,624 


Social Services 

22,354 



97,666 

Beausoleil Enterprises Ltd 


311,075 

97,666 


Health 

264,760 



46,364 

Social Services 

46,315 


46,364 


Beauvista Enterprises Ltd 


187,305 


309,154 

Social Services 

187,305 


309,154 


Beaver Valley Golf & Recreation Society 


97,473 


42,487 

Social Services 

97,473 



148 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Beaver Valley Public Library Association 

Municipal Affairs 

Bechthold, D 

Social Services 

Beck, Rachel 

Social Services 

Beckett, K 

Social Services 

Beckley Farm Lodge 

Health 

Social Services 

Beckley Farm Lodge Adult Day Care 

Health 

Beddows & I Beddows, C 

Social Services 

Bedford Support Society, Kathi 

Health 

Beech, G 

Social Services 

Beehive Manor 

Health 

Social Services 

Begbie Guest House Inc 

Health 

Social Services 

Bel Air Taxi Ltd 

Social Services 

Belair Resthome Ltd 

Health 

Belaire Women's Society 

Government Services 

Health 

Belanger Enterprises Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Belfry Theatre Society 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Tourism 

Beliveau, Evelyn 

Social Services 

Bell &B Bell, R 

Social Services .. 

Bell &K Bell, L 

Social Services 

Bell, D 

Health 

Social Services 

Bell, Jacqueline 

Social Services 

Bell, M 

Social Services 

Bell-Smith, S 

Social Services 

Bella Coola Community Support Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Bella Coola General Hospital 

Health 

Social Services 

Bella Coola Home Support Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Bella Coola Medical Group 

Health 

Bella Vue Guest Home (1 988) Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Bellvau, R 

Social Services 

Belmont Daycare 

Social Services 

Belmont Park Preschool Society 

Social Services 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


18,222 

18,222 

15,933 

15,933 

16,138 

16,138 

46,496 

46,496 

1,761,887 

1,759,806 


2,081 

156,662 

156,662 

102,971 

102,971 

59,767 

59,767 

67,349 

67,349 

79,065 

45,878 

33,187 

239,493 

196,970 

42,523 

30,004 

30,004 

636,340 

636,340 

25,390 

1,300 


24,090 

439,575 

313,587 


125,988 

210,166 

119,362 


3,304 

87,500 

23,513 

23,513 

150,135 

150,135 

1 4,409 

14,409 

150,214 

2,870 

147,344 

31,457 

31,457 

40,238 

40,238 

78,704 

78,704 

181,687 

80,700 

77,959 

23,028 

1,551,850 

1,551,835 


15 

149,039 

133,302 


15,737 

16,918 

16,918 

143,935 

110,768 

33,167 

31,581 

31,581 

35,090 

35,090 

26,818 

26,818 



Benevolent & Protective Order of Elks 

Government Services 

Benjamin Residence, J 

Health 

Benjamin, Mark 

Social Services 

Benn, Heather 

Health 

Social Services 

Benson, R 

Social Services 

Bentley, Mary 

Health 

Social Services 

Berekoff, D 

Social Services 

Berg & D Berg, B 

Social Services 

Berg & L Berg, S 

Social Services 

Berg Group Home, Diana 

Social Services 

Berg, D 

Social Services 

Berg, S 

Social Services 

Bergen, D 

Health 

Bergmann & A Bergmann, E 

Health 

Bergsma & A Bergsma, A 

Social Services 

Berkowski, Melody 

Social Services 

Berman, K G, Dr 

Health 

Berry & Smith Trucking Ltd 

Environment 

Bertram DayCare 

Social Services 

Best Cost Foods Ltd 

Social Services 

Best, E 

Health 

Bet's Snack & Dab Co Ltd 

Social Services 

Bethany Home (1 990) Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Bethel Chapel Society 

Education 

Bethel Christian School 

Education 

Bethesda Home.... 

Social Services 

Bethesda the Christian Association for Handi- 
capped People 

Health 

Betty's Day Care 

Social Services 

Between Friends Out of School Care 

Social Services 

Beverlly Lodge 

Health 

Social Services 

Bialkowski, K 

Social Services 

Bibby, A D 

Attorney General 

Bible Fellowship Missionary Society 

Education 

Bickle, G S, Dr 

Health 

Bieringer, C 

Social Services 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


78,109 

78,109 

687,269 

687,269 

37,119 

37,119 

42,194 

15,649 

26,545 

16,915 

16,915 

215,987 

150,761 


65,226 

18,874 

18,874 

188,560 

188,560 

52,801 

52,801 

31,270 

31,270 

181,233 

181,233 

124,453 

124,453 

25,375 

25,375 

34,396 

34,396 

27,583 

27,583 

10,924 

10,924 

15,593 

15,593 

171,695 

171,695 

29,766 

29,766 

32,485 

32,485 

20,326 

20,326 

1 3,469 

13,469 

705,036 

697,325 


7,711 

1 6,601 

16,601 

19,263 

19,263 

2,160,562 

2,160,562 

920,117 

920,117 

12,493 

1 2,493 

40,046 

40,046 

269,727 

218,368 


51,359 

47,417 

47,417 

1 7,082 

1 7,082 

126,310 

126,310 

13,880 

13,880 

65,190 

65,190 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


Ministry 

$ 


Bifano, M 

Social Services 

Big Blocks Daycare Centre 

Social Services 

Big Brothers & Big Sisters of Victoria 

Social Services 

Big Brothers of B C & Affiliated Big Sisters 

Government Services 

Big Brothers of Greater Vancouver 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Big Sisters of B C Lower Mainland 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Bigelow, D 

Health 

Bilingual Montessori 

Social Services 

Billings, B 

Social Services 

Billings, V 

Social Services 

Billington, Lidwien 

Social Services 

Binnie, J P K, Dr 

Health 

Birch, A 

Social Services 

Birchwood Care Facility Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Bird, F 

Social Services 

Birds of BC Project 

Forests 

Biro, A 

Social Services 

Bishop & D Bishop, F 

Social Services 

Bishop, D 

Social Services 

Bishop, WP, Dr 

Health 

Social Services 

Bitten & S Kosiancic, H 

Social Services 

Bjorkman & S Bjorkman, B 

Social Services 

Bjornsfelt, D 

Social Services 

Bjornson, Michelle 

Tourism 

Black Jack Cross Country Ski Club 

Government Services 

Black Top Cabs Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Black, Victor HA, Dr 

Health 

Blanchet, A, Dr 

Health 

Blanchet, V 

Social Services 

Bland, M P 

Health 

Social Services 

Blanshard Community Centre 

Social Services 

Blenheim Lodge 

Health 

Social Services 

Blewett Recreation Society 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

Blinkhorn, A 



40,208 

40,208 

11,006 

11,006 

26,920 

26,920 

32,500 

32,500 

92,904 

49,968 

42,936 

45,246 

405 


44,841 

28,650 

28,650 

41,437 

41,437 

225,432 

225,432 

14,450 

14,450 

33,236 

33,236 

90,418 

90,418 

14,820 

14,820 

734,055 

535.027 

199.028 

41,926 

41,926 

25,000 

25,000 

13,033 

13,033 

1 8,063 

1 8,063 

10,450 

10,450 

10,422 

10,374 


48 

53,986 

53,986 

167,560 

167,560 

12,641 

12,641 

20,000 

20,000 

10,224 

10,224 

40,300 

29 


40,271 

58,144 

58,144 

170,716 

170,716 

31,255 

31,255 

27,348 

5,875 

21,473 

53,278 

53,278 

2,443,585 

2,435,874 


7,711 

88,115 

250 


87,865 

41,318 


Social Services 41,318 

Bliss, G 

Health 45,000 

Block Watch Society of B C 

Attorney General 30,000 

Blooming Humans 

Social Services 1 5,528 

Blue Mountain Family Daycare 

Social Services 1 2,587 

Blue Playroom, The 

Social Services 1 8,526 

Blue River Alpine Club 

Government Services 1 9,1 21 

Blue Spruce Cottage Ltd 

Health 327,321 

Social Services 161,986 

Blueberry Industry Development Council 

Agriculture 411,000 

Bluebird Cabs Ltd 

Health 35 

Social Services 35,1 45 

Boat Daycare Society 

Social Services 71 ,747 

Women's Equality 830 

Bock, Diane 

Social Services 93,463 

Bodnar, Louise 

Social Services 39,042 

Bodnar, Vivian 

Attorney General 27,284 

Boehmer, A, Mrs 

Social Services 1 7,033 

Boggaram, Bindu 

Social Services 29,296 

Bogyo, G R 

Attorney General 28,904 

Health 7,903 

Social Services 275 

Bold Knight Enterprises Ltd 

Social Services , 11 ,480 

Bolton, M 

Social Services 1 9,244 

Bonanza Charities Association 

Government Services 20,134 

Bonar, K 

Social Services 34,81 3 

Bonk, Ted 

Social Services 1 5,399 

Bonnett & Okanagan Similkameen, Coopera- 
tive, V 

Health 23,063 

Bonnett, Cathy 

Social Services 1 2,461 

Bonnie Bairns Child Care 

Social Services 2,433 

Women's Equality 13,900 

Bonnie Bairns Daycare 

Social Services 83,090 

Bonnie Lee Place 

Health 64,318 

Bonnymuir Lodge Ltd 

Attorney General 94,130 

Health 864,986 

Social Services 41 ,055 

Bonnys Taxi Ltd 

Health 268 

Social Services 23,387 

Bonson & Glenda Bonson, Doug 

Health 160,661 

Boomer & C Boomer, T 

Social Services 22,277 

Booth Medical Inc, Barry F 

Health 63,833 

Booth, Keith F 

Attorney General 1 5,646 


I 49 

Total 

$ 

45.000 

30.000 
15,528 
12,587 
18,526 
19,121 

489,307 

411,000 

35,180 

72,577 

93,463 
39,042 
27,284 
1 7,033 
29,296 
37,082 

11,480 

19,244 

20,134 

34,813 

15,399 

23,063 

12,461 

16,333 

83,090 

64,318 

1,000,171 

23,655 

160,661 

22,277 

63,833 

15,646 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 50 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

Borealis Magazine 10,000 

Environment 10,000 

Borg, R 20,036 

Social Services 20,036 

Borowski, Rhonda 13,951 

Social Services 13,951 

Borthwikk, L 51,518 

Social Services 51,518 

Bosomworth, N 30,046 

Social Services 30,046 

Boudin, HM, Dr 39,570 

Health 39,570 

Boudreau & E Jang, N 511,535 

Social Services 511,535 

Boudreau, G 63,974 

Social Services 63,974 

Boulder Bay Youth Trust Account 21 ,1 05 

Attorney General 21,105 

Boundary District Curling Club 20,000 

Government Services 20,000 

Boundary Family & Individual Services Society .. 342,61 2 

Attorney General 26,61 7 

Health 182,950 

Social Services 1 33,045 

Boundary Home Support Service Association 594,725 

Health 592,381 

Social Services 2,344 

Boundary Hospital 26,164 

Health 38 

Social Services 26,1 26 

Boundary Hospital Society 5,220,098 

Health 5,220,098 

Boundary Lodge 955,640 

Health 955,640 

Boundary Museum Society 27,571 

Social Services 22,571 

Tourism 5,000 

Boundary Senior Citizens Housing Society 34,556 

Health 500 

Social Services 34,056 

Boundary Union Board of Health 1 37,594 

Health 137,594 

Boundary Women's Coalition 48,682 

Social Services 38,682 

Women's Equality 10,000 

Bountiful Elementary-Secondary School Soci- 
ety 371,125 

Education 371,125 

Boutin, R 23,999 

Health 23,999 

Bow, B 10,749 

Social Services 9,951 

Women's Equality 798 

Bowden, Conrad, Dr 1 5,897 

Health 15,897 

Bowden, NM 21,066 

Social Services 21 ,066 

Bowen Park After School Care 42,588 

Social Services 42,588 

Bowering Physiotherapy Service 1 2,959 

Health 1,259 

Social Services 1 1 ,700 

Bowick, Muriel F V 16,745 

Social Services 1 6,745 

Bowles, J 10,237 

Social Services 9,502 

Women's Equality 735 

Bowling Federation of BC 27,405 

Municipal Affairs 27,405 

Bowman, A 134,395 

Social Services 1 34,395 

Boy Scouts of Canada 39,252 

Government Services 39,252 

Boychuk, L 82,828 

Social Services 82,828 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

Boyd's Family Daycare 16,599 

Social Services 1 6,599 

Boyer & J Boyer, J 31,590 

Health 31,590 

Boyer Daycare, P & C 18,729 

Social Services 18,729 

Boyer, D 25,128 

Social Services 25,1 28 

Boys & Girls Club of BC 37,500 

Government Services 37,500 

Boys & Girls Club Out of School Care 33,085 

Social Services 33,085 

Boys & Girls Club Young Mothers Program 75,605 

Social Services 75,605 

Boys' & Girls' Club of Kamloops 427,898 

Government Services 53 

Social Services 41 3,345 

Women's Equality 14,500 

Boys' & Girls' Club of Ladysmith 1 7,648 

Social Services 1 7,648 

Boys' & Girls' Club of Nanaimo & District 312,441 

Health 31,500 

Social Services 280,941 

Boys' & Girls' Club of Vernon 268,985 

Social Services 1 77,548 

Women's Equality 91,437 

Boys' & Girls' Clubs of Greater Vancouver 1,212,065 

Education 22,000 

Health 578,161 

Social Services 611 ,904 

BR Centre Ltd 1,200,250 

Advanced Education 1 ,200,250 

Braddan Private Hospital Ltd 1 ,51 6,1 20 

Health 1,491,792 

Social Services 24,328 

Bradley, J 18,232 

Social Services 1 8,232 

Brady, W 35,849 

Health 35,849 

Braefoot Athletics Centre Association 32,484 

Government Services 32,484 

Braemaire Park Care Home 28,457 

Social Services 28,457 

Braemore Lodge 1 28,867 

Social Services 1 28,867 

Braendel & R Braendel, P 1 05,832 

Social Services 1 05,832 

Brain & L Brain, W 51,833 

Social Services 51,833 

Brais, E 10,638 

Social Services 1 0,638 

Bralorne Volunteer Fire Protection Associa- 
tion 50,000 

Government Services 50,000 

Branch Services Ltd 82,844 

Health 82,844 

Brant Villa Day Care Society 53,677 

Social Services 52,300 

Women's Equality 1,377 

Brasfield, C, Dr 14,222 

Health 14,222 

Brautigam & Walter Brautigam, Albertina 38,806 

Social Services 38,806 

Breakaway Drug Abuse Society 1 5,382 

Health 15,382 

Breen, D 40,995 

Social Services 40,995 

Bregoliss, Lori 88,620 

Social Services 88,620 

Breland, K 10,480 

Social Services 1 0,480 

Bremner, L 27,007 

Social Services 27,007 

Brenson Family Program 34,705 

Social Services 34,705 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


Brenson Pacific Technologies Ltd 

Social Services 

Brenton, Lorania 

Health 

Brentwood College Association 

Education 

Brer Rabbit Daycare 

Social Services 

Bresco Enterprises Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Brewer & R Brewer, M 

Social Services 

Brewer, R 

Social Services 

Bridge & G Bridge, V 

Social Services 

Bridge House 

Social Services 

Bridge, K 

Social Services 

Bridge, Stephen Kirk 

Health 

Bridges Project, The 

Social Services 

Brier Home, Louis 

Health 

Brier Hospital, Louis 

Health 

Briere, G 

Health 

Social Services 

Brierton, Suresh G 

Social Services 

Briggs, R F, Dr 

Health 

Brighouse Preschool Centre 

Social Services 

Bright Beginnings Daycare & Preschool 

Social Services 

Brimblecombe, L 

Health 

Brinton & Associates, W E 

Health 

Britannia Beach Historical Society 

Tourism 

Britannia Community Services Centre Soci- 
ety 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Bro, Janice 

Social Services 

Broadfoot, F D 

Attorney General 

Broadhead, Mabel E 

Social Services 

Broadmoor Baptist Church 

Women's Equality 

Broadmoor Daycare Centre 

Social Services 

Broadmoor Infant Care Centre 

Social Services 

Broadway Group Day Care Centre 

Social Services 

Broadway Pentecostal Care Association 

Health 

Broadway Pentecostal Lodge 

Social Services 

Broadway West Baptist Church Day Care 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Brock House Society 

Attorney General 

Brock Pub Community Association 

Government Services 


I 51 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


476,635 

Brody, Hugh 


20,000 

476,635 


Tourism 

20,000 



12,115 

Broere, H 


26,549 

12,115 


Social Services 

26,549 



522,030 

Brook Manor 


710,845 

522,030 


Health 

499,236 



17,421 

Social Services 

211,609 


17,421 


Brooks, D 


76,395 


157,341 

Social Services 

76,395 


107,150 


Brooks, E 


34,649 

50,191 


Social Services 

34,649 



14,922 

Brooks, G 


31,475 

14,922 


Social Services 

31,475 



10,375 

Brookswood Court Specialized Adult Care 


210,756 

10,375 


Health 

143,597 



109,173 

Social Services 

67,159 


109,173 


Brookswood Home Daycare 


12,278 


33,580 

Social Services 

12,278 


33,580 


Brophy & 1 Brophy, T 


100,246 


39,358 

Health 

8,223 


39,358 


Social Services 

92,023 



40,223 

Brosseau, M 


35,964 

40,223 


Social Services 

35,964 



35,000 

Brown Society, Allison 


22,945 

35,000 


Social Services 

22,945 



2,202,710 

Brown's Daycare 


10,899 

2,202,710 


Social Services 

10,899 



3,462,457 

Brown, C 


54,566 

3,462,457 


Social Services 

54,047 



16,618 

Women's Equality 

519 


8,223 


Brown, D 


62,498 

8,395 


Social Services 

62,498 



31,992 

Brown, L 


18,593 

31,992 


Health 

2,535 



65,454 

Social Services 

16,058 


65,454 


Brown, S 


11,491 


25,862 

Social Services 

11,491 


25,862 


Brown, W 


63,659 


27,907 

Social Services 

63,659 


27,907 


Browndale Care Society 


1,537,036 


18,648 

Social Services 

1,537,036 


18,648 


Bruce, Raymond 


51,505 


85,494 

Social Services 

51,505 


85,494 


Brugge, V 


35,154 


46,500 

Health 

18,548 


46,500 


Social Services 

16,606 




Brundage, Leslie 


33,792 


300,523 

Social Services 

33,792 


4,765 


Bruner, Gay K 


44,500 

295,758 


Social Services 

44,500 



15,759 

Bruun, D 


39,423 

15,759 


Social Services 

39,423 



52,688 

Bryan, J 


13,139 

52,688 


Social Services 

12,365 



46,764 

Women's Equality 

774 


46,764 


Bryvi Holdings Ltd 


10,069 


20,962 

Social Services 

10,069 


20,962 


Buchanan, Faith E 


31,543 


40,646 

Health 

31,543 


40,646 


Buckeridge, John 


12,468 


26,232 

Social Services 

12,468 


26,232 


Bucklen, P 


11,430 


15,822 

Social Services 

11,430 


15,822 


Buckley & J Buckley, D 


32,909 


2,307,075 

Social Services 

32,909 


2,307,075 


Buckley, P 


56,958 


15,422 

Social Services 

56,958 


1 5,422 


Buckshon's Pharmacy Ltd 


15,343 


53,396 

Health 

777 


51,696 


Social Services 

14,566 


1,700 


Bucsis, A 


249,733 


14,750 

Health 

206,230 


14,750 


Social Services 

43,503 



1 0,000 

Budgell & J Kams, M 


216,742 

10,000 


Social Services 

216,742 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


152 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


Ministry 

$ 


Budgell, M 38,526 

Health 38,526 

Budget Inn-Patricia Hotel 36,556 

Social Services 36,556 

Bugera, P 13,231 

Social Services 13,231 

Bugge, C 62,896 

Social Services 62,896 

Building Healthier Babies 48,000 

Health 48,000 

Bulkley Lodge 842,371 

Health 842,371 

Bulkley Lodge Society 696,893 

Health 686,681 

Social Services 1 0,2 1 2 

Bulkley Valley Child Development Centre Society. 302,437 

Health 125,598 

Social Services 1 76,839 

Bulkley Valley Community Arts Council 12,363 

Government Services 6,343 

Tourism 6,020 

Bulkley Valley District Hospital 1 2,873 

Health 12,335 

Social Services 538 

Bulkley Valley District Hospital Society 6,130,748 

Health 6,130,748 

Bulkley Valley Historical & Museum Society 21,522 

Government Services 6,750 

Social Services : 1 0,522 

Tourism 4,250 

Bulkley Valley Housing Society 1 5,000 

Social Services . 1 5,000 

Bulkley-Nechako Regional Hospital District 42,1 00 

Health 42,100 

Bullen, M 14,268 

Health 5,873 

Social Services 8,395 

Bunker, KM 10,741 

Social Services 1 0,741 

Bunny Hutch Family Daycare 10,254 

Social Services 1 0,254 

Bunston, Wendy 45,691 

Social Services 45,691 

Burchill, D 11,700 

Social Services 1 1 ,700 

Burke, A 19,890 

Attorney General 19,890 

Burkinshaw, D 22,476 

Social Services 22,476 

Burnaby Art Gallery 41,000 

Tourism 41,000 

Burnaby Arts Council 23,110 

Tourism 23,110 

Burnaby Association for the Mentally Handicapped 5,594,528 

Government Services 75,000 

Health 307,468 

Social Services 5,089,765 

Women's Equality 122,295 

Burnaby Chamber of Commerce 24,654 

Economic Development 13,000 

Social Services 1 ,399 

Tourism 10,255 

Burnaby College Ltd 30,835 

Social Services 30,835 

Burnaby Family Life Institute 392,1 1 7 

Attorney Genera 1 74,448 

Health 65,519 

Social Services 252,150 

Burnaby Family YMC A 53,822 

Women's Equality 53,822 

Burnaby General Hospital Pharmacy 21,609 

Health 21,609 

Burnaby Hospital 66,643 

Health 7,105 

Social Services 59,538 


Burnaby Hospital Society 

Health 63,620,324 

Burnaby Meals-On-Wheels 

Health 21,634 

Burnaby Multicultural Society 

Education 25,800 

Burnaby Public Library 

Municipal Affairs 12,546 

Burnaby Public Library Board 

Government Services 200,000 

Burnaby Purpose Youth Society 

Social Services 1 28,452 

Burnaby Rest Home 

Social Services 85,1 40 

Burnaby Senior Citizens of Confederation House 

Association 

Government Services 40,000 * 

Burnaby Village Museum Association 

Tourism 88,000 

Burnaby/New Westminster Family Day Care As- 
sociation 

Social Services 27,425 

Women's Equality 57,467 

Burns Lake & District Chamber of Com- 
merce : 

Economic Development 13,000 

Tourism 4,878 

Burns Lake & District Hospital 

Health 339,086 

Social Services 1 5,01 4 

Burns Lake & District Hospital Society 

Health 3,325,120 

Burns Lake & District Rebroadcast Society 

Economic Development 40,600 

Burns Lake Christian Supportive Society 

Social Services 394,049 

Burns Lake Community Development Associa- 
tion 

Attorney General 8,515 

Health 183,519 

Social Services 39,734 

Burns Lake Home Support Society 

Health 138,273 

Social Services 1 3,677 

Burns Lake Native Development Corp Ltd 

Aboriginal Affairs 1 0,61 2 

Burns Lake Public Library Association 

Municipal Affairs 17,760 

Burns, G B, Dr 

Attorney General 28,392 

Burns, M 

Social Services 43,793 

Burns, Marina S 

Social Services 15,214 

Burquitlam Child Care Centre Ltd 

Social Services 21 6,984 

Burquitlam Lions Care Centre 

Government Services 709 

Health 1,492,972 

Social Services 8,395 

Burrard Indian Band 

Health 14,199 

Social Services 2,132 

Burrard Pharmacy Ltd 

Social Services 1 8,473 

Burrows & W Burrows, L 

Social Services 32,612 

Burrows, D 

Social Services 91,270 

Burton & D Keyes, P 

Social Services 68,134 

Burton TV Society 

Economic Development 56,500 

Burwood, B 

Social Services 10,110 


Total 

$ 

63,620,324 

21,634 

25,800 

12,546 

200,000 

128,452 

85,140 

40.000 

88.000 

84,892 

17,878 

354,100 

3,325,120 

40,600 

394,049 

231,768 

151,950 

10,612 
1 7,760 
28,392 
43,793 
15,214 
216,984 
1,502,076 

16,331 

18,473 

32,612 

91,270 

68,134 

56,500 

10,110 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


Ministry 

$ 


Busch, D 

Social Services 

Bush, Alice 

Health 

Business Council of B C 

Education 

Business Expansion Programs 

Economic Development 

Buss, L 

Social Services 

Bussey, Olga 

Social Services 

Busy B Family Daycare 

Social Services 

Busy Bee Day Care 

Social Services 

Butt, J 

Social Services 

Buttenaar, V 

Social Services 

Butterworth, Yvonne 

Social Services 

Buttons & Bows Day Care Centre. 

Social Services 

Buurmeester, Elsie 

Health 

Social Services 

Buxton Consulting 

Social Services 

Buy Low Foods Ltd 

Social Services 

Byrne, C E, Dr 

Health 

Byrne, M 

Social Services 

Byrnell, Sharron 

Social Services 

C & G Optical Inc 

Social Services 

CALL Home Ltd 

Social Services 

CF UN Radio 

Tourism 

C J's Daycare 

Social Services 

C K N W Orphans Fund 

Government Services 

C R Returns Recycling Depot 

Environment 

Social Services 

C S/Resors Consulting Ltd 

Health 

CT F Systems Inc 

Advanced Education 

C U & C Health Services Society.. 

Health 

Social Services 

C V C Enterprises Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Cacanadadada Press Ltd 

Tourism 

Cach Contracting 

Attorney General 

Cahoose, Vivian 

Health 

Calder, R 

Social Services 

Calixterio, B 

Health 

Social Services 

Calvary Pentecostal Tabernacle... 

Education 

Calvert, Lorraine 

Social Services 


30,661 

13,526 

42.000 
1,255,891 

21,857 

82,933 

12,677 

20,844 

1 1 ,648 

27,379 

29,450 

31,054 

24,002 

8,395 

471,856 

145,054 

22,241 

102,769 

22,376 

63,004 

19,287 

32.000 

16,670 

43,985 

26,371 

146,640 

20,775 

300.000 

1 70.000 
28,419,012 

743,129 

7,348 

12,175 

33,320 

12,741 

13,442 

11,745 

16,790 

13,248 

26,064 


30,661 

13,526 

42.000 
1,255,891 

21,857 

82,933 

12,677 

20,844 

11,648 

27,379 

29,450 

31,054 

32,397 

471,856 

145,054 

22,241 

102,769 

22,376 

63,004 

19,287 

32.000 
16,670 
43,985 

173,011 

20,775 

300,000 

28,589,012 

750,477 

12,175 

33,320 

12,741 

13,442 

28,535 

13,248 

26,064 


Cambie Consulting Group Inc 

Health 36,200 

Cambie Hospital Inc 

Health 1,299,111 

Social Services 49,481 

Cambridge Care Inc 

Social Services 268,735 

Cameron Out of School Care Centre 

Social Services 1 48,033 

Cameron, S 

Social Services 12,951 

Camille House 

Social Services 67,41 4 

Camosun College 

Advanced Education 41 ,1 57,379 

Attorney General 93,818 

Econom ic Development 1 7,000 

Health 214,275 

Social Services 144,503 

Camosun College Daycare-Lansdowne 

Social Services 46,357 

Camosun College Group Daycare Society 

Social Services 48,703 

Campbell & Sylvia Campbell, Robin 

Social Services 69,956 

Campbell Family Care Home 

Health 12,695 

Social Services 1 7,869 

Campbell River & District Adult Care 

Health 125,907 

Campbell River & District Association For Com- 
munity Living 

Government Services 327 

Health .'. 367,443 

Social Services 1,878,413 

Women's Equality 20,658 

Campbell River & District Chamber of Commerce 

Economic Development 13,000 

Tourism 14,410 

Campbell River & District General Hospital 

Attorney General 28 

Health 104,614 

Social Services 1 2,255 

Campbell River & District Hospital Society 

Health 16,008,174 

Campbell River & North Island Transition Society 

Social Services 229,761 

Women's Equality 8,160 

Campbell River Area Womens Resource Society 

Advanced Education 1 1 ,000 

Social Services 3,193 

Women's Equality 70,926 

Campbell River Child Care Centre 

Women's Equality 14,500 

Campbell River Christian School Society 

Education 580,530 

Campbell River District Museum & Archive Society 

Tourism 50,000 

Campbell River Eagles Housing Society 

Health 35,000 

Campbell River Family Services Society 

Attorney General 73,127 

Health 351,541 

Social Services 254,836 

Women's Equality 2,106 

Campbell River Home Support Services 

Health 1,052,161 

Social Services 149,024 

Campbell River Indian Band 

Education 20,000 

Women's Equality 10,000 

Campbell River Museum & Archives Society 

Government Services 333,333 

Campbell, Heather 

Health 38,743 


I 53 

Total 

$ 

36,200 

1,348,592 

268,735 

148,033 

12,951 

67,414 

41,626,975 

46,357 

48,703 

69,956 

30,564 

125,907 

2,266,841 

27,410 

116,897 

16,008,174 

237,921 

85,119 

14,500 

580,530 

50.000 

35.000 
681,610 

1,201,185 

30.000 

333,333 

38,743 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


154 


Campbell, L 

Agriculture 

Social Services 

Campbell, Paula 

Social Services 

Campbell, R 

Social Services 

Campos, L 

Social Services 

Campus Kids Daycare 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Camwood Holdings Ltd 

Social Services 

Canada Safeway Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Canada Way Care Centre 

Health 

Canada West Ski Areas Association 

Tourism 

Canada West Sports Training Society 

Government Services 

Canadian Advanced Technology Association 

Advanced Education 

Canadian Airlines International Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Canadian Amateur Diving Association Inc 

Municipal Affairs 

Canadian Amateur Swimming Association 

Municipal Affairs 

Canadian Anti-Racism Education & Research 

Society 

Education 

Canadian Association of Anorexia & Related Dis- 
orders 

Health 

Canadian Association of Chiefs of Police 

Attorney General 

Canadian Blood Agency 

Health 

Canadian Broadcasting Corp 

Labour 

Canadian Cancer Society 

Government Services 

Health 

Social Services 

Canadian Centre for Creative Technology 

Education 

Canadian Centre for Educational Development .. 

Social Services 

Canadian Centre for the Development of Instruc- 
tional Computing 

Education 

Canadian Centre on Substance Abuse 

Health 

Canadian Childrens Developmental Equipment.. 

Social Services 

Canadian Comprehensive Auditing Foundation .. 

Auditor Genera 1 

Canadian Coordinating Office for Health Tech- 
nology Assessment 

Health 

Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environ- 
ment 

Environment 

Canadian Council of Motor Transport Ad- 

minstrators 

Attorney General 

Canadian Council on Smoking & Health 

Health 

Canadian Craft Museum Association 

Government Services 

Tourism 


Ministry 

$ 

45 

79,441 

61,200 

51,880 

47,474 

34,670 

3,452 

100,140 

16 

1,213,657 

3,235,241 

90.000 
233,333 

19,150 

101 

35,298 

59,183 

301,168 

40,100 

30.000 

10.000 
26,156,366 

10,000 

126,980 

431,797 

35,560 

1 7,700 

164,879 

60,000 
1 0,000 
22,660 

55.000 

43,091 

234,443 

135,079 

20.000 

115,928 

38,000 


Total 

$ 

79,486 

61,200 

51,880 

47,474 

38,122 

100,140 

1,213,673 

3,235,241 

90.000 
233,333 

19,150 

35,399 

59,183 

301,168 

40,100 

30.000 

10.000 
26,156,366 

10,000 

594,337 

1 7,700 
164,879 

60,000 

10,000 

22,660 

55.000 

43,091 

234,443 

135,079 

20.000 
153,928 


Canadian Criminal Justice Association 

Attorney General 

Canadian Cystic Fibrosis Foundation 

Government Services 

Health 

Canadian Deaf Blind & Rubella Association 

Education 

Canadian Diabetes Association 

Social Services 

Canadian Education & Research Society for the 

Hearing Impaired, The 

Education 

Social Services 

Canadian Education Association, The 

Education 

Canadian Energy Research Institute 

Energy, Mines 

Canadian Figure Skating Association B C 

Municipal Affairs 

Canadian Filmmakers Distribution West 

Social Services 

Tourism 

Canadian Hemophilia Society 

Health 

Canadian Hispanic Congress BC Chapter 

Women's Equality 

Canadian Hostelling Association 

Government Services 

Canadian Institute for Advanced Research 

Advanced Education 

Canadian Institute of Excellence 

Social Services 

Canadian Institute of Planners 

Environment 

Municipal Affairs 

Canadian Institute of the Arts for Young Audi- 
ences 

Education 

Government Services 

Tourism 

Canadian Labour Market & Productivity Centre.. 

Labour 

Canadian Ladies Golf Association 

Municipal Affairs 

Canadian Mental Health Association-Cowichan 

Valley Branch 

Health 

Canadian Mental Health Association 

Attorney General 

Government Services 

Health 

Social Services 

Canadian Mental Health Association 

Health 

Canadian Mental Health Association-Polular 

Grove 

Health 

Canadian Mental Health Association-Bulkley 

Valley 

Attorney General 

Canadian Mental Health Association-100 Mile 

House 

Health 

Canadian Modern Pentathlon Association, 

The 

Municipal Affairs 

Canadian Music Centre 

Tourism 

Canadian National Institute for the Blind 

Advanced Education 

Government Services 

Health 

Social Services 

Canadian Oxygenated Fuels Association 

Energy, Mines 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


10,000 

10,000 

55,460 

6,262 

49,198 

68,500 

68,500 

14,336 

14,336 

18,571 

16,816 


1,755 

57,745 

57,745 

25,000 

25,000 

136,155 

136,155 

26,251 

2,251 

24,000 

77,002 

77,002 

19,500 

19,500 

10,000 

10,000 

100,000 

100,000 

56,000 

56,000 

10,000 

5,000 


5,000 

175,170 

5,000 

40,170 


1 30,000 

18,750 

18,750 

26,100 

26,100 

22,000 

22,000 

4,876,183 

98,895 

82,079 


4,130,055 


565,154 

289,188 

289,188 

224,209 

224,209 

20,000 

20,000 

163,135 

163,135 

24,360 

24,360 

37,500 

37,500 

380,113 

5,529 

38,187 

152,403 

183,994 

25,000 

25,000 



PUBLIC ACCOU NTS 1 992/93 


Canadian Pallet Inc 

Social Services 

Canadian Paraplegic Association 

Health 

Social Services 

Canadian Parents for French 

Education 

Canadian Parents for French-B C Chapter 

Education 

Canadian Petroleum Products Institute 

Environment 

Canadian Red Cross Society 

Education 

Health 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

Canadian Reformed School Association 

Education 

Canadian Reformed School Association of 

Smithers 

Education 

Canadian Reformed School Society of Abbotsford 

Education 

Canadian Ski Association-B C Section Alpine 

Municipal Affairs 

Canadian Society for Information 

Social Services 

Canadian Society of Association Executives 

Tourism 

Canadian Standards Association 

Energy, Mines 

Environment 

Health 

Canadian Wheelchair Sports Association 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

Canal Flats Parks & Recreation Commission 

Government Services 

Canapro Employment Trainers Ltd 

Social Services 

Canapro Enterprises Ltd 

Social Services 

Canaysia (Taylor) Lodge 

Health 

Social Services 

Canim Lake Family Violence Program 

Health 

Canim Lake Indian Band 

Attorney General 

Health 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Canoe Creek Indian Band 

Social Services 

Canola Council of Canada 

Agriculture 

Capa Lodge 

Health 

CapeMudge Band 

Education 

Health 

Cape Mudge Resort Ltd 

Aboriginal Affairs 

Capilano College 

Advanced Education 

Education 

Social Services 

Tourism 

Women's Equality 

Capilano College Day Care Centre 

Social Services 

Capilano College Women's Centre Steering 

Committee 

Women's Equality 


I 55 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


10,590 

Capilano Community Services Society 


61,746 

10,590 


Health 

20,000 



1,359,460 

Social Services 

41,746 


1,064,830 


Capilano Daycare Centre 


11,096 

294,630 


Social Services 

11,096 



12,500 

Capilano Elementary School Parents Council 


1 6,000 

12,500 


Government Services 

1 6,000 



58,500 

Capital City Tallyho & Sightseeing Co (1 980) Ltd 


13,456 

58,500 


Social Services 

13,456 



1 8,000 

Capital Families Association 


1 49,022 

1 8,000 


Social Services 

90,092 



1,176,284 

Women's Equality 

58,930 


23,000 


Capital Mental Health Association 


1,013,369 

983,986 


Government Services 

128,666 


131,370 


Health 

884,703 


37,928 


Capital Regional District 


18,900,760 


1,551,613 

Environment 

210,942 


1,551,613 


Government Services 

14,519 




Health 

1 6,868,085 



385,343 

Municipal Affairs 

1,571,532 


385,343 


Social Services 

1 00,000 



482,975 

Transportation 

135,682 


482,975 


Capitol Hill & Gilmore Out of School 


18,693 


261,750 

Social Services 

18,693 


261,750 


Capitol Hill Daycare Society 


29,947 


14,786 

Social Services 

29,947 


14,786 


Capitol Hill Out of School Care Centre 


39,553 


50,000 

Social Services 

39,553 


50,000 


Capitol Hill Specialized Care Home Ltd 


244,396 


59,659 

Health 

188,764 


1 0,000 


Social Services 

55,632 


6,159 


Capitol Theatre Restoration Society 


29,512 

43,500 


Social Services 

28,362 



141,849 

Tourism 

1,150 


52,477 


Caralot Daycare Preschool 


15,629 

70,360 


Social Services 

15,629 


19,012 


Carbin, S 


20,229 


10,952 

Social Services 

20,229 


10,952 


Cardin & 1 Cardin, J 


36,115 


153,295 

Social Services 

36,115 


153,295 


Cardin, J 


58,208 


359,873 

Social Services 

58,208 


359,873 


Cardz Computers Inc 


15,219 


1 70,203 

Social Services 

15,219 


12,140 


Care Medical Supplies Ltd 


37,288 

158,063 


Social Services 

37,288 



30,000 

Care Medical Supplies-Surrey 


33,132 

30,000 


Social Services 

33,132 



69,087 

Career Search 


56,314 

10,000 


Social Services 

56,314 


12,000 


Caregivers Association of B C 


100,825 

32,087 


Health 

100,825 


15,000 


Caremaster Management Services Inc 


134,456 


29,871 

Health 

134,456 


29,871 


Carey & M Carey, W 


40,895 


30,000 

Health 

40,895 


30,000 


Cari's Infant & Toddlers Centre 


80,730 


194,775 

Social Services 

80,730 


194,775 


Cariboo Action Training Society 


575,252 


32,600 

Attorney General 

575,252 


20,000 


Cariboo Cerebral Palsy Association 


456,861 

12,600 


Social Services 

456,861 



29,100 

Cariboo Chilcotin Child Development Centre As- 



29,100 


sociation 


172,793 


28,015,562 

Government Services 

6,853 


27,945,467 


Health 

165,940 


4,400 


Cariboo Chilcotin Family Resources 


38,000 

63,195 


Social Services 

38,000 


2,000 


Cariboo Child Care Society 


131,358 

500 


Social Services 

121,180 



43,438 

Women's Equality 

10,178 


43,438 


Cariboo Family Enrichment Centre Society 


112,285 



Health 

21,633 



10,000 

Social Services 

80,652 


1 0,000 


Women's Equality 

1 0,000 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 56 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


Ministry 

$ 


Cariboo Friendship Society Housing 65,474 

Social Services 65,474 

Cariboo Friendship Society, The 908,028 

Aboriginal Affairs 30,000 

Attorney General 57,050 

Health 553,747 

Social Services 267,231 

Cariboo Home Society 1 03, 1 1 2 

Social Services 103,112 

Cariboo Memorial Hospital 1 9,61 2 

Attorney General 1,167 

Health 354 

Social Services 18,091 

Cariboo Memorial Hospital Society 11 ,237,830 

Health 11,237,830 

Cariboo Park Home Society 1 ,322,066 

Government Services 20,000 

Health 1,302,066 

Cariboo Road Family Place 1 9,380 

Social Services 19,380 

Cariboo Ski Touring Club 30,753 

Government Services 30,753 

Cariboo Tourist Association 330,438 

Tourism 330,438 

CaribooTribal Council 50,310 

Attorney General 40,000 

Social Services 10,310 

Cariboo Union Board of Health 27,300 

Health 27,300 

Cariboo-Thompson Nicola Library System 803,353 

Municipal Affairs . 803,353 

Carignan, G 42,906 

Social Services 42,906 

Carlile, D 49,843 

Social Services 49,843 

Carlsbad Private Hospital 1 ,742,980 

Health . 1,718,234 

Social Services 24,746 

Carlson, Iris 57,533 

Social Services 57,533 

Carlson, Leanne R 49,1 23 

Social Services 49, 1 23 

Carlton Lodge Ltd 1,831,749 

Health 1,829,194 

Social Services 2,555 

Carlton Private Hospital Ltd 2,467,562 

Health 2,464,771 

Social Services 2,791 

Carlyle, WW, Dr 59,599 

Health 59,599 

Carmichael, B 91,511 

Social Services 91,511 

Carmichael, L 30,556 

Social Services 30,556 

Carnarvon Community School Daycare 47,085 

Social Services 47,085 

Carnegie Community Centre Association 1 1 1,045 

Aboriginal Affairs 1,000 

Government Services 1 09,045 

Social Services 1,000 

Carousel Theatre Society 89,676 

Social Services 10,176 

Tourism 79,500 

Carpenter, G ' 33,398 

Social Services 33,398 

Carr, B 57,484 

Social Services 57,484 

Carr, Geoffrey D 70,800 

Health 70,800 

Carrier Chilcotin Tribal Council 106,100 

Social Services 1 06, 1 00 

Carrier Sekani Tribal Counci 1 231,120 

Aboriginal Affairs 36,855 

Energy, Mines 20,000 

Environment 6,391 


Social Services 1 67,874 

Carroll, D, Dr 

Health 78,106 

Social Services 87 

Carruthers, C 

Tourism 13,750 

Carstairs & G Carstairs, R 

Social Services 1 4,225 

Carter & S Carter, L 

Social Services 21 ,444 

Carter, D 

Social Services 1 6,524 

Women's Equality 756 

Carter, H , 

Social Services 25,000 

Cartier House 

Health 1,976,766 

Social Services 1 0,645 

Cartledge, L 

Health i 25,390 

Social Services 1 6,790 

CASOttawa-Carleton 

Social Services 1 4,41 5 

Case 

Education 10,000 

Cassiar Hospital Society, The 

Health 250,254 

Castellani, M 

Health 12,690 

Castle, S 

Social Services 22,848 

Castlegar & District Chamber of Commerce 

Economic Development 13,000 

Tourism 9,311 

Castlegar & District Community Services Society 

Attorney General 40,079 

Health 145,278 

Social Services 96,51 4 

Castlegar & District Development Board . 

Economic Development 45,000 

Social Services 38,206 

Castlegar & District Heritage Society 

Social Services 34,1 93 

Castlegar & District Home Support Services Asso- 
ciation 

Government Services 1,391 

Health 1,073,050 

Social Services 8,285 

Castlegar & District Hospital 

Social Services 1 4,520 

Castlegar & District Hospital Society 

Health 5,671,353 

Castlegar & District Public Library Association.... 

Municipal Affairs 20,391 

Castlegar Festivals Society 

Government Services 10,702 

Castleview Child Care Centre Society 

Social Services 36,825 

Women's Equality 4,573 

Catholic Charities Hostel 

Social Services 598,600 

Catholic Family Services of the 

Social Services 78,654 

Catholic Public Schools Diocese of Prince 

George 

Education 5,565,002 

Catholic Public Schools Diocese of Victoria 

Education 3,906,449 

Catholic Public Schools of Kamloops Diocese .... 

Education 1,140,300 

Catholic Public Schools of Nelson Diocese 

Education 2,814,926 

Catholic Public Schools of Vancouver Archdio- 
cese 

Education 25,745,441 


Total 

$ 

78.193 

13,750 

14,225 

21,444 

17,280 

25.000 
1,987,411 

42,180 

14,415 

1 0.000 
250,254 

12,690 

22,848 

22,311 

281,871 

83,206 

34.193 

1,082,726 

14,520 

5,671,353 

20,391 

10,702 

41,398 

598,600 

78,654 

5,565,002 

3,906,449 

1,140,300 

2,814,926 

25,745,441 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


Caulien, J 

Social Services 

Caumanns, Katherine 

Health 

Social Services 

Cavanaugh, D 

Social Services 

Cavell Private Hospital, Edith 

Health .. 

Social Services 

Cazes, M 

Social Services 

Cazzador, M 

Social Services 

CBI Consultants Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Cecil, Cynthia 

Social Services 

Cedar Cottage Adult DayCare 

Health 

Cedar Cottage Neighbourhood House 

Social Services 

Tourism 

Cedar Creek Estate Winery 

Agriculture 

Cedar Crest Management Ltd (Fircrest) 

Health 

Social Services 

Cedar Crest Society for Community Living 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Cedar Daycare Society 

Social Services 

Cedar Grove Baptist Church 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Cedar Lodge Society 

Health 

Cedarview Lodge 

Health 

Social Services 

Celebrity Concert Society of B C 

Tourism 

Celtic Shipyards (1988) Ltd 

Advanced Education 

Centaine Support Services Inc 

Social Services 

Centennial Day Care Society 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Centennial Park Lodge 

Health 

Centra Gas B C Inc 

Energy, Mines 

Central B C Railway & Forest Industry Museum .. 

Social Services 

Central Care Home 

Health 

Social Services 

Central Cariboo Home Support 

Health 

Social Services 

Central City Mission Society 

Government Services 

Health 

Social Services 

Central Coast Regional Hospital District 

Economic Development 

Environment 

Central Drug Stores, The 

Attorney General 

Social Services 

Central Fraser Valley Fair Association 

Agriculture 


I 57 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


81,724 

Central Fraser Valley Search & Rescue Society... 


13,000 

81,724 


Government Services 

1 3,000 



29,666 

Central Fraser Valley Union Board of Health 


100,859 

16,249 


Health 

100,859 


13,417 


Central Interior Family Foundation 


880,877 


26,680 

Social Services 

880,877 


26,680 


Central Interior Native Health Society 


293,705 


2,231,934 

Health 

293,705 


2,157,498 


Central Interior Regional Arts Council 


21,300 

74,436 


Tourism 

21,300 



35,625 

Central Island Arts Alliance 


19,370 

35,625 


Tourism 

19,370 



22,844 

Central Kootenay Regional Hospital District 


179,155 

22,844 


Health 

179,155 



59,108 

Central Kootenay Union Board of Health 


38,535 

10,100 


Health 

38,535 


49,008 


Central Okanagan Child & Family Resources So- 




10,800 

ciety 


1,295,547 

10,800 


Attorney General 

85,246 



258,248 

Health 

25,260 


258,248 


Social Services 

1,185,041 



11,100 

Central Okanagan Child Development Association 


1,298,554 

8,600 


Health 

522,757 


2,500 


Social Services 

775,797 



246,821 

Central Okanagan Daycare Society 


136,379 

246,821 


Government Services 

8,647 



239,455 

Social Services 

127,732 


207,370 


Central Okanagan Elizabeth Fry Society 


223,228 

32,085 


Attorney General 

178,287 



141,063 

Government Services 

1,300 


256 


Health 

43,641 


140,807 


Central Okanagan Emergency Shelter Society.... 


220,196 


44,046 

Government Services 

19,724 


44,046 


Social Services 

200,472 



183,068 

Central Okanagan Family Enrichment & Support 



169,970 


Society 


43,910 

1 3,098 


Social Services 

43,910 



178,280 

Central Okanagan Health Care Society 


23,212 

178,280 


Government Services 

13,719 



4,061,998 

Social Services 

4,086 


4,040,569 


Women's Equality 

5,407 


21,429 


Central Okanagan Health Care Society-David 




65,000 

Lloyd Jones Home 


1,694,054 

65,000 


Health 

1,694,054 



50,600 

Central Okanagan Health Care Society-May 



50,600 


Bennett Home 


564,407 


302,597 

Health 

564,407 


302,597 


Central Okanagan Indian Friendship Society 


133,081 


196,040 

Aboriginal Affairs 

30,000 


193,914 


Attorney General 

1,105 


2,126 


Health 

64,668 



552,388 

Social Services 

37,308 


552,388 


Central Okanagan Naturalists Club 


17,200 


2,851,800 

Government Services 

1 7,200 


2,851,800 


Central Okanagan Regional Hospital District 


87,809 


37,590 

Health 

87,809 


37,590 


Central Optical Ltd 


10,534 


3,287,940 

Health 

1,760 


3,281,243 


Social Services 

8,774 


6,697 


Central Park Lodges-Glenwarren Lodge 


2,209,025 


749,265 

Health 

2,209,025 


684,317 


Central Park Manor 


1,985,245 

64,948 


Health 

1,964,854 



2,938,697 

Social Services 

20,391 


250,000 


Central Presbyterian Church Out of School Care 


32,964 

2,356,952 


Social Services 

32,964 


331,745 


Central Valley Transition House Society 


499,709 


74,725 

Government Services 

16,614 


22,382 


Social Services , 

483,095 


52,343 


Central Vancouver Island Crisis Society 


29,099 


22,563 

Government Services 

1,099 


271 


Health 

28,000 


22,292 


Central Vancouver Island Multicultural Society.. 


13,465 


24,170 

Education 

11,965 


24,170 


Health 

1,500 



I 58 


Central Vancouver Island Union Board of Health 

Health 

Central Vancouver Island Women's Recovery So- 
ciety 

Health 

Social Services 

Centre for Resources Studies 

Energy, Mines 

Century Security Ltd 

Social Services 

Cerebral Palsy Association of Prince George & 

District 

Government Services 

Health 

Social Services 

Cerebral Palsy Sports Association of B C 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Cerny, I 

Social Services 

Certified Organic Associations of B C 

Agriculture 

Chadwick, B 

Social Services 

Chadwick, C 

Social Services 

Chalmers, M 

Social Services 

Chamber of Commerce of the City of Grand Forks 

Economic Development 

Social Services 

Tourism 

Chamber of Commerce Serving Coquitlam, Port 

Coquitlam & Port Moody 

Economic Development 

Chamber of Mines of Eastern B C 

Energy, Mines 

Champagne, I 

Social Services 

Champlain Heights Community Association 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Chan & M Muncaster, E 

Health 

Chan, E 

Health 

Social Services 

Chan, Margaret 

Social Services 

Chang, C 

Social Services 

Change of Seasons Abusive Mens Group 

Attorney General 

Chantelle Management Ltd 

Health 

Social Services ..: 

Chao, C W, Dr ! 

Health 

Chapman, S 

Social Services 

Char's Place Family Licenced Daycare 

Social Services 

Charaf, Joe 

Social Services 

Charania, A 

Health 

Charlesworth, P 

Attorney General 

Charlford House Society for Women 

Health 

Social Services 

Charmley, D 

Social Services 

Chase & District Chamber of Commerce 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


123,860 

123,860 

62,419 

54,200 


8,219 

1 0,000 

10,000 

1 7,649 

1 7,649 

1,631,174 

5,649 


1,029,114 


596,411 

23,876 

376 


23,500 

16,504 

16,504 

15,000 

1 5,000 

43,574 

43,574 

15,215 

15,215 

15,853 

15,853 

41,515 

13,000 


19,257 

9,258 

13,000 

13,000 

10,000 

1 0,000 

36,516 

36,516 

106,462 

27,211 

71,751 


7,500 

135,234 

135,234 

128,044 

91,702 

36,342 

14,740 

14,740 

26,480 

26,480 

24,000 

24,000 

5,686,165 

5,677,770 


8,395 

40,809 

40,809 

13,452 

13,452 

10,001 

10,001 

36,300 

36,300 

64,331 

64,331 

16,459 

16,459 

117,931 

92,790 

25,141 

31,229 

31,229 

17,828 


Economic Development ; 

Tourism 

Chase & District Health Society 

Health 

Chase Child Care 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Chase, D 

Social Services 

Chatham Day Care Centre 

Social Services 

Chazaq Ministries 

Social Services 

Cheeseman Family Care Home 

Health 

Chehalis Band Council 

Attorney General 

Health 

Chehalis Indian Band 

Attorney General 

Social Services 

Chehalis Task Force on Troubled Youth 

Attorney General 

Chemac Environmental Services 

Health 

Chemainus Hospital 

Government Services 

Health 

Social Services 

Chemainus Seniors Drop-In Centre 

Government Services 

Chemainus Valley Historical Society 

Social Services 

Chen, Chi Nan, Dr 

Health 

Chen, Mui Kwan 

Health 

Cherenko, Marilyn 

Tourism 

Cherington Intercare Inc -. 

Health 

Cherington Place 

Social Services 

Cherry Creek Enhancement Society 

Environment 

Cherry Doors Ltd 

Social Services 

Cheshire Homes Society of B C 

Health 

Social Services 

Cheshire Homes Society-Larkin House 

Health 

Social Services 

Cheshire Homes Society-Sidley House 

Health 

Social Services 

Cheslatta Band 

Aboriginal Affairs 

Environment 

Health 

Chester, M 

Social Services 

Chesterfield House Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Chestnut Corner Childcare 

Social Services 

Chet Enterprises Inc 

Social Services 

Chetwynd & District Chamber of Commerce 

Economic Development 

Tourism 

Chetwynd & District General Hospital 

Health 

Social Services 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 

1 3,000 


4,828 

390,054 

390,054 

74,693 

63,630 


11,063 

19,054 

19,054 

25,423 

25,423 

37,068 

37,068 

43,293 

43,293 

15,950 

3,950 

12,000 

180,507 

78,272 

102,235 

42,260 

42,260 

112,999 

112,999 

1,931,032 

646 


1,929,994 


392 

34,667 

34,667 

15,695 

15,695 

58,990 

58,990 

36,402 

36,402 

13,248 

13,248 

2,020,968 

2,020,968 

1 3,093 

13,093 

20,500 

20,500 

113,719 

113,719 

228,666 

218,331 


10,335 

282,602 

265,434 


17,168 

234,208 

233,757 


451 

39,833 

15,248 


15,285 

9,300 

24,598 

24,598 

241,280 

33,000 

208,280 

46,601 

46,601 

676,362 

676,362 

21,468 

1 3,000 
8,468 

107,504 

107,493 


11 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


Ministry 

$ 


Chetwynd & District Hospital Society 

Health 

2,154,275 

2,248,725 

Chilliwack Academy of Music 

Government Services 

1 00,000 

Social Services 

94,450 


Tourism 

7,300 

Chetwynd Area Community Resources Society... 
Health 

20,471 

20,471 

Chilliwack Arts Council 

Government Services 

26,250 

Chetwynd Communications Society 

Economic Development 

80,600 

80,600 

Chilliwack Chamber of Commerce 

Economic Development 

13,000 

Chetwynd Community Arts Council Society 


10,159 

Social Services 

5,363 

Tourism 

10,159 


Tourism 

12,544 

Chetwynd Public Library Association 

Municipal Affairs 

1 6,592 

16,592 

Chilliwack Christian Fellowship Church 

Education 

16,012 

Chetwynd Womens Resource Society 

Social Services 

209,781 

209,781 

Chilliwack Christian School Society 

Education 

407,367 

Chevrier, Andre 

Health 

151,293 

225,054 

Chilliwack Community Arts Council 

Tourism 

13,565 

Social Services 

Chiasson, Judy 

73,761 

15,242 

Chilliwack Community Services 

Attorney General 

147,831 

Health 

8,928 


Health 

113,967 

Social Services 

6,314 


Women's Equality 

46,302 

Chicione & A Chicione, M 

Social Services 

37,405 

37,405 

Chilliwack Community Services Society 

Health 

291,344 

Child & Youth Care Association of B C 


29,500 

Social Services 

793,271 

Health 

24,500 


Women's Equality 

2,933 

Social Services 

Child Care Society for the East Kootenay 

5,000 

309,826 

Chilliwack Developmental PreSchool Society... 
Social Services 

99,883 

Attorney General 

Health 

33,425 

10,511 


Chilliwack Farm & Food Fair 

Agriculture 

22,204 

Social Services 

Child DayCare Program 

265,890 

39,913,754 

Chilliwack General Hospital 

Government Services 

18,767 

Social Services 

39,913,754 


Health 

60,000 

Child Development Centre 


198,559 

Social Services 

71,160 

Health 

Social Services 

92,761 

105,798 


Chilliwack General Hospital Society 

Health 

28,918,270 

Child Development Centre Society of Fort St John 
& District, The 


422,654 

Chilliwack Golf & Country Club 

Government Services 

103,601 

Health 

Social Services 

308,594 

114,060 


Chilliwack Happy Times Jazz Society 

Social Services ; 

21,645 

Children's Orchard Nursery School 


17,143 

Tourism 

2,500 

Social Services 

Children's Place Child Care Centre 

17,143 

48,706 

Chilliwack Intermediate Care Boarding Home ... 
Social Services 

17,451 

Social Services 

Childrens Aid Society, City of Kingston & County 

of Frontenac 

Social Services 

48,706 

33,075 

33,075 

Chilliwack Intermediate Care Housing Society... 

Health 

Chilliwack Museum & Historical Society 

Government Services 

2,307,673 

17,652 

Childrens Aid Society of Brant Inc 


13,479 

Tourism 

25,000 

Social Services 

Childrens Aid Society of Metropolitan Toronto ... 

13,479 

98,758 

Chilliwack T L C Daycare 

Social Services 

78,614 

Social Services 

Childrens Aid Society of the Durham 

98,758 

13,198 

Chimney, S 

Health 

58,968 

Social Services 

13,198 


Social Services 

840 

Childrens Aid Society of the Municipality of 
Halton 


26,109 

Chimo Achievement Centre 

Health 

92,539 

Social Services 

Childrens Challenge Daycare Inc 

26,109 

361,149 

Chimo Personal Distress Intervention 

Government Services 

6,234 

Social Services 

307,899 


Social Services 

372,327 

Women's Equality 

Childrens Development Centre 

53,250 

24,264 

Chinese Benevolent Association 

Attorney General 

1 70,000 

Social Services 

Childrens Foundation, The 

24,264 

454,267 

Choi, D, Dr 

Social Services 

59,288 

Health 

Social Services 

Childrens Foundation-Esther Irwin Home 

13,820 

440,447 

26,758 

Choice Learning Center for Exceptional Children 

Society 

Education 

187,296 

Social Services 

Childrens Foundation-Hilltop House 

26,758 

4,179,178 

Choices-Altern Life Styles 

Social Services 

34,828 

Social Services 

Childrens World Preschool & DayCare 

4,179,178 

108,204 

Chouinard & D Chouinard, L 

Health 

43,066 

Social Services 

Childs Place at St Johns, The 

108,204 

34,461 

Chow & R S Chow, J K 

Social Services 

11,061 

Social Services 

Chilliwack & District Opportunity 

34,461 

81,584 

Chown Adult Day Care Centre 

Health 

325,475 

Social Services 

Chilliwack & District Seniors' Resources Soci- 
ety 

81,584 

108,105 

Chrisholme Society 

Government Services 

Social Services 

30 

273,158 

Health 

Social Services 

79,000 

29,105 


Christ Church Cathedral Educational Society 

Education 

53,807 


159 

Total 

$ 

107,300 

26,250 

30,907 

16,012 
407,367 
1 3,565 
308,100 

1,087,548 

99,883 

22,204 

149,927 

28,918,270 

103,601 

24,145 

17,451 

2,307,673 

42,652 

78,614 

59,808 

92,539 

378,561 

1 70,000 
59,288 

187,296 

34,828 

43,066 

11,061 

325,475 

273,188 

53,807 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 60 


Christian Fellowship Centre 

Education 

Christian Outreach of Canada 

Education 

Christian Reformed Church of North America 

Attorney General 

Christian School Association of Burnaby 

Education 

Christian School Association of Surrey 

Education 

Christian School Society of Houston 

Education 

Christian School Society of Smithers & Telkwa ... 

Education 

Christiansen, H 

Social Services 

Christie, C 

Social Services 

Christina LakeTourist Association 

Social Services 

Tourism 

Christopher House 

Health 

Chrysalis Lodge 

Health 

Social Services 

Chrysler Canada Ltd 

Social Services 

Chu, PKT, Dr 

Attorney General 

Chulalongkorn University 

Education 

Church of God in Christ (Mennonite) 

Education 

Church of the Nazarene.. 

Social Services 

Churchill Arms the Pub Ltd 

Social Services 

Ciara Early Childhood Centre 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Cineworks Independent Filmmakers Society 

Tourism 

Cioe, Jan 

Health 

Cirjak, Kata 

Health 

Social Services 

Citizen's Action for Recycling & Environment, The 

Environment 

Citizens Development Fund 

Health 

Social Services 

City Hall Childcare Society 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

City of Armstrong 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 

City of Burnaby 

Attorney General 

Economic Development 

Environment 

Government Services 

Health 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

Transportation 

Women's Equality 

City ofCastlegar 

Attorney General 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 

City ofColwood 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


18,540 

Attorney General 

1,250 


18,540 


Government Services 

581 



439,022 

Municipal Affairs 

671,702 


439,022 


Transportation 

58,256 



51,396 

City of Coquitlam 


4,311,335 

51,396 


Attorney General 

18,530 



468,701 

Government Services 

174,736 


468,701 


Municipal Affairs 

4,094,721 



979,216 

Transportation 

23,348 


979,216 


City of Courtenay 


3,651,664 


323,976 

Attorney General 

2,060 


323,976 


Environment 

12,100 



851,795 

Government Services 

466,667 


851,795 


Municipal Affairs 

3,126,704 



17,722 

Social Services 

530 


17,722 


Transportation 

43,603 



78,434 

City of Cranbrook 


2,729,689 

78,434 


Attorney General 

4,500 



33,754 

Government Services 

107,044 


29,544 


Municipal Affairs 

2,613,995 


4,210 


Social Services 

4,150 



36,692 

City of Dawson Creek 


3,530,419 

36,692 


Attorney General 

6,586 



395,573 

Economic Development 

60,000 


266,460 


Government Services 

61,333 


129,113 


Health 

23,000 



18,189 

Municipal Affairs 

3,373,844 


18,189 


Social Services 

456 



30,717 

Transportation 

5,200 


30,717 


City of Duncan 


585,925 


85,531 

Attorney General 

3,160 


85,531 


Municipal Affairs 

573,429 



13,046 

Transportation 

9,336 


13,046 


City of Enderby 


500,751 


10,000 

Government Services 

15,211 


1 0,000 


Health 

572 



14,237 

Municipal Affairs 

484,968 


14,237 


City of Fernie 


2,255,923 


109,717 

Attorney General 

1 7,000 


104,804 


Economic Development 

32,250 


4,913 


Municipal Affairs 

2,206,673 



30,000 

City of Fort St John 


2,315,751 

30,000 


Attorney General 

7,230 



23,582 

Health 

259,298 


23,582 


Municipal Affairs 

2,049,223 



19,299 

City of Grand Forks 


502,806 

10,904 


Attorney General 

16,350 


8,395 


Municipal Affairs 

486,456 



63,210 

City of Greenwood 


304,528 

63,210 


Attorney General 

1,200 



425,540 

Municipal Affairs 

303,328 


116,555 


City of Kamloops 


16,596,642 

308,985 


Agriculture 

150 



184,357 

Attorney General 

221,392 


157,452 


Environment 

22,918 


26,905 


Government Services 

560,581 



1,148,520 

Health 

40,595 


954,983 


Municipal Affairs 

15,563,809 


193,537 


Social Services 

9,694 



17,467,616 

Transportation 

177,503 


40,052 


City of Kelowna 


11,890,196 

22,500 


Agriculture 

150 


325,000 


Attorney General 

37,040 


533,333 


Government Services 

85,966 


6,669,858 


Health 

145,000 


9,641,895 


Municipal Affairs 

11,596,766 


87,647 


Social Services 

5,274 


31,911 


Women's Equality 

20,000 


115,420 


City of Kimberley 


1,586,572 


987,776 

Attorney General 

3,500 


8,510 


Economic Development 

65,000 


21,515 


Government Services 

503,223 


927,632 


Health 

12,486 


30,119 


Municipal Affairs 

972,363 



731,789 

Transportation 

30,000 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


Ministry 

$ 


City of Langley 

Attorney General 

Government Services .... 

Health 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 

City of Merritt 

Attorney General 

Economic Development, 
Government Services .... 

Health 

Municipal Affairs 

Tourism 

City of Nanaimo 

Attorney General 

Economic Development. 

Environment 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

Transportation 

City of Nelson 

Attorney General 

Economic Development. 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

City of New Westminster... 

Attorney General 

Environment 

Government Services 

Health 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

Transportation 

Women's Equality 

City of North Vancouver.... 

Attorney General 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

City of Parksville 

Attorney General 

Government Services 

Health 

Municipal Affairs 

City of Penticton 

Attorney General 

Economic Development. 

Environment 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

Transportation 

City of PortAlberni 

Attorney General 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 

City of Port Coquitlam 

Attorney General 

Environment 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

Transportation 

City of Port Moody 

Attorney General 

Economic Development. 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 

City of Prince George 

Attorney General 

Environment 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 


6,493 

233,300 

600 

1,752,997 

100,713 

4,416 

20,000 

334,470 

15.000 
554,974 

13,603 

93,080 

65.000 
44,233 

5,487 

10,347,330 

35,205 

60,252 

95,319 

51.000 
153,877 

1,573,771 

160,058 

13,160 

86,663 

451,627 

3,563,705 

1,472 

317,934 

10.000 

5,910 

5,000 

1,897,355 

1,402 

2,010 

800 

30,000 

1,186,126 

22,178 

48,300 

6.500 
15,383 

2,149,337 

860 

241,191 

10,926 

525,799 

1,124,122 

2,984 

32,230 

27,643 

2,049,816 

895 

24,538 

37.151 

2.500 

91.151 
998,942 

14,032 

78,425 

47,289 

4,000,000 

8,842,515 


2,094,103 


942,463 


10,650,587 


1,873,967 


4,604,619 


1,909,667 


1,218,936 


2,483,749 


1,663,831 


2,135,122 


1,143,776 


12,973,587 


Social Services 5,358 

City of Prince Rupert 

Attorney General 53,070 

Economic Development 50,000 

Government Services 572 

Municipal Affairs 1,312,594 

Tourism 13,721 

Transportation 5,532 

City of Quesnel 

Attorney General 22,720 

Economic Development 18,500 

Environment 22,343 

Government Services 89,715 

Municipal Affairs 972,678 

City of Revelstoke 

Attorney General 1 5,379 

Economic Development 45,000 

Health 30,000 

Municipal Affairs 698,816 

Transportation 8,692 

Women's Equality 10,000 

City of Richmond 

Advanced Education 6,850 

Agriculture 6,881 

Attorney General 43,890 

Economic Development 22,500 

Environment 126,989 

Government Services 1 ,1 04,500 

Health 4,747,848 

Municipal Affairs 7,967,577 

Social Services 43,823 

Tourism 24,000 

Transportation 76,435 

City of Richmond Committee on Ethnic Relations 

Education 10,000 

City of Rossland 

Attorney General 750 

Economic Development 13,500 

Municipal Affairs 395,419 

City of Terrace 

Attorney General 32,600 

Economic Development 45,000 

Environment 5,626 

Municipal Affairs 844,676 

City of Trail 

Attorney General 4,910 

Environment 186,059 

Government Services 1,146 

Health 216,535 

Municipal Affairs 743,956 

T ransportation 1 1 ,900 

City of Vancouver 

Attorney General 428,918 

Education 1,000 

Environment 105,713 

Government Services 262,269 

Health 21,208,273 

Municipal Affairs 30,470,495 

Social Services 1,981,332 

Women's Equality 183,732 

City of Vernon 

Attorney General 3,890 

Economic Development 47,600 

Government Services 255 

Municipal Affairs 4,498,696 

Transportation 91,325 

City of Victoria 

Attorney General 182,726 

Government Services 388,746 

Health 57,021 

Municipal Affairs 5,614,192 

Social Services 66,556 

City of White Rock 

Attorney General 21,687 

Economic Development 5,000 


I 61 

Total 

$ 

1,435,489 


1,125,956 

807,887 


14,171,293 


10,000 

409,669 

927,902 

1,164,506 


54,641,732 


4,641,766 

6,309,241 

1,189,230 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 62 


Environment 

Government Services 

Health 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 

City of Williams Lake 

Attorney General 

Economic Development 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

Transportation 

Clapper, B 

Social Services 

Clarck, Yvette 

Health 

Clark & M Clark, M 

Social Services 

Clark, L 

Health 

Clark, S 

Health 

Clark, Y 

Social Services 

Clarke, Edward A, Dr 

Health 

Clarke, G 

Social Services 

Clarke, L Hugh, Dr 

Health 

Social Services 

Clarkson & S Clarkson, S 

Social Services 

Claypool, E 

Social Services 

Clayton Community Association 

Government Services 

Clear Vision Optics Inc 

Social Services 

Clearbrook Children's Centre 

Social Services 

Clearbrook Optometry Clinic 

Social Services 

Clearwater & District Chamber of Commerce 

Economic Development 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Tourism 

Clearwater Christian Church 

Attorney General 

Clearwater Home Support Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Clemas, S 

Health 

Social Services 

Clement, K, Mrs 

Social Services 

Cleveland-Schmidt, L 

Health 

Cliffe, A 

Social Services 

Clovelly Terrace Hospital Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Cloverdale & District Seniors Society 

Government Services 

Cloverdale Brick & Fireplace Supplies 

Health 

Cloverdale Community Association 

Government Services 

Cloverdale Heights Daycare 

Social Services 

Cloverdale Lettuce & Vegetable Co-Opera- 
tive 

Agriculture 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

64,417 


Cloverdale Minor Baseball Association 


34,336 

2,170 


Government Services 

34,336 


15,000 


Cloverleaf Montessori Bilingual Preschool 


11,582 

737,042 


Social Services 

11,582 


343,914 


Cloverley House 


19,121 


1,349,697 

Health 

19,121 


9,146 


Cluculz Lake Community & Recreation Association 


10,740 

22,500 


Agriculture 

810 


1,316,309 


Government Services 

9,930 


345 


CMA Consulting 


51,001 

1,397 


Attorney General 

46,001 



67,957 

Health 

5,000 


67,957 


Coaches Association of B C 


37,500 


34,107 

Municipal Affairs : 

37,500 


34,107 


Coast Event Management 


20,000 


15,643 

Social Services 

20,000 


15,643 


Coast Foundation Society (1 974) 


2,049,747 


37,700 

Health 

1,569,276 


37,700 


Social Services 

480,471 



13,415 

Coast Garibaldi Union Board of Health 


62,097 

13,415 


Health 

62,097 



23,644 

Coastal Community Services Society 


2,729,478 

23,644 


Attorney General 

1,370,025 



21,770 

Health 

72,500 


21,770 


Social Services 

1,266,953 



26,280 

Women's Equality 

20,000 


26,280 


Coastal Jazz & Blues Society 


21,250 


1 1,962 

Tourism 

21,250 


11,466 


Cobalt Hotel 


1 1 ,497 

496 


Social Services 

11,497 



26,144 

Cochrane, L 


14,304 

26,144 


Social Services 

14,304 



12,176 

Cochrane, L 


27,964 

12,176 


Health 

27,964 



41,645 

Cody & L Cody, J 


14,499 

41,645 


Social Services 

14,499 



19,042 

Coell, M 


27,688 

19,042 


Health 

27,688 



73,077 

Coldwater Indian Band 


52,720 

73,077 


Attorney General 

52,470 



18,241 

Municipal Affairs 

250 


18,241 


Coleman, Bill 


142,440 


34,188 

Health 

142,440 


13,000 


Coles, EM, Dr 


40,027 

1,919 


Health 

40,027 


8,558 


College of Family Physicians of Canada 


219,598 

10,711 


Health 

219,598 



26,502 

College of New Caledonia 


21,882,411 

26,502 


Advanced Education 

21,167,772 



190,959 

Attorney General 

48,849 


173,023 


Government Services 

1,120 


17,936 


Health 

8,869 



97,812 

Social Services 

631,301 


56,511 


Women's Equality 

24,500 


41,301 


College of Physicians & Surgeons of B C 


15,000 


17,018 

Health 

1 5,000 


17,018 


Collingwood Neighbourhood House 


236,324 


94,281 

Education 

32,000 


94,281 


Social Services 

152,584 



18,150 

Women's Equality 

51,740 


18,150 


Collingwood Place 


76,774 


1,155,920 

Social Services 

76,774 


1,132,408 


Collinson, S, Dr 


15,309 

23,512 


Health 

15,309 



25,000 

Coltman & H Coltman, J 


32,379 

25,000 


Social Services 

32,379 



26,716 

Coltman, Marion 


41,688 

26,716 


Social Services 

41,688 



197,778 

Columbia Electoral Area A Television Rebroad- 



197,778 


casting Society 


142,500 


29,270 

Economic Development 

142,500 


29,270 


Columbia Lake Indian Band 


112,447 



Aboriginal Affairs 

98,000 



113,283 

Economic Development 

4,000 


113,283 


Social Services 

10,447 



PU BLIC ACCOU NTS 1 992/93 


Columbia lake/Shuswap Indian Band 

Social Services 

Columbia Society of Interdependent 

Social Services 

Columbia Valley Arts Council 

Tourism 

Columbia Valley Family Support Group 

Women's Equality 

Columbia Valley Homemaker Service 

Health 

Social Services 

Columbia View Lodge 

Health 

Social Services 

Columbia View Lodge Adult Day Care 

Health 

Columbia-Shuswap Regional Hospital District... 

Health 

Columbian Centre Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Columbus Park Child Care Centre 

Social Services 

Columbus Residence 

Government Services 

Health 

Colyn, W E 

Social Services 

Comazzetto, Dorothy 

Social Services 

Comcare (Canada) Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Comdel Enterprises Ltd 

Social Services 

Commission on Accreditation of Rehabiltation 

Facilities 

Health 

Commissioner Teachers Pensions 

Education 

Commonwealth of Learning 

Advanced Education 

Communications Plus 

Social Services 

Communities Against Sexual Abuse 

Health 

Women's Equality 

Community Access Resources Ltd 

Social Services 

Community After School Care Programme 

Social Services 

Community Arts Council Alberni Valley 

Social Services 

Tourism 

Community Arts Council of Fort St John 

Tourism 

Community Arts Council of Greater Victoria 

Social Services 

Tourism 

Community Arts Council of Kamloops 

Tourism 

Community Arts Council of Richmond 

Tourism 

Community Arts Council of Vancouver 

Tourism 

Community Based Intervention Healing Program 

Health 

Community Brokerage Services 

Health 

Community Connections 

Health 

Social Services 

Community Council of Greater Victoria 

Health 

Social Services 


163 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


32,470 

Community Counselling & Consulting Services Ltd 


25,313 

32,470 


Health 

9,500 



1 84,509 

Social Services 

15,813 


184,509 


Community Elder Abuse Committee 


40,764 


11,266 

Health 

40,764 


11,266 


Community Home Support Services Association 


9,325,495 


1 0,000 

Health 

8,190,371 


10,000 


Social Services 

1,135,124 



164,696 

Community Initiatives for Womens Steering 



161,332 


Committee 


10,000 

3,364 


Women's Equality 

10,000 



2,101,655 

Community Integration Services Society 


292,057 

2,093,260 


Social Services 

292,057 


8,395 


Community Justice Initiatives Association 


85,274 


1 5,479 

Attorney General 

75,274 


15,479 


Health 

10,000 



314,984 

Community Living Society 


8,154,956 

314,984 


Health 

1,191,541 



399,641 

Social Services 

6,963,415 


326,711 


Community Montessori School 


13,714 

72,930 


Social Services 

13,714 



11,462 

Community Options for Children & Families So- 



1 1 ,462 


ciety 


224,056 


2,418,782 

Health 

7,966 


19,413 


Social Services 

216,090 


2,399,369 


Community Options Society 


149,882 


26,372 

Social Services 

149,882 


26,372 


Community Service Brokering Society 


350,943 


111,904 

Social Services 

350,943 


1 1 1 ,904 


Community Therapists 


18,359 


4,033,113 

Health 

17,868 


3,571,191 


Social Services 

491 


461,922 


Community Ventures Society 


814,258 


30,000 

Health 

507,676 


30,000 


Social Services 

306,582 




Como Lake Private Hospital 


3,104,545 


31,045 

Health 

3,087,071 


31,045 


Social Services 

1 7,474 



4,785,318 

Comox Golf Club 


13,874 

4,785,318 


Government Services 

13,874 



1,000,000 

Comox Indian Band 


31,614 

1 ,000,000 


Aboriginal Affairs 

1,000 



36,702 

Education 

25,000 


36,702 


Environment 

5,614 



51,500 

Comox Recreation Commission 


731,384 

24,500 


Government Services 

731,384 


27,000 


Comox Valley Chamber of Commerce 


26,791 


499,084 

Economic Development 

13,000 


499,084 


Tourism 

13,791 



26,318 

Comox Valley Child Development Association.. 


482,036 

26,318 


Health 

201,124 



23,998 

Social Services 

280,912 


11,838 


Comox Valley Childrens Day Care Society 


154,745 

12,160 


Social Services 

151,466 



12,670 

Women's Equality 

3,279 


12,670 


Comox Valley Christian Education Society 


172,378 


33,284 

Education 

172,378 


8,123 


Comox Valley Community Arts Council 


10,740 

25,161 


Tourism 

10,740 



12,065 

Comox Valley Economic Development Commis- 



12,065 


sion 


20,000 


1 7,675 

Economic Development 

20,000 


17,675 


Comox Valley Economic Development Society . 


40,000 


43,515 

Econom ic Development 

40,000 


43,515 


Comox Valley Electronics Group 


11,000 


90,000 

Social Services 

1 1 ,000 


90,000 


Comox Valley Family Life Association 


809,372 


12,994 

Attorney General 

28,263 


12,994 


Health 

89,420 



555,537 

Social Services 

691,689 


26,312 


Comox Valley Home Support Society 


2,163,096 

529,225 


Health 

2,083,693 



131,017 

Social Services 

79,403 


55,520 


Comox Valley Lifeline Society 


42,712 

75,497 


Government Services 

42,712 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 64 


Comox Valley Metanoia Society 

Health 

Comox Valley Minor Hockey Association 

Government Services 

Comox Valley Recovery Centre Society 

Government Services 

Health 

Social Services 

Comox Valley Sports Centre 

Government Services 

Comox Valley Transition Society 

Attorney General 

Social Services 

Comox-Strathcona Regional Hospital Dis- 
trict 

Health 

Compagnon, A 

Social Services 

Complete Childcare Society 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Comprehensive Care Society 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Comprehensive Human Service Develop- 
ment 

Social Services 

Conayt Friendship Society 

Aboriginal Affairs 

Government Services 

Health 

Concessionary Loan Expenditure 

Agriculture 

Economic Development 

Confer & Family Therapy Associates 

Health 

Social Services 

Conklin, J 

Health 

Connection Drug Rehabilitation Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Conry, J 

Social Services 

Conservation Data Centre 

Environment 

Consigo Family Care Home 

Health 

Consolidated Investments Ltd 

Social Services 

Consult A Professional Service Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Consumers Drug Mart 2 

Health 

Social Services 

Contact Womens Group Society 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Contemporary Art Gallery Society of BC 

Tourism 

Continuing Care Employee Relations 

Health 

Cook & J Cook, R 

Social Services 

Cook & S Cook, L 

Social Services 

Cook, M I, Dr 

Health 

Cook, Margaret A 

Social Services 

Cook, R 

Social Services 

Cooke & J Gray, S 

Social Services 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


25,346 

Coolbaugh, H 


23,046 

25,346 


Social Services 

23,046 



11,345 

Cools, Vanessa K 


20,443 

11,345 


Social Services 

20,443 



402,101 

Cooper Place 


39,389 

16,354 


Social Services 

39,389 


349,788 


Cooper, C 


11,881 

35,959 


Social Services 

11,881 



200,000 

Cooper, F 


28,800 

200,000 


Social Services 

28,800 



261,165 

Cooper, Gene 


66,671 

27,600 


Social Services 

66,671 


233,565 


Cooper, Kelly D 


10,527 



Attorney General 

10,527 



43,705 

Cooper, M, Dr 


26,717 

43,705 


Health 

26,717 



383,098 

Cooper, Maren 


21,638 

383,098 


Social Services 

21,638 



401,372 

Coopers 


82,709 

363,849 


Social Services 

82,709 


37,523 


Copley, Jean-Anne 


15,970 


43,227 

Social Services 

15,970 


30,260 


Coqualeetza Cultural Centre 


25,240 

12,967 


Social Services 

25,240 




Coquitlam Area Fine Arts Council 


28,970 


452,379 

Tourism 

1 8,970 


452,379 


Women's Equality 

1 0,000 



94,005 

Coquitlam Care Centre 


2,832,784 

30,000 


Health 

2,795,237 


717 


Social Services 

37,547 


63,288 


Coquitlam Care Centre Adult Daycare 


34,375 


1,047,976 

Health 

34,375 


971,953 


Coquitlam Chamber of Commerce 


10,463 

76,023 


Tourism 

10,463 



1 70,259 

Coquitlam Public Library 


1 80,962 

168,243 


Municipal Affairs 

1 80,962 


2,016 


Corcoran, Yolanda 


12,888 


13,175 

Health 

12,888 


13,175 


Cordova House 


1,200,832 


814,500 

Health 

1,200,832 


714,500 


Cork, Elizabeth F 


87,029 

100,000 


Health 

87,029 



21,480 

Corminboeuf, B 


75,684 

21,480 


Social Services 

75,684 



25,000 

Corminboeuf, J 


23,046 

25,000 


Social Services 

23,046 



13,336 

Cormorant Island Recycling Society 


27,935 

13,336 


Environment 

27,935 



79,655 

Cornerstone Community Services Society 


968,579 

79,655 


Social Services 

968,579 



236,848 

Cornerstone Learning & Daycare Center Ltd 


66,237 

235,358 


Social Services 

66,237 


1,490 


Corpus, L 


183,553 


20,753 

Social Services 

183,553 


70 


Corriveau, M 


39,351 

20,683 


Social Services 

39,351 



109,898 

Corriveau, Manula 


21,870 

53,560 


Health 

7,690 


56,338 


Social Services 

14,180 



29,000 

Cortes Island Fire Fighting Association 


10,000 

29,000 


Government Services 

1 0,000 



1,254,200 

Costley, Marlene E 


11,546 

1,254,200 


Social Services 

11,546 



23,889 

Cosy Corner 


18,096 

23,889 


Social Services 

18,096 



10,778 

Cote, G 


246,115 

10,778 


Social Services 

246,115 



20,153 

Cotterman, Darlene 


19,925 

20,153 


Social Services 

19,925 



53,251 

Cottrill, Esther 


13,568 

53,251 


Health 

13,568 



51,895 

Coulpier, R 


14,356 

51,895 


Social Services 

14,356 



21,248 

Coulter, Wendy 


24,629 

21,248 


Social Services 

24,629 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


65 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

Council of Forest Industries of B C 1,232,1 21 

Economic Development 1,206,621 

Environment 25,500 

Council of Ministers Education Canada 99,061 

Education 99,061 

Council of the Haida Nation 85,000 

Aboriginal Affairs 85,000 

Country Childcare 1-2-3 Inc 29,576 

Social Services 29,576 

Country Cottage Child Care 10,748 

Social Services 1 0,748 

Country Fare Day Care 10,386 

Social Services 1 0,386 

Country Grove Childrens Centre 41 ,368 

Social Services 31,726 

Women's Equality 9,642 

Country Meadows Day Care Centre Society 52,344 

Social Services 52,344 

Country Squire Retirement Villa 71 8,576 

Health 572,639 

Social Services 1 45,937 

Courtenay & District Historical Society 24,078 

Social Services 1 3,078 

Tourism 11,000 

Courtenay & District Museum 1 7,500 

Advanced Education 1 0,000 

Tourism 7,500 

Courtenay Lawn Bowling Club 24,882 

Government Services 24,882 

Courtenay Mental Patients Association 42,982 

Health 42,982 

Courtenay Recreational Association 143,826 

Government Services 205 

Social Services 143,621 

Courtenay Youth Music Centre Society 92,600 

Tourism 92,600 

Courtesy Cabs Ltd 13,481 

Social Services 1 3,481 

Couture, A 49,132 

Social Services 49, 1 32 

Covington, Deb 37,587 

Social Services 37,587 

Cowichan Band Council 20,000 

Environment 20,000 

Cowichan Bay Maritime Centre 70,890 

Social Services 70,890 

Cowichan Community Centre 79,820 

Social Services 77,520 

Tourism 2,300 

Cowichan District Hospital 12,944 

Health 1,050 

Social Services 1 1 ,894 

Cowichan District Hospital Association, The 22,1 67,672 

Health 22,167,672 

Cowichan Family Life Association 309,551 

Attorney General 8,181 

Social Services 301,370 

Cowichan Golf & Country Club 29,109 

Government Services 29,109 

Cowichan Home Support Society 1 ,726,469 

Health 1,667,392 

Social Services 59,077 

Cowichan Indian Band 14,314 

Aboriginal Affairs 14,314 

Cowichan Lake Community Services Society...... 84,176 

Attorney General... 377 

Health 22,948 

Municipal Affairs 250 

Social Services 59,771 

Women's Equality 830 

Cowichan Lodge 2,019,736 

Health 2,018,290 

Social Services 1 ,446 

Cowichan Lodge Adult Day Care Centre 96,739 

Health 96,739 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

Cowichan Rape Assault Society 374,010 

Attorney General 11 8,964 

Health 18,000 

Social Services 237,046 

Cowichan Rugby Club 18,252 

Government Services 18,252 

Cowichan Seniors Advisory Society 48,274 

Health 12,290 

Social Services 35,984 

Cowichan Tribes' Council 22,000 

Aboriginal Affairs 6,000 

Social Services 1 6,000 

Cowichan Valley Association forCommunity Living 1 ,91 6,706 

Health 654,324 

Social Services 1,185,157 

Women's Equality 77,225 

Cowichan Valley Exhibition 1 2,996 

Agriculture 12,996 

Cowichan Valley Independent Living Resource 

Centre Society 50,922 

Social Services 50,922 

Cowichan Valley Intercultural & Immigrant Aid 

Society 11,813 

Education 11,813 

Cowichan Valley Substance Abuse Prevention 

Society 262,200 

Health 262,200 

Cowichan Val ley T rade School 111,358 

Social Services Ill ,358 

Cowichan Valley Volunteer Society 91,659 

Attorney General 29,592 

Social Services 62,067 

Cowichan Wavaw 11,510 

Women's Equality 11,510 

Cowichan Women Against Violence Against 

Women 18,919 

Attorney General 18,919 

Cowichan Wooden Boat Society 1 0,000 

Advanced Education 1 0,000 

Cowie, Julie A 24,550 

Health 24,550 

Cowles, L 1 6,835 

Social Services 1 6,835 

Coxson & G Coxson, R 1 6,1 52 

Social Services 16,152 

Coyle, Z 16,270 

Social Services 1 6,270 

Cozzolino, Carol 31,200 

Social Services 31,200 

Crafts Association of BC 25,000 

Tourism 25,000 

Craig, J 22,514 

Social Services 22,51 4 

Craigdarroch Care Home Ltd 408,907 

Health 401,984 

Social Services 6,923 

Craigend Rest Home (AC) 82,383 

Social Services 82,383 

Craigend Rest Home (LTC) 190,663 

Health 190,663 

Cranbrook Archives, Museum & Landmark Foun- 
dation 87,998 

Government Services 29,856 

Social Services 29,642 

Tourism 28,500 

Cranbrook Boys & Girls Club 125,639 

Government Services 13,200 

Social Services 1 1 2,439 

Cranbrook Chamber of Commerce 28,01 7 

Economic Development 13,000 

Tourism 15,017 

Cranbrook Childrens Place 63,820 

Social Services 63,820 

Cranbrook Food Bank Society 10,517 

Government Services 10,517 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 66 


Cranbrook Home Support Services 

Health 

Social Services 

Cranbrook Public Library Association 

Municipal Affairs 

Cranbrook Regional Hospital 

Attorney General 

Health 

Social Services 

Cranbrook Regional Hospital Society 

Health 

Cranbrook Society for Community Living 

(Cranbrook) 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Cranbrook Womens Resources Society 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Crawford, Carolyn 

Social Services 

Crawford, Patricia J, Dr 

Health 

Creative Centre Society 

Health 

Creative Employment Access Society 

Social Services 

Creative Options Inc 

Social Services 

Creative Years Daycare 

Social Services 

Creed & Linda Creed, Ken 

Social Services 

Creekside Adult Day Care 

Health 

Creekview Tiny Tots Daycare Society 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Creighton, D J ! 

Health 

Social Services 

Crepnjak & Z Crepnjak, D 

Social Services 

Crescent Beach Community Services 

Social Services 

Crescent Beach Lodge 

Health 

Social Services 

Cresteramics Society for the Handicapped 

Social Services 

Crestlene Lodge Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Crestline Daycare Centre 

Social Services 

Creston & District Chamber of Commerce 

Economic Development 

Social Services 

Tourism 

Creston Citizen Advocacy Program 

Social Services 

Creston Golf Club 

Social Services 

Creston Housing Society 

Health 

Creston Public Library Association 

Municipal Affairs 

Creston Valley Beef Growers Association 

Agriculture 

Creston Valley Child Care Society 

Social Services 

Creston Valley Help Services Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Creston Valley Home Support Society 

Health 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


1,851,754 

Social Services 

70,920 


1,603,035 


Creston Valley Hospital 


112,355 

248,719 


Social Services 

112,355 



55,919 

Creston Valley Hospital Association 


5,367,654 

55,919 


Health 

5,323,666 



20,847 

Social Services 

43,988 


174 


Creston Valley Senior Citizen Housing Society- 



2,398 


Swan Valley Lodge 


70,850 

18,275 


Health 

70,850 



14,891,771 

Creston Valley Wildlife Management Author- 



4,891,771 


ity 


124,031 



Environment 

1 00,000 



581,159 

Government Services 

24,031 


1,061 


Creston Youth for Youth Society 


10,076 

580,098 


Social Services 

1 0,076 



137,247 

Cribb Enterprises Ltd 


13,397 

28,191 


Health 

13,397 


109,056 


Cridge Centre for the Family 


2,143,879 


33,624 

Education 

19,660 


33,624 


Health 

462,398 



33,059 

Social Services 

1,559,638 


33,059 


Women's Equality 

102,183 



496,308 

Crisis Intervention & Public Information Society 



496,308 


of Greater Victoria 


72,295 


38,564 

Health 

72,295 


38,564 


Crisis Intervention & Suicide Prevention 


35,028 


947,712 

Social Services 

35,028 


947,712 


Crocker, J 


16,508 


70,910 

Social Services 

16,508 


70,910 


Croft, H 


23,531 


102,619 

Social Services 

23,531 


102,619 


Crofton House School 


978,085 


130,374 

Education 

978,085 


130,374 


Croisdale, Wilma 


74,320 


75,479 

Social Services 

74,320 


61,129 


Crop Insurance Provincial Premium 


2,276,044 

14,350 


Agriculture 

2,276,044 



118,311 

Cross Country B C 


1 72,695 

97,517 


Municipal Affairs 

172,695 


20,794 


Cross Roads Christian School Society 


158,818 


26,226 

Education 

158,818 


26,226 


Cross, Jacqueline 


31,136 


36,584 

Social Services 

31,136 


36,584 


Cross, S, Dr 


22,302 


260,920 

Health 

22,302 


179,557 


Crossover Enterprises 


464,055 

81,363 


Social Services 

464,055 



253,937 

Crossreach Project of Vancouver 


236,635 

253,937 


Health 

236,635 



328,710 

Crossroads Adult Day Care 


1 1 7,456 

209,123 


Health 

1 1 7,456 


119,587 


Crossroads Crisis & Family Services Society 


107,225 


72,363 

Health 

103,860 


72,363 


Social Services 

1,000 



34,408 

Women's Equality 

2,365 


1 3,000 


Crossroads Human Services 


280,171 

10,134 


Social Services 

280,171 


11,274 


Crossroads T reatment Centre Society 


979,940 


31,926 

Attorney General 

53,618 


31,926 


Health 

849,261 



15,319 

Social Services 

77,061 


15,319 


Croydon Villa Rest Home Ltd 


162,338 


26,162 

Health 

12,695 


26,162 


Social Services 

149,643 



29,430 

Cruz & Leticia Cruz, Reynaldo 


35,886 

29,430 


Social Services 

35,886 



20,000 

Cruz Family Care Home 


27,864 

20,000 


Health 

1 6,063 



46,332 

Social Services 

11,801 


46,332 


Cucksey, Beatrice 


15,034 


1 7,743 

Social Services 

15,034 


14,486 


Cuff, C 


44,282 

3,257 


Social Services 

44,282 



1,455,318 

Cultus Lake Park Board 


24,626 

1,384,398 


Environment 

24,626 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


67 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

Culver, Ron 46,622 

Social Services 46,622 

Cumberland & District Historical Society 20,294 

Government Services 500 

Social Services 1 9,794 

Cumberland Adult Day Care 87,816 

Health 87,816 

Cumberland Chamber of Commerce 26,082 

Economic Development 13,000 

Government Services 2,994 

Social Services 7,31 3 

Tourism 2,775 

Cumberland Community Family Daycare 1 3,462 

Social Services 1 3,462 

Cumberland Health Care Society 1,182,495 

Health. 1,182,495 

Cumberland Intermediate Care Unit 2,045,21 2 

Health 2,036,738 

Social Services 8,474 

Cummings & J Cummings, D 37,920 

Social Services 37,920 

Cunada, L 57,423 

Health 57,423 

Cunningham, F 20,394 

Social Services 20,394 

Cunningham, J 11,256 

Social Services 1 1 ,256 

Cunningham, L 60,856 

Social Services 60,856 

Cunningham, N 14,620 

Social Services 1 4,620 

Cunningham, W 12,452 

Social Services 1 2,452 

Cupples, N 19,696 

Social Services 1 9,696 

Curl B C 78,000 

Municipal Affairs 78,000 

Currie, F 32,559 

Social Services 32,559 

Custom Woodcraft Finishing 10,113 

Social Services 10,113 

Cutler, R 21,140 

Social Services 21,140 

Cutting, Yvette 1 0,904 

Health 10,904 

Cuzner, G 53,942 

Social Services 53,942 

Cycling BC 105,055 

Municipal Affairs 105,055 

Cypress Child Centre 73,217 

Social Services 73,217 

Cyr, F 44,467 

Social Services 44,467 

Cythera T ransition House Society 311,926 

Government Services 19,978 

Health 10,000 

Social Services 281 ,948 

D & L Consulting 69,038 

Health 563 

Social Services 68,475 

D B R Housing Society 211,029 

Health 211,029 

D'Alfonso, James 15,750 

Attorney General 15,750 

Dahlen, J 19,407 

Social Services 1 9,407 

Dahler, M 28,267 

Social Services 28,267 

Dahms, J 23,530 

Social Services 23,530 

Daku, L 17,400 

Social Services 1 7,400 

Dale, D 42,998 

Social Services 42,998 

Dale, Linda 22,846 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

Social Services 22,846 

Dallas House Society 652,150 

Health 652,150 

Dalton, Marie Georgina 40,344 

Social Services 40,344 

Dancak, E 77,453 

Social Services 77,453 

Dandelion Daycare 65,411 

Social Services 65,41 1 

Dandelion Daycare Society 12,815 

Women's Equality 12,815 

Dania Home Society 1,588,749 

Health 1,585,594 

Social Services 3,155 

Daniels, D 23,659 

Social Services 23,659 

Danielson, Judith M 23,286 

Social Services 23,286 

Dans Residence 13,336 

Health 13,336 

Darcangelo, Shauna 10,040 

Health 1 0,040 

Darley, D, Dr 28,998 

Health 26,422 

Health 2,576 

Darmax Enterprises 211,170 

Health 211,170 

Dasmesh Punjabi Educational Associa- 
tion 336,896 

Education 336,896 

David, D 52,628 

Municipal Affairs 700 

Social Services 51 ,928 

Davidson, K 32,671 

Social Services 32,671 

Davidson, Leticia 27,819 

Health 12,923 

Social Services 1 4,896 

Davidson, Lisa 12,566 

Social Services 1 2,044 

Women's Equality 522 

Davidson, M 42,342 

Social Services 42,342 

Davies Medical Supply Ltd 1 ,81 7, 1 42 

Health 6,333 

Social Services 1 ,81 0,809 

Davies Prescription Pharmacy St Georges 33,31 8 

Social Services 33,31 8 

Davies, A 11,059 

Social Services 11 ,059 

Davies, C 81,782 

Social Services 81,782 

Davies, D 11,768 

Social Services 11 ,768 

Davies, M 28,524 

Social Services 28,524 

Davis & K Forsberg, M 73,139 

Social Services 73,1 39 

Davis, C, Dr 65,135 

Attorney General 65,135 

Davis, D 98,270 

Social Services 98,270 

Davis, M 74,002 

Social Services 74,002 

Davis, S 37,391 

Social Services 37,391 

Davison, K 16,480 

Health 16,480 

Dawe & M Dawe, P 23,225 

Social Services 23,225 

Dawson Creek & District Chamber of Com- 
merce 13,000 

Economic Development 13,000 

Dawson Creek & District Exhibition 1 0,620 

Agriculture r 10,620 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


168 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

Dawson Creek & District Hospital 43,266 

Health 42,872 

Social Services 394 

Dawson Creek & District Hospital Society 9,851 ,209 

Health 9,851,209 

Dawson Creek Alcohol Service Program 1 37,843 

Health . 137,843 

Dawson Creek Catholic Social Services Society.. 1 08,000 

Social Services . 108,000 

Dawson Creek Daycare Society 24,468 

Social Services 24,468 

Dawson Creek Public Library Association 37,238 

Municipal Affairs 37,238 

Dawson Creek Society for Community Living 1 ,597,861 

Health 330,206 

Social Services 1 ,267,655 

Day & K Knudson, T 35,933 

Social Services 35,933 

Day, P 105,628 

Social Services 1 05,628 

Daycare Connection 1 0,054 

Social Services 1 0,054 

Dayton & Knight Ltd 20,000 

Health 20,000 

Dayupay, Constancia 47,344 

Social Services 47,344 

DC Dancecorps Society 1 9,500 

Tourism 19,500 

De Andrade, MG 13,850 

Health 13,850 

De Beaumont, Janet 122,547 

Social Services 1 22,547 

De Bosch Kemper, W, Dr 1 0,056 

Health 9,022 

Social Services 1 ,034 

De Martino, C, Dr 1 7,958 

Health 17,958 

De Montmorency & M De Montmorency, J 1 3,320 

Social Services 1 3,320 

De Vries, G 34,830 

Health 34,830 

Dean, Lynne 15,460 

Social Services 1 5,460 

Dean, Y 15,217 

Social Services 15,217 

Deas-Dawlish, E, Mrs 12,812 

Social Services 12,812 

Debrae Services Ltd 225,861 

Social Services 225,861 

Dececco, S 84,709 

Social Services 84,709 

Decker Management Ltd-Maple Ridge 1 1 9, 1 95 

Health 119,195 

Decker Management Ltd-Normandy 5,821,350 

Health 5,821,350 

Decker Management Ltd-Sandringham 2,672,1 88 

Health 2,672,188 

Decker, D 1 3,200 

Social Services 1 3,200 

Dedelley, D 30,588 

Social Services 30,588 

Deep Sea Trawlers Association of B C 23,000 

Agriculture 23,000 

Dejong, Jenny 10,866 

Social Services 1 0,866 

Delbrook Daycare Ltd 1 5,880 

Social Services 1 5,880 

Deleurme & R Deleurme, I 20,725 

Social Services 20,725 

Delpopolo, G 37,162 

Health 25,390 

Social Services 1 1 ,772 

Delta Advocates for Community Mental 

Health 219,521 

Health 219,521 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

Delta Association for the Handicapped 654,766 

Health 35,000 

Social Services 61 9,766 

Delta Centennial Hospital Society 1 5,079,497 

Health 15,079,497 

Delta Chamber of Commerce 30,691 

Economic Development.. 13,000 

Tourism 17,691 

Delta Community Arts Council 1 4,960 

Tourism 14,960 

Delta Community Career & Living Society 3,387,703 

Social Services 3,387,703 

Delta Family Services Society 1 ,491 ,577 

Health 508,732 

Social Services 982,845 

Delta Farmers Institute 41,561 

Agriculture 41,561 

Delta Funtime Out-of-School Care Society 1 2,1 26 

Social Services 12,126 

Delta Guest Home 11,596 

Health 11,596 

Delta Home Support Service Society 1 ,21 0,876 

Health 1,162,179 

Social Services 48,697 

Delta Hospice Society 29,880 

Health 29,880 

Delta Hospital 32,147 

Social Services 32,1 47 

Delta Lodge 563,896 

Health 486,981 

Social Services 76,91 5 

Delta Museum & Archives Society 56,500 

Government Services 41,500 

Tourism 15,000 

Delta Prescription Clinic 10,459 

Social Services 1 0,459 

Delta School Readiness Program Society 1 1 6,028 

Social Services 11 6,028 

Delta Youth Services & Crime Prevention Society 299,641 

Health 48,427 

Social Services 241,214 

Women's Equality 10,000 

Deltassist Community Services Society 832,981 

Government Services 17,417 

Health 75,259 

Social Services 740,305 

Deltassist Pregnant & Parenting & Teen Daycare. 37,938 

Social Services 37,938 

Deltaview Habilitation Centre 836,621 

Health 795,256 

Social Services 41 ,365 

Delves Group Home, The 36,300 

Social Services 36,300 

Delves, Birdie L 1 4,356 

Social Services 1 4,356 

Demetz, Casey Byrn 1 8,700 

Attorney General 18,700 

Demetz, June W 46,665 

Attorney General 46,665 

Dencraft Sales Ltd 1 3,006 

Social Services 1 3,006 

Dengarry Professional Services Ltd 999,487 

Social Services 999,487 

Denholm, K 13,074 

Social Services 1 3,074 

Denniston Bone Marrow Society, Bruce 1 0,661 

Government Services 1 0,661 

Dental Care Program 56,61 7 

Social Services 56,61 7 

Deol Agriculture Education & Research Society.. 10,000 

Women's Equality 10,000 

Depape & R Depape, R 48,690 

Social Services 48,690 

Der, A 69,659 

Social Services 69,659 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


Ministry 

$ 


Derby, Elizabeth 

Social Services 

Derob Enterprises Ltd 

Social Services 

Derrick, D 

Social Services 

Derrickson, R 

Social Services 

Deschamps, Lois 

Social Services 

Desert Park Exhibition Society 

Government Services 

Desroches, Mary Lou, Dr 

Social Services 

Dettweiler, L E 

Health 

Devecais & N Devecais, M 

Social Services 

Devlin Funeral Home 

Social Services 

Devos, Joyce 

Health 

Social Services 

Devries & F Devries, M 

Social Services 

Devries, A G, Dr 

Attorney General 

Dew, M 

Social Services 

Dewit, L 

Social Services 

Dewitt, L 

Social Services 

Dewitt, S 

Social Services 

DFP Enterprise 

Attorney General 

Dhaliwal, C 

Social Services 

Dhaliwal-Todd, G 

Social Services 

Diablo, B 

Health 

Dial-A-Dietitian 

Health 

Diamond Drugs Ltd 

Social Services 

Dianne's Day Care Centre 

Social Services 

Dick, Sadie L 

Social Services 

Dickey, R, Dr 

Health 

Social Services 

Dickinson, S, Dr 

Health 

Didiomete, P 

Social Services 

Diebert, Daphne Joanne 

Social Services 

Dieleman, M 

Health 

Social Services 

Diffin, Candie 

Social Services 

Dillen & J Dillen, K 

Social Services 

Dilli Inc, M, Dr 

Health 

Dimakis Holdings Ltd 

Social Services 

Dimples Daycare 

Social Services 

Dinglasan & F Dinglasan, M ... 
Social Services 



15,637 

15,637 

11,942 

11,942 

32,300 

32,300 

25,109 

25,109 

129,339 

129,339 

75,333 

75,333 

15,151 

15,151 

22,186 

22,186 

14,228 

14,228 

10,540 

10,540 

24,044 

15,649 


8,395 

92,839 

92,839 

1 00,806 

100,806 

54,201 

54,201 

12,088 

1 2,088 

31,382 

31,382 

11,393 

11,393 

18,028 

18,028 

11,917 

11,917 

40,781 

40,781 

11,628 

11,628 

89,000 

89,000 

1 1 ,309 

11,309 

11,659 

11,659 

71,184 

71,184 

13,941 

1 3,404 


537 

46,586 

46,586 

62,976 

62,976 

15,068 

15,068 

34,323 

7,683 

26,640 

12,639 

12,639 

30,834 

30,834 

165,197 

165,197 

10,248 

10,248 

13,814 

13,814 

15,643 

15,643 



Dion & Pat Dion, Jan 

Social Services 26,783 

Diopita & C Diopita, J 

Social Services 31,036 

Directorate of Agencies for School Health 

Education 28,750 

Health 14,000 

Disabled Sailing Association of B C 

Government Services 12,770 

Social Services 32,662 

Disabled Skiers Association of B C 

Municipal Affairs 10,500 

Discovery Daycare (Terrace) 

Social Services 22,461 

Women's Equality 4,020 

Discovery Foundation 

Advanced Education 275,000 

Discovery House Child Development Centre 

Social Services 101,981 

Discovery Reenactment Society 

Government Services 1 9,365 

Discovery School Society 

Education 127,249 

Discovery Training Network 

Social Services 1 0,000 

Disney Friends Family Daycare 

Social Services 1 7,692 

District 69 Christian Education Society 

Education 318,710 

District 69 Family Resource Association 

Health... 8,279 

Social Services 1 06,886 

District 69 Hospice Society 

Health 12,000 

District 69 Society of Organized Services 

Attorney General 26,088 

Health 108,841 

Social Services 1 24,263 

District IV Inmate Trust Account 

Attorney General 1 77,880 

District of 1 00 Mile House 

Attorney General 22,552 

Economic Development 2,500 

Government Services 1,009 

Municipal Affairs 991,929 

Transportation 58,581 

D istrict of Abbotsford 

Agriculture 44,824 

Attorney General 6,120 

Health 1,440 

Municipal Affairs 2,839,190 

Transportation 19,995 

District of Campbell River 

Attorney General 33,316 

Economic Development 45,000 

Health 19,816 

Municipal Affairs 2,310,986 

Social Services 4,41 1 

Transportation , 11,694 

District of Central Saanich 

Attorney General 3,490 

Government Services 91,111 

Municipal Affairs 2,169,101 

Social Services 1 60 

Transportation 6,334 

District of Chetwynd 

Attorney Genera 1 18,250 

Economic Development 45,000 

Municipal Affairs 579,005 

District of Chilliwack 

Agriculture 8,000 

Attorney General 38,656 

Government Services 301,1 1 1 

Health 7,500 

Municipal Affairs 5,152,068 


I 69 

Total 

$ 

26,783 

31,036 

42,750 

45,432 

10,500 

26,481 

275,000 

101,981 

19,365 

127,249 

10,000 

17,692 

318,710 

115,165 

12,000 

259,192 

1 77,880 
1,076,571 

2,911,569 

2,425,223 


2,270,196 

642,255 

5,570,270 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 70 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


Transportation 

District of Coldstream 

Attorney General 

Municipal Affairs 

District of Delta 

Agriculture 

Attorney General 

Environment 

Government Services .... 

Health 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 

District of Elkford 

Attorney General 

Economic Development 
Government Services .... 

Municipal Affairs 

District of Esquimalt 

Attorney General 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

Transportation 

District of Hope 

Attorney General 

Environment 

Government Services .... 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 

Women's Equality 

District of Houston 

Attorney General 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 

District of Hudson's Hope . 

Attorney General 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Tourism 

District of Invermere 

Attorney General 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

Transportation 

District of Kent 

Agriculture 

Attorney General 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

District of Kitimat 

Attorney General 

Economic Development. 

Environment 

Government Services 

Health 

Municipal Affairs 

District of Langford 

Municipal Affairs 

District of Langley 

Agriculture 

Attorney General 

Economic Development, 

Environment 

Government Services .... 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

District of Logan Lake 

Attorney General 

Government Services .... 

Municipal Affairs 

Tourism 

District of MacKenzie 

Attorney General 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 


62,935 

890,329 

190 


890,139 

7,431,600 

8,000 

193,180 

112,115 

333,333 


30,000 
6,61 2,004 


142,968 

1,001,993 

750 


2,500 

15,816 

982,927 

1,128,044 

6,740 


1 ,095,099 


20,485 


5,720 

1,319,254 

30,870 

1 0,000 


632 


1,241,410 


29,742 


6,600 

454,949 

1,826 

60,137 

384,384 


8,602 

359,595 

1,450 

27,780 

319,722 


10,643 

880,566 

1,050 

869,663 


260 


9,593 

492,195 

8,000 

22,632 

24,333 

437,230 

805,191 

27,030 

2,500 

22,083 

102,113 

103,069 

548,396 

2,168,520 

2,168,520 

6,902,334 

150 


39,498 

22,500 

43,583 


1,318 


6,795,265 


20 

486,348 

1,094 

65,162 


415,092 


5,000 

443,088 

32,070 

398,342 


12,676 



District of Maple Ridge 

Agriculture 

Attorney General 

Economic Development.., 

Government Services 

Health 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

Transportation 

District of Matsqui 

Agriculture 

Attorney General 

Economic Development.., 

Government Services 

Health 

Municipal Affairs 

District of Mete hos in 

Attorney General 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 

District of Mission 

Attorney General 

Economic Development.., 

Environment 

Government Services 

Health 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 

District of New Hazelton 

Attorney General 

Municipal Affairs 

Tourism 

District of North Cowichan .. 

Agriculture 

Attorney General 

Government Services 

Health 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 

District of North Saanich 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 

District of North Vancouver. 

Attorney General 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 

District of Oak Bay 

Attorney General 

Government Services 

Health 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

Transportation 

District of Peachland 

Attorney General 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

District of Pitt Meadows 

Agriculture 

Attorney General 

Health 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 

District of Port Edward 

Attorney General 

Municipal Affairs 

District of Port Hardy 

Attorney General 

Economic Development... 

Environment 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 


5,866,887 


150 


46,990 

22,500 

4,700 

21,300 


5,566,736 


366 


204,145 

8,983,383 

67,573 

130,367 

22,500 

333,334 


1 7,000 
8,412,609 

303,493 

1,250 

269,008 


33,235 

3,431,107 

34,156 

22,500 

15,078 

41,913 

40,092 


3,101,407 


175,961 

243,110 

450 


233,352 


9,308 

1,987,567 

8,150 

3,620 

42,485 


344 


1,831,328 


101,640 

801,748 

12,500 

786,288 


2,960 

6,254,882 

33,340 

519,271 


5,248,624 


453,647 

2,817,267 

4,360 

43,566 

226,483 


2,514,630 


23,844 


4,384 

407,569 

1,000 

13,250 

393,319 

930,210 

300 


1,000 

10,000 

880,394 


38,516 

268,172 

1,000 

267,172 

963,082 

1,344 


5,000 

1 0,000 
100,000 
843,878 


80 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


I 71 


Transportation 

District of Powell River 

Attorney General 

Economic Development, 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 

District of Saanich 

Attorney General 

Government Services 

Health 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

Transportation 

District of Salmon Arm 

Attorney General 

Environment 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 

Women's Equality 

District ofSechelt 

Attorney General 

Municipal Affairs 

District of Sicamous 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 

Women's Equality 

District of Spallumcheen ... 

Agriculture 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 

D i stri ct of Spa rwood 

Attorney General 

Economic Development. 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 

District of Squamish 

Attorney General 

Environment 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

District of Stewart 

Attorney General 

Economic Development. 

Environment 

Government Services 

Health 

Municipal Affairs 

District of Summerland 

Attorney General 

Economic Development. 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Transportation 

District of Surrey 

Agriculture 

Attorney General 

Economic Development . 

Environment 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

Transportation 

District of Taylor 

Attorney General 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Tourism 

Transportation 

District of Tofino 

Attorney General 

Municipal Affairs 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 

2,780 


District of Tumbler Ridge 


2,467,864 


959,717 

Attorney General 

1,000 


20,390 


Economic Development 

47,660 


45,000 


Government Services 

123,399 


51,911 


Municipal Affairs 

2,260,711 


823,934 


Transportation 

35,094 


18,482 


District of Vanderhoof 


443,008 


8,483,248 

Attorney General 

1,000 


45,875 


Environment 

10,104 


71,794 


Government Services 

1,494 


29,832 


Municipal Affairs 

426,796 


8,218,585 


Transportation 

3,614 


2,400 


District of West Vancouver 


3,675,613 

114,762 


Attorney General 

32,511 



2,203,823 

Municipal Affairs 

3,643,102 


1,160 


District of Whistler 


2,131,510 

91,750 


Attorney General 

3,300 


2,081,563 


Environment 

50,000 


19,350 


Government Services 

698,250 


1 0,000 


Health 

300 



736,667 

Municipal Affairs 

1,379,660 


25,000 


Divino Estate Winery 


36,384 

711,667 


Agriculture 

36,384 



821,336 

Dixon & A Dixon, B 


156,669 

27,343 


Health 

133,815 


244,118 


Social Services 

22,854 


548,065 


Dixon, Beverley 


16,138 

1,810 


Health 

16,138 



294,426 

Doane, S 


15,718 

150 


Social Services 

15,718 


715 


Dobbins & Deborah Dobbins, James 


11,745 

277,273 


Health 

11,745 


16,288 


Dobbins, JC 


16,790 


649,041 

Social Services 

16,790 


1,000 


Dobler Contracting Ltd, Ed 


21,708 

5,000 


Attorney General 

21,708 


631,295 


Dodd, L 


42,096 

11,746 


Social Services 

42,096 



1,080,846 

Dodsworth & M Dodsworth, T 


10,535 

25,894 


Social Services 

10,535 


97,500 


Dodsworth, F 


205,142 

513 


Social Services 

205,142 


956,781 


Doe Investments Ltd 


160,356 

158 


Health 

160,356 



251,536 

Dogwood Home Services 


24,347 

1,020 


Social Services 77. 

24,347 


1 5,000 


Dogwood Lodge (Burnaby) 


4,213,945 

6,000 


Health 

4,175,197 


40,000 


Social Services 

38,748 


24,234 


Dogwood Lodge (Vancouver) 


3,620,773 

165,282 


Health 

3,526,079 



716,674 

Social Services 

94,694 


4,070 


Dohl, Barbara 


10,205 

45,000 


Social Services 

10,205 


32,666 


Dollfuss, RE, Dr 


43,786 

631,138 


Health 

43,786 


3,800 


Dolliver, Coranne 


11,588 


19,706,028 

Social Services 

11,588 


150 


Dolton, Russell 


18,150 

94,426 


Social Services 

18,150 


22,500 


Domaine De Chaberton Estates Ltd 


12,247 

25,213 


Agriculture 

12,247 


789,049 


Domestic Peace Project 


20,000 

18,247,506 


Health 

20,000 


408 


Donald Duck Day Care 


10,269 

526,776 


Social Services 

10,269 



199,555 

Donald, S 


105,723 

1,000 


Social Services 

105,723 


1,403 


Donaldson, D 


19,625 

182,336 


Social Services 

19,625 


5,062 


Doncaster Out of School Care 


16,667 

9,754 


Social Services 

16,667 



136,261 

Dondaneau, K 


51,726 

1,000 


Social Services 

51,726 


135,261 


Donex Pharmacy & Department Store 


10,731 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 72 


Social Services 

Donna's Daycare 

Social Services 

Donner, B J, Dr 

Health 

Donovan, Dorothy 

Social Services 

Donovan, Marjorie 

Social Services 

Dool Consulting 

Attorney General 

Dool, Evelyn 

Social Services 

Dorval, Kathie 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Dougherty, O 

Social Services 

Douglas & A Douglas, M 

Social Services 

Douglas & McIntyre Ltd 

Tourism 

Douglas College 

Advanced Education 

Attorney General 

Health 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Douglas College Early Childhood 

Social Services 

Douglas Park Community Association 

Social Services 

Douglas Park Community Centre 

Women's Equality 

Douglas, M 

Social Services 

Douglas, Stan 

Tourism 

Dow, Nancy 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Dow, Phylis 

Social Services 

Dowle, B 

Health 

Social Services 

Down's Enterprises Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Downtown Blanshard Advisory Committee 

Attorney General 

Social Services 

Downtown DayCare 

Social Services 

Downtown Eastside Economic Development Society 

Economic Development 

Downtown Eastside Residence Association 

Attorney General 

Government Services 

Health 

Social Services 

Downtown Eastside Stratcona Coalition 

Health 

Downtown Eastside Women's Centre Associa- 
tion, The 

Attorney General 

Downtown Eastside Youth Activities Society 

Education 

Health 

Social Services 

Downtown Granville Tenants Association 

Social Services 

Downtown Handicapped Association 

Social Services 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

S 


$ 

$ 

10,731 


Draper, J 


31,343 


27,096 

Social Services 

31,343 


27,096 


Driscoll, D 


41,532 


32,859 

Social Services 

41,532 


32,859 


Dryburgh & V Dryburgh, P 


78,792 


137,458 

Social Services 

78,792 


137,458 


Drysdale, E R, Dr 


24,447 


43,336 

Health 

24,447 


43,336 


Dubec, Zenaida 


87,410 


34,171 

Health 

87,410 


34,171 


Dubetz & Associates, C 


18,933 


14,413 

Health 

18,933 


14,413 


Dubois, W 


222,398 


20,030 

Social Services 

222,398 


19,487 


Ducks Unlimited Canada 


35,100 

543 


Environment 

35,100 



18,777 

Dueck, Jan 


10,209 

18,777 


Social Services 

10,209 



20,772 

Duecks Daycare Centre 


20,993 

20,772 


Social Services 

20,993 



74,892 

Duffy, H P, Dr 


93,580 

74,892 


Health 

93,580 



38,447,277 

Duffy, J, Dr 


110,249 

38,050,508 


Health 

110,249 


112,292 


Dufour, B 


41,739 

120,923 


Social Services 

41,739 


1,000 


Duggan, M 


16,200 

155,504 


Health 

16,200 


7,050 


Duke of Edinburgh Awards 


35,000 


21,654 

Education 

35,000 


21,654 


Duke Residence 


650,636 


28,830 

Health 

635,011 


28,830 


Social Services 

15,625 



80,000 

Dulmage & S Dulmage, R 


25,736 

80,000 


Social Services 

25,736 



18,874 

Dunbar Memorial Preschool 


11,675 

18,874 


Social Services 

11,675 



1 0,000 

Dunbar Queen Elizabeth After School Care 


36,384 

10,000 


Government Services 

5,667 



11,386 

Social Services 

30,717 


10,697 


Duncan Christian School Association 


820,105 

689 


Education 

820,105 



15,996 

Duncan Day Care Society, The .'. 


112,465 

15,996 


Social Services 

112,465 



28,005 

Duncan-Cowichan Chamber of Commerce 


27,099 

17,132 


Economic Development 

13,000 


10,873 


Tourism 

14,099 



375,071 

Dunlap & R Williams, C 


73,969 

299,117 


Social Services 

73,969 


75,954 


Dunn, Carol 


11,151 


245,829 

Social Services 

11,151 


27,732 


Dunn, P 


14,356 

218,097 


Social Services 

14,356 



12,835 

Dunn, P, Dr 


14,503 

12,835 


Health 

14,503 



29,600 

Dunrovin Park (1 974) Society 


1,695,635 

29,600 


Government Services 

29,387 



1 1 7,692 

Health 

1,666,248 


5,000 


Dunstan, L 


25,709 

12,538 


Health 

25,709 


2,700 


Dupont, K 


49,048 

97,454 


Social Services 

49,048 



60,000 

Dupuis, J 


14,119 

60,000 


Social Services 

14,119 




Dupuis, R 


18,150 


85,282 

Social Services 

18,150 


85,282 


Durand Special Care Society, Henry M 


106,253 


924,347 

Health 

106,253 


40,000 


Durnford, S 


22,165 

590,645 


Social Services 

22,165 


293,702 


Durr & V Durr, E 


93,182 


10,000 

Social Services 

93,182 


1 0,000 


Durrs Green Acres 


11,641 


10,000 

Health 

11,169 


10,000 


Social Services 

472 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


Ministry 

$ 


Dusch,J 

Social Services 

Dustin's Playmates 

Social Services 

Duyvestyn, A 

Social Services 

Dworkin & G Hudgin, H 

Health 

Dworkin, H 

Health 

Dyck's Pharmacists 

Attorney General 

Social Services 

Dyke, R 

Social Services 

Dykstra, Doreen 

Social Services 

Dze L K'Ant Friendship Centre Society. 

Aboriginal Affairs 

Government Services 

Health 

Social Services 

Tourism 

Women's Equality 

E & J Enterprises Ltd 

Social Services 

E T Daycare 

Social Services 

E Z Does It Daycare 

Social Services 

E-Z-E Travel 

Social Services 

Eacotts Family Daycare 

Social Services 

Eagle Nest Family Daycare 

Social Services 

Eagleridge Daycare 

Social Services 

Eagles Building Society 

Government Services 

Early Childhood Educators of B C 

Women's Equality 

Early Childhood Multicultural Services 

Education 

Early Explorers Daycare 

Social Services 

East Kelowna Daycare 

Social Services 

East Kootenay Community College 

Advanced Education 

Government Services 

Health 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

East Kootenay Environmental Society .. 

Environment 

East Kootenay Health Society 

Health 

East Kootenay Hearing Consultant 

Social Services 

East Kootenay Mental Health Society... 

Attorney General 

Health 

Social Services 

East Kootenay Union Board of Health .. 

Health 

East Vancouver Community Services ... 

Social Services 

Easter Seal House 

Health 

Social Services 

Easter, S 

Social Services 

Easton, M 

Social Services 


26,507 
1 1 ,099 

71.678 

26,551 

18,154 

49 

29,714 

18,354 

21,040 

30,643 

237 

815,432 

95,960 

1,932 

1 4.000 

20.159 
27,290 
10,668 
13,889 
13,181 
20,049 
49,732 

15.678 

25.000 

1 8.000 
55,770 

88.160 

12,262,383 

4,346 

2,943 

235,674 

500 

1 1 ,000 

405,105 

16,611 

46,067 

172,512 

257,801 

78,000 

190,307 

84 

20,951 

12,582 

52,183 


26,507 
1 1 ,099 
71,678 
26,551 
18,154 
29,763 

18,354 

21,040 

958,204 


20.159 
27,290 
10,668 
13,889 
13,181 
20,049 
49,732 
15,678 

25.000 

1 8.000 
55,770 

88.160 
12,505,846 

1 1 ,000 
405,105 
16,61 1 
476,380 

78,000 

190,307 

21,035 

12,582 

52,183 


Eastside Family Place Society 

Social Services 66,01 1 

Eastwood, S 

Health 12,415 

Social Services 5,720 

Easy-Out Independent Life Skills Society 

Social Services 397,748 

Eaton & JackOostenbrink, Kathy 

Social Services 26,766 

Eaton Co Ltd, T, The 

Social Services 1 4,962 

Eaves, D, Dr 

Health 29,473 

Eby, J R, Dr 

Health 29,214 

Ech-Tech Recycling Ltd 

Social Services 20,029 

Echo Kids Club 

Social Services 1 0,931 

Echo Sunshine Club 

Government Services 59,080 

Echo Village 

Health 1,641,614 

Social Services 2,330 

Economic Development Association of B C 

Economic Development 25,000 

Economic Development Corporation ofOsoyoos 

BC 

Economic Development 46,569 

Edam Performing Arts Society 

Tourism 19,000 

Edco Health Care Inc 

Health 213,912 

Ede&LEde, L 

Social Services 28,725 

Edenridge Day Care Centre 

Social Services 90,889 

Edgehill Manor 

Social Services 264,983 

Ediths Day Care 

Social Services 1 0,692 

Edka Investco Inc 

Social Services 1 8,432 

Education Technology Centre 

Advanced Education 1 20,000 

Education 1,652,500 

Educational Media Producers & Distributors of 

Canada 

Education 225,000 

Edwards & V Edwards, J 

Social Services 1 4,840 

Edwards & W Edwards, J 

Social Services 117,168 

Edwards, Sharon 

Health 5,377 

Social Services 7,679 

Edwin, Lorna 

Social Services 24,086 

Effective Education School & Tutoring Association 

Education 9,657 

Government Services 480 

Eglen, Carol 

Social Services 71 ,430 

Egli, B 

Health 18,854 

Ehattesaht Indian Band 

Attorney General 40,000 

Eirikson, Paul Norman, Dr 

Health 54,623 

Health 4,474 

Ekelund, Judith L 

Health 13,265 

Social Services 15,116 

Ekins, R 

Social Services 63,01 4 


I 73 

Total 

$ 

66,011 

18,135 

397,748 

26,766 

14,962 

29,473 

29,214 

20,029 

10,931 

59,080 

1,643,944 

25.000 

46,569 

19.000 
213,912 

28,725 

90,889 

264,983 

10,692 

18,432 

1,772,500 

225,000 
14,840 
1 17,168 
13,056 

24,086 

10,137 

71,430 

18,854 

40.000 
59,097 

28,381 

63,014 


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I 74 


Elaine's Family Daycare 

Social Services 

Elechko, J 

Social Services 

Elford, L 

Social Services 

Elizabeth Rest Home 

Health 

Elk Valley Home Support Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Elkford & District Diagnostic & Treatment Centre 

Society 

Health 

Elkford Public Library Association 

Municipal Affairs. 

Elkford Women's Task Force Society 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Elkroy Benevolent Society 

Social Services 

Elks Purple Cross Fund, The 

Health 

Social Services 

Elliott, S 

Social Services 

Ellis, OF, Dr 

Health 

Ellison, Pat 

Social Services 

Elp-End Legislated Poverty Society 

Social Services 

Elrod, C . 

Social Services 

Elsdon, I 

Social Services 

Elterman, M F, Dr 

Attorney General r 

Health 

Social Services 

Emery & Dana Emery, Roland 

Social Services 

Emily Carr College of Art & Design 

Advanced Education 

Tourism 

Women's Equality 

Emmanuel Christian Preschool 

Social Services 

Emmanuel Pentacostal Church of B C 

Education 

Emmas 

Social Services 

Employee Share Ownership & Investment Associ- 
ation . 

Economic Development 

Employment & Training Initiatives 

Advanced Education 

Encounters With Canada 

Education 

Enderby & District Chamber of Commerce 

Economic Development 

Government Services 

Tourism 

Enderby & District Homemakers Society 

Health 

Enderby Evangelical Chapel 

Education 

End icott Centre 

Health 

Social Services 

Eneinas, S 

Health 

England & Associates, G D M 

Attorney General 

Health 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


12,332 

England, R 


21,165 

12,332 


Health 

21,165 



15,856 

England, R 


16,324 

15,856 


Health 

16,324 



58,274 

English Manor Rest Home (1 978) 


116,585 

58,274 


Social Services 

116,585 



54,162 

English, Pamela 


23,763 

54,162 


Social Services 

23,763 



308,382 

Ennis, J 


12,911 

233,718 


Social Services 

12,911 


74,664 


Enowkin Centre 


1 5,000 



Tourism 

15,000 



503,064 

Envirotire Recycling Inc 


526,529 

503,064 


Environment 

526,529 



10,156 

Epicenter Resources Inc 


38,980 

10,156 


Social Services 

38,980 



28,300 

Eq ua 1 ization G rant Payments 


23,783,743 

19,200 


Advanced Education 

23,783,743 


9,100 


Erickson, Lee-Ann 


14,746 


44,979 

Social Services 

14,224 


44,979 


Women's Equality 

522 



607,620 

Erikson, Irene 


17,206 

545,620 


Social Services 

17,206 


62,000 


Eros, C 


22,481 


15,108 

Social Services 

22,481 


15,108 


Erskine, H 


16,593 


73,220 

Social Services 

16,593 


73,220 


Ervington, Steve 


10,720 


20,797 

Health 

10,720 


20,797 


Erwin Family Daycare 


19,303 


1 80,000 

Social Services 

19,303 


1 80,000 


Escott, R 


131,602 


31,745 

Social Services 

131,602 


31,745 


Esquimalt Neighbourhood House Society 


279,503 


40,143 

Health 

35,740 


40,143 


Social Services 

243,763 



66,299 

Esquimalt Parks & Recreation Commission 


43,544 

49,377 


Social Services 

43,544 


12,735 


Essak, Z, Dr 


16,685 

4,187 


Attorney General 

16,577 



39,869 

Social Services 

108 


39,869 


Esterreicher, E 


64,288 


9,047,391 

Social Services 

64,288 


9,020,241 


Etches, B 


67,618 

26,650 


Health 

67,618 


500 


Eternity Club, The 


1 1 ,004 


26,445 

Social Services 

11,004 


26,445 


European Building Maintenance 


10,735 


18,747 

Social Services 

10,735 


18,747 


Evan & Company in Trust 


30,000 


184,076 

Aboriginal Affairs 

30,000 


184,076 


Evangelical Education Society 


132,604 



Education 

132,604 



15,000 

Evangelical Free Church of Canada 


26,044 

15,000 


Attorney General 

26,044 



17,535,634 

Evangelical Free Church of Williams Lake 


22,942 

7,535,634 


Education 

22,942 



112,560 

Evans, A 


25,639 

112,560 


Social Services 

25,639 



45,956 

Evans, D J 


95,560 

5,000 


Health 

95,560 


36,370 


Evans, Kate 


22,843 

4,586 


Social Services 

22,843 



346,737 

Evans, S 


25,804 

346,737 


Social Services 

25,804 



310,576 

Everett Rest Home Ltd 


222,812 

310,576 


Health 

185,310 



21,824 

Social Services 

37,502 


20,475 


Evergreen Baptist Care Society 


3,537,214 

1,349 


Health 

3,531,162 



32,850 

Social Services 

6,052 


32,850 


Evergreen Independent School Society 


156,261 


45,851 

Education 

156,261 


42,701 


Evergreen Manor, The 


132,426 

3,150 


Health 

132,426 



Everingham, O 

Social Services 

Everwest Marketi ng Services 

Social Services 

Everywoman's Health Centre 

Health 

Ewen, A 

Social Services 

Ewen, V 

Social Services 

Ewing, V 

Health 

Ewonus, P 

Social Services 

Extendicare Health Services Inc 

Health 

Extra Foods 

Social Services 

Eye Care Optical (Nanaimo) 

Social Services 

Eye Masters Ltd 

Social Services 

Eyeworks by London 

Social Services 

Faasse, H 

Social Services 

Fabbro, N 

Social Services 

Fair Haven United Church Home-Burnaby .... 

Health 

Social Services 

Fair Haven United Church Home-Vancouver. 

Health 

Social Services 

Fairburn, R 

Health 

Fairfield Community Association of Victoria ... 

Social Services 

Fairfield Early Childhood Centre 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Fairfield Homecare Services Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Fairfield Out of School Care 

Social Services 

Fairmont Hot Springs Resort Ltd 

Transportation 

Fairview Management Services Ltd 

Social Services 

Fairway Holdings Ltd 

Social Services 

Falk &P Falk, S 

Social Services 

Falk, E 

Social Services 

Falkland & District Community 

Social Services 

Falkland Historical Society 

Social Services 

False Creek Recreation Association 

Social Services 

False Creek Residence Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Family Caregivers Network Society 

Health 

Family Court Committee-Kitimat 

Government Services 

Family Focus 93 Conference 

Health 

Family Health Centre 

Health 

Family Practice Research Centre 

Health 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


Ministry 

$ 



23,481 

23,481 

35,541 

35,541 

490,000 

490,000 

105,345 

105,345 

15,560 

15,560 

25,712 

25,712 

66,479 

66,479 

1,946,111 

1,946,111 

130,115 

130,115 

25,195 

25,195 

57,323 

57,323 

10,877 

10,877 

27,029 

27,029 

14,023 

14,023 

744,791 

736,523 


8,268 

1,793,111 

1,774,584 


18,527 

22,123 

22,123 

25,470 

25,470 

54,774 

52,174 


2,600 

1,353,705 

1,338,676 


15,029 

30,039 

30,039 

11,500 

11,500 

56,835 

56,835 

32,787 

32,787 

65,840 

65,840 

39,236 

39,236 

20,084 

20,084 

14,843 

14,843 

32,216 

32,216 

888,348 

887,661 


687 

61,686 

61,686 

21,766 

21,766 

1 0,000 

1 0,000 

12,898 

12,898 

20,360 

20,360 



Family Project Society 

Social Services 565,000 

Family Resource Centre of Invermere 

Attorney General 20,000 

Health 15,129 

Social Services 1 1 8,242 

Family Resource Centre Society for the North 

Okanagan 

Health 30,315 

Family Services of Greater Vancouver 

Attorney General 49,500 

Government Services 27,766 

Health 379,227 

Social Services 3,861 ,482 

Family Services Society 

Social Services 11,500 

Family Support Institute 

Health 64,517 

Social Services 33,330 

Family Ties Day Care 

Social Services 1 6,682 

Family Violence Project 

Health 15,050 

Fantasyland Daycare 

Social Services 1 0,831 

Fantillo, Maureen 

Social Services 26,354 

Farmer in the Dell Daycare 

Social Services 1 52,045 

Farnell, J 

Social Services 1 6,798 

Farrell, A 

Social Services 24,542 

Fast, D, Dr 

Health 93,874 

Faulkes, Anne 

Social Services 1 0,053 

Women's Equality 735 

Federated Anti-Poverty Groups of B C 

Social Services 1 5,688 

Federation of B C Naturalists 

Environment 19,482 

Municipal Affairs 6,960 

Federation of B C Writers 

Tourism 27,000 

Federation of Independent School Associa- 
tion 

Education 87,500 

Federation of Mountain Clubs of B C 

Municipal Affairs 52,870 

Social Services 4,502 

Fedor, G, Dr 

Attorney General 152 

Health 20,158 

Social Services 368 

Feeley & E Feeley, P 

Social Services 1 0,467 

Feeley, E 

Social Services 23,221 

Fellburn Hospital 

Social Services 21 ,593 

Fellburn Hospital Day Health Centre 

Health 240,415 

Fellowship of Evangelical Baptist Churches in B C 

& Yukon 

Attorney General 151,983 

Fend Players Society 

Social Services 9,548 

Tourism 7,500 

Fenner, M 

Social Services 49,043 

Fera, T A, Dr 

Health 20,930 

Ferber, H, Dr 

Attorney General 1 7,849 


I 75 

Total 

$ 

565,000 

153,371 

30,315 

4,317,975 

11.500 
97,847 

16,682 

15,050 

10,831 

26,354 

152,045 

16,798 

24,542 

93,874 

10,788 

15,688 

26,442 

27,000 

87.500 
57,372 

20,678 

10,467 

23,221 

21,593 

240,415 

151,983 
1 7,048 

49,043 

20,930 

17,849 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 76 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

Ference Weicker & Co 79,800 

Advanced Education 79,800 

Ferguson, M B, Dr 10,575 

Health 10,575 

Fernie & District Home Support Society 514,533 

Attorney General 6,488 

Health 329,825 

Social Services 1 78,220 

Fernie Chamber of Commerce 24,465 

Economic Development 16,688 

Tourism 7,777 

Fernie District Hospital Society 3,976,492 

Health 3,976,492 

Fernie Golf & Country Club 15,882 

Government Services 1 5,882 

Fernie Public Library Association 23,833 

Municipal Affairs 23,833 

Fernie Womens Resource Centre 1 05, 1 55 

Health 37,530 

Women's Equality 67,625 

Fernwood Community Centre Society 1 60,880 

Health 1,000 

Social Services 1 59,880 

Fernwood Home Support Services 1 ,460,850 

Health 1,418,324 

Social Services 42,526 

Fernwood House Society 278,528 

Social Services 278,528 

Ferworn,T 23,394 

Social Services 23,394 

Fesser, Doris 11,506 

Social Services 1 1 ,506 

Festival Concert Society 234,000 

Education 25,000 

Tourism 209,000 

Festival of Forestry Society 1 0,000 

Forests 10,000 

Festival of the Written Arts 26,000 

Tourism 26,000 

Feuz Consulting Ltd 21,125 

Health 20,000 

Social Services 1,125 

Fidler, Glen 17,654 

Social Services 1 7,654 

Field Hockey B C 73,955 

Municipal Affairs 73,955 

Field Recreation/Advisory Association 1 87,866 

Government Services 1 87,866 

Fields Stores Ltd 25,648 

Social Services 25,648 

Fike, SD, Dr 15,212 

Health 15,122 

Social Services 90 

Filberg Lodge & Park Association 1 0,81 1 

Government Services 5,164 

Social Services 5,647 

Filion, Johanne 23,344 

Social Services 23,344 

Fineday Family Shelter Society, Vi 320,01 4 

Social Services 320,01 4 

Fink, E 34,754 

Social Services 34,754 

Finlay, R 11,626 

Social Services 11 ,626 

Finlayson, Linda 14,311 

Health 14,311 

Finnish Canadian Rest Home 951,915 

Health 922,207 

Social Services 29,708 

Finnish Canadian Rest Home-Finnish Manor 1 ,525,853 

Health 1,517,458 

Social Services 8,395 

Fir Park Village Adult Day Care 1 57,759 

Health 157,759 

Fir Park Village Residents Society 1 ,654,403 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

Health 1,632,601 

Social Services 21 ,802 

Firehall Theatre Society 116,500 

Government Services 75,000 

Tourism 41,500 

Fireweed Holdings Ltd 16,198 

Attorney General 16,198 

First Christian Reformed Church of Langley 1 0,000 

Women's Equality 10,000 

First Citizen's Fund 79,242 

Aboriginal Affairs 79,242 

First Citizens Fund Loan Liabilities 1,787,289 

Aboriginal Affairs 1,787,289 

First Memorial Funeral Services 23,110 

Social Services 23,110 

First Nations Congress 11,596 

Health 11,596 

First Nations Family & Child Careworkers Society 25,000 

Social Services 25,000 

First Nations House of Learning 25,000 

Aboriginal Affairs 10,000 

Education 15,000 

First Nations SummitTask Group 95,000 

Aboriginal Affairs 95,000 

First Peoples Heritage Language & Culture 

Council 1,551,472 

Aboriginal Affairs 1 ,551 ,472 

First Presbyterian Church 46,347 

Health 46,347 

First Seniors Resources & Research Society 66,420 

Health 66,420 

First United Church 1 0,260 

Social Services 1 0,260 

First Vancouver Theatre Space Society 35,000 

Tourism 35,000 

Fischer & F Fischer, C 14,135 

Social Services 14,135 

Fischer, C 15,717 

Social Services 15,717 

Fischer, D 30,391 

Social Services 30,391 

Fischer, Kathi 16,429 

Social Services 1 6,429 

Fischmann, Ellen M 38,894 

Social Services 38,894 

Fish & Duck Pub 10,769 

Social Services 1 0,769 

Fisher, Kimberly G 12,377 

Health 12,377 

Fisher, P, Dr 35,181 

Health 35,181 

Fisheries Council of BC.. 23,000 

Agriculture 23,000 

Fishley, A 23,257 

Social Services 23,257 

Fitz, Helmut 121,561 

Health 121,561 

Flame Heat Fireplace Stove Corp 1 7,783 

Social Services 1 7,783 

Fleck Bros 31,506 

Social Services 31 ,506 

Fleming & G Fleming, D 28,246 

Social Services 28,246 

Fleming Rest Home 543,397 

Health 523,572 

Social Services 1 9,825 

Fletcher Park Seniors Resource Center Soci- 
ety 15,266 

Health 15,266 

Fletcher, C 47,282 

Social Services 47,282 

Flichel, S 22,957 

Social Services 22,957 

Flitton, FWG 32,850 

Health 32,850 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


Flores, J 

Social Services 

Floyd, J 

Attorney General 

Floyd, Linda 

Social Services 

F I utterby Day kare/Preschool 

Social Services 

Focus Foundation of B C 

Attorney General 

Government Services 

Fogarty, Rose-Marie 

Social Services 

Fokuhl, C 

Social Services 

Follower Boarding Home 

Social Services 

Fontaine, Lorraine 

Social Services 

For Kids Only 

Social Services 

Forbes, E 

Attorney General 

Ford Laboratories 

Health 

Social Services 

Ford, E 

Social Services 

Foreman, M 

Health 

Forenco Consulting Ltd 

Health 

Forensic Psychiatric Institute 

Social Services 

Forest Grove & District Recreation Society 

Social Services : 

Forest Summit Conference 1992 

Forests 

Forest, Bonnie, L 

Social Services 

Forester, Joyce 

Social Services 

Forintek Canada Corp 

Forests 

Forsley, J 

Social Services 

Forster Food Services 1 992 Ltd 

Attorney General 

Forsyth, Betty 

Social Services 

Fort Alcohol & Drug Society 

Health 

Fort Langley & District Chamber of Commerce... 

Economic Development 

Social Services 

Tourism 

Fort Nelson Chamber of Commerce 

Economic Development 

Government Services 

Fort Nelson General Hospital 

Attorney General 

Health 

Social Services 

Fort Nelson Hospital Society 

Health 

Fort Nelson Liard Native Friendship Society 

Aboriginal Affairs 

Health 

Social Services 

Fort Nelson Mens Hostel 

Social Services 

Fort Nelson Public Library Association 

Municipal Affairs 

Fort Nelson Womens Resource Society 

Social Services 


I 77 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


165,498 

Women's Equality 

50,575 


165,498 


Fort St James CARES 


205,250 


20,188 

Health 

172,506 


20,188 


Social Services 

32,744 



15,010 

Fort St James Group Home 


18,029 

15,010 


Social Services 

18,029 



10,688 

Fort St James Volunteer Fire Department Associa- 



10,688 


tion 


83,238 


456,612 

Government Services 

83,238 


452,061 


Fort St John & District Chamber of Commerce.... 


18,170 

4,551 


Economic Development 

8,000 



57,505 

Tourism 

10,170 


57,505 


Fort St John & District Hospital Society 


8,804,317 


134,864 

Health 

8,804,317 


134,864 


Fort St John Association for Community Liv- 




145,363 

ing 


1,169,523 

145,363 


Health 

242,946 



11,783 

Social Services 

926,577 


11,783 


Fort St John Co-Operative Association 


19,570 


11,505 

Social Services 

19,570 


11,505 


Fort St John Friendship Society 


116,358 


15,427 

Aboriginal Affairs 

30,000 


15,427 


Health 

56,329 



49,675 

Social Services 

30,029 


7,238 


Fort St John General Hospital 


195,894 

42,437 


Health 

195,791 



32,037 

Social Services 

103 


32,037 


Fort St John Gospel Tabernacle 


359,410 


65,027 

Education 

359,410 


65,027 


Fort St John Public Library Association 


36,929 


36,670 

Municipal Affairs 

36,929 


36,670 


Fort St John Womens Resource Centre 


63,452 


93,397 

Women's Equality 

63,452 


93,397 


Fort Ware Indian Band 


38,987 


56,706 

Aboriginal Affairs 

30,000 


56,706 


Social Services 

987 



45,000 

Women's Equality 

8,000 


45,000 


Fortin, M 


21,010 


14,385 

Social Services ■ 

21,010 


14,385 


Forum for Planning Action 


15,500 


28,455 

Health 

7,500 


28,455 


Women's Equality 

8,000 



1,950,000 

Foster & J Foster, B 


66,581 

1 ,950,000 


Social Services 

66,581 



23,678 

Foster Home Program & Child-In-Care 


33,597,417 

23,678 


Social Services ...’. 

33,597,417 



546,762 

Foster Shoe Corp Ltd 


18,572 

546,762 


Social Services 

18,572 



18,241 

Foster, G 


94,995 

18,241 


Social Services 

94,995 



223,603 

Foster, J 


19,087 

223,603 


Social Services 

19,087 



44,797 

Foul Bay Lodge 


184,214 

13,000 


Health 

143,284 


22,122 


Social Services 

40,930 


9,675 


Four All Seasons Management Ltd 


474,004 


27,113 

Health 

474,004 


1 3,000 


Fournier, Andrew 


52,707 

14,113 


Social Services 

52,707 



127,537 

Fournier, G 


15,500 

9,778 


Social Services 

15,500 


19,521 


Foursquare Gospel Church of Canada 


73,858 

98,238 


Attorney General 

51,945 



2,592,828 

Education 

19,928 


2,592,828 


Women's Equality 

1,985 



126,332 

Fourth Eating Disorder Symposium 1993 


10,000 

50,000 


Health 

10,000 


55,759 


Fowler, K 


10,226 

20,573 


Social Services 

10,226 



16,092 

Fox, H 


55,826 

16,092 


Social Services 

55,826 



14,761 

Foyer Maillard 


496,143 

14,761 


Health 

496,143 



111,238 

Franciscan Sisters Day Care 


32,917 

60,663 


Social Services 

32,917 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 78 


Frank, H 

Social Services 

Frank, V 

Social Services 

Franklin Community School Association 

Education 

Social Services 

Fraser & T Fraser, D 

Social Services 

Fraser Academy Association 

Education 

Fraser Canyon Hospital 

Attorney General 

Health 

Social Services 

Fraser Canyon Hospital Association 

Health 

Fraser Canyon Television Association 

Economic Development 

Fraser Cheam Home Support Services Soci- 
ety 

Health 

Social Services 

Fraser House 

Health 

Social Services 

Fraser House Society 

Health 

Fraser Lake & District Health Society 

Health 

Fraser Lake Community Society & Crisis Line 

Health 

Fraser River Harbour Commission 

Environment 

Fraser South Counselling Group 

Health 

Fraser Specialized Residential Services Ltd 

Social Services 

Fraser Valley Child Development Preschool 

Social Services 

Fraser Valley Egg Producers Association 

Agriculture 

Fraser Valley Family Violence Services Soci- 
ety 

Attorney General 

Women's Equality 

Fraser Valley Regional Library 

Municipal Affairs 

Fraser Valley Society for Children With Learning 

Disabilities 

Education 

Fraser Valley University Society 

Social Services 

Fraser Valley Vision Care 

Social Services : 

Fraser, D 

Social Services 

Fraser, J 

Social Services 

Fraser, Leslie 

Social Services 

Fraser-Burrard Hospital Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Fraser-Cheam Regional Hospital District 

Health 

Fraser-Fort George Museum Society 

Advanced Education 

Government Services 

Tourism 

Fraser-Fort George Regional Hospital Dis- 
trict 

Health 

Fraser-Pacific College Inc 

Social Services 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


18,150 

Fraserside Community Services Society 


2,176,073 

18,150 


Health 

983,428 



37,555 

Social Services 

1,192,645 


37,555 


Fraserview Intermediate Care Lodge Co Ltd 


1,597,177 


61,587 

Health 

1,597,177 


500 


Fraternal Order of Eagles 


34,966 

61,087 


Government Services 

34,966 



22,333 

Fratricor Consulting 


11,110 

22,333 


Social Services 

11,110 



255,339 

Frayling, Leona 


86,537 

255,339 


Social Services 

86,537 



360,596 

Frederick, Karyl 


11,243 

42 


Social Services 

11,243 


357,900 


Free Methodist Daycare 


59,537 

2,654 


Social Services 

59,537 



4,291,248 

Fremlin Emergency Home Co Ltd 


225,298 

4,291,248 


Social Services 

225,298 



100,000 

French Language Programs 


378,520 

100,000 


Education 

378,520 




French, E, Dr 


19,318 


2,257,467 

Health 

19,318 


2,151,034 


Fricker, M 


28,676 

106,433 


Social Services 

28,676 



96,506 

Friedenberg, N, Dr 


11,949 

43,087 


Attorney General 

1 1 ,949 


53,419 


Friedrich & K Muxlow, D 


51,271 


215,559 

Social Services 

51,271 


215,559 


Friendly Bear Daycare (Surrey) 


1 3,840 


405,527 

Social Services 

1 3,840 


405,527 


Friendly Giant Daycare Centre Ltd 


26,103 


37,670 

Social Services 

15,671 


37,670 


Women's Equality 

10,432 



200,066 

Friends of Barkerville-Cariboo Goldfields Histor- 



200,066 


ical Society 


1 5,000 


62,564 

Tourism 

1 5,000 


62,564 


Friends of Cortes Island 


16,595 


254,022 

Environment 

16,595 


254,022 


Friends of Music Society 


82,900 


23,438 

Health 

82,900 


23,438 


Friends of the Royal B C Museum 


88,647 


131,294 

Advanced Education 

1 5,000 


131,294 


Education 

70,000 




Social Services 

3,647 



72,418 

Friends of the Summerland Research Station 



63,718 


Gardens Society 


62,818 

8,700 


Social Services 

62,818 



1,486,422 

Friendship House Association of Prince Rupert ... 


222,968 

1,486,422 


Aboriginal Affairs 

30,000 




Attorney General 

1 1 ,000 



121,806 

Health 

32,000 


121,806 


Social Services 

149,968 



14,807 

Friendship House Hostel 


66,095 

1 4,807 


Social Services 

66,095 



1 1 ,606 

Friendship House Nursery School 


35,495 

1 1 ,606 


Social Services 

35,495 



12,356 

Friendship Lodge Society of Port Alberni 


84,183 

12,356 


Social Services 

84,183 



27,831 

Friesen, D 


41,228 

27,831 


Health 

213 



16,852 

Social Services 

41,015 


16,852 


Friesen, W H, Dr 


75,307 


134,517,774 

Health 

75,307 


134,475,163 


Friskie & William Friske, Lori 


47,654 

42,611 


Social Services 

47,654 



293,453 

Friskie, G 


22,500 

293,453 


Social Services 

22,500 



35,250 

Froese, L 


491,815 

24,000 


Attorney General 

47,218 


2,500 


Social Services 

444,597 


8,750 


Frog Hollow Neighbourhood House 


59,933 



Social Services 

59,933 



99,657 

Frost, B 


38,118 

99,657 


Social Services 

38,118 



23,910 

Fruitvale Christian Fellowship 


22,581 

23,910 


Education 

22,581 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


Fry Society of Greater Vancouver, Elizabeth 

Attorney General 

Health 

Social Services 

Frye, C R, Dr 

Health 

Frye, J C, Dr 

Health 

Fuder, P 

Social Services 

Fugel & Theresa Fugel, Tom 

Social Services 

Full Gospel Assembly of Williams Lake 

Education 

Full Gospel Christian Fellowship of Prince George. 

Education 

Fuller, M 

Social Services 

Fuller, Peter W, Dr 

Attorney General 

Health 

Fullerton, W 

Health 

Fulton Centre, Margaret 

Health 

Fun Care Inc 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Fun Time Day Care 

Social Services 

Funks Supermarket Ltd 

Social Services 

Funshine Daycare 

Social Services 

Funshine Daycare Center 

Social Services 

Funtastic Sports Society 

Government Services 

Fur Institute of Canada 

Environment 

Fus, N 

Social Services 

Future Business Centre 

Social Services 

Future Generation Products Ltd 

Environment 

Social Services 

Futurekids Daycare Centre 

Social Services 

Gabas & A Gabas, R 

Social Services 

Gabas, R 

Health 

Gabel, D 

Social Services 

Gabriola Home Support Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Gabriola Island Recycling Organization 

Environment 

Government Services 

Gadd, K 

Social Services 

Gae Wun Enterprises Inc 

Health 

Gaete, Patricia G 

Social Services 

Gagne, A, Dr 

Health 

Gailloux, R 

Social Services 

Gaiser, M 

Social Services 

Gala-Van Catering Services Ltd 

Social Services 


I 79 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


1,750,356 

Galay, K 


29,454 

1,112,801 


Social Services 

29,454 


252,868 


Galbraith, C, Dr 


30,035 

384,687 


Health 

30,035 



35,402 

Gale, D 


21,671 

35,402 


Social Services 

21,671 



41,708 

GalianoClub, The 


10,000 

41,708 


Environment 

10,000 



17,383 

Gallacher, Rosina 


28,244 

17,383 


Social Services 

28,244 



33,794 

Gall is, Dave 


28,651 

33,794 


Social Services 

28,651 



10,027 

Ganges Educational Society 


135,276 

10,027 


Education 

135,276 



230,038 

Garba, G 


32,045 

230,038 


Social Services 

.32,045 



44,726 

Gardell & Associates Consultant Ltd 


143,069 

44,726 


Attorney General 

38,550 



63,832 

Health 

104,089 


4,320 


Social Services 

430 


59,512 


Gardiner, C 


17,201 


84,394 

Social Services 

17,201 


84,394 


Gardner Manor 


• 74,365 


20,000 

Social Services 

74,365 


20,000 


Gardner, Eva Rose 


24,044 


13,609 

Health 

15,649 


4,836 


Social Services 

8,395 


8,773 


Gardner, W, Dr 


101,892 


18,818 

Health 

101,892 


18,818 


Gardner, Y 


215,181 


10,413 

Social Services 

215,181 


10,413 


Gardom Lake Rest Home 


136,100 


23,349 

Health 

136,100 


23,349 


Garenkooper, M 


30,149 


76,451 

Social Services 

30,149 


76,451 


Garrett, Sherie 


28,036 


27,715 

Attorney General 

27,238 


27,715 


Women's Equality 

798 



31,400 

Garthe, Gunter 


47,903 

31,400 


Social Services 

47,903 



12,652 

Garvin, C 


19,463 

12,652 


Social Services 

19,463 



19,116 

Gatehouse Montessori School Society, The 


24,61 1 

19,116 


Education 

24,611 



1,044,713 

Gateway Preschool Ltd 


19,537 

1,027,502 


Social Services 

19,537 


17,211 


Gateway Society-Services for Persons With Au- 




64,286 

tism 


2,373,317 

64,286 


Government Services 

54,445 



131,488 

Social Services 

2,318,872 


131,488 


Gaumont Residence 


227,382 


10,060 

Health 

171,843 


1 0,060 


Social Services 

55,539 



1 8,483 

Gaumont, D G 


13,636 

18,483 


Social Services 

13,636 



230,402 

Gauthier, M 


17,538 

227,562 


Social Services 

17,538 


2,840 


Geary & J McKinney, M 


110,506 


30,959 

Social Services 

110,506 


28,529 


Geddes Skelding, Pam 


708,453 

2,430 


Social Services 

708,453 



48,952 

Geer, C 


13,826 

48,952 


Social Services 

13,826 



460,099 

Gehlen & R Gehlen, R 


13,606 

460,099 


Health 

1 3,606 



47,052 

Gehring, Robin 


22,845 

47,052 


Social Services 

22,845 



54,805 

Gehringer Brothers Estate Winery 


248,308 

54,805 


Agriculture 

248,308 



15,837 

Gelowitz, Sanda Lynn 


23,743 

15,837 


Social Services 

23,743 



16,200 

Gemmell, 1 


18,775 

16,200 


Social Services 

18,775 



11,459 

Generation II Orthotics Inc 


29,685 

11,459 


Social Services 

29,685 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 80 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


Ministry 

$ 


Gennrich, Beatrice 40,995 

Social Services 40,995 

Gent, Phyllis 23,115 

Social Services 23,115 

George M Dawson Daycare 1 3,029 

Social Services 1 3,029 

Gerhardts Family Day Care, Debbie 23,1 94 

Social Services 23,1 94 

Gerlopa A Family Service Inc 1 1 2,565 

Social Services 112,565 

German Canadian Benevolent Society 

Home 3,690,911 

Health 3,690,911 

Gerritsen & P Gerritsen, J 78,946 

Social Services 78,946 

Gerritsen, P 35,450 

Social Services 35,450 

Gerry, Deane, Dr 11,098 

Social Services 1 1 ,098 

Getz &R Getz, C 13,022 

Social Services 1 3,022 

Ghaed, M A, Dr 17,847 

Health 17,677 

Social Services 1 70 

Giant Steps West Therapeutic Society 31 3,869 

Social Services 31 3,869 

Gibb, L 34,278 

Social Services 34,278 

Gibb, W J 413,111 

Attorney General 49,293 

Social Services 363,818 

Gibson, E 11,685 

Social Services 11 ,685 

Gibson, R 223,760 

Social Services 223,760 

Gibson, Rick 38,377 

Social Services 38,377 

Gibsons & District Chamber of Commerce 25,160 

Economic Development 13,000 

Tourism 12,160 

Gibsons Public Library Association 1 2,586 

Municipal Affairs 12,586 

Gibsons Yacht Club 49,421 

Government Services 49,421 

Giesbrecht, H 13,117 

Social Services 13,117 

Giesbrecht, K 1 7,428 

Social Services 1 7,428 

Gildroy, Jean 10,223 

Social Services 1 0,223 

Giles, M 14,904 

Social Services 1 4,904 

Giles, Marilyn 16,665 

Social Services 1 6,665 

Gilks, Steven P 32,697 

Social Services 32,697 

Gill, S 49,990 

Social Services 49,990 

Gillespie, W 23,547 

Social Services 23,547 

Gillis, T 15,600 

Social Services 1 5,600 

Gillstrom, Brenda 10,835 

Health 10,835 

Gingell, C 54,363 

Health 54,363 

Gingerbread House Daycare 33,779 

Social Services 33,779 

Gingras, Francine 11,947 

Social Services 1 1 ,947 

Ginter, S 21,841 

Health 9,245 

Social Services 12,596 

Girl Guides of Canada-B C Council 1 7,500 

Government Services 1 7,500 


Girling Prosthetics Clinic Ltd 

Health 36,377 

Gitanmaax Elders Society 

Social Services 1 1 7,2 1 0 

Gitksan-Wet'Suwet'En Education Society 

Aboriginal Affairs 5,000 

Attorney General 92,760 

Social Services 70,004 

Women's Equality 29,920 

Gitlakdamix Development Corp 

Economic Development 1 1 ,800 

Gitwangak Band Council 

Aboriginal Affairs 250 

Attorney General 69 

Economic Development 4,500 

Government Services 81 ,533 

Glacier View Lodge 

Health 2,647,496 

Glacier View Lodge Adult Day Care 

Health 102,566 

Glackman, William, Dr 

Health 39,986 

Glad Tidings Fellowship-Chilliwack 

Education 529,271 

Gladwin Child Care Centre 

Social Services 48,119 

Women's Equality 4,376 

Glen Brae Private Hospital (1 974) Ltd 

Health 289,976 

Social Services 5,582 

Glen Eden School Society 

Education 178,625 

Glen Hospital Inc 

Health 2,632,564 

Social Services 64,176 

Glenayre Learning Centre (1 987) Ltd 

Social Services 372,660 

Glendale Lodge Society 

Health 12,431,742 

Social Services 157,243 

Glenhaven Memorial Chapel Ltd 

Social Services 1 78,622 

Glenlyon-Norfolk School Society 

Education 1,304,049 

Glenwood Family Day Care 

Social Services 13,592 

Glenwood Place Society 

Health 13,966 

Goal Getters Inc 

Social Services 1 8,670 

Gobas, Frank A P C, Dr 

Environment 25,475 

Goddard Daycare Services, Barbara 

Social Services 11 ,523 

Goddard, B 

Social Services 16,981 

Goddard, V 

Social Services 1 0,776 

Godfrey, J 

Social Services 38,446 

Godfrey, T K 

Social Services 40,249 

Goglin & T Goglin, M 

Social Services 1 0,236 

Goglin, T 

Social Services 1 7,205 

Gold Bridge Community Club 

Government Services 23,868 

Gold Country Communities Society 

Economic Development 30,000 

Health 26,200 

Gold River Health Clinic 

Health 30,000 

Gold River Health Clinic Society 

Health 435,692 


Total 

$ 

36,377 

117,210 

197,684 

1 1 ,800 
86,352 

2,647,496 

102,566 

39,986 

529,271 

52,495 

295,558 

178,625 

2,696,740 

372,660 

12,588,985 

178,622 
1,304,049 
13,592 
1 3,966 
18,670 
25,475 
11,523 
16,981 
10,776 
38,446 
40,249 
10,236 
1 7,205 
23,868 
56,200 

30,000 

435,692 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


Gold River Rod & Gun Club 

Government Services 

Golden & District Chamber of Commerce 

Economic Development 

Tourism 

Golden & District Health Care Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Golden & District Historical Society 

Social Services 

Golden & District Home Support Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Golden Child Care Society 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Golden Community Resources Society 

Attorney General 

Health 

Social Services 

Golden Ears Retirement Centre, The 

Health 

Golden Family Center Society 

Attorney General 

Health 

Social Services 

Golden Women's Centre Society 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Goldsbury, L 

Social Services 

Goldstein, J 

Social Services 

Good Shepherd 

Social Services 

Good Shepherd Daycare & Out-of-School 

Social Services 

Goodtimes Daycare 

Social Services 

Goodwin, C 

Social Services 

Goranson, David, Dr 

Health 

Gordon Head Fastball Club 

Government Services 

Gordon House 

Health 

Gordon Neighbourhood House 

Social Services 

Gordon, K 

Social Services 

Gordon, Monique 

Social Services 

Goresky, W V, Dr 

Health 

Goshen Consultants Inc 

Social Services 

Gospel Chapel, The 

Education 

Gosselin, R 

Social Services 

Gottwald Burge & Johannes 

Social Services 

Gougeon, S 

Social Services 

Governing Council of the Salvation Army in Canada 

Social Services 

Gower & Philip Gower, Susan 

Social Services 

Gower, S 

Social Services 

Goyert, PR 

Attorney General 

Grabowy, Chris 

Social Services 


I 81 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


32,278 

Grace Evangelical Lutheran Church 


77,104 

32,278 


Education 

77,104 



25,485 

Grace Lutheran Community Care 


34,878 

13,000 


Social Services 

34,878 


12,485 


Grade A Steak & Seafood Restaurant 


14,813 


3,500,697 

Social Services 

14,813 


3,484,702 


Grady, P 


54,485 

15,995 


Social Services 

54,485 



35,871 

Graham & L Graham, D 


24,693 

35,871 


Social Services 

24,693 



165,581 

Graham & L Ziemer, C 


18,188 

150,647 


Social Services 

18,188 


14,934 


Graham, EM 


45,696 


145,399 

Social Services 

45,696 


131,630 


Graham, J 


1 2,405 

13,769 


Social Services 

12,405 



138,419 

Grail Associates 


19,430 

2,400 


Social Services 

19,430 


24,285 


Grand Forks & District Society for the Handi- 



111,734 


capped 


657,136 


1,260,293 

Health 

3,620 


1,260,293 


Social Services 

653,516 



269,872 

Grand Forks Art Gallery 


13,500 

29,688 


Tourism 

13,500 


69,211 


Grand Forks Public Library Association 


20,880 

170,973 


Municipal Affairs 

20,880 



73,703 

Grand Forks Slavonic Senior Citizens 


10,350 

24,328 


Government Services 

10,350 


49,375 


Grand Street Lodge 


13,494 


78,775 

Social Services 

13,494 


78,775 


Grand-Vu Lodge Ltd 


907,697 


12,870 

Health 

907,697 


12,870 


Grandma Smith's Daycare 


12,924 


10,017 

Social Services 

12,924 


10,017 


Grandview Care Home Inc 


438,411 


34,585 

Health 

395,258 


34,585 


Social Services 

43,153 



18,105 

Grandview Manor 


550,513 

18,105 


Health 

390,402 



10,713 

Social Services 

160,111 


10,713 


Grandview Prescriptions 


10,741 


28,926 

Social Services 

10,741 


28,926 


Grandview Terrace Childcare Center 


201,103 


26,150 

Social Services 

198,520 


26,150 


Women's Equality 

2,583 



85,577 

Granisle Community Health Centre 


239,904 

85,577 


Health 

239,904 



10,019 

Granisle Growth Society 


126,876 

10,019 


Social Services 

126,876 



44,376 

Granisle Lions Beach Park Society 


43,333 

44,376 


Government Services 

43,333 



18,593 

Granny Ys 


65,356 

18,593 


Social Services 

65,356 



145,054 

Grant, K 


11,130 

145,054 


Social Services 

11,130 



204,118 

Grant, S 


73,260 

204,118 


Social Services 

73,260 



211,462 

Granville Day Care Centre 


13,999 

211,462 


Social Services 

13,999 



93,499 

Granville Enterprises 


30,000 

93,499 


Advanced Education 

30,000 



36,292 

Granville Mall Optical Co Ltd 


22,990 

36,292 


Social Services 

22,990 



48,792 

Grass, B 


32,428 

48,792 


Social Services 

32,428 



195,137 

Grav, E F 


29,996 

195,137 


Health 

29,996 



28,498 

Graves, Judy 


12,707 

28,498 


Health 

12,707 



14,748 

Gray Monk Cellars Ltd 


330,300 

14,748 


Agriculture 

330,300 



17,110 

Gray, D 


35,387 

17,110 


Social Services 

35,387 



14,715 

Gray, Fern 


14,356 

14,715 


Social Services 

14,356 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 82 


Gray, M 

Social Services 

Great West Graphics Inc 

Social Services 

Greater Coquitlam Volunteer Centre Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Greater Kamloops Chamber of Commerce 

Economic Development 

Tourism 

Greater Nanaimo Chamber of Commerce 

Economic Development 

Greater Nanaimo Water District 

Municipal Affairs 

Greater Prince George Visitors & Convention 

Bureau 

Tourism 

Greater Vancouver Association for the Deaf 

Social Services 

Greater Vancouver Convention & Tourism 

Marketing Association 

Tourism 

Greater Vancouver Employment Strategy Society 

Social Services 

Greater Vancouver Home Support Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Greater Vancouver International Film Festival So- 

,ciety 

Tourism 

Greater Vancouver Library Federation 

Municipal Affairs 

Greater Vancouver Mediation Services 

Social Services 

Greater Vancouver Mental Health Service Society. 

Advanced Education 

Health 

Social Services 

Greater Vancouver Regional District & District of 

Maple Ridge 

Environment 

Greater Vancouver Sewer & Drainage District .... 

Municipal Affairs 

Greater Vancouver Water District 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Greater Vernon Adult Care Association 

Health 

Greater Vernon Visitors & Convention Bureau .... 

Social Services 

Tourism 

Greater Victoria Adult Day Care Centre Society .. 

Health 

Greater Victoria Chamber of Commerce 

Economic Development 

Greater Victoria Child & Family Counselling As- 
sociation 

Social Services 

Greater Victoria Citizens Advocacy 

Social Services 

Greater Victoria Citizens Counselling 

Health 

Greater Victoria Drug & Alcohol Counselling 

Rehabilitation Society 

Health 

Greater Victoria Economic Development Com- 
mission 

Economic Development 

Greater Victoria Hospital Society 

Attorney General 

Health 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Greater Victoria Hospital Society-Geriatric A & T 
Health 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


18,175 

Greater Victoria Hospital Society-Intermediate Care 


2,415,495 

18,175 


Health 

2,415,495 



12,238 

Greater Victoria Hospital Society-Prosthetic & 



12,238 


Orthotic Services 


36,843 


73,295 

Health 

36,843 


27,501 


Greater Victoria Public Library 


405,825 

45,794 


Municipal Affairs 

405,825 



35,197 

Greater Victoria Victim Services Society 


55,000 

13,000 


Attorney General 

55,000 


22,197 


Greater Victoria Volunteer Society 


36,622 


1 3,000 

Social Services 

36,622 


13,000 


Greater Victoria Women's Shelter Society 


16,429 


21,754 

Women's Equality 

16,429 


21,754 


Green & E Craik, C 


92,198 



Social Services 

92,198 



26,969 

Green & G Green, D 


71,950 

26,969 


Social Services 

71,950 



38,982 

Green & L Green, R 


69,777 

38,982 


Social Services 

69,777 




Green & Sandra Green, Kevin 


15,649 


89,801 

Health 

15,649 


89,801 


Green Family Daycare 


28,455 


249,200 

Social Services 

28,455 


249,200 


Green Memorial Home Society, F W, Dr 


1,224,053 


6,127,876 

Health ■ 

1,207,170 


3,706,184 


Social Services 

16,883 


2,421,692 


Green Thumb Theatre for Young People 


132,075 



Education 

1 2,000 



93,000 

Health 

40,575 


93,000 


Social Services 

1,500 



2,068,060 

Tourism 

78,000 


2,068,060 


Green, C 


129,607 


19,250 

Social Services 

129,607 


19,250 


Green, J 


63,021 


29,976,441 

Social Services 

63,021 


5,980 


Green, J E 


63,102 

29,881,974 


Health 

63,102 


88,487 


Green, K 


70,848 



Health 

579 



1,707,377 

Social Services 

70,269 


1,707,377 


Greenfield, A, Mrs 


96,357 


15,390,830 

Social Services 

96,357 


15,390,830 


Greenhill Farms 


63,901 


5,006,41 1 

Social Services 

63,901 


34,255 


Greenidge Place 


65,949 

4,972,156 


Social Services 

65,949 



150,145 

Greenidge, E 


155,746 

150,145 


Health 

155,746 



45,067 

Greenridge Place Inc 


220,372 

16,117 


Health 

138,307 


28,950 


Social Services 

82,065 



268,334 

Greenslade, P 


10,378,615 

268,334 


Health 

10,378,615 



1 3,000 

Greenwood & District Board of Trade 


44,196 

13,000 


Economic Development 

1 3,000 




Social Services 

25,188 



563,985 

Tourism 

6,008 


563,985 


Greenwood & G Greenwood, J 


32,286 


56,419 

Social Services 

32,286 


56,419 


Greenwood Community Association 


17,254 


55,346 

Social Services 

17,254 


55,346 


Greenwood Museum Association 


19,720 



Social Services 

19,720 



1,060,821 

Greenwood, M A 


48,155 

1,060,821 


Health 

48,155 




Gregory, C 


25,129 


46,000 

Social Services 

25,129 


46,000 


Gregory, C, Dr 


32,184 


229,308,063 

Health 

32,184 


28,104 


Greschner, J 


11,845 

228,964,739 


Social Services 

11,845 


304,220 


Gretton, Heather 


13,497 

11,000 


Health 

13,497 



2,536,312 

Grevers Enterprises Ltd 


68,604 

2,536,312 


Social Services 

68,604 



Grewal, S 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Greyhound Lines of Canada Ltd 

Social Services 

Griffin, A . 

Social Services 

Griffith, B 

Health 

Social Services 

Griffith, Minerva 

Social Services 

Griffiths, P A, Dr 

Attorney General 

Grim & A Grim, R 

Social Services 

Grimard, Lillian 

Social Services 

Grist, R, Dr 

Health 

Social Services 

Groenewold, G F, Dr 

Health 

Social Services 

Gronau, HanneloreA 

Social Services 

Grouchy & M Johnston, M 

Social Services 

Groulx & E Groulx, G 

Social Services 

Group: Society for Public Arts Projects, A 

Social Services 

Gruben, Patricia 

Tourism 

Grund, Beverly 

Social Services 

Gryde, C 

Social Services 

Guardian Angel Daycare Services 

Social Services 

Guatemala Human Rights Commission 

Health 

Guenther, N 

Health 

Guide-Outfitters Association of B C 

Environment 

Tourism 

Guildford Bingo Palace Association of Non- 

Profit Organizations 

Government Services 

Guildford Cabs Ltd 

Social Services 

Guildford Gardens Daycare 

Social Services 

Guille, Barry J 

Health 

Gulf Islands Intermediate & Personal Care Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Gulf Islands Television Society 

Economic Development 

Gunn, Joan 

Social Services 

Gunn, T 

Social Services 

Guru Nanak Sikh Temple Society 

Municipal Affairs 

Guy, Jeff 

Social Services 

Guys & Dolls Family Daycare 

Social Services 

Guzzi, T 

Social Services 

Gwa'Sala-Nakwaxda'Xw Indian Band 

Aboriginal Affairs 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


I 83 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 



15,827 

15,029 


798 

331,931 

331,931 

39,556 

39,556 

43,524 

40,324 


3,200 

161,535 

161,535 

202,838 

202,838 

11,405 

11,405 

52,122 

52,122 

14,214 

14,196 


18 

32,288 

31,464 


824 

43,315 

43,315 

38,384 

38,384 

65,786 

65,786 

26,863 

26,863 

20,000 

20,000 

60,153 

60,153 

61,310 

61,310 

51,002 

51,002 

54,750 

54,750 

80,030 

80,030 

73,277 

69,577 


3,700 

33,186 

33,186 

25,815 

25,815 

56,774 

56,774 

10,858 

10,858 

1,295,740 

1,295,218 


522 

26,888 

26,888 

20,444 

20,444 

29,517 

29,517 

300,000 

300,000 

11,460 

1 1 ,460 

13,682 

13,682 

11,125 

11,125 

246,864 

6,000 



Education 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Gyorfi, Kathy 

Attorney General 

Health 

H A C Physical Handicapped Action Committee 

Society 

Health 

Social Services 

H C Education Health & Training Program Con- 
sultants Inc 

Social Services 

H V Consultants 

Health 

Ha-Ho-Payuk Society 

Education 

Haavardsen, M 

Social Services 

Hackett, J D, Dr 

Health 

Hackett, Shirley 

Social Services 

Haden, M 

Attorney General 

Health 

Social Services 

Hadwin, M 

Social Services 

Hagen's T ravel Service Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Hagen, D 

Social Services 

Hagen, S 

Social Services 

Hager Limb & Brace (Kelowna) Ltd, Karl 

Health 

Social Services 

Haggerty-Moore, L 

Social Services 

Haida Gwaii Rediscovery 

Attorney General 

Haida Tribal Society 

Tourism 

Haigh, P 

Social Services 

Hainle Vineyards Estate Winery Ltd 

Agriculture 

Social Services 

Haisla Canoe Association 

Aboriginal Affairs 

Haisla Tribal Council 

Aboriginal Affairs 

Halcyon Community Home Society 

Health 

Haldane, S, Dr 

Health 

Hale Optical Co Ltd 

Social Services 

Halfmoon Bay Child Care Centre Society 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Hall &R Hall, G 

Social Services 

Hall, B 

Social Services 

Hall, L 

Social Services 

Hall, Lori 

Health 

Haller, Adeline 

Health 

Halliwell, D L 

Health 


10,667 

202,697 


27,500 

24,265 

1 7,424 


6,841 

185,309 

182,034 


3,275 

10,000 

1 0,000 

109,389 

109,389 

137,367 

137,367 

25,571 

25,571 

35,647 

35,647 

15,197 

15,197 

88,965 

1 5,460 
7,076 
66,429 

42,127 

42,127 

46,664 

10,558 

36,106 

23,812 

23,812 

41,499 

41,499 

90,721 

50,892 

39,829 

28,620 

28,620 

14,060 

14,060 

1 60,000 

1 60,000 

56,925 

56,925 

23,777 

22,257 


1,520 

1 5,000 

15,000 

98,000 

98,000 

631,933 

631,933 

91,641 

91,641 

10,697 

10,697 

87,844 

58,364 

29,480 

92,222 

92,222 

39,320 

39,320 

10,202 

10,202 

24,706 

24,706 

30,427 

30,427 

64,262 

41,607 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 84 


Social Services 

Halpen, W 

Social Services 

Halston, Gwen 

Social Services 

Haluschak, M, Dr 

Social Services 

Halverson's Hostel Ltd 

Social Services 

Hamill, Millicent B 

Social Services 

Hamilton, D B, Dr 

Health 

Hamilton, J 

Social Services 

Hamilton, W 

Social Services 

Hamm & B Hamm, A 

Social Services 

Hamm, Jeannine 

Health 

Hammond, V 

Social Services 

Hampton Court 

Health 

Hance, D 

Social Services 

Handicrafts By Homebound Handicapped Per- 
sons Society 

Health 

Handlen, C 

Health 

Handy Circle Promotions Society 

Social Services 

Hanemaayer & W Hanemaayer, H 

Social Services 

Haney Intermediate Care Centre 

Health 

Haney-Pitt Meadows Christian School Associa- 
tion 

Education 

Hankins, W 

Social Services 

Hanley, J 

Health 

Hannah, A 

Social Services 

Hannah, T 

Social Services 

Hannam & L Hannam, C 

Social Services 

Hansen Family Care Home 

Health 

Hansen, Jacqueline 

Social Services 

Hansen, Wilma C 

Social Services 

Hanson-Monnie, J 

Social Services 

Happy Acres Family Day Care 

Social Services 

Happy Days Family Day Care 

Social Services 

Happy Hours Wee Care Centre Society 

Social Services 

Happy Life Centre Pre-School 

Social Services 

Happy Tot Child Care Centre 

Social Services 

Harber, B 

Social Services 

Harbour Heliport Society 

Transportation 

Harbour Publishing Ltd 

Tourism 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 

22,655 

37,765 

37,765 

46,315 

46,315 

10,686 

10,686 

125,355 

125,355 

38,488 

38,488 

19,871 

19,871 

22,986 

22,986 

34,989 

34,989 

86,448 

86,448 

21,808 

21,808 

28,705 

28,705 

268,121 

268,121 

1 2,863 

12,863 

56,732 

56,732 

104,408 

1 04,408 

15,000 

15,000 

83,936 

83,936 

2,206,810 

2,206,810 

601,075 

601,075 

33,524 

33,524 

1 7,994 

1 7,994 

20,640 

20,640 

31,240 

31,240 

12,768 

12,768 

21,045 

21,045 

1 6,443 

16,443 

1 1 ,600 

1 1 ,600 

33,165 

33,165 

31,491 

31,491 

11,344 

11,344 

47,049 

47,049 

51,234 

51,234 

33,745 

33,745 

25,434 

25,434 

22,237 

22,237 

47,724 

47,724 



Hardy View Lodge 

Health 

Social Services 

Hardy View Lodge Adult Daycare 

Health 

Hardy, DM 

Social Services 

Hardy, S 

Social Services 

Harmony Day Care Centre 

Social Services 

Harmony Hall Ltd 

Health 

Harney, Rena E 

Health 

Social Services 

Haro Park Centre Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Harper & D Harper, D 

Social Services 

Harper, G 

Social Services 

Harrington, S 

Social Services .- 

Harris Medical Inc 

Social Services 

Harrison Festival Society 

Education 

Tourism 

Harrison Hot Springs Chamber of Com- 
merce 

Economic Development 

Tourism 

Harrison, A 

Social Services 

Harrison, B 

Social Services 

Harrison, Helen 

Social Services 

Harrop & W Harrop, M 

Health 

Harry, Edith 

Social Services 

Hart House Rest Home 

Health 

Hart, B 

Social Services 

Hart, D 

Social Services 

Hart, G 

Social Services 

Hart, S 

Health 

Harvest Drive Pharmacy 

Health 

Social Services 

Harvey, M 

Economic Development 

Social Services 

Harvey, S 

Social Services 

Haskell & David Haskell, Marjorie 

Social Services 

Haskell, EL Dr 

Health 

Hastings Community Centre 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Hastings Institute Inc, The 

Education 

Tourism 

Hastings Townsite Child Care Society 

Government Services 

Social Services 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


1,073,327 

1,050,837 


22,490 

37,589 

37,589 

28,974 

28,974 

20,791 

20,791 

88,197 

88,197 

354,644 

354,644 

1 32,640 

95,756 

36,884 

4,663,583 

4,639,340 


24,243 

30,066 

30,066 

20,694 

20,694 

15,782 

15,782 

21,719 

21,719 

15,825 

5,000 

10,825 

19,921 

1 3,000 


6,921 

17,139 

17,139 

22,289 

22,289 

21,679 

21,679 

45,990 

45,990 

15,643 

15,643 

166,912 

166,912 

22,737 

22,737 

44,380 

44,380 

112,024 

112,024 

15,280 

15,280 

17,312 

16,720 


592 

27,927 

1,383 

26,544 

22,041 

22,041 

18,150 

18,150 

31,629 

31,629 

42,059 

37,059 


5,000 

60,000 

50.000 

10.000 

41,271 

4,787 

36,484 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


Hastings, L 

Social Services 

Hatch, A 

Social Services 

Hatfield Society 

Attorney General 

Hathaway, Doreen 

Health 

Haubrich, V 

Social Services 

Haugejorden, Patsy 

Social Services 

Haven Guest Home Haney Ltd 

Social Services 

Haven Hill Retirement Centre 

Health 

Social Services 

Haven House Society 

Health 

Women's Equality 

Haviland, I 

Social Services 

Hawkins & W Hawkins, D 

Social Services 

Hawkridge, C 

Social Services 

Hawthorne Lodge 

Health 

Social Services 

Hay, M, Dr 

Social Services 

Hayden, Hugette, Dr 

Health 

Hayes-Newington, J 

Social Services 

Hayne, M 

Social Services 

Hazelmere Lodge Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Hazelton & Area Home Support Service 

Health 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Hazelton District Public Library Association 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Hazelton Family Life Society 

Social Services 

Headlines Theatre Co Society 

Education 

Health 

Tourism 

Women's Equality 

Headstart Resources Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Healing Our Spirit BC First Nations Aids Society. 

Health 

Health Care Services 

Social Services 

Health Care Services Olsten Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Health Facilities Association of B C 

Health 

Health Labour Relations Association of B C 

Health 

Health Management Resource Group 

Health 

Health Network 

Health 

Health Outreach for Parents & Infants 

Social Services 

Healy, J 


I 85 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


38,319 

Social Services 

30,244 


38,319 


Healy, )E 


36,085 


36,792 

Health 

30,948 


36,792 


Social Services 

5,137 



47,669 

Hearing Aid Supplies 


194,370 

47,669 


Social Services 

194,370 



31,543 

Heart & Stroke Foundation of B C & Yukon 


128,100 

31,543 


Government Services 

1 00,000 



10,321 

Health 

28,100 


10,321 


Heath (Canada) Ltd, DC 


125,018 


32,089 

Education 

125,018 


32,089 


Heather Rest Home 


202,131 


209,730 

Health 

192,342 


209,730 


Social Services 

9,789 



2,269,312 

Hebert & C Hebert, J 


48,830 

2,261,722 


Social Services 

48,830 


7,590 


Hedley Community Recreation Commission 




44,750 

Association 


43,671 

26,000 


Social Services 

43,671 


18,750 


Hedley Heritage Arts & Crafts Society 


15,309 


15,357 

Social Services 

15,309 


15,357 


Hegeman & Trudy Hegeman, Al 


88,404 


66,548 

Social Services 

88,404 


66,548 


Heiltsuk Band Council 


12,750 


61,240 

Attorney General 

250 


61,240 


Social Services 

12,500 



4,277,918 

Heiltsuk Heritage & Events Coordination Centre 


25,000 

4,227,152 


Aboriginal Affairs 

25,000 


50,766 


Heintz, B 


56,139 


13,000 

Social Services 

56,139 


1 3,000 


Helene's Play & Learn Centre 


1 1 ,469 


20,654 

Social Services 

11,469 


20,654 


Helens Grocery 


14,299 


38,752 

Social Services 

14,299 


38,752 


Helix Biotech Scientific Ltd 


92,390 


22,419 

Social Services 

92,390 


22,419 


Hellon, C, Dr 


127,772 


576,214 

Health 

127,772 


341,225 


Helm, M 


29,858 

234,989 


Social Services 

29,858 



131,227 

Helmcken Memorial Hospital Society, Dr 


1,309,403 

72,570 


Health 

1,309,375 


56,157 


Social Services . 

28 


2,500 


Help & Hope for Families Society 


36,667 


26,335 

Social Services 

36,667 


16,133 


Helping Hands Agency Ltd 


838,585 

10,202 


Health 

151,654 



169,978 

Social Services 

686,931 


169,978 


Helping Hands Nursery School 


34,711 


54,800 

Social Services 

34,711 


4,800 


Helping Hands Services Ltd 


2,093,339 

8,000 


Health 

2,086,833 


32,000 


Social Services 

6,506 


1 0,000 


Helping Spirit Lodge Society 


425,340 


83,228 

Social Services 

425,340 


74,836 


Hemlock Childcare Centre 


89,186 

8,392 


Social Services 

89,186 



305,756 

Hemm Industries Society 


171,419 

305,756 


Health 

165,955 



5,819,392 

Social Services 

5,464 


5,819,392 


Hencher, Lorraine E 


18,150 


4,953,312 

Social Services 

18,150 


4,714,837 


Hencheroff, J 


12,888 

238,475 


Social Services 

1 2,888 



807,707 

Henderson & S Aspa Henderson, E 


14,510 

807,707 


Social Services 

14,510 



2,542,554 

Henderson, A 


11,868 

2,542,554 


Health 

3,745 



20,000 

Social Services 1 

8,123 


20,000 


Henderson, Anne 


10,950 


56,000 

Social Services 

10,950 


56,000 


Henderson, D 


61,096 


54,854 

Social Services 

61,096 


54,854 


Henderson, LG 


23,331 


30,244 

Health 

23,331 



186 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Henderson, Nick 

Social Services 

Henderson, R 

Social Services 

Hendry-Cote, J 

Social Services 

Henkels, Irma 

Social Services 

Henn & Associates, Robert 

Social Services 

Hennessy, P 

Health 

Henry, Brian 

Attorney General 

Heppner, E 

Social Services 

Heritage Christian School Society 

Education 

Hermanson, C 

Social Services 

Hermosa Home 

Health 

Social Services 

Herndl, Pamela 

Social Services 

Herpst, W H 

Attorney General 

Herrewynen, M 

Social Services 

HesquiatBand 

Economic Development 

Hestermann, Gail A 

Social Services 

Hey-Way'-nogu' Healing Circle for Addictions 

Society 

Health : 

Women's Equality 

Hi N Bye Daycare 

Social Services 

Higginson, S 

Social Services 

High Country Health Care Inc 

Health 

Social Services , 

High Country Tourism Association 

Tourism 

High Street Rest Home 

Social Services 

Higham, Bessie 

Social Services 

Highglen DayCare 

Social Services 

Highland Lodge 

Health 

Social Services 

Highland Meadows Daycare 

Social Services 

Highlands Out of School Care Society 

Social Services 

Highlands School Carnival Club 

Social Services 

Highquest Engineering Inc 

Advanced Education 

Hildebrand, M 

Social Services 

Hildebrandt Homes 

Social Services 

Hildebrandt, Donald 

Social Services 

Hildebrant, D 

Social Services 

Hill Villa Rest Home 

Health 

Hill, D 

Social Services 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 



13,358 

13,358 

35,048 

35,048 

17,272 

17,272 

1 7,089 

17,089 

113,376 

113,376 

177,673 

177,673 

24,111 

24,111 

38,125 

38,125 

214,687 

214,687 

31,579 

31,579 

318,527 

224,533 


93,994 

24,558 

24,558 

1 8,446 

18,446 

49,851 

49,851 

1 5,800 

15,800 

70,741 

70,741 

718,496 

708,496 


10,000 

46,369 

46,369 

25,134 

25,134 

1,311,262 

1,262,580 


48,682 

334,863 

334,863 

10,820 

10,820 

1 0,890 

10,890 

55,317 

55,317 

1,046,687 

1,029,897 


16,790 

35,576 

35,576 

14,233 

14,233 

42,116 

42,116 

93,250 

93,250 

22,105 

22,105 

31,320 

31,320 

289,947 

289,947 

54,367 

54,367 

129,442 

1 29,442 

30,404 

30,404 



Hill, J 

Social Services 

Hill, L 

Social Services 

Hillkeep Services Ltd 

Social Services 

Hillside House 

Health 

Social Services 

Hillside Lodge Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Hillside Middle School 

Health 

Hillstead, J 

Social Services 

Hilltop Daycare 

Social Services 

Hilton Villa 

Health 

Hirsch Creek Golf Club 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Hirsch, M 

Social Services 

Hirsch, P 

Social Services 

Hislop, Ralph T, Dr 

Attorney General 

Hobbit Hole Nursery School & Daycare 

Social Services 

Hobbs, Catherine 

Health 

Social Services 

Hodgson Orthotics Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Hof, Susanne 

Social Services 

Hoffart, M 

Social Services 

Hoffman, J 

Social Services 

Hoffman, J M, Dr 

Health 

Hofstad, G 

Social Services 

Hogarth, D 

Social Services 

Hogeweide, M 

Social Services 

Hoheisel, J 

Social Services 

Holden, J 

Social Services 

Holland & E Holland, R 

Health 

Holland & M Holland, N 

Social Services 

Holland, R, Dr 

Health 

Holley, L 

Health 

Hoi list & T Hollist, E 

Social Services 

Holloway, llene 

Social Services 

Holly's Friendship Society 

Health 

Hollyburn Family Services Ltd 

Social Services 

Hollywood & J Hollywood, J 

Social Services 

Holm & A Holm, K 

Social Services 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


18,690 

18,690 

16,780 

16,780 

284,394 

284,394 

77,393 

15,649 

61,744 

508,661 

384,656 

124,005 

1 0,000 

1 0,000 

42,477 

42,477 

11,318 

11,318 

2,249,810 

2,249,810 

67,091 

8,278 

58,813 

21,899 

21,899 

36,966 

36,966 

62,519 

62,519 

78,226 

78,226 

16,618 

8,223 


8,395 

82,442 

28,054 

54,388 

18,150 

18,150 

46,410 

46,410 

29,153 

29,153 

21,654 

21,654 

28,032 

28,032 

10,259 

10,259 

22,878 

22,878 

15,871 

15,871 

37,805 

37,805 

30,000 

30,000 

12,564 

12,564 

125,373 

125,373 

38,081 

38,081 

40,722 

40,722 

12,214 

12,214 

27,716 

27,716 

782,921 

782,921 

41,630 

41,630 

46,201 

46,201 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


187 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

Holmes & B Rasi, A 99,256 

Social Services 99,256 

Holmes Enterprises Ltd 1 4,590 

Social Services 1 4,590 

Holmes, J 70,700 

Social Services 70,700 

Holmquist, Nida 14,901 

Social Services 1 4,901 

Holtz, F 40,354 

Social Services 40,354 

Holy Family Hospital 13,304,761 

Government Services 23,227 

Health 13,201,583 

Social Services 79,951 

Homer Society for the Handicapped, Garth 739,100 

Social Services 739,1 00 

Honey Tree Daycare II 84,928 

Social Services 84,928 

Honey Tree Daycare Services Ltd II 51,758 

Social Services 51,758 

Honeymoon Bay Hall Commission 1 3,1 90 

Government Services 13,190 

Hong Kong Imports Ltd 1 3,285 

Social Services 13,285 

Honicke, I 14,268 

Health 5,873 

Social Services 8,395 

Hooker, P 33,762 

Social Services 33,762 

Hoolboom, Mike 10,800 

Tourism 10,800 

Hooseman, Helena 1 8, 1 50 

Social Services 18,150 

Hoover & C Hoover, L 110,916 

Social Services 1 1 0,91 6 

Hoover, B 49,910 

Social Services 49,91 0 

Hope & District Chamber of Commerce 1 08,979 

Economic Development 14,449 

Social Services 67,263 

Tourism 27,267 

Hope &R Wiley, M 15,849 

Social Services 1 5,849 

Hope Association for Community Living 75,1 78 

Social Services 75,178 

Hope Community Preschool Association 1 0,1 09 

Social Services 10,109 

Hope Community Services Society 383,973 

Health 98,618 

Social Services 285,355 

Hope Curling Club 31,165 

Government Services 31,165 

Hope Early Childhood Center 32,917 

Social Services 32,917 

Hope, Catherine 422,422 

Social Services 422,422 

Hopmans, Rita 1 3,657 

Social Services 1 3,657 

Hopton & M Hopton, D 22,396 

Social Services 22,396 

Hopton, Dianne 45,577 

Social Services 45,577 

Horatchka, Gail 38,108 

Social Services 38,1 08 

Horbay, M 50,328 

Social Services 50,328 

Horizon College 179,458 

Social Services 1 79,458 

Horizon Management 690,673 

Social Services 690,673 

Hornby & Denman Home Support Society 1 44,747 

Health 109,017 

Social Services 35,730 

Hornby Island Athletic Association 1 3,866 

Government Services 1 3,866 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

Hornby Island Daycare Society 29,222 

Social Services 29,222 

Hornby Island Educational Society 11 ,375 

Women's Equality 11,375 

Horner, J 38,629 

Social Services 38,629 

Horniblow, Beverly 14,262 

Health 5,873 

Social Services : 8,389 

Horricks, C H, Dr 12,958 

Health 12,703 

Social Services 255 

Horse Council of B C 117,450 

Municipal Affairs 117,450 

Horticulture Centre of the Pacific 33,581 

Social Services 33,581 

Horvat, E 132,024 

Social Services 1 32,024 

Horwood, L 22,075 

Social Services 22,075 

Hotel California 12,472 

Social Services 1 2,472 

Hotz Consultants Ltd 1 29,644 

Attorney General 129,144 

Social Services 500 

Hotz, PB, Dr 114,065 

Attorney General 11 4,065 

Houghton, M 11,135 

Social Services 11,135 

House of Dwarfs 98,054 

Social Services 98,054 

Houston & District Chamber of Commerce 1 15,443 

Economic Development 61,000 

Social Services 46,980 

Tourism 7,463 

Houston Community Services Association 1 62,327 

Social Services 1 59,077 

Women's Equality 3,250 

Houston Health Care Services Society 689,215 

Government Services 2,742 

Health 686,473 

Houston Health Centre 69,400 

Health 69,400 

Houston Home Support Services Society 1 30,881 

Health 128,040 

Social Services 2,841 

Houston Publ ic Library Association 11,325 

Municipal Affairs 11,325 

Houston-Smithers Rebroadcasting Society 24,1 00 

Economic Development 24,100 

Howard Society of B C (Kelowna), John, 

The 119,235 

Attorney General 43,235 

Health 76,000 

Howard Society of B C (Vernon), John, The 99,055 

Attorney General 1 ,935 

Social Services 97,1 20 

Howard Society of B C, John, The 549, 1 80 

Attorney General 348,842 

Health 49,106 

Social Services 151,232 

Howard Society of North Island, John, The 1 ,21 5,1 70 

Attorney General 347,134 

Government Services 5,863 

Health 620,627 

Social Services 241,546 

Howard Society of the Lower Mainland of BC, 

John 46,265 

Attorney General 150 

Health 46,100 

Social Services 15 

Howard Society of Victoria, John 352,823 

Attorney General 258,964 

Health 80,500 

Social Services 1 3,359 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 88 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


Ministry 

$ 


Howard, EM 

Health 

74,299 

76,379 

Social Services 

Hutchinson, George F B 

30,380 

Social Services 

Howard, L 

2,080 

19,816 

Social Services 

Hutchison, M 

22,845 

Social Services 

Howard, Laura L 

19,816 

26,192 

Social Services 

Hutley & Astrid Hutley, Frank 

46,039 

Social Services 

Howard, S 

26,192 

12,486 

Social Services 

Hutton, S 

33,831 

Health 

Howe Sound Home Support Service Society 

12,486 

522,353 

Social Services 

Hycroft Guest Home 

10,784 

Health 

503,979 


Health 

156,727 

Social Services 

18,374 

762,614 

100,058 

Social Services 

Hydrogen Industry Council 

36,560 

Social Services 

Howe Sound Womens Centre Society 

762,614 

Advanced Education 

Hynes, M 

25,000 

Government Services 

Social Services 

7,479 

43,204 


Social Services 

Hyslop & Bowie-Partners With Parents 

79,092 

Women's Equality 

Howes & J Howes, C 

49,375 

25,969 

Social Services 

1 C L Food Services Ltd 

89,304 

Social Services 

25,969 


Attorney General 

1,570,449 

Howes, C 

Health 

13,479 

29,129 

Social Services 

1 Care Day Care-Prince George 

27 

Social Services 

Huber, P 

15,650 

24,200 

Social Services 

1 D S Management Ltd 

1 5,080 

Social Services 

24,200 


Health 

372,593 

Hubner, Myrna 

Social Services 

15,891 

15,891 

Social Services 

1 G A Foodliner 

150,261 

Hudema, Susan R 

Social Services 

Hudson & K Hudson, D 

123,844 

123,844 

47,967 

Social Services 

1 Know Breast Implant Information Associa- 
tion 

353,462 

Social Services 

Hudson Kid Care 

47,967 

73,685 

Health 

I-Med Oxygen Ltd 

1 3,000 

Social Services 

73,685 


Health 

1,190 

Hudson Out of School Care 

Social Services 

42,097 

42,097 

Social Services 

ICA Foundation of B C 

19,992 

Hudson's Hope Health Care Society 

Health 

Hudson's Hope Maranatha Christian Acad- 

339,158 

339,158 

Economic Development 

Icelandic Care Home Hofn Society 

Health 

225,000 

1,819,988 

emy 

Education r 

94,826 

94,826 

Social Services 

Icurr 

8,395 

Hug-A-Bug Daycare.... 

Social Services 

11,340 

11,340 

Municipal Affairs 

lea 

40,755 

Hughes & F Hughes, L 

Social Services 

17,612 

17,612 

Education 

lezzi & L lezzi, T 

12,163 

Hughes, C 

Health 

40,106 

40,106 

Social Services 

lezzi, F 

28,680 

Huguenard, J 

Social Services 

62,449 

62,449 

Social Services 

lezzi, T 

61,981 

Huhn, Della 

Attorney General 

24,284 

24,284 

Social Services 

IFC International Financial Centre 

47,896 

Humanacare Counselling Inc 

Social Services 

39,176 

39,176 

Economic Development 

Image Contact Lens Centre 

300,000 

Hume & P Hume, S 

Social Services 

31,884 

31,884 

Social Services 

Imagine-Canadian Centre for Philanthropy 

31,408 

Hummell, Muriel 

Social Services 

50,052 

50,052 

Government Services 

Immigrant & Visible Minority Women of BC 

40,000 

Hummingbird Consulting 


39,178 

Education 

8,900 

Health 

39,178 


Health 

3,000 

Humphrey, B C, Dr 

Health 

53,279 

53,279 

Women's Equality 

Immigrant Services Society of B C 

22,875 

Humphrey, J 


95,420 

Education 

130,369 

Social Services 

Humpty Dumpty Day Care-Comox 

95,420 

112,995 

Social Services 

Impact Foods 

4,458 

Social Services 

Hunter & Associates, Val 

112,995 

14,551 

Social Services 

Imperial, N 

19,835 

Health 

Hunter, K C, Dr 

14,551 

44,933 

Social Services 

Income Assistance & Handicapped Benefits 

25,852 

Health 

Hurtig, J 

Social Services 

44,933 

376,994 

376,994 

Social Services 

Independent Living Housing Society of Greater 
Victoria 

1,443,845,862 

Huska & B Huska, J 


41,961 

Health 

1,022,006 

Health 

Hussey & M Peterman, C 

41,961 

17,533 

Social Services 

Independent Media Producers Network 

30,372 

Social Services 

17,533 


Social Services 

903 

Hutchinson, E N 


30,380 

Women's Equality 

1 3,080 


Total 

$ 

22,845 

46,039 

33,831 

10,784 

193,287 

25.000 
79,092 
89,304 

1,570,476 

15,080 

522,854 

353,462 

1 3.000 
21,182 

225.000 
1,828,383 

40,755 

12,163 

28,680 

61,981 

47,896 

300.000 
31,408 

40.000 
34,775 

134,827 

19,835 

25,852 

1,443,845,862 

1,052,378 

13,983 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


Indian Homemaker's Association 

Aboriginal Affairs 

Attorney General 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Individual Pursuits 

Social Services 

Infant Toddler Incentive (Family) 

Women's Equality 

Information Services Vancouver Society 

Attorney General 

Health 

Social Services 

Ingco, G 

Social Services 

Inglewood Lodge 

Health 

Inglewood Private Hospital 

Health 

Inkameep Preschool Daycare 

Social Services 

Inman Out of School Care Centre 

Social Services 

Inmates Earnings 

Attorney General 

Inner City Mission 

Health 

Innervisions Recovery Society 

Social Services 

Innes Allan Medical Supplies 

Social Services 

Institute of Health Promotion 

Health 

Institute of Public Administration of Canada .. 

Government Services 

Insurance Corp of B C 

Attorney General 

Social Services 

Integrated Communication 

Social Services 

Integrated Tourism Strategies Inc 

Tourism 

Intelecon Research & Consultancy Ltd 

Advanced Education 

Inter-Cultural Association of Greater Victoria 

Education 

Social Services 

Inter-Ministry Special Project Costs 

Advanced Education 

I nter-Resource Consu Iti ng 

Social Services 

Intercare Holdings Inc 

Health 

Social Services 

Intercare Homes Inc 

Health 

Interface Process Corp . 

Health 

Interior Behavioral Services Inc 

Social Services 

Interior Health Care Services Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Interior Indian Friendship Society 

Aboriginal Affairs 

Attorney General 

Health 

Social Services 

Interior Native Alcohol Abuse Society 

Government Services 

Health 

Interior Personal Development Ltd 

Social Services 

Interior Provincial Exhibition Association 

Agriculture 


I 89 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ ' 


126,267 

International Association of Progressive 



5,000 


Montessorians 


80,109 

24,052 


Education 

80,109 


84,725 


International Battery Co Ltd 


22,899 

12,490 


Environment 

22,899 



65,418 

International Broodstock Technologies Inc 


32,000 

65,418 


Advanced Education 

32,000 



98,810 

International Development Education Resources 



98,810 


Association 


32,000 


318,696 

Health 

32,000 


75,899 


International Hiking & Bicycling Society 


93,312 

199,638 


Government Services 

93,312 


43,159 


International Institute of Biological Control 


30,000 


27,379 

Agriculture 

30,000 


27,379 


International Maritime Centre-Vancouver Society 


30,000 


.1,545,432 

Economic Development 

30,000 


1,545,432 


International Theatre Inconnu Society 


16,976 


2,556,785 

Social Services 

10,976 


2,556,785 


Tourism 

6,000 



14,100 

Intersect Youth & Family Services Society 


1,570,567 

14,100 


Attorney General 

281,973 



16,104 

Health 

1,046,096 


16,104 


Social Services 

242,498 



1,551,187 

Interstate Batteries 


11,891 

1,551,187 


Environment 

11,891 



30,000 

Intertribal Forestry Association of B C 


60,652 

30,000 


Aboriginal Affairs 

50,000 



15,700 

Social Services 

10,652 


15,700 


Intra Muros Ltd 


40,134 


22,885 

Attorney General 

40,134 


22,885 


Intrepid Theatre Company Society 


11,500 


58,872 

Tourism. i 

11,500 


58,872 


Invermere & District Hospital Association 


2,608,002 


10,000 

Health 

2,608,002 


1 0,000 


Invermere Public Library Association 


21,512 


35,463 

Government Services 

976 


35,000 


Municipal Affairs 

20,536 


463 


Ireland & E Ireland, E 


68,012 


20,000 

Social Services 

68,012 


20,000 


Irving House Historic Centre 


1 5,000 


48,028 

Tourism 

15,000 


48,028 


Irving, S 


25,166 


1 7,436 

Social Services 

25,166 


17,436 


Irwin Publishing Inc 


18,730 


119,812 

Education 

18,730 


119,392 


Ishtar Transition House Society . 


342,993 

420 


Social Services 

342,993 



102,002 

Island Acoustics Inc 


24,701 

102,002 


Social Services 

24,701 



49,334 

Island Arts Centre Society 


39,365 

49,334 


Social Services 

39,365 



1,305,884 

Island Community Home Support Services 


2,332,601 

1,291,944 


Health 

2,328,372 


13,940 


Social Services 

4,229 



696,881 

Island Community Living Services 


551,637 

696,881 


Social Services 

551,637 



96,714 

Island Deaf& Hard of Hearing Centre Association 


158,958 

96,714 


Advanced Education 

719 



918,388 

Education 

3,040 


918,388 


Health 

24,821 



3,093,306 

Social Services 

126,578 


2,444,789 


Women's Equality 

3,800 


648,517 


Island Farmers Institute 


20,000 


1,107,892 

Government Services 

20,000 


36,000 


Island Indaya Society 


51,501 

46,809 


Social Services 

51,501 


940,500 


Island Montessori House Society 


16,343 

84,583 


Education 

15,993 



905,192 

Social Services 

350 


2,161 


Island Orthotics Inc 


21,100 

903,031 


Health 

4,290 



163,417 

Social Services 

16,810 


163,417 


Island Stream & Salmon Enhancement Society... 


38,646 


20,178 

Environment 

10,000 


20,178 


Social Services 

28,646 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 90 


Island Women Society 

Attorney General.. 

Islands Medichair Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

IslandsTrust 

Agriculture 

Municipal Affairs 

Isolated Senior Project 

Health 

Isomura, T I, Dr '. 

Health 

It's Us Program Services 

Attorney General 

ITAWegman Association 

Social Services 

ITP Quadra Travel Services 

Social Services 

Itter, A 

Social Services 

Ivens Medical Equipment Sales Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Ivy Montessori School Society 

Education 

Social Services 

J & W Rest Home Ltd 

Health 

J C S Enterprises Inc 

Health 

Social Services 

J D Vision 

Social Services 

J ST Holdings Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

J T Health Care Ltd 

Attorney General 

Jack, Emily 

Social Services 

Jackfish Community Association 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Jackman Manor 

Health 

Jackson, Anne 

Social Services 

Jackson, C 

Social Services 

Jackson, Jennifer Ann 

Government Services 

Jackson, R 

Social Services 

Jackson, Teresa 

Social Services : 

Jackson-Murray Consultants Inc 

Attorney General 

Health 

Jacobs Ladder Child Care Center 

Social Services 

Jacobsen Friendship Society, Harvey .... 

Health 

Jacobsen, M 

Social Services 

Jagdatt& Padma Jagdatt, Ram 

Social Services 

James Bay Child Care Society 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

James Bay Community School Daycare 

Social Services 

James Bay Community-School Society.. 

Government Services 

Health 

Women's Equality 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


37,500 

James Bay Health & Community Services Soci- 



37,500 


ety 


397,334 


106,325 

Health 

165,945 


28,022 


Social Services 

231,389 


78,303 


James Bay Home Support Services 


1,062,235 


594,295 

Health 

1,025,003 


150 


Social Services 

37,232 


594,145 


James Bay Lodge 


17,195 


93,255 

Social Services 

17,195 


93,255 


James, Carol 


15,643 


73,398 

Social Services 

15,643 


73,398 


James, J 


20,002 


86,592 

Social Services 

20,002 


86,592 


Jamieson Dance Society, Karen 


47,000 


121,150 

Tourism 

47,000 


121,150 


Jancowski, Judith A 


20,172 


19,005 

Attorney General 

20,172 


19,005 


Janeway Holdings Ltd 


203,574 


40,995 

Health 

1 60,090 


40,995 


Social Services 

43,484 



169,682 

Janke, PG, Dr 


80,931 

15,083 


Health 

80,147 


154,599 


Social Services 

784 



16,652 

Jans & R Jans, V 


266,072 

14,467 


Social Services 

266,072 


2,185 


Janzen, E 


71,112 


218,924 

Social Services 

71,112 


218,924 


Japanese Canadian Drop-ln/Cultural Centre 


86,445 


111,793 

Government Services 

86,445 


78,523 


Japanese Community Volunteers Association 


24,081 

33,270 


Health 

24,081 



1 17,914 

Jarvis, D 


21,729 

17,914 


Social Services 

21,729 



1 79,079 

Jarvis, Daniel 


56,875 

141,805 


Social Services 

56,875 


37,274 


Jasco Research Ltd 


1 5,000 


215,074 

Advanced Education 

1 0,000 


215,074 


Environment 

5,000 



45,237 

Jasper Crescent Daycare 


53,059 

45,237 


Social Services 

53,059 



10,250 

Jaworsky, A M, Mrs 


144,238 

1 0,000 


Social Services 

144,238 


250 


Jaworsky, L 


14,142 


1,874,670 

Health 

14,142 


1,874,670 


Jean & N Jean, R 


93,773 


116,282 

Social Services 

93,773 


116,282 


Jeffrey, B 


30,585 


30,324 

Social Services 

30,585 


30,324 


Jeglum, Richard 


146,350 


20,000 

Social Services 

146,350 


20,000 


Jellybean Park Playcare 


70,909 


32,573 

Social Services 

70,909 


32,573 


Jenkinson, Gerry 


37,418 


33,396 

Health 

33,898 


33,396 


Social Services 

3,520 



207,605 

Jenner, Matthew L 


26,166 

77,303 


Attorney General 

26,166 


130,302 


Jensen & M Jensen, V 


15,213 


71,080 

Social Services 

15,213 


71,080 


Jensen, B 


15,558 


20,375 

Health 

15,558 


20,375 


Jensen, L 


21,570 


29,853 

Social Services 

21,570 


29,853 


Jensen, V 


56,871 


1 7,089 

Social Services 

56,871 


1 7,089 


Jensen-Tessier, L 


18,338 


104,019 

Social Services 

18,338 


91,109 


Jericho Kids Club 


66,362 

12,910 


Social Services 

66,362 



100,291 

Jeronimus, K 


19,922 

100,291 


Social Services 

19,922 



44,660 

Jessup, A 


11,144 

235 


Social Services 

11,144 


25,237 


Jewish Cemetery Trust Fund 


10,845 

19,188 


Government Services 

10,845 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


Ministry 

$ 


Jewish Family Service Agency 

Education 

Jewish Home for the Aged of B C 

Social Services 

Jitterbugs Daycare Centre 

Social Services 

Jiwa, A 

Social Services 

Jiwani, Azim H, Dr 

Health 

Joan's Family Child-Care..... 

Social Services 

Job Opportunities Building Society 

Social Services 

Job Protection Program 

Economic Development 

Jobst Medical Canada Inc 

Social Services 

Johannesen International School of Arts 

Tourism 

Johnny, R 

Social Services 

Johnsen, Irene 

Social Services 

Johnson & G Johnson, J 

Social Services 

Johnson & G Johnson, P 

Social Services 

Johnson, A 

Social Services 

Johnson, D J 

Health 

Johnson, J 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

Johnson, K C 

Social Services 

Johnson, Loretta 

Social Services 

Johnson, Lynne 

Health 

Social Services 

Johnson, P, Dr 

Education 

Health 

Social Services 

Johnson, S 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Johnston & B Johnston, M 

Social Services 

Johnston, D 

Social Services 

Johnston, M 

Attorney General 

Johnston, P 

Social Services 

Johnstone, Robert 

Social Services 

Jokisch, J W 

Health 

Social Services 

Jolly Time Family Daycare 

Social Services 

Jolly, Marina 

Social Services 

Jonas & W Jonas, L 

Social Services 

Joneja, R P, Dr 

Health 

Jones, Carol-Anne 

Health 

Jones, L 

Health 

Jones, V A, Dr 



1 0,000 

1 0,000 

26,768 

26,768 

32,635 

32,635 

22,845 

22,845 

60,803 

60,803 

11,977 

11,977 

59,918 

59,918 

254,166 

254,166 

10,100 

10,100 

135,800 

135,800 

23,325 

23,325 

22,848 

22,848 

34,152 

34,152 

51,935 

51,935 

20,266 

20,266 

16,623 

16,623 

45,446 

224 


45,222 

35,494 

35,494 

20,594 

20,594 

44,981 

1 5,649 
29,332 

41,891 

1,712 


38,205 


1,974 

47,562 

46,095 


1,467 

147,172 

147,172 

86,038 

86,038 

12,334 

12,334 

12,812 

12,812 

23,795 

23,795 

30,399 

23,558 


6,841 

17,158 

17,158 

10,503 

10,503 

18,150 

18,150 

22,540 

22,540 

12,695 

12,695 

32,529 

32,529 

13,403 


Health 13,266 

Social Services 137 

Jong, A K K 

Health 24,821 

Social Services 25 

Jordan Inc, T 

Health 149,986 

Social Services 57,440 

Jordon, R 

Social Services 1 7,757 

Jose, G 

Social Services 10,515 

Joseph, Joseph A 

Health 13,230 

Josephine Care Home Inc 

Health 314,286 

Social Services 100,215 

Joslin Group, The 

Social Services 32,564 

Joy & R Joy, N 

Social Services 37,941 

Joyce, J 

Social Services 1 3,048 

JR Laboratories Inc 

Health 34,749 

Juan de Fuca Chamber of Commerce 

Economic Development 13,000 

Tourism 6,948 

Juan de Fuca Hospital Society 

Health 22,125,138 

Social Services 874 

Juan de Fuca Hospital Society-Adult Day 

Care 

Health 151,129 

Juan de Fuca Parks & Recreation 

Social Services 1 8,1 46 

Juba, Theresa 

Social Services 23,626 

Jubilee Care Society 

Health 50,726 

Jubilee Community Care Home 

Health 16,079 

Social Services 8,463 

Jubilee Home Society 

Health 2,124,614 

Social Services 3,669 

Ju 1-Mar Enterprises Ltd 

Health 42,654 

Social Services 172,772 

Jumpstart Performance Society 

Tourism 27,500 

Junior Adventure Hour Ranch Society 

Social Services 32,467 

Junior Forest Warden of B C 

Forests 10,000 

Juskers Cafeteria & Catering 

Tourism 11,840 

Just for Kids Daycare 

Social Services 67,983 

Women's Equality 1 1 ,400 

Just for Kids Daycare-Chetwynd 

Social Services 1 3,820 

Justice Institute of B C 

Advanced Education 2,933,261 

Attorney General 1,840,269 

Health 407,160 

Municipal Affairs 887,200 

KC Recycling 

Environment 172,595 

Kaatza Day Care Centre 

Government Services 27,898 

Social Services 53,156 

Women's Equality 3,793 

Kadonaga, Claudine 

Social Services 1 2,008 


I 91 

Total 

$ 

24.846 

207.426 

17,757 

10,515 

13,230 

414,501 

32,564 

37,941 

13,048 

34,749 

19,948 

22,126,012 

151,129 

18,146 

23,626 

50,726 

24,542 

2,128,283 

215.426 

27,500 

32,467 

10,000 

11,840 

79,383 

13,820 

6,067,890 

172,595 

84.847 

12,008 


I 92 


Kadziolka & E C Smart Optometric, A R . 

Social Services 

Kaien Childrens Adventure Centre 

Social Services 

Kaizen Management Co Ltd 

Health 

Kakawis Family Development Centre 

Health 

Social Services 

Kalancha & P Kalancha, B 

Social Services 

Kaleden Community Centre Association 

Government Services 

Kaleidoscope Theatre Productions Society 

Social Services 

Tourism 

Kalsi Opticians 

Social Services 

Kam-Ed Institute Inc 

Social Services 

Kamloops & District Alzheimer Society 

Health 

Kamloops & District Elizabeth Fry Society 

Attorney General 

Health 

Kamloops 1 993 Canada Games Society 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

Kamloops Aids Society 

Health 

Kamloops Bingo Association 

Government Services 

Kamloops Cariboo Regional Immigrants Society. 

Education 

Kamloops Child Care Support Program 

Women's Equality 

Kamloops Child Development Society 

Social Services 

Kamloops Christian Daycare 

Social Services 

Kamloops Christian Hostel 

Social Services 

Kamloops Christian School Association 

Education 

Women's Equality 

Kamloops Community YMCA-YWCA 

Social Services 

Kamloops Community YMCA-YWCA Women's 

Emergency Shelter 

Government Services 

Women's Equality 

Kamloops Family Resources Society 

Social Services 

Kamloops Home Support Services 

Health 

Kamloops Home Support Services Associa- 
tion 

Health 

Social Services 

Kamloops Hospice Association 

Health 

Kamloops Host Committee 

Tourism 

Kamloops Indian Band 

Attorney General 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Kamloops Infant Development Society 

Social Services 

Kamloops Interca^e Society 

Social Services 

Kamloops Multiplex Fundraising Committee 

Government Services 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


26,327 

Kamloops Museum Association 


22,500 

26,327 


Tourism 

22,500 



45,851 

Kamloops Personal Care Home Ltd 


504,167 

45,851 


Health 

345,670 



94,142 

Social Services 

158,497 


94,142 


Kamloops Pregnancy Counselling Services 


57,417 


650,372 

Social Services 

57,417 


648,678 


Kamloops Public Art Gallery 


52,640 

1,694 


Government Services 

5,140 



20,142 

Tourism 

47,500 


20,142 


Kamloops Sexual Assault Counselling Centre So- 




15,064 

ciety 


188,919 

15,064 


Attorney General 

157,668 



56,964 

Health 

31,251 


2,464 


Kamloops Society for Alcohol & Drug 


70,327 

54,500 


Health 

70,327 



27,526 

Kamloops Society for Alcohol & Drug Service- 



27,526 


Counselling Service 


1,366,067 


61,900 

Health 

1,366,067 


61,900 


Kamloops Society for Community Living 


2,079,138 


14,900 

Health 

634,019 


14,900 


Social Services 

1,445,119 



365,625 

Kamloops Symphony Society 


25,000 

234,561 


Tourism 

25,000 


131,064 


Kamloops Women's Resource Group Society 


46,875 


1,165,694 

Women's Equality 

46,875 


83,850 


Kamloops Youth Resources Society 


1,779,249 

1,069,323 


Health 

257,033 


12,521 


Social Services 

1,522,216 



27,328 

Kamp Felicity 


27,487 

27,328 


Social Services 

27,487 



33,063 

Kampman, A 


29,516 

33,063 


Social Services 

29,516 



38,516 

Kams, Joan 


31,287 

38,516 


Social Services 

31,287 



42,604 

Kane, Barbara J, Dr 


34,553 

42,604 


Health 

34,553 



187,259 

Kangas Family Daycare 


23,149 

187,259 


Social Services 

23,149 



119,760 

Kapiniak, A 


45,689 

119,760 


Social Services 

45,689 



324,733 

Karalot Daycare-No 3 


21,886 

324,733 


Social Services 

21,886 



922,433 

Karalot PALS Management Inc 


181,144 

905,058 


Social Services 

181,144 


17,375 


Kardel Consulting Services Inc 


1,651,573 


303,073 

Health 

956,141 


303,073 


Social Services 

695,432 




Karpoff & B Karpoff, S 


34,730 


85,838 

Social Services 

34,730 


80,853 


Kaska Inc 


40,000 

4,985 


Aboriginal Affairs 

40,000 



42,071 

Kaslo & District Chamber of Commerce 


36,578 

42,071 


Social Services 

36,578 



68,295 

Kaslo Golf & Country Club 


29,933 

68,295 


Social Services 

29,933 




Kavanagh, S 


22,845 


2,721,539 

Social Services 

22,845 


1,839,102 


Kayes, Carol C 


22,848 

882,437 


Social Services 

22,848 



20,000 

KCI Medical Canada Inc 


14,738 

20,000 


Social Services 

14,738 



12,000 

Kearney, T 


30,516 

12,000 


Social Services 

30,516 



867,685 

Keating, M 


46,418 

69,271 


Health 

46,418 


666,666 


Keefer Laundry (1 970) Ltd 


31,097 

125,748 


Attorney General 

31,097 


6,000 


Kelemen, M 


11,699 


153,810 

Social Services 

1 1 ,699 


153,810 


Kellendonk, C 


41,210 


45,107 

Health 

24,785 


45,107 


Social Services 

16,425 



23,568 

Keller, F 


31,711 

23,568 


Social Services 

31,711 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


Kelley, Celina, Dr 

Health 

Kelly Lake Housing Society 

Aboriginal Affairs 

Social Services 

Kelly's Tendercare Day Care 

Social Services 

Kelly, Lynda J 

Social Services 

Kelowna & Area Aids Resources Education & 

Support Society 

Health 

Kelowna & District Arts Council 

Tourism 

Kelowna & District Boys & Girls Club 

Government Services 

Health 

Social Services 

Kelowna & District Hospital Society 

Health 

Kelowna & District Minor Baseball Association .. 

Government Services 

Kelowna & District Society for Community 

Living 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Kelowna & District Society for People In Motion. 

Health 

Kelowna Antique Fire Apparatus Society 

Government Services 

Kelowna Art Gallery Association 

Tourism 

Kelowna Campus Daycare Society 

Social Services 

Kelowna Centennial Museum & National Exhibit 

Centre 

Social Services 

Tourism 

Kelowna Chamber of Commerce 

Economic Development 

Tourism 

Kelowna Child Care Society 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Kelowna Christian Centre Society 

Education 

Kelowna Community Development Society 

Social Services 

Kelowna Community Resource & Crisis Centre 

Society 

Social Services 

Kelowna Community YM-YWCA 

Social Services 

Kelowna Economic Recovery & Employment De- 

velopmentAssociation 

Social Services 

Kelowna Family Service Centre Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Kelowna General Hospital 

Health 

Social Services 

Kelowna General Hospital Pharmacy 

Health 

Kelowna Gospel Mission Society 

Social Services 

Kelowna Home Support Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Kelowna Mediation Association 

Attorney General 

Kelowna Society for Christian Education 

Education 


193 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


46,795 

Kelowna Womens Resource Centre Society 


48,104 

46,795 


Social Services 

1,229 



22,500 

Women's Equality 

46,875 


1 7,500 


Kendrick, Jennette 


12,688 

5,000 


Social Services 

12,688 



19,244 

Kennedy & Associates 


44,850 

19,244 


Health 

43,000 



36,299 

Social Services 

1,850 


36,299 


Kennedy & C Jenneson, H 


27,783 



Social Services 

27,783 



12,000 

Kennedy House Seniors Building Society 


300,000 

1 2,000 


Government Services 

300,000 



15,270 

Kennedy, Frances 


22,845 

15,270 


Social Services 

22,845 



797,038 

Kennedy, L 


104,010 

1,300 


Social Services 

104,010 


76,348 


Kennedy, S 


11,526 

719,390 


Social Services 

11,526 



79,291,129 

Kensington Community Centre 


26,205 

79,291,129 


Social Services 

26,205 



16,354 

Kensington Private Hospital 


18,355 

16,354 


Social Services 

18,355 




Kenward Family Care Home 


14,155 


1,039,382 

Health 

14,155 


1,385 


Keremeos & District Chamber of Commerce 


26,488 

1,015,497 


Economic Development 

13,060 


22,500 


Social Services 

7,498 



319,189 

Tourism 

5,930 


319,189 


Keremeos & District Home Support Services 


343,861 


12,336 

Health 

305,983 


12,336 


Social Services 

37,878 



21,000 

Keremeos & District Home Support Services 



21,000 


Adult Daycare 


25,667 


55,061 

Health 

25,667 


55,061 


Keremeos Diagnostic & Treatment Centre 


319,318 



Health 

319,318 



77,375 

Kermode Friendship Society 


205,852 

13,875 


Aboriginal Affairs 

30,000 


63,500 


Health 

103,736 



46,855 

Social Services 

72,116 


13,000 


Kern, M 


20,359 

33,855 


Social Services 

20,359 



233,054 

Kernohan & R Kernohan, E 


63,302 

1,300 


Social Services 

63,302 


118,900 


Kernohan, R 


132,266 

112,854 


Social Services 

132,266 



423,003 

Kerr & Clint Kerr, Carol 


45,581 

423,003 


Social Services 

45,581 



542,176 

Kerr, C G, Dr 


84,642 

542,176 


Health 

84,642 




Kerr, Elsie L 


40,995 


153,374 

Social Services 

40,995 


153,374 


Kersbergen, A 


34,270 


10,243 

Social Services 

34,270 


10,243 


Kersten & P Kersten, J 


18,175 



Social Services 

18,175 



872,128 

Kersten, G M, Dr 


10,753 

872,128 


Social Services 

10,753 



142,894 

Kersten, j 


131,790 

137,894 


Social Services 

131,790 


5,000 


Kestrc 


477,724 


351,366 

Social Services 

477,724 


216,109 


Ketler, Sandy 


34,860 

135,257 


Social Services 

34,860 



14,825 

Kettle Friendship Society 


200,843 

14,825 


Health 

200,843 



216,416 

Kettle Museum Society 


32,000 

216,416 


Government Services 

32,000 



2,612,756 

Kevin Lodge Rest Home 


342,168 

2,597,566 


Health 

314,704 


15,190 


Social Services 

27,464 



20,790 

KF Kompufind/Kidfinders Foundation 


60,000 

20,790 


Health 

60,000 



1,048,536 

Khatcherian, M Joyce 


10,762 

1,048,536 


Social Services 

10,762 



PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


I 94 


Kianti Daycare 

Ministry 

$ 

Total 

$ 

29,739 

Kimberley Special Care Home Society 

Ministry 

$ 

Social Services 

29,739 


Health 

1,563,823 



31,211 

Social Services 

1,594 

Social Services 

31,211 

Kindale Developmental Association 

Kid's World Early Childhood Centre Ltd 


88,379 

Government Services 

50,250 

Social Services 

Kidcare Daycare 

88,379 

29,435 

Social Services 

Kinderplace of OS N S 

1,240,539 

Social Services 

Kidd &W Kidd, M 

29,435 

28,989 

Social Services 

King & Milton King, Ellen 

35,799 

Social Services 

Kiddie Kollege 

28,989 

21,990 

Health 

King Edward Motor Hotel 

16,237 

Social Services 

Kiddie Kollege Educare-Langley 

21,990 

103,959 

Social Services 

King, L 

14,700 

Social Services 

103,959 


Health 

3,373 

Kiddie Kollege Murrayville 

Social Services 

Kiddie Lane Day Care (Surrey) 

13,150 

13,150 

84,858 

Social Services 

Kingfisher Environmental Interpretive Center So- 
ciety 

8,395 

Social Services 

Kiddies Korner-Kamloops 

84,858 

43,807 

Social Services 

Kingsway Christian Childrens Centre 

20,976 

Social Services 

Kiddy College Day Care 

43,807 

19,725 

Social Services 

Kingswood Manor 

139,423 

Social Services 

19,725 


Health 

285,319 

Kiddy Time Family Daycare 

Social Services 

10,543 

10,543 

Social Services 

Kinnie, D 

85,861 



16,950 

Social Services 

21,151 

Government Services 

8,779 

Kinsmen Club of Cranbrook 

Social Services 

Kids Club Child Care Centre Ltd 

8,171 

100,495 

Government Services 

Kinsmen Club of Dawson Creek 

22,720 

Social Services 

Kids Connection Childcare Centre 

100,495 

14,520 

Government Services 

Kinsmen Club of Juan de Fuca 

25,141 

Social Services 

Kids Corner Daycare 

14,520 

v 105,755 

Government Services 

Kinsmen Club of Ladysmith 

80,272 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

91,200 

14,555 


Government Services 

Kinsmen Club of Langley 

11,959 

Kids Kare Center 

Social Services 

12,589 

12,589 

Social Services 

Kinsmen Club of Maple Ridge 

57,298 

Kids Place Early Childhood Centre 

Social Services 

31,948 

31,948 

Government Services 

Kinsmen Club of Merritt & District 

22,507 

Kids Street Daycare 

Social Services 

16,196 

16,196 

Government Services 

Kinsmen Club of Nanaimo 

18,543 

Kids-lnn 2 

Social Services 

17,288 

17,288 

Government Services 

Kinsmen Club of Oliver 

17,146 

Kids-lnn Daycare 

Social Services 

85,560 

85,560 

Government Services 

Kinsmen Club of Penticton 

12,105 

Kiefiuk, M 


23,620 

Government Services 

42,374 

Health 

Kilby Museum Historical Society 

23,620 

73,940 

Social Services 

Kinsmen Club of Port Coquitlam 

42,556 

Social Services 

Kilmer Childrens Centre Inc 

73,940 

42,938 

Government Services 

Kinsmen Club of Saanich 

27,894 

Social Services 

Kilpatrick, N 

42,938 

13,200 

Government Services 

Kinsmen Club of Salmon Arm 

10,958 

Social Services 

13,200 


Government Services 

4,530 

Kim's Family Daycare (Nanaimo) 

Social Services 

14,220 

14,220 

Social Services 

Kinsmen Club of Westbank 

19,125 

Kimbelee Place Ltd 

Social Services 

30,274 

30,274 

Government Services 

Kinsmen Place Lodge 

22,579 

Kimbercare Korner 

64,269 

Health 

3,570,902 

Social Services 

Kimberley & District Home Support Service Soci- 

64,269 


Social Services 

Kinsmen Rehabilitation Foundation of B C 

39,709 

ety 

Health 

793,125 

864,948 

Health 

Kinsmen Retirement Centre 

89,575 

Social Services 

71,823 


Government Services 

552 

Kimberley & District Hospital Society 


4,261,494 

Health 

2,423,566 

Health 

Kimberley BavarianSociety 

4,261,494 

23,726 

Social Services 

Kinsmen Retirement Centre Adult Day Care 

4,587 

Economic Development 

Tourism 

13,000 

10,726 


Health 

KintecOrthotics 

78,226 

Kimberley Christian School Society 

Education 

20,606 

20,606 

Social Services 

Kipp-Mallery Pharmacy 

16,454 

Kimberley Community Development 


28,448 

Health 

7,228 

Social Services 

Kimberley Public Library Association 

28,448 

27,470 

Social Services 

Kirby, A 

36,446 

Municipal Affairs 

Kimberley Ski & Summer Resort Society 

27,470 

90,230 

Social Services 

Kirk, A 

37,641 

Social Services 

90,230 


Social Services 

32,629 


Total 

$ 

1,565,417 

1,290,789 

35,799 

16,237 

14,700 

11,768 

20,976 

139,423 

371,180 

21,151 

22,720 

25,141 

80,272 

11,959 

57,298 

22,507 

18,543 

17,146 

12,105 

84,930 

27,894 

10,958 

23,655 

22,579 

3,610,611 

89,575 

2,428,705 

78,226 

16,454 

43,674 

37,641 

32,629 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


Ministry 

$ 


Kirk-Foreman, C 

Social Services 

75,699 

75,699 

Women's Equality .. 

Kitsi lano Showboat Society 

2,200 

Kirkby, D 

34,729 

56,858 

34,729 

Social Services 

Kitwancool Band Council 

16,214 

Kirkham & H Kirkham, V 

Social Services 

56,858 

Government Services 

Kiwanis Care Homes Ltd 

198,844 

Kirklevy, J 


24,627 

Health 

2,202,603 

Social Services 

Kirklevy, Stella 

24,627 

16,598 

Social Services 

Kiwanis Club of Dawson Creek 

7,032 

Social Services 

Kirkpatrick, J R, Dr 

16,598 

29,445 

Government Services 

Kiwanis Club of Gllangcolme 

21,452 

Health 

Kiro Manor 

29,445 

2,269,214 

Attorney General 

Kiwanis Club of North Vancouver 

10,000 

Health 

Kiro Manor Adult Day Care 

2,269,214 

21,613 

Government Services 

Kiwanis Club of Oliver 

24,426 

Health 

Kispiox Band Council 

21,613 

14,654 

Government Services 

Kiwanis Club of Squamish Valley 

10,294 

Attorney General 

Health 

1,304 

4,354 


Social Services 

Kiwanis Club of Victoria 

32,198 

Social Services 

8,996 


Attorney General 

1,369 



71,762 

Government Services 

1,584 

22,643 

Aboriginal Affairs 

Attorney General 

29,700 

42,062 

Social Services 

Kiwanis House Society 

Kitching, Rob 


21,857 

Health 

425,133 

Social Services 

Kitimat 1 993 Winter Games Society 

Social Services 

21,857 

22,919 

22,919 

Social Services 

Kiwanis Intermediate Care Society of New West- 
minster 

97,552 

Kitimat Association for Community Living 


60,469 

Health 

1,631,471 

Social Services 

60,469 

23,428 

Social Services 

Kiwanis Ladies Auxiliary 

8,395 

Government Services 

Tourism 

9,928 

13,500 

Health 

Kiwanis Lodge 

14,405 

Kitimat Chamber of Commerce 


29,189 

Health 

2,320,457 

Economic Development 

Social Services 

13,000 

8,869 


Social Services 

Kiwanis Senior Housing Society of West Vancouver 

15,387 

Tourism 

7,320 


Health 

1,484,101 

Kitimat Child Development Centre Association .. 
Health 

171,675 

450,929 

Social Services 

Kiwanis Villa Society of Victoria 

8,395 

Social Services 

Kitimat Community Services Society 

279,254 

230,872 

Health 

Kiwanis Vil lage Adult Day Care Centre 

786,123 

Attorney General 

Health 

15,432 

1 5,000 


Health 

Kiwanis Village Care Home 

10,294 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

1 80,440 
20,000 


Health 

Kiwassa Housing Society 

1,020,900 

Kitimat Daycare Centre 

Social Services 

15,459 

15,459 

Social Services . 

Kiwassa Neighbourhood Services Association ... 

21,079 

Kitimat General Hospital 


30,420 

Education 

27,815 

5,000 

Health 

160 

Health 

Social Services 

30,260 


Social Services 

303,526 

Kitimat General Hospital Society 

Health 

7,783,753 

7,783,753 

Women's Equality 

Klages, D 

66,932 

Kitimat Home Support Society 

Government Services 

8,300 

227,336 

255,855 

Social Services 

Klahani Recreation Association 

18,773 

Health 


Government Services 

19,768 

Social Services 

Kitimat Lions Foster Home Association 

20,219 

12,318 

Municipal Affairs 

Klassen & D Klassen, M 

250 

Social Services 

Kitimat Lions Group Home Society 

12,318 

12,358 

Social Services 

Klassen, D 

11,779 

Social Services 

Kitimat Public Library Association 

12,358 

31,415 

Social Services 

Klassen, Diane 

11,171 

Municipal Affairs 

Kitimat-Stikine Regional Hospital District 

31,415 

35,875 

Social Services 

Klee Wyck Childrens Centre 

63,841 

Health 

35,875 


Government Services 

2,046 

Kitkatla Band Council 


27,400 

Social Services 

26,290 

Economic Development 

Kitsilano Area Child Care Society 

27,400 

34,875 

Women's Equality 

Klein & Associates Inc, H 

3,153 

Social Services 

Kitsilano Community Centre 

34,875 

1 1 7,962 

Social Services 

Klemm, E 

643,345 

Government Services 

Social Services 

116,666 

1,296 


Social Services 

Klinka, Jan, Dr 

65,595 

Kitsilano Day Care Centre 

Social Services 

79,049 

79,049 

Health 

Klomp & H Klomp, G 

85,625 

Kitsilano Neighbourhood House 

Attorney General 

3,014 

14,157 

Social Services 

Klughart, M 

114,750 

Social Services 

8,943 


Social Services 

58,991 


195 

Total 

$ 

16,214 

198,844 

2,209,635 

21,452 

10,000 

24,426 

10,294 

32,198 

25,596 

522,685 

1,639,866 

14,405 

2,335,844 

1,492,496 

786,123 
10,294 
1 ,020,900 
21,079 
403,273 

18,773 

20,018 

11,779 

11,171 

63,841 

31,489 

643,345 

65,595 

85,625 

114,750 

58,991 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


196 


Klynsoon, H 

Health 

Social Services 

Kmart Canada Ltd 

Social Services 

Knight & J Meyer, L 

Health 

Knight, B M 

Health 

Social Services 

Knight, C 

Municipal Affairs 

Social Services 

Knight, P 

Health 

Knights of Columbus 

Government Services 

Knowledge Network of the West 

CommunicationsAuthority 

Education 

Knox Out of School Care 

Social Services . 

Knox, M I 

Health 

Knudskov, I 

Social Services 

Kobus, D 

Social Services 

Koch, K 

Social Services 

Koecher, D . 

Social Services 

Koehler, P 

Social Services 

Kogan, C, Dr 

Health 

Koh, A 

Social Services 

Kokoro Dance Theatre Society 

Tourism 

Kolumbia Inn Daycare Society 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Komm, Leanne 

Health 

Konopasek & F Konopasek, E 

Social Services 

Konrad & K Konrad, R 

Social Services 

Kootenay Boundary Regional Hospital District ... 

Health 

Kootenay Columbia Child Care Society 

Government Services 

Health 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Kootenay Country Tourist Association 

Tourism 

Kootenay Cultural Network of the Rockies 

Tourism 

Kootenay Doukhobor Historical Society 

Social Services 

Kootenay Kare 

Health 

Social Services 

Kootenay Lake District Hospital 

Attorney General 

Health 

Social Services 

Kootenay Lake District Hospital & Health Ser- 
vices Society 

Health 

Kootenay Lake Historical Society 

Government Services 

Social Services 


Ministry 

$ 

15,866 

8,395 

21,212 

50,417 

8,222 

4,300 

900 

90,908 

31,279 

46,171 

300,000 

14,776 

11,745 

30,811 

10,548 

26,522 

85,832 

38.500 

31,186 

17,724 

21,000 

41,438 

214,114 

19,664 

25,332 

1 7,062 

29,669 

54,700 

33,000 

284,056 

82,631 

293,296 

1 7.500 

48,781 

1 7,683 
185,216 

58 

121,620 

249 

10,996,413 

500 

27,155 


Total 

$ 

24,261 

21,212 
50,41 7 

12.522 

91,808 

31,279 

46,171 

300,000 

14,776 

11,745 

30,811 

10,548 

26.522 
85,832 

38.500 
31,186 
17,724 
21,000 

255,552 

19,664 
25,332 
1 7,062 
29,669 
454,387 

293,296 

1 7.500 
48,781 

202,899 

121,927 

10,996,413 

27,655 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

Kootenay Lake T V Society 60,1 00 

Economic Development 60,100 

Kootenay Livestock Association 35,929 

Agriculture 20,000 

Transportation 15,929 

Kootenay Museum Association & Historical Society 25,199 

Social Services 1 6,1 99 

Tourism 9,000 

Kootenay School of the Arts 12,000 

Tourism 12,000 

Kootenay Society for Community Living Castlegar 

Branch 799,515 

Government Services 108 

Social Services 799,407 

Kootenay Society for Community Living Cranbrook 104,509 

Social Services 1 04,509 

Kootenay Society for Community Living Creston. 3,286,778 

Health 563,006 

Social Services 2,723,772 

Kootenay Society for Community Living Nelson . 55,698 

Social Services 55,698 

Kopat & R Kopat, M 33,223 

Social Services 33,223 

Kopernik Lodge 2,065,957 

Health 2,065,587 

Social Services 370 

Kopp, Tilly 26,638 

Social Services 26,638 

Koppany, C 12,319 

Social Services 11,625 

Women's Equality 694 

Kornet & J Kornet, J 47,422 

Social Services 47,422 

Kougakuin International Institute 82,1 60 

Education 82,160 

Kovacs, M C, Dr 1 34,079 

Health 134,079 

Kozak & j Kozak, B 16,143 

Social Services 1 6, 1 43 

Kozak, E 31,452 

Social Services 31 ,452 

Kranenborg, S 59,425 

Social Services 59,425 

Kreut, J 58,716 

Social Services 58,71 6 

Kriik, V, Dr 30,461 

Health 30,461 

Kropp, R, Dr 26,772 

Health 26,772 

Kruet, J 11,725 

Social Services 1 1 ,725 

Kruz, Julia 35,229 

Social Services 35,229 

Krywaniuk, L, Dr 32,221 

Health 30,311 

Social Services 1,910 

Ksan Association 25,230 

Social Services 14,730 

Tourism 10,500 

Ksan House Society 766,308 

Attorney General 89,825 

Health 364,227 

Social Services 312,256 

Ktunaxa/Kinbasket Tribal Council 1 1 2,288 

Attorney General 1,000 

Education 40,000 

Social Services 71,288 

Ku-Li-Lu Circle of Health 43,455 

Health 43,455 

Kuchapski, D 30,856 

Social Services 30,856 

Kuchenmuller, M 45,058 

Health 45,058 

Kuerbis, J 16,166 

Social Services 1 6, 1 66 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


Kuhn & T Kuhn, B... 

Social Services 

Kurbatoff, G 

Health 

Kurjata, Ruth 

Social Services 

Kurt, Barbara 

Social Services 

Kurz, S 

Social Services 

Kuyper & C Kuyper, D 

Social Services 

Kuzma, J 

Social Services 

Kwakiutl District Council 

Aboriginal Affairs 

Kwakiutl Indian Band 

Aboriginal Affairs 

Agriculture 

Education 

Government Services 

Kwantlen College 

Advanced Education 

Education 

Social Services 

Tourism 

Women's Equality 

Kwantlen College-Richmond Campus Daycare.. 

Social Services 

Kwaw Kwaw Apilt Indian Band 

Finance 

Kwicksutaineuk-Ha-Wha-Meese Indian Band... 

Economic Development 

Kydeaz Family Daycare 

Social Services 

Kyle, J L, Dr 

Health 

Kyne, P T, Dr 

Health 

L & T Services Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

L C H Holdings Ltd 

Social Services 

L'Arche Greater Vancouver 

Government Services 

Social Services 

L'Arche Victoria 

Health 

Social Services 

L'Chaim Adult Daycare Centre 

Health 

L'Ecole Bilingue Kindercare Society 

Social Services 

La Charcuterie 

Social Services 

La FeteColumbienne Des Enfants 

Advanced Education 

Education 

Municipal Affairs 

La Riviere, Keith 

Attorney General 

La Rosa De Matsqui Rest Home Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

La Societe De La Garderie Et De La Prematernelle 

Francophones De Victoria 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Laberge & L Laberge, A 

Social Services 

Labounty, Isabel 

Social Services 

Labro Manor 


I 97 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


102,038 

85,420 

32,289 

18,567 

43,079 

17,162 

18,456 

30.000 

1,000 

15,300 

10,667 

4,405 

39,105,326 

139,100 

733 

800 

500 

19,991 

33,129 

36,500 

12,825 

19,650 

22,626 

396,940 

91,805 

13,887 

4,068 

888,089 

103,992 

692,174 

78,728 

15,139 

13.001 

2,000 
1 1 0,000 
750 

14,790 

292,311 

23,930 


1,017 

8,453 

5,000 

49,649 

24,506 


102,038 

85,420 

32,289 

18,567 

43,079 

17,162 

18,456 

30.000 
31,372 

39,246,459 

19,991 

33,129 

36,500 

12,825 

19,650 

22,626 

488,745 

13,887 

892,157 

796,166 

78,728 

15,139 

13.001 
112,750 

14,790 

316,241 

14,470 

49,649 

24,506 

256,344 


Health : 

Labro, Leui 

Health 

Social Services 

Labron Mobility Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Lacroix & Associates 

Social Services 

Ladd, Kim 

Social Services 

Ladhani Inc, A, Dr 

Attorney General 

Health 

Social Services 

Ladner Christian School Society 

Education 

Ladner Private Hospital Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Ladouceur, N 

Social Services 

Lady Minto Gulf Islands Hospital, The 

Health 

Ladysmith & District Hospital Association 

Health 

Ladysmith Children's Centre 

Social Services 

Ladysmith Employment Assistance Society 

Social Services 

Ladysmith Nursery School Society 

Social Services 

Lafarge Canada Inc 

Environment 

Lafortune, C 

Health 

Social Services 

Lafreniere, S 

Social Services 

Lagarde, Robert 

Social Services 

Lagotte, M 

Social Services 

Laichkwiltach Family Life Program 

Women's Equality 

Laine, Adriana 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Lake Babine Band 

Social Services 

Lakes Development Society 

Economic Development 

Lakes District Safe Haven Home Society 

Social Services 

Lakes District Senior Citizens Transportation Sys- 
tem 

Health 

Lakeside Lodge 

Health 

Lakeview Church Day Care Centre 

Social Services 

Lakewood House 

Health 

Social Services 

Lakey, W, Dr 

Health 

Lakusta, G D 

Health 

Social Services 

Lalonde, Patricia 

Social Services 

Lamberg, G 

Social Services 

Lambier, B 

Social Services 


256,344 

198,195 

83,048 


115,147 

10,350 

5,091 


5,259 

117,301 

117,301 

57,705 

57,705 

1 05,446 

356 


104,943 


147 

339,761 

339,761 

2,338,566 

2,317,586 


20,980 

27,170 

27,170 

3,489,159 

3,489,159 

3,769,179 

3,769,179 

31,773 

31,773 

65,096 

65,096 

11,767 

11,767 

849,738 

849,738 

15,675 

1 1 ,000 


4,675 

16,650 

16,650 

34,200 

34,200 

11,816 

11,816 

10,700 

10,700 

16,531 

1 6,009 


522 

26,229 

26,229 

55,667 

55,667 

84,628 

84,628 

10,000 

10,000 

150,124 

150,124 

60,057 

60,057 

92,485 

53,263 

39,222 

119,008 

1 1 9,008 

24,061 

14,497 


9,564 

15,194 

15,194 

34,226 

34,226 

15,607 

15,607 



198 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Lamboo, Christa 

Social Services 

Lampitt, Julie 

Social Services 

Lancaster Medical Supplies & Prescriptions 1 

Social Services 

Landry, Marie Anne C 

Health 

Social Services 

Lane, M 

Social Services 

Lang, J 

Social Services 

Lange, Gertrod 

Health 

Social Services 

Langford Knights of Columbus 

Government Services 

Langham Cultural Society 

Social Services 

Tourism 

Langille, P 

Social Services 

Langley Arts Council 

Tourism 

Langley Association for the Handicapped (Bridge 

Achievement Centre) 

Health 

Social Services 

Langley Association of Bingos 

Government Services 

Langley Awning Co Ltd 

Social Services 

Langley Centennial Museum & National Exhibi- 
tion Centre 

Tourism 

Langley Chamber of Commerce 

Economic Development 

Tourism 

Langley Christian School Society 

Education 

Langley College of Trade & Commerce 

Attorney General 

Langley Community Music School 

Tourism 

Langley Family Services Association 

Education 

Government Services 

Health 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Langley Home Support Service Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Langley Meals-On-Wheels 

Health 

Langley Memorial Hospital 

Health 

Social Services 

Langley Mustangs Track Club 

Government Services 

Langley Pre-School Developmental Associa- 
tion 

Social Services 

Langley Senior Resources Society 

Government Services 

Health 

Langley Special Care Home Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Langley Stepping-Stone Rehabilitative Society ... 

Health 

Langley YMCA-YWCA 

Social Services 

Langtec Industries Ltd 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


13,002 

Environment 

16,340 


13,002 


Lansdowne Grove Daycare 


34,404 


18,150 

Social Services 

34,404 


18,150 


Lansdowne Murdoch Daycare 


96,226 


32,857 

Social Services 

96,226 


32,857 


Lantzville Improvement District 


15,136 


12,041 

Government Services 

15,136 


4,941 


Laren House Society 


12,858 

7,100 


Attorney General 

12,858 



10,789 

Large & L Large, G 


39,351 

10,789 


Social Services 

39,351 



21,042 

Large Memorial Hospital of the United Church of 



21,042 


Canada, R W 


1,517,112 


92,247 

Health 

1,517,112 


12,695 


Laroche, Tom 


37,076 

79,552 


Attorney General 

37,076 



32,919 

Larocque, M 


34,372 

32,919 


Social Services 

34,372 



69,765 

Lars Enterprises Ltd 


16,043 

56,555 


Social Services 

16,043 


13,210 


Larsen, C 


11,425 


16,575 

Social Services 

11,149 


16,575 


Women's Equality 

276 



12,227 

Lasko, Phyllis 


11,922 

12,227 


Social Services : 

11,922 




Lasqueti Community Association 


10,000 


2,551,894 

Women's Equality 

1 0,000 


657,335 


Latorre, R A 


200,264 

1,894,559 


Health 

200,264 



63,279 

Lau, E T, Dr 


21,166 

63,279 


Health 

21,166 



12,262 

Laurel House Society 


1,097,145 

12,262 


Social Services 

1,097,145 




Laurel Lodge Ltd 


481,079 


27,000 

Health 

476,419 


27,000 


Social Services 

4,660 



21,736 

Laurel Prescriptions 


27,820 

1 3,000 


Health 

6,336 


8,736 


Social Services 

21,484 



920,674 

Laurentian Pacific Insurance 


1,987,212 

920,674 


Education 

1,987,21 2 



35,496 

Laurier Court 


275,763 

35,496 


Health 

275,763 



19,000 

Laurin, Judith 


1 7,559 

19,000 


Social Services 

17,559 



1,231,784 

Lavelle, PA, Dr 


59,328 

30,000 


Health 

59,328 


8,095 


Lavoie, Lauranna K 


29,985 

410,001 


Health 

25,304 


663,751 


Social Services 

4,681 


119,937 


Law Courts Education Society of B C 


95,000 


2,006,265 

Attorney General 

55,000 


1,815,313 


Education 

40,000 


190,952 


Law, C 


13,116 


11,233 

Social Services 

13,116 


11,233 


Lawler, Constance 


30,055 


35,940,053 

Health 

14,096 


35,897,675 


Social Services 

15,959 


42,378 


Lawley & M Lawley, W 


14,801 


177,773 

Social Services 

14,801 


177,773 


Lawrence, B 


32,594 



Social Services 

32,594 



138,086 

Lawrence, J 


20,815 

1 38,086 


Social Services 

20,815 



551,011 

Laws, G, Dr 


96,519 

286,978 


Health 

96,519 


264,033 


Lawson Consulting & Clinical Psychologist Inc, 




3,632,053 

David M 


43,939 

3,623,658 


Health 

43,939 


8,395 


Lawson Travel, P 


31,990 


321,007 

Social Services 

31,990 


321,007 


Lax'Skiik 


29,829 


57,852 

Aboriginal Affairs 

29,829 


57,852 


Laycock, H 


43,042 


16,340 

Social Services 

43,042 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


Ministry 

$ 


Laye, R, Dr 

Health 

Lazar, Cary, Dr 

Health 

LBD School of Business Inc 

Social Services 

Le Scieller, Josyanne 

Social Services 

Le'Lum'El Day Care 

Social Services 

Leahy, K 

Social Services 

Learn & Play Childrens Center 

Social Services 

Learning Disabilities Association of B C 

Education 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Learning Resource Materials 

Education 

Learning Tree Daycare 

Social Services 

Leary, R 

Social Services 

Leavitt & D Leavitt, T 

Social Services 

Leblanc & G Leblanc, J 

Social Services 

Leboe & J Leboe, T 

Social Services 

Lechner, Rose 

Social Services 

Leclair, R 

Social Services 

Lecomte Estate Winery Ltd 

Agriculture 

Lecomte Vineyards 

Agriculture 

Ledoux, I 

Social Services 

Leduc, Harold O 

Attorney General 

Lee & M Lee, A 

Health 

Lee Hospital Foundation, R E M, Dr 

Government Services 

Lee, A 

Social Services 

Lee, A 

Social Services 

Lee, A H J 

Social Services 

Lee, D, Dr 

Social Services 

Lee, Grace 

Social Services 

Lee, W, Dr 

Social Services 

Leech & B Leech, P 

Social Services 

Leech, H 

Social Services 

Lefimil & A M Lefimil, M 

Health 

Lefler, Linda 

Health 

Social Services 

Legacy Ability Products & Services Inc.. 

Health 

Social Services 

Legal Services Society of B C 

Aboriginal Affairs 

Attorney General 

Education 

Health 


14,610 

98,231 

59,174 

12,325 

73,815 

22,846 

294,923 

20,000 

1,461 

23,850 

3,845,541 

52,424 

12,878 

10,599 

51,250 

10,458 

12,485 

47,211 

92,217 

12,584 

45,622 

21,704 

155,076 

14,565 

13,923 

1 7,482 

26,229 

43,177 

32,204 

46,236 

27,279 

31,044 

21,698 

12,695 

8,395 

48 

305,280 

21,375 

86,584,261 

121,787 

95 


14,610 

98,231 

59,174 

12,325 

73,815 

22,846 

294,923 

45,311 

3,845,541 

52,424 

12,878 

10,599 

51,250 

10,458 

12,485 

47,211 

92,217 

12,584 

45,622 

21,704 

155,076 

14,565 

13,923 

17,482 

26,229 

43,177 

32,204 

46,236 

27,279 

31,044 

21,698 

21,090 

305,328 

86,727,518 


Legaspi, O 

Health 31,950 

Legaspi, S 

Social Services 48,053 

Legg, B 

Health 38,603 

Legislative Dining Room 

Legislation 270,000 

Lehman & R Lehman, D 

Social Services 1 9,969 

Lehman, L 

Social Services 22,521 

Leiding, E 

Social Services 42,503 

Leishman Child Care Centre 

Social Services 84,873 

Lemieux, Marlene 

Social Services 36,549 

Lenoble, M 

Social Services 21 ,401 

Lens Masters 

Social Services 1 0,402 

Lenscrafters 

Social Services 35,1 59 

Leonhardt, S 

Attorney General 3,052 

Social Services 29,229 

Leonie Family Daycare 

Social Services 1 9,025 

Lerner, M 

Social Services 1 7,735 

Leroux Addiction Counselling Services, Pierre ... 

Health 61,235 

Leroy, Marvin 

Social Services 10,437 

Les Stranges, Alice 

Social Services 80,860 

Leslie, B 

Social Services 29,478 

Lesoway, D 

Social Services 71,164 

Letang, S 

Social Services 35,348 

Letko-Omkin & Associates Enterprises Inc 

Attorney General 260,000 

Social Services 992 

Leuck, D 

Health 31,375 

Leuck, E 

Social Services 22,977 

Levesque, Jeannine 

Social Services 20,359 

Levinson, J, Dr 

Health 30,273 

Levy, D 

Social Services 31 ,430 

Levy, J M, Dr 

Health 98,736 

Lewicki, Nicholas 

Attorney General 43,270 

Lewis & D Lewis, C 

Social Services 1 6,368 

Leyen Holdings Ltd 

Health 416,595 

Lheit— Lit'En Nation 

Aboriginal Affairs 10,000 

Government Services 9,000 

Social Services 33,523 

Liard River Indian Reserve 

Aboriginal Affairs 23,873 

Attorney General 31,332 

Liber Films Inc 

Education 20,000 

Liddle, P 

Social Services 203,495 


199 

Total 

$ 

31,950 

48,053 

38,603 

270,000 

19,969 

22,521 

42,503 

84,873 

36,549 

21.401 

10.402 
35,159 
32,281 

19,025 

17.735 
61,235 
10,437 
80,860 
29,478 
71,164 
35,348 

260,992 

31,375 

22,977 

20,359 

30,273 

31,430 

98.736 
43,270 
16,368 

416,595 

52,523 

55,205 

20,000 

203,495 


I 100 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Liebholz, Judy 

Social Services 

Liemlnc, P K S, Dr 

Attorney General 

Life Choices Consulting & Management Co 

Social Services 

Life Choices for Youth Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Life Line Society, The 

Government Services 

Health 

Social Services 

Life Skills Development Services 

Social Services 

Lifestyle Equity Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Ligertwood, D 

Social Services 

Lighthouse Christian Academy 

Education 

Lighthouse Recreation Commission 

Government Services 

Municipal Affairs 

Lihou, P ; 

Social Services 

Lillooet& District Chamber of Commerce 

Economic Development 

Lillooet & District Recreational Educational & 

Cultural Society 

Attorney General ' 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Lillooet & District Recreational Society 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Lillooet & District Rescue Society 

Government Services 

Lillooet District Hospital Society 

Health 

Lillooet Elks Lodge No 467 of the Benevolent & 

Protective Order of Elks of Canada 

Social Services 

Lillooet Friendship Centre Society 

Aboriginal Affairs 

Attorney General 

Health 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Lillooet Home Support Services Society 

Health 

Lillooet Indian Band 

Attorney General 

Finance 

Social Services 

Lillooet Intercare Society 

Health 

Lillooet Pastry & Bake Shoppe Ltd 

Social Services 

LillooetTribal Council 

Attorney General 

Education 

Lim, W 

Social Services 

Lindblad, Arthur 

Health 

Linden Lodge 

Social Services 

Linden Manor Rest Home 

Health 

Social Services 

Lindner, Bernetta 

Social Services 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


49,076 

Lindner, L 


11,526 

49,076 


Health 

11,526 



16,823 

Lindsay, Gail 


45,584 

16,823 


Health 

45,584 



238,465 

Lindsay, Janis 


33,794 

238,465 


Social Services 

33,794 



645,493 

Lindstrom Contracting Ltd, Ron 


65,022 

45,000 


Health 

65,022 


600,493 


Lingley, D, Dr 


12,872 


1,266,317 

Health 

12,872 


4,905 


Linnea Farm Society 


31,584 

979,101 


Education 

31,584 


282,311 


Linton, J 


11,230 


455,832 

Health 

11,230 


455,832 


Lintott, A 


10,016 


55,639 

Social Services 

10,016 


50,187 


Lions Club of Castlegar Selkirk 


38,529 

5,452 


Government Services 

38,529 



33,340 

Lions Club of Chilliwack Mount Cheam 


31,464 

33,340 


Government Services 

31,464 



171,137 

Lions Club of Clearwater 


48,137 

171,137 


Social Services 

48,137 



10,250 

Lions Club of Fort Langley 


15,152 

1 0,000 


Government Services 

15,152 


250 


Lions Club of Lytton : 


42,907 


22,200 

Government Services 

7,726 


22,200 


Social Services 

35,181 



13,000 

Lions Club of North Delta 


13,015 

1 3,000 


Government Services 

13,015 




Lions Club of North Surrey 


82,243 


46,122 

Government Services 

82,243 


8,995 


Lions Club of Parksville 


18,810 

1 7,496 


Government Services 

18,810 


19,573 


Lions Club of Sasquatch 


12,166 

58 


Government Services 

12,166 



166,913 

Lions Club of Saturna 


10,000 

166,666 


Government Services 

1 0,000 


247 


Lions Club of Stewart 


28,656 


14,829 

Social Services 

28,656 


14,829 


Lions Club of Trail 


10,530 


2,363,878 

Government Services 

10,530 


2,363,878 


Lions Club of Tsawwassen Boundary Bay 


29,267 



Government Services 

29,267 



28,682 

Lions Club of Vancouver Champlain 



28,682 


Heights 


18,869 


164,244 

Government Services 

1 8,869 


31,000 


Lions Club of Vedder River 


11,271 

20,900 


Government Services 

11,271 


56,374 


Lions Gate Hospital 


104,911 

38,070 


Health 

62,160 


17,900 


Social Services 

42,751 



180,731 

Lions Gate Hospital Pharmacy 


78,449 

180,731 


Health 

78,449 



113,606 

Lions Paraplegic Lodge 


60,431 

29,267 


Social Services 

60,431 


79,673 


Lister, Barbara 


22,845 

4,666 


Social Services 

22,845 



467,561 

Little Angel Care 


10,526 

467,561 


Social Services 

10,526 



1 1 ,092 

Little Bear Family Daycare 


15,180 

11,092 


Social Services 

15,180 



74,500 

Little Cherubs Family Daycare 


11,087 

49,500 


Social Services 

11,087 


25,000 


Little Critters Daycare 


19,410 


45,691 

Social Services 

19,410 


45,691 


Little Drummer Family Daycare 


22,681 


31,500 

Social Services 

22,681 


31,500 


Little Fawn Day Care 


59,065 


455,014 

Social Services 

59,065 


455,014 


Little Flower Children's Center 


22,922 


54,144 

Social Services 

22,922 


49,253 


Little Gaffer's 


10,397 

4,891 


Social Services 

10,397 



1 7,626 

Little Lamb Christian Preschool 


11,102 

17,626 


Social Services 

11,102 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


I 101 


Little Lambs Family Daycare-Langley 

Social Services 

Little Lambs Family Daycare-Richmond 

Social Services 

Little Loves Family Day Care 

Social Services 

Little Mountain Neighbourhood House 

Social Services 

Little Mountain Neighbourhood House Society .. 

Education 

Health 

Social Services 

Little Mountain Place 

Health 

Social Services 

Little Oak Academy, The 

Education 

Little Orchard Day Care 

Social Services 

Little People Centre 

Social Services 

Little Peoples Schoolhouse 

Social Services 

Little Rascals Daycare 2 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Little Rascals Daycare Ltd 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Little Rascals Family Daycare 

Social Services 

Little Red Hen Daycare 

Social Services 

Little Semlin Daycare 

Social Services 

Little Swiss Inn 

Social Services 

Little Triumphs Preschool 

Social Services 

Little Tykes Childcare 

Social Services 

Little Wings Day Care Society 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Littlefoot Family Daycare 

Social Services 

Living Skills Unlimited 

Health 

Living Waters Faith Fellowship Christian Academy 

Education 

Liya's Daycare 

Social Services 

Ljevar, R 

Social Services 

Lloyd & L Lloyd, A 

Social Services 

Lloyd, Debbie 

Social Services 

Lloyd, K 

Social Services 

Lloyds World Travel Service of Canada 

Social Services 

Lobel & Son Orthopaedic 

Social Services 

Lochhead, A 

Social Services 

Lockhart, Julie 

Health 

Logan Lake Health Care Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Logan Lake Y 

Government Services 

Lohrasbe, S, Dr 

Health 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


33,379 

Lombaert, V 


69,436 

33,379 


Social Services 

69,436 



11,679 

London Avenue Daycare Ltd 


32,036 

11,679 


Social Services 

32,036 



14,497 

London Drugs Ltd 


157,051 

14,497 


Social Services 

157,051 



20,383 

London Optical Ltd 


62,944 

20,383 


Health 

3,076 



718,755 

Social Services 

59,868 


25,300 


Lone Prairie Livestock Association 


60,900 

7,641 


Economic Development 

60,900 


685,814 


Long Beach Golf Course 


15,781 


2,641,153 

Social Services 

15,781 


2,614,945 


Lonsdale Creek Day Care 3-5s 


169,476 

26,208 


Social Services 

151,663 



87,623 

Women's Equality 

17,813 


87,623 


Looby, Helene 


15,139 


19,997 

Social Services 

15,139 


19,997 


Lookout Emergency Aid Society 


1,046,120 


144,299 

Health 

729,923 


144,299 


Social Services 

316,197 



12,935 

Loon Lake Road Community Recreational & Ag- 



12,935 


ricultural Society 


1 0,000 


52,939 

Government Services 

1 0,000 


50,259 


Loos, T 


42,651 

2,680 


Social Services 

42,651 



115,152 

Lord & J Lord, J 


16,781 

90,302 


Social Services 

16,781 


24,850 


Lord, E 


20,674 


20,020 

Social Services 

20,674 


20,020 


Loreth & Associates 


75,378 


17,124 

Health 

75,378 


17,124 


Lougheed Childrens Centre 


46,767 


44,296 

Social Services 

46,767 


44,296 


Louie & D Louie, G 


32,143 


54,885 

Social Services 

32,143 


54,885 


Louie Inc, D F, Dr 


27,497 


11,216 

Health 

27,497 


11,216 


Low, B 


36,422 


33,673 

Social Services 

36,422 


33,673 


Low, R 


29,725 


147,482 

Social Services 

29,725 


35,737 


Lowan & J Lowan, A 


113,484 

111,745 


Social Services 

113,484 



15,900 

Lowan, A 


99,068 

1 5,900 


Social Services 

99,068 



13,461 

Lower Fraser Valley Cerebral Palsy Association.. 


3,709,202 

13,461 


Health 

1,816,998 



10,019 

Social Services 

1,892,204 


10,019 


Lower Fraser Valley Exhibition Association 


140,943 


11,760 

Agriculture 

1 7,943 


11,760 


Government Services 

123,000 



82,363 

Lower Kootenay Indian Band Education Society. 


10,924 

82,363 


Education 

1,627 



43,208 

Women's Equality 

9,297 


43,208 


Lower Light Station Society 


24,770 


14,835 

Social Services 

24,770 


14,835 


Lower Mainland Commun ity Based Services Society 


1,267,630 


39,686 

Health 

517,244 


39,686 


Social Services 

750,386 



30,514 

Lower Mainland Community Housing 


16,844 

30,514 


Social Services 

1 6,844 



16,659 

Lower Mainland Head Injury Association 


63,447 

16,659 


Health 

63,447 



191,864 

Lower Mainland Horticultural Improvement As- 



191,864 


sociation 


10,000 


11,256 

Agriculture 

1 0,000 


11,256 


Lower Mainland Lesbian & Gay Benefits Society 


15,000 


287,473 

Women's Equality 

15,000 


276,233 


Lower Mainland Purpose Society for Youth & 



11,240 


Families 


204,079 


13,264 

Health 

39,404 


13,264 


Social Services 

164,675 



298,318 

Lower Mainland Society for Literacy & Employment 


1 6,000 

298,318 


Government Services 

16,000 



I 102 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Lower Similkameen Community Services Society 

Health 

Lower Similkameen Services Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Lowland Care Concepts Inc 

Health 

Loyal Nanaimo Bathtub Society 

Government Services 

Loyal Order of the Moose 

Government Services 

Luciano Fabian Day Care 

Social Services 

Ludvigson & C Ludvigson, D 

Social Services 

Lukey, Pauline 

Social Services 

Lumby & District Community Services Society ... 

Health 

Women's Equality 

Lumby Community Services Centre 

Health 

Social Services 

Lumley, E 

Social Services 

Lunderville, P, Dr 

Health 

Lunn, T 

Social Services 

Lupton, P L, Dr 

Health 

Luscombe, B 

Social Services 

Lustig, S D, Dr 

Health 

Luther Court Society 

Government Services 

Health 

Lutheran Schools Association of B C 

Education 

Lutke, J 

Social Services 

Lydiatt, Steve 

Social Services 

Lynam & Ian Lynam, Anne 

Social Services 

Lynam, Anne 

Social Services 

Lynch Development Inc, G T 

Social Services 

Lyness, G 

Social Services 

Lynn Daycare Centre, Grace 

Social Services 

Lynn Valley Day Care 

Social Services 

Lynndale Lodge 

Social Services 

Lyons, Branch 

Social Services 

Lyons, D 

Social Services 

Lyons, M 

Social Services 

Lysak, H 

Health 

Lytton & District Chamber of Commerce 

Economic Development 

Tourism 

M & M Consultants 

Health 

M & O Services Ltd 

Attorney General 

M B Laboratories Ltd 

Health 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


19,000 

M 1 S Group 


101,709 

19,000 


Health 

101,709 



15,119 

M M P Holdings Ltd : 


447,205 

2,596 


Health 

447,205 


12,523 


M S A Adult Day Care Centre 


91,638 


731,183 

Health 

91,638 


731,183 


MSA Halfway House Society 


1,052,524 


36,476 

Attorney General 

44,676 


36,476 


Health 

711,701 



11,871 

Social Services 

296,147 


11,871 


MSA Manor Society 


740,418 


48,782 

Health 

740,418 


48,782 


MSA Society for Mentally Handicapped 


529,401 


24,191 

Health 

341,515 


24,191 


Social Services 

187,886 



22,737 

M'Akola Social Services Society 


42,102 

22,737 


Social Services 

42,102 



23,588 

M2/W2 Association 


93,792 

14,988 


Attorney General 

68,202 


8,600 


Health 

25,590 



85,316 

Mabillard, D 


13,140 

31,597 


Health 

13,140 


53,719 


MacAndrew Lodge 


858,280 


28,458 

Health 

643,889 


28,458 


Social Services 

214,391 



20,066 

MacArthur, J 


34,199 

20,066 


Social Services 

34,199 



38,718 

Maccoy, E 


35,973 

38,718 


Social Services 

35,973 



38,797 

MacDonald & F MacDonald, E 


39,645 

38,797 


Social Services 

39,645 



11,136 

MacDonald & J MacDonald, J 


107,885 

11,136 


Social Services 

107,885 



33,771 

MacDonald's Prescriptions 2 


20,011 

33,771 


Health 

9,833 



1,617,020 

Social Services 

10,178 


16,778 


MacDonald, D 


23,079 

1,600,242 


Social Services 

23,079 



27,017 

MacDonald, 1 


50,918 

27,017 


Social Services 

50,918 



32,399 

MacDonald, N 


57,702 

32,399 


Social Services 

57,702 



61,346 

MacDonald, N Jeanette 


33,857 

61,346 


Social Services 

33,857 



16,290 

MacDonald, T 


42,944 

16,290 


Social Services 

42,944 



22,445 

MacDonald, Vanessa 


11,160 

22,445 


Health 

11,160 



14,773 

MacDonell, B 


24,000 

14,773 


Social Services 

24,000 



41,119 

MacFarlane & A MacFarlane, B 


10,954 

41,119 


Social Services 

10,954 



24,098 

MacFarlane, A 


92,067 

24,098 


Health 

91,317 



92,810 

Municipal Affairs 

750 


92,810 


MacFarlane, William 


16,812 


201,105 

Social Services 

16,812 


201,105 


MacIntyre & Associates, B 


75,210 


30,000 

Health 

75,210 


30,000 


Maclsaac & D Maclsaac, J 


45,328 


20,539 

Social Services 

45,328 


20,539 


MacKay & L MacKay, R 


15,159 


44,216 

Social Services 

15,159 


44,216 


MacKay, L 


11,613 


86,951 

Social Services 

11,613 


86,951 


Mackenzie & District Hospital 


46,177 


18,477 

Health 

46,177 


13,000 


Mackenzie & H Mackenzie, S 


29,010 

5,477 


Social Services 

29,010 



20,000 

Mackenzie Chamber of Commerce 


20,067 

20,000 


Economic Development 

13,000 



442,570 

Tourism 

7,067 


442,570 


Mackenzie Counselling Services 


357,980 


67,812 

Health 

172,889 


67,812 


Social Services 

177,966 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


Ministry 

$ 


Women's Equality 

MacKenzie Hospital Society 

Health 

MacKenzie Project Safe Gahr Society 

Social Services 

MacKenzie Public Library 

Municipal Affairs 

MacKenzie Trail Association, Alexander. 

Government Services 

MacKenzie Travel Service 

Social Services 

Mackey, Joan 

Social Services 

MacKie, Shelley A 

Social Services 

MacKinnon, D 

Social Services 

Macklem Home, Caroline 

Health 

MacLaren, T 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Maclaughlin Dance Society, Lola 

Tourism 

MacLean-Angus, Carol 

Health 

Maclund Services Ltd 

Social Services 

MacMillan Bloedel Ltd 

Transportation 

MacNeill, Lorraine G 

Health 

Social Services 

MacNiven, A 

Social Services 

Macor & K Macor, V 

Social Services 

MacPherson, D I 

Health 

MacPherson, E C, Dr 

Attorney General 

Social Services 

MacPherson, I 

Health 

MacPherson, J 

Health 

MacTaggart, Margaret 

Health 

MacTavish, J N, Dr 

Health 

Social Services 

Madden Environmental Contracting, Tim 

Social Services 

Madden, J 

Social Services 

Maddess, R J, Dr 

Health 

Social Services 

Madhok & D Sommer, B 

Social Services 

Madryga, F, Dr 

Attorney General 

Health 

Magic Dragon Family Daycare 

Social Services 

Magic Moments Family Day Care 

Social Services 

Magic Unicorn Preschool 

Social Services 

Mah, J 

Health 

Social Services 

Mah, William 

Health 

Mahabir, W J, Dr 


7,125 

1,800,004 

1 ,800,004 

26,900 

26,900 

11,362 

11,362 

53,000 

53,000 

12,565 

12,565 

23,514 

23,514 

66,213 

66,213 

24,040 

24,040 

254,311 

254,311 

13,595 

12,863 


732 

13,500 

13,500 

23,676 

23,676 

679,912 

679,912 

297,209 

297,209 

34,093 

31,127 


2,966 

25,513 

25,513 

34,675 

34,675 

20,330 

20,330 

12,273 

1 1 ,993 


280 

65,348 

65,348 

34,670 

34,670 

12,545 

12,545 

130,152 

130,102 


50 

51,000 

51,000 

45,878 

45,878 

84,107 

84,037 


70 

1 59,408 

159,408 

65,396 

98 


65,298 

12,623 

12,623 

16,796 

16,796 

10,529 

10,529 

24,044 

1 5,649 


8,395 

21,687 

21,687 

96,146 


Health 96,146 

Maharishi Age of Enlightenment School Society. 

Education 56,364 

Social Services 294 

Maharlika Lodge Inc 

Health 183,138 

Social Services 47,71 2 

Mahoney, F 

Social Services 22,949 

Maile, L 

Social Services 33,601 

Maimonides School Society 

Education 101,827 

Main Bingo Association 

Government Services 28,527 

Mainstream Society for Integrated Community 

Living 

Health 582,222 

Social Services 2,094,630 

Maiya House Society, The 

Health 349,857 

Social Services 24,271 

Women's Equality 8,803 

Majuba Hill Treatment Centre Ltd 

Social Services 279,625 

Making Opportunities Day Service Society 

Health 66,361 

Malaspina Child Development Society 

Social Services 80,556 

Women's Equality 950 

Malaspina College 

Aboriginal Affairs 10,000 

Advanced Education 33,072,21 7 

Attorney General 2,963 

Environment 55,850 

Government Services 1,019 

Health 46,680 

Social Services 332,594 

Women's Equality 500 

Malaspina Community Resource Services Ltd .... 

Social Services 290,982 

Malaspina Lodge 

Health 2,908,112 

Social Services 91 ,620 

Malaspina Printmakers Society ,. 

Tourism 12,500 

Malcolm & Associates Inc, A T 

Health 73,598 

Malcolm, Judith A 

Health 11,743 

Malin, Thelma E 

Health 12,695 

Social Services 8,395 

Mallett, Elizabeth 

Social Services 1 6,407 

Maltais, N 

Health 24,060 

Mamele Benevolent Society 

Social Services 81,182 

Man in Motion World Tour Society 

Education 17,500 

Mancor, L 

Social Services 34,21 4 

Manders & E Manders, M 

Social Services 1 03,287 

Manke, D 

Social Services 22,581 

Manke, Edna L 

Social Services 31,287 

Manley, K 

Social Services 1 0,859 

Mann, Colleen 

Health 19,046 

Mannarino & T Mannarino, M 

Social Services 22,894 


I 103 

Total 

$ 

56,658 

230,850 

22,949 

33,601 

101,827 

28,527 

2,676,852 

382,931 

279,625 

66,361 

81,506 

33,521,823 


290,982 

2,999,732 

12.500 
73,598 
11,743 
21,090 

16,407 

24,060 

81,182 

1 7.500 
34,214 

103,287 

22,581 

31,287 

10,859 

19,046 

22,894 


I 104 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Manns & R Shields, L 

Social Services 

Mansell, J M 

Health 

Manson Care Home Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Mantler, Diana 

Social Services 

Manuel, Owen 

Social Services . 

Manuela Ventures Ltd 

Health 

Manweiler & N Manweiler, D 

Social Services 

Manweiler, Daveda 

Social Services 

Maple Leaf Guest Home 

Health 

Social Services 

Maple Ridge Arts Council 

Tourism 

Maple Ridge Chamber of Commerce 

Economic Development 

Tourism 

Maple Ridge Christian Academy 

Education 

Maple Ridge Day Care 

Social Services 

Maple Ridge Family Education Centre 

Social Services 

Maple Ridge Hospital 

Government Services 

Health 

Maple Ridge Hospital Pharmacy 

Health 

Maple Ridge Intermediate Care Ltd 

Health 

Social Services 

Maple Ridge Minor Lacrosse Association 

Government Services 

Maple Ridge Treatment Centre for Alcohol- 
ism 

Health 

Social Services 

Maple Ridge Volunteer Fire Department 

Government Services 

Maple Ridge— Pitt Meadows Community Services 

Council 

Attorney General 

Government Services 

Health 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Maple T ree Montessori Centre 

' Social Services 

Maplewood Child Care Society 

Women's Equality 

Maplewood Daycare 

Social Services 

Maplewood House Society, The 

Health 

Maplewood House Society-A D C 

Health 

Maplewood Out of School 

Social Services 

Maranatha Christian School Society 

Education 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Maras, Ivanko 

Social Services 

Marceau Consultants Inc 

Health 

March, M, Dr 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 



57,558 

57,558 

31,613 

31,613 

202,863 

149,362 


53,501 

10,196 

10,196 

56,967 

56,967 

158,119 

158,119 

19,105 

19,105 

43,305 

43,305 

73,784 

60,615 


13,169 

11,805 

1 1 ,805 

19,193 

13,000 


6,193 

25,170 

25,170 

43,989 

43,989 

137,953 

137,953 

308,894 

24,962 

283,932 

32,562 

32,562 

417,294 

409,586 


7,708 

55,772 

55,772 

1,194,921 

1,079,345 


115,576 

66,667 

66,667 

1,241,427 

79,660 

4,734 

327,329 

766,428 


63,276 

30,834 

30,834 

25,275 

25,275 

34,817 

34,817 

1,868,105 

1,868,105 

39,540 

39,540 

11,910 

11,910 

112,653 

108,056 


680 


3,917 

26,278 

26,278 

90,527 

90,527 

16,325 


Social Services 

Marcuse Dance Projects Society, Judith ... 

Tourism 

Mardor Residence 

Health 

Social Services 

Maria Montessori Academy 

Social Services 

Marigold Play School Daycare Centre 

Social Services 

Marineview Housing Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Maritime Museum of B C •. 

Government Services 

Tourism 

Marjen Management & Associates (1 989) 

Social Services 

Mark's Work Wearhouse 

Advanced Education 

Social Services 

Markin, Marjorie 

Social Services 

Marlborough School Society 

Education 

Marlin Travel 

Health 

Social Services 

Marlita Forestry Ltd 

Social Services 

Marpole Oakridge Day Care Centre 

Social Services 

Marpole Oakridge Family Place Society .. 

Social Services 

Marpole Place Home Support Program .... 

Health 

Social Services 

Marpole-Oakridge Area Council Society. 

Government Services 

Marpole-Oakridge Senior Services 

Health 

Marquardt, Faye 

Social Services 

Marr Inc, P J, Dr 

Attorney General 

Social Services 

Marsh & McLennan Ltd 

Advanced Education 

Marshall Road Bingo Association 

Government Services 

Marshall, S 

Social Services 

Marsolais, R 

Social Services 

Martel & M Martel, J 

Social Services 

Martel, J A 

Social Services 

Martin & J Morrison, L 

Social Services 

Martin, B 

Social Services 

Martineau, J 

Social Services •. 

Martins, G 

Social Services 

Marton, S 

Social Services 

Marwick & J Marwick, L 

Health 

Social Services 

Mary Lou's Family Day Care 

Social Services 

Mary Poppins Day Care Centre 

Social Services 


16,325 

122,500 

122,500 

101,776 

45,707 

56,069 

29,459 

29,459 

94,168 

94,168 

436,267 

288,957 

147,310 

64,503 

9,503 

55,000 

23,570 

23,570 

32,094 

109 


31,985 

1 7,984 

1 7,984 

22,932 

22,932 

79,630 

4,640 

74,990 

100,669 

100,669 

31,241 

31,241 

22,389 

22,389 

1,338,843 

1,337,930 


913 

20,000 

20,000 

1 72,709 

1 72,709 

27,732 

27,732 

48,139 

47,639 


500 

576,921 

576,921 

51,029 

51,029 

29,865 

29,865 

24,321 

24,321 

46,137 

46,137 

18,150 

18,150 

12,127 

12,127 

51,623 

51,623 

64,029 

64,029 

38,927 

38,927 

35,020 

35,020 

46,697 

17,554 

29,143 

1 3,902 

13,902 

16,215 

16,215 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 1105 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

Mascall Dance Society 1 0,000 

Tourism 10,000 

Mason, G 11,757 

Health 11,262 

Women's Equality 495 

Mason, P 79,446 

Social Services 78,759 

Women's Equality 687 

Masset Family Resource Centre 25,420 

Health 8,000 

Social Services 10,920 

Women's Equality 6,500 

Massey, T 28,711 

Social Services 28,711 

Mater Misericordiae Hospital 38,399 

Social Services 38,399 

Mather, N 28,041 

Health 28,041 

Mathers, M 31,298 

Health 31,298 

Matsqui Centennial Society 21,152 

Government Services 21,152 

Matsqui Indian Band 1 7,534 

Finance 17,534 

Matsqui-Abbotsford Community Services 3,006,540 

Attorney General 206,095 

Education 8,500 

Health 555,835 

Social Services 2,1 1 5,252 

Women's Equality 120,858 

Matsqui-Abbotsford Figure Skating Club 105,000 

Government Services 105,000 

Matsqui-Abbotsford Impact Society 67,791 

Health 67,791 

Matsqui-Sumas-Abbotsford General Hospi- 
tal 72,337 

Attorney General 58 

Health 2,568 

Social Services 69,71 1 

Matsqui-Sumas-Abbotsford General Hospital 

Pharmacy 70,507 

Health 70,507 

Matsqui-Sumas-Abbotsford General Hospital 

Society 41,149,833 

Health 41,149,833 

Matsqui-Sumas-Abbotsford Museum Society 47,037 

Government Services 23,037 

Tourism 24,000 

Matte, C 1 7,500 

Health 17,500 

Matthews Avenue Holdings Inc 707,1 86 

Health 695,978 

Social Services 11,208 

Matthews, J 23,613 

Social Services 23,61 3 

Mattson, G 54,035 

Social Services 54,035 

Mattson, J 26,943 

Social Services 26,943 

Mawhinney, Joanne 53,411 

Health 40,379 

Social Services 1 3,032 

Maxino, N 27,447 

Social Services 27,447 

Maxwell, J 68,434 

Health 35,000 

Social Services 33,434 

Maxwell, K 30,795 

Health 30,795 

Maycock Optical 13,259 

Social Services 1 3,259 

Mayne Island Parks & Recreation Commission ... 22,442 

Government Services 22,442 

Mayne Island Women's Resources Society 1 2,296 

Women's Equality 12,296 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

Mayoh & J Mayoh, D 12,267 

Social Services 1 2,267 

Mayoh, D 45,047 

Social Services 45,047 

McAlister & C McGuigan, M 115,745 

Social Services 115,745 

McBay, Brenda 11,223 

Social Services 11 ,223 

McBratney, L 27,087 

Social Services 27,087 

McBride & Associates Inc, Richard A 1 5,000 

Health 15,000 

McBride & District Hospital Society 1 ,61 3,875 

Health 1,613,875 

McBride District Volunteer Fire Fighters Association 1 7,961 

Government Services 1 7,961 

McBride Manor Society 299,202 

Health 270,396 

Social Services 28,806 

McBride, Muriel 18,150 

Social Services 18,150 

McCall Bros Funeral Directors Ltd 1 9,333 

Health 434 

Social Services 1 8,899 

McCallum & Allain McCallum, Heather 97,655 

Social Services 97,655 

McCannell, K, Dr 1 6,1 01 

Health 16,101 

McCarrick, J 67,073 

Social Services 67,073 

McCelvey, Agnes 20,354 

Health 13,907 

Social Services 6,447 

McClelland, Caroline Mary 20,257 

Health 20,257 

McClelland, Marlene J 31,298 

Health 31,298 

McClelland, Y 21,712 

Social Services 21,712 

McClure &J McClure, A 53,432 

Social Services 53,432 

McClure House 318,212 

Health 310,403 

Social Services 7,809 

McColeman & L McColeman, N 63,818 

Social Services 63,81 8 

McConnell, E 16,720 

Health 16,720 

McConnell, L 12,634 

Social Services 1 2,634 

McConnell, M 23,218 

Social Services 23,21 8 

McCormack, Haidee A 115,785 

Health 115,785 

McCreary Centre Society 456,300 

Health 456,300 

McCue, Pat 1 7,058 

Health 17,058 

McCune & M McCune, R 18,672 

Social Services 1 8,672 

McDermott, G 24,591 

Social Services 24,591 

McDonald & Nancy McDonald, Jack 1 01 ,279 

Social Services 101,279 

McDonald Lodge 108,309 

Social Services 1 08,309 

McDonald Lodge 1 623,932 

Health 623,932 

McDonald Lodge 2 586,966 

Health 586,966 

McDonald's Restaurants 31,227 

Attorney General 31,105 

Social Services 122 

McDonald, J 14,935 

Social Services 1 4,935 


I 106 


PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


McDonald, R, Dr 15,360 

Health 15,360 

McDonald, W 28,499 

Social Services 28,499 

McDougall,M 31,006 

Social Services 31,006 

McDuff McBuff & McBean Daycare 82,083 

Social Services 70,603 

Women's Equality 11,480 

McElroy & A McElroy, R 136,058 

Social Services 1 36,058 

McEwen, J I 10,842 

Labour 10,842 

McFetridge, G P, Dr 13,813 

Health 13,813 

McGarrity, C 783,206 

Attorney General 19,000 

Social Services 764,206 

McGill & D McGill, N 13,751 

Social Services 1 3,751 

McGill &OrmeLtd-F Royal 24,413 

Social Services 24,41 3 

McGill & Orme Ltd-Surgical 73,878 

Health 840 

Social Services 73,038 

McGill, N 68,579 

Social Services 68,579 

McGillivray, J 12,558 

Health 12,558 

McGovern, Lorretta - 35,438 

Social Services 35,438 

McGregor Child Care Society 21 8,558 

Social Services 204,238 

Women's Equality 14,320 

McGregor, N 35,950 

Social Services 35,950 

McGrenera, Tracey T 10,663 

Social Services 1 0,663 

McGuigan, R 124,300 

Social Services 1 24,300 

Mclnnes, Emily 10,760 

Social Services 1 0,760 

Mclnnes, Joyce 11,293 

Social Services 11,293 

Mclntee, Linda 30,872 

Health 30,872 

McIntosh Lodge Intermediate Care Centre 11 7,867 

Health 117,867 

McIntosh, MG, Dr 12,517 

Health 12,517 

McIntyre & I McIntyre, D 24,1 20 

Social Services 24,1 20 

McIntyre, Lisa 17,640 

Health 8,223 

Social Services 9,41 7 

Mclsaac, B 16,964 

Social Services 1 6,964 

McKee & G McKee, G 89,632 

Social Services 89,632 

McKee & S McKee, G 1 04,400 

Social Services 1 04,400 

McKee, Cathy 15,285 

Social Services 15,285 

McKendry, V 72,420 

Social Services 72,420 

McKenzie Lodge 141,140 

Health 136,008 

Social Services 5,132 

McKeown, T 16,411 

Social Services 16,411 

McKibben, N 86,807 

Social Services 86,807 

McKinlay, D 74,626 

Health 74,626 

McKinnon, Chris 18,507 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

Social Services 1 8,507 

McKinnon, D 15,336 

Social Services 1 5,336 

McKinnon, S 18,685 

Social Services 1 8,685 

McKirdy, D 19,248 

Social Services 1 9,248 

McKnight, A 22,845 

Social Services 22,845 

McLachlan, V 27,962 

Social Services 27,962 

McLaren, L 35,870 

Social Services 35,870 

McLaren, M 78,311 

Social Services 78,311 

McLaughlin, Gary 38,418 

Attorney General 38,418 

McLaughlin, Pauline 18,866 

Social Services 1 8,866 

McLean, D 12,592 

Municipal Affairs 362 

Social Services 1 2,230 

McLeese Lake Recreation Association 63,569 

Economic Development 59,875 

Government Services 3,694 

McLellan Supermarket 49,856 

Social Services 49,856 

McLellan, Constance 18,381 

Social Services 18,381 

McLellan, Grant 151,405 

Health 129,011 

Social Services 22,394 

McLellan, H 12,389 

Social Services 1 2,389 

McLennan, Mary 114,876 

Social Services 11 4,876 

McLeod & G N McLeod, CL 31 ,347 

Social Services 31 ,347 

McLeod & N F McLeod, D 49,842 

Social Services 49,842 

McLeod Lake Indian Band 49,118 

Social Services 49,118 

McLeod Optical Co Ltd 22,444 

Social Services 22,444 

McLeod, N 15,715 

Social Services 15,715 

McMahon, E 12,668 

Social Services 1 2,668 

McManus, E 24,430 

Social Services 24,430 

McMaster & K McMaster, K 23,560 

Social Services 23,560 

McMaster, C 34,816 

Social Services 34,81 6 

McMath & D McMath, S 31,050 

Social Services 31 ,050 

McMath, S 12,890 

Social Services 1 2,890 

McMechan, Larry 25,545 

Health 25,545 

McMillan College Inc 164,461 

Social Services 1 64,461 

McMillan Fisheries Ltd, J S 25,000 

Agriculture 25,000 

McMurdo Pasture Association 40,601 

Agriculture 40,601 

McNaughton Rehabilition & Vocational Services Ltd 1 36,81 4 

Health 12,447 

Social Services 1 24,367 

McNaughton, Warren 69,198 

Social Services 69,1 98 

McNeil, Laura 96,942 

Social Services 96,942 

McPherson Foundation 98,764 

Government Services 98,764 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


McPherson Funeral Service Ltd 

Social Services 

McPherson Inc, K E, Dr 

Health 

Social Services 

McPherson, Marilyn Frances 

Health 

Social Services 

McPherson, S 

Health 

McRae & D McRae, R 

Social Services 

McWilliam & A McWilliam, C 

Social Services 

MDDC Medical Devices Development 

Advanced Education 

Meadow Creek Golf Club 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Meadow Ridge Taxi Ltd 

Social Services 

Meadowridge Independent School Society 

Education 

Meadows Family Amusement Park 

Social Services 

Meadowview Manor 

Health 

Social Services 

Med/Ten Store 

Health 

Social Services 

Medical Services Out of Country 

Health 

Medical Services Plan of B C 

Health 

Social Services 

MedichairCranbrook 

Health 

Social Services 

Medichair Kelowna 

Health 

Social Services 

Medigas Inc 

Health 

Social Services 

Medland, Dorina E 

Health 

Social Services 

Medox Health Services Inc 

Health 

Social Services 

Medtronic of Canada 

Health 

Social Services 

Meier, Idella S 

Health 

Meitoku Gijuku Junior & Senior High 

Education 

Mejiro Gakuen Schools 

Education 

Meleshko, K 

Health 

Mell, J 

Social Services 

Melody House Group Homes Inc 

Health 

Social Services 

Memories Day Care Centre Ltd 

Social Services 

Menard, B 

Social Services 

Menno Home 

Health 

Social Services 

Mennonite Benevolent Society 


19,109 

10,555 

25 

19,043 

12,589 

25,390 

31,009 

37,437 

100,000 

6,043 

27,368 

13,424 

383,256 

10,042 

269,820 

102,114 

109 

37,886 

1,517,619 

1,447,274,071 

87,255 

11,125 

93,965 

5,608 

52,176 

4,989 

47,995 

54,993 

3,000 

5,003,303 

499,693 

60 

18,664 

12,695 

32,118 

70,360 

17,291 

70,236 

137,741 

66,683 

88,732 

20,189 

4,389,492 

19,878 


19,109 

10,580 

31,632 

25,390 

31,009 

37,437 

100,000 

33,411 

13,424 

383,256 

10,042 

371,934 

37,995 

1,517,619 

1,447,361,326 

105,090 

57,784 

52,984 

57,993 

5,502,996 

18,724 

12,695 

32,118 

70,360 

17,291 

70,236 

204,424 

88,732 

20,189 

4,409,370 


Health 

Social Services 

Mennonite Central Committee B C 

Education 

Health 

Social Services 

Mennonite Central Committee Supportive Care 

Services 

Health 

Social Services 

Mennonite Educational Institute Association 

Education 

Mennonite Historical Society of B C 

Government Services 

Mennonite Intermediate Home Care Society of 

Richmond 

Health 

Social Services 

Menzies, R 

Social Service's 

Mercedes Guest Home 

Health 

Meredith, G 

Social Services 

Merilley, Wanda 

Social Services 

Merkley & D Merkley, J 

Social Services 

Merlin Plastic Supply Inc 

Environment 

Merner, R 

Social Services 

Merrill, P 

Social Services 

Merritt & District Chamber of Commerce 

Economic Development 

Social Services 

Merritt & District Youth Resources Soci- 
ety 

Attorney General 

Social Services 

Merritt Alternate School 

Social Services 

Merritt Daycare 

Social Services 

Merritt Golf & Country Club 

Social Services 

Merwin & Jerome Merwin, June 

Social Services 

Mesa, John 

Social Services 

Meservia, Carol S 

Social Services 

Messenger, J 

Social Services 

Messenger, P 

Social Services 

Metalex Products Ltd 

Environment 

Metchosin Farmers Institute 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Metchosin Home Support Service 

Health 

Social Services 

Metchosin International Summer School of the Arts 

Tourism 

Metheral, D 

Social Services 

Metis Native Women's Society 

Social Services 

Metro Training Institute 

Social Services 

Meyer & R Meyer, P 

Social Services 



1107 

Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 

4,591,858 


24,917 

3,186,049 

50,000 

913,681 


2,222,368 

154,576 

15,000 

139,576 

1,853,408 

1,853,408 

40,689 

40,689 

1,924,064 

1,904,668 


19,396 

50,163 

50,163 

212,570 

212,570 

17,537 

17,537 

18,754 

18,754 

89,445 

89,445 

195,000 

1 95,000 

60,220 

60,220 

52,313 

52,313 

46,284 

1 3,000 
33,284 

111,825 

6,113 

105,712 

49,551 

49,551 

20,954 

20,954 

14,822 

14,822 

10,695 

10,695 

24,780 

24,780 

18,150 

18,150 

18,261 

18,261 

30,359 

30,359 

468,982 

468,982 

46,640 

13,271 

33,369 

1,575,087 

1,446,063 


129,024 

10,000 

10,000 

49,832 

49,832 

73,683 

73,683 

143,965 

143,965 

34,139 

34,139 



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PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 


Ministry 

$ 


Meyer, L 

Social Services 

Meyerman, Claudia M 

Health 

Michail, M 

Social Services 

Michaud & S Michaud, A 

Social Services 

Michaud, J 

Social Services 

Michaud, Suzanne M 

Social Services 

Michel, Berta 

Health 

Social Services 

Microtek Research & Development Ltd. 

Advanced Education 

Mid Island Consumer Co-Op 

Social Services 

Mid Island Tribal Council 

Education 

Health 

Mid-Canada Medical 

Health 

Social Services 

Mid-Island Hospice Society 

Government Services 

Mid-Island Sexual Assault Centre 

Attorney General 

Mid-Main Community Health Centre... 

Attorney General 

Health 

Midd legate Supermarket 

Social Services 

Midstream Manor 

Health 

Social Services 

Mihalic, Mira 

Social Services 

Mildenberger, Karen 

Social Services 

Milieu Community Resource Corp 

Health 

Social Services 

Mill Site Lodge 

Health 

Social Services 

Millar, Edna 

Social Services 

Millard, J 

Social Services 

Millard, Jane 

Social Services 

Miller & D Hoey, L 

Social Services 

Miller Mobility 

Health i 

Social Services 

Miller, A 

Social Services 

Miller, A Dr 

Health 

Miller, D 

Health 

Social Services 

Miller, Emily... 

Social Services 

Miller, J 

Social Services 

Miller, L 

Social Services 

Miller, Linda 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Mills, E 



32,886 

32,886 

42,252 

42,252 

47,255 

47,255 

13,033 

1 3,033 

29,531 

29,531 

19,153 

19,153 

47,963 

40,885 


7,078 

22,500 

22,500 

10,061 

10,061 

50,000 

40.000 

10.000 

23,462 

2,533 

20,929 

22,372 

22,372 

66,625 

66,625 

79,035 

6,035 

73,000 

40,866 

40,866 

191,940 

160,117 

31,823 

45,689 

45,689 

11,748 

11,748 

2,330,353 

211,201 

2,119,152 

492,426 

491,713 


713 

46,857 

46,857 

14,651 

14,651 

28,152 

28,152 

26,999 

26,999 

138,292 

50,142 

88,150 

34,062 

34,062 

46,997 

46,997 

47,492 

1,840 

45,652 

27,668 

27,668 

74,246 

74,246 

11,938 

11,938 

12,634 

11,836 


798 

22,403 


Social Services 22,403 

Mills, FHG, Dr 

Health. 105,709 

Mills, W 

Health 37,110 

Mills-Valdal, Loretta 

Social Services 1 28,087 

Milne, B 

Social Services 33,01 6 

Milore Sales 

Social Services 1 0,263 

Milot, R 

Social Services 69,301 

Milton, M 

Social Services 20,730 

Minard, J 

Social Services 1 5,447 

Mind Montessori in Delta Society 

Education 41,091 

Miner Society for Cultural Advancement, 

Bill 

Tourism 40,000 

Mining Association of Canada 

Energy, Mines 37,042 

Minns & R Ring, S 

Social Services 1 3,951 

Minuet Day Care 

Social Services 13,413 

Miss Muffet Day Care 

Social Services 24,170 

Mission Association for Community Living 

Health 978,679 

Social Services 1,726,202 

Mission Community Services Society 

Health 254,541 

Social Services 331,234 

Women's Equality 111,120 

Mission Daycare 1988 

Social Services 50,514 

Mission for Freedom Christian Ministries 

Health 11,680 

Mission Golf & Country Club 

Social Services 31,917 

Mission Indian Friendship Centre Society 

Aboriginal Affairs 30,000 

Health 748,438 

Mission Memorial Hospital 

Health 60,000 

Social Services 1 8,325 

Mission Memorial Hospital Society 

Health 14,996,836 

Mission Regional Chamber of Commerce 

Economic Development 13,000 

Tourism 9,434 

Mistry, P N, Dr 

Health 47,012 

Mitchell Prosthetic & Orthotic Services Ltd, B D . 

Health 15,748 

Social Services 41 3 

Mitchell, A 

Social Services 45,831 

Mitchell, E 

Social Services 1 3,409 

Women's Equality 798 

Mitchell, J R 

Social Services 49,489 

Mitchell, P 

Social Services 36,643 

Mitchell, R 

Municipal Affairs 750 

Social Services 44,194 

Moberg, Jim 

Social Services 1 1 7,936 

Moberg, Karen 

Social Services 29,931 


Total 

$ 

105,709 

37,110 

128,087 

33,016 

10,263 

69,301 

20,730 

15,447 

41,091 

40,000 

37,042 

13,951 

13,413 

24,170 

2,704,881 

696,895 

50,514 

11,680 

31,917 

778,438 

78,325 

14,996,836 

22,434 

47,012 

16,161 

45,831 

14,207 

49,489 

36,643 

44,944 

117,936 

29,931 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


I 109 


Moberg, R 

Social Services 

Moberly Lake Volunteer Fire Department 

Economic Development 

Government Services 

Moberly Park Manor Society 

Health 

Mobile Outreach to Seniors Team 

Health 

Moen, D 

Social Services 

Mohamed Inc, S N, Dr 

Health 

Mohl, P 

Social Services 

Molendyk, D 

Health 

Moll, M 

Government Services 

Mollerup, V, Dr 

Health 

Social Services 

Molly Mouse Daycare Ltd 

Social Services 

Mom's House Day Care Society 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Moms Place 

Social Services 

Monaghan, C S 

Social Services 

Monarch Family Daycare 

Social Services 

Monashee Manor 

Health 

Social Services 

Moncrieff Enterprises 

Social Services 

Mondou, Cecile 

Attorney General 

Money Mart 

Social Services 

Money, Jean 

Health 

Social Services 

Mongrain, S 

Social Services 

Monogios, H 

Social Services 

Monson, S 

Social Services 

Montessori Daycare Society 

Social Services 

Montessori School Society 

Education 

Montgomery & L Montgomery, R 

Social Services 

Montgomery, C A 

Health 

MontreauxCounselling 

Social Services 

Mood Disorders Association 

Health 

Moodie, L 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Moon, J 

Health 

Moore & D G Frewin, G D, Drs 

Social Services 

Moore, Wendy 

Social Services 

Morawsky, Kama 

Social Services 

Moreau, M 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


14,045 

1 4,045 

84,040 

83,200 


840 

547,377 

547,377 

23,000 

23,000 

115,301 

115,301 

30,398 

30,398 

15,098 

15,098 

52,187 

52,187 

35,467 

35,467 

21,617 

21,467 


150 

95,100 

95,100 

46,449 

32,212 


14,237 

51,976 

51,976 

15,508 

15,508 

13,111 

13,111 

251,446 

183,735 


67,711 

152,577 

152,577 

30,312 

30,312 

38,274 

38,274 

1 1 ,805 

11,005 


800 

42,887 

42,887 

38,433 

38,433 

114,959 

114,959 

1 5,450 

15,450 

28,042 

28,042 

10,184 

10,184 

28,336 

28,336 

20,560 

20,560 

83,836 

83,836 

17,741 

17,291 


450 

12,680 

12,680 

64,370 

64,370 

36,048 

36,048 

50,596 

50,596 

57,118 


Ministry 

$ 


Social Services 57,118 

Moretti, M, Dr 

Health 45,212 

Morgan, B 

Social Services 21 ,948 

Morgan, Bimla 

Social Services 33,794 

Morgan, T 

Social Services 40,995 

Mornet Investment Management Ltd 

Social Services 11 ,466 

Moropito, P 

Social Services 75,057 

Morrell, V 

Social Services 1 7,366 

Morris & D Morris, D 

Social Services 140,952 

Morris, J 

Attorney General 302,422 

Morrison Garrett & Associates Inc 

Social Services 21 9,850 

Morrison, S 

Social Services 20,1 30 

Mosaic Translation Services 

Education 151,632 

Social Services 1 67,21 5 

Mosley, F 

Social Services 28,572 

Mother Ducks (East 25th) 

Social Services 1 1 ,878 

Motion Medical Industries 

Social Services 1 3,564 

Motion Specialties B C Ltd 

Health 101,025 

Social Services 1 ,445,494 

Moulin's Support Society 

Health 145,954 

Moulton, Eileen J 

Social Services 38,586 

Mount Cheam Christian School Society 

Education.. 600,704 

Mount Edwards Court Care Home 

Health 2,089,371 

Mount Lehman Community Association 

Government Services , 1 0,400 

Mount Newton Centre Society 

Health 237,012 

Mount Pleasant Adult Day Care 

Health 63,741 

Mount Pleasant Child Care Society 

Social Services 1 84,830 

Women's Equality 13,975 

Mount Pleasant Community Centre 

Social Services 43,677 

Mount Pleasant Family Centre Society 

Social Services 90,845 

Mount Pleasant Starship Community Charitable 

Association 

Government Services 11 0,902 

Mount Saint Joseph Hospital Society 

Government Services 10,343 

Health 22,978,235 

Mount St Francis Hospital 

Health 3,660,650 

Social Services 40,1 88 

Mount St Joseph Hospital 

Health 2,630,466 

Social Services 86,597 

Mount St Mary Hospital 

Health 5,250,044 

Social Services 11,213 

Mount Timothy Ski Society 

Social Services 2,480 

Transportation 26,542 

Mount Waddington Family Services Society 


Total 

$ 

45,212 

21,948 

33,794 

40,995 

11,466 

75,057 

17,366 

140,952 

302,422 

219,850 

20,130 

318,847 

28,572 

11,878 

13,564 

1,546,519 

145,954 

38,586 

600,704 

2,089,371 

10,400 

237,012 

63,741 

198,805 

43,677 

90,845 

110,902 

22,988,578 

3,700,838 

2,717,063 

5,261,257 

29,022 

1,104,899 


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PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

Health 751,827 

Social Services 347,932 

Women's Equality 5,140 

Mount Waddington Regional Hospital District.... 256,759 

Health 256,759 

Mountain Inc, T C, Dr 14,084 

Health 14,084 

Mountain Plains Community Services 1 28,030 

Social Services 1 28,030 

Mountain View Cemetery 85,484 

Social Services 85,484 

Mountain View Home 142,778 

Social Services 1 42,778 

Mountain View Lodge 839,062 

Health 839,062 

Mountain View Lodge Adult Day Care Program .. 62,648 

Health 62,648 

Mountainside Day Care Ltd 99,218 

Social Services 84,808 

Women's Equality 14,410 

Mountainview Lodge 261,053 

Social Services 261 ,053 

Mountview Lodge 244,059 

Health 176,858 

Social Services 67,201 

Movin on Day Program 131,510 

Social Services 131,510 

Movin' on Services 55,594 

Social Services 55,594 

Mowachaht Band 28,300 

Social Services 28,300 

MPR Teltech Ltd 533,500 

Advanced Education 533,500 

Mr Grocer 69,461 

Social Services 69,461 

Mueller, Walter Kurt 30,921 

Social Services 30,921 

Muhlfellner, J 28,104 

Social Services 28,1 04 

Muhs, Anita 16,432 

Social Services 1 6,432 

Muirhead, K 18,865 

Social Services 1 8,865 

Muirhead, P 10,074 

Social Services 1 0,074 

Mu ise, Margaret 10,303 

Social Services 1 0,303 

Mulcahy, Darlene 18,150 

Social Services 18,150 

Mulkey, S 12,766 

Social Services 12,766 

Muller, A 35,066 

Social Services 35,066 

Multicultural Heritage Society of Prince 

George 30,546 

Education 23,300 

Social Services- 4,753 

Women's Equality 2,493 

Multilingual Orientation Service Association for 

ImmigrantCommunities 292,103 

Attorney General 27,228 

Education 5,400 

Government Services 27,349 

Social Services 232,126 

Multiple Sclerosis Society of Canada 59,630 

Health 55,765 

Social Services 3,865 

Mulvahill, N 33,117 

Social Services 33,117 

Munchkin's Family Daycare 13,889 

Social Services 1 3,889 

Mundell,A 29,972 

Social Services 29,972 

Mundt & D Mundt, R 29,456 

Health 29,456 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

Municipal Officers Association of BC 46,000 

Municipal Affairs 46,000 

Munn, D 21,808 

Health 21,808 

Murphy, Emlene, Dr 1 82,982 

Health 182,982 

Murphy, H, Dr 11,069 

Social Services 11 ,069 

Murphy, S 26,700 

Social Services 1,700 

Tourism 25,000 

Murphy, Terry 19,178 

Social Services 19,178 

Murray & Don Murray, Marilyn 33,793 

Social Services 33,793 

Murray's Enterprises 20,464 

Social Services 20,464 

Murray, V 14,430 

Social Services 1 4,430 

Murrayvi lie Manor Ltd 753,542 

Health 569,576 

Social Services 1 83,966 

Museum of Northern B C 29,500 

Tourism 29,500 

Musqueam Indian Band Council 21,000 

Tourism 21,000 

Mustard, L 31,666 

Social Services 31 ,666 

Mustard, Marian 18,150 

Social Services 18,150 

My Little School Day Care Inc 83,313 

Social Services 83,31 3 

My Shirt Co Kids Graphics Ltd 10,566 

Social Services 1 0,566 

Myers & G Myers, P 25,41 0 

Social Services 25,41 0 

Myrfield, Lyle W, Dr 13,186 

Social Services 13,186 

N K A Karate B C Association 40,890 

Municipal Affairs 40,890 

N N C P A Child Development Centre 1 2,788 

Social Services 1 2,788 

Naccarato, L T, Dr 42,629 

Attorney General 42,629 

Nacionales Corp, P & J 50,809 

Social Services 50,809 

Nadiger, C 14,467 

Social Services 1 4,467 

Nadin, E 13,336 

Social Services 1 3,336 

Nadler, M 12,348 

Health 12,348 

Nagler & Associates 14,157 

Social Services 14,157 

Nagy, Irene 22,845 

Social Services 22,845 

Nagy, M, Mrs 16,166 

Social Services 16,166 

Nairlnc, NG, Dr 38,918 

Health 38,918 

Nakahara, D 23,741 

Social Services 23,741 

Nakielna, B E M, Dr 26,496 

Health 26,496 

Nakusp& District Chamber of Commerce 66,226 

Economic Development 13,000 

Social Services 48,408 

Tourism 4,818 

Nakusp & District Community Services Association 490,005 

Attorney General 15,464 

Health 428,498 

Social Services 34,073 

Women's Equality 11,970 

Nakusp Mixed Slow Pitch Society 1 1 ,805 

Government Services 11 ,805 


PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1992/93 


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Namaste T ransition to Employment Society 

Social Services 

Namgis Education Society 

Education 

Nan-Di-Yon Communications Society 

Economic Development 

Nanaimo & Area Resource Services for Families . 

Health 

Nanaimo & District Harbourfront Centre 

Government Services 

Nanaimo & District Home Support Association .. 

Government Services 

Health 

Social Services 

Nanaimo & District Hospital Foundation 

Government Services 

Nanaimo & District Museum & Archives Society 

Advanced Education 

Social Services 

Nanaimo & Region Independent Living Resource 

Centre 

Social Services 

Nanaimo Alcohol & Drug Prevention & Treat- 
ment Society 

Health 

Nanaimo Art Gallery & Exhibition Centre 

Tourism 

Nanaimo Arts Council 

Tourism 

Nanaimo Association for Community Living 

Health 

Social Services 

Nanaimo Association for the Mentally Handi- 
capped People 

Health 

Social Services 

Nanaimo Bastion Museum Society 

Government Services 

Nanaimo Care Unit 

Health 

Nanaimo Centennial Museum & Archives 

Tourism 

Nanaimo Child Self Society 

Education 

Nanaimo Childrens DayCare 

Social Services 

Nanaimo Christian School (1 988) Society 

Education 

Nanaimo Citizen Advocacy Association 

Social Services 

Nanaimo Curling Club 

Government Services 

Nanaimo District Senior Citizens Housing Devel- 
opment Society 

Government Services 

Nanaimo Environmental Technology Centre 

Environment 

Nanaimo Family Life Association 

Health 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Nanaimo Family Life Teen Learning Centre 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Nanaimo Festival 

Government Services 

Tourism 

Nanaimo Independent Living Centre 

Social Services 

Nanaimo Meals-On-Wheels 

Health 

Nanaimo Men's Nonviolence Society 

Health 

Women's Equality 

Nanaimo Neurological & Cerebral Palsy Association 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


195,027 

Government Services 

8,683 


195,027 


Health 

489,675 



45,689 

Social Services 

638,335 


45,689 


Women's Equality 

1 9,400 



1 7,008 

Nanaimo Recycling Exchange Society 


. 39,934 

1 7,008 


Environment 

38,219 



13,000 

Social Services 

1,715 


1 3,000 


Nanaimo Region John Howard Society 


176,232 


10,000 

Attorney General 

144,575 


10,000 


Health 

22,550 



4,170,960 

Social Services 

9,107 


37,496 


Nanaimo Regional General Hospital 


49,606 

3,929,219 


Social Services 

49,606 


204,245 


Nanaimo Regional General Hospital Pharmacy . 


24,116 


25,000 

Health 

24,116 


25,000 


Nanaimo Regional General Hospital Society 


52,612,275 


29,273 

Health 

52,612,275 


5,000 


Nanaimo Regional Hospital District 


68,425 

24,273 


Health 

68,425 




Nanaimo Semi-Independant Home Program 


126,161 


29,220 

Social Services 

126,161 


29,220 


Nanaimo Swim Club 


28,233 



Government Services 

28,233 



654,187 

Nanaimo Tourist & Convention Bureau 


22,448 

654,187 


Tourism 

22,448 



13,500 

Nanaimo Travellers Lodge 


1,775,997 

13,500 


Health 

1,775,997 



13,195 

NanaimoTravellers Lodge Adult Day CareCentre 


149,852 

13,195 


Health 

149,852 



2,381,065 

Nanaimo Volunteer & Information Centre 


35,347 

373,018 


Social Services 

35,347 


2,008,047 


Nanaimo Womens Resources Society 


186,027 



Education 

2,500 



262,015 

Social Services 

123,777 


15,280 


Women's Equality 

59,750 


246,735 


Nanaimo Youth Services Association 


103,514 


51,733 

Social Services 

103,514 


51,733 


Nanoose Fire Protection Society 


35,000 


54,235 

Government Services 

35,000 


54,235 


Napier Intermediate Care Home Ltd 


1 ,296,691 


19,500 

Health 

1,296,691 


19,500 


Napier Lodge 


62,494 


82,967 

Social Services 

62,494 


82,967 


Napper, G 


70,281 


64,298 

Social Services 

70,281 


64,298 


Narnia Child Care Centre 


169,557 


443,730 

Social Services 

160,160 


443,730 


Women's Equality 

9,397 



194,314 

National Aboriginal Veterans Association 


1 6,000 

194,314 


Aboriginal Affairs 

1 6,000 



30,617 

National Association of Women & the Law 


23,000 

30,617 


Aboriginal Affairs 

5,000 




Attorney General 

3,000 



79,716 

Social Services 

1 0,000 


79,716 


Women's Equality 

5,000 



19,162 

National Ballet School 


23,000 

19,162 


Tourism 

23,000 



1,062,810 

National Coaching Institute 


1 60,000 

147,692 


Municipal Affairs 

1 60,000 


911,598 


National Judicial Institute 


39,136 

3,520 


Attorney General 

39,136 



134,656 

National Theatre School of Canada 


21,550 

122,386 


Tourism 

21,550 


12,270 


National Youth Orchestra of Canada 


10,000 


37,500 

Tourism 

10,000 


1 0,000 


Native Brotherhood of B C 


30,000 

27,500 


Aboriginal Affairs 

1 9,000 



15,750 

Education 

1 1 ,000 


15,750 


Native Court Workers & Counselling Association of BC 


2,923,196 


20,192 

Attorney General 

2,503,485 


20,192 


Health 

207,110 



17,245 

Social Services 

189,101 


9,245 


Women's Equality 

23,500 


8,000 


Native Education Advisory Committee 


13,808 


1,156,093 

Attorney General 

13,808 



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PROVINCE OF BRITISH COLUMBIA 


Native Participation Committee Victoria 

Aboriginal Affairs 

Nature Conservancy of Canada, The 

Environment 

Nature T rust of BC, The 

Environment 

Naukana Native Women's Association 

Aboriginal Affairs 

Health 

Women's Equality 

Nawican Daycare Centre 

Social Services 

Nawican Friendship Centre 

Aboriginal Affairs 

Health 

Social Services 

Nawitka Renewable Resource Consultants Ltd.... 

Aboriginal Affairs 

Nechako Valley Community Services Society 

Attorney General 

Health 

Social Services 

Nechako Valley Sporting Association 

Government Services 

Nechako/Stuart Association for Community Living 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Neher, L 

Social Services 

Neil, P 

Social Services 

Nelken Inc, M, Dr.. 

Health 

Social Services 

Nelson & District Chamber of Commerce 

Economic Development 

Tourism 

Nelson & District Home Support Services Soci- 
ety 

Government Services 

Health 

Social Services 

Nelson Area Waldorf School Association 

Education 

Social Services 

Nelson Avenue Daycare 

Social Services 

Nelson Community Services Centre 

Attorney General 

Health 

Social Services 

Women's Equality 

Nelson District Community Resources Society.... 

Health 

Social Services 

. Women's Equality 

Nelson Electric Tramway Society 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Nelson Family DayCare 

Social Services 

Nelson Golf & Recreation Society 

Government Services 

Social Services 

Nelson Jubilee Manor Society 

Health 

Social Services 

Nelson Municipal Library 

Municipal Affairs 

Nelson Women's Centre 

Women's Equality 

Nelson, Susan A 

Social Services 

Nemaiah Valley Recreation Commission 

Economic Development 


Ministry 

Total 


Ministry 

Total 

$ 

$ 


$ 

$ 


53,600 

Nemiah Valley Indian Band 


31,522 

53,600 


Aboriginal Affairs 

30,000 



56,000 

Social Services 

1,522 


56,000 


Nendick & M Nendick, V 


21,920 


127,000 

Social Services 

21,920 


1 27,000 


Nenqay Deni Yajelhtig Law Centre 


1 65,000 


40,700 

Attorney General 

1 65,000 


700 


Nerad Family Care Home 


13,407 

20,000 


Health 

7,822 


20,000 


Social Services 

5,585 



17,427 

Nesbitt & V Nesbitt, G 


45,665 

17,427 


Social Services 

45,665 



120,176 

Neskonlith Indian Band 


29,280 

30,000 


Aboriginal Affairs 

12,125 


58,098 


Social Services 

17,155 


32,078 


Netherlands Reformed Congregation 


1,006,625 


33,000 

Education 

1,006,625 


33,000 


Neto, Carlos .-. 


25,390 


833,324 

Health 

25,390 


20,000 


Neu, Doreen 


64,774 

294,745 


Social Services 

64,774 


518,579 


Neufeld & A Neufeld, B 


36,300 


14,036 

Social Services 

36,300 


14,036 


Neuls Ortho Care Ltd 


18,679 


443,409 

Health 

5,370 


503 


Social Services 

13,309 


442,906 


Neurological Centre, The 


2,196,988 


102,204 

Advanced Education 

5,119 


102,204 


Health 

2,106,023 



26,878 

Social Services 

85,846 


26,878 


Neveu, F 


11,284 


149,777 

Social Services 

11,284 


149,677 


New Bastion Theatre Co 


68,000 

100 


Tourism 

68,000 



23,941 

New Beginning Community Society, The 


25,857 

13,000 


Social Services 

25,857 


10,941 


New Beginnings Daycare 


128,785 



Social Services 

128,785 



2,053,688 

New Caledonia Daycare 


50,203 

4,568 


Social Services 

50,203 


1,705,803 


New Denver & Area Home Health Care Society . 


188,241 

343,317 


Health 

144,012 



373,428 

Social Services 

44,229 


373,176 


New Directions Vocational Testing & Counselling 



252 


Services 


1 7,500 


59,171 

Social Services 

1 7,500 


59,171 


New Greenwood Lodge 


281,609 


311,805 

Health 

222,161 


37,100 


Social Services 

59,448 


25,971 


New Horizon 


35,377 

220,974 


Health 

21,704 


27,760 


Social Services 

13,673 



1,844,468 

New Horizons Professional Support & Services Inc 


598,707 

302,673 


Social Services 

598,707 


1,500,851 


New Learning Society, The 


65,963 

40,944 


Education 

65,963 



268,530 

New Life Christian Fellowship 


14,825 

212,639 


Education 

14,825 


55,891 


New Play Centre .- 


89,964 


10,344 

Social Services 

5,964 


10,344 


Tourism 

84,000 



320,721 

New Pui-Tak Day Care Centre 


15,792 

235,334 


Social Services 

15,792 


85,387 


New Star Books Ltd 


25,538 


726,087 

Tourism 

25,538 


724,891 


New Start Training Centre 


108,316 

1,196 


Social Services 

108,316 



33,872 

New View Society 


266,359 

33,872 


Health 

266,359 



15,625 

New Vista Society, The 


5,900,922 

15,625 


Government Services 

22,333 



116,016 

Health 

5,876,995 


116,016 


Social Services 

1,594 



49,200 

New Way Enterprises Ltd 


13,092 

49,200 


Social Services 

1 3,092 



PUBLIC ACCOUNTS 1 992/93 


1113 


Ministry Total 

$ $ 

New Westminster Chamber of Commerce 87,737 

Economic Development 1 3,020 

Health 51,169 

Tourism 23,548 

New Westminster Child Development Centre 63,600 

Social Services 63,600 

New Westminster Family Place 68,61 7 

Social Services 68,61 7 

New Westminster Firefighters Charitable Soci- 
ety 10,321 

Government Services 10,321 

New Westminster Hyack Festival Association 88,866 

Government Services 88,866 

New Westminster Public Library 35,848 

Municipal Affairs 35,848 

New Westminster Salmonbellies Lacrosse Club.. 1 1,446 

Government Services 11 ,446 

New Westminster Victim Assistance Association 30,000 

Attorney General 30,000 

Newby & P Newby, K 478,918 

Health 478,918 

Newlife Christian Centre Society 50,81 0 

Education 50,810 

Newns, Pamela 31,434 

Social Services 31 ,434 

Newport, GC 235,365 

Attorney General 235,365 

Newton Adult Day Care Centre 1 1 9,91 8 

Health 119,918 

N ewton-Wh a 1 1 ey-H i-Way Tax i Ltd 12,722 

Social Services 1 2,722 

Niblow, Sharon 19,268 

Social Services 1 9,268 

Nicholl,T, Dr 35,096 

Health 35,096 

Nicholls, Lynne 41,313 

Social Services 41,313 

Nicholson, Bea 32,768 

Health 20,172 

Social Services 1 2,596 

Nickle, M 12,157 

Social Services 12,157 

Nicola Achievement Centre Society 260,774 

Health 260,774 

Nicola Valley Archives Association 26,053 

Government Services 2,500 

Social Sefvices 23,553 

Nicola Valley Association for Community Living 1 49,244 

Health 50,000 

Social Services 99,244 

Nicola Valley Community Arts Council 19,090 

Government Services 9,275 

Tourism 9,815 

Nicola Valley Community Human Services Asso- 
ciation 77,886 

Attorne