Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Report - April 2010 - March 2012

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Introduction

The Government of Canada is committed to helping First Nations in the provision of safe, clean, and reliable drinking water and the sustainable management of wastewater for their communities. To support this goal, Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada (AANDC) provides funding and advice to First Nations to assist in the design, construction, operation and maintenance of water and wastewater systems.

In 2006, the Government of Canada introduced a comprehensive strategy to mitigate the risks related to water quality in First Nations communities. Working with First Nations, three priority areas for action have been identified:

This report is a follow up to AANDC's Water and Wastewater Infrastructure Investment Report: April 2006 – March 2010, which detailed investments and highlighted progress made between April 1, 2006, and  31, 2010. This update outlines activities undertaken between April 1, 2010, and March 31, 2012, in each of the three priority areas. It reviews the initiatives that the department supported to strengthen capacity and enhance standards and protocols. In addition, it summarizes AANDC capital investments for water and wastewater infrastructure, including funding for the operation and maintenance of systems. Lastly, it highlights the outcomes of recent inspections of water and wastewater systems, and charts the path forward for AANDC's support to First Nations.

Background

On reserve lands, First Nations are owners of their water and wastewater systems and are responsible for their daily operation and management. AANDC provides funding and advice to assist in the design, construction, operation and maintenance of these facilities. The department also provides funding for the training and certification of system operators, Circuit Rider Trainers to support operators, and capacity building activities for communities to manage systems effectively.

Departmental funding is allocated through annual investments under the department's Capital Facilities and Maintenance Program (CFMP), as well as targeted funding through Canada's Economic Action Plan (CEAP) and the First Nations Water and Wastewater Action Plan (FNWWAP). FNWWAP, introduced in 2008, is a joint AANDC-Health Canada initiative that supports First Nations communities in bringing their drinking water and wastewater services to a level comparable to those enjoyed by other Canadians living in communities of similar size and location. In May 2010, the Government of Canada announced that FNWWAP was extended for two more years, and it was recently renewed for an additional two years in Budget 2012.

Between 2006 and 2014, the Government of Canada will have invested approximately $3 billion in water and wastewater in First Nations communities. In addition to AANDC funding, First Nations invest in water and wastewater systems and activities through own source revenues and various other government sources at the local, provincial and federal level.

Since the publication of the last report, AANDC completed the National Assessment of First Nations Waster and Wastewater Systems (National Assessment) in July 2011, a comprehensive assessment of the state of water and wastewater systems on reserve. In response to the findings of the assessment, the Government of Canada worked with First Nations to identify concrete actions in the areas of capacity building and training, enforceable standards and protocols, and infrastructure investments. In 2011-12, AANDC completed annual inspections through the department's Annual Performance Inspections (API) process, which assessed federally funded water and wastewater systems in order to determine their risk levels and progress since the National Assessment. See Annex C for the results of the 2011-2012 performance inspections.

2010-2012 Highlights

Enhanced Capacity Building and Training

Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada provides funding to First Nations to help communities build the capacity to manage and maintain facilities.

Capacity funding is primarily provided through the Circuit Rider Training Program (CRTP). The CRTP coordinates qualified experts to rotate through a circuit of First Nations communities, providing First Nations operators with ongoing, on-site training and mentoring on how to operate and maintain their drinking water and wastewater systems. The program is offered to all First Nation communities across Canada through a variety of partners and service providers, including private companies, tribal councils, and First Nation technical organizations.

Mack Seymour, a Waterkeeper from the Chemainius First Nation, shares his perspective on a new video-based training tool:

"As far as my experience, the video is a good Waterkeeper's tool because it explains. If any of the community wants to know how the water system runs, where it comes from, how it's filtered out, everything it does--it's a good tool for people out in the community to have a brief understanding of how their water system works."

Circuit Rider Trainers provide additional support via 24-hour hotlines, which operators can rely on for advice during normal operations and any emergencies that may arise.

The CRTP initiative also supports the development of training programs, templates, guides, and tools to assist First Nations with the operation and maintenance of their facilities. Each year, AANDC provides approximately $10 million for Circuit Rider Trainers to ensure CRTP services are available to all First Nations communities.

Highlights of 2010-2012

  • New Circuit Rider Trainer Program guidelines were developed to help standardize the program and to support operators in improving the management of operation and maintenance (O&M) of their systems.
  • The 2009-11 National Assessment concluded that 51 per cent of water systems and 42 per cent of wastewater systems were managed by operators certified to the level of the system that they operated. By 2011-12, API results indicated that 60.1 per cent of water treatment systems and 53.9 per cent of wastewater systems were managed by operators certified to the level of the system.
  • As part of continuing efforts to improve maintenance on water and wastewater systems, AANDC regional offices shared a tool with First Nations to help them develop Maintenance Management Plans (MMPs). As of 2011-12, inspections showed that 51 per cent of water systems and 34 per cent of wastewater systems had MMPs, up from 28 per cent and 23 per cent, respectively, from the National Assessment.

Enforceable Standards and Protocols

The department has established a suite of water and wastewater protocols to help ensure that on-reserve residents enjoy standards of health and safety comparable to neighboring off-reserve residents. They set out standards for design, construction, operation, maintenance, and monitoring of water and wastewater systems on reserve:

While these three protocols outline requirements for the operation of First Nations water and wastewater systems, they currently cannot be legally enforced. As a result, there is a regulatory gap between communities on reserve and those off reserve, where provincial or territorial regulations apply. AANDC has been working on legislation that will allow the Government to develop, in partnership with First Nations, enforceable federal regulations to ensure access to safe, clean and reliable drinking water, the effective treatment of wastewater, and the protection of water sources on First Nation lands.

Circuit Rider & Water Treatment Plant Operators performing routine maintenance

AANDC undertook initiatives across the country to support training for First Nation individuals to operate water and wastewater systems in their communities:

  • In British Columbia, AANDC worked with Thomson Rivers University to develop a First Nations-oriented four-year university program for training operators. The first 14 students graduated in 2010.
  • In Quebec, AANDC partnered with tribal councils to develop a First Nations-oriented training program leading toward operator certification and on-the-job training to keep certification up-to-date. A training plan for all communities is also prepared yearly to meet the needs identified by certified trainers.
  • In Manitoba and other regions, the department funds training to help operators obtain high-school equivalency, which operators need in most regions in order to become certified.

Highlights of 2010-2012

John Duncan, Minister of AANDC, announced the Updated Legislation to Protect Drinking Water in First Nation Communities with Treaty 7 Grand Chief Charles Weaselhead, Treaty 6 Grand Chief Cameron Alexis, and Treaty 8 Grand Chief Richard Kappo.
  • Bill S-11, the Safe Drinking Water for First Nations Act, was introduced in the House of Commons in May of 2010. The legislation would enable the Government of Canada to work with First Nations to develop enforceable federal regulations for water and wastewater on reserve. Bill S-11 died on the Order Paper in the Senate Committee when the 40th Parliament dissolved in March 2011.
  • The Safe Drinking Water for First Nations Act was reintroduced in the Senate as Bill S-8     on February 29, 2012. While the spirit of the bill remains the same as Bill S-11, changes and improvements to clarify its intent and scope were incorporated based on feedback received from First Nations, Senators, and Members of Parliament. Subject to the proposed legislation receiving Royal Assent, Bill S-8 represents a vital step towards ensuring First Nations have the same health and safety protections for drinking water as other Canadians.

Infrastructure Investments: Improving Technologies and Partnerships

Between April 1, 2010, and March 31, 2012, AANDC invested $678 million in the construction, operation, maintenance and monitoring of water systems and wastewater systems on reserve.

Capital Investments 

From 2010 to 2012, First Nations received $424.6 million in capital funding from AANDC for all water and wastewater projects. Projects funded included the construction of new treatment facilities, the construction of water and wastewater storage facilities, the expansion of existing systems, and the servicing of lots for new home construction. See Annex A for a list of water and wastewater projects over $1.5 million completed from 2010-11 to 2011-12.

Operations and Maintenance Investments

AANDC also provided First Nations with $253.4 million in ongoing O&M funding for systems built with departmental funds. Funding for operations is allocated for activities to help run the systems, such as the purchase of chemicals to treat water. Funding for maintenance is provided for activities that ensure that the system continues to run safely and in optimal condition throughout the lifespan of the asset. As owners of their facilities, First Nations are responsible for operation and maintenance and are expected to contribute to the associated costs; AANDC funds 80 per cent of O&M expenses for water and wastewater facilities and First Nations are expected to provide the remaining 20 per cent.

Water treatment plant
Above: John Duncan, right, Minister of AANDC, speaks with Kahnawake Grand Chief Michael Delisle, left, and Frank Deere, Project Manager at the new Kahnawake Water Filtration Plant.

Community Success Story:
Kahnawake First Nation Water Treatment Facility and Reservoir

Kahnawake First Nation is located southwest of Montréal, with 7600 on-reserve members. A rapidly expanding community, the First Nation's existing water treatment system had been pushed to full capacity to meet the needs of the growing population.

Thanks to a $11.4 million investment from AANDC, Kahnawake opened their new drinking water treatment system and reservoir in 2012. The First Nation was responsible for managing this large-scale project, which will accommodate future growth, improve water quality, and create new jobs for community members.

Improving Water and Wastewater Services – Island Lake Communities

In Manitoba, AANDC is working with the Island Lake communities of Garden Hill, St. Theresa Point, Wasagamack and Red Sucker Lake to improve the provision of safe drinking water and sewer services to unserviced houses. In November 2011, the department committed $5.5 million to support the initiative, identifying priorities in collaboration with the First Nations.

In 2011, equipment and materials were purchased and delivered over winter roads for the retrofitting of 100 houses, as well as the construction of garages to house six water and seven sewage trucks. The garages are scheduled to be completed by October 2012 and the houses by March 2013.

Partnerships

AANDC is committed to developing partnerships to support communities in bringing their drinking water and wastewater services to a level enjoyed by comparable off-reserve communities.

In Ontario, AANDC partners with Health Canada and the Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation to hold bi-annual Water Symposiums, which bring together First Nation leaders, administrators, policy makers, water plant operators, and federal and provincial government officials.  The most recent symposium was held on March 20-21, 2012, in Niagara Falls. The objective was to discuss innovative water treatment technologies, proposed drinking water legislation and regulations, source water protection, and emergency preparedness. In order to improve the ability of municipal governments and adjacent First Nations to form partnerships that lead to improved water and wastewater infrastructure and related services, AANDC provides funding to the Federation of Canadian Municipalities to Administer the First Nations Municipal Community Infrastructure Partnership Program (CIPP). CIPP encourages mutually beneficial community infrastructure service agreements through forming partnerships, sharing knowledge and expertise, and pooling assets.  In 2011-12, the program has also developed a Service Agreement Best Practice Toolkit including a series of First Nations-Municipal Service Agreement templates.

On March 6-7, 2012, the Assembly of First Nations organized a National Indigenous Water Conference that attracted a national audience of First Nation leadership, technicians, and government staff. The conference focused on issues, policies and program activities related to water and wastewater in First Nations communities. It consisted of a plenary session, technical presentations and a trade show. AANDC financially supported the technical elements of the conference (presentations and trade show).

 Highlights of 2010-2012:

  • Over 2010-2012, AANDC provided $678 million to First Nations and First Nation organizations for the construction, operation and maintenance of water and wastewater systems on reserve – $424.7 million in capital funding and $253.3 million in O&M funding.
    • In 2010-11, AANDC invested $250.5 million in capital and $126.1 million in O&M for a total of $376.6 million for water and wastewater infrastructure.
    • In 2011-12, AANDC invested $174.2 million in capital and $127.2 million in O&M for a total of $301.4 million for water and wastewater infrastructure.
  • Over 2010-2012, 47 major water and wastewater infrastructure projects were completed in First Nations communities for a total of $294 million. This total includes AANDC's share as well as other sources of funding.
  • Work to address 47 water systems identified as high risk in the National Assessment commenced in 2011. Approximately 24,000 individuals living in First Nation communities will benefit from these investments.

Community Success Story: Lac La Ronge Regional Water Treatment Plant

The Lac La Ronge Regional Water System Water Treatment Plant
Above: The Lac La Ronge Regional Water System Water Treatment Plant

The Lac La Ronge Indian Band, located in north-central Saskatchewan, shares water treatment and distribution systems with the Town of La Ronge and the Village of Air Ronge.

To respond to new water quality standards and address community growth, AANDC partnered with Infrastructure Canada and local partners to fund a $12 million expansion and upgrade project.

A total of 1290 water and wastewater systems were funded by AANDC in 2011-2012. A breakdown by region and by water and wastewater system is outlined in the chart below.

Number of Wasterwater and Wastewater Systems Funded by AANDC for 2011-2012
Description of – Number of Water and Wastewater Systems Funded by AANDC for 2011-2012

This bar graph illustrates the number of water systems and the number of wastewater systems funded by AANDC for 2011-2012.

Atlantic region funded 31 water systems and 24 wastewater systems for a total of 55 systems.
Quebec region funded 38 water systems and 38 wastewater systems for a total of 76 systems.
Ontario region funded 147 water systems and 71 wastewater systems for a total of 218 systems.
Manitoba region funded 68 water systems and 65 wastewater systems for a total of 133 systems.
Saskatchewan region funded 100 water systems and 92 wastewater systems for a total of 192 systems.
Alberta region funded 82 water systems and 80 wastewater systems for a total of 162 systems.
British Columbia region funded 293 water systems and 146 wastewater systems for a total of 439 systems.
Yukon region funded 12 water systems and 3 wastewater systems for a total of 15 systems.

The chart below provides total funding by region over the 2010-2012, differentiated by capital and O&M funding. See Annex B for a breakdown of AANDC funding by First Nation and region.

Regional Distribution of Water and Wastewater Funding
NOTE: $1,034,262 was allocated from headquarters to the following two recipients: the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) and the Circuit Rider Trainer Professional Association (CRTPA). These projects are not identified in the table above.
Description of – Regional Distribution of Water and Wastewater Funding, April 2010 to March 2012

This bar graph illustrates the amount of capital funding and Operations and Maintenance (O&M) funding received for Water and Wastewater per region from April 2010 to March 2012.
Atlantic region received $29,462,188 in capital funding and $4,559,530 in O&M funding for a total of $34,021,718.
Quebec region received $58,645,521 in capital funding and $14,290,343 in O&M funding for a total of $72,935,864.
Ontario region received $58,435,091 in capital funding and $82,911,708 in O&M funding for a total of $141,346,800.
Manitoba region received $77,644,590 in capital funding and $52,477,086 in O&M funding for a total of $130,121,676.
Saskatchewan region received $72,172,062 in capital funding and $27,482,215 in O&M funding for a total of $99,654,277.
Alberta region received $49,010,172 in capital funding and $33,028,169 in O&M funding for a total of $82,038,341.
British Columbia region received $72,850,078 in capital funding and $34,882,779 in O&M funding for a total of $107,732,857.
Yukon region received $5,541,091 in capital funding and $3,582,399 in O&M funding for a total of $9,123,490.

Inspections and Outcomes

Inspections and risk assessments are tools that First Nations can use to inform immediate and long-term planning for water and wastewater in their communities, including decisions on how their systems are maintained and operated, how the life of their systems can be prolonged, and how system risks can be reduced. They also provide a means for AANDC to assess the outcomes of water and wastewater investments and activities on reserve, enabling key priorities to be identified and resources to be targeted more effectively.

AANDC's water and wastewater protocols require that an annual inspection be completed to verify the performance of any centralised water or wastewater system that is funded in whole or in part by AANDC and serves five or more household service connections (or that serves a public facility). Risk assessments, conducted according to the Department of Aboriginal Affairs and Northern Development Canada's Risk Evaluation Guidelines, are a component of these inspections.

What do risk ratings mean?

A low risk system indicates that there are few or no deficiencies found when a system is inspected.

Medium risk systems have minor deficiencies in several areas or major deficiencies in one or two areas.

High risk systems have several deficiencies in several key areas of assessment.

AANDC measures risk more comprehensively than any other jurisdiction in Canada, taking into account an extensive set of factors that could lead to problems with water and wastewater systems. It is important to note that a risk rating is a measure of overall system management risk (also known as "calculated" risk), not of water or wastewater safety or quality.

Overall system risk is calculated using a weighted value for each category as follows:

The type of risk assessment applied is not designed to assess the risk associated with a Municipal Type Service Agreement system, nor to assess the risk associated with residents relying on individual water (e.g. wells) or wastewater (e.g. septic) services.

As part of the First Nations Water and Wastewater Action Plan (FNWWAP), the Government announced, in 2008, a plan to conduct a detailed national assessment of existing public and private water and wastewater facilities operated by First Nation communities across the country.

Whitecap Dakota First Nation Chief Darcy
From left: Whitecap Dakota First Nation Chief Darcy Bear, Minister Duncan and Water Treatment Plant Operator Debbie Roper tour the Whitecap First Nation Water Treatment Plant in Saskatchewan.

On July 14, 2011, Minster Duncan released the results of the National Assessment of Water and Wastewater Systems in First Nation Communities, the most rigorous, comprehensive and independent evaluation of water and wastewater systems on reserve ever undertaken by a federal government.

The National Assessment surveyed the water and wastewater systems of 97 per cent of First Nation communities in Canada. This provided AANDC and First Nations with a comprehensive and detailed account of water and wastewater systems on reserves.

The contract for the independent assessment was awarded to Neegan Burnside Limited in May 2009. AANDC invested $9.3 million for the assessment which involved the review of 4,000 systems including 1,300 communal water and wastewater systems, and 800 wells and 1,900 septic fields in 571 First Nation communities across the country.

In 2011, AANDC conducted an Annual Performance Inspections (API). APIs, as required under AANDC's protocols for federally funded water and wastewater systems, April 2011 and March 2012. These inspections were conducted by AANDC inspectors or contractors certified to the level of the system being inspected (Circuit Rider, licensed consulting engineer, licensed Tribal Council engineer, provincial water system inspector, or water system operator).

The inspectors used the same risk evaluation tool as the National Assessment. However, a number of water and wastewater systems that were inspected during the National Assessment site visits were not inspected during the 2011-2012 APIs. These include:

Where no inspection was completed, the National Assessment results for the system were carried forward. (See Annex C where systems not inspected in the 2011-2012 API are identified with an asterisk). The following table indicates risk ratings for the 1290 systems inspected in the 2011-12 API cycle that were also inspected in the National Assessment.

Risk Level Water Systems
(771)
Wastewater Systems (519)
1 Systems not inspected in either the National Assessment or the 2011-12 Annual Performance Inspection.
2 API results as of June 6, 2012.
2009-10 National Assessment
High 268 69
Medium 257 251
Low 194 162
NA1 52 37
2011-12 Annual Performance Inspections2
High 206 58
Medium 268 210
Low 266 234
NA1  31 17

The results of the 2011-12 API cycle show that the number of water systems rated as high risk has decreased by 8.1 per cent and the number of wastewater systems rated as high risk has decreased by 2.1 per cent, since the 2009-2010 National Assessment risk assessments were conducted.

The overall change in risk ratings by system was as follows:

Description of – Overall risk change – Water From National Assessment to 2011 results

Of the 771 Water Systems included in the 2011-12 Annual Inspection Process, the change for these systems from their National Assessment results were as follows:
Approximately 50% of systems had no change in risk rating, for a total of 385 water systems.
Approximately 14% of systems had an increase in risk rating, for a total of 105 water systems.
Approximately 29% of systems had a reduction in risk ratings, for a total of 225 water systems.
Approximately 7% of systems are not applicable, for a total of 56 water systems. Results for these 56 systems are unavailable to compare as they were not evaluated in the National Assessment and evaluated in the 2011-12 Annual Performance Inspection or vice versa.

Description of – Overall risk change – Wastewater From National Assessment to 2011 results

Of the 519 Wastewater Systems included in the 2011-12 Annual Inspection Process, the change for these systems from their National Assessment results were as follows:
Approximately 63% of systems had no change in risk rating, for a total of 325 water systems.
Approximately 9% of systems had an increase in risk rating, for a total of 46 water systems.
Approximately 21% of systems had a reduction in risk ratings, for a total of 109 water systems.
Approximately 7% of systems are not applicable, for a total of 39 water systems. Results for these 39 systems are unavailable to compare as they were not evaluated in the National Assessment and evaluated in the 2011-12 Annual Performance Inspection or vice versa.

Water Risk Changes from National Assessment to 2011-12 API

Wastewater Risk Changes from National Assessment to 2011-12 API

The National Assessment demonstrated that operation and maintenance, operator qualification, and record keeping account for 60 per cent of system risk. These factors were the primary drivers of the changes in risk ratings described above. Where they were successfully decreased, overall system risk levels went down. Where these risk factors increased, system risk levels rose. This is why the department is working to reduce highest risk ratings through strategic investments, focusing on improving operation & maintenance and operator training.

Annex C provides a comparison of risk ratings from the National Assessment and the 2011-12 Annual Performance Inspections broken down by system.

Looking Forward

Looking ahead, the federal government will continue to work with First Nations, the provinces and territories, and other stakeholders to build on progress achieved over the last two years. Over 2012-13 and 2013-14, the Government of Canada has allocated $749.4 million to fund on-reserve water/wastewater infrastructure and complementary activities—$684.3 million through AANDC and an additional $65.1 million through Health Canada. This includes a Budget 2012 commitment of $330.8 million in targeted funding.Between 2006 and 2014, the Government of Canada will have invested approximately $3 billion in water and wastewater in First Nations communities.

AANDC will continue to take action to reduce system risk levels through three identified priorities:

Enhanced capacity building and training

Supporting Better Planning

As part of the work to support First Nations in increasing capacity to operate water and wastewater systems, AANDC has been developing templates to assist in developing Maintenance Management Plans (MMP), Emergency Response Plans (ERP), and Water Protection Plans (WPP).  These tools will be finalized in 2012-2013 and Circuit Rider Trainers will assist operators in using the templates to create and implement system-specific plans.

Trained and certified operators are key to reducing risk and helping to ensure safe drinking water in First Nation communities. In particular, the implementation of the new Circuit Rider Training Program guidelines will strengthen First Nations capacity by providing increased training and mentoring services to operators of water and wastewater systems. Other examples of planned activities include the development of regional hubs to monitor and potentially operate systems remotely, the development of centres of expertise to make available back-up operator capacity in communities, and the distribution of templates for maintenance management, and emergency response plans to operators. All of these activities target improvements in the management and effectiveness of on-reserve water and wastewater systems, a reduction in the number and duration of drinking water advisories, decreased risk scores, and longer lifespan for water and wastewater infrastructure.

Enforceable standards and protocols

Bill S-8, the proposed Safe Drinking Water for First Nations Act was introduced in Parliament on February 29, 2012, to enable the development, with First Nations, of legally enforceable regulations for water and wastewater on reserve. Upon Royal Assent, AANDC will begin formal discussions on regulatory development with First Nation organizations.

AANDC will support First Nations in complying with Environment Canada's Wastewater Systems Effluent Regulations, once enacted. Revisions will also be made to align departmental wastewater protocols with the new regulations.

Infrastructure investments - improving technologies and partnerships

Initiative to Improve Drinking Water Quality

In July 2011, the Governments of Canada and Ontario announced theCanada–Ontario First Nations Initiative to Improve Drinking Water Quality, a new joint three-year initiative harnessing innovative and alternative drinking water systems to improve water quality in Ontario First Nation communities. The Ontario First Nations Technical Services Corporation is also supporting this initiative by providing technical support to First Nations and Tribal Councils.

Four First Nation communities will participate in the pilot, which will explore:

  • selecting appropriate design and technology solutions for water systems through a collaborative process with representatives from the First Nations, Ministry of Environment of Ontario and AANDC;
  • implementing drinking-water solutions; and
  • operating, maintaining and monitoring the systems.

AANDC will provide up to $5 million in funding to cover the full costs of capital infrastructure and, in addition, at least three years of operations and maintenance funding for the projects.

In addition to the construction of several new water and wastewater systems across the country in First Nation communities, significant investments are proposed for system expansions, repairs and enhancements to bring systems up to standard.

Planned projects for 2012-2013 include 286 capital projects to design, build, renovate, or expand water and wastewater systems. Of these planned projects, 103 projects are expected to be completed by March 2014.

Looking forward, AANDC will continue to work in partnership with First Nations to support concrete actions to improve on-reserve water and wastewater systems and outcomes.

Annex A: Water and Wastewater Projects Over $1.5 Million Completed (2010-11 to 2011-12)

Region First Nation / First Nation Organization Project name(s) Project cost(s) Fiscal Year Project Completed Project Description(s)
NOTE: Where applicable, the Project Cost column includes other sources of funding in addition to AANDC funding.
AT SHESHATSHIU INNU Sheshatshiu Sewage Treatment Plant $11,494,592 2011-2012 This project entailed the construction of a new 4-cell aerated lagoon and upgrades to the sewage collection system.
AT WAGMACOOK Wagmacook Sewage Treatment Upgrades $6,520,126 2010-2011 Phase I (09/10): This phase was for the design and upgrade of existing aerated lagoon to meet Environment Canada Biochemical demand and Suspended Solids (BOD & SS) regulatory effluent requirements. The scope included: increasing water level & height to achieve capacity, increasing aeration capacity, and upgrading access road. The completed lagoon will meet design flow requirements to year 2034. Phase II (10/11): This phase was for the design and construction of a new rotational biological contact treatment plant & control building to replace old stabilization pond that consistently failed to meet current regulatory effluent requirements.
AT POTLOTEK Lagoon Upgrade $1,526,000 2010-2011 The Chapel Island Sewage Lagoon Upgrade consists of the desludging, restructuring and reshaping of the 2 existing lagoons. An aeration system was installed changing the lagoons from facultative to aerated. An aeration system and an air-blower building serves as a maintenance building for the systems operators. A treatment building containing UV disinfection equipment was constructed at the outlet of the system.
AT MUSHUAU INNU Sango Brook Water Intake $6,200,000 2010-2011 Construction of a permanent fresh-water intake in the community of Natuashish. The permanent intake has replaced the temporary water supply systems which consisted of artesian wells as well as temporary and seasonal surface water extraction systems from Sango Brook.
AT - Total of Completed Projects $25,740,718    
QC KAHNAWAKE FIRST NATION  New water treatment system and increased reservoir capacity $11,700,000 2011-2012 The project consisted of replacing the existing ACTIFLO system with a new membrane filtration system. The project also included the construction of a new reservoir which meets applicable standards including fire protection.
QC ANISHINABEG FIRST NATION OF KITIGAN ZIBI Improvements to drinking water and wastewater treatment systems 1)  $11,600,000



2)  $2,500,000
2011-2012 Water treatment plant & distribution network: the project was implemented under CEAP at a total cost of 11.6 M$. The water treatment plant now provides safe drinking water to 195 residences and a dozen community buildings which use to be serviced with well water that showed levels of uranium and radium. Subsequent phases are required to service a greater number of residences.

Waste water treatment: At a cost of 2.5 M$ this project consisted of building three lagoons and servicing the core area of the community.
QC PREMIÈRE NATION DE MANAWAN   $1,952,000 2011-2012 The previously existing facilities had reached their useful life and no longer complied with applicable standards and regulations. They were replaced with a suspended media bio-reactor as pre-treatment and followed with lagoons.
QC - Total of Completed Projects $27,752,000    
ON MOOSE DEER POINT Water Treatment Plant and Distribution System $20,762,222 2011-2012 New communal water supply system and a building that houses a slow sand water filtration system. Water storage of 580,000 liters, for both domestic and fire protection requirements, is provided from the elevated water reservoir. Approximately 70 servicing connections were extended to existing houses, including 11 to community buildings, and 21 to new lots. AANDC's contribution of $18,074,453 of which $16,816,222 was from CEAP.
ON ATIKAMEKSHENG ANISHNAWBEK Booster Pumping Station & Subdivision Services $2,462,560 2010-2011 The project included the construction of a Booster Pumping Station, trunk water main, water main, fire hydrants and service connection points for 23 lots. The project was partially funded by CEAP with a $1,672,560 contribution.
ON – Total of Completed Projects $23,224,782    
MB NISICHAWAYASIHK Water/Sewer $7,345,200 2010-2011 Design and construction of upgrades to the existing water treatment and distribution system, design and construction of a new subdivision to provide road access, and water and sewer services to 82 new housing lots, and design for the proposed expansion of the existing lagoon.
MB RED SUCKER LAKE Water Treatment Plant $9,361,600 2010-2011 Design and construction of a new wet well, intake and a water treatment plant expansion immediately adjacent the existing water treatment plant building and reservoir. Piped mainline servicing connections were provided between the new facility and the existing infrastructure systems. One wastewater hauling truck and two water hauling trucks were also provided for the community.
MB WAR LAKE Water Treatment Plant $6,502,600 2010-2011 The construction of a new water treatment plant to service both the communities of War Lake First Nation and the community of Ilford. A new water intake was constructed and the existing water treatment plant and the existing water intake were decommissioned as part of the project.
MB YORK FACTORY W/S (Claim 138) $1,914,200 2010-2011 The replacement of a forcemain located between the main lift station and the communities lagoon. Also included was upgrading of the four existing lift stations in the community.
MB LONG PLAIN New Lagoon $11,890,100 2011-2012 A new aerated lagoon wastewater treatment facility at Long Plain First Nation was constructed to service the communities of Long Plain and Dakota Plains. This allowed for the decommissioning of the two existing mechanical sewage treatment plants. The new lagoon now provides these communities with wastewater treatment and disposal that will meet their present and future needs.
MB NORWAY HOUSE New Lagoon $15,154,200 2011-2012 Construction of a 3-cell lagoon with aeration building. Provided lagoon connections to existing sewage lines and new discharge pipe to river. Construction of a new access road from provincial highway to aeration building.
MB SAGKEENG Water Treatment Plant and Associated Works $7,433,600 2011-2012 The expansion of the existing south shore water treatment plant to service both the residents of the south shore and north shore. The scope involved converting the existing raw water river crossing to a potable water river crossing and the conversion of the existing water treatment plant to a re-chlorination/re-pressurization plant.
MB – Total of Completed Projects $59,601,500    
SK YELLOW QUILL FIRST NATION WTP Reconstruction (TE62) $6,760,000 2011-2012 Reconstruction of water treatment plant (WTP) after fire destroyed on January 30, 2010, which included reestablishment of water service, construction of temporary WTP and reconstruction of permanent WTP to serve the community of Yellow Quill.
SK STAR BLANKET CREE NATION Lebret Water Supply (T935) $2,173,000 2011-2012 Construction of WTP and reservoir, complete with two new supply wells, to serve the community of Wa-Pii Moos-Toosis (White Calf).
SK PIAPOT FIRST NATION WTP Upgrade (T784) $4,455,000 2011-2012 Construction of a WTP and reservoir expansions, complete with new supply well and pipeline connection to WTP, to serve the community of Piapot.
SK LAC LA RONGE BAND La Ronge Regional Water System (T830) $4,502,300 2011-2012 Construction of a regional treated water supply system to serve the communities of Lac La Ronge, Town of La Ronge and the Northern Village of Air Ronge.
SK WHITECAP DAKOTA FIRST NATION WTP Expansion (TA20) $2,576,100 2011-2012 Construction of WTP and reservoir expansions, treated water transfer main to Casino WTP, to serve the community of Whitecap.
SK CANOE LAKE CREE NATION Lagoon & Sewage Pumping Station (T771) $4,413,000 2011-2012 Construction of a new sewage pumping station, forcemain and sewage lagoon, to serve the community of Canoe Lake.
SK THUNDERCHILD FIRST NATION WTP Expansion (T894) $4,107,800 2011-2012 Construction of WTP and reservoir expansions, to serve the community of Thunderchild.
SK ONE ARROW FIRST NATION Raw Water Pumping Upgrades (TA78) $3,737,000 2011-2012 Construction of a 31.5 km treated water supply main from SK Water's Wakaw WTP to One Arrow WTP.
SK STURGEON LAKE FIRST NATION West Subdivision Expansion (TE04) $1,810,200 2011-2012 Construction of 34 lot subdivision development and reconstruction of sewage pumping station #2, to serve the west core community of Sturgeon Lake.
SK FOND DU LAC DENESULINE NATION Subdivision Development Phase 5 (TA51) $9,476,000 2011-2012 Construction of 41 lot subdivision development, treated water supply main, booster station and reservoir, to serve the community of Fond du Lac.
SK FLYING DUST FIRST NATION Subdivision Extension (TA69) $2,215,200 2011-2012 Construction of 64 lot subdivision development, sewage pumping station and forcemain, to serve the community of Flying Dust.
SK KAHKEWISTAHAW FIRST NATION WTP Upgrade & Lagoon Expansion (T931) $3,813,000 2011-2012 Construction of WTP and raw water supply upgrades, gravity sewer main extension and lagoon expansion to serve the community of Kahkewistahaw.
SK GEORGE GORDON FIRST NATION Water Storage & WTP Expansion (T837) $2,305,000 2010-2011 Construction of WTP and reservoir expansions, complete with third supply well, to serve the community of Gordon.
SK BLACK LAKE DENESULINE NATION Sewage Lagoon (T721) $9,481,000 2010-2011 Construction of a new sewage lagoon, forcemain and upgrades to sewage pumping stations no. 1, 2 and 3, to serve the Black Lake.
SK FOND DU LAC DENESULINE NATION Sewage Lagoon (T958) $9,337,000 2010-2011 Construction of a new sewage lagoon, forcemain, sewage pumping station and decommissioning of the existing sewage lagoon, to serve the community of Fond du Lac.
SK – Total of Completed Projects $71,161,600    
AB NORTHERN SUNRISE COUNTY Regional water line servicing Woodland Cree First Nation $4,265,000 2010-2011 Regional water line servicing Woodland Cree First Nation will meet future potable water standards and has enabled the Woodland Cree First Nation to become 25% owners of a "Not for Profit Corporate Entity" called "NEW Water Ltd." AANDC's funding contribution was $4.01M for Phase 1 and $255K for Phase 2. This project is the recipient of the LEEDS Silver Rating for efficiency in building envelop, mechanical systems and lighting.
AB SADDLE LAKE FIRST NATION New Water Treatment Plant $13,049,842 2011-2012 New water treatment plant. The old water treatment plant had capacity issues and was no longer capable of meeting the Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality. From CEAP, we were able to design and construct a new Class IV system which provides safe potable water to the community for the next 25 years.
AB DENE THA' BAND New Water Treatment Plant $11,178,800 2011-2012 New water treatment plant. The old water treatment plant had capacity issues and was no longer capable of meeting the Guidelines for Canadian Drinking Water Quality. From the CEAP, we were able to design and construct a new water system which provides safe potable water to the community for the next 25 years. This project is a recipient of 2012 Consulting Engineers of Alberta - Showcase Award of Merit.
AB WHITEFISH LAKE FIRST NATION   $4,620,572 2011-2012 This CEAP project replaced a non functioning rotating biological contactor which could not manage the current wastewater needs of the community. The project scope consisted of the replacement of existing wastewater infrastructure and construction of a new lagoon to meet current environmental and health standards while fulfilling the needs of the community.
AB STONEY Morley Sewer System Upgrade $6,150,795 2011-2012 This project was undertaken in phases with the repair of waste water collection and lift station completed in 2006/07 and construction of the mechanical treatment plant completed in 2011/12. The mechanical plant and associated works are currently being utilized for their intended purpose.
AB STONEY Eden Valley Septic System $1,755,918 2011-2012 This project was completed in two phases. The first phase consisted of the construction of a community septic treatment system and collection mains. The second phase included the introduction of a forcemain and collection system to service the lower north side of the community.
AB ERMINESKIN New Water Source $2,277,500 2011-2012 Design and construction of an additional water reservoir required to support the capacity of the community.
AB Technical Services Advisory Group/ALL AB First Nations Remote Monitoring $4,392,881 2011-2012 This monitoring system employs the use of a remote water monitoring system supported by Technical Services Advisory Group (TSAG) Circuit Rider Training Program. 57 remote monitoring systems were installed as part of this project.
AB – Total of Completed Projects $47,691,308    
BC TK'EMLUPS FIRST NATION Wastewater Collection System $8,797,238 2010-2011 The new trunk sewer system consists of nine kilometers of underground sewage piping and four sewage pumping stations, immediately servicing 114 existing community homes, the band administration building and the band school. The project has provided immediate economic benefits by servicing 30 commercial sites and 260 economic development homes. A centralized pipe system will extend future services to the entire Tk'emlúps community and to future band economic development projects.
BC NISGA'A VILLAGE OF GITWINKSHILKW Drinking Water System - Supply and Treatment Upgrade $7,024,889 2011-2012 The Nisgaa Village of Gitwinksihlkw, required a new drinking water supply which included a new intake, delivery lines and water treatment plant. The water treatment plant now provides ballasted flocculation with high rate settling and filtration, suitable for treating the heavily coloured and turbid water.
BC GITANMAAX Water Treatment System Upgrades $2,688,248 2011-2012 The communities of Gitanmaax and Hazelton share a jointly owned Water Treatment plant which was upgraded to reduce colour and turbidity levels by adding a pretreatment using chemical coagulation, flocculation and ballasted settling. A third sand filter was added to improve filtration efficiency and a limestone contact chamber was installed to prevent aggressive water and reduce pH. The improvements have increased water quality and quantity as well as reduce operations and maintenance in scraping of filters. The project was funded through a grant from the Province of BC, Village of Hazelton and AANDC.
BC ?ESDILAGH Drinking Water System Upgrade $1,747,462 2011-2012 The ?Esdilagh FN required a new drinking water supply which included 2 new wells, a dedicated supply line and a water treatment plant. The water treatment process included manganese removal and the addition of chlorine.
BC PENELAKUT Community Low Pressure Sewer System $2,352,179 2011-2012 Penelakut First Nation required an updated wastewater collection system which included: low pressure sewer forcemain and new service connections to existing homes, a sewage lift station, and a conventional forcemain transporting sewage offsite to Crofton for treatment and disposal at the District of North Cowichan wastewater treatment plant.
BC GITANYOW Sanitary Sewer Collection and Treatment $5,776,498 2010-2011 The Gitanyow sewer project consisted of a new sewage collection, treatment and disposal system, sized to accommodate 20-year growth and development in the community. The sewage treatment includes a two-cell aerated lagoon to an aerated storage basin which provides 4 months of detention. UV disinfection provides further treatment before the effluent is seasonally discharged to a constructed wetland which is conveyed to a downstream natural wetland.
BC GITXAALA Sewage Collection, Treatment and Disposal $7,507,024 2010-2011 The Gitxaala sewer project replaced 3 aging septic tanks and ocean discharge with two modern aerated lagoons. The existing sewer lines are intercepted by three lift stations which pump to the lagoons using a common force main. The project was unique in that it incorporated heavy equipment operator training into the project and several Band members qualified for their Red Seal certification to operated heavy trucks and large excavation equipment.
BC – Total of Completed Projects $35,893,538    
GRAND TOTAL $291,065,446    

Annex B: AANDC Funding to First Nations for Water & Wastewater (2010-11 to 2011-12)

ATLANTIC REGION 10/11 Capital 10/11 O&M 10/11 Total 11/12 Capital 11/12 O&M 11/12 Total Total Capital Total O&M Total
*Vote 10 Actual Expenditures only. Does not include AANDC HQ expenditures on small projects and Vote 1 Expenditures, or any portion of Health Canada expenditures over same period.
SOURCE: AANDC Internal Financial System.
ABEGWEIT BAND $0 $45,900 $45,900 $250,000 $48,000 $298,000 $250,000 $93,900 $343,900
ACADIA BAND COUNCIL $150,000 $0 $150,000 $43,500 $0 $43,500 $193,500 $0 $193,500
ANNAPOLIS VALLEY BAND COUNCIL $0 $42,000 $42,000 $0 $49,000 $49,000 $0 $91,000 $91,000
ATLANTIC POLICY CONGRESS $0 $183,000 $183,000 $0 $175,000 $175,000 $0 $358,000 $358,000
BEAR RIVER BAND COUNCIL $0 $0 $0 $31,000 $0 $31,000 $31,000 $0 $31,000
BUCTOUCHE BAND COUNCIL $90,000 $30,000 $120,000 $140,000 $35,000 $175,000 $230,000 $65,000 $295,000
BURNT CHURCH BAND COUNCIL $0 $34,700 $34,700 $0 $34,700 $34,700 $0 $69,400 $69,400
CHAPEL ISLAND (Potlotek) $326,000 $42,000 $368,000 $0 $57,000 $57,000 $326,000 $99,000 $425,000
CONFED OF MAINLAND MICMACS $0 $65,000 $65,000 $0 $50,000 $50,000 $0 $115,000 $115,000
EEL GROUND BAND COUNCIL $670,000 $19,000 $689,000 $455,000 $19,000 $474,000 $1,125,000 $38,000 $1,163,000
ELSIPOGTOG FIRST NATION $0 $29,000 $29,000 $134,750 $29,000 $163,750 $134,750 $58,000 $192,750
ESKASONI BAND COUNCIL $0 $65,000 $65,000 $364,000 $80,000 $444,000 $364,000 $145,000 $509,000
KINGSCLEAR BAND COUNCIL $0 $65,179 $65,179 $50,000 $62,380 $112,380 $50,000 $127,559 $177,559
LENNOX ISLAND BAND $0 $46,500 $46,500 $0 $46,500 $46,500 $0 $93,000 $93,000
MADAWASKA MALISEET $60,000 $0 $60,000 $70,000 $0 $70,000 $130,000 $0 $130,000
METEPENAGIAG MI'KMAQ $397,230 $34,100 $431,330 $207,602 $34,100 $241,702 $604,832 $68,200 $673,032
MIAWPUKEK BAND $981,000 $38,000 $1,019,000 $478,501 $38,000 $516,501 $1,459,501 $76,000 $1,535,501
MILLBROOK BAND COUNCIL $71,000 $0 $71,000 $14,000 $0 $14,000 $85,000 $0 $85,000
MUSHUAU INNU COUNCIL $3,311,700 $284,921 $3,596,621 $0 $282,481 $282,481 $3,311,700 $567,402 $3,879,102
NORTH SHORE MICMAC D C $0 $745,000 $745,000 $0 $907,814 $907,814 $0 $1,652,814 $1,652,814
OROMOCTO BAND COUNCIL $0 $36,200 $36,200 $0 $36,680 $36,680 $0 $72,880 $72,880
PABINEAU BAND COUNCIL $921,395 $50,763 $972,158 $2,521,100 $30,000 $2,551,100 $3,442,495 $80,763 $3,523,258
PAQ'TNKEK FN $73,700 $22,000 $95,700 $0 $18,000 $18,000 $73,700 $40,000 $113,700
PICTOU LANDING $103,442 $22,000 $125,442 $1,228,000 $18,000 $1,246,000 $1,331,442 $40,000 $1,371,442
SAINT MARY'S BAND COUNCIL $853,000 $0 $853,000 $0 $25,000 $25,000 $853,000 $25,000 $878,000
SHESHATSHIU INNU COUNCIL $5,865,000 $17,200 $5,882,200 $2,569,852 $17,200 $2,587,052 $8,434,852 $34,400 $8,469,252
SHUBENACADIE BAND COUNCIL $0 $22,700 $22,700 $195,000 $22,700 $217,700 $195,000 $45,400 $240,400
TOBIQUE BAND COUNCIL $0 $109,105 $109,105 $238,467 $102,107 $340,574 $238,467 $211,212 $449,679
WAGMATCOOK BAND COUNCIL $5,017,546 $14,000 $5,031,546 $431,903 $111,000 $542,903 $5,449,449 $125,000 $5,574,449
WAYCOBAH FIRST NATION $180,000 $37,500 $217,500 $99,500 $37,500 $137,000 $279,500 $75,000 $354,500
WOODSTOCK BAND COUNCIL $534,000 $33,800 $567,800 $335,000 $58,800 $393,800 $869,000 $92,600 $961,600
Total $19,605,013 $2,134,568 $21,739,581 $9,857,175 $2,424,962 $12,282,137 $29,462,188 $4,559,530 $34,021,718
QUEBEC REGION 10/11 Capital 10/11 O&M 10/11 Total 11/12 Capital 11/12 O&M 11/12 Total Total Capital Total O&M Total
*Vote 10 Actual Expenditures only. Does not include AANDC HQ expenditures on small projects and Vote 1 Expenditures, or any portion of Health Canada expenditures over same period.
SOURCE: AANDC Internal Financial System.
ALGONQUINS OF BARRIERE LAKE $40,000 $74,442 $114,442 $160,000 $74,442 $234,442 $200,000 $148,884 $348,884
ATIKAMEKW DE MANAWAN $2,671,308 $191,884 $2,863,192 $592,732 $194,413 $787,145 $3,264,040 $386,297 $3,650,337
BANDE DE LA NATION INNU MATIMEKUSH-LAC JOHN $508,500 $153,925 $662,425 $258,753 $153,925 $412,678 $767,253 $307,850 $1,075,103
BANDE DES ATIKAMEKW D'OPITCIWAN $375,000 $186,368 $561,368 $2,722,750 $188,821 $2,911,571 $3,097,750 $375,189 $3,472,939
BANDE DES INNUS DE EKUANITSHIT $426,871 $170,126 $596,997 $129,299 $170,126 $299,425 $556,170 $340,252 $896,422
BANDE DES INNUS DE PESSAMIT $2,563,688 $305,526 $2,869,214 $1,583,229 $309,242 $1,892,471 $4,146,917 $614,768 $4,761,685
MONTAGNAIS DE NATASHQUAN $231,367 $130,054 $361,421 $222,368 $130,054 $352,422 $453,735 $260,108 $713,843
MONTAGNAIS DE PAKUA SHIPI $129,974 $177,237 $307,211 $183,536 $302,237 $485,773 $313,510 $479,474 $792,984
BANDE INNUE ESSIPIT $49,225 $19,852 $69,077 $8,800 $20,077 $28,877 $58,025 $39,929 $97,954
COMMUNAUTE ANICINAPE DE KITCISAKIK $0 $49,596 $49,596 $111,468 $50,780 $162,248 $111,468 $100,376 $211,844
ABITIBIWINNI $101,814 $140,338 $242,152 $264,921 $143,317 $408,238 $366,735 $283,655 $650,390
ATIKAMEKW DE WEMOTACI $256,808 $226,324 $483,132 $259,805 $228,866 $488,671 $516,613 $455,190 $971,803
MONTAGNAIS DU LAC ST-JEAN $52,000 $371,502 $423,502 $423,830 $366,595 $790,425 $475,830 $738,097 $1,213,927
CONSEIL TRIBAL MAMUITUN $0 $170,029 $170,029 $0 $135,000 $135,000 $0 $305,029 $305,029
CREE REGIONAL AUTHORITY $2,716,700 $0 $2,716,700 $2,716,700 $710,400 $3,427,100 $5,433,400 $710,400 $6,143,800
EAGLE VILLAGE - KIPAWA $311,000 $112,295 $423,295 $214,000 $114,247 $328,247 $525,000 $226,542 $751,542
INNU TAKUAIKAN UASHAT MAK MANI-UTENAM $2,641,663 $271,439 $2,913,102 $1,886,272 $275,383 $2,161,655 $4,527,935 $546,822 $5,074,757
KITIGAN ZIBI ANISHINABEG $13,089,942 $326,595 $13,416,537 $667,391 $397,807 $1,065,198 $13,757,333 $724,402 $14,481,735
ANISHINABE DU LAC SIMON $655,338 $165,510 $820,848 $642,249 $167,103 $809,352 $1,297,587 $332,613 $1,630,200
LISTUGUJ MI'GMAQ  GOVERNMENT $794,104 $187,322 $981,426 $302,300 $187,322 $489,622 $1,096,404 $374,644 $1,471,048
LONG POINT FIRST NATION $26,625 $132,143 $158,768 $4,500 $132,143 $136,643 $31,125 $264,286 $295,411
MICMACS OF GESGAPEGIAG $313,750 $107,569 $421,319 $1,011,252 $107,569 $1,118,821 $1,325,002 $215,138 $1,540,140
MOHAWKS OF KAHNAWA:KE $9,449,400 $834,810 $10,284,210 $4,054,681 $848,597 $4,903,278 $13,504,081 $1,683,407 $15,187,488
MOHAWKS OF KANESATAKE $220,000 $61,797 $281,797 $236,200 $93,385 $329,585 $456,200 $155,182 $611,382
MONTAGNAIS DE UNAMEN SHIPU $522,454 $449,067 $971,521 $387,340 $441,317 $828,657 $909,794 $890,384 $1,800,178
NATION HURONNE WENDAT $43,599 $136,945 $180,544 $43,809 $137,594 $181,403 $87,408 $274,539 $361,947
ODANAK $99,397 $105,566 $204,963 $359,649 $108,489 $468,138 $459,046 $214,055 $673,101
ABENAKIS DE WOLINAK $0 $64,227 $64,227 $75,000 $64,440 $139,440 $75,000 $128,667 $203,667
REGROUPEMENT MAMIT INNUAT $0 $1,289,139 $1,289,139 $0 $1,147,797 $1,147,797 $0 $2,436,936 $2,436,936
SECRETARIAT DE L'ASSEMBLEE DES PREMIERES NATIONS DU QUEBEC ET DU LABRADOR $0 $15,000 $15,000 $0 $0 $0 $0 $15,000 $15,000
TIMISKAMING BAND COUNCIL $84,637 $130,010 $214,647 $372,523 $132,218 $504,741 $457,160 $262,228 $719,388
WASWANIPI $225,000 $0 $225,000 $0 $0 $0 $225,000 $0 $225,000
WHAPMAGOOSTUI FIRST NATION $150,000 $0 $150,000 $0 $0 $0 $150,000 $0 $150,000
Total $38,750,164 $6,756,637 $45,506,801 $19,895,357 $7,533,706 $27,429,063 $58,645,521 $14,290,343 $72,935,864
ONTARIO REGION 10/11 Capital 10/11 O&M 10/11 Total 11/12 Capital 11/12 O&M 11/12 Total Total Capital Total O&M Total
*Vote 10 Actual Expenditures only. Does not include AANDC HQ expenditures on small projects and Vote 1 Expenditures, or any portion of Health Canada expenditures over same period.
SOURCE: AANDC Internal Financial System.
AAMJIWNAANG $0 $42,052 $42,052 $0 $60,560 $60,560 $0 $102,612 $102,612
ALBANY BAND $608,842 $449,996 $1,058,838 $302,996 $437,580 $740,576 $911,838 $887,576 $1,799,414
ALDERVILLE FIRST NATION $0 $30,609 $30,609 $0 $30,773 $30,773 $0 $61,382 $61,382
ALGONQUINS OF PIKWAKANAGAN $0 $25,300 $25,300 $30,000 $25,300 $55,300 $30,000 $50,600 $80,600
ANISHINABE OF WAUZHUSHK ONIGUM BAND $0 $302,404 $302,404 $0 $310,003 $310,003 $0 $612,407 $612,407
ANISHNAABEG OF NAONGASHIING $0 $200,278 $200,278 $0 $178,933 $178,933 $0 $379,211 $379,211
AROLAND FIRST NATION $0 $116,108 $116,108 $0 $119,107 $119,107 $0 $235,215 $235,215
ATIKAMEKSHENG ANISHNAWBEK $0 $0 $0 $0 $88,562 $88,562 $0 $88,562 $88,562
ATTAWAPISKAT BAND $937,106 $569,620 $1,506,726 $385,855 $549,177 $935,032 $1,322,961 $1,118,797 $2,441,758
AUNDECK-OMNI-KANING $0 $82,172 $82,172 $0 $86,946 $86,946 $0 $169,118 $169,118
BATCHEWANA FIRST NATION $0 $31,045 $31,045 $24,190 $31,782 $55,972 $24,190 $62,827 $87,017
BEARSKIN LAKE BAND $112,600 $843,678 $956,278 $0 $866,902 $866,902 $112,600 $1,710,580 $1,823,180
BEAUSOLEIL BAND $0 $167,373 $167,373 $162,700 $172,735 $335,435 $162,700 $340,108 $502,808
BIG GRASSY BAND $0 $205,258 $205,258 $0 $198,808 $198,808 $0 $404,066 $404,066
BIINJITIWAABIK ZAAGING ANISHINAAB $0 $277,080 $277,080 $0 $285,907 $285,907 $0 $562,987 $562,987
BIMOSE TRIBAL COUNCIL $0 $45,000 $45,000 $0 $100,000 $100,000 $0 $145,000 $145,000
BRUNSWICK HOUSE BAND $0 $79,366 $79,366 $0 $81,271 $81,271 $0 $160,637 $160,637
CAT LAKE BAND $88,750 $243,831 $332,581 $0 $250,015 $250,015 $88,750 $493,846 $582,596
CHAPLEAU CREE $89,000 $67,066 $156,066 $59,000 $69,204 $128,204 $148,000 $136,270 $284,270
CHAPLEAU OJIBWAY BAND $0 $47,331 $47,331 $0 $53,378 $53,378 $0 $100,709 $100,709
CHIPPEWAS OF KETTLE & STONY POINT $0 $293,112 $293,112 $0 $303,583 $303,583 $0 $596,695 $596,695
CHIPPEWAS OF NAWASH $0 $120,316 $120,316 $0 $131,658 $131,658 $0 $251,974 $251,974
CHIPPEWAS OF RAMA $0 $423,164 $423,164 $0 $431,874 $431,874 $0 $855,038 $855,038
CHIPPEWAS OF THE THAMES $0 $271,122 $271,122 $10,000 $273,426 $283,426 $10,000 $544,548 $554,548
CONSTANCE LAKE BAND $412,200 $829,320 $1,241,520 $1,262,211 $551,035 $1,813,246 $1,674,411 $1,380,355 $3,054,766
COUCHICHING $0 $447,038 $447,038 $0 $449,982 $449,982 $0 $897,020 $897,020
CURVE LAKE BAND $0 $81,578 $81,578 $41,685 $60,730 $102,415 $41,685 $142,308 $183,993
DEER LAKE BAND $0 $1,075,119 $1,075,119 $0 $1,103,462 $1,103,462 $0 $2,178,581 $2,178,581
DOKIS BAND $0 $189,809 $189,809 $0 $175,636 $175,636 $0 $365,445 $365,445
EABAMETOONG $74,536 $964,889 $1,039,425 $66,757 $413,584 $480,341 $141,293 $1,378,473 $1,519,766
EAGLE LAKE BAND $0 $120,378 $120,378 $0 $100,165 $100,165 $0 $220,543 $220,543
FORT SEVERN BAND $0 $671,207 $671,207 $0 $662,465 $662,465 $0 $1,333,672 $1,333,672
FORT WILLIAM $22,053 $85,326 $107,379 $98,918 $87,491 $186,409 $120,971 $172,817 $293,788
GARDEN RIVER $0 $95,611 $95,611 $0 $97,865 $97,865 $0 $193,476 $193,476
GEORGINA ISLAND $0 $96,513 $96,513 $0 $98,912 $98,912 $0 $195,425 $195,425
GINOOGAMING $11,564 $86,838 $98,402 $0 $115,962 $115,962 $11,564 $202,800 $214,364
GRASSY NARROWS $0 $291,602 $291,602 $0 $298,930 $298,930 $0 $590,532 $590,532
GULL BAY BAND $0 $187,075 $187,075 $262,800 $190,178 $452,978 $262,800 $377,253 $640,053
HENVEY INLET BAND $0 $187,901 $187,901 $0 $192,864 $192,864 $0 $380,765 $380,765
INDEPENDENT FIRST NATIONS ALLIANCE $0 $10,000 $10,000 $0 $177,600 $177,600 $0 $187,600 $187,600
ISKATEWIZAAGEGAN #39 INDEPDNT FNB $273,065 $472,192 $745,257 $0 $230,051 $230,051 $273,065 $702,243 $975,308
KASABONIKA LAKE BAND $0 $802,160 $802,160 $253,267 $638,401 $891,668 $253,267 $1,440,561 $1,693,828
KASHECHEWAN BAND $0 $2,039,723 $2,039,723 $259,296 $1,994,049 $2,253,345 $259,296 $4,033,772 $4,293,068
KEEWAYTINOOK OKIMAKANAK TRIBL COUN $0 $925,129 $925,129 $0 $912,446 $912,446 $0 $1,837,575 $1,837,575
KEE-WAY-WIN BAND $0 $534,576 $534,576 $0 $404,757 $404,757 $0 $939,333 $939,333
KINGFISHER BAND $0 $505,805 $505,805 $0 $539,074 $539,074 $0 $1,044,879 $1,044,879
KITCHENUHMAYKOOSIB INNINUWUG $50,000 $1,267,353 $1,317,353 $0 $1,302,546 $1,302,546 $50,000 $2,569,899 $2,619,899
LAC LA CROIX BAND $0 $189,968 $189,968 $0 $337,877 $337,877 $0 $527,845 $527,845
LAC SEUL BAND $65,000 $243,657 $308,657 $115,654 $220,255 $335,909 $180,654 $463,912 $644,566
LONG LAKE NO 58 BAND $0 $175,003 $175,003 $0 $161,438 $161,438 $0 $336,441 $336,441
MAGNETAWAN BAND $0 $203,571 $203,571 $0 $188,007 $188,007 $0 $391,578 $391,578
MARTEN FALLS BAND $0 $746,527 $746,527 $60,000 $516,470 $576,470 $60,000 $1,262,997 $1,322,997
MATACHEWAN BAND $0 $71,581 $71,581 $0 $73,303 $73,303 $0 $144,884 $144,884
MATAWA & FIRST NATIONS MGMT TRIBAL $0 $70,000 $70,000 $0 $70,000 $70,000 $0 $140,000 $140,000
MATTAGAMI BAND $432,400 $61,985 $494,385 $180,000 $62,633 $242,633 $612,400 $124,618 $737,018
M'CHIGEENG FIRST NATION $210,060 $299,652 $509,712 $279,000 $304,015 $583,015 $489,060 $603,667 $1,092,727
MICHIPICOTEN BAND $0 $92,993 $92,993 $0 $97,059 $97,059 $0 $190,052 $190,052
MISHKEEGOGAMANG BAND $0 $371,340 $371,340 $0 $358,130 $358,130 $0 $729,470 $729,470
MISSISSAUGA BAND $0 $74,807 $74,807 $0 $91,700 $91,700 $0 $166,507 $166,507
MISSISSAUGAS OF NEW CREDIT $0 $193,531 $193,531 $0 $173,076 $173,076 $0 $366,607 $366,607
MISSISSAUGA'S OF SCUGOG $16,500 $96,252 $112,752 $75,000 $96,031 $171,031 $91,500 $192,283 $283,783
MOHAWKS COUNCIL OF AKWESASNE $2,825,967 $719,546 $3,545,513 $3,492,331 $801,130 $4,293,461 $6,318,298 $1,520,676 $7,838,974
MOHAWKS OF THE BAY OF QUINTE $0 $386,949 $386,949 $373,000 $480,241 $853,241 $373,000 $867,190 $1,240,190
MOOSE CREE FIRST NATION $270,502 $359,568 $630,070 $0 $368,284 $368,284 $270,502 $727,852 $998,354
MOOSE DEER POINT BAND $5,123,300 $157,456 $5,280,756 $85,900 $91,135 $177,035 $5,209,200 $248,591 $5,457,791
MORAVIAN OF THE THAMES $0 $70,868 $70,868 $0 $75,907 $75,907 $0 $146,775 $146,775
MUNSEE-DELAWARE $0 $0 $0 $14,485 $0 $14,485 $14,485 $0 $14,485
MUSHKEGOWUK TRIBAL COUNCIL $0 $0 $0 $0 $50,000 $50,000 $0 $50,000 $50,000
MUSKRAT DAM LAKE BAND $0 $453,565 $453,565 $95,500 $449,110 $544,610 $95,500 $902,675 $998,175
NAICATCHEWENIN BAND $22,545 $138,165 $160,710 $38,723 $141,498 $180,221 $61,268 $279,663 $340,931
NAOTKAMEGWANNING $0 $226,432 $226,432 $5,756,000 $263,802 $6,019,802 $5,756,000 $490,234 $6,246,234
NESKANTAGA FIRST NATION $26,115 $282,470 $308,585 $98,527 $330,727 $429,254 $124,642 $613,197 $737,839
NIBINAMIK FIRST NATION $1,118 $298,920 $300,038 $0 $303,778 $303,778 $1,118 $602,698 $603,816
NICICKOUSEMENECANING $0 $106,747 $106,747 $72,375 $109,363 $181,738 $72,375 $216,110 $288,485
NIPISSING FIRST NATION $62,000 $490,212 $552,212 $91,000 $521,144 $612,144 $153,000 $1,011,356 $1,164,356
NOKIIWIN TRIBAL COUNCIL $0 $15,000 $15,000 $0 $15,000 $15,000 $0 $30,000 $30,000
NOR NISHNAWBE EDUC COUNCIL $0 $227,659 $227,659 $0 $160,008 $160,008 $0 $387,667 $387,667
NORTH CARIBOU LAKE BAND $4,600 $657,765 $662,365 $0 $677,996 $677,996 $4,600 $1,335,761 $1,340,361
NORTH SHORE TRIBAL COUNCIL $0 $17,037 $17,037 $0 $32,806 $32,806 $0 $49,843 $49,843
NORTH SPIRIT LAKE BAND $0 $602,202 $602,202 $0 $591,707 $591,707 $0 $1,193,909 $1,193,909
NORTHERN WATERWORKS $0 $506,000 $506,000 $0 $606,000 $606,000 $0 $1,112,000 $1,112,000
NORTHWEST ANGLE NO 33 $430,000 $373,604 $803,604 $0 $413,712 $413,712 $430,000 $787,316 $1,217,316
NORTHWEST ANGLE NO 37 $0 $240,135 $240,135 $0 $317,757 $317,757 $0 $557,892 $557,892
OBASHKAANDAGAANG $0 $62,625 $62,625 $0 $64,160 $64,160 $0 $126,785 $126,785
OCHIICHAGWE'BABIGO'INING $0 $173,718 $173,718 $30,166 $177,927 $208,093 $30,166 $351,645 $381,811
OGEMAWAHJ TRIBAL COUNCIL $0 $448,597 $448,597 $0 $268,850 $268,850 $0 $717,447 $717,447
OJIBWAYS OF ONIGAMING $325,371 $58,767 $384,138 $167,226 $59,866 $227,092 $492,597 $118,633 $611,230
OJIBWAYS PIC RIVER $0 $89,902 $89,902 $10,100 $137,670 $147,770 $10,100 $227,572 $237,672
ONEIDA NATION OF THE THAMES $0 $211,730 $211,730 $0 $217,825 $217,825 $0 $429,555 $429,555
ON. FIRST NATIONS TECHNICAL SERVS $0 $1,843,578 $1,843,578 $2,440,780 $3,067,167 $5,507,947 $2,440,780 $4,910,745 $7,351,525
ON. CLEAN WATER AGENCY $0 $252,500 $252,500 $0 $866,317 $866,317 $0 $1,118,817 $1,118,817
PAYS PLAT BAND $0 $76,456 $76,456 $0 $78,300 $78,300 $0 $154,756 $154,756
PIC MOBERT BAND $61,500 $393,763 $455,263 $428,410 $272,261 $700,671 $489,910 $666,024 $1,155,934
PIKANGIKUM BAND $19,100 $566,227 $585,327 $210,805 $699,143 $909,948 $229,905 $1,265,370 $1,495,275
POPLAR HILL BAND $0 $690,075 $690,075 $0 $778,966 $778,966 $0 $1,469,041 $1,469,041
PWI-DI-GOO-ZING-NE-YAA-ZHING ADVISORY SERVICES $0 $35,000 $35,000 $0 $35,000 $35,000 $0 $70,000 $70,000
RAINY RIVER BAND $0 $139,360 $139,360 $0 $131,398 $131,398 $0 $270,758 $270,758
RED ROCK BAND $0 $115,847 $115,847 $0 $120,388 $120,388 $0 $236,235 $236,235
SACHIGO LAKE BAND $3,190 $523,267 $526,457 $0 $632,459 $632,459 $3,190 $1,155,726 $1,158,916
SAGAMOK ANISHNAWBEK $0 $109,156 $109,156 $0 $111,486 $111,486 $0 $220,642 $220,642
SANDY LAKE BAND $80,000 $1,334,408 $1,414,408 $19,750 $1,366,819 $1,386,569 $99,750 $2,701,227 $2,800,977
SAUGEEN FIRST NATION $0 $128,642 $128,642 $0 $154,961 $154,961 $0 $283,603 $283,603
SEINE RIVER FIRST NATION $65,629 $246,692 $312,321 $0 $152,331 $152,331 $65,629 $399,023 $464,652
SERPENT RIVER BAND $383,325 $177,561 $560,886 $0 $114,933 $114,933 $383,325 $292,494 $675,819
SHAWANAGA FIRST NATION $0 $95,618 $95,618 $29,159 $341,845 $371,004 $29,159 $437,463 $466,622
SHEGUIANDAH BAND $0 $107,592 $107,592 $0 $109,282 $109,282 $0 $216,874 $216,874
SHESHEGWANING BAND $0 $82,258 $82,258 $0 $84,251 $84,251 $0 $166,509 $166,509
SHIBOGAMA TRIBAL COUNC. $0 $50,000 $50,000 $0 $50,000 $50,000 $0 $100,000 $100,000
SHOAL LAKE NO 40 BAND $0 $138,299 $138,299 $0 $139,324 $139,324 $0 $277,623 $277,623
SIX NATIONS GRAND RIVER $3,580,857 $412,734 $3,993,591 $3,188,637 $331,137 $3,519,774 $6,769,494 $743,871 $7,513,365
SLATE FALLS NATION BAND $123,350 $224,246 $347,596 $0 $202,935 $202,935 $123,350 $427,181 $550,531
SOUTHERN FIRST NATIONS SECRETARIAT $0 $20,000 $20,000 $0 $20,000 $20,000 $0 $40,000 $40,000
STANJIKOMING $0 $83,216 $83,216 $0 $85,241 $85,241 $0 $168,457 $168,457
TAYKWA TAGAMOU NATION $39,000 $117,742 $156,742 $0 $120,804 $120,804 $39,000 $238,546 $277,546
TEMAGAMI FIRST NATION $0 $319,722 $319,722 $0 $288,226 $288,226 $0 $607,948 $607,948
THESSALON BAND $0 $54,354 $54,354 $0 $63,662 $63,662 $0 $118,016 $118,016
UNITED CHIEFS & COUNC OF MANITOULI $0 $277,330 $277,330 $0 $151,137 $151,137 $0 $428,467 $428,467
WAABNOONG BEMJIWANG ASSOC. OF F.N. $0 $0 $0 $0 $20,000 $20,000 $0 $20,000 $20,000
WABASEEMOONG BAND $0 $296,972 $296,972 $0 $339,581 $339,581 $0 $636,553 $636,553
WABAUSKANG $0 $142,253 $142,253 $0 $156,676 $156,676 $0 $298,929 $298,929
WABIGOON LAKE OJIBWAY $0 $122,615 $122,615 $0 $96,390 $96,390 $0 $219,005 $219,005
WABUN TRIBAL COUNCIL $0 $382,076 $382,076 $0 $347,607 $347,607 $0 $729,683 $729,683
WAHGOSHIG BAND $0 $54,210 $54,210 $0 $55,609 $55,609 $0 $109,819 $109,819
WAHNAPITAE BAND $0 $3,071 $3,071 $0 $3,130 $3,130 $0 $6,201 $6,201
WAHTA MOHAWK BAND $0 $10,042 $10,042 $0 $21,601 $21,601 $0 $31,643 $31,643
WALPOLE ISLAND BAND $0 $294,686 $294,686 $0 $256,714 $256,714 $0 $551,400 $551,400
WAPEKEKA BAND $0 $437,927 $437,927 $0 $445,459 $445,459 $0 $883,386 $883,386
WASAUKSING FIRST NATION $6,238,070 $105,353 $6,343,423 $9,051,984 $134,241 $9,186,225 $15,290,054 $239,594 $15,529,648
WAWAKAPEWIN BAND $0 $124,028 $124,028 $0 $126,441 $126,441 $0 $250,469 $250,469
WEBEQUIE $181,990 $459,789 $641,779 $0 $556,205 $556,205 $181,990 $1,015,994 $1,197,984
WEENUSK BAND $0 $358,126 $358,126 $118,639 $340,927 $459,566 $118,639 $699,053 $817,692
WHITEFISH LAKE BAND $2,332,060 $84,796 $2,416,856 $0 $0 $0 $2,332,060 $84,796 $2,416,856
WHITEFISH RIVER BAND $3,009,000 $148,217 $3,157,217 $0 $147,922 $147,922 $3,009,000 $296,139 $3,305,139
WHITESAND BAND $0 $19,754 $19,754 $0 $20,231 $20,231 $0 $39,985 $39,985
WIKWEMIKONG BAND $0 $753,760 $753,760 $0 $766,314 $766,314 $0 $1,520,074 $1,520,074
WINDIGO FIRST NATIONS COUNCIL $0 $930,774 $930,774 $0 $813,960 $813,960 $0 $1,744,734 $1,744,734
WUNNUMIN LAKE $0 $383,791 $383,791 $0 $328,988 $328,988 $0 $712,779 $712,779
ZHIIBAAHAASING $0 $27,708 $27,708 $80,000 $28,353 $108,353 $80,000 $56,061 $136,061
TOTAL $28,612,265 $40,922,520 $69,534,785 $29,822,826 $41,989,188 $71,812,014 $58,435,091 $82,911,708 $141,346,800
MANITOBA REGION 10/11 Capital 10/11 O&M 10/11 Total 11/12 Capital 11/12 O&M 11/12 Total Total Capital Total O&M Total
*Vote 10 Actual Expenditures only. Does not include AANDC HQ expenditures on small projects and Vote 1 Expenditures, or any portion of Health Canada expenditures over same period.
SOURCE: AANDC Internal Financial System.
BARREN LANDS BAND $0 $348,551 $348,551 $0 $274,500 $274,500 $0 $623,051 $623,051
BERENS RIVER BAND $0 $658,374 $658,374 $0 $655,461 $655,461 $0 $1,313,835 $1,313,835
BIRDTAIL SIOUX BAND $26,795 $156,921 $183,716 $0 $149,719 $149,719 $26,795 $306,640 $333,435
BLOODVEIN BAND $105,000 $798,019 $903,019 $0 $347,455 $347,455 $105,000 $1,145,474 $1,250,474
BROKENHEAD OJIBWAY NATION $0 $176,286 $176,286 $0 $182,892 $182,892 $0 $359,178 $359,178
BUFFALO POINT FIRST NATION $0 $26,850 $26,850 $0 $27,430 $27,430 $0 $54,280 $54,280
BUNIBONIBEE CREE NATION $211,557 $796,073 $1,007,630 $38,595 $803,080 $841,675 $250,152 $1,599,153 $1,849,305
CANUPAWAKPA DAKOTA FIRST NATION $23,827 $38,406 $62,233 $0 $32,556 $32,556 $23,827 $70,962 $94,789
CHEMAWAWIN FIRST NATION $0 $395,969 $395,969 $103,650 $417,466 $521,116 $103,650 $813,435 $917,085
CROSS LAKE FIRST NATION BAND $0 $1,364,441 $1,364,441 $0 $1,343,621 $1,343,621 $0 $2,708,062 $2,708,062
DAKOTA PLAINS BAND $0 $124,968 $124,968 $0 $119,768 $119,768 $0 $244,736 $244,736
DAKOTA TIPI BAND $18,997 $34,813 $53,810 $0 $36,727 $36,727 $18,997 $71,540 $90,537
DAUPHIN RIVER BAND $0 $26,595 $26,595 $0 $26,605 $26,605 $0 $53,200 $53,200
EBB AND FLOW BAND $574,600 $277,083 $851,683 $28,378 $257,162 $285,540 $602,978 $534,245 $1,137,223
FISHER RIVER BAND $1,417,468 $177,410 $1,594,878 $54,179 $181,243 $235,422 $1,471,647 $358,653 $1,830,300
FORT ALEXANDER FN (SAGKEENG) $4,898,084 $627,255 $5,525,339 $2,847,200 $587,624 $3,434,824 $7,745,284 $1,214,879 $8,960,163
FOX LAKE BAND $0 $177,717 $177,717 $0 $199,319 $199,319 $0 $377,036 $377,036
GAMBLERS BAND $0 $21,459 $21,459 $0 $14,155 $14,155 $0 $35,614 $35,614
GARDEN HILL FIRST NATION $255,500 $821,873 $1,077,373 $868,535 $797,437 $1,665,972 $1,124,035 $1,619,310 $2,743,345
GOD'S LAKE FIRST NATION BAND $120,000 $672,631 $792,631 $40,000 $725,915 $765,915 $160,000 $1,398,546 $1,558,546
GRAND RAPIDS BAND $0 $140,698 $140,698 $20,000 $116,459 $136,459 $20,000 $257,157 $277,157
HOLLOW WATER FIRST NATION $78,217 $500,070 $578,287 $29,866 $274,671 $304,537 $108,083 $774,741 $882,824
ISLAND LAKE TRIBAL COUNCIL $0 $0 $0 $5,536,567 $79,800 $5,616,367 $5,536,567 $79,800 $5,616,367
KEESEEKOOWENIN BAND $0 $336,149 $336,149 $15,000 $331,360 $346,360 $15,000 $667,509 $682,509
KEEWATIN TRIBAL COUNCIL INC. $0 $730,400 $730,400 $620,000 $155,001 $775,001 $620,000 $885,401 $1,505,401
KINONJEOSHTEGON FIRST NATION $0 $87,870 $87,870 $78,320 $88,301 $166,621 $78,320 $176,171 $254,491
LAKE MANITOBA BAND $632,405 $62,350 $694,755 $97,750 $56,365 $154,115 $730,155 $118,715 $848,870
LAKE ST MARTIN BAND $250,200 $484,485 $734,685 $64,108 $421,568 $485,676 $314,308 $906,053 $1,220,361
LITTLE BLACK RIVER BAND $0 $190,744 $190,744 $0 $199,658 $199,658 $0 $390,402 $390,402
LITTLE GRAND RAPIDS BAND $189,925 $492,559 $682,484 $0 $470,350 $470,350 $189,925 $962,909 $1,152,834
LITTLE SASKATCHEWAN BAND $230,425 $103,558 $333,983 $0 $95,546 $95,546 $230,425 $199,104 $429,529
LONG PLAIN BAND $4,134,953 $449,550 $4,584,503 $7,150,749 $462,162 $7,612,911 $11,285,702 $911,712 $12,197,414
MANTO SIPI CREE NATION $0 $309,822 $309,822 $94,400 $296,827 $391,227 $94,400 $606,649 $701,049
MARCEL COLOMB FIRST NATION $0 $0 $0 $3,573,424 $0 $3,573,424 $3,573,424 $0 $3,573,424
MATHIAS COLOMB BAND $0 $432,685 $432,685 $1,087,107 $372,286 $1,459,393 $1,087,107 $804,971 $1,892,078
MOSAKAHIKEN CREE NATION BAND $0 $416,187 $416,187 $0 $378,324 $378,324 $0 $794,511 $794,511
NISICHAWAYASIHK CREE NATION $3,750,300 $618,966 $4,369,266 $206,500 $631,616 $838,116 $3,956,800 $1,250,582 $5,207,382
NORTHLANDS BAND $0 $570,871 $570,871 $162,150 $676,164 $838,314 $162,150 $1,247,035 $1,409,185
NORWAY HOUSE CREE NATION $10,094,869 $1,976,648 $12,071,517 $3,762,908 $2,266,568 $6,029,476 $13,857,777 $4,243,216 $18,100,993
O-CHI-CHAK-KO-SIPI FIRST NATION $0 $106,726 $106,726 $0 $101,798 $101,798 $0 $208,524 $208,524
OPASKWAYAK CREE NATION $0 $320,625 $320,625 $0 $327,543 $327,543 $0 $648,168 $648,168
O-PIPON-NA-PIWIN CREE NATION $12,000 $530,528 $542,528 $44,458 $524,037 $568,495 $56,458 $1,054,565 $1,111,023
PAUINGASSI BAND $0 $331,839 $331,839 $21,052 $297,616 $318,668 $21,052 $629,455 $650,507
PEGUIS BAND $0 $137,570 $137,570 $500,000 $89,995 $589,995 $500,000 $227,565 $727,565
PINAYMOOTANG FIRST NATION $789,690 $223,065 $1,012,755 $0 $237,125 $237,125 $789,690 $460,190 $1,249,880
PINE CREEK BAND $149,750 $392,831 $542,581 $133,165 $331,154 $464,319 $282,915 $723,985 $1,006,900
POPLAR RIVER FIRST NATION $62,062 $467,192 $529,254 $11,000 $445,468 $456,468 $73,062 $912,660 $985,722
RED SUCKER LAKE BAND $3,684,605 $386,576 $4,071,181 $742,049 $416,111 $1,158,160 $4,426,655 $802,687 $5,229,342
ROLLING RIVER BAND $0 $279,712 $279,712 $0 $281,815 $281,815 $0 $561,527 $561,527
ROSEAU RIVER ANISHINABE FIRST NATION $0 $299,680 $299,680 $19,944 $261,748 $281,692 $19,944 $561,428 $581,372
SANDY BAY BAND $100,000 $721,505 $821,505 $0 $700,377 $700,377 $100,000 $1,421,882 $1,521,882
SAPOTAWEYAK CREE NATION $0 $329,639 $329,639 $67,868 $311,381 $379,249 $67,868 $641,020 $708,888
SAYISI DENE FIRST NATION $0 $388,637 $388,637 $143,700 $367,500 $511,200 $143,700 $756,137 $899,837
SHAMATTAWA FIRST NATION $122,604 $626,406 $749,010 $0 $604,562 $604,562 $122,604 $1,230,968 $1,353,572
SIOUX VALLEY DAKOTA NATION $44,000 $210,499 $254,499 $0 $223,089 $223,089 $44,000 $433,588 $477,588
SKOWNAN FIRST NATION $0 $244,198 $244,198 $53,932 $254,531 $308,463 $53,932 $498,729 $552,661
SOUTHEAST RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT $0 $150,000 $150,000 $0 $311,000 $311,000 $0 $461,000 $461,000
ST. THERESA POINT BAND $624,800 $638,932 $1,263,732 $785,290 $611,917 $1,397,207 $1,410,090 $1,250,849 $2,660,939
SWAN LAKE FIRST NATION $0 $180,352 $180,352 $303,566 $203,702 $507,268 $303,566 $384,054 $687,620
TATASKWEYAK CREE NATION $6,508,829 $448,359 $6,957,188 $2,603,810 $484,182 $3,087,992 $9,112,639 $932,541 $10,045,180
TOOTINAOWAZIIBEENG TREATY RESERVE $0 $308,526 $308,526 $45,500 $306,967 $352,467 $45,500 $615,493 $660,993
WAR LAKE FIRST NATION BAND $5,253,600 $25,158 $5,278,758 $40,000 $24,633 $64,633 $5,293,600 $49,791 $5,343,391
WASAGAMACK BAND $301,759 $489,189 $790,948 $241,500 $734,253 $975,753 $543,259 $1,223,442 $1,766,701
WAYWAYSEECAPPO BAND $0 $468,951 $468,951 $154,350 $445,783 $600,133 $154,350 $914,734 $1,069,084
WEST REGION TRIBAL COUNCIL INC $0 $1,934,276 $1,934,276 $0 $1,708,115 $1,708,115 $0 $3,642,391 $3,642,391
WUSKWI SIPIHK FIRST NATION $0 $236,279 $236,279 $0 $229,742 $229,742 $0 $466,021 $466,021
YORK FACTORY FIRST NATION $587,200 $382,614 $969,814 $0 $202,611 $202,611 $587,200 $585,225 $1,172,425
Total 45,254,021 26,885,170 72,139,191 32,390,569 25,591,916 57,982,485 77,644,590 52,477,086 130,121,676
SASKATCHEWAN REGION 10/11 Capital 10/11 O&M 10/11 Total 11/12 Capital 11/12 O&M 11/12 Total Total Capital Total O&M Total
*Vote 10 Actual Expenditures only. Does not include AANDC HQ expenditures on small projects and Vote 1 Expenditures or any portion of Health Canada expenditures over same period.
SOURCE: AANDC Internal Financial System.
AHTAHKAKOOP BAND $0 $382,015 $382,015 $0 $409,015 $409,015 $0 $791,030 $791,030
BATTLEFORDS AGENCY TRIBAL CHIEFS INC $0 $0 $0 $0 $7,230 $7,230 $0 $7,230 $7,230
BEARDY'S & OKEMASIS BAND $33,000 $299,815 $332,815 $0 $313,315 $313,315 $33,000 $613,130 $646,130
BIG ISLAND LAKE CREE NATION $0 $111,012 $111,012 $0 $111,012 $111,012 $0 $222,024 $222,024
BIG RIVER BAND $30,000 $590,344 $620,344 $44,622 $589,279 $633,901 $74,622 $1,179,623 $1,254,245
BIRCH NARROWS FIRST NATION BAND $60,000 $104,106 $164,106 $400,000 $103,862 $503,862 $460,000 $207,968 $667,968
BLACK LAKE BAND $3,597,500 $224,398 $3,821,898 $0 $243,669 $243,669 $3,597,500 $468,067 $4,065,567
BUFFALO RIVER DENE NATION BAND $0 $222,806 $222,806 $0 $220,811 $220,811 $0 $443,617 $443,617
CANOE LAKE BAND $0 $250,263 $250,263 $323,000 $225,544 $548,544 $323,000 $475,807 $798,807
CARRY THE KETTLE BAND $0 $139,376 $139,376 $2,170,349 $147,165 $2,317,514 $2,170,349 $286,541 $2,456,890
CLEARWATER RIVER DENE BAND $183,000 $54,675 $237,675 $0 $43,212 $43,212 $183,000 $97,887 $280,887
COTE FIRST NATION 366 $867,000 $207,157 $1,074,157 $0 $201,064 $201,064 $867,000 $408,221 $1,275,221
COWESSESS BAND $0 $41,550 $41,550 $0 $41,550 $41,550 $0 $83,100 $83,100
CUMBERLAND HOUSE CREE NATION $0 $102,288 $102,288 $150,000 $102,288 $252,288 $150,000 $204,576 $354,576
DAY STAR BAND $0 $126,104 $126,104 $0 $140,129 $140,129 $0 $266,233 $266,233
ENGLISH RIVER FIRST NATION BND $504,000 $214,779 $718,779 $1,155,000 $223,241 $1,378,241 $1,659,000 $438,020 $2,097,020
FED OF SASK INDIANS, INC $0 $15,000 $15,000 $0 $25,000 $25,000 $0 $40,000 $40,000
FILE HILLS QU'APPELLE TC INC. $0 $98,300 $98,300 $0 $18,000 $18,000 $0 $116,300 $116,300
FISHING LAKE FIRST NATION BAND $0 $119,111 $119,111 $90,800 $119,389 $210,189 $90,800 $238,500 $329,300
FLYING DUST FIRST NATION $0 $12,150 $12,150 $85,200 $0 $85,200 $85,200 $12,150 $97,350
FOND DU LAC BAND $9,504,591 $254,110 $9,758,701 $2,893,400 $352,073 $3,245,473 $12,397,991 $606,183 $13,004,174
GORDON BAND $0 $145,792 $145,792 $0 $145,792 $145,792 $0 $291,584 $291,584
HATCHET LAKE BAND $0 $212,162 $212,162 $82,000 $185,162 $267,162 $82,000 $397,324 $479,324
ISLAND LAKE FIRST NATION BAND $0 $149,569 $149,569 $800,000 $148,853 $948,853 $800,000 $298,422 $1,098,422
JAMES SMITH BAND $135,000 $277,110 $412,110 $699,000 $242,685 $941,685 $834,000 $519,795 $1,353,795
KAHKEWISTAHAW BAND $1,400,000 $75,725 $1,475,725 $823,100 $27,000 $850,100 $2,223,100 $102,725 $2,325,825
KAWACATOOSE BAND $200,000 $275,797 $475,797 $2,341,000 $248,797 $2,589,797 $2,541,000 $524,594 $3,065,594
KEESEEKOOSE BAND $0 $192,956 $192,956 $0 $65,191 $65,191 $0 $258,147 $258,147
KEY FIRST NATION $0 $48,553 $48,553 $0 $33,615 $33,615 $0 $82,168 $82,168
KINISTIN SAULTEAUX NATION $20,000 $66,727 $86,727 $150,000 $80,227 $230,227 $170,000 $146,954 $316,954
LAC LA RONGE BAND $1,535,000 $166,950 $1,701,950 $2,224,111 $153,750 $2,377,861 $3,759,111 $320,700 $4,079,811
LITTLE BLACK BEAR BAND $0 $102,231 $102,231 $10,000 $106,526 $116,526 $10,000 $208,757 $218,757
LITTLE PINE BAND $300,000 $165,373 $465,373 $435,000 $165,373 $600,373 $735,000 $330,746 $1,065,746
LUCKY MAN BAND $0 $1,103 $1,103 $0 $1,103 $1,103 $0 $2,206 $2,206
MAKWA SAHGAIEHCAN F. N. BAND $0 $0 $0 $100,000 $0 $100,000 $100,000 $0 $100,000
MISTAWASIS BAND $0 $118,143 $118,143 $302,100 $163,513 $465,613 $302,100 $281,656 $583,756
MLTC PROGRAM SERVICES INC $55,300 $312,000 $367,300 $0 $300,000 $300,000 $55,300 $612,000 $667,300
MONTREAL LAKE BAND $0 $361,654 $361,654 $0 $321,189 $321,189 $0 $682,843 $682,843
MOOSOMIN BAND $216,500 $91,677 $308,177 $115,000 $89,367 $204,367 $331,500 $181,044 $512,544
MOSQUITO-GRIZZLY BEAR'S HEAD $100,000 $85,840 $185,840 $239,900 $58,840 $298,740 $339,900 $144,680 $484,580
MUSCOWPETUNG BAND $0 $217,442 $217,442 $0 $274,203 $274,203 $0 $491,645 $491,645
MUSKEG LAKE BAND $227,300 $27,000 $254,300 $220,000 $31,195 $251,195 $447,300 $58,195 $505,495
MUSKODAY FIRST NATION BAND $0 $27,000 $27,000 $55,000 $27,000 $82,000 $55,000 $54,000 $109,000
MUSKOWEKWAN BAND $10,000 $261,901 $271,901 $1,107,256 $251,931 $1,359,187 $1,117,256 $513,832 $1,631,088
NEKANEET BAND $430,000 $74,218 $504,218 $60,000 $74,218 $134,218 $490,000 $148,436 $638,436
NORTHWEST PROFESSIONAL SERVICES CORP $165,000 $0 $165,000 $100,000 $0 $100,000 $265,000 $0 $265,000
OCEAN MAN BAND $15,000 $57,682 $72,682 $0 $39,583 $39,583 $15,000 $97,265 $112,265
OCHAPOWACE BAND $0 $82,671 $82,671 $9,647 $84,996 $94,643 $9,647 $167,667 $177,314
OKANESE BAND $0 $0 $0 $108,000 $0 $108,000 $108,000 $0 $108,000
ONE ARROW BAND $3,457,000 $155,821 $3,612,821 $107,500 $196,015 $303,515 $3,564,500 $351,836 $3,916,336
ONION LAKE BAND $85,000 $709,700 $794,700 $6,034,993 $706,475 $6,741,468 $6,119,993 $1,416,175 $7,536,168
PADC MANAGEMENT COMPANY LTD. $0 $510,250 $510,250 $0 $537,000 $537,000 $0 $1,047,250 $1,047,250
PASQUA FIRST NATION #79 $168,000 $271,526 $439,526 $0 $271,747 $271,747 $168,000 $543,273 $711,273
PEEPEEKISIS BAND $0 $221,139 $221,139 $0 $215,342 $215,342 $0 $436,481 $436,481
PELICAN LAKE BAND $150,000 $240,888 $390,888 $3,000,000 $243,486 $3,243,486 $3,150,000 $484,374 $3,634,374
PETER BALLANTYNE CREE NATION $805,300 $845,462 $1,650,762 $160,000 $865,136 $1,025,136 $965,300 $1,710,598 $2,675,898
PHEASANT RUMP NAKOTA BAND $6,300 $75,100 $81,400 $0 $75,100 $75,100 $6,300 $150,200 $156,500
PIAPOT BAND $149,860 $230,708 $380,568 $0 $265,384 $265,384 $149,860 $496,092 $645,952
POUNDMAKER BAND $1,500,000 $164,881 $1,664,881 $2,500,000 $153,395 $2,653,395 $4,000,000 $318,276 $4,318,276
RED EARTH BAND $500,000 $218,626 $718,626 $1,417,300 $213,901 $1,631,201 $1,917,300 $432,527 $2,349,827
RED PHEASANT BAND $56,500 $199,143 $255,643 $780,000 $188,950 $968,950 $836,500 $388,093 $1,224,593
SAKIMAY BAND $0 $40,500 $40,500 $0 $40,500 $40,500 $0 $81,000 $81,000
SASK WATER CORPORATION $0 $650,000 $650,000 $0 $825,000 $825,000 $0 $1,475,000 $1,475,000
SASKATOON TRIBAL COUNCIL $0 $193,125 $193,125 $0 $150,000 $150,000 $0 $343,125 $343,125
SAULTEAUX BAND $66,500 $141,769 $208,269 $390,000 $141,053 $531,053 $456,500 $282,822 $739,322
SHOAL LAKE CREE NATION $0 $82,524 $82,524 $0 $82,524 $82,524 $0 $165,048 $165,048
STANDING BUFFALO BAND $0 $0 $0 $1,263,600 $0 $1,263,600 $1,263,600 $0 $1,263,600
STAR BLANKET BAND $2,318,000 $179,189 $2,497,189 $0 $228,000 $228,000 $2,318,000 $407,189 $2,725,189
STURGEON LAKE FIRST NATION $71,700 $367,514 $439,214 $1,188,500 $356,781 $1,545,281 $1,260,200 $724,295 $1,984,495
SWEETGRASS BAND $120,800 $135,149 $255,949 $225,000 $135,149 $360,149 $345,800 $270,298 $616,098
THUNDERCHILD FIRST NATION $407,800 $136,567 $544,367 $956,400 $139,434 $1,095,834 $1,364,200 $276,001 $1,640,201
TOUCHWOOD AGENCY TRIBAL COUNC. INC $0 $75,000 $75,000 $0 $25,000 $25,000 $0 $100,000 $100,000
WAHPETON DAKOTA NATION $0 $73,403 $73,403 $0 $78,952 $78,952 $0 $152,355 $152,355
WATERHEN LAKE BAND $0 $112,108 $112,108 $0 $112,093 $112,093 $0 $224,201 $224,201
WHITE BEAR BAND $27,130 $222,069 $249,199 $49,000 $222,069 $271,069 $76,130 $444,138 $520,268
WHITECAP DAKOTA FIRST NATION $2,075,000 $27,000 $2,102,000 $731,100 $74,795 $805,895 $2,806,100 $101,795 $2,907,895
WITCHEKAN LAKE BAND $115,000 $67,103 $182,103 $500,000 $80,368 $580,368 $615,000 $147,471 $762,471
WOOD MOUNTAIN BAND $0 $26,171 $26,171 $0 $26,254 $26,254 $0 $52,425 $52,425
YELLOW QUILL BAND $3,907,104 $185,880 $4,092,984 $0 $150,405 $150,405 $3,907,104 $336,285 $4,243,389
TOTAL $35,575,184 $13,724,950 $49,300,134 $36,596,878 $13,757,265 $50,354,143 $72,172,062 $27,482,215 $99,654,277
ALBERTA REGION 10/11 Capital 10/11 O&M 10/11 Total 11/12 Capital 11/12 O&M 11/12 Total Total Capital Total O&M Total
*Vote 10 Actual Expenditures only. Does not include AANDC HQ expenditures on small projects and Vote 1 Expenditures or any portion of Health Canada expenditures over same period.
SOURCE: AANDC Internal Financial System.
ALEXANDER BAND $331,233 $234,912 $566,145 $0 $262,907 $262,907 $331,233 $497,819 $829,052
ALEXIS BAND $421,000 $225,137 $646,137 $0 $228,830 $228,830 $421,000 $453,967 $874,967
BEAVER BAND $0 $0 $0 $0 $305,945 $305,945 $0 $305,945 $305,945
BEAVER LAKE CREE NATION $105,900 $194,160 $300,060 $75,000 $220,881 $295,881 $180,900 $415,041 $595,941
BIGSTONE CREE NATION BAND $173,732 $345,003 $518,735 $0 $345,003 $345,003 $173,732 $690,006 $863,738
BLOOD BAND $1,053,572 $1,207,060 $2,260,632 $621,526 $1,229,253 $1,850,779 $1,675,098 $2,436,313 $4,111,411
CHIPEWYAN PRAIRIE $150,000 $78,720 $228,720 $45,000 $133,838 $178,838 $195,000 $212,558 $407,558
COLD LAKE FIRST NATIONS BAND $0 $307,670 $307,670 $275,500 $311,432 $586,932 $275,500 $619,102 $894,602
DENE THA' BAND $4,971,755 $0 $4,971,755 $777,300 $708,967 $1,486,267 $5,749,055 $708,967 $6,458,022
ENOCH CREE NATION # 440 $1,161,927 $226,200 $1,388,127 $495,948 $237,268 $733,216 $1,657,875 $463,468 $2,121,343
ERMINESKIN TRIBE $630,308 $356,285 $986,593 $1,122,800 $325,506 $1,448,306 $1,753,108 $681,791 $2,434,899
FN HOUSING & PW ADVISORY GRP $60,000 $1,884,590 $1,944,590 $5,207,881 $1,854,590 $7,062,471 $5,267,881 $3,739,180 $9,007,061
FORT MCKAY FIRST NATION BAND $0 $26,402 $26,402 $0 $26,909 $26,909 $0 $53,311 $53,311
FORT MCMURRAY #468 FN BAND $0 $118,231 $118,231 $0 $118,974 $118,974 $0 $237,205 $237,205
FOUR NATIONS ADMINISTRATION $150,000 $3,986 $153,986 $0 $0 $0 $150,000 $3,986 $153,986
FROG LAKE BAND $222,968 $434,257 $657,225 $200,000 $435,817 $635,817 $422,968 $870,074 $1,293,042
HEART LAKE BAND $451,850 $155,899 $607,749 $100,000 $172,819 $272,819 $551,850 $328,718 $880,568
KEE TAS KEE NOW TRIBAL COUN $83,722 $892,406 $976,128 $329,577 $906,981 $1,236,558 $413,299 $1,799,387 $2,212,686
KEHEWIN CREE NATION $151,156 $379,543 $530,699 $167,026 $465,561 $632,587 $318,182 $845,104 $1,163,286
LESSER SLAVE LAKE IND REG CO $1,067,780 $850,463 $1,918,243 $618,810 $864,722 $1,483,532 $1,686,590 $1,715,185 $3,401,775
LITTLE RED RIVER CREE NATION $231,000 $1,149,353 $1,380,353 $27,829 $1,159,508 $1,187,337 $258,829 $2,308,861 $2,567,690
LOUIS BULL BAND $175,000 $182,237 $357,237 $0 $183,222 $183,222 $175,000 $365,459 $540,459
LUBICON LAKE BAND $81,651 $0 $81,651 $0 $0 $0 $81,651 $0 $81,651
MIKISEW CREE FIRST NATION $0 $252,323 $252,323 $0 $326,600 $326,600 $0 $578,923 $578,923
MONTANA BAND $0 $217,140 $217,140 $45,000 $218,552 $263,552 $45,000 $435,692 $480,692
NORTH PEACE TRIBAL COUNCIL $1,274,283 $998,429 $2,272,712 $0 $0 $0 $1,274,283 $998,429 $2,272,712
NORTHERN SUNRISE COUNTY $320,000 $0 $320,000 $0 $0 $0 $320,000 $0 $320,000
O'CHIESE BAND $300,000 $140,270 $440,270 $85,335 $141,672 $227,007 $385,335 $281,942 $667,277
PAUL BAND $227,191 $297,542 $524,733 $899,001 $200,050 $1,099,051 $1,126,192 $497,592 $1,623,784
PIIKANI NATION $1,425,000 $545,003 $1,970,003 $0 $560,526 $560,526 $1,425,000 $1,105,529 $2,530,529
SADDLE LAKE BAND $9,968,986 $620,619 $10,589,605 $1,401,221 $631,336 $2,032,557 $11,370,207 $1,251,955 $12,622,162
SAMSON BAND $200,000 $271,159 $471,159 $212,308 $277,519 $489,827 $412,308 $548,678 $960,986
SIKSIKA NATION BAND $654,019 $1,085,965 $1,739,984 $0 $1,106,481 $1,106,481 $654,019 $2,192,446 $2,846,465
STONEY $841,868 $742,998 $1,584,866 $595,936 $750,153 $1,346,089 $1,437,804 $1,493,151 $2,930,955
SUNCHILD FIRST NATION BAND $75,910 $216,048 $291,958 $418,074 $217,918 $635,992 $493,984 $433,966 $927,950
TALLCREE BAND $323,114 $297,036 $620,150 $762,408 $301,080 $1,063,488 $1,085,522 $598,116 $1,683,638
TREATY 8 FIRST NATIONS OF AB $0 $0 $0 $25,000 $0 $25,000 $25,000 $0 $25,000
TSUU T'INA NATION BAND $975,101 $308,154 $1,283,255 $78,500 $321,343 $399,843 $1,053,601 $629,497 $1,683,098
WESTERN CREE TRIBAL COUNCIL $300,000 $702,389 $1,002,389 $782,594 $713,709 $1,496,303 $1,082,594 $1,416,098 $2,498,692
WHITEFISH LAKE # 128 $4,592,215 $399,480 $4,991,695 $488,357 $415,228 $903,585 $5,080,572 $814,708 $5,895,280
TOTAL $33,152,241 $16,347,069 $49,499,310 $15,857,931 $16,681,100 $32,539,031 $49,010,172 $33,028,169 $82,038,341
BRITISH COLUMBIA REGION 10/11 Capital 10/11 O&M 10/11 Total 11/12 Capital 11/12 O&M 11/12 Total Total Capital Total O&M Total
*Vote 10 Actual Expenditures only. Does not include AANDC HQ expenditures on small projects and Vote 1 Expenditures, or any portion of Health Canada expenditures over same period.
SOURCE: AANDC Internal Financial System.
?AKISQ'NUK FIRST NATION $0 $59,374 $59,374 $0 $106,017 $106,017 $0 $165,391 $165,391
ADAMS LAKE INDIAN BAND $0 $14,493 $14,493 $0 $98,297 $98,297 $0 $112,790 $112,790
AHOUSAHT INDIAN BAND $0 $289,438 $289,438 $3,719,122 $39,440 $3,758,562 $3,719,122 $328,878 $4,048,000
ALEXANDRIA BAND $0 $87,348 $87,348 $584,258 $21,663 $605,921 $584,258 $109,011 $693,269
ALEXIS CREEK INDIAN BAND $0 $4,500,755 $4,500,755 $155,865 $74,594 $230,459 $155,865 $4,575,349 $4,731,214
ASHCROFT INDIAN BAND $0 $0 $0 $186,593 $38,804 $225,397 $186,593 $38,804 $225,397
BEECHER BAY INDIAN BAND $246,277 $24,291 $270,568 $0 $56,767 $56,767 $246,277 $81,058 $327,335
BLUEBERRY RIVER $0 $26,241 $26,241 $0 $100,724 $100,724 $0 $126,965 $126,965
BONAPARTE INDIAN BAND $0 $31,157 $31,157 $55,000 $51,724 $106,724 $55,000 $82,881 $137,881
BOOTHROYD INDIAN BAND $93,860 $119,583 $213,443 $0 $7,800 $7,800 $93,860 $127,383 $221,243
BOSTON BAR FIRST NATION $0 $50,673 $50,673 $309,560 $72,305 $381,865 $309,560 $122,978 $432,538
BRIDGE RIVER INDIAN BAND $0 $0 $0 $40,000 $67,841 $107,841 $40,000 $67,841 $107,841
BRITISH COLUMBIA ASSEMBLY OF FIRST NATIONS $0 $6,166 $6,166 $0 $0 $0 $0 $6,166 $6,166
BURNS LAKE INDIAN BAND $117,972 $286,667 $404,639 $0 $11,545 $11,545 $117,972 $298,212 $416,184
BURRARD INDIAN BAND $0 $72,242 $72,242 $0 $18,391 $18,391 $0 $90,633 $90,633
CAMPBELL RIVER INDIAN BAND $0 $15,702 $15,702 $0 $26,826 $26,826 $0 $42,528 $42,528
CANIM LAKE INDIAN BAND $73,069 $271,386 $344,455 $293,795 $29,640 $323,435 $366,864 $301,026 $667,890
CANOE CREEK INDIAN BAND $113,215 $39,404 $152,619 $24,664 $75,644 $100,308 $137,879 $115,048 $252,927
CAPE MUDGE INDIAN BAND $213,410 $21,840 $235,250 $0 $0 $0 $213,410 $21,840 $235,250
CARRIER-SEKANI TRIBAL COUNC $0 $6,364 $6,364 $0 $0 $0 $0 $6,364 $6,364
CAYOOSE CREEK INDIAN BAND $0 $2,386 $2,386 $44,094 $50,905 $94,999 $44,094 $53,291 $97,385
CHAWATHIL INDIAN BAND $0 $20,041 $20,041 $0 $33,571 $33,571 $0 $53,612 $53,612
CHEAM INDIAN BAND $350,000 $61,660 $411,660 $0 $18,095 $18,095 $350,000 $79,755 $429,755
CHEHALIS INDIAN BAND $0 $50,389 $50,389 $0 $54,052 $54,052 $0 $104,441 $104,441
CHEMAINUS FIRST NATION $0 $11,633 $11,633 $0 $165,839 $165,839 $0 $177,472 $177,472
CHESLATTA CARRIER NATION $0 $51,149 $51,149 $0 $80,996 $80,996 $0 $132,145 $132,145
COLDWATER INDIAN BAND $0 $126,528 $126,528 $0 $53,041 $53,041 $0 $179,569 $179,569
COMOX INDIAN BAND $0 $34,240 $34,240 $0 $15,600 $15,600 $0 $49,840 $49,840
COOK'S FERRY INDIAN BAND $0 $5,976 $5,976 $0 $30,583 $30,583 $0 $36,559 $36,559
COWICHAN BAND $0 $162,342 $162,342 $1,000 $111,954 $112,954 $1,000 $274,296 $275,296
DA NAXDA XW FIRST NATION $0 $204,120 $204,120 $0 $32,080 $32,080 $0 $236,200 $236,200
DITIDAHT INDIAN BAND $0 $87,722 $87,722 $0 $0 $0 $0 $87,722 $87,722
DOIG RIVER INDIAN BAND $0 $29,640 $29,640 $0 $128,058 $128,058 $0 $157,698 $157,698
DOUGLAS INDIAN BAND $0 $28,050 $28,050 $0 $129,986 $129,986 $0 $158,036 $158,036
EHATTESAHT $0 $6,923 $6,923 $0 $0 $0 $0 $6,923 $6,923
EHATTESAHT BAND $0 $0 $0 $80,000 $0 $80,000 $80,000 $0 $80,000
ESKETEMC INDIAN BAND $0 $115,986 $115,986 $951,078 $58,940 $1,010,018 $951,078 $174,926 $1,126,004
ESQUIMALT INDIAN BAND $0 $23,733 $23,733 $0 $25,700 $25,700 $0 $49,433 $49,433
FIRST NATIONS EDUCATION STEERING COMMITTEE SOCIETY $18,703 $0 $18,703 $0 $0 $0 $18,703 $0 $18,703
FORT NELSON FIRST NATION $122,878 $66,057 $188,935 $0 $206,272 $206,272 $122,878 $272,329 $395,207
GITANYOW $0 $50,200 $50,200 $0 $0 $0 $0 $50,200 $50,200
GITKSAN LOCAL SERVICES SOC. $0 $0 $0 $0 $104,460 $104,460 $0 $104,460 $104,460
GITSEGUKLA INDIAN BAND $900,804 $21,016 $921,820 $0 $227,103 $227,103 $900,804 $248,119 $1,148,923
GITWANGAK INDIAN BAND $134,635 $72,638 $207,273 $0 $111,502 $111,502 $134,635 $184,140 $318,775
GITXAALA NATION $0 $73,526 $73,526 $0 $189,167 $189,167 $0 $262,693 $262,693
GLEN VOWELL $0 $194,435 $194,435 $0 $0 $0 $0 $194,435 $194,435
GWA-SALA-NAKWAXDA'XW BAND $0 $87,803 $87,803 $0 $32,647 $32,647 $0 $120,450 $120,450
GWAWAENUK TRIBE $0 $0 $0 $0 $20,768 $20,768 $0 $20,768 $20,768
HAGWILGET VILLAGE $0 $0 $0 $0 $34,460 $34,460 $0 $34,460 $34,460
HALALT INDIAN BAND $800,000 $91,460 $891,460 $126,676 $31,514 $158,190 $926,676 $122,974 $1,049,650
HALFWAY RIVER FIRST NATION $0 $17,554 $17,554 $35,939 $53,650 $89,589 $35,939 $71,204 $107,143
HARTLEY BAY INDIAN BAND $28,690 $0 $28,690 $0 $26,960 $26,960 $28,690 $26,960 $55,650
HEILTSUK INDIAN BAND $0 $70,090 $70,090 $0 $56,160 $56,160 $0 $126,250 $126,250
HESQUIAHT $0 $8,844 $8,844 $0 $0 $0 $0 $8,844 $8,844
HOMALCO INDIAN BAND $185,020 $53,326 $238,346 $0 $3,471 $3,471 $185,020 $56,797 $241,817
HUPACASATH $0 $28,320 $28,320 $120,160 $0 $120,160 $120,160 $28,320 $148,480
HUU-AY-AHT FIRST NATIONS $0 $0 $0 $62,936 $0 $62,936 $62,936 $0 $62,936
ISKUT INDIAN BAND $0 $17,168 $17,168 $0 $33,342 $33,342 $0 $50,510 $50,510
KA:YU:KTH/CHE:K:TLES7ETH $0 $32,327 $32,327 $63,142 $0 $63,142 $63,142 $32,327 $95,469
KAMLOOPS INDIAN BAND $0 $15,547 $15,547 $0 $261,105 $261,105 $0 $276,652 $276,652
KANAKA BAR INDIAN BAND $0 $45,123 $45,123 $0 $30,940 $30,940 $0 $76,063 $76,063
KATZIE INDIAN BAND $6,641 $137,349 $143,990 $0 $28,387 $28,387 $6,641 $165,736 $172,377
KISPIOX INDIAN BAND $0 $58,409 $58,409 $0 $0 $0 $0 $58,409 $58,409
KITAMAAT INDIAN BAND $0 $18,862 $18,862 $0 $18,200 $18,200 $0 $37,062 $37,062
KITASOO INDIAN BAND $25,374 $51,100 $76,474 $0 $97,566 $97,566 $25,374 $148,666 $174,040
KITSELAS INDIAN BAND $0 $87,228 $87,228 $61,647 $28,569 $90,216 $61,647 $115,797 $177,444
KITSUMKALUM INDIAN BAND $0 $33,780 $33,780 $147,912 $74,635 $222,547 $147,912 $108,415 $256,327
KLAHOOSE FIRST NATION $0 $43,621 $43,621 $0 $44,868 $44,868 $0 $88,489 $88,489
KLUSKUS INDIAN BAND $129,923 $43,269 $173,192 $435,500 $18,871 $454,371 $565,423 $62,140 $627,563
KWADACHA INDIAN BAND $0 $213,989 $213,989 $0 $121,028 $121,028 $0 $335,017 $335,017
KWAKIUTL INDIAN BAND $0 $244,264 $244,264 $0 $23,546 $23,546 $0 $267,810 $267,810
KWANTLEN FIRST NATION BAND $0 $30,784 $30,784 $0 $14,704 $14,704 $0 $45,488 $45,488
KWICKSUTAINEUK-AH-KWAW-AH-MISH BAND $0 $248,663 $248,663 $0 $39,512 $39,512 $0 $288,175 $288,175
KWIKWETLEM FIRST NATION $0 $0 $0 $0 $7,800 $7,800 $0 $7,800 $7,800
LAKE BABINE NATION $0 $23,280 $23,280 $0 $246,881 $246,881 $0 $270,161 $270,161
LAX KW'ALAAMS INDIAN BAND $0 $153,424 $153,424 $0 $8,320 $8,320 $0 $161,744 $161,744
LEQ 'A : MEL FIRST NATION $6,912,374 $200,986 $7,113,360 $0 $67,421 $67,421 $6,912,374 $268,407 $7,180,781
LHEIDLI T'ENNEH $0 $8,320 $8,320 $0 $27,381 $27,381 $0 $35,701 $35,701
LHTAKO DENE NATION $0 $0 $0 $0 $34,126 $34,126 $0 $34,126 $34,126
LITTLE SHUSWAP LAKE $0 $23,400 $23,400 $0 $183,309 $183,309 $0 $206,709 $206,709
LOWER KOOTENAY INDIAN BAND $0 $181,570 $181,570 $0 $46,770 $46,770 $0 $228,340 $228,340
LOWER NICOLA INDIAN BAND $4,554 $237,482 $242,036 $0 $148,518 $148,518 $4,554 $386,000 $390,554
LOWER SIMILKAMEEN BAND $0 $0 $0 $0 $24,673 $24,673 $0 $24,673 $24,673
LOWER STL'ATL'IMX TRIB COUN $43,077 $15,600 $58,677 $0 $0 $0 $43,077 $15,600 $58,677
LYTTON INDIAN BAND $0 $23,582 $23,582 $54,548 $324,984 $379,532 $54,548 $348,566 $403,114
MALAHAT FIRST NATION $0 $34,967 $34,967 $0 $52,741 $52,741 $0 $87,708 $87,708
MATSQUI INDIAN BAND $0 $0 $0 $0 $1,701 $1,701 $0 $1,701 $1,701
MCLEOD LAKE INDIAN BAND $0 $0 $0 $63,341 $21,840 $85,181 $63,341 $21,840 $85,181
METLAKATLA INDIAN BAND $0 $57,084 $57,084 $0 $34,240 $34,240 $0 $91,324 $91,324
MORICETOWN INDIAN BAND $0 $70,681 $70,681 $0 $248,195 $248,195 $0 $318,876 $318,876
MOUNT CURRIE INDIAN BAND $0 $90,562 $90,562 $0 $218,626 $218,626 $0 $309,188 $309,188
MOWACHAHT/MUCHALAHT $0 $2,096 $2,096 $0 $0 $0 $0 $2,096 $2,096
MUSQUEAM INDIAN BAND $0 $14,040 $14,040 $0 $50,521 $50,521 $0 $64,561 $64,561
NADLEH WHUT'EN INDIAN BAND $896,382 $69,476 $965,858 $0 $39,000 $39,000 $896,382 $108,476 $1,004,858
NAK'AZDLI INDIAN BAND $0 $196,241 $196,241 $0 $31,200 $31,200 $0 $227,441 $227,441
NAMGIS FIRST NATION BAND $0 $42,121 $42,121 $0 $215,261 $215,261 $0 $257,382 $257,382
NANOOSE FIRST NATION BAND $102,060 $33,792 $135,852 $33,540 $12,119 $45,659 $135,600 $45,911 $181,511
NAUT'SA MAWT TRIBAL COUNCIL $223,205 $39,876 $263,081 $0 $838,800 $838,800 $223,205 $878,676 $1,101,881
NAZKO INDIAN BAND $0 $30,935 $30,935 $293,174 $24,867 $318,041 $293,174 $55,802 $348,976
NEE-TAHI-BUHN INDIAN BAND $2,665,000 $0 $2,665,000 $0 $5,967 $5,967 $2,665,000 $5,967 $2,670,967
NESKONLITH INDIAN BAND $173,225 $225,720 $398,945 $0 $186,196 $186,196 $173,225 $411,916 $585,141
NICOMEN INDIAN BAND $10,000 $31,200 $41,200 $0 $24,488 $24,488 $10,000 $55,688 $65,688
NISGA'A NATION $36,000 $35,478 $71,478 $214,290 $0 $214,290 $250,290 $35,478 $285,768
NISGA'A VILLAGE OF GITWINKSIHLKW $0 $0 $0 $5,452,233 $0 $5,452,233 $5,452,233 $0 $5,452,233
NOOAITCH INDIAN BAND $0 $47,549 $47,549 $50,000 $36,410 $86,410 $50,000 $83,959 $133,959
NORTH THOMPSON INDIAN BAND $0 $5,578 $5,578 $275,113 $0 $275,113 $275,113 $5,578 $280,691
N'QUATQUA $21,125 $305,094 $326,219 $0 $41,079 $41,079 $21,125 $346,173 $367,298
NUU-CHAH-NULTH TRIBAL COUNCIL $0 $18,432 $18,432 $555,744 $98,720 $654,464 $555,744 $117,152 $672,896
NUXALK NATION BAND $76,000 $75,811 $151,811 $233,016 $157,371 $390,387 $309,016 $233,182 $542,198
OKANAGAN INDIAN BAND $19,606 $143,864 $163,470 $522,216 $143,211 $665,427 $541,822 $287,075 $828,897
OLD MASSETT VILLAGE COUNCIL $48,700 $32,761 $81,461 $0 $227,576 $227,576 $48,700 $260,337 $309,037
OREGON JACK CREEK $84,508 $48,303 $132,811 $0 $17,573 $17,573 $84,508 $65,876 $150,384
OSOYOOS INDIAN BAND $0 $14,508 $14,508 $0 $48,655 $48,655 $0 $63,163 $63,163
OWEEKENO/WUIKINUXV NATION $0 $7,800 $7,800 $0 $66,084 $66,084 $0 $73,884 $73,884
PACHEEDAHT FIRST NATION $0 $44,530 $44,530 $0 $62,989 $62,989 $0 $107,519 $107,519
PAUQUACHIN INDIAN BAND $0 $139,814 $139,814 $0 $33,852 $33,852 $0 $173,666 $173,666
PENELAKUT INDIAN BAND $16,795,281 $142,840 $16,938,121 $2,270,123 $209,092 $2,479,215 $19,065,404 $351,932 $19,417,336
PENTICTON INDIAN BAND $0 $9,236 $9,236 $89,165 $87,126 $176,291 $89,165 $96,362 $185,527
PETERS INDIAN BAND $27,791 $30,968 $58,759 $0 $9,261 $9,261 $27,791 $40,229 $68,020
PRINCE GEORGE NECHAKO ABORIGINAL EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING ASSOCIATION $0 $18,521 $18,521 $0 $0 $0 $0 $18,521 $18,521
PROPHET RIVER FIRST NATION $0 $0 $0 $0 $29,389 $29,389 $0 $29,389 $29,389
QUALICUM FIRST NATION $20,001 $128,233 $148,234 $0 $3,250 $3,250 $20,001 $131,483 $151,484
QUATSINO INDIAN BAND $0 $31,200 $31,200 $0 $51,266 $51,266 $0 $82,466 $82,466
RED BLUFF INDIAN BAND $296,326 $48,394 $344,720 $0 $0 $0 $296,326 $48,394 $344,720
SAIK'UZ FIRST NATION $0 $44,573 $44,573 $0 $198,749 $198,749 $0 $243,322 $243,322
SAMAHQUAM INDIAN BAND $182,646 $120,246 $302,892 $119,503 $36,083 $155,586 $302,149 $156,329 $458,478
SAULTEAU FIRST NATIONS $256,434 $66,622 $323,056 $0 $64,665 $64,665 $256,434 $131,287 $387,721
SCOWLITZ INDIAN BAND $0 $125,667 $125,667 $0 $74,461 $74,461 $0 $200,128 $200,128
SEABIRD ISLAND INDIAN BAND $0 $0 $0 $0 $142,398 $142,398 $0 $142,398 $142,398
SEMIAHMOO INDIAN BAND $0 $0 $0 $0 $18,943 $18,943 $0 $18,943 $18,943
SEMPCW FIRST NATION $0 $44,573 $44,573 $0 $0 $0 $0 $44,573 $44,573
SETON LAKE INDIAN BAND $7,800,487 $267,309 $8,067,796 $0 $79,291 $79,291 $7,800,487 $346,600 $8,147,087
SHACKAN INDIAN BAND $0 $10,188 $10,188 $0 $34,617 $34,617 $0 $44,805 $44,805
SHUSWAP INDIAN BAND $79,781 $18,459 $98,240 $0 $34,793 $34,793 $79,781 $53,252 $133,033
SHXWHA:Y VILLAGE $227,989 $69,007 $296,996 $0 $31,587 $31,587 $227,989 $100,594 $328,583
SHXW'OW'HAMEL FIRST NATION $65,000 $52,728 $117,728 $0 $21,568 $21,568 $65,000 $74,296 $139,296
SISKA INDIAN BAND $0 $6,240 $6,240 $0 $31,674 $31,674 $0 $37,914 $37,914
SKATIN NATIONS $502,773 $63,428 $566,201 $28,244 $52,170 $80,414 $531,017 $115,598 $646,615
SKAWAHLOOK FIRST NATION $26,076 $16,643 $42,719 $0 $12,090 $12,090 $26,076 $28,733 $54,809
SKEETCHESTN INDIAN BAND $0 $50,784 $50,784 $0 $23,400 $23,400 $0 $74,184 $74,184
SKIDEGATE INDIAN BAND $108,304 $179,431 $287,735 $0 $95,680 $95,680 $108,304 $275,111 $383,415
SKIN TYEE BAND $0 $0 $0 $0 $5,750 $5,750 $0 $5,750 $5,750
SKOWKALE INDIAN BAND $0 $25,402 $25,402 $0 $21,990 $21,990 $0 $47,392 $47,392
SKUPPAH INDIAN BAND $0 $322,224 $322,224 $0 $140,849 $140,849 $0 $463,073 $463,073
SKWAH INDIAN BAND $0 $192,162 $192,162 $0 $6,123 $6,123 $0 $198,285 $198,285
SLIAMMON INDIAN BAND $0 $17,558 $17,558 $0 $175,140 $175,140 $0 $192,698 $192,698
SNUNEYMUXW FIRST NATION $304,969 $23,400 $328,369 $0 $31,200 $31,200 $304,969 $54,600 $359,569
SODA CREEK INDIAN BAND $0 $0 $0 $0 $145,827 $145,827 $0 $145,827 $145,827
SONGHEES FIRST NATION $0 $108,173 $108,173 $0 $10,438 $10,438 $0 $118,611 $118,611
SOOWAHLIE INDIAN BAND $0 $0 $0 $0 $37,347 $37,347 $0 $37,347 $37,347
SPALLUMCHEEN INDIAN BAND $0 $28,600 $28,600 $0 $62,480 $62,480 $0 $91,080 $91,080
SPUZZUM INDIAN BAND $0 $0 $0 $0 $77,034 $77,034 $0 $77,034 $77,034
SQUAMISH INDIAN BAND $0 $52,702 $52,702 $0 $90,722 $90,722 $0 $143,424 $143,424
SQUIALA FIRST NATION $0 $64,450 $64,450 $0 $37,499 $37,499 $0 $101,949 $101,949
ST. MARY'S INDIAN BAND $0 $26,631 $26,631 $0 $24,687 $24,687 $0 $51,318 $51,318
STELLAT'EN FIRST NATION BAND $0 $26,304 $26,304 $0 $6,240 $6,240 $0 $32,544 $32,544
STO:LO NATION $276,230 $126,538 $402,768 $0 $0 $0 $276,230 $126,538 $402,768
STO:LO TRIBAL COUNCIL $0 $445 $445 $0 $0 $0 $0 $445 $445
STONE INDIAN BAND $0 $41,525 $41,525 $0 $98,117 $98,117 $0 $139,642 $139,642
SUMAS FIRST NATION $0 $93,477 $93,477 $0 $4,188,375 $4,188,375 $0 $4,281,852 $4,281,852
TAHLTAN INDIAN BAND $0 $31,984 $31,984 $0 $74,798 $74,798 $0 $106,782 $106,782
TAKI KAYOH TOU SOCIETY $37,937 $132,710 $170,647 $0 $315,721 $315,721 $37,937 $448,431 $486,368
TAKLA LAKE FIRST NATION $0 $22,336 $22,336 $0 $334,619 $334,619 $0 $356,955 $356,955
T'IT'Q'ET $639,889 $15,600 $655,489 $0 $116,902 $116,902 $639,889 $132,502 $772,391
TLA-O-QUI-AHT FIRST NATIONS $89,832 $84,110 $173,942 $1,031,880 $0 $1,031,880 $1,121,712 $84,110 $1,205,822
TLATLASIKWALA INDIAN BAND $63,951 $39,000 $102,951 $0 $41,470 $41,470 $63,951 $80,470 $144,421
TL'AZT'EN NATION $0 $17,073 $17,073 $189,351 $352,572 $541,923 $189,351 $369,645 $558,996
TL'ETINQOX-T'IN GOVT OFFICE $0 $292,814 $292,814 $0 $103,003 $103,003 $0 $395,817 $395,817
TOBACCO PLAINS INDIAN BAND $29,146 $119,817 $148,963 $17,064 $32,758 $49,822 $46,210 $152,575 $198,785
TOOSEY INDIAN BAND $0 $386,479 $386,479 $203,350 $44,664 $248,014 $203,350 $431,143 $634,493
TOQUAHT INDIAN BAND $94,290 $24,081 $118,371 $232,182 $0 $232,182 $326,472 $24,081 $350,553
TSARTLIP INDIAN BAND $0 $211,428 $211,428 $112,260 $39,949 $152,209 $112,260 $251,377 $363,637
TSAWATAINEUK INDIAN BAND $0 $12,558 $12,558 $0 $90,340 $90,340 $0 $102,898 $102,898
TSAWOUT FIRST NATION $0 $17,231 $17,231 $0 $116,489 $116,489 $0 $133,720 $133,720
TSAWWASSEN FIRST NATION $71,678 $133,071 $204,749 $0 $0 $0 $71,678 $133,071 $204,749
TSAY KEH DENE BAND $46,357 $47,841 $94,198 $38,700 $109,456 $148,156 $85,057 $157,297 $242,354
TSESHAHT $943,597 $59,452 $1,003,049 $0 $0 $0 $943,597 $59,452 $1,003,049
TSEYCUM INDIAN BAND $0 $47,516 $47,516 $0 $27,589 $27,589 $0 $75,105 $75,105
TS'KW'AYLAXW FIRST NATION $125,293 $45,777 $171,070 $532,580 $41,121 $573,701 $657,873 $86,898 $744,771
T'SOU-KE FIRST NATION $148,705 $33,210 $181,915 $134,972 $6,522 $141,494 $283,677 $39,732 $323,409
TZEACHTEN INDIAN BAND $0 $15,600 $15,600 $0 $18,761 $18,761 $0 $34,361 $34,361
UCHUCKLESAHT INDIAN BAND $0 $3,171 $3,171 $0 $0 $0 $0 $3,171 $3,171
UCLUELET FIRST NATION $22,000 $17,841 $39,841 $0 $15,600 $15,600 $22,000 $33,441 $55,441
ULKATCHO INDIAN BAND $69,185 $0 $69,185 $255,078 $137,975 $393,053 $324,263 $137,975 $462,238
UNION BAR INDIAN BAND $0 $26,960 $26,960 $0 $6,429 $6,429 $0 $33,389 $33,389
UPPER NICOLA INDIAN BAND $0 $140,447 $140,447 $0 $118,359 $118,359 $0 $258,806 $258,806
UPPER SIMILKAMEEN BAND $0 $0 $0 $0 $7,681 $7,681 $0 $7,681 $7,681
WEST MOBERLY FIRST NATIONS $0 $22,979 $22,979 $0 $392,782 $392,782 $0 $415,761 $415,761
WESTBANK FIRST NATION BAND $0 $202,879 $202,879 $0 $0 $0 $0 $202,879 $202,879
WET SUWET EN FIRST NATION $0 $114,433 $114,433 $36,637 $60,408 $97,045 $36,637 $174,841 $211,478
WHE-LA-LA-U-AREA COUNCIL $0 $44,281 $44,281 $0 $2,417 $2,417 $0 $46,698 $46,698
WHISPERING PINES/CLINTON $0 $85,649 $85,649 $28,836 $18,744 $47,580 $28,836 $104,393 $133,229
WILLIAMS LAKE INDIAN BAND $0 $98,805 $98,805 $2,860,095 $66,417 $2,926,512 $2,860,095 $165,222 $3,025,317
XAXLI'P INDIAN BAND $60,000 $0 $60,000 $0 $59,143 $59,143 $60,000 $59,143 $119,143
XENI GWET'IN FIRST NATIONS GOVERNMENT $0 $111,650 $111,650 $8,500 $143,434 $151,934 $8,500 $255,084 $263,584
YAKWEAKWIOOSE INDIAN BAND $2,034,390 $81,090 $2,115,480 $0 $457 $457 $2,034,390 $81,547 $2,115,937
YALE FIRST NATION BAND $0 $56,160 $56,160 $0 $24,578 $24,578 $0 $80,738 $80,738
YEKOOCHE BAND $0 $139,663 $139,663 $227,058 $35,719 $262,777 $227,058 $175,382 $402,440
TOTAL $46,511,694 $17,544,237 $64,055,931 $26,338,384 $17,338,542 $43,676,926 $72,850,078 $34,882,779 $107,732,857
YUKON REGION 10/11 Capital 10/11 O&M 10/11 Total 11/12 Capital 11/12 O&M 11/12 Total Total Capital Total O&M Total
*Vote 10 Actual Expenditures only. Does not include AANDC HQ expenditures on small projects and Vote 1 Expenditures, or any portion of Health Canada expenditures over same period.
SOURCE: AANDC Internal Financial System.
CARCROSS/TAGISH FIRST NATION $0 $5,505 $5,505 $0 $23,207 $23,207 $0 $28,712 $28,712
LITTLE SALMON/CARMACKS FIRST NATION $0 $0 $0 $100,000 $0 $100,000 $100,000 $0 $100,000
VUNTUT GWITCHIN FIRST NATION $0 $24,702 $24,702 $0 $0 $0 $0 $24,702 $24,702
ROSS RIVER FIRST NATION $0 $77,656 $77,656 $195,482 $280,540 $476,022 $195,482 $358,196 $553,678
SELKIRK FIRST NATION $0 $0 $0 $0 $15,399 $15,399 $0 $15,399 $15,399
TESLIN TLINGIT COUNCIL $0 $0 $0 $0 $24,000 $24,000 $0 $24,000 $24,000
TAKU RIVER TLINGIT FIRST NATION $411,492 $343,596 $755,088 $79,196 $327,908 $407,104 $490,688 $671,504 $1,162,192
LIARD FIRST NATION $1,491,466 $171,340 $1,662,806 $1,303,321 $234,074 $1,537,395 $2,794,787 $405,414 $3,200,201
KLUANE FIRST NATION $0 $0 $0 $14,070 $31,727 $45,797 $14,070 $31,727 $45,797
DEASE RIVER FIRST NATION $0 $165,727 $165,727 $270,500 $125,251 $395,751 $270,500 $290,978 $561,478
WHITE RIVER FIRST NATION $83,820 $283,595 $367,415 $682,854 $200,771 $883,625 $766,674 $484,366 $1,251,040
CHAMPAGNE & AISHIHIK FIRST NATIONS $0 $352,500 $352,500 $0 $480,868 $480,868 $0 $833,368 $833,368
TA'AN KWACH'AN COUNCIL $0 $0 $0 $0 $15,400 $15,400 $0 $15,400 $15,400
DAYLU DENA COUNCIL $704,252 $239,487 $943,739 $204,638 $159,146 $363,784 $908,890 $398,633 $1,307,523
Total $2,691,030 $1,664,108 $4,355,138 $2,850,061 $1,918,291 $4,768,352 $5,541,091 $3,582,399 $9,123,490
Grand Total $250,467,468 $126,133,338 $376,600,806 $174,173,508 $127,234,970 $301,408,479 $424,640,976 $253,368,309 $678,009,285
  1. Source of data is AANDC's internal financial reporting database. In some instances, "First Nation" in this chart may refer to a community where water and wastewater services are being delivered by a Tribal Council or Municipality that provides water and/or sewer services or direct support to a First Nation community or communities. First Nations may also have benefited from additional indirect investments where the department has worked with a third party, such as a province or municipality, to construct a facility that provides services to both a First Nation and a neighbouring municipality.
  2. "Capital Expenditures" include both Major and Minor Capital. This includes funding for a wide variety of items including : new water plants or wastewater treatment plants being constructed; feasibility studies for future projects; design work for future projects; repairs and expansions of water and wastewater systems; installing new pipes or pumping stations; service hookups for new housing developments; running a cleaning and disinfection project on existing pipes; replacing valves on fire hydrants; buying water or septic trucks; making loan payments for water trucks; etc.)
  3. "Operations and Maintenance" (O&M) funding is provided to support First Nations in maintaining and operating systems that received AANDC support to construct. First Nations could use this funding for activities such as salaries for plant operators; salaries for water and septic truck drivers; employee benefits; chemical supplies; hardware; uniforms; equipment; laboratory testing of samples; freight and delivery of supplies; minor repairs to water or wastewater treatment systems; insurance; telephone; travel; training and development; utilities (e.g. electricity, waste collection); fuel for vehicles (e.g. water or septic trucks); and miscellaneous expenses.

Annex C: Results from the 2009-10 National Assessment and the 2011-12 Annual Performance Inspections by System

This section is a tabular representation of the comparison between the findings of the 2009-2010 National Assessment and the 2011-2012 Annual Performance Inspections.  It indicates the increase or decrease in risk levels by region, First Nation, system and system type.  For more information on individual First Nation communities, please visit the First Nation Profiles page on the department's website.  Inspections and risk assessments are tools that First Nations can use to inform  immediate and long-term planning for water and wastewater in their communities, including decisions on how their systems are maintained and operated, how the life of their systems can be prolonged, and how system risks can be reduced.  They also provide a means for AANDC to assess the outcomes of water and wastewater investments and activities on reserve, enabling key priorities to be identified and resources to be targeted more effectively.

Annual Performance Inspections (API).  APIs, as required under AANDC's protocols for federally funded water and wastewater systems, were conducted between April 2011 and March 2012 by AANDC inspectors or contractors certified to the level of the system being inspected (Circuit Rider, licensed consulting engineer, licensed Tribal Council engineer, provincial water system inspector, or water system operator). The inspectors used the same risk evaluation tool as the National Assessment.  Where no inspection was completed, the National Assessment results for the system were carried forward.  The following table indicates risk ratings for the 1290 systems inspected in the 2011-12 API cycle that were also inspected in the National Assessment.

It is important to note that a number of water and wastewater systems that were inspected during the National Assessment site visits were not inspected during the 2011-2012 APIs. These include:

Individual First Nation Water and Wastewater Risk Summary

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