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|Project name and project phase||Original estimated total cost (dollars)||Revised estimated total cost (dollars)||Actual total cost (dollars)||2016–2017 Main Estimates (dollars)||2016–2017 Planned spending (dollars)||2016–2017 Total authorities (dollars)a||2016–2017 Actual spending (dollars)||Expected date of close-out|
|Link to INAC's Program Alignment Architecture: The North — Program 4.3: Northern Land, Resources and Environmental Managementb|
|FOX-E — Durban Island Minesc||1,179,305,914||1,227,687,834||12,065,436||0||0||165,600||0||2015–2016|
|Bullmoose and Ruth Mines||11,156,542||0||4,243,409||8,503,361||6,654,108||2022–2023|
|United Keno Hills Mines||52,344,484||0||5,468,639||8,260,680||3,465,159||2023–2024|
|Great Bear Lake Mines||24,241,297||0||2,967,995||7,552,728||3,007,701||2026–2027|
|Link to INAC’s Program Alignment Architecture: The North — Program 4.2: Northern Science and Technology|
|Canadian High Arctic Research Stationd||145,524,772||195,537,456||141,998,483||42,710,236||43,784,639||55,976,262||46,877,530||2018–2019|
|a In this table, the column "Total Authorities" reflects only the annual planned spending for fiscal year 2016–2017 as outlined in the original estimated total cost or revised estimated total cost columns.
b In 2016–2017 funding for Northern Contaminated Sites Program under Northern Land, Resources and Environmental was made available through the Supplementary Estimates A process. Planned spending amounts were determined from the approved detailed work plans.
c FOX-E fully completed all remediation activities in 2015–2016 and is in the process of being closed. There were no expenditures incurred or planned costs in 2016–2017 and no additional costs are expected for this site in the future.
d The project scope was re-defined and the total project cost was amended to $145.5 million in May 2014, with an increase of $50 million in 2015. Actuals are lower than Authorities as some activities (~$9 million) have been postponed from 2016–2017 to 2017–2018.
Note that 2016–2017 planned spending corresponds to 4.2.2 (Science initiatives) and includes administration cost to support the Northern Science and Technology program.
Please note that the original estimated total cost and revised estimated cost total includes employees’ benefit plans and accommodation.