Annual financial report of the Government of Canada: F1-25E-PDF
Reports on the federal government’s financial situation during the fiscal year. It presents the money the government took in (revenues); money the government spent (expenses); the difference between revenues and expenses (the budgetary balance and financial source/requirement); and the government’s debt. It also compares what the government expected to take in and pay out during the year with what actually happened. Includes condensed financial statements and more comprehensive fiscal reference tables.
|Department/Agency||Department of Finance.|
|Title||Annual financial report of the Government of Canada|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
|Note||For the "Fiscal reference tables", see F1-26E-PDF. Issued also in French under title: Rapport financier annuel du gouvernement du Canada.|
|Chronology||Fiscal year 1994/95-|
|Subject Terms||Finance, Public accounts|
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