Back to top
Appropriations Act, 2002

BILL NO. 124

(as passed)

2nd Session, 58th General Assembly
Nova Scotia
51 Elizabeth II, 2002



Government Bill



Appropriations Act, 2002

CHAPTER 2 OF THE ACTS OF 2002



The Honourable Neil J. LeBlance
Minister of Finance



First Reading: April 25, 2002 (LINK TO BILL AS INTRODUCED)

Second Reading: April 25, 2002

Third Reading: April 25, 2002

Royal Assent: May 30, 2002

An Act to Provide for
Defraying Certain Charges and Expenses of
the Public Service of the Province

Be it enacted by the Governor and Assembly as follows:

1 This Act may be cited as the Appropriations Act, 2002.

2 The several sums of money hereinafter stated are granted to Her Honour the Lieutenant Governor for the purpose of defraying the undermentioned several charges and expenses of the public service for the fiscal year ending March 31, 2003:

Department of Agriculture and Fisheries $ 39,273,000

Department of Community Services 648,995,000

Department of Economic Development 30,785,000

Department of Education 928,733,000

Assistance to Universities,

Department of Education 201,732,000

Department of Environment and Labour 26,743,000

Department of Finance 13,329,000

Debt Servicing Costs,

Department of Finance 1,009,881,000

Department of Health 1,980,235,000

Department of Justice 91,753,000

Department of Natural Resources 57,028,000

Communications Nova Scotia 3,419,000

Emergency Measures Organization of Nova Scotia 595,000

Executive Council 13,324,000

FOIPOP Review Office 239,000

Government Contributions to Benefit Plans 7,200,000

Human Rights Commission 1,676,000

Legislative Services 15,631,000

Nova Scotia Advisory Council on the

Status of Women 646,000

Nova Scotia Business Inc. 25,600,000

Nova Scotia Petroleum Directorate 7,069,000

Nova Scotia Police Commission 299,000

Nova Scotia Securities Commission 1,070,000

Nova Scotia Sport and Recreation Commission 6,317,000

Nova Scotia Utility and Review Board 2,630,000

Office of the Auditor General 2,025,000

Office of the Ombudsman 802,000

Public Prosecution Service 14,255,000

Sydney Tar Ponds Agency 1,400,000

Technology and Science Secretariat 3,251,000

Service Nova Scotia and Municipal Relations 92,298,000

Tourism and Culture 38,847,000

Department of Transportation and Public Works 239,411,000

Capital Purchase Requirements 218,956,000

Restructuring Costs 16,114,000

Sinking Fund Instalments and Serial Retirements 294,545,000

3 Notwithstanding Section 2, the sum chargeable to Capital Purchase Requirements may be expended in the period from April 1, 2002, to March 31, 2004, inclusive.

4 The said several sums shall be paid by the Minister of Finance subject to the provisions of the statutes in that behalf out of the moneys that are applicable to the several purposes for which the said several sums are granted.

5 The Governor in Council is authorized, for purposes of Sections 46 and 52 of the Provincial Finance Act, and the Minister of Finance is authorized, for purposes of borrowing for a term of greater than one calendar year pursuant to Sections 47 and 52 of that Act, to borrow or raise by way of loan on the credit of the Province, either before or after the expiration of the said fiscal year, and in addition to borrowings authorized by other enactments, the sum of $1,500,000,000 for the public service.

6 This Act has effect on and after April 1, 2002.


This page and its contents published by the Office of the Legislative Counsel, Nova Scotia House of Assembly, and © 2002 Crown in right of Nova Scotia. Updated May 31, 2002. Send comments to legc.office@novascotia.ca.