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Federal program spending in 2007-08 as a percentage share of the Canadian economy: 13.3. Last year’s percentage: 12.8.

Federal program spending in 2007-08 as a percentage share of the Canadian economy: 13.3.

Last year’s percentage: 12.8.

Increase in federal transfers to provinces and

territories, 2007-2014: $39 billion.

Annual federal transfers to Alberta in 2006-07:

$5.198 billion.

Population of Alberta: 3,290,350.

Annual transfer per person: $1,733.

Annual federal transfers to Ontario, 2006-07:

$19.581 billion.

Population of Ontario: 12,160,282.

Transfer per person: $1,632.

Federal transfers to Quebec 2006-07: $16.677 billion.

Population of Quebec: 7,546,131.

Transfer per person: $2,382.

Federal transfers to PEI in 2006-07: $474 million.

Population of PEI: 135,851.

Transfer per person: $3,489.

Federal transfers to Yukon, 2006-07: $554 million.

Population of the Yukon: 30,372.

Transfer per person: $18,240.

Number of times Yukon’s population would fit in

PEI’s population: 4.5.

Total capital expenditures of PEI, 2006-07:

$247.8 million.

Total estimated capital expenditures of Yukon,

2006-07: $191 million.

PEI’s total operating revenue, 2006-07: $1.1 billion.

Yukon’s estimated total budget income, 20006:07:

$787 million.

Federal transfers to Nunavut, 2006-07: $874 million.

Population of Nunavut: 29,474.

Transfer per person: $29,653. (RM).

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