Appendix: Capital Investments to Support Service Delivery

Investing in infrastructure is critical to helping vulnerable Ontarians and building strong communities. In 2014-15, the ministry invested over $50 million to help social service agencies better serve children, youth, and their families through new construction or upgrades to existing facilities. The redevelopment of two new CTCs with sites in Hamilton, Brampton, Mississauga, and Oakville had continued progress in 2014-15.

The ministry continues to work collaboratively with the Ministry of Community Safety and Correctional services on a transformational initiative to optimize capacity in the Youth Justice sector and to address capacity pressures and mental health needs in adult female correctional facilities.

Ministry Interim Actual Expenditures 2014-15

Ministry Interim Actual Expenditures ($M) 2014-15 *
Operating $4,213.9
Capital $63.4
BPS Consolidation ($103.4)
Total including Consolidation $4,173.9
Staff Strength **
(as of March 31, 2015)

* Interim actuals reflect the numbers presented in the 2015 Ontario Budget.
** Ontario Public Service Full-Time Equivalent positions.