2015-2016: 2nd Quarter (July, August and September 2015)

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Overview

Data by product category

This table shows the amount of subsidy that was distributed by product category between July 1, 2015 and September 30, 2015, and the quantity of products that were subsidized during this period. Product categories are listed in descending order based on the amount of subsidy; the category that received the highest amount of subsidy is listed first, followed by the category that received the second highest amount of subsidy, and so on. Numbers in the table are preliminary. Values are subject to change.

Product category $ subsidy % total $ kg of food % total kg
Fruit and vegetables (fresh and frozen) 5,354,726 33% 1,878,166 29%
Milk (fresh, UHT and canned evaporated) 2,755,410 17% 1,075,342 17%
Meat, poultry and fish (fresh and frozen) 2,653,311 16% 1,031,361 16%
Bread and bread products, cereals, crackers, flour and plain fresh and frozen pasta. 1,912,287 12% 776,516 12%
Cheese, yogurt and other dairy products 1,300,790 8% 547,158 8%
Unsweetened juice 789,221 5% 331,979 5%
Eggs and egg substitutes 700,206 4% 293,161 5%
Combination foods (fresh and frozen) 379,849 2% 243,285 4%
Infant formula and foods prepared specifically for infants 198,778 1% 80,302 1%
Cooking oils, margarine, lard, shortening, butter, mayonnaise and salad dressing 184,626 1% 160,711 2%
Nuts, seeds, peanut butter and other nut butters, tofu and other meat alternatives 84,736 1% 28,666 0%
Non-prescription drugs 4,790 0% 6,101 0%
Eligible only for the community of Old Crow, Yukon 2,431 0% 2,705 0%
Country Food 88 0% 73 0%
Total 16,321,249 100% 6,455,526 100%
Note: Numbers may not add up due to rounding.

This chart shows what percentage of total subsidy payments was applied to specific product categories between July 1, 2015 and September 30, 2015. Because non-prescription drugs and country foods shipped from northern plants received less than 1% of the subsidy payments, these categories are not shown in the chart. The chart is based on data in the table above.

Percentage of total subsidy spending
Description of the pie graph: Percentage of total subsidy spending

The pie graph breaks down the total amount of subsidy spending between July 1, 2015 and September 30, 2015, by categories of eligible products as follows:

  • Perishable fruits and vegetables, including juice: 38%
  • Milk and other perishable dairy products: 25%
  • Perishable meat and alternatives: 21%
  • Bread, cereal and other perishable grain products: 12%
  • Perishable combination foods: 2%
  • Margarine, oil and other fats: 1%
  • Other: 1%
    • Infant formula and infant foods: 1%
    • Non-prescription drugs: 0%
    • Eligible only for the community of Old Crow, Yukon: 0%
    • Country Food: 0%.

Data by province or territory and region

This table shows the amount of subsidy that was distributed by province or territory and region between July 1, 2015 and September 30, 2015, and the product quantities that were subsidized during this period. The provinces or territories are listed in descending order based on the amount of subsidy. Numbers in the table are preliminary. Values are subject to change.

Province or territory and region $ subsidy % total $ kg % total kg
Nunavut 
Baffin 6,096,813 37% 1,594,793 25%
Kivalliq 1,896,879 12% 761,155 12%
Kitikmeot 1,160,349 7% 474,916 7%
  9,154,042 56% 2,830,864 44%
Quebec
Nunavik
(Northern Quebec)
3,966,264 24% 1,222,055 19%
Quebec North Shore† 0 0% 0 0%
  3,966,264 24% 1,222,055 19%
Manitoba
  1,258,191 8% 1,049,896 16%
Northwest
Territories
       
Sahtu 474,167 3% 192,165 3%
Beaufort-Delta 460,425 3% 159,890 2%
Great Slave Lake 795 0% 15,906 0%
Deh Cho 0 0% 0 0%
  935,387 6% 367,961 6%
Ontario
  717,468 4% 811,841 13%
Newfoundland
and Labrador
Labrador 242,821 1% 124,328 2%
Yukon
  45,684 0% 20,734 0%
Saskatchewan
  1,392 0% 27,849 0%
Total 16,321,249 100% 6,455,526 100%
†Quebec North Shore communities are eligible for a subsidy from Nutrition North Canada during the months when there is no marine service to these communities (generally from January to March).
Note: Numbers may not add up due to rounding.

Data by community

This table shows the amount of subsidy that was distributed by community between July 1, 2015 and September 30, 2015, and the product quantities that were subsidized during this period. Within a province or territory, communities are listed in alphabetic order. Numbers in the table are preliminary. Values are subject to change.

Province/Territory/Community $ subsidy % total $ kg % total kg
Nunavut
Arctic Bay 562,336 3% 67,580 1%
Arviat 260,980 2% 156,021 2%
Baker Lake 469,972 3% 154,178 2%
Cambridge Bay 277,473 2% 177,098 3%
Cape Dorset 297,612 2% 68,605 1%
Chesterfield Inlet 92,779 1% 32,533 1%
Clyde River 428,376 3% 68,268 1%
Coral harbour 243,511 1% 63,508 1%
Gjoa Haven 286,333 2% 92,175 1%
Grise Fiord 168,779 1% 10,634 0%
Hall Beach 323,414 2% 61,849 1%
Igloolik 587,582 4% 111,746 2%
Iqaluit 1,751,846 11% 841,540 13%
Kimmirut 158,750 1% 30,836 0%
Kugaaruk 141,403 1% 37,286 1%
Kugluktuk 240,212 1% 104,660 2%
Pangnirtung 411,792 3% 107,511 2%
Pond Inlet 872,887 5% 112,160 2%
Qikiqtarjuaq 145,417 1% 31,936 0%
Rankin Inlet 472,027 3% 250,085 4%
Repulse bay 272,043 2% 69,357 1%
Resolute 311,202 2% 31,350 0%
Sanikiluaq 76,821 0% 50,778 1%
Taloyoak 214,929 1% 63,698 1%
Whale Cove 85,567 1% 35,472 1%
  9,154,042 56% 2,830,864 44%
Quebec
Akulivik 173,196 1% 41,168 1%
Aupaluk 80,915 0% 19,054 0%
Blanc-Sablon 0 0% 0 0%
Chevery 0 0% 0 0%
Gethsémani (la romaine) 0 0% 0 0%
Harrington Harbour 0 0% 0 0%
Inukjuak 356,746 2% 136,835 2%
Ivujivik 118,683 1% 23,287 0%
Kangiqsualujjuaq 265,889 2% 67,147 1%
Kangiqsujuaq 279,751 2% 56,980 1%
Kangirsuk 215,363 1% 42,520 1%
Kegaska 0 0% 0 0%
Kuujjuaq 718,131 4% 295,751 5%
Kuujjuarapik 361,905 2% 189,693 3%
La Tabatière 0 0% 0 0%
Lourdes-de-Blanc-Sablon 0 0% 0 0%
Mutton Bay 0 0% 0 0%
Puvirnituq 521,123 3% 144,256 2%
Quaqtaq 166,058 1% 32,479 1%
Saint-Augustin / Pakuashipi 0 0% 0 0%
Salluit 528,223 3% 108,634 2%
Tasiujaq 98,425 1% 24,871 0%
Tête-à-la-Baleine 0 0% 0 0%
Umiujaq 81,857 1% 39,380 1%
  3,966,264 24% 1,222,055 19%
Manitoba
Berens River 554 0% 11,074 0%
Bloodvein 0 0% 0 0%
Gods Lake Narrows 111,976 1% 106,411 2%
Gods River 47,285 0% 45,317 1%
Island Lake (Garden Hill) 240,887 1% 165,743 3%
Lac Brochet 47,878 0% 38,995 1%
Little Grand Rapids 50,868 0% 46,792 1%
Negginan (Poplar River) 61,094 0% 53,147 1%
Oxford House 234,397 1% 193,454 3%
Pauingassi 20,676 0% 19,142 0%
Red Sucker Lake 61,286 0% 44,840 1%
Shamattawa 3,020 0% 60,391 1%
St. Theresa Point 274,760 2% 192,247 3%
Waasagomach 103,510 1% 72,345 1%
  1,258,191 8% 1,049,896 16%
Northwest Territories
Aklavik 55,823 0% 37,784 1%
Colville Lake 43,944 0% 9,019 0%
Deline 100,801 1% 40,927 1%
Fort Good Hope 113,242 1% 43,552 1%
Gameti 0 0% 0 0%
Lutsel K'e 795 0% 15,906 0%
Norman Wells 128,558 1% 63,432 1%
Paulatuk 71,522 0% 20,526 0%
Sachs Harbour 48,948 0% 8,527 0%
Trout Lake 0 0% 0 0%
Tuktoyaktuk 138,386 1% 58,513 1%
Tulita 87,622 1% 35,235 1%
Ulukhaktok (Holman) 145,745 1% 34,539 1%
Wha Ti 0 0% 0 0%
  935,387 6% 367,961 6%
Ontario
Angling lake 180 0% 3,594 0%
Attawapiskat 183,422 1% 152,198 2%
Bearskin Lake 36,223 0% 32,340 1%
Big Trout Lake 131,660 1% 87,006 1%
Fort Albany 64,497 0% 58,621 1%
Fort Severn 92,681 1% 38,741 1%
Kasabonika 3,052 0% 61,031 1%
Kashechewan 123,397 1% 115,693 2%
Kingfisher Lake 1,431 0% 28,613 0%
Muskrat Dam 23,313 0% 18,759 0%
Peawanuck 47,969 0% 22,366 0%
Pikangikum 4,227 0% 84,546 1%
Sachigo Lake 1,684 0% 33,673 1%
Weagamow Lake 1,870 0% 37,405 1%
Wunnummin Lake 1,863 0% 37,258 1%
  717,468 4% 811,841 13%
Newfoundland and Labrador
Black Tickle 13,807 0% 8,334 0%
Hopedale 24,571 0% 14,726 0%
Makkovik 15,489 0% 10,486 0%
Nain 108,360 1% 44,888 1%
Natuashish 58,299 0% 29,779 0%
Postville 11,749 0% 7,542 0%
Rigolet 10,547 0% 8,572 0%
  242,821 1% 124,328 2%
Yukon
Old Crow 45,684 0% 20,734 0%
Saskatchewan
Black Lake 0 0% 0 0%
Fond-du-Lac 1,392 0% 27,849 0%
Stony Rapids 0 0% 0 0%
  1,392 0% 27,849 0%
Total 16,321,249 100% 6,455,526 100%
† Quebec North Shore communities are eligible for a subsidy from Nutrition North Canada during the months when there is no marine service to these communities (generally from January to March).
n/a = not applicable
Note: Numbers may not add up due to rounding.
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