Supplement to the Estimates of Expenditure

Supplements to the Estimates of Expenditure are departmental business plans that align to broader government strategic priorities identified in Balanced Scorecards.

The Supplement to the Estimates of Expenditure (Supplement) is a detailed business plan for this department. This business plan includes the department’s customized balanced scorecard, key initiatives and summary budget information, outlining their operational plans and activities for the year.

Previously referred to as the Main Estimates Supplement and, prior to that, the Supplementary Information for Legislative Review (SILR), these documents became a legislative requirement under the Financial Administration Act (FAA) in 1997. Section 31 of the FAA directs Ministers to table a supplement to the main estimates of expenditure in the Legislature, but does not specify content requirements.

Supplements are to be tabled, distributed and available online no later than six business days after the tabling of the provincial budget.

This report and specific sections are available for download as PDF PDF files.


Manitoba Economic Development, Investment, Trade and Natural Resources Supplement to the Estimates of Expenditure 2024-25 (1 MB)


Thumbnail of Economic Development, Investment and Trade Main Estimates Supplement cover

Specific Sections:

Minister's Message
Department Summary
Department Responsibilities
Department Shared Services
Statutory Responsibilities
Organizational Structure
Operating Environment and Departmental Risk
Department Performance Measurement
Financial Details


This publication is available in alternate formats upon request.

For alternate format requests, please contact Mailen Regis, the Accessibility Coordinator, at the email below:

Economic Development, Investment, Trade and Natural Resources
Accessibility Coordinator
900-259 Portage Avenue.
Winnipeg, MB
R3B 2A9
Phone: 204-914-0609


Previous reports:


To review print versions of previous reports, please visit the Legislative Library of Manitoba:

100-200 Vaughan St.
Winnipeg MB R3C 1T5
Phone: 204-945-4330

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