Attorney General of Canada


Attorney General of Canada

The Attorney General of Canada ( _fr. Procureur général du Canada) is the top prosecuting officer in Canada. The role is part of the cabinet post of the Minister of Justice.

The current Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada is The Honourable Rob Nicholson.

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* List of Canadian Ministers of Justice


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