Structure of the Canadian federal government


Structure of the Canadian federal government

The following list outlines the Structure of the Canadian federal government.

Cabinet-level Departments, Agencies, Secretariats and Offices are denoted in bold with the corresponding Minister listed alongside.

Crown

* Monarchy of Canada
** Governor General of Canada

Departments, with subsidiary units

The following are departments and agencies of the Public Service of Canada:
* Privy Council Office -- Prime Minister, & President of the Queen's Privy Council for Canada
** Intergovernmental Affairs Secretariat -- Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs.
** Office of the Leader of the Government in the House of Commons -- Leader of the Government in the House of Commons
** Office of the Leader of the Government in the Senate -- Leader of the Government in the Senate
* Treasury Board Secretariat -- President of the Treasury Board
* Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada -- Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food
** Cooperatives Secretariat
** National Farm Products Council
** Rural Secretariat
* Canadian Heritage, Department of -- Minister of Canadian Heritage
** Sport Canada -- Secretary of State (Sport)
** 2010 Winter Olympics -- Minister responsible for Vancouver-Whistler Olympics
* Canadian International Development Agency -- Minister for International Cooperation
* Citizenship and Immigration Canada -- Minister of Citizenship and Immigration
** Immigration and Refugee Board of Canada
* Environment Canada -- Minister of the Environment
** Meteorological Service of Canada
* Finance, Department of -- Minister of Finance
* Fisheries and Oceans Canada -- Minister of Fisheries and Oceans
** Canadian Coast Guard
* Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada
** Foreign Affairs -- Minister of Foreign Affairs
** International Trade -- Minister of International Trade
* Health Canada -- Minister of Health
** Mental Health Commission of Canada
** Pest Management Regulatory Agency
* Human Resources and Social Development Canada -- Minister of Human Resources and Social Development
** Service Canada
** Service Canada Centres for Youth
** Canada Student Loans Program
** Employment Insurance Program
** Canada Pension Plan
** Social Insurance Number
** Federal Mediation and Conciliation Service
** Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
** Labour Program -- Minister of Labour
* Indian and Northern Affairs Canada -- Minister of Indian Affairs and Northern Development
**Canadian Polar Commission
**Federal Interlocutor for Métis and Non-Status Indians
* Infrastructure Canada -- Minister of Transport, Communities and Infastructure
* Industry Canada -- Minister of Industry
** Canadian Intellectual Property Office
** Canadian Space Agency
** The Competition Bureau
** Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario -- Minister for the Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario
** Measurement Canada
** Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy
** Office of Consumer Affairs
* Foreign Affairs and International Trade Canada -- Minister of International Trade
* Justice, Department of -- Minister of Justice
* National Defence, Department of -- Minister of National Defence
** Canadian Forces
** Communications Security Establishment
** Defence Research and Development Canada
* Natural Resources Canada -- Minister of Natural Resources
** Canadian Forest Service
* Public Safety Canada -- Minister of Public Safety
** Canada Border Services Agency
** Canadian Security Intelligence Service
** Correctional Service of Canada
** National Parole Board
** Royal Canadian Mounted Police
* Library and Archives Canada
* Public Works and Government Services Canada -- Minister of Public Works and Government Services
* Transport Canada -- Minister of Transport, Communities and Infastructure
* Veterans Affairs Canada -- Minister of Veterans Affairs

tandalone agencies, offices, etc., with subsidiary units

* Parliament of Canada
** Elections Canada
** Office of the Auditor General of Canada
** Office of the Ethics Commissioner
** Office of the Information Commissioner
** Office of the Privacy Commissioner
* Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency -- Minister for the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency
* Bank of Canada
* Business Development Bank of Canada
* Canada Public Service Agency
* Canada Revenue Agency -- Minister of National Revenue
* Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec -- Minister of the Economic Development Agency of Canada for the Regions of Quebec
* Canadian Dairy Commission.
* Canadian Environmental Assessment Agency
* Canadian Food Inspection Agency
**Canadian Grain Commission
* Canadian Human Rights Commission
* Canadian Intergovernmental Conference Secretariat
* Canadian Nuclear Safety Commission
* Canadian Radio-television and Telecommunications Commission
* Canadian Space Agency
* Canadian Tourism Commission
* Canadian Transportation Agency
* Copyright Board of Canada
* Financial Consumer Agency of Canada
* Financial Transactions and Reports Analysis Centre of Canada
* National Research Council of Canada
* Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council
* National Film Board of Canada
* Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions
* Parks Canada
* Passport Canada
* Public Health Agency of Canada
** Canadian Health Network
* Public Service Commission of Canada
* Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada
* Statistics Canada
* Status of Women Canada --Minister responsible for the Status of Women
* Supreme Court of Canada
* Western Economic Diversification Canada -- Minister of Western Economic Diversification

ee also

* Crown corporation
* Civil Service Act 1918


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