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Structure of the Canadian federal government

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Structure of the Canadian federal government

This article is part of a series on the
politics and government of
Canada

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

Departments, with subsidiary units

The following are departments and agencies of Her Majesty's Government:

Standalone agencies, offices, etc., with subsidiary units

Sources

  • Government of Canada Departments and Agencies listing

Notes

  1. ^ The Canadian Forces is separate and distinct from that of the Department of National Defence. The Department is a civilian organisation, and is part of the Public Service of Canada, while the Canadian Forces are a military organisation and are not part of the Public Service. However, the Minister of National Defence is responsible for its direction.

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