Twenty-Fifth Annual Report to the Prime Minister on the Public Service of Canada

This report highlights stories of public service renewal and efforts to address challenges over the past year, and outlines priorities for the year ahead.

Public servants at home and abroad


This year, more than 262,000 federal public servants improved services and found solutions for Canadians. Here’s a breakdown of public servants at work.

Transcript — Distribution of Federal Public Servants across Canada

A chart showing the distribution of federal public servants across Canada and abroad.

Number of Federal Public Servants in major cities across Canada
City Number of public servants
Yellowknife 354
Whitehorse 310
Edmonton 6,543
Calgary 3,257
Vancouver 7,068
Victoria 2,320
Esquimalt 2,018
Saskatoon 1,946
Regina 2,029
Winnipeg 8,006
Iqaluit 254
Quebec City 3,681
Montreal 10,772
St. Johns 3,738
Moncton 1,827
Charlottetown 1,889
Halifax 7,433
National Capital Region 107,969
Kingston 3,051
Greater Sudbury 2,192
Toronto 12,303
Mississauga 3,117
Distribution of federal public servants across regions*
Region Number of public servants
National Capital Region 107,969
Ontario 37,887
Prairies 30,717
Quebec 29,503
Atlantic 26,381
British Columbia 22,822
North 1,151

*There are 1,341 public servants who work outside of Canada

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