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Learn about current government priorities as outlined in the annual departmental Reports on Plans and Priorities, and the Speech from the Throne.
Learn about the government’s appointment processes for agencies, boards, commissions, Crown corporations, tribunals, judicial office and the Senate.
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Access all Treasury Board policies and related instruments for organizations across the Government of Canada.
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Have your say by participating in government consultations. Find out how to contact the government.
Learn about the federal government’s relations with international, provincial and Aboriginal governments.
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