Privy Council Office
The Privy Council Office (PCO) is the hub of non-partisan, public service support to the Prime Minister and Cabinet and its decision-making structures. Led by the Clerk of the Privy Council, PCO supports the government in implementing its vision and responding effectively and quickly to issues facing the government and the country.
We are in the process of moving our services and information to Canada.ca.
Our current Privy Council Office website will remain available until the move to Canada.ca is complete.
Services and information
Meet the Clerk of the Privy Council, Michael Wernick.
Learn more about this initiative to modernize and transform the Public Service.
Search for Orders in Council (OICs) published from 1990 to the present.
Consult the list of all the Privy Council Office reports and publications.
Access a comprehensive list of reports from 1869 to the present.
Find information about Cabinet and its role in government.
Learn more about the role of the Queen’s Privy Council and obtain a complete listing of its current and past members.
Everything you need to know to apply to the Prime Minister’s Youth Council.
Learn about the Independent Advisory Board for Senate Appointments and how to apply to become a senator.
Read about the overall goals of the government and how it will accomplish them.
Learn how the Government is taking action on sexual orientation and gender identity and expression issues.
The Fair provides an opportunity for departments and agencies to learn from each other and showcase the impacts of our everyday excellence in the workplace in service to Canadians.
Learn how the Government is strengthening the openness, transparency and fairness of electoral processes and democratic institutions.
Learn how Federal-Provincial-Territorial (FPT) Relations of the Privy Council Office provides advice to the Prime Minister, the Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs and the Cabinet on FPT relations, the evolution of our federation and Canadian unity.
Learn more about the Leader of the Government in the House of Commons.
Learn more about how the Hub can help departments understand and apply new policy approaches and tools to policies, programs and services across the public service.
Report a problem or mistake on this page
- Date modified: