Crown Corporation Governance in the Government of Canada: The 2005 Review and Beyond - Institute on Governance

Crown Corporation Governance in the Government of Canada: The 2005 Review and Beyond

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Within Canadaʼs system of government, the Crown corporation is one of the oldest forms of public sector organization outside of the ministerial department, dating back over a century. It is also one of the most widely used: the federal public administration currently includes 47 parent Crown corporations, and subsidiaries that report as parents, which collectively employ some 87,000 full-time equivalent staff.

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