Comprehensive list that provides direct links to the primary Web sites of Government of Canada departments, agencies and Crown corporations, as well as links to major Canadian Political Parties.
Government of Canada Main Site
Easy access to trusted information on topics such as science and technology, taxes, public safety, jobs, justice, and services for seniors.
Canada’s Parliament, as conceived by the Fathers of Confederation in 1867, continues to be a vibrant example of democracy in action. In Parliament, our representatives examine the top issues of the day, decide on policies and laws, and hold the government accountable for its actions.
Canada Border Services Agency
The CBSA's mandate is to manage the nation's borders by administering and enforcing about 75 domestic laws that govern trade and travel, as well as international agreements and conventions.
Canada Business Service Centres
CBSCs are your gateway to government information for business. The CBSCs provide a wide range of information on government services, programs and regulations and are there to answer your questions about starting a new business or improving an existing one.
Here you will find the best links to government services, information and resources, for citizens of other countries.
Canadian Consumer Information Gateway
You will find everything from lists of product and food recalls and alerts on the latest consumer scams and frauds, to a wide array of interactive financial calculators that can help you decide which bank or credit card is right for you or whether you should buy or lease your next vehicle.
Public Health Agency
Promoting and protect the health of Canadians through leadership, partnership, innovation and action in public health.
Canadian Heritage is responsible for national policies and programs that promote Canadian content, foster cultural participation, active citizenship and participation in Canada's civic life, and strengthen connections among Canadians.
Canadian Human Right Commission
The Canadian Human Rights Commission administers both the Canadian Human Rights Act and the Employment Equity Act, and ensures that the principles of equal opportunity and non-discrimination are followed in all areas of federal jurisdiction.
The Passport Office is defined by the Canadian Passport Order, and is responsible for issuing, revoking, withholding, recovery and use of Canadian passports. It provides guidance to missions issuing passports abroad and supervises all matters relating to Canadian travel documents.
Citizenship & Immigration Canada
Canada’s citizenship and immigration programs help build a community of citizens respected throughout the world.
The CRTC is an independent agency responsible for regulating Canada's broadcasting and telecommunications systems.
Child Support Guidelines
On May 1, 1997 new laws respecting child support came into force, including Federal Child Support Guidelines and additional federal enforcement measures to help the provinces and territories ensure that family support obligations are respected.
Employment and Social Development
Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) is the department of the Government of Canada responsible for developing, managing and delivering social programs and services.
Strategis makes use of new technologies to offer interactive applications such as customizable benchmarking tools, cost calculators, and online business planning. Many of Industry Canada's services (such as filing an application for patent) can now be completed online through Strategis.
Job Bank is an electronic listing of jobs provided by employers from everywhere across Canada.
Library & Archives Canada
Library and Archives Canada is an innovative knowledge institution that combines the collections, services and staff expertise of the former National Library of Canada and National Archives of Canada. Our objective is to provide all Canadians with easy, one-stop access to the texts, photographs and other documents that reflect their cultural, social and political development.
Service Canada is mandated with helping to secure and strengthen Canada’s social foundation. We do this by supporting people with disabilities and ensuring that people can fully participate in their communities.
We protect and present nationally significant examples of Canada's natural and cultural heritage and foster public understanding, appreciation and enjoyment in ways that ensure their ecological and commemorative integrity for present and future generations.
Public Service Commission of Canada
The Public Service of Canada offers a wide variety of employment opportunities in many fields and areas of specialization. Whether you prefer to work in an office or outdoors, in a rural area or a large urban centre, you're likely to find something that matches your unique talents.
Royal Canadian Mint
The Royal Canadian Mint was officially placed in Canadian hands on December 1, 1931, reporting to the Department of Finance. After many years of establishing new coinage and refining records, the Canadian government gave the Mint the authority needed to respond more quickly to the changing conditions of a modern world by making it a Crown corporation on April 1, 1969.
Supreme Court of Canada
The Supreme Court of Canada is Canada's highest court. It is the final general court of appeal, the last judicial resort for all litigants, whether individuals or governments. Its jurisdiction embraces both the civil law of the province of Quebec and the common law of the other provinces and territories.
Services for People with Disabilities
The Office for Disability Issues (ODI) is the focal point within the Government of Canada for key partners working to promote the full participation of Canadians with disabilities in learning, work and community life.
The Canada Revenue Agency
CRA administers tax laws for the Government of Canada and for most provinces and territories; and various social and economic benefit and incentive programs delivered through the tax system.
The Meteorological Service of Canada (MSC) is Canada's source for meteorological information. The Service monitors water quantities, provides information and conducts research on climate, atmospheric science, air quality, ice and other environmental issues.
Youth Employment Strategy
The Youth Employment Strategy is the Government of Canada's commitment to help young people, particularly those facing barriers to employment, get the information and gain the skills, work experience and abilities they need to make a successful transition to the workplace.
CANADIAN POLITICAL PARTIES:
Le Bloc Québécois est un parti politique souverainiste, implanté exclusivement au Québec. Il a été créé en 1990 devant l'échec du gouvernement fédéral de trouver une formule qui satisfasse les demandes minimales du Québec pour que celui-ci puisse réintégrer la Constitution canadienne.
Conservative Party of Canada
The Conservative Party of Canada is a broadly based and balanced political party. It includes conservatives of all stripes: economic conservatives who stress lower taxes, less debt, and more efficient government; red tories who emphasize a sustainable environment, responsible social programs and important national institutions; social conservatives who want to strengthen our families and make our communities safer; and democratic reformers, who believe government must be responsible to the people.
The Green Party has a new proposition for Canadians. We're asking voters to redefine progress and take a more active role in their government. If we spend less time on partisan bickering, we can spend more time on planning where we want to be in twenty years. We need a plan for tomorrow, today.
Liberal Party of Canada
The Liberal Party of Canada is committed to the view that the dignity of each individual man and woman is the cardinal principle of democratic society and the primary purpose of all political organization and activity in such a society.
New Democratic Party
The primary purpose of the New Democratic Party is to offer a vision for Canada where people come first; a clear democratic socialist political alternative.