Appointments

Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (CIRNAC) is accepting applications from individuals interested in serving as an appointee or nominee on CIRNAC boards, commissions, and other organizations within their portfolio.

To learn more, please visit Opportunities for ministerial appointments.

There are 55 institutions, boards, and commissions for which the departments have appointment responsibilities in addition to being responsible for reporting to Parliament on the federal government institutions that fall under their portfolios.

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How appointments work

Several of the organizations for which the ministers have appointment responsibilities have been established under land claims and enabling legislation to carry out functions associated with resource management and dispute resolution. Many play a particularly significant role in the North. Others have an advisory role to the ministers. These organizations (boards, panels, commissions) are physically located across the country and vary in scope.

Members of these organizations are appointed in one of 2 ways:

Order in Council (OIC)/Governor in Council appointments

Ministerial appointments

Contact us

For further information concerning, boards, commissions, tribunals, committees, and advisory bodies within the mandate of Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada or if you believe that you are qualified for a position within one of these institutions please contact the:

Appointments Coordinator
Corporate Secretariat
Terrasses de la Chaudière
10 Wellington, North Tower, Room 2107
Gatineau, Québec
K1A 0H4
E-mail: aadnc.nominationsappointments.aandc@canada.ca

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