2024-25 Departmental Plan at a glance

A departmental plan describes a department's priorities, plans and associated costs for the upcoming three fiscal years.
Vision, mission, raison d'etre
Operating context
Minister's mandate letter
Read the full departmental plan

Key priorities

Refocusing Government Spending

In Budget 2023, the government committed to reducing spending by $14.1 billion over the next five years, starting in 2023–24, and by $4.1 billion annually after that.
As part of meeting this commitment, the PPSC is planning the following spending reductions.

The PPSC will achieve these reductions by doing the following:

The figures in this departmental plan reflect these reductions.


A Departmental Results Framework consists of an organization's core responsibilities, the results it plans to achieve, and the performance indicators that measure progress toward these results.

Prosecution Services

Departmental results:

Planned spending: $178,679,052

Planned human resources: 880

The Public Prosecution Service of Canada's (PPSC)Footnote 1 is responsible for prosecuting drug-related offences, regulatory and economic offences, national security offences, and all criminal offences in the territories. It also provides high-quality legal advice to investigative agencies. In 2024-25, the organization will continue to:

More information about Prosecution Services can be found in the full departmental plan.

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