As such, on the recommendation of his or her Canadian prime minister, the
Canadian monarch appoints the governor general by commission issued under
As the representative of the Sovereign in Canada, the Governor General
exercises virtually all of the Crown's powers. The Governor General is appointed
by the ...
The role of the Governor-General in Canada. ... Further, the Governor General
accepts Letters of Credence from newly-appointed ambassadors / high ...
Much of the role of the Governor General of Canada is ceremonial, but some of ...
exercising the special personal authority of the Governor General to appoint or ...
Jul 20, 2015 ... The Governor-General is appointed by The Queen on the advice of the ....
Command-in-Chief of the Canadian naval and military forces in The ...
Jul 8, 2010 ... The role of Canada's Governor General ... The Governor General is appointed by
the Queen on the advice of the prime minister. The term is ...
Oct 7, 2015 ... As such, the governor general acts as the Crown's representative, ... the first
person of Asian heritage to be appointed to the vice-regal position.
Jan 1, 2006 ... When the monarch is not present in Canada, the Governor General is tasked ... In
New France, early governors were initially appointed by and ...
The office of Governor General of Canada dates back to colonial times, when
Britain would appoint men known as governors to run its colonies single-
The Governor General is nominated by the Prime Minister of Canada and
formally appointed by the Queen. Of course, the Prime Minister only nominates