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What is a Crown corporation?

Crown corporations are wholly owned federal or provincial organizations that are structured like private or independent companies. They include enterprises such as the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), VIA RailCanada Post and the Bank of Canada; as well as various provincial electric utilities.

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