Crown Attorney Office (Canada) Wikipedia
The Crown Attorney Office is in charge of prosecuting most criminal cases in Canada. For the most part the official and office are under the jurisdiction of provincial Attorneys General (Minister of Justice in Quebec). in charge of criminal cases at provincial level. They are spread out across the province by municipal districts (county, regional municipality, etc...). Larger centres like Toronto have several Crown Attorney Offices. The office report back to the provincial Attorney General or Minister of Justice.
In Quebec, British Columbia and Nova Scotia the Director of Public Prosecutions or Direction générale des poursuites publiques is responsible for criminal cases. For all other provinces the office is referred to as the Crown Attorney Office.
For federal criminal cases, the Public Prosecution Service of Canada is the responsible entity.
List of offices across Canada:Alberta - Chief Crown Prosecutor - Crown Prosecutor's Office
British Columbia - Director of Public Prosecution - Office of Public Prosecution
Manitoba - Chief Crown Attorney - Manitoba Prosecution Service
New Brunswick - Chief Crown Prosecutor - Crown Prosecutors Office
Newfoundland and Labrador - Chief Crown Prosecutor - Public Prosecution Office
Nova Scotia - Chief Crown Attorney - Office of Public Prosecution
Ontario - Chief Crown Attorney - Crown Attorneys' Office
Prince Edward Island - Chief Crown Attorney - Crown Attorneys' Office
Quebec - Director of Criminal and Penal Prosecutions - Office of Director of Criminal and Penal Prosecutions
Saskatchewan - Chief Crown Prosecution - Public Prosecution Office
Yukon - Chief Crown Prosecution - Crown Prosecution Office
Northwest Territories - Chief of Public Prosecution - Office of Public Prosecution
Nunavut - Director of Public Prosecution - Public Prosecution Service of Canada