2011-2012 Part III - Departmental Performance Reports (DPR) - Privy Council Office
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Summary of Correspondence Activities (Annex II)
|Correspondence Received 1|
|Write-in campaigns, junk mail, copies||1,440,482||607,450||518,803|
|Sub-total for paper mail||1,545,048||694,050||607,147|
|Write-in campaigns, junk mail, copies||765,860||715,233||1,124,622|
|Sub-total for email||912,394||889,243||1,294,902|
|President of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada and Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs 3||2,332||2,553||2,180|
|Leader of the Government in the House of Commons 3||711||769||846|
|Minister of State for Democratic Reform 3||506||645||1,419|
|Correspondence Sent 1|
|President of the Queen’s Privy Council for Canada and Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs 3||296||534||611|
|Leader of the Government in the House of Commons 3||121||77||84|
|Minister of State for Democratic Reform 3||100||84||364|
- There is a variance between the correspondence received and the correspondence sent because of the nature of the correspondence (e.g., petitions, thank you letters and other messages that do not require a response).
- Priority email is processed as paper mail and is included in the paper mail total for priority mail.
- Includes paper mail and email.
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