Titles

The following titles are used in Canada.

Titles

The following titles are used in Canada.

Right Honourable
The governor general of Canada is called "Right Honourable" for life and the governor general and spouse are addressed as "His Excellency" and "Her Excellency" during term of office. The lieutenant-governor of a province is styled "Honourable" for life and the lieutenant-governor and spouse are addressed as "His Honour" and "Her Honour" while in office. The prime minister of Canada and the chief justice of Canada are called "Right Honourable" for life.

Honourable
Privy councillors of Canada and senators of Canada are addressed as "Honourable" for life. The speaker of the House of Commons and the commissioner of a territory are to be styled "Honourable" while holding office.

Puisne judges of the Supreme Court of Canada and judges of the Federal Court and of the Tax Court of Canada, as well as the judges of the following courts in the provinces and territories are styled "Honourable" while in office:

Alberta:
The Court of Appeal and the Court of Queen's Bench of Alberta

BC:
The Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of British Columbia

Manitoba:
The Court of Appeal and the Court of Queen's Bench for Manitoba

New Brunswick:
The Court of Appeal and the Court of Queen's Bench of New Brunswick

Newfoundland:
The Supreme Court of Newfoundland

Northwest Territories:
The Supreme Court of Northwest Territories

Nova Scotia:
The Court of Appeal and the Supreme Court of Nova Scotia

Ontario:
The Court of Appeal and the Ontario Court of Justice (General Division)

PEI:
The Supreme Court of Prince Edward Island

Québec:
The Court of Appeal and the Superior Court of Québec

Saskatchewan:
The Court of Appeal and the Court of Queen's Bench for Saskatchewan

Yukon:
The Supreme Court of Yukon

In addition, presidents and speakers of legislative assemblies of the provinces and territories, members of the executive councils of the provinces and territories, and Judges of provincial and territorial courts (appointed by the provincial and territorial governments) are also to be styled "Honourable" while in office.