Feds trying to make it easier to access services online, says assistant deputy minister of Service Canada

‘As a citizen, I want to interact with the government from my living room, any time of the day or night,’ says Louis Beauséjour, assistant deputy minister Service Canada.

Service with a smile: Human Resources Minister Diane Finley, centre, is the federal minister responsible for Service Canada. Photograph by Jake Wright, The Hill Times

By Jessica Bruno

PUBLISHED : Friday, Nov. 9, 2012 8:49 PM

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