Diversity in political backrooms still lacking

The Liberal government’s commitment to diversity and inclusion, so well executed at the public level for both women and visible minorities, is lacking in the backrooms, particularly for visible minorities.

Some of the recent hires that Liberal government has made include Ali Salam, Annabelle St-Pierre Archambault, Maxime Dea, Dan Brien, Kirsten Mercer (who's recently left her position), Vincent Garneau, Mathieu Filion and Rebecca Caldwell. Photographs courtesy LinkedIn

By ANDREW GRIFFITH

PUBLISHED : Wednesday, March 2, 2016 3:27 PM

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