Foreign Affairs

Global Affairs hiring for ‘dedicated campaign’ team for UN Security Council bid

Two job openings for the campaign were posted publicly, but the department wouldn't say how many other positions were being advertised internally.

Canada's deputy permanent representative to the United Nations, Michael Grant, may be overseeing those working on the Security Council campaign. UN photograph by JC McIlwaine


PUBLISHED : Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2016 12:00 AM

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