The federal government is committing $3.4-million in each of the next three years to public service renewal as it follows through on its Destination 2020 plan.
Richard Fadden becomes PM's national security adviser, among other moves in bureaucratic shuffle
With a background on both sides of the often thorny relationship between bureaucrats and political staff, new Privy Council Clerk Janice Charette 'is particularly suited to manage that tension,' an eminent public administration expert says, as she takes on a federal public service reeling from cuts, low morale, a battered public perception and a lack of trust with elected officials.
NDP claims PMO is behind personal attacks against Canada’s Chief Electoral Officer Marc Mayrand to ‘prop up angry Conservative base.’
Treasury Board President Clement and PS labour unions acknowledge the negotiations are going to be ‘difficult.’
Pollster Nik Nanos says the closure of nine vets’ service offices could be problematic for the Conservatives because it impacts veterans and seniors who tend to vote regularly in elections.
But Michael Blais says Bill C-11 is ‘more like a headline without substance’ and unlikely to yield favourable results.
Former PBO Kevin Page says it’s time Parliamentarians allowed AG Michael Ferguson to conduct regular audits of their expenses.