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Cabinet’s directors of communications and chiefs of staff list, 2019

By Laura Ryckewaert      
Chief of Staff
D. Comms
Press Secretary
Main Office Telephone
Trudeau, Justin
Prime Minister, Youth
Katie Telford
Kate Purchase
Eleanore Catenaro, Chantal Gagnon, Matt Pascuzzo
Bains, Navdeep
Innovation, Science, and Economic Development
Gianluca Cairo
Jean-Luc Ferland
Danielle Keenan
Bennett, Carolyn
Crown-Indigenous Relations
Sarah Welch
Matthew Dillon (acting)
Jane Deeks***
Bibeau, Marie-Claude
Agriculture and Agri-Food
Alison Porter
Katie Hawkins
Justine Lesage
Blair, Bill
Border Security and Crime Reduction
Stevie O’Brien
Ryan Cotter
Marie-Emmanuelle Cadieux**
Carr, Jim
International Trade Diversification
Julian Ovens
Michael Jones
Isabella Brisson-Urdaneta
Champagne, Francois-Philippe
Infrastructure and Communities
Joseph Pickerill
Pierre-Yves Bourque
Ann-Clara Vaillancourt
Chagger, Bardish
House Leader
Rheal Lewis
Mark Kennedy
Duclos, Jean-Yves
Families, Children, and Social Development
Olivier Duchesneau
Émilie Gauduchon
Valérie Glazer
Duncan, Kirsty
Science and Sports
Anne Dawson
Craig MacBride
Daniele Medlej
Freeland, Chrystia
Foreign Affairs
Jeremy Broadhurst
Alexander Lawrence
Adam Austen
Garneau, Marc
Marc Roy
Emilie Simard
Delphine Denis
Goodale, Ralph
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness
Marci Surkes
Carlene Variyan
Scott Bardsley
Gould, Karina
Democratic Institutions
Rob Jamieson
Amy Butcher
Margaret Jaques
Hajdu, Patty
Employment, Workforce Development and Labour
Sabina Saini
Sarah McMaster
Véronique Simard
Hussen, Ahmed
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship
Zubair Patel
Hursh Jaswal
Mathieu Genest
Joly, Mélanie
Tourism, Official Languages, La Francophonie
Daniel Lauzon
Ricky Landry (acting)
Jérémy Ghio
Jordan, Bernadette
Rural Economic Development
Cory Pike
Brian Kaufmann
Emilie Simard
Lametti, David
Rachel Doran
David Taylor
Célia Canon*
LeBlanc, Dominic
Intergovernmental, Northern Affairs, Internal Trade
Ryan Dunn
Kevin Lavigne (acting)
Vincent Hughes
Lebouthillier, Diane
National Revenue
Bernard Boutin
Christina Lazarova
Émilie Gagnon
MacAulay, Lawrence
Veterans Affairs, Associate Defence
Guy Gallant
John Embury
Alex Wellstead
McKenna, Catherine
Environment and Climate Change
Marlo Raynolds
Caroline Thériault (acting)
Sabrina Kim
Monsef, Maryam
Women and Gender Equality
Leslie Church
Justine Villeneuve
Braeson Holland
International Development
Geoffroi Montpetit
Morneau, Bill
Ben Chin
Jeni Armstrong
Pierre-Olivier Herbert
Ng, Mary
Small Business and Export Promotion
Jason Easton
Mallory Clyne
Allen Alexandre, Corinne Havard
O’Regan, Seamus
Indigenous Services
Cyndi Jenkins
Kevin Deagle (acting)
Petitpas Taylor, Ginette
Monique Lugli
Mathieu Filion
Thierry Bélair
Murray, Joyce
Treasury Board & Digital Government
Adam Carroll
Bruce Cheadle
Farees Nathoo
Qualtrough, Carla
Public Services & Procurement, Accessibility
Matt Stickney
Ashley Michnowski (acting)
Rodriguez, Pablo
Canadian Heritage
Maxime Dea
Louis Bélanger
Simon Ross
Sajjan, Harjit
National Defence
Zita Astravas
Renée Filiatrault
Todd Lane
Sohi, Amarjeet
Natural Resources
Zoë Caron
Alexandre Deslongchamps
Vanessa Adams
Tassi, Filomena
Jude Welch
Lars Wessman (acting)
Wilkinson, Jonathan
Fisheries & Oceans
Alexis McIntyre
Marie-Pascale Des Rosiers
Jocelyn Lubczuk
* Communications adviser
** Senior communications adviser
*** Special assistant for communications
Prime Minister’s Press Office: 613-957-5555
Kate Purchase, executive director of communications and planning
Cameron Ahmad, director of communications

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