Suzanne Taylor has been hired as International Development Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau’s new director of policy.
International Development Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau recently made two major staffing hires in her office, including tapping Suzanne Taylor to serve as her director of policy after Hanna Button went on maternity leave. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
International Development and La Francophonie Minister Marie-Claude Bibeau has hired a couple of new political staffers in her ministerial office, including new director of policy, Suzanne Taylor.
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