Staff changes for Finance Minister Morneau, new directors promoted
By Laura RyckewaertMay. 7, 2018
Catherine Loiacono, who’d been director of parliamentary affairs to the Finance Minister, is now filling the same role in Science Minister Kirsty Duncan’s office.
Walk this way: Finance Minister Bill Morneau, pictured recently on his way out of the House of Commons Chamber. The minister has made a number of senior staff changes of late, including promoting a new director of parliamentary affairs and a director of operations. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
A few more senior staffing changes have taken place in Finance Minister Bill Morneau’s office recently, including the departure of his director of parliamentary affairs, Catherine Loiacono, on April 23.
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