Staffers on the move: chief of staff change for Health Minister Petitpas Taylor
By Laura RyckewaertAug. 8, 2018
Ashley Wright is Transport Minister Marc Garneau’s new director of policy, among other changes.
Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor's chief of staff, Geneviève Hinse, recently exited the minister's office, and in turn, senior adviser Monique Lugli has stepped in as acting chief. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Outside the many shuffle-related cabinet staffing changes of late, plenty of other political aides are on the move, including in Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor’s office, which recently saw chief of staff Geneviève Hinse depart.
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