Minister Joly hires operations director as she staffs up new office
By Laura RyckewaertSep. 5, 2018
Plus, the natural resources, environment, and infrastructure ministers are all seeing staff changes.
Tourism, Official Languages, and La Francophonie Minister Mélanie Joly, pictured centre during a July 18 cabinet swearing-in ceremony, has a number of new staff in her office, including a new operations director, Maximilien Roy. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Tourism, Official Languages, and La Francophonie Minister Mélanie Joly has finalized a few more staffing decisions in her new ministerial office, including hiring Maximilien Roy as her director of operations.
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