Jonathan Robinson has joined Treasury Board President Joyce Murray’s office as a special assistant.
A few staffing moves have recently taken place in Treasury Board President Joyce Murray's office. Ms. Murray, pictured earlier this month in the West Block's Commons foyer, took over the post on March 18. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
There are a few staffing moves to report in Treasury Board President Joyce Murray’s office, with two recent departures followed by one new hire, Jonathan Robinson.
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