Canon marked her last day as communications adviser and de facto press secretary to Justice Minister David Lametti on April 22.
Justice Minister David Lametti, pictured speaking to reporters on the Hill on April 9, recently said goodbye to communications adviser Célia Canon, who is joining Global Affairs Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Justice Minister David Lametti will soon have some new communications support in light of communications adviser Célia Canon’s recent exit from his office.
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