Foreign Affairs Minister Freeland promotes Vincent Garneau as her new chief of staff, Broadhurst exits for top job at Liberal HQ
By Laura RyckewaertMay. 13, 2019
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Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland pictured in March heading into the National Press Theatre at 150 Wellington St., with members of her political staff team, from left to right: executive assistant Sason Ross, communications director Alex Lawrence, and now-chief of staff Vincent Garneau. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland is starting off this week with a new chief of staff at the helm in her office, replacing Jeremy Broadhurst who has now officially exited to join Liberal headquarters as the party’s 2019 campaign director.
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