The Prime Minister’s Office also has a new correspondence writer on board, among other recent political staffing moves.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured May 8, 2019, at the Canadian War Museum for the National Holocaust Remembrance Day Ceremony, has a new senior adviser in former finance chief of staff Ben Chin, and a new director of policy and correspondence writer.
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The Prime Minister’s Office has a new senior adviser on staff. Ben Chin moved over from his post as chief of staff to Finance Minister Bill Morneau on May 17.
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'Writing this book has brought me close to Canadians and the wonder of our national diversity. This prize is the icing on the amazing cake that has been my life': former Supreme Court chief justice Beverley McLachlin.
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The Standing Orders have to be amended to allow MPs to vote remotely, and according to Bloc deputy House leader Christine Normandin, there’s agreement among parties for those changes to be made temporary.