Justice Minister Lametti makes policy staff changes
By Laura RyckewaertMay. 27, 2019
Plus, Hill Climbers takes a look at some staff migration from the Lower to the Upper Chamber on Parliament Hill.
Justice Minister David Lametti recently bid farewell to his senior adviser for legal and regulatory affairs, Farzin Yousefian, but also welcomed on board two new aides. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Three policy staffers are on the move in and out of Justice Minister David Lametti’s office, including senior adviser Farzin Yousefian, who recently returned to his old post as litigation counsel with the Ontario ministry of the attorney general.
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