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This just in: Olivier Duchesneau joins Liberal HQ as deputy national campaign director

By Laura Ryckewaert      

Marjorie Michel has in turn replaced Olivier Duchesneau as chief of staff to Families, Children, and Social Development Minister Jean-Yves Duclos.

Families, Children, and Social Development Minister Jean-Yves Duclos has a new chief of staff in his office after Olivier Duchesneau's recent exit for party headquarters where he's now at work as deputy national campaign director. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade

Olivier Duchesneau recently exited his post as chief of staff in Families, Children, and Social Development Minister Jean-Yves Duclos’ office to become deputy national campaign director for the Liberal Party.

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Public Service Employee Survey results show increase in job satisfaction, awareness of mental health supports amid COVID-19 pandemic

News|By Mike Lapointe
Treasury Board President Jean-Yves Duclos says he believes the government will emerge from the pandemic with a 'stronger and even more diversified' public service that will be better able to reach out to Canadians.

Skylights and a Charter display: diving into plans for the Centre Block project

News|By Laura Ryckewaert 7:00 PM ET
Among the newly unveiled plans is a permanent display of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms to be located in the underground Parliament Welcome Centre complex.

With O’Toole behind in polls, U.K. consultants unlikely to be helpful for Conservatives, say some politicos

News|By Abbas Rana
But others say the U.K. consultants have won high-profile campaigns in the recent past and will provide useful insights and a fresh perspective to the Conservative campaign in Canada.

Canada’s Public Service Employee Survey 2020 says: employees happier and former top agencies still on top

Opinion
The COVID-19 pandemic, while affecting everyone in Canada, might also have given many employees a better sense of the value of their service to Canadians. Whatever the reason, they are a happier bunch.

Pandemic reveals Canada’s access-to-information system in ‘a critical state,’ and need for ‘urgent’ resources, says top watchdog

Canada’s information commissioner dealt with a third fewer complaints due to COVID-19, even as some departments stopped fulfilling their legal obligations under the access act.

‘Parliament is a high court, it is the grand inquest of the nation’: PHAC president ordered to appear before Commons

News
The rare order followed two others this year, dating back to March 31, when the House Special Committee on Canada-China Relations made the first such request.

Centre Block reno, welcome centre construction pegged at upwards of $5-billion by PSPC, to finish by 2030-31

While PSPC anticipates construction work will be complete by 2030 or 2031, assistant deputy minister Rob Wright on June 17 noted it will be another year after that before the building is ready to be reoccupied.

As Liberals trumpet merits of NSICOP, opposition MPs want ‘supremacy of Parliament’ respected

News|By Neil Moss
The government failed to abide by an order of the House to turnover unredacted documents related to the firing of two scientists at a Winnipeg lab leading to a Conservative question of privilege.

NDP’s Qaqqaq says nearly two years as MP an ‘isolating’ experience, did not ‘belong’

In her June 15 farewell speech, Mumilaaq Qaqqaq castigated the House of Commons, calling the institution one that was ’created off the backs, trauma, and displacement of Indigenous people.’
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