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Health Minister Hajdu’s team includes four holdovers from her predecessor

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Health Minister Patty Hajdu, pictured on Feb. 25, 2020, addressing reporters outside the House Chamber in the West Block after Question Period on Feb. 25. Also pictured: the CBC's Chris Rands, left, and Ms. Hajdu's press secretary, Cole Davidson, centre. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
By Laura Ryckewaert      

With the outbreak of COVID-19, Canada’s federal Health Minister Patty Hajdu has had quite the trial by fire since being sworn-in to the post last November, and her office includes just four holdovers from the former health minister’s team, including director of policy Kathryn Nowers.

Laura Ryckewaert

Laura Ryckewaert is a deputy editor at The Hill Times.
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