Meanwhile, Seniors Minister Deb Schulte has a new special assistant for West and North regional affairs.
Infrastructure Minister Catherine McKenna, right, pictured on June 1, 2020, arriving at the West Block alongside her press secretary, Chantalle Aubertin, for a media availability on the government's COVID-19 response. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Infrastructure and Communities Minister Catherine McKenna has a new digital communications adviser in her office, with Murielle Pierre officially taking on the job as of June 22.
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A former national security adviser to the prime minister says 'if this country wants the national security agencies to worry about a pandemic, then they need to raise it on the list of priorities set by cabinet.'
'We know this generation will be paying the debt that's incurred in the pandemic for a long time, so Canada needs to look at things we’ve been calling for for a long time now,' says Lisa Wolff of UNICEF.
The U.S. 'is not a safe country for refugees,’ says a woman who Canada turned away because she entered the U.S. first. Her case helped convince a Federal Court judge the SCTA should end, a ruling the feds are appealing.