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Cabinet’s directors of communications and chiefs of staff list, 2021

By Laura Ryckewaert      
Minister Portfolio Chief of Staff D. Comms Press Secretary Main Office #
Trudeau, Justin Prime Minister Katie Telford Cameron Ahmad, (deputy) Chantal Gagnon Ann-Clara Vaillancourt, Alex Wellstead 613-957-5555
Alghabra, Omar Transport Mike Maka Valérie Glazer Allison St-Jean 613-991-0700
Anand, Anita Public Services and Procurement Stevie O’Brien James Fitz-Morris Cecely Roy 819-997-5421
Bennett, Carolyn Crown-Indigenous Relations Sarah Welch Gillian Hanson Ani Dergalstanian 819-997-0002
Bibeau, Marie-Claude Agriculture and Agri-Food Alison Porter Oliver Anderson Jean-Sébastien Comeau 613-773-1059
Blair, Bill Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness Zita Astravas James Cudmore Mary-Liz Power 613-991-2924
Carr, Jim Special Representative for the Prairies Carlene Variyan Geraldine Anderson
Chagger, Bardish Diversity, Inclusion, and Youth Marilla McCargar (acting) Dilys Fernandes (acting) Emelyana Titarenko 819-934-1122
Champagne, François-Philippe Innovation, Science, and Industry Sarah Hussaini Louis Hamann John Power 343-291-2500
Duclos, Jean-Yves Treasury Board President Marjorie Michel Karl Sasseville Marie-France Proulx 613-369-3170
Fortier, Mona Middle Class Prosperity, Associate Minister of Finance Lucy Hargreaves Jocelyn Lubczuk Isabella Brisson 613-369-5696
Freeland, Chrystia Deputy Prime Minister, Finance Jeremy Broadhurst Alex Lawrence Katherine Cuplinskas 613-369-5696
Garneau, Marc Foreign Affairs Daniel Lauzon Ricky Landry Syrine Khoury 343-203-1851
Gould, Karina International Development Geoffroi Montpetit Louis Bélanger Guillaume Dumas 343-203-6238
Guilbeault, Steven Canadian Heritage Mathieu Bouchard Justine Lesage Camille Gagné-Raynauld 819-997-7788
Hajdu, Patty Health Sabina Saini Thierry Bélair Cole Davidson 613-957-0200
Hussen, Ahmed Families, Children, and Social Development Zubair Patel*

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Toronto ‘getting shortchanged’ on vaccine distribution, say some Toronto Grit MPs

News|By Abbas Rana
Liberal MP Adam Vaughan wants the Doug Ford government to publicly release the allocation criteria used for the COVID-19 vaccine rollout in different regions of Ontario.

Bill to raise debt ceiling to $1.8-trillion advances to Senate

The Liberal government is planning to push the federal debt close to the new ceiling by 2024.

Liberals tight-lipped on labour standoff near party’s Montreal heartland

The government must keep workers on the job, say business lobby groups. The longshoremen's union says the Liberals should publicly rule out the use of back-to-work legislation.

Feds dole out millions for harm-reduction projects amid opioid overdose uptick

News|By Mike Lapointe
Nearly 2,700 people in Canada died from an opioid-related overdose between April 2020 and September 2020, according to the Special Advisory Committee on the Epidemic of Opioid Overdoses.

‘There’s so much at stake with this’: Liberal MPs want landmark federal budget focused on economics, not politics

News|By Abbas Rana
The April 19 budget ‘will be the election budget any way that you cut it,’ says pollster Nik Nanos of Nanos Research

Feds likely to be drawn into talks on standardizing use of vaccine passports, despite reticence to wade in

News|By Beatrice Paez
Barring residents who haven’t been vaccinated from travelling to another province may be the unlikeliest of scenarios, but Prof. Krishnamurthy says he sees certificates being used to confer benefits to pass holders.

Don’t miss out on getting vaccine, urge MPs, Senators amid concerns over rare blood clots

News|By Palak Mangat
The political instinct is to ‘accept no risk’ when solving a problem, but that’s not how the ‘real world of medicine’ works, says former emergency-room doctor and Liberal MP Marcus Powlowski.

Trudeau says eight million more Pfizer shots to arrive starting May, as Moderna halves April deliveries

‘We need to hang in there and hunker down for a number of more weeks,’ the prime minister told Canadians.

Appeal court overturns suspension of Canada-U.S. asylum agreement

Last July, a landmark Federal Court ruling declared the 17-year-old refugee pact violated the Charter. Today, the appeal court disagreed, and so the treaty will remain in effect.
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