|Minister||Portfolio||Chief of Staff||D. Comms||Press Secretary||Main Office #|
|Trudeau, Justin||Prime Minister||Katie Telford||Cameron Ahmad||Ann-Clara Vaillancourt, Alex Wellstead||613-957-5555|
|Anand, Anita||Public Services and Procurement||Leslie Church||–||Cecely Roy||819-997-5421|
|Bains, Navdeep||Innovation, Science, and Industry||Ryan Dunn||Michael Power (acting)||–||343-291-2500|
|Bennett, Carolyn||Crown-Indigenous Relations||Sarah Welch||Gillian Hanson||Emily Williams||819-997-0002|
|Bibeau, Marie-Claude||Agriculture and Agri-Food||Alison Porter||Oliver Anderson||Jean-Sébastien Comeau||613-773-1059 |
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