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Oversight for ministers’ regional offices changes hands from PSPC to PCO

Plus, Michael McNair has rejoined the Prime Minister’s office on a temporary basis, serving as a special adviser on the economic response to COVID-19.
The government recently moved oversight of its 16 ministers' regional offices to the Privy Council Office, plus, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, pictured speaking to reporters about the government's response to COVID-19 outside Rideau Cottage on June 18, is once again getting advice from former PMO policy head Michael McNair. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
By Laura Ryckewaert      

Some internal restructuring has taken place within government, with oversight of the 16 ministers’ regional offices having been transferred from Public Services and Procurement Minister Anita Anand to the Privy Council Office at the end of June.

Laura Ryckewaert

Laura Ryckewaert is a deputy editor at The Hill Times.
- lryckewaert@hilltimes.com


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