Plus, Health Minister Patty Hajdu has a new Ontario regional affairs adviser in her office, while Environment Minister Jonathan Wilkinson has hired an executive assistant for his chief of staff.
Treasury Board President Jean-Yves Duclos, pictured during a Nov. 27, 2020, press conference alongside Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller, left, and Health Minister Patty Hajdu. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Treasury Board President Jean-Yves Duclos saw quite the office shake-up earlier this spring, with three new directors named, including Jean-Sébastien Bock as head of policy.
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Treasury Board President Jean-Yves Duclos says he believes the government will emerge from the pandemic with a 'stronger and even more diversified' public service that will be better able to reach out to Canadians.
The COVID-19 pandemic, while affecting everyone in Canada, might also have given many employees a better sense of the value of their service to Canadians. Whatever the reason, they are a happier bunch.
While PSPC anticipates construction work will be complete by 2030 or 2031, assistant deputy minister Rob Wright on June 17 noted it will be another year after that before the building is ready to be reoccupied.