It's going to take a lot more effort and heavy lifting to put the PM and PMO in place for a better and more accountable and transparent government.
The Prime Minister's Office in Ottawa. Those who long for changing the excessive centralization of power and control in the hands of the prime minister and the PMO are few in numbers and without forceful campaigns, writes Ken Rubin. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
OTTAWA—Those who long for changing the excessive centralization of power and control in the hands of the prime minister and the PMO are few in numbers and without forceful campaigns.
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