After roughly six years as director of research and advertising in the Prime Minister’s Office, Dan Arnold has exited, prompting Alex Kohut’s promotion to senior manager.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau pictured on his way to a press conference in the Sir John A. Macdonald Building in Ottawa on Jan. 5. His lead pollster of the last six years, Dan Arnold, recently left the PMO. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
The end of 2021 also brought the end of Dan Arnold’s six-year run as director of research and advertising in Prime Minister Justin Trudeau‘s office
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