Sophie GrÃ©goire Trudeau has been given an honorary title by Parks Canada and appeared at a 2018 post-budget announcement with Labour Minister Patty Hajdu, among other activities.
Marc Lemieux has taken over from assistant deputy minister Danielle May-Cuconato, who was in charge of the project management office behind the Phoenix fix.
Union leaders say members are â€˜frustratedâ€™ as they await a negotiation mandate thatâ€™s supposedly on the prime ministerâ€™s desk.
'Parties have to work harder to stick with them. Theyâ€™re not afraid to look at other parties if theyâ€™re not satisfied with the options youâ€™re offering,' says ex-NDP national director Karl BÃ©langer.
Nunavut artist Bart Hanna was selected to create a sculpture for Centre Block and Anna Desmarais joinsÂ iPoliticsÂ to cover immigration, Indigenous Affairs, the environment, and foreign affairs.
But the clerk's job is to put into place a structure and ensure people he trusts are working on it, argues ex-PCO official Zussman, and there's some indication that's happening.
PSAC wants the government to consult it on any big future technological changes affecting its members, while PIPSC wants better timelines for contract signing.
The regulatory process for Bill C-81, which could take up to four years, will make sure thereâ€™s adequate consultation, says Persons with Disabilities Minister Kirsty Duncan.