Civil Circles

FeatureBY MIKE LAPOINTE | November 7, 2022
The Prime Minister's Office and the Privy Council Office are likely prepping policy for a possible 'Trump round two' and what to do about China, says former PCO clerk Michael Wernick. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY MIKE LAPOINTE | November 7, 2022
FeatureBY MIKE LAPOINTE | November 7, 2022
The Prime Minister's Office and the Privy Council Office are likely prepping policy for a possible 'Trump round two' and what to do about China, says former PCO clerk Michael Wernick. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | August 29, 2022
Treasury Board President Mona Fortier, pictured during a press conference on Jan. 25, 2021. According to the federal government's guidance on hybrid work released in May, the federal public service is 'committed to creating fair, flexible, healthy and safe workplaces where a hybrid workforce can deliver results for Canadians.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | August 29, 2022
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | August 29, 2022
Treasury Board President Mona Fortier, pictured during a press conference on Jan. 25, 2021. According to the federal government's guidance on hybrid work released in May, the federal public service is 'committed to creating fair, flexible, healthy and safe workplaces where a hybrid workforce can deliver results for Canadians.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Janice Charette, left, is the current Clerk of the Privy Council. After last week’s senior public servant shuffle, her new deputy deputy minister for immigration, refugees, and citizenship is Christiane Fox, while Gina Wilson is now the top bureaucrat at Indigenous Services. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, file photographs
Janice Charette, left, is the current Clerk of the Privy Council. After last week’s senior public servant shuffle, her new deputy deputy minister for immigration, refugees, and citizenship is Christiane Fox, while Gina Wilson is now the top bureaucrat at Indigenous Services. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade, file photographs
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | March 3, 2022
Ketty Nivyabandi, secretary general of Amnesty International Canada's English-speaking branch, left, and Nicholas Marcus Thompson, one of the representative class members in the class-action lawsuit against the federal government, are pictured. Thompson says those involved in the case against the federal government 'are very grateful for the support of Amnesty International in pursuing real justice for current and former public service workers, when Amnesty is in so many different countries championing human rights.' Dave Chan photograph courtesy of Ketty Nivyabandi, photograph courtesy of Twitter
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | March 3, 2022
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | March 3, 2022
Ketty Nivyabandi, secretary general of Amnesty International Canada's English-speaking branch, left, and Nicholas Marcus Thompson, one of the representative class members in the class-action lawsuit against the federal government, are pictured. Thompson says those involved in the case against the federal government 'are very grateful for the support of Amnesty International in pursuing real justice for current and former public service workers, when Amnesty is in so many different countries championing human rights.' Dave Chan photograph courtesy of Ketty Nivyabandi, photograph courtesy of Twitter
Opinion | BY ANDREW CADDELL | January 12, 2022
Mona Fortier, president of the Treasury Board, which serves as the employer of federal bureaucrats, is pictured in Ottawa on Oct. 27, 2021, with her director of labour relations Jade Mallette. A reworking of the public service is long overdue, as is a Royal Commission, but Andrew Caddell writes that he doesn’t hold out much hope the Trudeau PMO will undertake it. But perhaps they are close enough to the public service to shake things up. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ANDREW CADDELL | January 12, 2022
Opinion | BY ANDREW CADDELL | January 12, 2022
Mona Fortier, president of the Treasury Board, which serves as the employer of federal bureaucrats, is pictured in Ottawa on Oct. 27, 2021, with her director of labour relations Jade Mallette. A reworking of the public service is long overdue, as is a Royal Commission, but Andrew Caddell writes that he doesn’t hold out much hope the Trudeau PMO will undertake it. But perhaps they are close enough to the public service to shake things up. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY DEBI DAVIAU | October 13, 2021
Two years ago, who could have imagined that the tens of thousands of public servants who normally work at locations such as Place du Portage would now be working from their living rooms, bedrooms, and dining room tables? Anticipating changes to labour markets and equipping workers with the new skills needed to adapt to dynamically shifting workplaces is one of the most pressing challenges of our time, writes Debi Daviau. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY DEBI DAVIAU | October 13, 2021
Opinion | BY DEBI DAVIAU | October 13, 2021
Two years ago, who could have imagined that the tens of thousands of public servants who normally work at locations such as Place du Portage would now be working from their living rooms, bedrooms, and dining room tables? Anticipating changes to labour markets and equipping workers with the new skills needed to adapt to dynamically shifting workplaces is one of the most pressing challenges of our time, writes Debi Daviau. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | October 7, 2021
Greg Phillips, national president of the Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE), left, and Stéphane Aubry, national vice-president of the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada (PIPSC). Photographs courtesy of CAPE, LinkedIn
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | October 7, 2021
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | October 7, 2021
Greg Phillips, national president of the Canadian Association of Professional Employees (CAPE), left, and Stéphane Aubry, national vice-president of the Professional Institute of the Public Service of Canada (PIPSC). Photographs courtesy of CAPE, LinkedIn
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | September 30, 2021
Nicholas Marcus Thompson, left, one of the representative proposed class members in a class-action lawsuit against the federal government, Kofi Achampong, principal lawyer and government relations adviser with Achampong Law, and Courtney Betty, the lawyer leading the class action. Photographs courtesy of Twitter, LinkedIn, and Courtney Betty
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | September 30, 2021
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | September 30, 2021
Nicholas Marcus Thompson, left, one of the representative proposed class members in a class-action lawsuit against the federal government, Kofi Achampong, principal lawyer and government relations adviser with Achampong Law, and Courtney Betty, the lawyer leading the class action. Photographs courtesy of Twitter, LinkedIn, and Courtney Betty
News | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | September 29, 2021
The Centre Block building on Parliament Hill, pictured from Gatineau, Que., in August 2020. A proposed class-action lawsuit against the federal government by a pair First Nations public servants is seeking $25-million in punitive damages for all former employees of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada and all current and former employees of Crown-Indigenous Relations Canada, Indigenous Services Canada, or Indian Oil and Gas Canada who experienced harassment or discrimination on the basis of race, culture, ethnicity, or gender. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | September 29, 2021
News | BY LAURA RYCKEWAERT | September 29, 2021
The Centre Block building on Parliament Hill, pictured from Gatineau, Que., in August 2020. A proposed class-action lawsuit against the federal government by a pair First Nations public servants is seeking $25-million in punitive damages for all former employees of Indigenous and Northern Affairs Canada and all current and former employees of Crown-Indigenous Relations Canada, Indigenous Services Canada, or Indian Oil and Gas Canada who experienced harassment or discrimination on the basis of race, culture, ethnicity, or gender. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY MIKE LAPOINTE | August 16, 2021
Nathalie Drouin, who has been the deputy minister of justice since June 2017, is now the deputy clerk of the Privy Council Office and associate secretary to the cabinet. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY MIKE LAPOINTE | August 16, 2021
FeatureBY MIKE LAPOINTE | August 16, 2021
Nathalie Drouin, who has been the deputy minister of justice since June 2017, is now the deputy clerk of the Privy Council Office and associate secretary to the cabinet. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY GIANLUCA CAIRO | May 12, 2021
Building a truly tech-driven workplace would give employees the best of all worlds—job security, good salaries, deep value, and flexibility—greatly strengthening the public sector’s appeal and ability to compete for top talent, writes Gianluca Cairo. Photograph courtesy of Pexels
Opinion | BY GIANLUCA CAIRO | May 12, 2021
Opinion | BY GIANLUCA CAIRO | May 12, 2021
Building a truly tech-driven workplace would give employees the best of all worlds—job security, good salaries, deep value, and flexibility—greatly strengthening the public sector’s appeal and ability to compete for top talent, writes Gianluca Cairo. Photograph courtesy of Pexels
Opinion | BY AHSAN HABIB | February 22, 2021
Transport Minister Omar Alghabra, pictured Jan. 21, 2019, on the Hill. Municipalities across Canada will need help from the federal government to restore the usage of and confidence in mass transit services, writes Ahsan Habib. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
Opinion | BY AHSAN HABIB | February 22, 2021
Opinion | BY AHSAN HABIB | February 22, 2021
Transport Minister Omar Alghabra, pictured Jan. 21, 2019, on the Hill. Municipalities across Canada will need help from the federal government to restore the usage of and confidence in mass transit services, writes Ahsan Habib. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | January 27, 2021
Public Service Alliance of Canada’s regional executive vice-president for the National Capital Region Alex Silas, left, and Communications Security Establishment chief Shelly Bruce, right. Mr. Silas said the 'bargaining team has decided that the employer has put us in a position where our only next step is to hold strike votes and put questions to the members on potential job action.' Photograph courtesy of the Public Service Alliance of Canada, The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | January 27, 2021
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | January 27, 2021
Public Service Alliance of Canada’s regional executive vice-president for the National Capital Region Alex Silas, left, and Communications Security Establishment chief Shelly Bruce, right. Mr. Silas said the 'bargaining team has decided that the employer has put us in a position where our only next step is to hold strike votes and put questions to the members on potential job action.' Photograph courtesy of the Public Service Alliance of Canada, The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ANDREW CADDELL | January 20, 2021
The Lester B. Pearson Building, home to Global Affairs Canada, pictured in 2018. The lower ranks have felt the impact of management consultants, too: for many of the young officers I knew at Global Affairs, life was one hellish experience of one-year contracts without benefits, holidays, or pensions, writes Andrew Caddell. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ANDREW CADDELL | January 20, 2021
Opinion | BY ANDREW CADDELL | January 20, 2021
The Lester B. Pearson Building, home to Global Affairs Canada, pictured in 2018. The lower ranks have felt the impact of management consultants, too: for many of the young officers I knew at Global Affairs, life was one hellish experience of one-year contracts without benefits, holidays, or pensions, writes Andrew Caddell. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ANDREW CADDELL | December 2, 2020
Andrew Caddell writes that when he first came to Ottawa in 1972, it was a relative backwater, compared to Montreal, that he has watched evolve and grow over the years. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY ANDREW CADDELL | December 2, 2020
Opinion | BY ANDREW CADDELL | December 2, 2020
Andrew Caddell writes that when he first came to Ottawa in 1972, it was a relative backwater, compared to Montreal, that he has watched evolve and grow over the years. The Hill Times photograph by Sam Garcia
Opinion | BY ROSE LEMAY | November 30, 2020
Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller, pictured at a Hill press conference on Oct. 30, 2020. A recent story about a regional executive in Indigenous Services Canada who was accused of not having the basic commitment to reconciliation to do the job well showcases why the generalist manager theory fails us in knowledge-dependant departments, writes Rose LeMay. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ROSE LEMAY | November 30, 2020
Opinion | BY ROSE LEMAY | November 30, 2020
Indigenous Services Minister Marc Miller, pictured at a Hill press conference on Oct. 30, 2020. A recent story about a regional executive in Indigenous Services Canada who was accused of not having the basic commitment to reconciliation to do the job well showcases why the generalist manager theory fails us in knowledge-dependant departments, writes Rose LeMay. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ANDREW GRIFFITH | November 2, 2020
Black employees report being a victim of discrimination the most, generally and with respect to race and colour. But all groups report significantly higher discrimination than all employees, according to data analyzed by Andrew Griffith. Pexels photograph by Andrea Piacquadio
Opinion | BY ANDREW GRIFFITH | November 2, 2020
Opinion | BY ANDREW GRIFFITH | November 2, 2020
Black employees report being a victim of discrimination the most, generally and with respect to race and colour. But all groups report significantly higher discrimination than all employees, according to data analyzed by Andrew Griffith. Pexels photograph by Andrea Piacquadio
Opinion | BY BRUCE CARSON | October 7, 2020
Health Minister Patty Hajdu is pictured speaking to reporters outside of the West Block on Sept. 30. It is time the government acted to attract other rapid test manufacturers to Canada and increase the focus on gaining results from Health Canada, writes Bruce Carson. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY BRUCE CARSON | October 7, 2020
Opinion | BY BRUCE CARSON | October 7, 2020
Health Minister Patty Hajdu is pictured speaking to reporters outside of the West Block on Sept. 30. It is time the government acted to attract other rapid test manufacturers to Canada and increase the focus on gaining results from Health Canada, writes Bruce Carson. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | August 10, 2020
A cyclist, pictured Aug. 6, 2020, biking past the Place de Ville building complex, which consists of four office towers in Ottawa’s downtown core, located on Albert Street between Kent and Lyon streets. With more than 4,800 full-time employees and just under 100,000 square metres of office space, the complex is most notably home to Transport Canada and the Canada Revenue Agency. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | August 10, 2020
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | August 10, 2020
A cyclist, pictured Aug. 6, 2020, biking past the Place de Ville building complex, which consists of four office towers in Ottawa’s downtown core, located on Albert Street between Kent and Lyon streets. With more than 4,800 full-time employees and just under 100,000 square metres of office space, the complex is most notably home to Transport Canada and the Canada Revenue Agency. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ANDREW CADDELL | July 15, 2020
Andrew Caddell writes that if you multiply his experience by the 200,000 people affected by Phoenix, it is tens of millions of hours of misery. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY ANDREW CADDELL | July 15, 2020
Opinion | BY ANDREW CADDELL | July 15, 2020
Andrew Caddell writes that if you multiply his experience by the 200,000 people affected by Phoenix, it is tens of millions of hours of misery. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | June 17, 2020
PIPSC president Debi Daviau, left, and PSAC national president Chris Aylward, right. Mr. Aylwatd says one major issue around workers returning to the workplace is how to ensure 'physical distancing can be respected.' The Hill Times photographs by Sam Garcia, Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | June 17, 2020
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | June 17, 2020
PIPSC president Debi Daviau, left, and PSAC national president Chris Aylward, right. Mr. Aylwatd says one major issue around workers returning to the workplace is how to ensure 'physical distancing can be respected.' The Hill Times photographs by Sam Garcia, Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | May 6, 2020
PSAC national president Chris Aylward, left, and Treasury Board President Jean-Yves Duclos, right. Mr. Aylward says there are thousands of public servants 'stepping up to the plate to get the job done, and some are doing completely new jobs wherever there has been a need to support the government’s relief efforts.' The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | May 6, 2020
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | May 6, 2020
PSAC national president Chris Aylward, left, and Treasury Board President Jean-Yves Duclos, right. Mr. Aylward says there are thousands of public servants 'stepping up to the plate to get the job done, and some are doing completely new jobs wherever there has been a need to support the government’s relief efforts.' The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY TESSIE SANCI | April 13, 2020
Health Minister Patty Hajdu provides an update on the government’s COVID-19 response in the West Block on April 2. Behind the scenes, a task force of bureaucrats is working at a ‘hectic’ pace to provide the policy backbone. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY TESSIE SANCI | April 13, 2020
News | BY TESSIE SANCI | April 13, 2020
Health Minister Patty Hajdu provides an update on the government’s COVID-19 response in the West Block on April 2. Behind the scenes, a task force of bureaucrats is working at a ‘hectic’ pace to provide the policy backbone. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | April 8, 2020
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair, pictured at a West Block press conference about the government's response to COVID-19 on March 18, has asked both the commissioner of the Correctional Service of Canada and the chair of the Parole Board of Canada to determine if there are measures that could be taken to facilitate early release for certain offenders. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | April 8, 2020
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | April 8, 2020
Public Safety Minister Bill Blair, pictured at a West Block press conference about the government's response to COVID-19 on March 18, has asked both the commissioner of the Correctional Service of Canada and the chair of the Parole Board of Canada to determine if there are measures that could be taken to facilitate early release for certain offenders. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | March 25, 2020
Nancy Chahwan, Chief Human Resources Officer with the Treasury Board Secretariat, issued a message to all deputy ministers and heads of human resources on March 21 defining a 'critical service' as one that 'if disrupted, would result in a high or very high degree of injury to the health, safety, security or economic well-being of Canadians, or to the effective functioning of the Government of Canada.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | March 25, 2020
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | March 25, 2020
Nancy Chahwan, Chief Human Resources Officer with the Treasury Board Secretariat, issued a message to all deputy ministers and heads of human resources on March 21 defining a 'critical service' as one that 'if disrupted, would result in a high or very high degree of injury to the health, safety, security or economic well-being of Canadians, or to the effective functioning of the Government of Canada.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | March 20, 2020
Social Development Minister Ahmed Hussen, left, and Employment Minister Carla Qualtrough. Two Conservative MPs have written a letter to the two ministers raising concerns around Service Canada front-line worker and public safety as more and more Canadians affected by ongoing economic shocks seek employment insurance claims. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | March 20, 2020
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | March 20, 2020
Social Development Minister Ahmed Hussen, left, and Employment Minister Carla Qualtrough. Two Conservative MPs have written a letter to the two ministers raising concerns around Service Canada front-line worker and public safety as more and more Canadians affected by ongoing economic shocks seek employment insurance claims. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | March 18, 2020
President of the Treasury Board Jean-Yves Duclos is pictured at the National Press Theatre for a press conference on the government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic on March 16. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | March 18, 2020
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | March 18, 2020
President of the Treasury Board Jean-Yves Duclos is pictured at the National Press Theatre for a press conference on the government's response to the COVID-19 pandemic on March 16. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY MIKE LAPOINTE | March 4, 2020
Public Service Alliance of Canada members hold a demonstration outside Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's office in Ottawa on Feb. 28, to mark the fourth anniversary of the problem-plagued Phoenix pay system. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
FeatureBY MIKE LAPOINTE | March 4, 2020
FeatureBY MIKE LAPOINTE | March 4, 2020
Public Service Alliance of Canada members hold a demonstration outside Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's office in Ottawa on Feb. 28, to mark the fourth anniversary of the problem-plagued Phoenix pay system. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY PETER BLEYER | March 4, 2020
Federal public servants attend the 2018 Public Service Award of Excellence ceremony in September 2018. Thanks to the efforts of public service workers, today there are more and more pockets of innovation across the federal public service, writes Peter Bleyer. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY PETER BLEYER | March 4, 2020
Opinion | BY PETER BLEYER | March 4, 2020
Federal public servants attend the 2018 Public Service Award of Excellence ceremony in September 2018. Thanks to the efforts of public service workers, today there are more and more pockets of innovation across the federal public service, writes Peter Bleyer. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | February 12, 2020
Conservative MP Pierre Paul-Hus, left, and NDP MP Jack Harris, right. Mr. Paul-Hus, his party's public safety critic, says the committee tasked with investigating the parole board's decision 'will have all of the space to ask all of the questions we need to have some answers.' Mr. Harris, his party's public safety critic, says there is a whole set of circumstances surrounding this case that 'are very troubling indeed that led to the death of this young woman.' The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | February 12, 2020
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | February 12, 2020
Conservative MP Pierre Paul-Hus, left, and NDP MP Jack Harris, right. Mr. Paul-Hus, his party's public safety critic, says the committee tasked with investigating the parole board's decision 'will have all of the space to ask all of the questions we need to have some answers.' Mr. Harris, his party's public safety critic, says there is a whole set of circumstances surrounding this case that 'are very troubling indeed that led to the death of this young woman.' The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | February 5, 2020
PSAC national president Chris Aylward says 'it’s become clear to us that it’s going to take job action for the Trudeau government to stop dragging its feet at the bargaining table.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | February 5, 2020
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | February 5, 2020
PSAC national president Chris Aylward says 'it’s become clear to us that it’s going to take job action for the Trudeau government to stop dragging its feet at the bargaining table.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | January 22, 2020
Federal public servants participate in a Dec. 4, 2019, demonstration in Ottawa. According to the results of the 2019 Federal Public Service Employee Survey, more bureaucrats reported Phoenix pay issues in the preceding year than those who responded to the 2018 survey. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | January 22, 2020
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | January 22, 2020
Federal public servants participate in a Dec. 4, 2019, demonstration in Ottawa. According to the results of the 2019 Federal Public Service Employee Survey, more bureaucrats reported Phoenix pay issues in the preceding year than those who responded to the 2018 survey. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | January 15, 2020
Liberal MP Omar Alghabra was appointed parliamentary secretary to the prime minister for public service renewal on Dec. 12 by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | January 15, 2020
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | January 15, 2020
Liberal MP Omar Alghabra was appointed parliamentary secretary to the prime minister for public service renewal on Dec. 12 by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau. The Hill Times photograph by Cynthia Münster
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | December 11, 2019
Public Service Alliance of Canada members picket outside the Carleton Hotel at the 'Trudeau Make It Right' PIC bargaining rally on Dec. 4, 2019. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | December 11, 2019
News | BY MIKE LAPOINTE | December 11, 2019
Public Service Alliance of Canada members picket outside the Carleton Hotel at the 'Trudeau Make It Right' PIC bargaining rally on Dec. 4, 2019. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY LISA M. OLSON | November 20, 2019
While there has been tremendous progress in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis over the past two decades, more than two-thirds of treated patients still do not achieve clinical remission or low disease activity treatment targets, writes Lisa M. Olson. Photograph courtesy of Adobe Stock/AbbVie Canada
Opinion | BY LISA M. OLSON | November 20, 2019
Opinion | BY LISA M. OLSON | November 20, 2019
While there has been tremendous progress in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis over the past two decades, more than two-thirds of treated patients still do not achieve clinical remission or low disease activity treatment targets, writes Lisa M. Olson. Photograph courtesy of Adobe Stock/AbbVie Canada
Opinion | BY EVAN SOTIROPOULOS | November 4, 2019
The aspiring policy practitioner will be better off for reading The Public Servant's Guide to Government in Canada, by Alex Marland and Jared J. Wesley, which will hopefully serve as a catalyst to dive deeper into some of the subjects and themes addressed by the authors, writes Evan Sotiropoulos. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY EVAN SOTIROPOULOS | November 4, 2019
Opinion | BY EVAN SOTIROPOULOS | November 4, 2019
The aspiring policy practitioner will be better off for reading The Public Servant's Guide to Government in Canada, by Alex Marland and Jared J. Wesley, which will hopefully serve as a catalyst to dive deeper into some of the subjects and themes addressed by the authors, writes Evan Sotiropoulos. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY TOBY FYFE | October 28, 2019
The Prime Minister Office and the Privy Council Office, pictured in Ottawa. The public service faces the challenge of operating in a post-industrial economy with institutions, structures and processes still rooted in the industrial age. But the PCO could take the lead and change the culture. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY TOBY FYFE | October 28, 2019
Opinion | BY TOBY FYFE | October 28, 2019
The Prime Minister Office and the Privy Council Office, pictured in Ottawa. The public service faces the challenge of operating in a post-industrial economy with institutions, structures and processes still rooted in the industrial age. But the PCO could take the lead and change the culture. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade