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Michael Kaczorowski

Michael Kaczorowski was a federal public servant and a senior policy adviser who retired in 2018. He lives in Ottawa.  

Hybrid work in the federal public service is here to stay, there’s no going back to 2019

Opinion | BY MICHAEL KACZOROWSKI | January 2, 2023
Treasury Board President Mona Fortier, pictured last month on the Hill, has mandated federal public servants to return to work by the end of March two to three days a week. Former public servant Michael Kaczorowski writes that hybrid work is here to stay. 'There is no going back to 2019.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MICHAEL KACZOROWSKI | January 2, 2023
Opinion | BY MICHAEL KACZOROWSKI | January 2, 2023
Treasury Board President Mona Fortier, pictured last month on the Hill, has mandated federal public servants to return to work by the end of March two to three days a week. Former public servant Michael Kaczorowski writes that hybrid work is here to stay. 'There is no going back to 2019.' The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MICHAEL KACZOROWSKI | August 31, 2022
More than 600,000 Conservative Party members are eligible to vote for the candidates, including Pierre Poilievre, left, Leslyn Lewis, Jean Charest, Roman Baber, and Scott Aitchison who are reaching out to as many of their supporters to encourage them to vote in the leadership election. The final result will be announced on Sept. 10. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and handouts
Opinion | BY MICHAEL KACZOROWSKI | August 31, 2022
Opinion | BY MICHAEL KACZOROWSKI | August 31, 2022
More than 600,000 Conservative Party members are eligible to vote for the candidates, including Pierre Poilievre, left, Leslyn Lewis, Jean Charest, Roman Baber, and Scott Aitchison who are reaching out to as many of their supporters to encourage them to vote in the leadership election. The final result will be announced on Sept. 10. The Hill Times photographs by Andrew Meade and handouts
Opinion | BY MICHAEL KACZOROWSKI | May 24, 2021
Prime minister Justin Trudeau swears in a new cabinet at Rideau Hall in Ottawa on Nov. 20, 2019. The Payette controversy has raised questions about the utility of the Office of the Governor General, but the GG is a critical part of the Canadian parliamentary system of responsible government, writes Michael Kaczorowski. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
Opinion | BY MICHAEL KACZOROWSKI | May 24, 2021
Opinion | BY MICHAEL KACZOROWSKI | May 24, 2021
Prime minister Justin Trudeau swears in a new cabinet at Rideau Hall in Ottawa on Nov. 20, 2019. The Payette controversy has raised questions about the utility of the Office of the Governor General, but the GG is a critical part of the Canadian parliamentary system of responsible government, writes Michael Kaczorowski. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade