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Transport Minister Marc Garneau, pictured talking to reporters in the West Block on Oct. 2, 2018, is described by former staff as a voracious reader who is well informed about his files. "He’s a very direct manager. You never leave a room saying, 'I don’t know what he wanted,'' says Dan Dugas, who is the former director of communications at Transport Canada. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade

It’s Garneau’s second tour atop Transport Canada

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