Effective October 9, 2018, Chantal Maheu became Deputy Minister of Labour and Associate Deputy Minister of Employment and Social Development.
Prior to her appointment as Deputy Minister of Labour, Ms. Maheu served as Deputy Secretary to the Cabinet, Plans and Consultations at the Privy Council Office from 2016 to 2018. In this role, she supported Cabinet and provided analyses and advice to the Clerk of the Privy Council Office and the Prime Minister on fiscal issues, communications and consultations and the overall management of the Government’s agenda. Before taking on this position, she served as the Assistant Secretary to the Cabinet, Priorities and Planning at the Privy Council Office, beginning in June 2014.
Ms. Maheu has also held executive roles in other federal departments including Finance Canada, Natural Resources Canada, the Privy Council Office and Health Canada.
She has a Masters of Arts in Economics from Queen’s University and a Bachelor of Business Administration from the École des hautes études commerciales in Montréal.
Deputy Minister of Labour
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