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Remarks by Michael Wernick, Clerk of the Privy Council, at the Heads of Communications Annual Retreat

| Privy Council Office | speeches

You (Government of Canada Heads of Communications) are in a very interesting and challenging world these days. You are very much involved in the engagement with Canadians. We used to think of, and talk about communications as how governments talk to Canadians or get their message across. However, this has increasingly become a two-way conversation, a very interactive, iterative conversation with Canadians, whether it is a broader public or a targeted micro initiative.


Media Technical Briefings on Cannabis

| Privy Council Office | media advisories

On Wednesday, October 10th, Government of Canada officials will host a media technical briefing related to the legalization of cannabis. The briefing will be for background information only and is not for attribution.


Media Technical Briefings on Cannabis

| Privy Council Office | media advisories

On Friday, October 5th, Government of Canada officials will host two media technical briefings related to the legalization of cannabis. The briefings will be for background information only and are not for attribution.


Equal Rights Coalition  Global Conference on LGBTI Human Rights and Inclusive Development

| Privy Council Office | speeches

We only have to look at what is happening around the world to have hope on the road ahead. In corporate offices, in schools, in courts, in legislatures – our work and our stories are changing the world for the better. When we imagine a more loving world for us, when we assert our dignity against all risks, we move mountains.


Remarks by Michael Wernick, Clerk of the Privy Council, at the Finance Canada Town Hall

| Privy Council Office | speeches

I want to thank you for where you have come from and what you have done. I want to challenge you to continue that legacy into the future, to always pursue excellence in your analysis, evidence in your advice, to challenge your own assumptions about the way the world works or what is going on out there. You have specialized expertise in some areas that nobody else in town has, and you have partners all around the public service that have deep expertise and networks and connections. Learning how to collaborate with other organizations and teams is the secret sauce of public service these days.


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