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Clerk’s Remarks at APEX Recognition of Entry to the Executive Ranks Ceremony

| Privy Council Office | speeches

This is a moment of real accomplishment and it is important that we take time to celebrate. There are about 260,000 men and women who work in the Public Service of Canada right now. You add that up over the years, it is many Canadians and they do a great job but it is a very small percentage of those that get to executive positions. These are positions of leadership, of impact and of influence. It is a tremendous personal and professional accomplishment and I would encourage you to savour it and to share it with your family, friends and neighbours. I hope you will enjoy this evening and the fact that you have joined the leadership of the Public Service of Canada.


Remarks by the Clerk at the 2017 Executive Leadership Development Program 

| Privy Council Office | speeches

The first thing I would like to do is reinforce this important message: “do not be a passenger”. Take charge of this experience, and “lean into it”, as the Prime Minister often says. Take charge of your own learning and development, and use this forum for networking. I know that the people that have gone through Executive Leadership Programs in the past have formed strong professional and personal bonds, and it is an opportunity to get to know some remarkable public servants and Canadians. Take full advantage of this opportunity.


Remarks at the Defence Leadership Symposium

| Privy Council Office | speeches

I have done a number of events this year, and one of the common themes has been Canada 150. It is this moment in the calendar, which gives us an opportunity to look back on where we have come from, to take a look at where we are, and think about where we want to go as a country. I had the great honour of accompanying the Prime Minister and others to Vimy for the centennial of that event, which was so formative in Canada’s history and identity. It is occasions such as these which encourage us to reflect and to think about where we are.


Remarks at the Start-Up Canada Day Event

| Privy Council Office | speeches

So the obvious question is, what does a 60-year-old have to say to a bunch of young entrepreneurs – what does somebody from the public service have to say to a bunch of start-up entrepreneurs? It’s a good question.


Message to all public servants about the PSES

| Privy Council Office | statements

There are only five days left to complete the 2017 Public Service Employee Survey (PSES). If you have not yet done so, please take some time to fill out the 2017 PSES before it is too late.


Federal and provincial ministers to meet on wildfire response

| Privy Council Office | media advisories

Federal and British Columbia ministers will meet at the Office of the Premier of British Columbia to discuss joint efforts to respond, recover and rebuild from the devastating wildfires still affecting the province.


Vancouver Queer Film Festival

| Privy Council Office | speeches

On Thursday August 17, 2017, Randy Boissonnault, Member of Parliament for Edmonton Centre and Special Advisor to the Prime Minister on LGBTQ2 issues, delivered remarks at the Vancouver Queer Film Festival.


LGBTTIQA2S Lives: Our Struggles, Our Victories, Our Challenges

| Privy Council Office | speeches

On Thursday August 15, 2017, Randy Boissonnault, Member of Parliament for Edmonton Centre and Special Advisor to the Prime Minister on LGBTQ2 issues, delivered remarks at National Conference on LGBTTIQA2S Human Rights.


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