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Communications Canada welcomes new Deputy Minister

 

Marc Rochon has been appointed to the post of Deputy Minister of Communications Canada. Rochon becomes the Department's eighth Deputy since 1969.

 

Coming from the Department of the Secretary of State, where he served as Under­Secretary since 1991, Rochon brings almost 25 years of experience as a public servant to his new duties at Communications Canada.

 

Rochon also served as Assistant Secretary to Cabinet at the Office of the Privy Council, where he was in charge of Senior Personnel Management, and has made stops during his career at Supply and Services Canada and the Public Service Commission.

 

Born in Sturgeon Falls, Ontario, Rochon, along with his wife Andrée, and daughter, Christiane, live in Gatineau

 

 

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