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Charette, Janice Maria free

Born Ottawa 11 July 1962; d of Leo Villeneuve and Wilhelmina Villeneuve Emmerson; m 1984, Reginald Charette; one s one d

High Commissioner of Canada to the United Kingdom, since 2016


Carleton Univ. (BComm)


Officer, Dept of Finance, Canada, 1984–88; Policy Analyst, Office of Privatization and Regulatory Affairs, 1989–91; Sen. Deptl Asst, Office of Minister of Finance, 1989–91; Sen. Policy Advr, Federal-Provincial Relns Office, 1991–92; Sen. Deptl Asst, Office of Minister of Finance, then Exec. Asst to COS, Office of Prime Minister, 1992–93; Coordinator, Base Closures Task Force, then Dir of Ops, Program Review Secretariat, later Exec. Dir, Strategic Projects Unit, Privy Council Office, 1994–96; Principal, Public Sector/Strategy Practice, Ernst & Young, 1996–97; COS, Leader of Progressive Conservative Party of Canada, 1997–98; Dir, Transition Team, Canada Pension Plan Investment Bd, 1998–99; Sen. Asst Dep. Minister, Policy Sector, Justice, 1999–2000; Privy Council Office: Asst Sec. to Cabinet (Priorities and Planning), 2000–02; Associate Dep. Minister of Health and Dep. Sec. to Cabinet, Plans and Consultations, 2003–04; Deputy Minister: of Citizenship and Immigration Canada, 2004–06; of Human Resources and Skills Develt, 2006–10; of Intergovtl Affairs, 2010–12; Dep. Clerk of Privy Council and Associate Sec. to Cabinet, 2010–13; Clerk of the Privy Council and Sec. to Cabinet, 2014–16


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