OMAFRA leadership changes

Greg Meredith

Greg Meredith,Ontario’s deputy minister of agriculture, food and rural affairs will be moving to labour, training and skills development after more than three years in the position. The transition becomes effective April 6, 2020.

 

The government is conducting a competitive recruitment process for his replacement.

 

The executive leadership is as follows. David Hagartyhas been appointed to assistant deputy minister (ADM) for policy. Kelly McAlsanis ADM for food safety and environment.  Randy Jackiwis ADM for economic development and Lee-Ann Walkeris ADM for research and corporate services.  

 

Source:  Staff

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