Dear CBC Exposed,
According to a report from the Globe and Mail:
One Alex Johnston (a daughter of GG Johnston) was hired by the CBC as a vice-president of policy. She had spent the last several years as head of a lobby group lobbying for higher percentages of women on corporate boards. But before that she served as a senior policy advisor in Dalton McGuinty’s premier’s office, where she worked closely with Gerald Butts (then chief of staff under McGuinty). Note that Mr. Butts is chief of staff in PM Justin Trudeau’s office.
In a Maclean’s article:
Ms. Johnston makes the following comment (scroll half-way down the article) about McGuinty and Butts:
“They found in each other a shared sense of values,” says Alex Johnston, McGuinty’s executive director for policy. “It wasn’t just public policy, but the way they envisioned the future. They were very sympatico. Not similar, sympatico. It was a beautiful thing to watch.”
Anyways, the CBC has a former McGuinty/Butts apparatchik in a senior policy position.
Hope you can use this.
"A New Follower"