Where is environmental commitment in Wynne’s transition team?

by Dianne Saxe on February 5, 2013

Teenage girl enjoying winterKathleen Wynne’s Transition Team is led by Monique Smith, former MPP and Cabinet member. It includes a wide range of interests and experience, but no one outstanding for their environmental commitment or experience:

•    Tom Allison: Kathleen Wynne Campaign Manager

•    Arnold Chan: Vice President, Aboriginal Affairs and General Counsel, Xeneca Power Development Inc. and former political staff advisor

•    Bernadette Clement: Lawyer at the S.D.G Legal Clinic and former Cornwall City Councilor

•    David Crombie: Former Member of Parliament and Mayor of Toronto

•    Tony Dean: Former Secretary of the Cabinet and Clerk of the Executive Council

•    Don Drummond: Chair of the Commission on the Reform of Ontario’s Public Services (Drummond Report)

•    Jan Innes: Vice President of Public Affairs of Rogers Media and former Executive Assistant to Premier David Peterson

•    Frances Lankin: Co-Chair of the Social Assistance Review Commission, former Ontario MPP (NDP) and former Cabinet Minister

•    Dr. Ben Levin: Canada Research Chair in Education Leadership and Policy at the Ontario Institute for Studies in Education

•    Lyn McLeod: Former Leader of the Ontario Liberal Party and former Cabinet Minister

•    Glen Murray: Former Minister of Research and Innovation and was Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities until resigning to run as a candidate

•    Elaine Todres: Former Deputy Minister and was involved in previous provincial public service ‘transformation’

•    Angus Toulouse:  Regional Chief of Ontario and from the Sagamok Anishinawbek First Nation and an elected member of the AFN Executive Committee

•    Greg Sorbara:  Former Minister of Finance and former Ontario Liberal Party Campaign Co-Chair

•    Hari Suthan Subramaniam: Former Director of Policy and Legislative Affairs, Ministry of Economic Development and Trade

•    Maria Van Bommel: Former Member of Provincial Parliament, Lambton—Kent—Middlesex.

 

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