Prime Minister Justin Trudeau consulted with Queen Elizabeth today about the process for selecting the next governor general of Canada, months after Julie Payette’s resignation.
Payette resigned after a report found she had presided over a toxic work environment at Rideau Hall that dozens described as hostile or negative.
High Commissioner for Canada in the United Kingdom Ralph Goodale told reporters at the G7 summit in the U.K. that Trudeau spoke to the Queen during a virtual audience today about the “urgency” of appointing a new governor general.
“The prime minister wanted to have a conversation with Her Majesty to bring her up to date on exactly
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