Miller to Continue as Manitoba’s Highest-Ranking Civil Servant

Miller to Continue as Manitoba’s Highest-Ranking Civil Servant

Brian Pallister
Manitoba PC leader Brian Pallister speaks at his party’s election victory party in Winnipeg, Tuesday, April 19, 2016. Pallister’s Progressive Conservatives routed Premier Greg Selinger and the NDP to put an end to 16 years of orange power. (THE CANADIAN PRESS/John Woods)

Premier-designate Brian Pallister will keep Donna Miller as Manitoba’s clerk of the executive council.

Miller, the province’s highest-ranking civil servant, assumed her role on October 1, 2015. Prior to that, she served as deputy minister of justice and deputy attorney general of Manitoba.

“I look forward to working with Ms. Miller as we move from the transition period into the operation of a new government,” Pallister said.

“Her steady hand and wealth of experience are integral to ensuring the values of Manitobans are reflected in the actions of government.”

Pallister will make an announcement on his deputy minister in the coming weeks.


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