Career civil servant in the Government of Canada
Fellow and former director of the Institute for Intergovernmental relations at Queen’s University.
André Juneau worked for the government of Canada for 35 years, including 9 years has a Deputy Minister. He worked in two central agencies and was responsible for policies at the Ministry of Immigration and at the Ministry of Health. He was the first Deputy Minister for Infrastructure Canada and afterwards, he went on to become a permanent representative for Canada and Morocco at an International financial institution council. After leaving the public service, he directed the Institute for Intergovernmental relations of Queen’s University, for which he is still a Fellow. For 2014-2015, he will be directing the governing board of the Institute of Public Administration of Canada. He is also a counselor for Action Canada, an organisation dedicated to leadership development.
Field of expertise
Intergovernmental relations; Infrastructures; Health; Governance
« The Federal Gas Tax Transfer to Canadian Municipalities : an in Inside Perspective », Public Sector, Summer 2012
State of the Federation 2012 : Regions, Resources and Resiliency, ouvrage collectif dirigé par Loleen Berdahl, André Juneau et Carolyn Hughes Tuohy, Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, McGill-Queen’s University Press, to be released (end of 2014)
State of the Federation 2013 : Multilevel Aboriginal Governance, Martin Papillon et André Juneau (dir.), Institute of Intergovernmental Relations, McGill-Queen’s University Press, to be released (2015)