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YEP Calgary presents Johanne Gelinas, Canada's Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development

<div class="flexinode-body flexinode-1"><div class="flexinode-textfield-2"><div class="form-item"> <label>Location: </label> Calgary </div> </div><div class="flexinode-textarea-1"><div class="form-item"> <label>Description: </label> <p><a href="">YEP Calgary</a> is pleased to announce a special speakers event, proudly sponsored by Deloitte &amp; Touche LLP: <br /></p><h4>Johanne Gélinas, Canada’s <a href="">Commissioner of the Environment and Sustainable Development</a></h4><p><a href="">Johanne Gélinas</a> leads a <a href="">specialized team</a> within the <a href="">Office of the Auditor General of Canada (OAG)</a> that audits environmental and sustainable development issues of concern to Canadians by examining the performance of the federal government in meeting its stated commitments in these areas. The Commissioner is independent of government and reports directly to Parliament. Johanne will speak about her career, her role as Commissioner and her experiences as a member of the Auditor General’s office. She will also share the results of the <a href="">recently published climate change audit </a>and her perspective of what Canada’s next steps should look like.</p> </div> </div></div>
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