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Victor Choi

Policy advisor in the previous federal Conservative government.

Policy advisor in the previous federal Conservative government.
Taking Public Policy Online Gives Canadians A New Voice In

Taking Public Policy Online Gives Canadians A New Voice In Politics

Under the leadership of the Liberals, our federal government is investing in digital staff and infrastructure (Conservatives have done so as well, but not to this scale and depth). We are catching up to corporations in how they listen to and engage customers to manage issues, drive innovation and build loyalty.
07/15/2016 12:10 EDT
Multicultural Communities Are Transforming Canadian

Multicultural Communities Are Transforming Canadian Politics

We are transitioning to a new era. A new era in which multicultural communities are what Quebec used to represent to Canada as a whole in terms of influence. They are increasingly the bloc of voters that all political parties constantly think about to placate and please, with good reason.
06/08/2016 01:15 EDT
How Exactly Are The Liberals Going To Overhaul GiC

How Exactly Are The Liberals Going To Overhaul GiC Appointments?

The Liberals had promised a new, government-wide appointment process that is open and based on merit. They recently reaffirmed that promise and added that they will ensure gender parity and that indigenous peoples and minority groups are reflected in positions of leadership. Nobody yet knows what this new government-wide process will look like.
12/02/2015 01:38 EST
Why Trudeau Should Commit To Passing This Victims' Rights

Why Trudeau Should Commit To Passing This Victims' Rights Bill

Just as the Conservative government committed, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau should commit to passing the Victims Rights in the Military Justice System Act as soon as Parliament resumes. There is no reason not to do so. Equality before the law is good, common-sense policy, and supporting our troops is always the right thing to do morally and politically.
11/10/2015 05:01 EST