Join Christyne Tremblay, Deputy Minister, Natural Resources Canada, for a wide-ranging, off-the-record conversation.
Christyne Tremblay, Deputy Minister, Natural Resources Canada
Christyne Tremblay became Deputy Minister of Natural Resources Canada on August 1, 2016. Prior to joining NRCan, Ms. Tremblay served as Deputy Minister in several departments in the Government of Quebec, including Sustainable Development, Environment and the Fight Against Climate Change; Energy and Natural Resources; Higher Education, Research, and Science and Technology; Economic Development, Innovation and Export.
In addition, she sat as an administrator of state on many board of directors, including Hydro-Québec, Investissement Québec, the Centre de recherche industrielle du Québec and Services Québec. Ms. Tremblay holds a Bachelor of Economics (University of Ottawa), a Bachelor of Political Science (University of Ottawa) and a Graduate Diploma, International Administration, from the École nationale d’administration publique.