Northern Public Affairs

Meet our correspondents: Kirk Cameron

[dropcap_1]K[/dropcap_1]irk Cameron is a born and raised Yukoner, and has lived for most of his life in northern Canada. Over 20 years (1983-2003), Kirk held positions in various provincial, territorial and federal government departments, focussing on policy, planning and legislative development. His public service career culminated in his appointment as Yukon Government’s Deputy Minister of the Executive Council Office and Cabinet Secretary. In this role he oversaw Devolution of land and resources administration to Yukon from the Government of Canada, the rewrite of the Yukon’s Constitution (the Yukon Act), and the settlement of a number of outstanding land claims. Since 2003 Kirk has been a principal or lead consultant in consulting firms, Gartner Lee Limited, AECOM and now northSense management consulting (a company he established in 2009), providing governance services to private sector clients, First Nations and public governments. Kirk is co-author of two books and has published a number of articles on government and constitutional development. In December 2011 Kirk was elected to Whitehorse City Council.

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