(Ottawa) Prime Minister Justin Trudeau loses a second national security advisor in two years.
Greta Bossenmaier will retire in early December after a 35-year career in the federal public service.
Mme Bossenmaier has been advising Mr. Trudeau on national security and intelligence since May 2018; she replaced Daniel Jean, who also retired.
Before going to the Prime Minister's Office, Mr.me For three years, Bossenmaier led the Communications Security Establishment – the Canadian government's electronic espionage service.
Mr. Trudeau praised "the dedication, integrity and excellence" of Mr.me Bossenmaier during his long career.
The Prime Minister has asked David Morrison, Foreign and Defense Policy Advisor, to temporarily assume the duties of Mme Bossenmaier while waiting to find him a permanent replacement.