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    The people to watch in Ottawa in 2021

    (clockwise from top left) Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland; privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien; government House leader Pablo Rodriguez; CRTC chair Ian Scott; Employment Minister Carla Qualtrough; and deputy finance minister Michael Sabia.
    (clockwise from top left) Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland; privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien; government House leader Pablo Rodriguez; CRTC chair Ian Scott; Employment Minister Carla Qualtrough; and deputy finance minister Michael Sabia. Government of Canada
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    OTTAWA — Helping Canada recover from the COVID-19 pandemic is the federal government’s main economic task this year, but the Liberals must also implement big promises they’ve made to support workers and cleantech firms, as well as pledges to regulate privacy, broadcasting and telecoms. Along with Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains—who’s entering his sixth year with the portfolio—here are the cabinet members, public servants and regulators who will shape key business and technology programs and policy this year. 

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