Canadian Government Executive Media (CGE) announced today that Patrice Dutil has been selected as editor CGE. Dutil is a professor and former chair in the Department of Politics and Public Administration at Ryerson University in Toronto. He brings with him experience from his work as a policy advisor, a non-profit executive and a television producer as well as the founder and first editor of The Literary Review of Canada.
“We are elated to have Patrice working with our team. It’s a big win for us to have such an accomplished veteran with the vast array of skills that Patrice brings to the table,” said John R. Jones, group publisher of Canadian Government Executive Media. “CGE has been serving the public sector community for over 20 years and is highly regarded by its readership. It takes strong editorial leadership, vision as well as a strong understanding of modern media tools and capabilities to successfully manage the reigns of this product and we feel that we’re in good hands with Patrice.”
Dutil will be replacing out-going editor of CGE Toby Fyfe, effective May 1st. The magazine just celebrated its 20th anniversary this January.
“Patrice is joining a long history of notable editors, guest editors, contributors who have graced CGE’s pages over the last 20 years. We are thankful for all the contributions and guidance that we have had over this time and credit it with the market leadership CGE enjoys today,” continued Jones. “Now the mantle has been passed to Patrice. He is not just an academic, he’s not just a former government executive, or entrepreneur or accomplished author and television producer. He is all of the above, which is a dynamic leadership recipe for CGE.”
CGE has witnessed significant changes within the last five years and now it’s poised to move to the next stage in its content leadership commitment. The magazine’s mission, however, remains the same; to contribute to leadership excellence through high quality content that serves both the seasoned veteran of the public service, as well as the young professionals that are transforming the industry.
About Patrice Dutil:
Before joining Ryerson University’s Public Administration Program in 2006, Dutil was the Acting Executive Director and Director of Research at the Institute of Public Administration of Canada. Dutil started his career in the Ministry of Intergovernmental Affairs and then worked at TVOntario. Dutil joined the Institute of Public Administration of Canada as Director of Research in 1999.
Dutil currently serves as the president of the Champlain Society, an organization that helps increase public awareness of Canada’s store of historical records. He was also the founder and editor of The Literary Review of Canada, which is now in its 24th year of publication. In addition, he is an accomplished author whose works include: The service state: Rhetoric, Reality and Promise (with Cosmo Howard, John Langford and Jeffrey Roy – 2010)
As a writer, Dutil has published op-eds in La Presse, The Winnipeg Free Press, The Globe and Mail, the National Post, The Toronto Star and publishes regularly in scholarly journals. He is also the editor of Searching for Leadership: Secretaries to Cabinet in Canada (2008) and The Guardian: Perspectives on the Ontario Ministry of Finance (2011). Since 2010 he has edited the IPAC Series in Public Administration and Governance at the University of Toronto Press.
Dutil also pursues interests in political history. His most recent publications are Macdonald at 200: New Reflections and Legacies (Dundurn, 2014) and Canada 1911: The Decisive Election that Shaped the Country (with David MacKenzie) (Dundurn, 2011).
He received a BA (Hons.) at York University, an MA from the Université de Montreal and Ph.D. from York University.
About Canadian Government Executive Media:
Canadian Government Executive media has been serving the public sector community for over twenty years. Its content leadership stems from a thorough understanding of the management issues facing today’s modern public sector executives.
Core communication offerings and services include:
Print & digital– Canadian Government Executive’s print and digital copies are published ten times per year, reaching an overall audience of 60,000 readers nationally.
Online – Get the latest CGE content on www.canadiangovernmentexecutive.ca Read original content from Canadian Government Executive’s print and digital issues as well as industry information. Services include email newsletters, digital archives, blogging commentary and more.
Events – Canadian Government Executive Summit is now in its third year and is considered to be a staple industry event for exchanging ideas and information among elite public sector executives. The CGE summit tackles the tough issues facing today’s current public sector executive. In addition, CGE produces the “CGE executive breakfast series, CGE, Lunch & Learn webinars” as well as custom events for associations and vendors.
Services – CGE offers a host of complimentary communication services including:
- Custom content and PR writing services
- Database management and lead generation services
- Social media consultation, strategy implementation, website design and hosting
- Event management services
- Media consultation
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