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Mark Cameron

Mark Cameron is Senior Advisor for External Relations with the Oil Sands Pathways to Net Zero. Prior to joining MEG and the Pathways Alliance, Mark was Deputy Minister of the Policy Coordination Office in the Government of Alberta.  Mark has three decades of experience in public service, business and consulting. Mark’s public service experience includes several roles with the Government of Canada, including working for Ministers of National Revenue and Intergovernmental Relations, as an analyst in the Privy Council Office, and as Director of Policy and Research and Senior Policy Advisor in the Prime Minister’s Office under Prime Minister Stephen Harper.  He has also served in executive roles with Ontario Power Generation, BlackBerry, and Hill + Knowlton Strategies, and as the past Executive Director of Canadians for Clean Prosperity.

Mark has served on board or advisory roles with the Canadian-American Business Council, Canada-India Business Council, the Munk Debates, Cardus, Canada 2020, and Smart Prosperity, and as a fellow with the Energy Futures Lab and the Public Policy Forum.  Mark attended McGill University and the University of British Columbia and holds a Bachelor of Arts (Honours) and a Master of Arts in Political Science from UBC.