Christyne Tremblay

Christyne Tremblay

Deputy Minister, Natural Resources Canada

Christyne Tremblay became Deputy Minister of Natural Resources Canada on August 1, 2016.

Prior to joining NRCan, Ms. Tremblay served as Deputy Minister in several departments in the Government of Quebec, including Sustainable Development, Environment and the Fight Against Climate Change; Energy and Natural Resources; Higher Education, Research, and Science and Technology; Economic Development, Innovation and Export. She also held executive positions in Quebec’s departments of Finance; Industry and Commerce; and International Relations.

Ms. Tremblay holds a Bachelor of Economics (University of Ottawa), a Bachelor of Political Science (University of Ottawa) and a Graduate Diploma, International Administration, from the École nationale d’administration publique.



Sessions with this Speaker

Canada’s Energy Transformation: How are We Going to Get There?

  • Energy Transformation
The global energy transformation is underway. But here in Canada, polarized and fragmented debates across province-lines are preventing progress on our Paris commitments and prohibiting a unified Canadian voice on the international stage. Join us for an honest and challenging dialogue with the leaders who must make it happen, as we aim to find common ground and spur action.

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Martha Hall Findlay Chief Sustainability Officer, Suncor Energy
Andy Chisholm Member of the Expert Panel on Sustainable Finance, Board Director, Royal Bank of Canada
Leah Lawrence President and Chief Executive Officer, Sustainable Development Technology Canada
Christyne Tremblay Deputy Minister, Natural Resources Canada
Chad Park Chief Innovation Officer, The Natural Step