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Glenn A. Mason

Assistant Deputy Minister and Sous-ministre Adjoint

Canadian Forest Service

HQ Phone:  (705) 759-5700

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Canadian Forest Service

1219 Queen St. E

Sault Ste Marie, Ontario,P6A 2E5

Canada

Company Description

The Canadian Forest Service (CFS) is part of Natural Resources Canada, a federal government department. Natural Resources Canada helps integrate and shape the major contributions that the country's natural resource sectors make to the economy, society and th...more

Background Information

Employment History

Assistant Deputy Minister

Natural Resources Canada


Advisory Capacity On the External Advisory Councils for the Faculties of Forestry

UBC


Member, Faculties of Forestry

University of Toronto


Co-Chair

MegaFlorestais Linkedin Group


Pastor Part Time

Apex United Methodist Church


Director of Strategic Operations for the Social Development Policy Secretariat In the Office

Privy Council


Director, Strategy

HRSDC


Affiliations

Canada Inc.

Executive Advisor, Advanced Policy Analyst Program (Formerly AETP)


FPInnovations

Board Member


Forest History Society Inc

Board Member


Association of Consulting Foresters

Executive Committee


APA

Executive Advisor


Ministry of Finance

GEMP Fellow


Education

Northern Alberta Institute of Technology


B.A.

Political Science

University of Western Ontario


Diploma

economic history

London School of Economics


M.A.

Development Economics

Institute of Social Studies , The Hague


Web References(47 Total References)


MegaFlorestais Co-Chairs – MegaFlorestais.org

megaflorestais.org [cached]

Glenn Mason
Glenn Mason is the Assistant Deputy Minister of the Canadian Forest Service (CFS), Natural Resources Canada (NRCan). n his current role, Glenn leads a science-based policy organization with some 600 employees, including internationally recognized experts, in six locations across Canada. He is responsible for advancing world-class science and strategic policy, supporting forest sector innovation and the commercialization of emerging technologies, and developing and protecting markets for Canadian forest products. Glenn joined NRCan in 2011, as Director General, Policy, Economics and Industry Branch, CFS. Prior to that, he was Director of Strategic Operations for the Social Development Policy Secretariat in the Privy Council Office (PCO), where he was responsible for supporting the Social Policy Committee of Cabinet, and the health, aboriginal and justice/public safety portfolios, which earned him the Clerk's Award for Policy Excellence. Before joining PCO, Glenn was the Director of Strategy at Human Resources Development Canada. Previously, he worked at PCO Intergovernmental Affairs, covering western Canada and NWT. In the 1990s, Glenn worked at Transport Canada on governance and commercialisation reforms within the domestic marine sector. Glenn later worked for three years at the Ministry of Finance in Georgetown, Guyana, implementing budgeting reforms to enhance their national financial management system. Glenn serves on the Boards of FPInnovations, one of the world's largest private, non-profit research centres working in forest research, the Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre, and the Forest History Society. He also serves in an advisory capacity on the external Advisory Councils for the Faculties of Forestry at the University of Toronto and the University of British Columbia. lenn holds a M.A. in Development Economics from the Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, a B.A. (Hons) in Political Science from the University of Western Ontario, and a Diploma in economic history from the London School of Economics, and is a graduate of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology. Glenn has been serving as Co-Chair of MegaFlorestais since 2015.


Biorefineries: Helping Transform Canada's Forest IndustryThe Working Forest

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"The ultimate goal is to contribute to the revitalization of the pulp and paper industry by enabling the mills to access new bioproduct markets while remaining competitive on the traditional pulp and paper market," says Glenn Mason, Assistant Deputy Minister, Canadian Forest Service.


Next Generation of Forest Agency Leaders 2015 – MegaFlorestais.org

megaflorestais.org [cached]

The gathering convened 19 forest leaders from 9 countries (Brazil, Cameroon, Canada, China, DRC, Indonesia, Mexico, Peru and the United States), 4 respected scholars and practitioners from around the world, as well as 4 former and current MegaFlorestais leaders, including the Associate Deputy Minister of the Canadian Forest Service-Natural Resources Canada, Mr. Glenn Mason.
Why the Next Generation Seminar? - Sally Collins and Glenn Mason, Co-Chairs, MegaFlorestais Forest Products Trends - Glenn Mason, Assistant Deputy Minister, Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada


cbfa-efbc.ca

The COFO side-event, entitled The Canadian Boreal Forest Agreement: From Conflict to Collaboration, was moderated by Glenn Mason, Assistant Deputy Minister of the Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada.


www.biocleantech.ca

Glenn Mason
Assistant Deputy Minister, Canadian Forest Service, Natural Resources Canada Glenn Mason is the Assistant Deputy Minister of the Canadian Forest Service (CFS), Natural Resources Canada (NRCan). Glenn joined NRCan in 2011, as Director General, Policy, Economics and Industry Branch, CFS. Prior to that, he was Director of Strategic Operations for the Social Development Policy Secretariat in the Privy Council Office (PCO), where he was responsible for supporting the Social Policy Committee of Cabinet, and the health, aboriginal and justice/public safety portfolios, which earned him the Clerk's Award for Policy Excellence. Before joining PCO, Glenn was the Director of Strategy at Human Resources Development Canada. Previously, he worked at PCO Intergovernmental Affairs, covering western Canada and NWT. In the 1990s, Glenn worked at Transport Canada on governance and commercialisation reforms within the domestic marine sector. Glenn later worked for three years at the Ministry of Finance in Georgetown, Guyana, implementing budgeting reforms to enhance their national financial management system. Glenn is currently chair of the North American Forestry Commission of the Food and Agriculture Organisation (FAO) and co-chair of MegaFlorestais, an informal network of public forest agency leaders from the largest forested countries. Glenn serves on the Boards of FPInnovations, one of the world's largest private, non-profit research centres working in forest research, the Canadian Interagency Forest Fire Centre, and the Forest History Society. He also serves in an advisory capacity on the external Advisory Councils for the Faculties of Forestry at the University of Toronto and the University of British Columbia. Glenn holds a M.A. in Development Economics from the Institute of Social Studies, The Hague, a B.A. (Hons) in Political Science from the University of Western Ontario, and a Diploma in economic history from the London School of Economics, and is a graduate of the Northern Alberta Institute of Technology. Glenn lives in Gatineau, Québec with his wife and two children and is an avid photographer and hockey dad.


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