Veteran TV journalist Tom Clark will be appointed Canada’s consul general in New York, sources told CBC News.
Formerly chief political correspondent for Global News and bureau chief for CTV in China and Washington, he has worked in Canadian journalism for more than four decades.
Clark has held a number of responsibilities since retiring from journalism. He moderated the Conservative leadership debate in Edmonton last May. He also served as Chair of the CBC’s Independent Advisory Committee on Appointments and was involved in the process that hired CBC President and CEO Catherine Tait.
Clark currently serves as Chair of Public Affairs and Communications at Global Public Affairs, a communications and government relations firm.
Canada’s Consul General in New York provides Canadians abroad with diplomatic services, including passport, visa and immigration services. The Office of the Consul General can also notarize documents, provide immigration services for study abroad, and assist Canadians from abroad with voting.
The Consulate’s website states that the Consul General is responsible for providing services in New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, Connecticut, Delaware and Bermuda.
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