Deputy Minister of Health and Long-Term Care, Government of Ontario
Helen Angus was appointed Deputy Minister of Health and Long-Term Care in June 2018.
Most recently, Helen served as the Deputy Minister of Treasury Board Secretariat and the Secretary of Treasury Board and Management Board of Cabinet. Previously, she was Deputy Minister of International Trade and Deputy Responsible for Women’s Issues, and Deputy Minister of Citizenship, Immigration and International Trade. Helen has also served as an associate deputy minister at the Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) with responsibility for Policy and Transformation.
Prior to her return to the Ontario Public Service in 2012, Helen served as the Vice President responsible for the Ontario Renal Network at Cancer Care Ontario (CCO). She was also CCO’s Vice President of Planning and Strategic Implementation and Vice President of Research and Analysis at the Canadian Institute for Health Information.
Helen was educated at the University of Toronto and holds a Master of Science degree in planning.