How can Michael Wernick’s “job” be in the Legislative Power of Canada AND the Executive Power at the same time? Constitutionally – he cannot.
Isn’t the Executive (Queen, GovGen & Privy Council) supposed to give penultimate/ ultimate approval to what the Legislative Power proposes? Well yes, that’s the idea of a hierarchy.
If THAT’s true, then how indeed can every Clerk since Arnold Heeney (March 25th 1940) have beeen in both those places at the same time … and nobody noticed that the Legislative chaps had “seconded/usurped” their supervisors’ Power?