Previously, Chin was director of media relations and senior media advisor in the Office of Premier Dalton McGuinty. Chin has a long career in journalism, as a local and national reporter and anchor at Canada’s major networks including CBC, Newsworld, CTV and CityTV.

Murray Campbell is a journalist with reporting experience, who most recently served as the Queen’s Park columnist for the Globe and Mail. His earlier assignments saw him serve as a foreign correspondent, working in multiple international settings and covering multiple elections. Campbell was also the founding bureau chief for the Globe and Mail’s California bureau. He is a Southam Fellow (Massey College, University of Toronto1983-84) and also served as a lecturer at the University of Western Ontario Graduate School of Journalism for three years.

Brian Hay has a long and multifaceted career in communications and a special interest and expertise in First Nations and Metis relations. Before joining the OPA as its first Director of Corporate Communications, Hay ran his own communications consulting firm, which included providing counsel on Aboriginal relations. Hay has worked with First Nations in Alberta and Northern Ontario, with the Metis Nation of the North West Territories and with the Inuit of the Mackenzie Delta. He is a former director of many not-for-profit organizations and held senior level communications positions with several international corporations where he oversaw overall strategic planning and implemented many communications campaigns. Hay is also a retired commissioned officer of the Canadian Armed Forces (Canadian Army Reserve).

A key value for the OPA is openness and transparency. We are also building our capabilities to support First Nations and Metis communities who have an important role in developing Ontario’s electricity system, says OPA Chief Executive Officer Colin Andersen. These requirements create a need and opportunity to strengthen our communications capabilities; I’m therefore pleased to introduce these important additions to our staff.