Jason Kee is leaving the Entertainment Software Association of Canada (ESAC) to join Google Inc.’s public policy team. Kee, ESAC’s former director of policy and legal affairs, said in an interview Friday that he will join Google’s Ottawa office as the company’s new public policy and government relations counsel in Canada. “I’ll be supporting all of Google’s public policy and any kind of government relations issues in Canada,” he said. Kee said he will work under Colin McKay, who replaced Jacob Glick as Google Canada’s head of public policy and government relations at the start of the summer. Kee added that Friday was his final day at ESAC and that he will start at Google on Nov. 11. ESAC will “start a process” to find a new director of policy and legal affairs, Kee said.