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PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2019 9:58 am    Post subject: Trudeau shuffles his cabinet once again Reply with quote

( not sure how many minor cabinet shuffles there has been but there was another one this morning , couple significant changes and a new justice minister was named )



Trudeau taps two rookies, moves three ministers in cabinet shakeup


Rachel Aiello, Ottawa News Bureau Online Producer

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Published Monday, January 14, 2019 4:16AM EST
Last Updated Monday, January 14, 2019 9:47AM EST

OTTAWA C Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is shuffling around three members of the federal cabinet today, and appointing two rookies to the front bench.

PM Trudeau and Governor General Julie Payette oversaw the latest changes to the ministerial roster at the swearing-in ceremony at Rideau Hall. Trudeau and the new roster of ministers will hold media availabilities Monday, to discuss the changes.


Trudeau has moved minister Jane Philpott into the newly-vacated role as president of the Treasury Board and minister of digital government. This spot needed filling after long-time MP Scott Brison announced last week that he was resigning from cabinet because he will not be seeing re-election in 2019. The main priority of this position is overseeing the federal public service and intergovernmental spending.


Philpott, an Ontario MP, has been seen as a strong performer in cabinet. Trudeau called her a "natural choice" for the new job given her experience as vice-chair of the Treasury Board cabinet committee.

Philpott moves out of her role as Indigenous services minister, a cabinet post created in 2017 as part of an effort to reset the nation-to-nation relationship with Indigenous people.

That job is now Newfoundland MP Seamus O'Regan's, who is being shuffled out of the Veterans Affairs portfolio, a job he's had since joining cabinet in that same 2017 shuffle. He'll be continuing the work on delivering programs to First Nations, Inuit and Mtis people, including education and housing, as well as chipping away at clearing the drinking water advisories in First Nation communities.

Jody Wilson-Raybould is out as justice minister, a job she's had since 2015, and has been shuffled into the Veterans Affairs job.

Replacing her as Canada's new justice minister and attorney general is Quebec MP David Lametti, who had been serving as a parliamentary secretary for innovation.

Keeping in mind regional representation, Trudeau has promoted Nova Scotia MP Bernadette Jordan to cabinet in a new role, as minister of rural economic development. She had been serving as a parliamentary secretary for democratic institutions.

In this new cabinet position Jordan will be responsible for overseeing a new rural jobs strategy, implementing high-speed internet to more rural areas, and handling the infrastructure needs of these communities.

She also becomes the first female to represent a Nova Scotia riding in cabinet.


The shuffle puts the size of the federal cabinet at 36 members, including Trudeau. This is the largest number of seats around the cabinet table that this government has had. The gender balance is retained with today's changes.

Pending further unanticipated departures, many see this as likely the last shuffle before the next federal election, meaning that this lineup will likely be the roster of ministers that Trudeau wants to have in place for the 2019 campaign.



https://www.ctvnews.ca/canada/trudeau-taps-two-rookies-moves-three-ministers-in-cabinet-shakeup-1.4252109
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2019 9:59 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

David Lametti named Canada's new justice minister in Liberal cabinet shuffle


Montreal MP replaces Jody Wilson-Raybould, who moves to Veterans Affairs


CBC News Posted: Jan 14, 2019 7:53 AM ET | Last Updated: 20 minutes ago



Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will announce details of a cabinet shuffle Monday morning. Power & Politics has special coverage of whos in and whos out. 0:00


Montreal MP David Lametti is Canada's new justice minister, taking over from Jody Wilson-Raybould, who has been moved to Veterans Affairs Canada in a cabinet shuffle Monday in Ottawa.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is shaking up his inner circle in what's likely to be the last change before Canadians head to the polls later this year.

CBC News is carrying live the swearing-in live ceremony that began 8:45 a.m. ET at the Governor General's residence at Rideau Hall, as well as a news conference with Trudeau and new ministers.


Lametti, a former law professor at McGill University, had previously served as parliamentary secretary to Innovation Minister Navdeep Bains.


Indigenous Services Minister Jane Philpott has been chosen to fill the cabinet vacancy as president of the Treasury Board, and Veterans Affairs Minister Seamus O'Regan replaces Philpott.


Montreal MP David Lametti arrives for the Liberal government's cabinet shuffle and swearing-in ceremony at Rideau Hall in Ottawa on Monday. Lametti is the new justice minister. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press)

The cabinet shuffle was prompted by the resignation of longtime MP Scott Brison, president of the Treasury Board.

He announced Thursday he wouldn't be running for re-election this year so was stepping down now, leaving a Nova Scotia representation vacancy in cabinet.


Jody Wilson-Raybould has been moved from Justice Canada to Veterans Affairs in the shuffle. (Adrian Wyld/Canadian Press)

On Monday, Nova Scotia MP Bernadette Jordan was appointed minister of Rural Economic Development.

According to a news release from the Prime Minister's Office, Jordan will be tasked with developing a new rural development strategy to "spur economic growth and create good, middle-class jobs in rural Canada." She will also work to bring high-speed internet to rural homes and businesses, and work with municipalities, provinces, territories and Indigenous partners to meet infrastructure needs of rural communities.

Several ministers were juggled just six months ago, as Trudeau expanded and shifted his cabinet ahead of the 2019 election year.

July's shuffle brought five new ministers to the table and added new files for seniors, intergovernmental affairs and border security.


https://www.cbc.ca/news/politics/liberal-cabinet-shuffle-2019-1.4976936
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PostPosted: Mon Jan 14, 2019 10:20 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

( a relatively unknown mp from Nova Scotia found her way into cabinet , little is known about her but her riding had been held by longtime tory mp Gerald Keddy from 1997-2015 and hasn't typically been a riding that votes liberal federally

looking thru its history from the late 60's until now its only ever had 2 liberal mp's , one in 93 for 1 term and her win in 2015 . it mostly had pc mp's but had always been close races between conservatives , liberals and ndp . it had been a top ndp target for a few years but they never won the seat but did win provincial ridings within it

the riding has rarely had any cabinet minsters expect a rookie pc mp who was put into cabinet a few months before the 93 election only to lose the seat


the fact that the riding votes liberal so rarely might explain why she's suddenly in cabinet , only 2 liberal wins in the last 50 years might explain why they feel she needs to boost her profile in Ottawa )





MP Bernadette Jordan takes Nova Scotia's seat at cabinet table


THE CANADIAN PRESS
Published Monday, January 14, 2019 7:58AM AST
Last Updated Monday, January 14, 2019 10:07AM AST


OTTAWA -- Montreal MP David Lametti is becoming Canada's new justice minister as Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shuffles his cabinet to deal with the sudden departure of Nova Scotia MP Scott Brison.

He's one of five ministers and ministers-to-be who walked up to Rideau Hall to be sworn in on a frigid Monday morning in Ottawa.

Vancouver's Jody Wilson-Raybould is moving from the high-profile Justice position to Veterans Affairs, generally considered a more minor portfolio.


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Bernadette Jordan
Bernadette Jordan, the MP for South Shore-St. Margaret's, takes Nova Scotia's seat at the cabinet table, becoming minister of rural economic development. (Bernadette Jordan/Twitter)


Seamus O'Regan, meanwhile, is moving from Veterans Affairs to Indigenous Services.

And Jane Philpott is moving from Indigenous Services to Treasury Board, Brison's former portfolio and a key economic position at the cabinet table.

Bernadette Jordan takes Nova Scotia's seat at the cabinet table, becoming minister of rural economic development -- a new position on the front bench.

The small shuffle was prompted by Brison's announcement late last week that he would step down from the cabinet and not run again in the next election.


https://atlantic.ctvnews.ca/mp-bernadette-jordan-takes-nova-scotia-s-seat-at-cabinet-table-1.4252166
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