Federal Cabinet Shuffle Announcement: This morning, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau announced the much-anticipated cabinet shuffle. Former ministers who will take on a new portfolio include…
New Brunswick Premier Blaine Higgs shuffled his cabinet after a month of political drama that has caught national attention. In today’s shuffle, two ministers have been dropped from cabinet; Jeff Carr was Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure, and Daniel Allain had been Minister of Local Government and Local Governance Reform.
Premier Heather Stefanson embarked upon a cabinet shuffle today, just three days after the announcement by Finance Minister Cameron Friesen that he is leaving provincial politics to pursue a federal nomination. Friesen’s announcement follows several other PC colleagues who have indicated that they are not re-offering.
On December 7, 2022, the cabinet of British Columbia’s newly appointed Premier, David Eby, was announced and sworn in. Aligned with Premier Eby’s activist roots and inclusive leadership style, the formed gender-balanced cabinet is composed of 23 ministers and 4 ministers of state, all with various levels of experience.
As we enter the midway point of the summer and traditionally slowing down of activity at the federal government level, this is generally a good time to anticipate what may be coming in advance of the house resuming in September.
The Prime Minister recently swore in a new cabinet just several months ago, so a cabinet shuffle may not be top of mind for most observers, however,