Welcome back to Canada Immigration News Official Youtube Channel. In today’s video update, we’ll talk about the Major Cabinet Reshuffle by Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and significant changes were observed across numerous ministries. Please keep in mind that the reshuffle comes after weeks of rumours and is anticipated to organize the Canadian government for the next federal election.
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Sean Fraser: Minister of Housing, Infrastructure and Communities.
Marc Miller: Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship.
Ahmed Hussen: Minister of International Development.
Anita Anand: President of the Treasury Board.
Bill Blair:Minister of National Defence.
Randy Boissonnault: Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Official Languages.
Pablo Rodriguez: Minister of Transport and will continue to serve as Quebec Lieutenant.
Harjit S. Sajjan: President of the King’s Privy Council for Canada and Minister of Emergency Preparedness and Minister responsible for the Pacific Economic Development Agency of Canada.
Jonathan Wilkinson: Minister of Energy and Natural Resources.
It was observed that several new members have been greeted to the Ministry, which includes Gary Anandasangaree, Terry Beech, Soraya Martinez Ferrada, Ya’ara Saks, Jenna Sudds, Rechie Valdez, and Arif Virani in several roles.
Quite a few ministers, including the Minister of Public Safety Marco Mendicino, the Minister of Justice David Lametti, and the President of the Treasury Board Monique Fortier, are leaving the Candian cabinet. It was also noted that Joyce Murray, Omar Alghabra, and Helena Jaczek have also pronounced their departure from federal politics just before the next federal election.
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