No Northern MPs in cabinet shuffle

NWT MP Michael McLeod (Photo Courtesy of MP McLeod)

Putting the best team forward. That’s NWT MP Michael McLeod’s take on this week’s cabinet shuffle in Ottawa.
“And it’s been a little over a year since many of the  MPs met for the first time. People’s strength’s and interests are better known now, and I think we’ll see adjustments being made now, whenever improvements can be made,” said McLeod.
He admits there were some surprises, such as the departure of former leader and outgoing Foreign Affairs Minister Stephane Dion, who was replaced by Chrystia Freeland. No Northern MP has been brought back to the Privy Council since Hunter Tootoo’s departure this past Spring. A promotion McLeod is willing to take.
“I have a full plate, and I’m quite busy right now but if the Prime Minister saw fit that I should step up, then I’d certainly be willing to,” McLeod added.
Members of the Liberal caucus were aware of an internal review a few week’s back, which lead up to the changes made on Tuesday.

About the Author

Josh Campbell
Josh Campbell has returned to the CKLB News Team. He covered female university soccer and volleyball in New Brunswick, prior to graduating from Loyalist College in Mohawk Territory near Belleville, Ontario in 2007. He's covered politics and Indigenous stories in both the NWT and Yukon over the last 10 years.

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