Sunday , January 17 2021

Wilson-Raybould moved to Veteran Affairs, the Justice Minister named Lamettik in a troubled Cabinet of Trudeau

MP from Montreal, David Lamett, is Canada's new Justice Minister, Jody Wilson-Raybould, who was taken to the Exterior Affairs Department on Friday in the cabinet mix in Ottawa.

Lamettik is one of the two new ministers in the move of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, and lastly will be the last change in Canada's Canadian elections this year.

Conservative MP Peter Poilievre will begin at a press conference in Parliament's Parliament at 11:30 p.m., and CBC News will bring it directly.

Parliamentary conservative and financial critic Pierre Poilievre speaks on Monday mornings wardrobe 0:00

Lamett, former professor at McGill University, served as secretary of the new Navdeep Bains minister.

Trudeau proved that he was a replacement for Wilson-Raybould, and he did not underline, he stressed, "has shown that there are" dire issues "for the complexity of files, such as medical deaths and criminal justice systems. The Veterans Affairs file would not look like anything else as "deep and awesome responsibility."

"Challenges for continuing advancement to ensure that veterans and their families are adequately supported, and in terms of protection, will enable continued National and National Defense Department Affairs to continue working," said Trudeau.

Prime Minister Justin Trudeau did not explain to Jody Wilson-Raybould's attitude to Veteran Affairs. 1:07

Wilson-Raybould also dismissed and challenged his record strength to handle challenging files and naming the judges.

Looking forward, he said he was under the direction of veterans.

"They have given a meaningful and solid statement, and that is what I have promised," said Wilson-Raybould.

The new Veteran Patient Minister, Jody Wilson-Raybould, does not democratize his new job. 0:31

The Indian Service Minister, Jane Philpott, has been chosen as the vacancy of the cabin for being the chairman of the Treasury Board and the Veteran Affairs Minister Seamus O & # 39; Regan replaces Philpott.

O & # 39; Regan says he will work hard to fill Philpott's footwear with the goal of improving clean water, health and education for indigenous communities.

He was asked about using the new sensitivities of his new file, when it was suggested that some veterans fled to the journalist's career during the fire, when they learned about the uniformity of the Canadian Army's uniforms.

"You have to be yourself. In order to show empathy wherever you can, you must listen carefully and know that you have an open heart," he said. "I do not want to leave anything I want from work, and the work I do is not for me."

In-house meeting urges Scott Brison, President of the Treasury's resignation.

Jane Philpott is the new President of the Treasury Board. Scott Scotch leaves Scotland when he left lunch last week. (Adrian Wyld / Canadian Press)

He announced that he would not go on election this year again on Thursday, so he has dropped out of nowhere, leaving the Scottish delegation office empty.

On Monday, Scotland Bernadette Jordan Bernabette was appointed Minister of Economic Development of Jordan Land.

According to the news of the Prime Minister's Office, Jordan is going to develop a new rural development strategy "to boost economic growth and create good and medium-sized classes in Canadian rural areas." High-speed Internet access will also be made to rural homes and businesses, and will work with municipalities, territories, territories and indigenous partners to meet the needs of rural communities.

Several ministers only played six months before deploying Trudeau and his cabinet before the 2019 election day.

July's disorder brought new five ministers to the table and added new relatives, inter-government issues and border security files.

Check your way to the federal cabinet on Monday, January 14, 2019. (CBC News)

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