Celina Caesar-Chavannes, Jean Rioux, Don Rusnak, and Kim Rudd are out. Of the 10 new MPs who have been promoted, five come from Ontario, including four from the Greater Toronto Area, one from Manitoba, two from Quebec, and two from Nova Scotia.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau on Friday handed out 10 promotions, including elevating Mark Holland and Linda Lapointe to the roles of chief government whip and deputy whip, respectively. The Hill Times file photo by Andrew Meade
Four Parliamentarians are no longer in their parliamentary-secretary posts, even as the Trudeau government expanded its roster of appointees to reflect the growth of its cabinet today.
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