The hardline, anti-Ottawa stance by Jason Kenney and Doug Ford should help Justin Trudeau make inroads with women and young voters, two key elements to his last majority.
That means responding quickly and forcefully to false opposition claims and moving aggressively on a progressive policy agenda.
The former justice minister's actions show that protecting the prime minister wasn't her priority.
While Justin Trudeau's own house is burning around him, the PM continues to claim that all is well in Liberal land and he welcomes the input of two former ministers who have engaged in the death of a thousand cuts.
Celina Caesar-Chavannes left the Liberal caucus after publicly challenging the character of the leader. Her two former cabinet colleagues should follow suit.
Jody Wilson-Raybould could call a press conference immediately to respond to all questions related to her time in cabinet after she was transferred out of the justice portfolio.
Sunny days are here again. But they are not going to last long if Justin Trudeau doesn’t get some experienced advice on political damage control.
Based on her testimony before the House Justice Committee, it's clear the PM had no choice but to move her out. She cannot be trusted to sit in caucus where she could be note-taking for her next committee exposé.