Monday, 15 July 2024

Trudeau names new cabinet, focuses on economy, housing

As his Liberal administration gets ready for the next election, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has announced a big shift to his cabinet, emphasizing an emphasis on housing and affordability. Approximately three-quarters of the cabinet’s portfolios have changed hands, and seven new ministers have been appointed to take the place of the seven departing ones.

The middle class, economic expansion, and job creation are the three main priorities of the reset, according to the Liberal government. According to Trudeau, his administration has had to deal with challenging global events like the conflict in Ukraine, eroding democracy abroad, and attempts by foreign powers to influence domestically. He also brought up the possibility of a global economic downturn as a result of persistently high inflation and rising interest rates everywhere.

New cabinet

Canada had the lowest inflation rate among the G7 countries in June, at 2.8%. To assist Canadians in navigating global difficulties, Trudeau claimed that his cabinet, which is full of “fresh energy,” will bring new voices, abilities, and experiences to the table. By October 2025, the next federal election must be held, though it may be called earlier.

The reorganization shows that the administration is aware of various ministries’ dysfunction, including allegations of foreign meddling, immigration problems, housing affordability, and passport processing. The high-profile changes show that the shuffle is equally concerned with national security and the economy.

The Cabinet of Canada includes Anita Anand as

  • president of the Treasury Board,
  • Gary Anandasangaree as minister of Crown-Indigenous relations,
  • Terry Beech as minister of citizens’ services,
  • Francois-Philippe Champagne as minister of innovation, science and industry,
  • Marie-Claude Bibeau as minister of national revenue,
  • Bill Blair as Minister of national defense,
  • Randy Boissonnault as minister of employment, workforce development,
  • Jean-Yves Duclos as minister of public services and procurement,
  • Soraya Martinez Ferrada as minister of tourism,
  • Sean Fraser as minister of housing, infrastructure, and communities,
  • Chrystia Freeland as deputy prime minister and minister of finance,
  • Karina Gould as government House leader,
  • Steven Guilbeault as minister of environment and climate change,
  • Patty Hajdu as minister of Indigenous services,
  • Mark Holland as minister of health,
  • Ahmed Hussein as minister of international development,
  • Gudie Hutchings as minister of rural economic development,
  • Marci Ien as minister for women and gender equality and youth,
  • Melanie Joly as minister of foreign affairs,
  • Kamal Khera as minister of diversity, inclusion,
  • Dominic LeBlanc as minister of public safety, democratic institutions, and intergovernmental affairs,
  • Diane Lebouthillier as minister of fisheries and oceans,
  • Lawrence MacAulay as minister of agriculture and agri-food,
  • Marc Miller as minister of immigration, refugees and citizenship,
  • Mary Ng as minister of export promotion, international trade, and economic development,
  • Seamus O’Regan Jr. as minister of labor and seniors,
  • Ginette Petitpas Taylor as minister of veterans affairs,
  • Carla Qualtrough as minister of sport and physical activity,
  • Pablo Rodriguez as minister of transport,
  • Harjit Sajjan as president of the King’s Privy Council for Canada,
  • Ya’ara Saks as minister of mental health and addictions,
  • Jenna Sudds as minister of families, children, and social development,
  • Pascale St-Onge as minister of Canadian heritage,
  • Filomena Tassi as minister of the Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario,
  • Rechie Valdez as minister of small business,
  • Arif Virani as minister of justice and Attorney General of Canada, and
  • Jonathan Wilkinson as minister of energy and natural resources.

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