June 20, 2019 3:41 pm

Who’s been demoted and promoted in Ontario’s cabinet shuffle

WATCH ABOVE: New members introduced to Doug Ford's cabinet were sworn into office on June 20 at Queen's Park in Toronto, where the Ontario Premier announced his shuffled his cabinet.

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TORONTO – Ontario Premier Doug Ford unveiled a massive cabinet shuffle Thursday. A quick look:

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Demotions:

– Vic Fedeli from finance to economic development

– Lisa Thompson from education to government and consumer services

– Lisa MacLeod from children, community and social services to tourism, culture and sport

– Merrilee Fullerton from training, colleges and universities to long-term care, which was previously part of the Ministry of Health

– Michael Tibollo from tourism, culture and sport to new junior portfolio of associate minister of mental health and addictions

– Bill Walker from government and consumer services to new junior portfolio of associate minister of energy

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Promotions:

– Rod Phillips from environment to finance

– Stephen Lecce from back benches to education

– Doug Downey from back benches to attorney general

– Ross Romano from back benches to training, colleges and universities

– Kinga Surma from back benches to new junior portfolio of associate minister of transportation (GTA)

– Jill Dunlop from back benches to new junior portfolio of associate minister of children and women’s issues

– Prabmeet Sarkaria from back benches to new junior portfolio of associate minister of small businesses and red tape reduction

– Paul Calandra from back benches to government house leader

WATCH: Lisa MacLeod becomes Ontario’s Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport amid cabinet shuffle

Other moves:

– Caroline Mulroney from attorney general to transportation

– Jeff Yurek from transportation to environment

– Todd Smith from economic development to children, community and social services

– Laurie Scott from labour to infrastructure

– Monte McNaughton from infrastructure to labour

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