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Ontario cabinet shuffle: All the promotions, demotions and other moves you need to know about

Ontario Premier Doug Ford unveiled a massive cabinet shuffle Thursday, only days after marking the one-year anniversary of winning a majority government. Here's a look at all of the moves at a glance.

The shuffle brings huge promotions for some backbenchers along with some significant demotions

Vic Fedeli, left, Lisa MacLeod, centre, and Lisa Thompson, right, were all demoted in a major Ontario cabinet shuffle by Premier Doug Ford. (Radio Canada/ Canadian Press/Canadian Press)

Ontario Premier Doug Ford unveiled a massive cabinet shuffle Thursday, only days after marking the one-year anniversary of winning a majority government.

The shuffle brings huge promotions for some backbenchers along with some significant demotions for some of the government's most notable figures. 

Here's a look at who's moving where, at a glance:

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 a new junior portfolio of Associate Minister of Mental Health and Addictions.
  • Bill Walker from Government and Consumer Services to a new junior portfolio of Associate Minister of Energy.

  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. 

   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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