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Joly out at Heritage as Pablo Rodriguez named new minister

News | 07/18/2018 5:00 pm EDT
Heritage Minister Pablo Rodriguez was briefed about what Corus was asking the government for in its submission to the BTLR panel. / Hill Times photo Andrew Meade.

Former chief government whip Pablo Rodriguez is the new heritage minister, replacing the embattled Mélanie Joly, after Prime Minister Justin Trudeau shuffled his cabinet on Wednesday.

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