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Andrew Scheer shuffles Heritage, Industry critics

People | 09/07/2018 4:36 pm EDT
Andrew Scheer speaks on Parliament Hill in May 2016. /Hill Times photo by Jake Wright.

Opposition Conservative leader Andrew Scheer has shuffled his caucus’s shadow cabinet in the lead up to Parliament returning for its fall sitting –- including two MPs with key critic roles tasked with watching communications and cultural policy.

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