After the recent Cabinet shakeup, which new ministers matter most to Canada’s social impact sector?

31 of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s 38-seat Cabinet are new.

Why It Matters

New Cabinet ministers can bring fresh experiences, ideas, and commitments to their jobs. Understanding their passions and perspectives is the first step to building a successful relationship with these new officials.

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