As with all Cabinet shuffles, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s decision to replace or add 31 new ministers to his team represents a shift in priorities for the federal government.
It’ll also mean change for social impact organizations across Canada who work on a multitude of issues: Indigenous rights, poverty, employment training for women, anti-Black racism, disability justice, climate action, and more.
Sector associations or influential non-profits and charities with government relations departments spend years building relationships with senior officials. Many Cabinet ministers now are in different roles — and those relationships will start anew.
Future of Good looked into some of the most critical Cabinet posts for the social impact sector — and who holds them now:
Harjit Sajjan — Minister of International Development
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