Minister Monte McNaughton resigns


Premier Doug Ford announced today that Ontario’s former minister of infrastructure, labour and immigration, and more recently, skills development, will be leaving the province’s Progressive Conservative caucus in order to pursue a private sector career. “I am immensely proud of the work that Monte has done as an integral part of our team,” Ford said. “I am grateful for the 12 years that he has served as a member of my cabinet.” The 61-year-old McNaughton has represented Lambton-Kent-Middlesex in the Ontario legislature since 2011. Today’s announcement comes amid a number of cabinet shake-ups for the Ford government, including the resignations of two cabinet members amid the ongoing controversy over the Greenbelt.


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  1. He’s leaving because he knows he needs to halt immigration but trudeau is forcing everyone to keep letting them in

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