Heather Stefanson plans Manitoba cabinet shuffle

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Heather Stefanson planning a shuffle Ministerial in Manitoba

Heather Stefanson has seen several of its deputies and ministers in recent months.

Manitoba Premier Heather Stefanson will soon announce a cabinet reshuffle. Several of his ministers have announced that they will not stand for election next October.

She did not provide a date during her press briefing on Monday. Asked by a reporter if the reshuffle would be announced on Thursday, the Prime Minister replied: I'm going to make changes, let's put it that way.

For several weeks, announcements Progressive Conservative MPs who will not run in the next provincial election, which is due to be held no later than October 3, are legion. Four ministers have announced their early retirement from political life since the beginning of the year.

A dozen Progressive Conservative MPs who sat last year have either resigned or announced they will not seek re-election. Among them, five were cabinet ministers.

Heather Stefanson said she was excited about the future of her party.

Despite the number of MPs stepping down, Heather Stefanson said she was optimistic about what she described as an influx of newcomers seeking to run under the Progressive Conservative Party banner during the upcoming election.

This is an exciting opportunity for our party and our province to rejuvenate and look to the future. It's very exciting, we have so many people showing up who are excited to represent our party.

She also took the opportunity to thank the MPs for their work, while admitting that others may still announce that they will not run in the next election.

Many people have taken the holidays to make decisions with their families , and I think most of those who were due to announce their decision did, she said following a Travel Manitoba news conference on Monday.

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