Acting up

Robin Ciceri's sudden departure means there's now two acting deputy ministers in government: Lorne Brownsey, who's running advanced education and labour market development until Ms. Ciceri's replacement can be found; and Jerry McHale, who took over as deputy attorney general when Allan Seckel became head of the civil service. And that has some wondering whether the government's deputy ministers could soon be shuffled.

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Okay, who wants to be MCFD Deputy Minister?

MMMEEEE!!!!!!!!! I volunteer. $100,000 a year. Savings to go to EIBI.

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