Political Fallout from Resignation of Jane Philpott

Canadian Politics

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THUNDER BAY – The resignation from the Trudeau Government’s cabinet of Jane Philpott has hit social media like a political hurricane.

Thunder Bay-Superior North MP and Cabinet Minister Patty Hajdu tells NetNewsLedger:

Patty Hajdu - Thunder Bay Superior North MP
Patty Hajdu – Thunder Bay Superior North MP

“My confidence in the Prime Minister remains untouched. I stand by him and believe in his ability to lead a government that delivers for all Canadians. I am sorry to see one of my Cabinet colleagues step down and I wish her the best.

“I am grateful that the constituents of Thunder Bay-Superior North placed their confidence in me and I will continue to work hard on their behalf and on behalf of all Canadians to make sure everyone has a fair chance at success.”

The decision has shocked many people in the political world.

On Twitter here is the former Minister’s post:

Assembly of First Nations National Chief Bellegarde tweeted:

Liberal MP Celina Caesar-Chavannes, who just announced she is not seeking re-election tweeted:

NDP Leader Jagmeet Singh:

Business Person Brett Wilson Tweeted:

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