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Deportation Case: Higher-Profile Role and Stinky Flower

deportation case: The shakeup will boost the profiles of more members of Trudeau's team, which has long relied on his personal brand, ahead of next year's federal election.article continues below Trending StoriesR.I.P. Uncle Fester Stinky flower goes flaccid Vancouver Coastal Health orders Trout Lake closed to swimming City adopts policy to tackle land speculation on Vancouver's Broadway corridor Richmond's off-street prostitution rings highlighted by deportation case The moves also look to reinforce possible weak spots, according to Vancouver Courier. In one key change, Trudeau confidant and long-time MP Dominic LeBlanc moved from fisheries to intergovernmental affairs, elevating him into a higher-profile role that's destined to become particularly turbulent. In Wednesday's shuffle, the prime minister gave new portfolios to six ministers and expanded his cabinet by promoting five other MPs to his front benches. As a result, Canadians should expect to see a lot more of LeBlanc. The federal-provincial dynamic is set to become more confrontational for Trudeau's Liberals following the recent election of Ontario's Progressive Conservative government led by Premier Doug Ford. At the helm of the unpredictable provincial relations file, the sometimes-pugnacious politician will have more bureaucratic powers at his fingertips with support from several departments. ( As reported in the news.