Ontario appoints new transportation minister

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TORONTO, Ont. — Premier Ernie Eves gave his Cabinet a mini-shuffle yesterday, which resulted in a new transportation minister for the province.

Eves appointed former attorney general David Young to the position of Municipal Affairs Minister, while filling his role with former Transportation Minister, Norm Sterling. Then, Eves filled the transportation portfolio with former Tourism Minister, Frank Klees.

Klees brings to the table a background in business development, contract negotiation and project management. He lives in Aurora, Ont. with his wife and two children.

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