Laura Albanese has been giving another promotion—and it’s a whopper. She has been named the Chair of the Ontario Liberal Caucus.
Should you, unlike me, be not quite up to speed on what that means, I just happened to have found this on Wikipedia while brushing up on the ash patterns of Trichonopoly cheroots:
In Canada, caucus refers to all members of a particular party in Parliament, including senators, or a provincial legislature. These members elect among themselves a caucus chair who presides over their meetings. This person is an important figure when the party is in opposition and an important link between cabinet and the backbench when the party is in government.
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