Treasury Board president says he's decided it's time for a change after 22 years
After 22-years, Nova Scotia M-P Scott Brison has announced he is stepping away from politics, prefacing a departure from Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's cabinet.
Brison -- who made history as Canada's first openly gay federal cabinet minister -- says he wants to leave politics while he's ``on top'' and is looking forward to new challenges.
While he isn't sure whether he'll resign his seat altogether before the fall election, his resignation from cabinet stems from his belief that the government is best served by ministers who intend to run again
Larry talks to Political Science Prof at Brock David Siegel
Larry talks to Dr. Nicholas Wright from the Department of Political Science at University College London