As the Legislature begins its summer break, folks are moving around and moving on from the Pink Palace.
Steve Erwin has left the Canadian Press bureau for a new role of answering questions instead of asking them.
He’s going to work as spin doctor for Energy Minister Dwight Duncan, who’s going to be busy selling his controversial plan — including two new nuclear power plants — to keep the lights on in Ontario over the next 20 years.
Given the tight power supplies in Ontario and the risk of blackouts, Steve is no doubt joining his new boss in praying for cool weather in July and August.
In another energy-related switch, Matthew Gibson is leaving the office of Progressive Conservative Leader John Tory to do government relations for Union Gas.