Posted by Joanna Smith, Ottawa Bureau
Images of New Democrat staffers carrying boxes are being broadcast on television Monday, so here is a look at who is moving in and who is moving on:
Anne McGrath remains Chief of Staff in the Opposition Leader's Office (OLO) under Interim Leader Nycole Turmel, although there is speculation that she might run to replace Jack Layton as leader.
Brad Lavigne remains in his role as Principal Secretary to the Leader of the Opposition and is now also Acting Chief of Staff until McGrath returns to work Sept. 6.
Jess Turk-Browne is now the Deputy Chief of Staff. She was until recently the Director of Operations at NDP Caucus Services.
As previously announced, Kathleen Monk, who was director of communications to Layton, was named the first executive director of the newly created Broadbent Institute.
Her former role will now be filled by two people: Gaby Senay, who is back from Morocco where she was program manager at the National Democratic Institute (NDI), is now Media Director at Caucus Services. Drew Anderson, who was director of communications for the party, is now Caucus Communications Director.
Deputy Director of Communications Pierre Naud has left the party for the public service.
Karl Bélanger is remaining as Senior Press Secretary to Turmel.
The OLO is expanding its Research and Policy Department into a Parliamentary Affairs Department, which brings with it more staffing changes.
Peter Puxley becomes Senior Policy Advisor to the Leader in the Parliamentary Affairs Department after having been Director of Research and Policy.
Nathan Rotman is now the Caucus Director of Operations and Outreach. He was Director of Organization for the party.
Nicolas-Dominic Audet was named Deputy Director of Quebec Outreach. He will work under Raymond Guardia, the Quebec Senior Advisor the Leader.