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  Ignatieff's inner circle starts taking shape
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Last EditedMonsieur  Jan 07, 2009 06:22pm
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News DateThursday, January 8, 2009 12:00:00 AM UTC0:0
DescriptionOTTAWA -- Michael Ignatieff is starting to put a Toronto-heavy stamp on the Liberal party, surrounding himself with loyalists who helped him secure the leadership.

Almost a month after being installed as leader, Ignatieff has begun filling key posts in the Opposition leader's office, the party and its campaign machine.

He has yet to hire a chief of staff to run his office. But insiders say former New Brunswick MP Paul Zed will effectively take on that role -- without the title -- until a permanent top aide can be found.

With the notable exception of Zed, Ignatieff's inner circle thus far appears to be top-heavy with Torontonians, most of whom played key roles in the Toronto MP's two leadership campaigns.
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