Prime Minister Stephen Harper will announce his long-awaited summer cabinet shuffle Monday.

The team he names -- which will boast younger faces and more women -- will help the government navigate the last half of its majority mandate and carry the Conservatives into the 2015 election.

We will have live updates from all the action at Rideau Hall this morning.

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The full list of the new, old faces in Harper's cabinet, here.

And don't forget to take our survey on the next Conservative leader.

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The full list of the new cabinet -- RIGHT HERE.

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"The Prime Minister has stated that there needs to be more women in Cabinet and in politics. I agree. Gender distribution is an important part of any cabinet composition."

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Peter Kent, Steven Fletcher and Gordon O'Conner are all gone.

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James Moore? Jason Kenney? Peter MacKay? Brad Wall?

Who do you think should take over if Harper steps down before 2015?

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The Nova Scotia MP made no secret of his desire to stay in National Defence, but he'll be named Minister of Justice and Attorney General of Canada..

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But Peter MacKay wanted to keep his job.

Is he off to Justice?

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Your new Public Safety Minister..

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A big surprise..

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"Pipeline Prophet" keeps his portfolio..

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Where is Jason Kenney going?!

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Poilievre gets Minister of State (Democratic Reform)

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How will this impact James Moore's rumoured leadership ambitions?

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And, with rumours that Harper could step down before the 2015 election, we want to know who you think could replace him. Be sure to take our survey below.