National NewsA big cabinet shuffle expected in Queen’s Park Thursday morning; Trudeau hopes to mend relationship with Trump in White House visit SHARE ON: Greg Higgins, contributor, Thursday, Jun. 20th, 2019 Half of Ontario cabinet ministers expected to be relocated ThursdayA big cabinet shuffle is expected today from Ontario Premier Doug Ford. It is being considered damage control as the government’s approval rating has plummeted in the polls lately after recent cuts to health care and education. Over half of the current ministers are expected to be relocated Thursday morning at Queen’s Park.NAFTA deal and China among topics Trudeau will address with TrumpJustin Trudeau is hoping to build a better relationship with the U.S. as he meets with President Donald Trump in the oval office Thursday. The new NAFTA deal is expected to be the main topic of conversation but the two world leaders will also discuss disputes with Beijing. There are still two Canadians being detained in China.No plan of action by feds in bringing back Canadian child trapped in SyriaThe federal government is aware of the Canadian orphan trapped in a Syrian refugee camp. CTV News reported the public safety minister hasn’t given a timetable on when the government might take any action though. The four-year-old girl is believed to be the only surviving member of a family that moved to the country to join ISIS.Iran shoots down U.S. droneTensions between the U.S. and Iran seem to be escalating by the week. The Middle Eastern country admitted to shooting down a U.S. drone. No word yet if it was in direct response to the U.S. blaming Iran for an attack on two oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman last week. Iran denied that claim.Fibromyalgia linked to gut bacteria levelsResearchers are hoping for faster diagnosis after finding a link between gut bacteria and fibromyalgia. CTV reported the findings from McGill University that identified almost 20 forms of gut bacteria which either increased or decreased in patients with the chronic condition. Fibromyalgia causes musculoskeletal pain, fatigue and cognitive difficulties.