Let’s do the Cabinet Shuffle!

Let’s do the Cabinet Shuffle!  Premier Kathleen Wynne announced the changes to cabinet, which include ten ministers taking on new roles and seven new members.  Eleanor McMahon becomes Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport, responsible for the Ontario Trillium Foundation Mitzie Hunter becomes Minister of Education Charles Sousa remains Minister of Finance Laura Albanese becomes Minister of Citizenship and Immigration, responsible for volunteerism Brad Duguid becomes Minister of Economic Development and Growth (formerly Economic Development, Employment and Infrastructure), responsible for social enterprise policy Deb Matthews remains Deputy Premier and becomes Minister of Advanced Education and Skills Development (formerly Training, Colleges and Universities), and the first Minister Responsible for Digital Government Liz Sandals becomes President of the Treasury Board, responsible for Transfer Payment Administrative Modernization Indira Naidoo-Harris becomes Associate Minister of Finance responsible for the Ontario Retirement Pension Plan Michael Chan becomes Minister of International Trade Bob Chiarelli becomes Minister of Infrastructure Dr. Eric Hoskins remains Minister of Health and Long-Term Care Glenn Thibeault becomes Minister of Energy Michael Gravelle remains the Minister of Northern Development and Mines Jeff Leal remains Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. David Orazietti becomes Minister of Community Safety and Correctional Services, responsible for upcoming regulation development under the Police Record Checks Reform Act, 2015; David Zimmer becomes Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation. Reza Moridi remains Minister of Research, Innovation and Science. Yasir Naqvi remains Attorney General and Government House Leader. Glen Murray remains Minister of the Environment and Climate Change. Michael Coteau becomes Minister of Children and Youth Services and remains Minister Responsible for Anti-Racism. Tracy MacCharles remains Minister Responsible for Women’s Issues and becomes Minister Responsible for Accessibility.  Kevin Flynn remains...