Many Cabinet members are still in Cabinet, albeit with new portfolios, while others remain in their current position. However, there are some new members.
The new cabinet breaks down as follows:
- Kathleen Wynne: Premier and Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs.
- Deb Matthews: Deputy Premier of Ontario, Minister Responsible for the Poverty Reduction Strategy, and President of the Treasury Board
- Charles Sousa: Minister of Finance
- Eric Hoskins: Minister of Health and Long-Term Care
- Liz Sandals: Minister of Education
- Glen Murray: Minister of the Environment
- Michael Gravelle: Minister of Northern Development and Mines
- Helena Jaczek: Minister of Community and Social Services
- Reza Moridi: Minister of Research & Innovation and Minister of Training, Colleges & Universities
- Jeff Leal: Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs
- Madeleine Meilleur: Attorney General of Ontario & Minister responsible for Francophone Affairs
- Bill Mauro: Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry
- David Zimmer: Minister of Aboriginal Affairs
- Michael Coteau: Minister of Tourism, Culture & Sport and Minister responsible for the 2015 Pan and Para Pan American Games
- Yasir Naqvi: Government House Leader and Minister of Community Safety & Correctional Services
- Brad Duguid: Minister of Economic Development, Employment & Infrastructure
- Steven Del Duca: Minister of Transportation
- Bob Chiarelli: Minister of Energy
- Michael Chan: Minister of Citizenship, Immigration & Trade
- David Orazietti: Minister of Consumer Services & Government Services
- Tracy MacCharles: Minister of Children & Youth Services and Minister responsible for Women’s Issues
- Mario Sergio: Minister responsible for Seniors Affairs
- Kevin Flynn: Minister of Labour
- Ted McMeekin: Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing
- Jim Bradley: Chair of the Cabinet and Deputy Government House Leader
- Mitzie Hunter: Associate Minister of Finance
- Dipika Damerla: Associate Minister of Health responsible for Long-Term Care and Wellness
Ms. Hunter, as Associate Minister of Finance, will be responsible for the creation of the Ontario Pension Plan.
In all there 27 ministers (including the two Associate Ministers), of which eight are women and four who are new ministers.
It will be increasing to see how the Government responds now that it has a majority to work with in the legislature.