Provincial Government

Who’s who – Ontario Cabinet changes – Effective June 20, 2019:

• Rod Phillips moves from Environment to Finance.
• Vic Fedeli moves from Finance to Economic Development, inheriting the role from Todd Smith.
• Todd Smith becomes the Minister of Children, Community and Social Services, inheriting the role from Lisa MacLeod.
• Paul Calandra becomes government house leader, inheriting the role from Smith.
• Jeff Yurek goes from Transportation to become the Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks, a key Ministry contact for FOCA.
• John Yakabuski remains the Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry, another key Ministry contact for FOCA.
• Caroline Mulroney goes from Attorney General to become the Minister of Transportation and Francophone Affairs.
• Doug Downey becomes the Attorney General.
• Stephen Lecce becomes the Minister of Education, inheriting the role from Thompson.
• Lisa Thompson becomes the Minister of Government and Consumer Services, inheriting the role from Bill Walker.
• Bill Walker becomes the Associate Minister of Energy.
• Michael Tibollo moves from the Tourism, Culture and Sport to become the Associate Minister of Mental Health and Addictions.
• Lisa MacLeod becomes the Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport.
• Monte McNaughton becomes the Labour minister, inheriting the role from Laurie Scott.
• Laurie Scott becomes the Minister of Infrastructure, swapping the role with McNaughton.
• Merrilee Fullerton oversees a new standalone ministry, Long-term Care, inheriting the file from Christine Elliott.
• Christine Elliott remains the Minister of Health and Deputy Premier.
• Backbencher Ross Romano becomes the Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities, inheriting Fullerton’s previous role.
• Prabmeet Sarkaria becomes the Associate Minister of Small Businesses and for Red Tape Reduction.
• Jill Dunlop becomes the Associate Minister for Children and Women’s Issues.
• Kinga Surma becomes the Associate Minister for Transportation.

A complete list is here: https://www.ontario.ca/page/meet-premiers-team

Terry ReesProvincial Government