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“An All-Star Team,” says Ford.

The new Ontario government cabinet has been revealed.

“We have an all-star team that’s ready right now to give the people of Ontario the kind of leadership and direction they deserve,” said Ford. “For too long, the people of Ontario have worked more and paid more, but gotten less. Those days are over. Help is here.”

The cabinet is smaller than the one under the Wynne Liberals, who massively expanded government costs and expenses. Clearly, Ford is on the path to reversing that and showing real respect for taxpayers.

Here’s the full list of cabinet members:

  • Peter Bethlenfalvy – President of the Treasury Board
  • Raymond Cho – Minister for Seniors and Accessibility
  • Steve Clark – Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing
  • Christine Elliott – Minister of Health and Long-Term Care and Deputy Premier
  • Victor Fedeli – Minister of Finance and Chair of Cabinet
  • Doug Ford – Premier and Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs
  • Merrilee Fullerton – Minister of Training, Colleges and Universities
  • Ernie Hardeman – Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs
  • Sylvia Jones – Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport
  • Lisa MacLeod – Minister of Children, Community and Social Services and Minister Responsible for Women’s Issues
  • Monte McNaughton – Minister of Infrastructure
  • Caroline Mulroney – Attorney General and Minister Responsible for Francophone Affairs
  • Rod Phillips – Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks
  • Greg Rickford – Minister of Energy, Northern Development and Mines, and Minister of Indigenous Affairs
  • Laurie Scott – Minister of Labour
  • Todd Smith – Minister of Government and Consumer Services, and Government House Leader
  • Lisa Thompson – Minister of Education
  • Michael Tibollo – Minister of Community Safety and Correctional Services
  • Jim Wilson – Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade
  • John Yakabuski – Minister of Transportation
  • Jeff Yurek – Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry

Now, the job of repairing the damage done by the Liberals begins.

Spencer Fernando

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NancyW

Thank you Spencer for this really cheerful good news, LOL sometimes the news is so morbid and troubling. Now we must all work for the best in Quebec and then the best in Alberta, for Canada unify!

Jean-raymond Audet

Why was the Indigenous Ministry added on to Energy and Mines, I sure do not want trouble like our dear Premier Mike Harris got with our First Nations? Also, I hope that your government are not Climate Change Denier like Trump and have a real plan to get us off this carbon mess is it the New CANDU FUSION reactors? or Bye the Hydro from Hydro-Quebec and Manitoba! JR Audet

Lisa

I live in Quebec and I am seeing a shift in Political Movement. The francophones and anglophones alike are fed up of the Liberals and their corruption and then there is the PQ Party that want seperation. At the end of the day, people want good paying jobs and a good standard of life. If Mr. Legault,who is center- right ,wins with the C.A.Q. party. He wishes to remove equalization payments and become more economically independent.He is an entrepreneur man himself. This is what Quebec needs right NOW!! As it stands, the most recent polls suggest that he would get… Read more »

Christine

Wonderful! We know they have a huge job ahead of them. Fixing the damages of the Liberals will be huge task. Courage, we support you all!

Joanne

I’m very jealous. Wish we had this kind of government leading BC, instead of the nutty NDP and even nuttier Greens.

If proportional representation passes this year, the left will rule this province forever.