Here’s The Full List Of The New Federal Cabinet

Many ministers have been moved to new roles.

There have been multiple changes in the new federal cabinet.

You can view the full list below:

Chrystia Freeland – Deputy Prime Minister and Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs

Anita Anand – Minister of Public Services and Procurement

Navdeep Bains – Minister of Innovation, Science and Industry

Carolyn Bennett – Minister of Crown-Indigenous Relations

Marie-Claude Bibeau – Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food

Bill Blair – Minister of Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness

Bardish Chagger – Minister of Diversity, Inclusion and Youth

Francois-Philippe Champagne – Minister of Foreign Affairs

Jean-Yves Duclos – President of the Treasury Board

Mona Fortier – Minister of Middle-Class Prosperity and Associate Minister of Finance

Marc Garneau – Minister of Transport

Karina Gould – Minister of International Development

Steven Guilbeault – Minister of Canadian Heritage

Patty Hajdu – Minister of Health

Ahmed Hussen – Minister of Families, Children and Social Development

Melanie Joly – Minister of Economic Development and Official Languages

Bernadette Jordan – Minister of Fisheries and Oceans and Canadian Coast Guard

David Lametti – Minister of Justice and Attorney-General

Dominic Leblanc – President of the Queen’s Privy Council of Canada

Diane Lebouthillier – Minister of National Revenue

Lawrence MacAulay – Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence

Catherine McKenna – Minister of Infrastructure and Communities

Marco Mendicino – Minister of Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship

Marc Miller – Minister of Indigenous Services

Maryam Monsef – Minister for Women and Gender Equality and Minister of Rural Economic Development

Bill Morneau – Minister of Finance

Joyce Murray – Minister of Digital Government

Mary Ng – Minister of Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade

Seamus O’Regan – Minister of Natural Resources

Carla Qualtrough – Minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Accessibility

Pablo Rodriguez – Leader of the Government in the House of Commons and Quebec Lieutenant

Harjit Sajjan – Minister of National Defence

Deb Schulte – Minister of Seniors

Filomena Tassi – Minister of Labour

Dan Vandal – Minister of Northern Affairs

Jonathan Wilkinson – Minister of Environment and Climate Change

It’s notable that two of the most unpopular and divisive ministers – McKenna and Hussen – have been moved, a sign that the Trudeau Liberals are trying to get them out of the spotlight. Of course, since policy is controlled from the top, there will likely be no tangible change to the policies that were so unpopular.

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How does that go, same ship, different pile.
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Clive Edwards

The “middle class” has its own minister of prosperity now? How long before every occupation, special interest group and “self-identified advocate” gets a cabinet position, a grant, contract work, expense account, pension, staff, office, global travel and the rest of the government perks that force the minister for revenue to squeeze the tax blood out of those Canadians that don’t have federal government jobs and affiliations? Canada’s biggest employer is an industry that produces nothing yet consumes everything, and it’s not something we can put in containers and send to other countries. That industry is government.


So Freeland is the deputy PM doing what. If we cant get answs from Trudeau, will Freeland follow suit. In other words two duds reciting the same lines. Or, will Freeland break away from his to voice her opinion in regards to terrorists and ISIS.


Freeland = future PM because Trudeau will be surfing at the UN and take on the duties of the Minister of Hugs, Selfies & Tears.


Its the same deck of cards shuffled.

D Met

Just love how Freeland has been “rewarded” by the groper by not standing up for Wilson-Raybould, Jane Philpott and other women, however surprised about climate Barbie’s demotion to infrastructure Barbie. And to the point of Seamus O’Reagan – what the H*ll does he know about natural resources. The incompetence continues…

Major Tom

They aren’t personalities……..they are deck chairs………


What the hell half of these departments do nothing , was there a justice minister, like to see the reason he left the high school teaching job looked into , the pay off ? The minor female ? What really happened ??

Eric Blair

So I see that Delta’s Carla Qualtrough is now the minister of Employment, Workforce Development and Accessibility which is a definite step down from her previous ministry and her seat right next to the PM in parliament. But wasn’t this ministry, before this renaming, include labour in it as well. Seems that the minister’s job is now divided between two ministers: Qualtrough and Tassi. I suppose it is one way to get more women into cabinet… divide up the work.

old white guy

No real change, you move one incompetent from one spot and put it in another, the result is still incompetence.

William Jones

With Chrystia Freeland’s comment upon receiving her new appointment, does one sense some of her ‘heritage’ peeking through? Her comment about being ecstatic about her new job giving her more power and would not have wanted the job otherwise, seems to project that thought.