Premier Brian Pallister announced new cabinet ministers on Thursday.
Pallister made the announcement at the swearing-in ceremony at 10 a.m. at the Manitoba Legislative Building.
- Alan Lagimodiere enters cabinet as the minister of Indigenous reconciliation and northern relations;
- Jon Reyes enters cabinet as economic and jobs minister; and
- Ralph Eichler was sworn in as minister of agriculture and resource development.
Pallister also thanked former ministers, Eileen Clarke and Blaine Pedersen, for their service to Manitobans as members of the cabinet since 2016.
The following ministers' portfolio responsibilities have not changed:
- Kelvin Goertzen, deputy premier, minister of legislative and public affairs.
- Heather Stefanson, minister of health and seniors care.
- Cameron Friesen, minister of justice and attorney general.
- Ron Schuler, minister of infrastructure.
- Cliff Cullen, minister of education.
- Scott Fielding, minister of finance.
- Cathy Cox, minister of sport, culture and heritage, minister responsible for the status of women.
- Rochelle Squires, minister of families, minister responsible for francophone affairs.
- Jeff Wharton, minister of Crown services.
- Reg Helwer, minister of central services.
- Sarah Guillemard, minister of conservation and climate.
- Derek Johnson, minister of municipal relations.
- Audrey Gordon, minister of mental health, wellness and recovery.
- Wayne Ewasko, minister of advanced education, skills and immigration.