Ontario’s new look cabinet includes seven new ministers while some high-profile ones staying put.
Shuffle highlights include Mitzie Hunter becoming Minister of Education, Eleanor McMahon responsible for Tourism, Culture and Sport, Kathryn McGarry takes over Natural Resources and Forestry, Marie-France Lalonde heads Consumer Services and Indira Naidoo-Harris is associate minister of finance.
Liz Sandals moves from education to the treasury board and Yasir Naqvi’s attorney-general.
Glen Murray (environment), Eric Hoskins (health) and Charles Sousa (finance) remain in charge of the same portfolios.
The 30-member cabinet’s the largest in Ontario since the 1980s.
Frank Miller had 33 in 1985 while David Peterson also had 30 in his cabinet in 1987.