Ontario Premier's New Cabinet

juin 24, 2022
 
June 24, 2022
Ontario Premier's New Cabinet 
Premier Doug Ford unveils new 30-person cabinet
Ontario Premier Doug Ford has unveiled his new Executive Committee for the 43rd Parliament of Ontario. Read the complete news release HERE.
 
Neil Lumsden
new Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport


First-time elected MPP, Neil Lumsden, will serve as Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport. He was elected to the Hamilton East—Stoney Creek riding.

Neil is a former Canadian Football League player who played for the Toronto Argonauts and Hamilton Tiger-Cats. In 2014, he was inducted into the Canadian Football Hall of Fame in Hamilton.

Read his bio on the PC Party of Ontario website HERE.
Read his entry on the Canadian Football Hall of Fame website HERE.

The OMA looks forward to working with Minister Lumsden and inviting him to the Annual Conference in Hamilton in November.

 

The new Executive Council includes the following:

  • Doug Ford, Premier of Ontario and Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs
  • Sylvia Jones, Deputy Premier and Minister of Health
  • Peter Bethlenfalvy, Minister of Finance
  • Paul Calandra, Minister of Long-Term Care, Minister of Legislative Affairs and Government House Leader
  • Raymond Cho, Minister for Seniors and Accessibility
  • Steve Clark, Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing
  • Doug Downey, Attorney General
  • Jill Dunlop, Minister of Colleges and Universities
  • Vic Fedeli, Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade, with an additional mandate for small business
  • Michael Ford, Minister of Citizenship and Multiculturalism
  • Merrilee Fullerton, Minister of Children, Community and Social Services
  • Parm Gill, Minister of Red Tape Reduction
  • Michael Kerzner, Solicitor General
  • Stephen Lecce, Minister of Education
  • Neil Lumsden, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport
  • Monte McNaughton, Minister of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development
  • Caroline Mulroney, Minister of Transportation and Minister of Francophone Affairs
  • David Piccini, Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks
  • Graydon Smith, Minister of Natural Resources and Forestry
  • George Pirie, Minister of Mines, with a mandate to develop the Ring of Fire
  • Kaleed Rasheed, Minister of Public and Business Service Delivery
  • Greg Rickford, Minister of Northern Development and Minister of Indigenous Affairs
  • Prabmeet Sarkaria, President of the Treasury Board, with an expanded mandate for emergency management and procurement, including Supply Ontario
  • Todd Smith, Minister of Energy
  • Kinga Surma, Minister of Infrastructure, with an additional mandate for government real estate
  • Lisa Thompson, Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs
  • Stan Cho, Associate Minister of Transportation
  • Michael Parsa, Associate Minister of Housing
  • Michael Tibollo, Associate Minister of Mental Health and Addictions
  • Charmaine Williams, Associate Minister of Women’s Social and Economic Opportunity
STAYING IN CABINET
Stephen Lecce remains Minister of Education. Peter Bethlenfalvy stays on as Minister of Finance. Paul Calandra will continue to be Minister of Long-Term Care, and Doug Downey remains Attorney General.
 
OUT OF CABINET
Lisa MacLeod is not returning to cabinet, neither is Ross Romano who is out as Minister of Government and Consumer Services.
 
NEW IN CABINET
In addition to Michael Ford, first time MPP, George Pirie the former mayor Timmins will be appointed as Minister of Mines, a new portfolio. Neil Lumsden, a newly elected PC MPP from Hamilton East-Stoney Creek will be the Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport, replacing the ousted Lisa MacLeod.

- With Files from The Canadian Press
Media Coverage
 
Sylvia Jones
Minister of Health and Deputy Premier


Re-elected MPP, Sylvia Jones, will serve as Minister of Health and Deputy Premier. Sylvia was elected to the Dufferin—Caledon riding.

 
Peter Bethlenfalvy
Minister of Finance


Re-elected MPP, Peter Bethlenfalvy, will serve as Minister of Finance. Peter was elected to the Pickering—Uxbridge riding.

 
Paul Calandra
Minister of Long-Term Care, Minister of Legislative Affairs and government house leader


Re-elected MPP, Paul Calandra, will serve as Minister of Long-Term Care, Minister of Legislative Affairs and government house leader. Paul was elected to the Markham—Stouffville riding.

 
Stephen Lecce
Minister of Education


Re-elected MPP, Stephen Lecce, will serve as Minister of Education. Stephen was elected to the King—Vaughan riding.

 
Monte McNaughton
Minister of Labour, Immigration,
Training and Skills Development


Re-elected MPP, Monte McNaughton, will serve as Minister of Labour, Immigration, Training and Skills Development. Monte was elected to the Lambton—Kent—Middlesex riding.

 
Steve Clark
Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing


Re-elected MPP, Steve Clark, will serve as Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing. Steve was elected to the Leeds—Grenville—Thousand Islands and Rideau Lakes riding.

 
David Piccini
Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks


Re-elected MPP, David Piccini, will serve as Minister of the Environment, Conservation and Parks. David was elected to the Northumberland—Peterborough South riding.

 
Greg Rickford
Minister of Northern Development and
Minister of Indigenous Affairs


Re-elected MPP, Greg Rickford, will serve as Minister of Northern Development and Minister of Indigenous Affairs. Greg was elected to the Kenora—Rainy River riding.

 
Caroline Mulroney
Minister of Transportation,
Minister of Francophone Affairs


Re-elected MPP, Caroline Mulroney, will serve as Minister of Transportation and Minister of Francophone Affairs. Caroline was elected to the York—Simcoe riding.

 
Merrilee Fullerton
Minister of Children, 
Community and
Social Services


Re-elected MPP, Merrilee Fullerton, will serve as Minister of Children, Community and Social Services. Merrilee was elected to the Kanata—Carleton riding.

 
Charmaine Williams
Associate Minister of Women’s Social and Economic Opportunity


First-time elected MPP, Charmaine Williams, will serve as Associate Minister of Women’s Social and Economic Opportunity. Charmaine was elected to the Brampton Centre riding.

 
Lisa Thompson
Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs


Re-elected MPP, Lisa Thompson, serves as Minister of Agriculture, Food and Rural Affairs. Lisa was elected to the Huron—Bruce riding.

 
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