Doug Ford Announces New Cabinet After 2022 Election
In an announcement on June 24, 2022 at 11:30 am, Ontario Premier Doug Ford announced his new cabinet following the recent election. Learn about the new cabinet below.
The new Cabinet is as follows:
Doug Ford, Premier of Ontario and Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs
Sylvia Jones, minister of health and deputy premier.
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.
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.
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.
Todd Smith, minister of energy.
Kinga Surma, minister of infrastructure.
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.
Ministry of Government and Consumer Services (MGCS) has been renamed to the Ministry of Public and Business Service Delivery (PBSD). This will be a direct successor to MGCS, although some changes are being made.
Supply Ontario is being moved under the Treasury Board
Realty department will be moving from MGCS/PBSD to Infrastructure
It is not immediately clear where Consumer Files from MGCS are going, possibly to economic development with new mandate.
Both Mines and Forestry have been separated from the Greg Rickford’s file as Minister of Northern Development and Indigenous Affairs
Mines is a newly independent file, given to George Pirie
Natural Resources and Forestry has been given to Graydon Smith