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Alberta Tories Cabinet Shuffle Ed Stelmach

alberta’s new cabinet.

Alberta’s new cabinet has been announced

Ed Stelmach (Fort Saskatchewan-Vegreville) – Premier, President of Executive Council, Chair of Agenda and Priorities, Vice-Chair of Treasury Board

Lloyd Snelgrove (Vermilion-Lloydminster) – President of the Treasury Board, Minister of Service Alberta, (Minister Responsible for Personnel Administration Office)

Doug Horner (Spruce Grove-Sturgeon-St. Albert) – Minister of Advanced Education and Technology

Iris Evans (Sherwood Park) – Minister of Employment, Immigration and Industry

Mel Knight (Grande Prairie-Smoky) – Minister of Energy

Dave Hancock (Edmonton-Whitemud) – Minister of Health and Wellness, Government House Leader

Ray Danyluk (Lac La Biche-St. Paul) – Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing

Ron Liepert (Calgary-West) – Minister of Education

Janis Tarchuk (Banff-Cochrane) – Minister of Children’s Services

Rob Renner (Medicine Hat) – Minister of Environment, Deputy Government House Leader

George Groeneveld (Highwood) – Minister of Agriculture and Food

Lyle Oberg (Strathmore-Brooks) – Minister of Finance

Luke Ouellette (Innisfail-Sylvan Lake) – Minister of Infrastructure and Transportation

Ron Stevens (Calgary-Glenmore ) – Minister of Justice and Attorney General, Deputy Government House Leader

Greg Melchin (Calgary-North West) – Minister of Seniors and Community Supports

Guy Boutilier (Fort McMurray-Wood Buffalo) – Minister of International, Intergovernmental and Aboriginal Relations

Ted Morton (Foothills-Rocky View) – Minister of Sustainable Resource Development

Fred Lindsay (Stony Plain) – Solicitor General and Minister of Public Security

Hector Goudreau (Dunvegan-Central Peace) – Minister of Tourism, Parks, Recreation and Culture

Definitely some interesting picks that caught me off guard… thoughts?

Props to the anonymous commentor with the press release link…

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