Justin Trudeau and members of the new Liberal cabinet attended a swearing-in ceremony at Rideau Hall on Wednesday afternoon.

Several key positions have been shuffled since the Liberals held a majority prior to the 2019 election. Before today’s unveiling, Trudeau confirmed that the cabinet would be gender balanced.

This year’s cabinet was slightly larger than the 34 ministers appointed in the past with a total of 36 ministerial positions. The new appointments will offer a glimpse into what the 43rd parliament of Canada will have to offer to Canadians in the near future.

Facing a minority government situation, ministers will likely have to work across party lines. It is yet to be seen how the appointments will address issues such as pipeline development and feelings of western alienation.

This is the full list of all of the ministers announced today:

Intergovernmental affairs – Chrystia Freeland
Public Services and Procurement – Anita Anand
Innovation, Science and Industry – Navdeep Bains
Indigenous-Crown Relations – Carolyn Bennett
Agriculture and Agri-Food – Marie-Claude Bibeau
Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness – Bill Blair
Minister of Diversity and Inclusion and Youth – Bardish Chaggar
Foreign Affairs – Francois-Philippe Champagne
President of Treasury Board – Jean-Yves Duclos
Middle Class Prosperity – Mona Fortier
Transport – Marc Garneau
International Development – Karina Gould
Canadian Heritage – Steven Guilbeault
Health – Patty Hajdu
Families, Children and Social Development – Ahmed Hussen
Economic Development and Official Languages – Melanie Joly
Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard – Bernadette Jordan
Justice and Attorney General – David Lametti
President of Queen’s Privy Council for Canada – Dominic LeBlanc
National Revenue – Diane Lebouthillier
Veterans Affairs – Lawrence MacAulay
Infrastructure and Communities – Catherine McKenna
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship – Marco Mendicino
Indigenous Services – Marc Miller
Women and Gender Equality and Rural Economic Development – Maryam Monsef
Finance – Bill Morneau
Digital Government – Joyce Murray
Small Business, Export Promotion and International Trade – Mary Ng
Natural Resources – Seamus O’Regan
Employment, Workforce Development and Disability Inclusion – Carla Qualtrough
Government House Leader – Pablo Rodriguez
National Defence – Harjit Sajjan
Seniors – Deb Schulte
Labour – Filomena Tassi
Northern Affairs – Dan Vandal
Environment and Climate Change – Jonathan Wilkinson

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