Justin Trudeau, 23rd Prime Minister of Canada

Trudeau takes Intergovernmental Affairs and Youth portfolios. Others in cabinet are:

  • Nov. 4, 2015 5:00 p.m.

  • Ralph Goodale (Saskatchewan) – Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness.
  • Lawrence MacAulay (P.E.I.) – Agriculture and Agri-Food.
  • Stéphane Dion (Quebec) – Foreign Affairs.
  • John McCallum (Ontario) – Immigration, Citizenship and Refugees.
  • Carolyn Bennett (Ontario) – Indigenous and Northern Affairs.
  • Scott Brison (Nova Scotia) – Treasury Board President.
  • Dominic Leblanc (New Brunswick) – Leader of the Government in the House of Commons.
  • Navdeep Bains (Ontario) – Innovation, Science and Economic Development.
  • Bill Morneau (Ontario) – Finance Minister.
  • Jody Wilson-Raybould (B.C.) – Justice and Attorney General of Canada.
  • Judy Foote (Newfoundland and Labrador) – Public Services and Procurement.
  • Chrystia Freeland (Ontario) – International Trade.
  • Jane Philpott (Ontario) – Health.
  • Jean-Yves Duclos (Quebec) – Families, Children and Social Development.
  • Marc Garneau (Quebec) – Transport.
  • Marie-Claude Bibeau (Quebec) – International Development and La francophonie.
  • Jim Carr (Manitoba) – Natural Resources.
  • Mélanie Joly (Quebec) – Heritage.
  • Diane Lebouthillier (Quebec) – National Revenue.
  • Kent Hehr (Alberta) – Veterans Affairs, and Associate Minister of National Defence.
  • Catherine McKenna (Ontario) – Environment and Climate Change.
  • Harjit Sajjan (B.C.) – National Defence.
  • MaryAnn Mihychuk (Manitoba) – Employment Workforce Development and Labour.
  • Amarjeet Sohi (Alberta) – Infrastructure and Communities.
  • Maryam Monsef (Ontario) – Democratic Institutions.
  • Carla Qualtrough (B.C.) – Sport, and Persons with Disabilities.
  • Hunter Tootoo (Nunavut) – Fisheries and Oceans, and Canadian Coastguard.
  • Kirsty Duncan (Ontario) – Science.
  • Patricia Hajdu (Ontario) – Status of Women.
  • Bardish Chagger (Ontario) – Small Business and Tourism.

Cabinet, sworn into Canada’s 29th Parliament. Nov. 4, 2015.

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