Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will name his new cabinet and settle on the structure of his office during the swearing-in of his minority Liberal government today in Ottawa.
Ministers confirmed by CBC-Radio-Canada:
Chrystia Freeland will serve as deputy prime minister.
François-Philippe Champagne is the new foreign affairs minister.
Marc Miller will be the minister of the Indigenous services.
Seamus O’Regan is natural resources minister.
Jonathan Wilkinson is the new environment minister.
David Lametti stays on as justice minister.
Pablo Rodriguez is the government house leader.
Steven Guilbeault is the new heritage minister.
(Reuters) Canadian Finance Minister Bill Morneau said on Wednesday he would be staying in his job, which revealed a key element of a cabinet shuffle.
The new cabinet will be sworn in at 1:30 P.M. ET at Rideau Hall.