Premier Doug shuffles cabinet, renews promise to ‘build Ontario’

Ontario Construction News staff writer

Premier Doug Ford announced changes to his cabinet following the resignation of Housing Minister Steve Clark, and renewed a promise to “build Ontario”.

“As our province’s population and economy grow, it’s never been more important for us to build Ontario,” Ford said. “As we continue to attract billions of dollars in new investments to create better jobs with bigger paycheques, we have the right team in place to get it done.

“We’ll never stop working on behalf of the people of Ontario to build the homes, highways and public transit our growing communities need.”

  • Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing – Paul Calandra
  • Minister of Transportation – Prabmeet Sarkaria
  • President of the Treasury Board – Caroline Mulroney
  • Minister of Long-Term Care – Stan Cho

Rob Flack was named associate minister of housing with a specific mandate on attainable housing and modular homes.

Also, Andrea Khanjin will have an expanded role and will assume additional responsibilities as deputy government house leader reporting to Paul Calandra.


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