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A breakdown of provincial cabinet changes

WAYNE GLOWACKI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS</p><p>Manitoba Progressive Conservative cabinet ministers welcome Premier Brian Pallister to their first meeting in the legislative building Tuesday. </p>

WAYNE GLOWACKI / WINNIPEG FREE PRESS

Manitoba Progressive Conservative cabinet ministers welcome Premier Brian Pallister to their first meeting in the legislative building Tuesday.

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This article was published 3/5/2016 (930 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.

With a trimmed down cabinet of 12 compared to Greg Selinger's 19, the structure of the Pallister government's cabinet has undergone a makeover. Some cabinet positions have been eliminated altogether, some have added responsibilities. some have simply had the ministerial title changed. Here’s a look at some of the major changes:

Selinger government:

Minister of Aboriginal & Northern Affairs

Pallister government:

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Hey there, time traveller!
This article was published 3/5/2016 (930 days ago), so information in it may no longer be current.

With a trimmed down cabinet of 12 compared to Greg Selinger's 19, the structure of the Pallister government's cabinet has undergone a makeover. Some cabinet positions have been eliminated altogether, some have added responsibilities. some have simply had the ministerial title changed. Here’s a look at some of the major changes: 

Selinger government:

Minister of Aboriginal & Northern Affairs

Pallister government:

Minister of Indigenous and Municipal Relations

-Includes elements of the former Department of Aboriginal and Northern Affairs that relate to Northern communities. 

Selinger:

Minister of Agriculture, Food & Rural Development

Pallister:

Minister of Agriculture

-All duties of former department of Agriculture, Food & Rural Development except rural development functions which is moved to Indigenous and Municipal Relations as part of the single window with municipal governments 

Selinger:

Minister of Children & Youth Opportunities

Pallister:

The Department transferred into Education and Training

Selinger:

Minister of Conservation & Water Stewardship

Pallister:

Minister of Sustainable Development

-All duties of former department of Conservation & Water Stewardship Sustainable Development

Selinger:

Minister of Education and Advanced Learning

Pallister:

Minister of Education and Training

Includes: Immigration

-Children & Youth

-Early Learning and Childcare Branch from the Department of Family Services

-Adult Learning and Literacy from the Department of Multiculturalism and Literacy Education and Training

Selinger

Minister of Family Services

Pallister:

Minister of Families

Includes: Employment, Income and Rental Assistance Branch from the Department of Jobs and the Economy

-Housing 

Selinger

Minister of Housing and Community Development

Pallister

-Housing transferred to Families

-Community Development transferred to Indigenous & Municipal Relations as part of single window with municipal governments

Selinger:

Minister of Jobs and the Economy

Pallister:

Minister of Growth, Enterprise and Trade

-Northern Economic Development from the former Department of Aboriginal and Northern Affairs;

-Energy;

-Mineral Resources;

-Transportation (policy);

-Community Economic Development Fund Growth, Enterprise and Trade

Selinger

Minister of Labour and Immigration

Pallister

-Labour will be transferred into the new Department of Growth, Enterprise and Trade.

-Immigration will be transferred into Education & Training. 

Selinger

Minister of Mineral Resources

Pallister

Mineral Resources will be transferred into the new Department of Growth, Enterprise and Trade.

Selinger:

Minister of Multiculturalism & Literacy

Pallister

-Multiculturalism will be transferred to the new Department of Sport, Culture & Heritage

-Literacy will be transferred to the Department of Education and Training 

Selinger

Minister of Municipal Government

Pallister

-Municipal Government will be transferred into the new Department of Indigenous and Municipal Relations

Selinger

Minister of Tourism, Culture, Heritage, Sport & Consumer Protection

Pallister

Minister of Sport, Culture & Heritage

-Tourism is transferred to the Department Growth, Enterprise and Trade.

-Consumer Protection Division is transferred to the Department of Justice. Sport, Culture & Heritage

Selinger

Crown corporations were spread out among ministers, meaning one minister was responsible for hydro, another MPI, etc.

Pallister:

Minister of Crown Services

Responsibility for major Crowns and Crown Corporations Public Review and Accountability Act 

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What's in a name?

Where some responsibilities of the previous departments land inside Pallister's new government

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