Premier John Horgan rolls out new cabinet

Executive council is first in B.C. history to achieve gender parity

Premier John Horgan and his executive council

Executive council is first in B.C. history to achieve gender parity

Premier John Horgan has named the members of his cabinet, which contains 20 ministers and two ministers of state. Another six MLAs are parliamentary secretaries.

The government is a mix of new and experienced MLAs and also includes:

     • Four ministers and two parliamentary secretaries aged 40 and under
     • 10 ministers and parliamentary secretaries who identify as a visible minority
     • The first First Nations woman appointed to cabinet


Cabinet members

Premier: John Horgan

Minister of Advanced Education, Skills and Training: Melanie Mark

Minister of Agriculture: Lana Popham

Attorney General: David Eby

Minister of Children and Family Development: Katrine Conroy

Minister of State for Child Care: Katrina Chen

Minister of Citizens’ Services: Jinny Sims

Minister of Education: Rob Fleming

Minister of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources: Michelle Mungall

Minister of Environment and Climate Change Strategy: George Heyman

Minister of Finance and Deputy Premier: Carole James

Minister of Forests, Lands, Natural Resource Operations, and Rural Development: Doug Donaldson

Minister of Health: Adrian Dix

Minister of Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation: Scott Fraser

Minister of Jobs, Trade, and Technology: Bruce Ralston

Minister of State for Trade: George Chow

Minister of Labour: Harry Bains

Minister of Mental Health and Addictions: Judy Darcy

Minister of Municipal Affairs and Housing: Selina Robinson

Minister of Public Safety and Solicitor General: Mike Farnworth

Minister of Social Development and Poverty Reduction: Shane Simpson

Minister of Tourism, Arts and Culture: Lisa Beare

Minister of Transportation and Infrastructure: Claire Trevena