Here’s the shuffle…

Premier Dennis Fentie shuffled his cabinet on Thursday. The ministers’ new portfolios are as follows: Dennis Fentie: Executive Council…

Premier Dennis Fentie shuffled his cabinet on Thursday.

The ministers’ new portfolios are as follows:

Dennis Fentie: Executive Council Office, Finance

Elaine Taylor: Deputy Premier, Environment, Tourism and Culture

Marian Horne: Justice, Women’s Directorate

Archie Lang: Highways and Public Works, Community Services

Glenn Hart: Health and Social Services, Yukon Workers’ Health and Safety Board, French Language Directorate

Jim Kenyon: Economic Development, Yukon Development Corporation, Yukon Energy Corporation, Yukon Housing Corporation

Brad Cathers: Energy, Mines and Resources, Yukon Liquor Corporation, Yukon Lottery Commission

Patrick Rouble: Education, Public Service Commission

 

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