|Justin Trudeau was sworn in as Prime Minister along with his cabinet in Ottawa Wednesday morning|
Canadians gather at Rideau Hall to watch Justin Trudeau usher in a new era in this countryˇŻs politics with a cabinet that is peppered with rookie politicians, reflective of the countryˇŻs ethnic diversity, and composed of more women than ever before.
The full list of Prime Minister Justin Trudeau's new 31-member cabinet, in order of precedence, being sworn in today at Rideau Hall in Ottawa (with their province in parenthesis):
ˇöJustin Trudeau (Quebec) - Prime Minister, Intergovernmental Affairs and Youth.
ˇöRalph Goodale (Saskatchewan) - Public Safety and Emergency Preparedness.
ˇöLawrence MacAulay (P.E.I.) - Agriculture and Agri-Food.
ˇöSt¨¦phane Dion (Quebec) - Foreign Affairs.
ˇöJohn McCallum (Ontario) - Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship.
ˇöCarolyn Bennett (Ontario) - Indigenous and Northern Affairs.
ˇöScott Brison (Nova Scotia) - Treasury Board President.
ˇöDominic Leblanc (New Brunswick) - Leader of the Government in the House of Commons.
ˇöNavdeep Bains (Ontario) - Innovation, Science and Economic Development.
ˇöBill Morneau (Ontario) - Finance.
Bill Morneau and Justin Trudeau
ˇöJody Wilson-Raybould (B.C.) - Justice and Attorney General of Canada.
ˇöJudy Foote (Newfoundland and Labrador) - Public Services and Procurement.
ˇöChrystia Freeland (Ontario) - International Trade.
ˇöJane Philpott (Ontario) - Health.
ˇöJean-Yves Duclos (Quebec) - Families, Children and Social Development.
ˇöMarc Garneau (Quebec) - Transport.
ˇöMarie-Claude Bibeau (Quebec) - International Development and La francophonie.
ˇöJim Carr (Manitoba) - Natural Resources.
ˇöM¨¦lanie Joly (Quebec) - Heritage.
ˇöDiane Lebouthillier (Quebec) - National Revenue.
ˇöKent Hehr (Alberta) - Veterans Affairs, and Associate Minister of National Defence.
ˇöCatherine McKenna (Ontario) - Environment and Climate Change.
ˇöHarjit Sajjan (B.C.) - National Defence.
ˇöMaryAnn Mihychuk (Manitoba) - Employment Workforce Development and Labour.
ˇöAmarjeet Sohi (Alberta) - Infrastructure and Communities.
ˇöMaryam Monsef (Ontario) - Democratic Institutions.
ˇöCarla Qualtrough (B.C.) - Sport, and Persons with Disabilities.
ˇöHunter Tootoo (Nunavut) - Fisheries and Oceans, and Canadian Coast Guard.
ˇöKirsty Duncan (Ontario) - Science.
ˇöPatricia Hajdu (Ontario) - Status of Women.
ˇöBardish Chagger (Ontario) - Small Business and Tourism.
Sandra P. 11/4/2015