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Here is a list of NDP Premier John Horgan's cabinet, which was announced Tuesday as the New Democrats officially took power. It includes 20 ministers, 10 of whom are women

Premier: John Horgan

Advanced Education, Skills and Training: Melanie Mark

Agriculture: Lana Popham

Attorney General: David Eby

Children and Family Development: Katrine Conroy

Citizens' Services: Jinny Sims

Education: Rob Fleming

Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources: Michelle Mungall

Environment and Climate Change Strategy: George Heyman

Finance and Deputy Premier: Carole James

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

Health: Adrian Dix

Indigenous Relations and Reconciliation: Scott Fraser

Jobs, Trade and Technology: Bruce Ralston

Labour: Harry Bains

Mental Health and Addictions: Judy Darcy

Municipal Affairs and Housing: Selina Robinson

Public Safety and Solicitor General: Mike Farnworth

Social Development and Poverty Reduction: Shane Simpson

Tourism, Arts and Culture: Lisa Beare

Transportation and Infrastructure: Claire Trevena

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