For the second time since being elected over a year ago, Ontario's Premier Doug Ford has announced a cabinet shuffle. The cabinet is made up of 21 different ministers, including the premier, who handle profiles like health care, education, and finance.\nNews of the shuffle was first announced on Wednesday, June 19 after rumours about the changeup were circulating for a couple of weeks. Among these rumours was speculation that it would be a major shuffle, with over half of the current ministers moving around. However, all of these were just rumours until a swearing-in ceremony involving Ontario's Lieutenant Governor at Queen's Park on Thursday morning.\nNow, following that official swearing-in ceremony Ontario is officially facing a brand new cabinet and the speculation has been confirmed, this change was big. On top of shuffling current ministers, the government has also divided up some existing portfolios and added new ministers.\nHere's the new provincial cabinet, in no particular order:\nMinister of Health/Deputy Premier: Christine Elliot\nMinister of Finance: Rod Phillips (previously Environment) \nMinister of Economic Development, Job Creation, and Trade: Vic Fedeli (previously Finance) \nMinister of Environment, Conservation, and Parks: Jeff Yurek (previously transportation)\nMinister of Government and Consumer Services: Lisa Thompson (previously Education) \nMinister of Children and Social Services Minister: Todd Smith (previously house leader)\nMinister of Tourism, Culture, and Sport: Lisa MacLeod (previously Children and Social services)\nMinister of Education: Stephen Lecce\nMinister of Transportation/Minister of Francophone Affairs: Christine Mulroney (previously Attorney General) \nAttorney General: Doug Downey\nGovernment House Leader: Paul Calandra\nPresident of the Treasury Board: Peter Bethlenfalvy\nMinister for Energy, Indigenous Affairs and Northern Development and Mines: Greg Rickford\nMinister of Labour: Monte McNaughton (previously Infrastructure) \nMinister of Long-term Care: Merilee Fullerton (previously Universities and colleges)\nMinister of Infrastructure: Laurie Scott (previously Labour)\nMinister of Agriculture, Food, and Rural Affairs: Ernie Hardman\nMinister of Seniors and Accessibility: Raymond Cho\nMinister of Natural Resources and Forestry: John Yakabuski\nMinister of Training, Colleges, and Universities: Ross Romano\nAssociate Minister of Mental Health and Addictions: Michael Tibollo\nAssociate Minister of Small Business and Red Tape Reduction: Prabmeet Sakaria\nAssociate Minister of Children and Women’s Issues: Jill Dunlop\nAssociate Minister of Transportation: Kinga Surma\nAssociate Minister of Energy: Bill Walker\nView this post on Instagram One year ago today, Ontario elected a government For The People. Today I joined our all-star PC team to share accomplishments from a year of promises made and promises kept. We're going to keep working hard every day delivering a better future for Ontario. #1YearForThePeople #onpoli A post shared by Doug Ford (@fordnationdougford) on Jun 7, 2019 at 2:23pm PDT\nOne of the biggest shuffles coming out of today was involving the Ministry of Finance. While the post was previously held by Vic Fedeli, the new minister for this position is Rod Phillips, who previously held the Environment portfolio.\nAhead of the official shuffle on Thursday, analysts suggested that shuffling Vic Fedeli only weeks after the Ontario budget was announced on April 11, may indicate that Doug Ford is not confident in the budget that was presented and the direction they are going in. However, none of this has been confirmed by Doug Ford.\nThis is the first big, planned shuffle for the Ontario government. The previous cabinet shuffle came in November 2018, when Jim Wilson resigned over sexual misconduct allegations. Previously he was the Minister of Economic Development, Job Creation and Trade.