Kathleen Wynne was officially sworn in as Ontario's first female and openly gay Premier, Monday afternoon at Queen's Park.
There are 10 newcomers in Wynne's 27 member cabinet, including Liz Sandals who takes on the education portfolio.
Here's a list of who will be in charge of what:
Peterborough's Jeff Leal in the new Ministry of Rural Affairs
Sudbury's David Orazietti becomes Minister of Natural Resources
David Zimmer of Toronto takes on the stand alone Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs
Rezi Moridi of Richmond Hill is the Minister of Research and Innovation
Ottawa's Yasir Naqvi, the Liberal party president, is also Minister of Labour
Toronto's Michael Coteau becomes Minister of Citizenship and Immigration
Tracy MacCharles of Scarborough is Minister of Consumer Services
Windsor's Teresa Piruzza is Minister of Children and Youth Services
Mario Sergio of Toronto becomes Minister Responsible for Seniors.
Liberal cabinet ministers moved to other positions by Wynne include:
Premier Wynne is Agriculture Minister
Charles Sousa as Finance Minister
Ottawa's Bob Chiraelli takes on Energy
Brad Duguid leaves energy to become Minister of Training, colleges and Universities
Laurel Broten from education to Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs
Hamilton's Ted McMeekin moves from agriculture to Community and Social Services
Linda Jeffrey takes on Municipal Affairs and Housing and is Chair of cabinet
Eric Hoskins moves to Economic Development, Trade and Employment
Glen Murray becomes Minister of Infrastructure and Minister of Transportation
Michael Gravel moves to Northern Development and Mines.
Ministers staying in their same positions include:
Health Minister Deb Matthews, who also becomes Deputy Premier.
Environment Minister Jim Bradley
Attorney General John Gerretsen
Community Safety and Correctional Services Minister Madeleine Meilleur, also responsible for Francophone Affairs
Government services Minister Harinder Takhar
Government House Leader John Milloy
Minister of Tourism, Culture and Sport Michael Chan.