Sask. cabinet shuffle: who went where
Saskatchewan Premier Brad Wall shuffled his cabinet Thursday to name a new finance minister to replace Ken Kravetz, who has said he will not run in the next provincial election.
Brad Wall: Premier
Don McMorris: Deputy premier, Crown investments, Saskatchewan Government Insurance, Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority, Public Service Commission, Lean initiative
Bill Boyd: Economy, energy and resources, Global Transportation Hub, SaskPower
Don Morgan: Education, labour relations and workplace safety, Saskatchewan Workers' Compensation Board
Donna Harpauer: Social services, status of women
Kevin Doherty: Finance
Dustin Duncan: Health
Gordon Wyant: Justice and attorney general, SaskBuilds
Jim Reiter: Government relations, SaskTel, First Nations, Metis and northern affairs, SaskEnergy
Lyle Stewart: Agriculture, Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corp.
Nancy Heppner: Highways and infrastructure, Saskatchewan Gaming Corp.
Christine Tell: Corrections and policing
Jeremy Harrison: Immigration, Tourism Saskatchewan, innovation, trade
Jennifer Campeau: Central services, Saskatchewan Transportation Co.
Mark Docherty: Parks, culture and sport, Provincial Capital Commission
Herb Cox: Environment, Saskatchewan Water Security Agency, SaskWater
Scott Moe: Advanced education
Greg Ottenbreit: Rural and remote health