A list of Alberta cabinet ministers
EDMONTON - Here are the members of Alberta Premier Alison Redford's cabinet listed in order of precedence.
Alison Redford, Calgary-Elbow: Premier, President of Executive Council, Chair of Agenda & Priorities.
Thomas Lukaszuk, Edmonton-Castle Downs: Deputy Premier, Chair of Operations Policy Committee.
Doug Horner, Spruce Grove-St. Albert: President of Treasury Board & Minister of Finance.
David Hancock, Edmonton-Whitemud: Minister of Human Services, Government House Leader.
Cal Dallas, Red Deer-South: Minister of International & Intergovernmental Relations.
Diana McQueen, Drayton Valley-Devon: Minister of Environment & Sustainable Resource Development.
Fred Horne, Edmonton-Rutherford: Minister of Health.
Ken Hughes, Calgary-West: Minister of Energy.
Jeff Johnson, Athabasca-Sturgeon-Redwater: Minister of Education.
Verlyn Olson, Wetaskiwin-Camrose: Minister of Agriculture & Rural Development.
Jonathan Denis, Calgary-Acadia: Minister of Justice & Solicitor General, Deputy House Leader.
Doug Griffiths, Battle River-Wainwright: Minister of Municipal Affairs.
Robin Campbell, West Yellowhead: Minister of Aboriginal Relations, Deputy House Leader.
Heather Klimchuk, Edmonton-Glenora: Minister of Culture.
Manmeet Bhullar, Calgary-Greenway: Minister of Service Alberta.
Wayne Drysdale, Grande Prairie-Wapiti: Minister of Infrastructure.
Stephen Khan, St. Albert: Minister of Enterprise & Advanced Education.
Ric McIver, Calgary-Hays: Minister of Transportation, Deputy House Leader
Christine Cusanelli, Calgary-Currie: Minister of Tourism, Parks & Recreation.
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