David Alward — premier, minister of intergovernmental affairs, minister responsible for aboriginal affairs.
Paul Robichaud — deputy premier, government house leader, minister of natural resources.
Hugh (Ted) Flemming — minister of health and attorney general.
Troy Lifford — minister of justice.
Bruce Northrup — minister of public safety and solicitor general.
Blaine Higgs — minister of finance, minister responsible for the New Brunswick Liquor Corp., minister responsible for the New Brunswick Investment Management Corp., minister responsible for the New Brunswick Lotteries and Gaming Corp., chairman of the board of management.
Marie-Claude Blais — minister of education and early childhood development, minister responsible for women's equality.
Michael Olscamp — minister of agriculture, aquaculture and fisheries.
Jody Carr — minister of post-secondary education, training and labour.
Craig Leonard — minister of energy and mines.
Bruce Fitch — minister of economic development, minister responsible for Invest New Brunswick.
Susan Stultz — minister of government services (responsible for Service New Brunswick and the New Brunswick Internal Services Agency).
Dorothy Shephard — minister of healthy and inclusive communities.
Danny Soucy —minister of environment and local government, minister responsible for Efficiency New Brunswick.
Robert Trevors —minister of human resources.
Madeleine (Mado) Dube — minister of social development.
Trevor Holder — minister of tourism, heritage and culture.
Claude Williams — minister of transportation and infrastructure.Suggest a correction