Alison Redford: Premier, and President of Executive Council.
Dave Hancock: Deputy premier and Minister of Innovation & Advanced Education.
Doug Horner: President of Treasury Board and Minister of Finance.
Thomas Lukaszuk: Minister of Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour.
Cal Dallas: Minister of International and Intergovernmental Relations.
Diana McQueen: Minister of Energy.
Fred Horne: Minister of Health.
Ken Hughes: Minister of Municipal Affairs.
Jeff Johnson: Minister of Education, ministerial liaison to the Canadian Forces.
Verlyn Olson: Minister of Agriculture and Rural Development and deputy house leader.
Jonathan Denis: Minister of Justice & Solicitor General and deputy house leader.
Doug Griffiths: Minister of Service Alberta.
Robin Campbell: Minister of Environment & Sustainable Resource Development, and government house leader.
Heather Klimchuk: Minister of Culture.
Frank Oberle: Minister of Aboriginal Relations and deputy house leader.
Manmeet Bhullar: Minister of Human Services.
Wayne Drysdale: Minister of Transportation.
Ric McIver: Minister of Infrastructure.
Richard Starke: Minister of Tourism, Parks and Recreation.
Dave Rodney: Associate minister – wellness.
Teresa Woo-Paw: Associate minister – international and intergovernmental relations (Asia).
Kyle Fawcett: Associate minister – recovery and reconstruction for southwest Alberta.
Greg Weadick: Associate minister – recovery and reconstruction for Southeast Alberta.
Rick Fraser: Associate minister – recovery and reconstruction for High River.
Don Scott: Associate minister – accountability transparency and transformation.
Sandra Jansen: Associate minister – family and community safety.
Steve Young: Associate minister – public safety.
Dave Quest: Associate minister – seniors.
Donna Kennedy-Glans: Associate minister – electricity and renewable energy.
Naresh Bhardwaj: Associate minister - persons with disabilities.
George Vanderburg: Government whip.
Maureen Kubinec: Progressive Conservative caucus chair.