Premier Christy Clark has appointed a 22-member cabinet after last month’s election.
The list includes 13 men and nine women.
Ten ministers are from Metro Vancouver/Fraser Valley, 12 from Northern B.C., Vancouver Island, and the B.C. Interior.
Three use wheelchairs.
The Okanagan reps in cabinet remain the same with Kelowna Lake Country’s Norm Letnick back as agriculture minster, and Kelowna Mission’s Steve Thomson returning as forests minister.
Vernon-Monashee MLA Eric Foster is back in his position as the Liberal whip.
Shuswap’s Greg Kyllo returns as parliamentary secretary for the BC Jobs Plan.
The legislature will be recalled June 22 at which time the Liberal government is not expected to survive a confidence vote.
Here is the full cabinet list:
Andrew Wilkinson, justice minister and attorney general.
Norm Letnick, agriculture minister.
Stephanie Cadieux, children and family development minister.
Mike Bernier, education minister.
Mary Polak, health minister.
Mike de Jong, finance minister.
Steve Thomson, minister of forests, lands and natural resource operations.
Donna Barnett, minister of state for rural economic development.
Teresa Wat, minister of international trade, minister responsible for the Asia Pacific strategy and multiculturalism.
Shirley Bond, minister of jobs, tourism and skills training, minister responsible for labour.
Mike Morris, solicitor general and public safety minister.
Coralee Oakes, minister of small business and red tape reduction, minister responsible for the liquor distribution branch.
Rich Coleman, energy and mines minister.
Michelle Stilwell, minister of social development and social innovation.
Todd Stone, minister of transportation and infrastructure.
Ellis Ross, minister of natural gas development, minister responsible for housing.
Jas Johal, minister of technology, innovation and citizens’ services.
Sam Sullivan, minister of community, sport and cultural development.
Jordan Sturdy, environment minister.
Linda Reid, minister of advanced education.