Scott Moe, Premier of Saskatchewan was voted in on Saturday and sworn in this morning with his new cabinet.

Weyburn-Big Muddy MLA, Dustin Duncan who was quick to announce he would not run for Premier early in the campaign, has remained as Minister of Environment, Minister responsible for the Water Security Agency and SaskPower.

Duncan previously had the responsibility for the Global Transportation Hub. The GTH has now been given to Don Morgan, Minister of Justice and Attorney General.

The other leadership candidates who are MLA's have positions on the cabinet. Gord Wyant is the new Deputy Premier and Minister of Education. Jeremy Harrison who stepped down two weeks after putting his name into the running and backed Moe has become the Minster of Export and Trade Development as well as Minister of Immigration and Careers Training. Tina Beaudry-Mellor is now the Minister of Advanced Education and Minister responsible for innovation Saskatchewan, and Status of Women.Ken Cheveldayoff is now Minister of Central Services and Minister responsible for the Public Service Commission and the Provincial Capital Commission.

Bronwen Eyre, who made some unpopular comments in recent months was former Education Minister and now Minister of Energy and Resources and responsible for SaskWater and SaskEnergy.

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