On June 12, 2014, Ontario Premier Wynne won a majority government with 58 out of a possible 107 seats. In the post-election cabinet shuffle, Premier Wynne replaced long-time veteran Jim Bradley with Glen Murray as the new Environment Minister. Mr. Murray, the former mayor of Winnipeg, was previously responsible for the Transportation and Infrastructure portfolios. Premier Wynne also brought in Bill Mauro as the new Minister of Natural Resources.
Despite the change in Ministers, we expect that various environmental Bills and initiatives already in the pipeline or that died when the provincial election was called in May will feature in next week’s Throne Speech.
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