During his recent announcment, Premier Doug Ford appointed long-standing Dufferin-Caledon representative, Sylvia Jones as tourism, culture and sport minister. Jones grew up on the family farm in Caledon, attended Fanshawe College, where she received a radio broadcasting diploma and was successively elected in the 2007, 2011, 2014 and 2018 elections.

Jones is now responsible for the development and operation of policies and programs related to tourism, arts, cultural industries, heritage sectors and libraries in Ontario.

Cabinet appointments from the Region of York include Christine Elliott (Newmarket-Aurora) as health and long-term care minister and deputy premier, and Caroline Mulroney (York-Simcoe) as attorney general and francophone affairs minister.

Cabinet appointments from the Region of Durham include Peter Bethlenfalvy (Pickering-Uxbridge) as treasury board president, and Rod Phillips (Ajax) as environment, conservation and parks minister.

Cabinet representatives from the City of Toronto include Premier Doug Ford (Etobicoke North) and Raymond Cho (Scarborough North) as seniors and accessibility minister.