. Wab Kinew sworn in as 1st First Nations premier of Manitoba « JO LEE MAGAZINE

INDIAN COUNTRY TODAY – Kinew named Nahanni Fontaine as families minister and as minister responsible for gender equity and accessibility. Bernadette Smith was named the new minister of housing, addictions and homelessness. Uzoma Asagwara is the new deputy premier and health minister. It is a heavy load since health care is the main platform of the New Democratic Party campaign. Kinew, who swept to a majority victory in the Manitoba provincial election on Oct. 3, had already made history as the first First Nation provincial premier in Canadian history. Kinew, leader of the New Democratic Party, crushed the governing Progressive Conservatives and leader Heather Stepheson.

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