Canadians get a look of Stephen Harper's new line-up this morning when the Governor General swears in is new cabinet.
The announcement begins at 11:15 a-m Eastern Time at Rideau Hall.
Senior Tory officials say the main theme of the "middle-sized" shuffle is continuity and stability.
Look for some of the same faces in their old roles, including Finance Minister Jim Flaherty and Defence Minister Peter MacKay.
Sources say John Baird will be named Foreign Affairs minister to replace Lawrence Cannon, who was defeated in the May 2 election.
Harper will replace ministers who retired or were not re-elected.
The portfolios of Treasury Board, Intergovernmental Affairs, Transport, Veterans Affairs and Sport will be filled with new faces.
Sources also say Harper has ensured a strong presence of women in the new cabinet.
(The Canadian Press)
RT @davidakin: New cabmins so far - Wong, Oliver, Blaney #cab41
Leaving now for Rideau Hall. Let the games begin!
Former health minister arrives #cdnpoli
Leona Aglukaaq just arrived #cdnpoli #cab41
Senator LeBreton arrives #cab41
ALL ministers will be sworn in this AM including those who are keeping their jobs, not just new ministers #cdnpoli
Lisa Raitt and family arrive at Rideau Hall #cab41
Flaherty arrives with family. Fin Min again? #cab41
Jason Kenney arrives at for the Cab shuffle. #cab41
Jason Kenney and Peter Mackay and Bev Oda just arrived. #cab41
Bev Oda is here at Rideau Hall and made it into Stephen Harper's cabinet despite signature issues before the election #cdnpoli
Here comes Stephen Harper #cab41
PM arrives. One reporter says 'everyone rise' and another asks 'where is Julie Couillard?' #cdnpoli
Prime Minister Stephen Harper's new cabinet is arriving at Rideau Hall in Ottawa to be sworn in.
High-profile ministers who are remaining in cabinet include Peter MacKay, Jason Kenny and Bev Oda.
She remains in cabinet despite the controversy over a "no" being added after the fact to a document denying funding to an international aid group.
Some new faces in what the Tories are calling a "middle-sized" shuffle include newly-elected Newfoundland and Labrador M-P Peter Penasue.
He is among those expected to be getting junior portfolios.
(The Canadian Press)
Future cabinet walks into swearing in ceremony.
Baird to Foreign Affairs, Van Loan to House Leader, Clement to Treasury, Paradis to Industry, Oliver to Natural Resources #cab41
Harper's new Cabinet has 39 Ministers.
Harper's cabinet? same faces in same roles ... biggest changes in: Baird in Foreign Affairs, Clement in Treasury, Paradis in Industry
Shea to Revenue, Ashfield to Fisheries, Fantino to Associate Defence, Lebel to Transport, Ed Fast to Trade #cab41
Bernier to State Biz/Tourism, Valcourt to State Atlantic/Francophonie, Blaney to Vets Affairs, Penashue to Intergov Affairs #cab41
Tony Clement new Treasury Board President.
Christian Paradis takes over Industry from Tony Clement.
Bal Gosal to State Sport, Alice Wong to State Seniors, Fletcher to State Transport, Uppal to State Democ Reform,
New Cabinet faces as ministers? Joe Oliver in Natural Resources, Peter Penashue in inter-gov affairs ... rest are junior Parl-Secs #cdnpoli
Large number of Ministers remain in their portfolios. Harper opts for the tried and true.
As expected, John Baird is Foreign Affairs. #cab41
Kenney, Kent, Mackay, Flaherty, James Moore, Ambrose, Raitt, Oda, Ritz, Duncan, Aglukaaq all staying put #cab41
Tony Clement is President of the Treasury Board. He'll have a big job.