After being officially sworn in on Friday, new Premier Alison Redford gets down to business by shuffling the deck in the Legislature on Wednesday.
Alison Redford has already named her Tory leadership rival Doug Horner as deputy premier and stated that Education Minister Dave Hancock will remain government house leader.
But it's not known if she will offer cabinet positions to any of the others who ran against her for the premier's job.
Redford may be looking to add new faces after all of Ed Stelmach's former cabinet ministers supported Gar Mar during the second round of the PC Party's leadership race.
Her new ministers will be expected to carry out several promises she has made, including restoring 107 (m) million dollars that was cut from education funding.