Cabinet

Cabinet is made up of YPM’s team of volunteer staff. Members of the previous Winter Session are eligible to apply for Cabinet.

Members of the 98th Cabinet and Executive at our annual Cabinet Retreat.

Upper Cabinet

  • Ministry of Human Resources
  • Registrar General
  • Ministry of Finance
  • Ministry of Revenue
  • Ministry of Labour
  • Ministry of Government Services

Lower Cabinet

  • Ministry of Alumni Affairs
  • Ministry of Communications
  • Ministry of External Affairs
  • Ministry of Internal Affairs
  • Ministry of Publications
  • Ministry of Public Relations
  • Ministry of Supply and Service
  • Ministry of Reconciliation
  • Whips

Ministry of Human Resources

The Ministry of Human Resources leads YPM’s recruitment efforts, primarily through coordinating and conducting presentations at schools and events.

  • Minister: Jacob Harvey
  • Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister: Charlize Medina

Registrar General

The Registrar General acts as the first point of contact for registrants, communicating information and and answering questions leading up to Winter Session.

  • Registrar General: Marissa Hamlin

Ministry of Finance

The Ministry of Finance focuses on leveraging sponsorships and increasing YPM’s visibility to potential donors.

  • Minister: Alexa Mucyo Kayonga
  • Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister: Emmanuel Olaniyanu

Ministry of Revenue

The Ministry of Revenue focuses on event organization and collaboration with community organizations to support fundraising initiatives for YPM.

  • Minister: James Pruden

Ministry of Labour

The Ministry of Labour prepares and orders the food served to Members during Winter Session.

  • Minister: Beth Graham
  • Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister: Priscilla Kolade

Ministry of Government Services

The Ministry of Government Services books the facilities and transportation used during Winter Session.

  • Minister: Karla Atanacio

Ministry of Alumni Affairs

The Ministry of Alumni Affairs supports alumni engagement by maintaining the alumni database, availing YPM’s documents at the Archives of Manitoba, recruiting clerks, and tending to visiting alumni at Winter Session.

  • Minister: El-Shaddai Nyakilu
  • Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister: Carson Fijal

Ministry of Communications

The Ministry of Communications supports recruitment efforts and corresponds with dignitaries and other youth parliaments to acquire letters of welcome read aloud at Winter Session.

  • Minister: Pearson Montgomery

Ministry of External Affairs

The Ministry of External Affairs connects with organizations, particularly other non-profit organizations and organizations serving youth, to strengthen YPM’s relationships and visibility in the community.

  • Minister: Angela Liu

Ministry of Internal Affairs

The Minister of Internal Affairs works to ensure that all Members have a safe, enjoyable, and comfortable experience at Winter Session. They also plan daily entertainment activities throughout the event.

  • Minister: Leo Davidson
  • Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister: Marit Stokke

Ministry of Publications

The Ministry of Publications creates and publishes the Cookbook, the handbook handed out to Members at Winter Session; and the ACRONYM, YPM’s daily magazine distributed during sittings.

  • Minister: Aasiyah Khan
  • Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister: Fiona Walker

Ministry of Public Relations

The Ministry of Public Relations manages YPM’s social media accounts, liaises with press outlets, coordinates interviews during Winter Session, and composes press releases.

  • Minister of Public Relations: Vaibhav Varma
  • Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister: Emily Gray

Ministry of Supply and Service

The Ministry of Supply and Service manages the sale of YPM merchandise and page tickets at Winter Session.

  • Minister: Jordan Percival
  • Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister: Josephine Zhao

Ministry of Reconciliation

The Ministry of Reconciliation leads the recruitment of Indigenous members, including efforts outside of Winnipeg in northern communities and reserves, and works to create a comfortable environment for Indigenous members at Session.

  • Minister: Marshall Morrisseau

Whips

The Whips keep an account of the whereabouts of Members at Winter Session and ensure that Members arrive to and from destinations in an efficient manner. They also recruit the pages, Cadets, and bagpiper who assist at Winter Session.

  • Armstrong Whip: Hunter Passler-Bates
  • Thompson Whip: Sunny Enkin Lewis