Minister of Human Resources and Social Development (Canada)

Infobox minister office
border = federal_canada
minister = not_prime
office = Minister of Human Resources and Social Development
incumbent = Monte Solberg
appointed_by = Michaëlle Jean
governor = Governor General of Canada
first_minister = Joe Volpe
date = December 12, 2003
The Minister of Human Resources and Social Development ( _fr. Ministre des Ressources humaines et du Développement des compétences) is the Minister of the Crown in the Canadian Cabinet who is responsible for Human Resources and Social Development Canada, the federal department that oversees programs such as Employment Insurance and Canada Student Loans. The Minister is also in charge of Service Canada.

On February 6, 2006, Prime Minister Stephen Harper amalgamated the responsibilities of the Minister of Social Development into this portfolio, and the Minister is now styled the Minister of Human Resources and Social Development.

The current Minister is Monte Solberg.

The Minister is also responsible for the:
*Canada Employment Insurance Commission
*Canada Millennium Scholarship Foundation
*Canada Mortgage and Housing Corporation
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*National Council of Welfare

Ministers

Prior to 2003, responsibilities for this portfolio fell under the Minister of Human Resources Development.



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