Premier Dwight Ball is not planning major changes to his cabinet as he waits for his new minority government to be sworn in. He’s been speaking to premiers of other provinces with minority governments for guidance. Ball needs to pass the provincial budget before the end of June and that will require opposition support. He plans to keep experienced ministers in their portfolios so they can defend the budget estimates in the House. Ball adds his government will introduce another “interim supply” bill to keep spending going if the main budget gets hung up in the House. NTV’s Michael Connors reports.