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Kevin Parsons
Caucus Role: 
MHA for Cape St. Francis; Public Accounts Committee Chair and the Critic for Fisheries
Caucus Bio: 

Kevin Parsons was born in Flatrock, a small community on the Northeast Avalon Peninsula, in 1961. He is the son of former MHA and Progressive Conservative Cabinet Minister, Kevin Parsons Sr., and Mabel Parsons, a public health nurse for 32 years. A graduate of the College of North Atlantic in 1980 with a diploma in Electronics, Kevin worked for IKON Office Solutions for 27 years.

Mr. Parsons’ volunteer involvement stems from a keen interest in sports and concern for his community. Mayor of Flatrock from 2005 until his nomination as the PC candidate for the Cape St. Francis by-election, he has also served as President of the Flatrock Community Centre, the Avalon East Hockey League, and coach of the Holy Trinity High Boys’ Hockey Team. Mr. Parsons also served in various capacities for the Avalon Minor Hockey Association, Flatrock Men’s Softball League and was a former manager and player with the Flatrock Flyers Senior Hockey Team.

Mr. Parsons was elected in the Cape St. Francis by-election on August 27, 2008, and sworn in as the MHA on September 12, 2008. He was re-elected on October 11, 2011.

On October 10, 2014, Mr. Parsons was appointed Parliamentary Secretary to the Minister of Business, Tourism, Culture and Rural Development.

In the general election on November 30, 2015, Mr. Parsons was re-elected to represent the people of Cape St. Francis in the House of Assembly.

On December 18, 2015, he was sworn in as a Member of the House of Assembly and also appointed by PC Opposition Leader Paul Davis to serve as Caucus Chair.

On May 16th, 2019, he was re-elected as the MHA for Cape St. Franics. Mr. Parsons is currently the Official Opposition Critic for Fisheries and Chair of the Public Accounts Committee.

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KevinParsons@gov.nl.ca
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