Crosbie Announces Roles for the PC

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(709) 753-6043


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Monday, June 3, 2019

Ches Crosbie, Leader of the Official Opposition, announced Caucus roles and responsibilities today as follows: 


Member Roles and Responsibilities

Ches Crosbie, MHA-Elect, Windsor Lake​: Opposition Leader, Critic for Executive Council

David Brazil, MHA-Elect, Conception Bay East - Bell Island: Opposition House Leader, Caucus Chair, Critic for Natural Resources and Health and Community Services

Barry Petten, MHA-Elect, Conception Bay South: Deputy House Leader, Member, Management Commission, Critic for Transportation and Works

Kevin Parsons, MHA-Elect, Cape St. Francis: Member, Public Accounts Committee, Critic for Fisheries

Paul Dinn, MHA-Elect, Topsail - Paradise: Member, Management Commission, Critic for Advanced Education, Skills and Labour

Tony Wakeham, MHA-Elect, Stephenville - Port au Port: Member, Public Accounts Committee, Critic for Finance, Human Resource Secretariat, Public Service Commission, Office of the Chief Information Officer, and NL Liquor Corporation

Lloyd Parrott, MHA-Elect, Terra Nova: Caucus Whip, Critic for Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation

Jeff Dwyer, MHA-Elect, Placentia West - Bellevue: Critic for Children, Seniors and Social Development and Status of Persons with Disabilities

Lela Evans, MHA-Elect, Torngat Mountains: Critic for Intergovernmental and Indigenous Affairs and Labrador Affairs

Pleaman Forsey, MHA-Elect, Exploits: Critic for Land Resources

Jim Lester, MHA-Elect, Mount Pearl North: Critic for Environment, Multi Materials Stewardship Board, NL Housing Corporation and Francophone Affairs

Loyola O’Driscoll, MHA-Elect, Ferryland: Critic for Service NL, Public Procurement Agency and Workplace NL

Helen Conway Ottenheimer, MHA-Elect, Harbour Main: Critic for Justice and Public Safety and Status of Woman

Craig Pardy, MHA-Elect, Bonavista: Critic for Education and Early Childhood Development

Chris Tibbs, MHA-Elect, Grand Falls-Windsor - Buchans: Critic for Municipal Affairs


“We have a team of talented individuals with diverse backgrounds from all across this province. We are committed to making government work for the interest of the people of the province. We have a duty as Official Opposition to keep government accountable, in a responsible way. Our PC Caucus is well equipped and eager to take on this challenge. We look forward to the swearing-in ceremony and opening of the House of Assembly on June 10, 2019” said Ches Crosbie.




Bradley Russell

Director of Policy and Research

Office of the Official Opposition

(p) 1.709.729.3668
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