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Tracey Perry
PC MHA for Fortune Bay - Cape La Hune; Caucus Whip; Official Opposition Critic for Tourism, Culture, Industry and Innovation, Children, Seniors and Social Development, the Status of Persons with Disabilities, the Status of Women, and Francophone Affairs

Tracey Perry is very committed to ensuring a dynamic future in rural Newfoundland and Labrador. She has over 14 years experience in rural development at the grassroots level, working with individuals, municipalities, community organizations and regional groups.

She holds a Bachelor of Commerce (Co-operative) degree from Memorial University, and upon completion of university in 1993, she returned to her rural hometown of St. Albans where she established and operated TMP Consulting Inc...

Kevin Parsons
PC MHA for Cape St. Francis; Caucus Chair; Official Opposition Critic for Fisheries, Municipal Affairs, Fire and Emergency Services - NL, Service NL, the Government Purchasing Agency, and Workplace NL

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....

Barry Petten
PC MHA for Conception Bay South; Member of the Public Accounts Committee; Official Opposition Critic for Transportation and Works, Advanced Education, Skills and Labour, Environment and Climate Change, and the Multi-Materials Stewardship Board

Barry Petten attended high school at Queen Elizabeth Regional High in Conception Bay South where he currently resides. He then went on to do post secondary education at the College of the North Atlantic.

Barry has been very involved in his community, where he served on the Board of NL Association of Social Workers for one year, spent 20 years counselling people with mental health issues, and served 6 years as a commissioner with the Eastern Region Municipal Appeals Board. He was...

Jim Lester
PC MHA for Mount Pearl North; Official Opposition Critic for Lands and Wildlife (includes Forestry, Crown Lands and Agrifoods) and Newfoundland and Labrador Housing Corporation

Jim Lester and his wife Michelle grew up and went to school in Mount Pearl. They had three children, Samantha, John, and Caleb who also go to school in Mount Pearl.

The family owns and operates Lester’s Farm Inc. Their farm is entirely of their own creation and consists of Lester’s Farm Chalet – Newfoundland and Labrador’s premier agritourism destination, an innovative Aquaponics Food Production System that consists of the most advanced design worldwide. They also operate an...

David Brazil
PC MHA for Conception Bay East-Bell Island; Official Opposition Leader; Chair of the Public Accounts Committee; Official Opposition Critic for Health and Community Services, and Education and Early Childhood Development

A graduate of Memorial University, CONA and York University, Mr. Brazil has been an independent business owner, has worked in the non-profit sector and has been a senior manager with the Provincial Government for the past 26 years. He has worked for the departments of Human Resources, Labour and Employment, Health and Community Services, Tourism, Culture and Recreation, Education and Municipal Affairs.

Mr. Brazil has extensive experience and knowledge particularly in dealing with...

Keith Hutchings
PC MHA for Ferryland; Opposition House Leader; Member of the House of Assembly Management Commission; Official Opposition Critic for Finance, the Human Resource Secretariat, Intergovernmental Affairs, Natural Resources, the Newfoundland and Labrador Liquor Corporation, the Office of the Chief Information Officer, and the Public Service Commission

Mr. Hutchings was born the youngest of six children and grew up in the small community of Mobile on the Southern Shore. Keith attended St. Bernard’s Elementary School in Witless Bay and Mobile Central High. He has been active in the sporting community through coaching, volunteering, serving on various sporting executives and chairing various fundraising events.

Mr. Hutchings graduated from Memorial University with a Bachelor of Arts, majoring in Political Science and he obtained a...

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