The United Conservative Party caucus continues to organize themselves under new leader Jason Kenney. Tuesday they released their lists of critics, voices Kenney says will “hold the Notley NDP Government to account”.
Notable appointments include Drew Barnes as Finance and Treasure Board critic, Derek Fildenbrandt’s former role, and Prasad Panda as the Energy critic.
One name noticeably absent from the list though, former leadership hopeful Brian Jean.
Kenney says Brian Jean is focusing on Fort McMurray: “He’s asked for the opportunity to focus on other matters.” #ableg
— Clare Clancy 😷💉X3 🇨🇦🇮🇪 (@clareclancy) October 31, 2017
|File||United Conservative Party Critic|
|Finance & Treasury Board||Drew Barnes|
|Health,Emergency Response & Disaster Preparedness||Tany Yao|
|Infrastructure||Glenn Van Dijken|
|Economic Development, Trade & Jobs||Richard Gotfried|
|Solicitor General||Mike Ellis|
|Environment & Parks||Todd Loewen|
|Municipal Affairs||Pat Stier|
|Community & Social Services,Democracy & Accountability||Nathan Cooper|
|Children’s Services,Status of Women||Leela Aheer|
|Seniors & Housing,Multiculturalism||Prab Gill|
|Indigenous Relations||David Hanson|
|Service Alberta||Scott Cyr|
|Culture & Tourism||Ron Orr|
|Advanced Education||Wayne Anderson|
|Property & Surface Rights||Wes Taylor|
|Electricity & Renewables||Don MacIntyre|
Story by Tricia Kindleman.