Andrew Wilkinson appoints new critics in key portfolios

VANCOUVER (September 23, 2019) – Leader of the Official Opposition Andrew Wilkinson has appointed the following MLAs to new critic portfolios ahead of the upcoming legislative session:

Tracy Redies becomes Critic for Transportation and Infrastructure
Stephanie Cadieux becomes Co-Critic for Finance
Jas Johal becomes Critic for ICBC
Todd Stone becomes Critic for Housing and remains Critic for Municipal Affairs
Jordan Sturdy becomes Critic for Jobs and Technology
Sam Sullivan becomes Co-Critic for Advanced Education

Critic List:

Advanced Education – Sam Sullivan & Simon Gibson

Agriculture – Ian Paton and Linda Larson

Attorney General – Michael Lee

Liquor, Gaming – John Yap

ICBC – Jas Johal

Children and Family Development and Childcare – Laurie Throness

Citizens’ Services & Trade – Steve Thomson

Education – Dan Davies

Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources

Energy and Mines – Tom Shypitka

Oil and Gas Development – Mike Bernier

BC Hydro – Greg Kyllo

LNG and Resource Opportunities – Ellis Ross

Environment and Climate Change – Peter Milobar

Finance – Shirley Bond and Stephanie Cadieux

Forests, Lands and Natural Resource Operations – John Rustad

Rural Development – Donna Barnett

Health – Norm Letnick

Mental Health and Addictions – Jane Thornthwaite

Seniors Care – Linda Reid

Indigenous Relations – Dan Ashton

Jobs and Technology – Jordan Sturdy

Small Business – Coralee Oakes

Labour – John Martin

Multiculturalism – Teresa Wat

Municipal Affairs and Housing – Todd Stone

Public Safety and Solicitor General – Mike Morris

Social Development and Poverty Reduction – Marvin Hunt

Tourism, Arts and Culture – Michelle Stilwell and Doug Clovechok

Transportation and Infrastructure – Tracy Redies


Caucus Chair – Jackie Tegart

House Leader – Mary Polak

Whip – Eric Foster

Deputy Whip – Greg Kyllo

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