Conservative Chief Pierre Poilievre has introduced his checklist of parliamentary critics. He is picked Alberta Conservative MP Jasraj Singh Hallan as the party’s new finance critic, pitting him from Deputy Primary Minister and Finance Minister Chrystia Freeland.
Poilievre has appointed 52 critics and a different 37 affiliate critics. But the listing leaves out some really superior-profile Conservatives, this kind of as MP Ed Rapidly — who supported former Quebec leading Jean Charest for the leadership — and Michelle Rempel Garner, who served as management marketing campaign co-chair for Patrick Brown.
Previous Conservative leader Erin O’Toole also was remaining off the record.
Poilievre named Quebec Conservative MP Gérard Deltell as the party’s setting critic. Minister of Natural environment and Local climate Alter Steven Guilbeault is also from Quebec.
Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs, Infrastructure and Communities Dominic LeBlanc will confront off against Ontario MP, former management candidate and outstanding social conservative Leslyn Lewis, who becomes the new infrastructure and communities critic.
Rob Moore, MP for the P.E.I. driving of Fundy Royal, has been named the new justice critic, pitting him towards Justice Minister and Legal professional Normal David Lametti. Defence Minister Anita Anand will do battle with new defence critic MP James Bezan.
The complete Conservative critic record
Digital Federal government — Ben Lobb
Agriculture, Agri-Food and Meals Safety — John Barlow
Canadian Heritage — Rachael Thomas
Crown-Indigenous Relations — Jamie Schmale
Finance and Center Course Prosperity — Jasraj Singh Hallan
Employment, Potential Workforce Enhancement and Disability Inclusion — Tracy Grey
Environment and Local climate Adjust — Gérard Deltell
Families, Children and Social Growth — Michelle Ferreri
Federal Financial Advancement Agency for Japanese, Central and Southern Ontario — Lianne Rood
Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coastline Guard — Clifford Tiny
Overseas Affairs — Michael Chong
Health and fitness — Stephen Ellis
Housing and Variety and Inclusion — Scott Aitchison
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship — Tom Kmiec
Federal Economic Improvement Agency for Northern Ontario (Associate, Crown-Indigenous Relations) — Eric Melillo
Innovation, Science and Industry — Rick Perkins
International Growth — Garnett Genuis
Global Trade — Kyle Seeback
Smaller Company Recovery and Expansion — Brad Vis
Source Chain Problems — Matt Jeneroux
Crimson Tape Reduction — Scot Davidson
Justice and Attorney Typical of Canada — Rob Moore
Civil Liberties — Marilyn Gladu
Mental Health and Suicide Prevention — Todd Doherty
Addictions — Laila Goodridge
Northern Affairs and Arctic Sovereignty Canadian Northern Financial Advancement Agency — Bob Zimmer
Prairie Economic Development (Advisor to the Chief, Overall economy) — Pat Kelly
Pacific Economic Development — Tako van Popta
Activity Financial Advancement Company of Canada for the Areas of Quebec — Richard Martel
National Defence — James Bezan
Nationwide Profits — Adam Chambers
Pure Assets — Shannon Stubbs
Official Languages — Joel Godin
Atlantic Canada Prospects Company — Jake Stewart
Public Safety — Raquel Dancho
General public Services and Procurement — Kelly Block
Unexpected emergency Preparedness — Dane Lloyd
Rural Economic Progress & Connectivity — Dan Mazier
Seniors — Anna Roberts
Tourism — Tony Baldinelli
Transport —Mark Strahl
Treasury Board — Stephanie Kusie
Veterans Affairs — Blake Richards
Females and Gender Equality and Youth — Karen Vecchio
Ethics and Accountable Governing administration — Michael Barrett
Infrastructure and Communities — Leslyn Lewis
Labour — Chris Lewis
Indigenous Expert services — Gary Vidal
Pan-Canadian Trade and Level of competition — Ryan Williams
Hunting, Fishing and Conservation —Blaine Calkins
Democratic Reform — Michael Cooper
Associate Finance and Middle Course Prosperity (Tax Reform) — Philip Lawrence
Affiliate Finance and Middle Class Prosperity (Economical Governing administration) — Marty Morantz
Associate Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard (Recreational and West Coastline) — Mel Arnold
Affiliate Nationwide Defence (Recruitment and Retention) — Shelby Kramp-Neuman
Associate Normal Methods (Nuclear) — Corey Tochor
Affiliate Girls and Gender Equality and Youth — Dominique Vien
Associate Agriculture — Richard Lehoux
Associate Agriculture —Warren Steinley
Associate Canadian Heritage — Kevin Waugh
Affiliate Surroundings and Climate Modify — Robert Kitchen
Associate Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship —Brad Redekopp
Affiliate Indigenous Providers — Larry Brock
Associate Labour — Rosemarie Falk
Associate Ethics and Accountable Govt — Jacques Gourde
Affiliate Veterans Affairs — Fraser Tolmie
Affiliate Transportation — Dan Muys
Affiliate General public Basic safety — Doug Shipley
Associate Formal Languages — Bernard Généreux
Associate International Trade (Adviser to the Leader, Canada/U.S. Relations) — Randy Hoback
Affiliate Justice and Lawyer Typical — Frank Caputo
Chair, Public Accounts — John Williamson
Chair, Governing administration Functions and Estimates — Kelly McCauley
Chair, Entry to Info, Privateness and Ethics — John Brassard
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Previous month, Poilievre unveiled his Commons leadership team — a 9-member group that incorporates two LGBT MPs and one particular of the several persons of colour in the Conservative caucus.
Ontario MP Melissa Lantsman, a lesbian, and Alberta MP Tim Uppal, who is South Asian, now serve as Poilievre’s deputy leaders. Equally supported him in the management race.
Since her election very last calendar year, Lantsman, a previous political staffer, lobbyist and CBC commentator, has been a intense critic of the government’s handling of the COVID-19 file.
Uppal, who represents Edmonton in the Commons, served as minister of condition for democratic reform and afterwards as minister of point out for multiculturalism in previous key minister Stephen Harper’s federal government.
Previous Conservative leader Andrew Scheer, who was also a robust supporter of Poilievre for the duration of the leadership contest, was named opposition House chief.