Official Opposition Shadow Cabinet of the 39th Parliament of Canada

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The Official Opposition Shadow Cabinet of the 39th Canadian parliament is listed below. Members are drawn from the Liberal Party of Canada, and most are members of their parliamentary caucus. The shadow cabinet was most recently shuffled on March 31, 2008.

Liberal Caucus Critics[edit]

Portfolio Shadow Minister
Leader of the Opposition Hon. Stéphane Dion (2006–)
Deputy Leader of the Opposition Michael Ignatieff[1] (2006–)
Critic for the Minister of Agriculture and Agri-Food Hon. Wayne Easter (2006–)
Critic for the Minister for the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency Jean-Claude D'Amours (2007–)
Critic for the Minister of Canadian Heritage, la Francophonie and Official Languages Hon. Denis Coderre (2008–)
Critic for the Canadian International Development Agency Hon. Keith Martin (2007–)
Critic for the Minister of Citizenship and Immigration Hon. Maurizio Bevilacqua (2007–)
Critic for the Cities, Communities and Infrastructure Paul Zed (2007–)
Critic for Competitiveness and the New Economy Sukh Dhaliwal (2006–)
Critic for Consumer Affairs and Consular Services Hon. Dan McTeague (2007–)
Critic for Crown Corporations Borys Wrzesnewskyj (2007–)
Critic for Democratic Reform Brian Murphy (2007–)
Critic for the Minister of the Environment David McGuinty (2007–)
Critic for the Minister responsible for the Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario Ken Boshcoff (2007–)
Critic for the Minister of Finance Hon. John McCallum (2006–)
Critic for the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans Scott Simms (2007–)
Critic for the Minister of Foreign Affairs Hon. Bob Rae (2007–)
Critic for the Minister of Foreign Affairs (Asia-Pacific) Hon. Raymond Chan (2007–)
Critic for the Minister of Health Robert Thibault (2006–)
Opposition House Leader Hon. Ralph Goodale (2006–)
Deputy Opposition House Leader Hon. Marlene Jennings (2008–)
Critic for the Minister of Human Resources and Skills Development Mike Savage (2006–)
Critic for Human Rights Hon. Irwin Cotler (2007–)
Critic for the Minister of Indian Affairs Hon. Anita Neville (2006–)
Critic for the Minister of Industry, Science and Technology Hon. Scott Brison (2007–)
Critic for the Minister of Intergovernmental Affairs Gerard Kennedy (2008–)
Critic for the Minister of International Trade Hon. Navdeep Bains (2007–)
Critic for the Minister of Justice
      and Attorney General
Dominic LeBlanc (2007–)
Critic for the Minister of Labour Hon. Judy Sgro (2007–)
Critic for Multiculturalism Colleen Beaumier (2007–)
Critic for the Minister of National Defence Hon. Bryon Wilfert (2008–)
Critic for the Minister of National Revenue Susan Kadis (2008–)
Critic for the Minister of Natural Resources Omar Alghabra (2007–)
Critic for Northern Development Hon. Larry Bagnell (2006–)
Critic for the Pacific Gateway Don Bell (2007–)
Critic for Public Health, Seniors, Disabled and Social Economy Hon. Carolyn Bennett (2007–)
Critic for the Public Safety Hon. Ujjal Dosanjh (2007–)
Critic for the Minister of the Economic Development Agency for the Regions of Quebec Pablo Rodriguez (2007–)
Critic for the Minister of Public Works and Government Services and Procurement Hon. Mark Holland (2007–)
Leader of the Opposition in the Senate Hon. Céline Hervieux-Payette (2007–)
Critic for Rural Affairs Hon. Charles Hubbard (2007–)
Critic for the Minister of Social Development Ruby Dhalla (2007–)
Critic for Minister for Sport and Vancouver Olympics Hon. Hedy Fry (2007–)
Critic for Status of Women Hon. Maria Minna (2007–)
Critic for the Minister of Transport Hon. Joe Volpe (2006–)
Critic for the President of the Treasury Board Mario Silva (2006–)
Critic for the Minister of Veterans Affairs Hon. Albina Guarnieri (2006–)
Critic for the Minister of Western Economic Diversification Hon. Raymond Simard (2007–)
Critic for Water Francis Scarpaleggia (2007–)
Chief Opposition Whip Hon. Karen Redman (2006–)
Deputy Opposition Whip Marcel Proulx (2007–)

Opposition Shadow Cabinet Committees[edit]

Priorities & Planning[edit]

Economic Prosperity[edit]

Social Justice[edit]

Environmental Sustainability[edit]

Canada & the World[edit]

See also[edit]

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