Official Opposition Shadow Cabinet (Canada)

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The Official Opposition Shadow Cabinet (French: Cabinet d'Ombre de l'Opposition Officielle) in Canada is composed of members of the main opposition party, Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition, and is responsible for holding the Government to account and for developing and disseminating the party's policy positions. Members of the official opposition are generally referred to as opposition critics, but the term Shadow Minister (which is generally used in other Westminster systems) is also used.

By Parliament[edit]

The membership of the Shadow Cabinet in various parliaments may be found in the following articles:


The current shadow cabinet is composed of members of the Conservative Party, led by Candice Bergen.

Portfolio Critic Deputy
House Leadership Team
Leader of the Opposition
Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada
Candice Bergen Luc Berthold
Quebec Political Lieutenant Richard Martel
Opposition Senate Leader Don Plett Yonah Martin
Opposition Senate Whip Judith Seidman David Wells
Opposition House Leader Gérard Deltell Karen Vecchio
Opposition Whip Blake Richards Alex Ruff
Caucus Chair Tom Kmiec
Caucus-Party Liaison Tim Uppal
Question Period Coordinator Eric Duncan
Shadow Cabinet
Agriculture & Agribusiness Lianne Rood
Canadian Heritage, Official Languages & Quebec Economic Development Alain Rayes
Middle Class Prosperity Erin O'Toole
Employment, Work Development & Disability Inclusion Peter Kent
Environment & Climate Change Dan Albas
Families, Children & Social Development Jamie Schmale
Finance & the National Capital Commission Pierre Poilievre
Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard Richard Bragdon
Foreign Affairs Michael Chong
Health Michelle Rempel Garner
Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship Raquel Dancho
Crown–Indigenous Relations Cathy McLeod
Indigenous Services Gary Vidal
Infrastructure, Communities & Urban Affairs Andrew Scheer
Innovation, Science & Industry James Cumming
Intergovernmental Affairs & Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency Chris d'Entremont
International Development & Human Rights Garnett Genuis
Export Promotion and International Trade Tracy Gray
Justice and the Attorney General of Canada Rob Moore
National Defence Kerry-Lynne Findlay
National Revenue Philip Lawrence
Natural Resources & Canadian Northern Economic Development Agency Greg McLean
Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness Shannon Stubbs
Public Services & Procurement Pierre Paul-Hus
President of the Queen's Privy Council & Shadow Minister for Federal Economic Development Agency for Southern Ontario Marilyn Gladu
Northern Affairs & Federal Economic Development Initiative for Northern Ontario Eric Melillo
Economic Development & Internal Trade Warren Steinley
Small Business & Western Economic Development Pat Kelly
Women and Gender Equality Jagdeep Sahota
Transport Stephanie Kusie
Treasury Board Luc Berthold
Veterans Affairs John Brassard
Digital Government Rachael Harder
Diversity and Inclusion and Youth Kenny Chiu
Labour Mark Strahl
Rural Economic Development John Nater
Special Advisor to the Leader on Tourism Recovery Tony Baldinelli
Special Advisor to the Leader on Mental Health and Wellness Todd Doherty
Ethics Michael Barrett
Housing Brad Vis
Seniors Rosemarie Falk

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