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:

Current[edit]

The current shadow cabinet is composed of members of the Conservative Party, led by Andrew Scheer.

Portfolio Critic Deputy
Caucus officers
Leader of the Opposition
CPC Leader
Andrew Scheer Hon. Lisa Raitt
Opposition Senate Leader Hon. Larry Smith Hon. Yonah Martin
Opposition Senate Whip Hon. Don Plett Hon. David Wells
Opposition House Leader Hon. Candice Bergen Chris Warkentin
Opposition Whip Mark Strahl John Brassard
Caucus Chair David Sweet (H)
David Wells (S)
None
Senior parliamentary critics
Agriculture & Agribusiness Luc Berthold
Canadian Heritage & National Historic Sites Peter Van Loan
Democratic Institutions Scott Reid
Employment, Work Development & Labour Steven Blaney
Environment & Climate Change Ed Fast
Families, Children & Social Development Karen Vecchio
Finance & the National Capital Commission Pierre Poilievre
Fisheries, Oceans and the Canadian Coast Guard, and the Asia-Pacific Gateway Todd Doherty
Foreign Affairs Erin O'Toole
Health Marilyn Gladu
Immigration, Refugees & Citizenship Michelle Rempel
Crown-Indigenous Relations & Northern Affairs Cathy McLeod
Infrastructure, Communities & Urban Affairs Michael Chong
Innovation, Science & Economic Development Vacant
Intergovernmental Affairs Alain Rayes
International Development Ziad Aboultaif
International Trade Dean Allison
Justice Rob Nicholson
National Defence James Bezan
National Revenue Pat Kelly
Natural Resources Shannon Stubbs
Public Safety & Emergency Preparedness Pierre Paul-Hus
Public Services & Procurement Tony Clement
Science Matt Jeneroux
Small Business Dan Albas
Status of Women Rachael Harder
Transport Kelly Block
Treasury Board Gerard Deltell
Veterans Affairs Phil McColeman
Youth, Sport and Persons with Disabilities Alexander Nuttall
Other parliamentary critics
Agriculture & Agribusiness (Associate) John Barlow
Atlantic Issues and the Atlantic Canada Opportunities Agency Rob Moore
Ethics Peter Kent
Immigration, Refugees and Citizenship (Associate) Bob Saroya
Seniors Alice Wong

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