We are pleased to announce that we have begun to build our Shadow Cabinet with 11 appointments thus far and more to come.
As a relatively small political party, we face additional challenges when spreading our message, such as struggling to receive coverage in traditional media. Overcoming the obstacles that we face will require us to drastically scale up our external communications, increasing the volume of press releases, official statements, prepared remarks, blogs, social media posts, and more. In order to accomplish this, we will need a large team of articulate, empowered, strong Green voices to speak out on important issues in between election cycles. We need a talented, professional, and diverse shadow cabinet.
Shadow cabinet members will work with volunteers to monitor the proceedings of the legislature, as well as any other relevant public forum for political discussion, such as radio talk shows and larger social media channels. This will provide shadow cabinet members with frequent opportunities and prompts to contribute official statements, unofficial reactions, and general commentary on behalf of the party, establishing Green voices as part of the ongoing political discourse.
We will empower shadow cabinet members to react nimbly and speak out often by minimizing any unnecessary oversight on party communications, particularly outside of election
campaigns. We will also take steps to enable and encourage shadow cabinet members to network with non-partisan policy experts and advocacy organizations. This will help to build relationships that can be leveraged while creating policy and platform, as well as during day-to-day communication activities.
Welcome to the cabinet!
|Democratic Institutions and Reform||Anthony Edmonds|
|Environment & Climate Adaptation||Brie Dukeshire|
|Status of Women||Charlene Boyce|
|Mental Health & Addictions||Emily Fearon|
|Acadian Affairs & Francophonie||Ivan Drouin|
|Health and Wellness||Ivan Drouin|
|Community Services||Jenn Kang|
|Rural Affairs||Jenn Kang|
|L’nu Affairs||Jessica Alexander|
|Minister of Communities, Culture, Tourism and Heritage||Jo-Ann Roberts|
|Labour and Advanced Education||Noah Hollis|
|Labour Skills & Immigration||Rana Zaman|