The Saskatchewan NDP has shuffled its opposition caucus with the addition of a new MLA from the by-election win in the Regina Northeast constituency.
Yens Pedersen will become the Critic for Agriculture, Environment and the Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation.
NDP Leader Ryan Meili says that together they will provide a strong opposition to hold the Sask Party to account.
Ryan Meili: Leader of the Opposition; Critic for Executive Council and Office of the Premier; Intergovernmental Affairs; Francophone Affairs; Economy and Jobs.
Carla Beck: Deputy Leader; Critic for Education; Early Learning and Childcare; Advanced Education.
Buckley Belanger: Critic for Highways and Infrastructure; Energy and Resources; Forestry.
Danielle Chartier: Critic for Mental Health and Addictions; Seniors; SaskEnergy.
David Forbes: Critic for Ethics and Democracy; Diversity, Equality, and Human Rights; Parks, Culture and Sport; Tourism Saskatchewan.
Warren McCall: Critic for First Nations and Métis Relations; Labour Relations and Workplace Safety; the Workers’ Compensation Board; Public Service Commission; SaskTel; Saskatchewan Gaming Corporation.
Vicki Mowat: Critic for Health; Status of Women; Innovation; Saskatchewan Opportunities Corporation.
Yens Pedersen: Critic for Agriculture; Environment; the Saskatchewan Crop Insurance Corporation.
Nicole Rancourt: Critic for Social Services; Housing; Community-Based Organizations; Saskatchewan Government Insurance.
Nicole Sarauer: Critic for Justice; Corrections and Policing; Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority; the Provincial Capital Commission.
Cathy Sproule: Deputy Whip; Critic for Crown Investments Corporation; the Global Transportation Hub; the Regina Bypass; SaskPower; the Water Security Agency; SaskWater; the Provincial Secretary; SaskBuilds; Central Services; Immigration.
Doyle Vermette: Whip; Critic for Northern Saskatchewan; Associate Critic for First Nations and Métis Relations.
Trent Wotherspoon: Critic for Finance; Municipal Relations; the Provincial Disaster Assistance Program; Associate Critic for the Economy and Jobs