Blaney Appointed deputy critic for Infrastructure And Communities

'The Liberal government made a lot of commitments this campaign. We’re going to hold them to their promises'

North Island – Powell River MP Rachel Blaney was appointed by NDP Leader Tom Mulcair to serve as the Deputy Critic for Infrastructure and Communities and Spokesperson on Multiculturalism in Canada’s progressive opposition.

“I’m honoured to be appointed to the NDP shadow cabinet as the Deputy Critic for Infrastructure and Communities and Spokesperson on Multiculturalism.  Our experienced and united team is ready to get to work on behalf of Canadians as the progressive opposition,” said Blaney. “The Liberal government made a lot of commitments this campaign. We’re going to hold them to their promises.” The complete list of the shadow cabinet is available at www.ndp.ca/shadow-cabinet

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