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|CBC News: Wildrose shadow cabinet to keep eye on property rights, red tape|
Alberta's Wildrose party has unveiled its 21-person shadow cabinet — nearly twice the size of the NDP's 12-member executive.
"Our team will advocate for more efficient government that focuses on people served, not dollars spent," Wildrose Leader Brian Jean wrote in a release.
"It's time to get to work."
Jean will take the role of international and intergovernmental affairs critic, mirroring the portfolio handled by Premier Rachel Notley.
Derek Fildebrandt, the former Alberta head of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation, will be the party's finance critic.
Chestermere-Rocky View MLA Leela Aheer will take the energy critic role, while the Drew Barnes, the Cypress-Medicine Hat MLA who ran for the party's leadership this year, will be health critic.
Drayton Valley- Devon's Mark Smith is the education critic.
The Wildrose shadow cabinet also includes critics focuses on property rights, electricity & renewables, and "red tape reduction."
The party's 21 MLAs were sworn in at a ceremony Monday afternoon.
Wildrose shadow cabinet