As a Party and the Official Opposition Caucus in the House of Assembly, we have a duty to hold the governing party's feet to the fire, to offer alternative courses of action and to be a voice for people in every corner of our province.
PC Caucus in the House
Our Team in the House of Assembly
The seven people elected as members of the Progressive Conservative Caucus are ready to work for you, raising issues that need attention, holding the government to account as we must, and working to make our Party stronger so we are ready to offer the alternative that Newfoundlanders and Labradorians expect.
Overseeing the operations of the Party, and helping to determine its direction, our Provincial Executive Board plays a key role in the work we do. Along with them, the PC Women’s Association Executive Board and the Young PCs Executive Board help to ensure a number of voices are heard.
Through YPC, the young people of Newfoundland and Labrador are bringing a fresh perspective to the issues that matter, getting involved and changing our province for the better. Through YPC, you will gain a firsthand perspective on politics and governance in Newfoundland and Labrador. More than that, you will have a voice and a role in growing our province.
Through the PC Women's Association, women throughout Newfoundland and Labrador are getting involved in the Party, organizing in preparation for elections, building relationships throughout our communities, and making a meaningful difference in our province. Find out how you can get involved.
Defining our organization and the processes we follow, the PC Party Constitution shapes our Party and everything we do. Thus, as the province changes, our Constitution acts as a living document that adapts and is amended from time to time at our Annual General Meetings.