Morden-Winkler MLA, Carrie Hiebert, has been given added responsibility within the opposition PC caucus.
In addition to her existing portfolio Housing, Addictions and Homelessness, Hiebert will now also focus on Mental Health. 
Meantime, Doyle Piwniuk, MLA for Turtle Mountain, will take on responsibility for Manitoba Public Insurance and Efficiency Manitoba, on top of his duties as Caucus Whip.

Additional changes to the PC Shadow Cabinet announced by Interim Leader Wayne Ewasko include:

Bob Lagassé, MLA for Dawson Trail, will add Sport, Culture, Heritage and Tourism to his existing responsibility for Francophone Affairs;

Obby Khan, MLA for Fort Whyte, will add Manitoba Hydro and the Public Utilities Board to his existing responsibilities for Finance and the Manitoba Public Service;

Grant Jackson, MLA for Spruce Woods, will assume responsibility for the Education and Early Childhood Learning portfolio;

Konrad Narth, MLA for La Vérendrye, will add Transportation and Infrastructure to his existing responsibility for the Manitoba Liquor and Lotteries Corporation.

“With the wisdom of our veteran MLAs and the energy of our newly elected members, we have a strong team bringing new ideas to the table, challenging Wab Kinew’s tax-and-spend ideology, and being a voice in the legislature for all Manitobans,” said Ewasko in a statement. “Despite having seven years to develop a plan, Wab Kinew’s NDP have yet to show Manitobans that they have any idea on how they’ll deliver and pay for their $3-billion election promises.”