Lynne Lund (née Gallant) was elected to the Legislative Assembly on April 23, 2019 for District 21, Summerside-Wilmot. She is the deputy leader of the Green Party of PEI, and is the opposition critic for Education and Lifelong Learning, and Justice and Public Safety. She also serves as Chair of the Standing Committee on Rules, Regulations, Private Bills and Privileges.
Lund was born and raised in Summerside, and is an avid volunteer with numerous groups and organizations in the Summerside area, including the Summerside Lions Club. She is a mother to two boys and was the owner of a cloth diapering business for many years in Summerside.
Member History Table
|Constituency||Party||Start Date||End Date|
|21-Summerside-Wilmot||Green||April 2019||Current Member|
|Responsibility||Start Date||End Date|
|Official Opposition Whip||2019||January 2021|
|Committee Name||Role||Start Date||End Date|
|Special Committee on Climate Change||Chair||2019||2021|
|Natural Resources and Environmental Sustainability||Committee Member||2019||2021|
|Education and Economic Growth||Committee Member||2020||2021|
|Rules, Regulations, Private Bills and Privileges||Chair||2019||Current|
|Public Accounts||Committee Member||2021||Current|
|Education and Economic Growth||Committee Member||2021||Current Member|