|66th General Assembly of Prince Edward Island|
|Leader of the|
|Government||Progressive Conservative Party|
|Speaker of the|
|Members||27 MLA seats|
6 February 1952 – present
20 October 2017 – present
The 66th General Assembly of Prince Edward Island is the 66th sitting of the Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island and the 40th since confederation in 1873. The membership of the assembly was determined by the 2019 Prince Edward Island general election, where the Progressive Conservative Party of Prince Edward Island led by Dennis King won a plurality of seats. With a victory in a November 2020 by-election, King's PCs became a majority government.
Cabinet ministers are in bold, party leaders are in italic, and the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly is designated by a dagger (†).
|Number of members
per party by date
|April 23||July 15||September 3||November 2|
|Membership changes in the 66th Assembly|
|April 23, 2019||See List of Members||Election day of the 2019 Prince Edward Island general election|
|July 15, 2019||Natalie Jameson||Charlottetown-Hillsborough Park||Progressive Conservative||Won in deferred 2019 election extension|
|September 3, 2020||Robert Mitchell||Charlottetown-Winsloe||Liberal||Resigned, after thirteen years in political service for both provincial districts.|
|November 2, 2020||Zack Bell||Charlottetown-Winsloe||Progressive Conservative||Won by–election|
- Ryan, Carolyn (September 3, 2020). "Liberal MLA Robert Mitchell posts that he's stepping down". CBC news. Retrieved September 3, 2020.
- The Legislative Assembly of Prince Edward Island, government website