A Look at Alberta Premier Rachel Notley's First Cabinet

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A Look at Alberta Premier Rachel Notley's First Cabinet


A look at Premier Rachel Notley's cabinet

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EDMONTON - A look at Alberta's NDP cabinet sworn in Sunday:

Rachel Notley (Edmonton Strathcona)

Premier, minister of intergovernmental affairs.

Notley, 51, is serving her third term in the legislature. She has been government house leader and won the party leadership last October. She has a law degree from Osgoode Hall, has worked as labour lawyer and was adviser for the NDP government in British Columbia.

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Brian Mason (Edmonton Beverly-Clareview)

Government House Leader, minister of infrastructure, transportation.

Mason, 61, led Alberta's NDP from 2004-2014. He won his fifth term in the legislature in the May 5 election. He is a former Edmonton city councillor, studied political science at the University of Alberta and drove a city transit bus in the 1980s.

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David Eggen (Edmonton Calder)

Minister of education, culture and tourism.

Eggen, 52, has won his riding three of the last four elections and has served as opposition critic in portfolios including health, environment, and education. He is former executive director of the Friends of Medicare. He was a teacher before entering politics.

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Deron Bilous (Edmonton Beverly-Clareview)

Minister of municipal affairs and Service Alberta.

Bilous, 39, is in his second term in the legislature. He has served as opposition critic for education, municipal affairs, aboriginal affairs, housing, infrastructure, and transportation. He is a former English and social studies teacher. He has an education degree from University of Alberta.

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Joe Ceci (Calgary Fort)

President of treasury board and minister of finance.

Ceci, 57, was a city councillor for 15 years in Calgary advocating for progressive issues and help for blighted neighourhoods. He was a longtime social worker with a master's degree in social work from the University of Calgary.

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Marg McCuaig-Boyd (Dunvegan-Central Peace-Notley)

Minister of energy

McCuaig-Boyd, 62, has been a teacher and administrator with the Peace River School Division for more than two decades. …

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