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Premier Danielle Smith is a proud Albertan. She is a University of Calgary graduate with degrees in Economics and English. Premier Smith has had a lifelong interest in Alberta public policy and finding the right balance between free enterprise and individual freedom, and the role of government. She was a Member of the Legislative Assembly for Highwood and leader of the Official Opposition.
Before re-entering politics, Premier Smith had extensive experience in the media and in business. Most recently she was President of the Alberta Enterprise Group. Before that she was a radio host with Corus Entertainment for six years.
She married her husband, David in 2006 and together they own and operate The Dining Car, a fully renovated 1940s railcar dining car. She is the proud stepmother of David’s son Jonathan. Premier Smith and David live in High River with their two dogs, Caine and Colt.
Danielle Smith was sworn in as Premier of Alberta on October 11, 2022.
- Dec 04, 2022
MLA for Lac Ste. Anne-Parkland Shane Getson will attend the 2022 Council of State Governments (CSG) National Conference to strengthen trade ties with U.S. state lawmakers.
- Dec 02, 2022
Three MLAs will advance Alberta’s priorities with United States legislative, government and private sector leaders at an upcoming forum.
- Nov 29, 2022
Alberta’s government has introduced proposed legislation to fight federal laws or policies that negatively affect Alberta’s interests.