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October 19, 2017 – Electoral Boundaries Commission Presents Its Final Report

“Albertans' right to effective representation in government is fundamental to democracy and is protected by the Canadian Constitution,” said Justice Myra Bielby, Chair of the Electoral Boundaries Commission. “The year-long review of Alberta's electoral boundaries was undertaken as required by law, with a view to producing recommendations to the Legislature aimed at ensuring continued effective representation notwithstanding significant population growth in recent years. I thank the hundreds of Albertans who participated over the last year, making representations and providing feedback. Their insight has been invaluable to our process.”

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May 25, 2017 – Electoral Boundaries Commission Releases Interim Report

“Our Interim Report strikes a balance between population numbers and public interest,” said Justice Myra Bielby, Chair of the Electoral Boundaries Commission. “I want to thank the hundreds of Albertans who participated in the review process to this point. The feedback was valuable and informed many of our recommendations. We look forward to receiving further input into our proposed boundary changes in the coming months.”

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February 6, 2017 – Albertans Encouraged to Take Part in Constituency Review by Feb. 8

It’s the last chance for Albertans to provide written or online submissions to the Electoral Boundaries Commission prior to the production of its interim report. Those who would like to have input into redrawing the constituency map are encouraged to submit to by Wednesday, February 8.

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January 19, 2017 – Grande Prairie Public Hearing Cancelled due to Bad Weather

A freezing rain warning issued this afternoon by Environment Canada for the Peace River, Wabasca and Grande Prairie regions has made it unsafe to travel resulting in a cancellation of this evening’s scheduled Electoral Boundaries Commission public hearing in Grande Prairie.

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January 9, 2017 – Albertans Invited to Take Part in Constituency Boundaries Review

Alberta’s population has increased significantly since the last electoral constituency review in 2009/10. This increase is one of many factors being considered by the Electoral Boundaries Commission as it undertakes its review of the provincial electoral constituencies. Another consideration will be input from the public....

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October 31, 2016 – Members named to Electoral Boundaries Commission

The newly named Electoral Boundaries Commission will soon be consulting with Albertans as it undertakes its review of the province’s 87 current electoral divisions...

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Justice Myra Bielby​

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Jean Munn

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Bruce McLeod

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Laurie Livingstone

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Gwen Day

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