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The Legislature grounds from the roof of the building.
Legislature of Alberta


The Legislative Assembly of Alberta is one of two components of the Legislature of Alberta, the other being the Queen, represented by the Lieutenant-Governor of Alberta. The Albertamarker legislature meets in the Alberta Legislature Buildingmarker in the provincial capital, Edmontonmarker. The Legislative Assembly consists of 83 members elected first past the post from single-member electoral districts.

Current members

The current members of the Legislature were elected in the 27th Alberta general election held on March 3, 2008. In the list below, cabinet members' names are bolded; leaders of official parties are italicized.

Member Party Constituency

Progressive Conservative Calgary Shaw

Progressive Conservative St. Albert

Progressive Conservative Calgary East

Progressive Conservative Airdrie-Chestermere

Progressive Conservative Edmonton Mill Woods

Progressive Conservative Livingstone-Macleod

Progressive Conservative Edmonton Ellerslie

Progressive Conservative Calgary Montrose

Progressive Conservative Calgary North West

Liberal Edmonton Centre

Independent Fort McMurray-Wood Buffalo

Progressive Conservative Calgary Nose Hill

Progressive Conservative Lesser Slave Lake

Progressive Conservative West Yellowhead

Progressive Conservative Calgary Fort

Liberal Calgary Varsity

Progressive Conservative Red Deer South

Progressive Conservative Lac La Biche-St. Paul

Progressive Conservative Calgary Bow

Progressive Conservative Calgary-Egmont

Progressive Conservative Strathmore-Brooks

Progressive Conservative Grande Prairie Wapiti

Progressive Conservative Edmonton-Calder

Progressive Conservative Sherwood Park

Progressive Conservative Calgary North Hill

Progressive Conservative Calgary Fish Creek

Progressive Conservative Calgary Cross

Progressive Conservative Dunvegan

Progressive Conservative Battle River-Wainwright

Progressive Conservative Highwood

Progressive Conservative Edmonton-Whitemud

Progressive Conservative Drumheller-Stettler

Liberal Calgary Buffalo

Wildrose Alliance Calgary Glenmore

Progressive Conservative Edmonton Rutherford

Progressive Conservative Spruce Grove-Sturgeon-St. Albert

Progressive Conservative Red Deer North

Progressive Conservative Cardston-Taber-Warner

Progressive Conservative Athabasca-Redwater

Progressive Conservative Calgary Hays

Liberal Calgary McCall

Progressive Conservative Edmonton-Glenora

Progressive Conservative Grande Prairie Smoky

Progressive Conservative Barrhead-Morinville-Westlock

Progressive Conservative Bonnyville-Cold Lake

Progressive Conservative Calgary West

Progressive Conservative Stony Plain

Progressive Conservative Edmonton Castle Downs

Progressive Conservative Rocky Mountain House

Liberal Edmonton-Gold Bar

Progressive Conservative Little Bow

Progressive Conservative Drayton Valley-Calmar

Progressive Conservative Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills

NDP Edmonton Highlands Norwood

Progressive Conservative Cypress-Medicine Hat

Progressive Conservative Foothills-Rocky View

NDP Edmonton Strathcona

Progressive Conservative Peace River

Progressive Conservative Wetaskiwin-Camrose

Progressive Conservative Innisfail-Sylvan Lake

Liberal Lethbridge East

Progressive Conservative Lacombe-Ponoka

Progressive Conservative Strathcona

Progressive Conservative Calgary Elbow

Progressive Conservative Medicine Hat

Progressive Conservative Calgary Lougheed

Progressive Conservative Leduc-Beaumont-Devon

Progressive Conservative Edmonton Manning

Progressive Conservative Edmonton Decore

Progressive Conservative Edmonton Meadowlark

Progressive Conservative Vermilion-Lloydminster

Progressive Conservative Fort Saskatchewan-Vegreville

Liberal Calgary Mountain View

Liberal Edmonton Riverview

Progressive Conservative Banff-Cochrane

Liberal Calgary Currie

Progressive Conservative Whitecourt-Ste. Anne

Progressive Conservative Edmonton Beverly Clareview

Progressive Conservative Lethbridge West

Progressive Conservative Calgary Foothills

Progressive Conservative Calgary Mackay

Progressive Conservative Edmonton McClung

Progressive Conservative Edmonton Mill Creek


Seating plan

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**** McQueen Fawcett Dallas Denis Johnson Doerksen Quest **** Taft Pastoor **** Chase Kang **** **** ****
**** Cao Mitzel Johnston Weadick Drysdale Brown Vandermeer **** MacDonald Taylor Swann Blakeman Hehr **** **** Mason Notley
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**** Ady Groenveld Redford Ouellette Knight Horner Evans Snelgrove Stelmach Hancock Liepert Renner Zwozdesky Tarchuk Goudreau Morton Lindsay
**** Boutilier Marz Olson Rogers Webber Klimchuk Blackett Campbell **** Oberle Fritz Hayden Danyluk Jablonski Prins Horne Sarich
Berger Lund VanderBurg McFarland Rodney Bhardwaj Woo-Paw Bhullar DeLong **** Griffiths Lukaszuk Calahasen Sherman Elniski Amery Benito Jacobs



Official Seating Plan (pdf format)

Standings changes since the 27th general election

Number of members
per party by date
2008 2009
Mar 3 May 15 Jul 18 Sep 14

Progressive Conservative 72 71 70

Liberal 9

NDP 2

Wildrose Alliance 0 1

Independent 0 1
Total members 83 82 83
Vacant 0 1 0
Government Majority 61 60 58 57


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