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Lund, Hon. Ty (Rocky Mountain House) Minister of Infrastructure

LUND, HON. TY (Rocky Mountain House) Minister of Infrastructure.

B. Mar. 31, 1938 in Rocky Mountain House, Alta. Ed. at Alhambra; Red Deer and Rocky Mountain House. A farmer and small businessman. Political Career: Provincial: First elected to the Alta. Leg. g.e. 1989. Re-elected g.e. 1993, 1997 and 2001. Appt'd: Min. of Environmental Protection and Min. resp. for Forests, Parks and Wildlife, Oct. 21, 1994; reappt'd Mar. 26, 1997; Min. of Agriculture, Food and Rural Development, May 25, 1999 and Min. of Infrastructure, Mar. 15, 2001. Mem: Standing Ctee on Private Bills; Standing Ctee on Public Accounts; Caucus Ctee on Agriculture and Rural Affairs; Caucus on the Environment; Caucus on Municipal Statutes Review; Caucus on Forestry and Natural Resources; Caucus on Native Affairs; Caucus on Health; Farming for the Future Council and Environmental Research Trust. Chair, Standing Ctee on Community Services. Municipal: Reeve, Municipal Dist. of Clearwater, 1985-89. Private Career: Dir., Civil Air Rescue Emergency Services (Cdn Air Rescue), 1971-78. Pres. and Sec.-Treasurer: Rocky Mountain Flying Club, 1974-79; Rocky Curling Club, 1972-75 and Lutheran Church. Dir: Northern Alta. Curling Ass'n., 1972-84 and R.E.A., 1977-83. Mem: L.I.D. Advisory Council, 1980-84; Rocky Agricultural Soc.; Kinsmen, 1976-78 and Rotary Int'l. Party: P.C. Address: Leg. Office: 424 Legislature Bldg., Edmonton, Alta., T5K 2B6, (780)427-2080, Fax: (780)422-2722 Riding Office: P.O. Box 1245, 5115 - 50 St., Rocky Mountain House, Alta., T4T 1A9, (403)845-5154, Fax: (403)845-5525; Email: [email protected]

LUND, HON.TY (Rocky Mountain House) Ministre de l'Infrastructure. Néle 31 mars 1938à Rocky Mountain House, Alta. Fit ses études à Alhambra; Red Deer et Rocky Mountain House. Agriculteur et homme d'affaires. Carrière politique: Provinciale: Élu pour la première fois à la légis. de l'Alta. é.g. 1989. Réélu é.g. 1993, 1997 et 2001. Nommé: min. de la Protection environnementale et min. resp. des Fôrets, des Parcs et de la Faune le 21 oct. 1994; renommé le 26 mars 1997; min. de l'Agriculture, de l'Alimentation et du Développement rural le 25 mai 1999 et min. de l'Infrastructure le 15 mars 2001. Mem: Cté permanent sur les Projets de loi d'intérêt privé; Cté permanent sur les Comptes publics; Cté du Caucus sur l'Agriculture et les Affaires rurales; Cté du Caucus sur l'Environnement; Cté de l'examen du Caucus sur les Règlements municipaux; Cté du Caucus sur les Forêts et les Ressources naturelles; Cté du Caucus sur les Affaires autochtones; Cté du Caucus sur la Santé; Conseil de l'agriculture pour l'avenir et Fonds en fidéicommis pour la recherche environnementale. Prés., Cté permanent sur les Services communautaires. Municipale: Prés., conseil municipal de Clearwater, 1985-89. Carrière privée: Dir., Sauvetage aérien du Can., 1971-78. Prés. et sec.-trésorier: Club de vol de Rocky Mountain, 1974-79; Club de curling de Rocky Mountain, 1972-75 et Église luthérienne. Dir: Assoc. de curling de l'Alta. du Nord, 1972-84 et R.E.A., 1977-83. Mem: conseil consultatif L.I.D., 1980-84; Soc. agricole de Rocky; Kinsmen, 1976-78 et Rotary Int. Parti pol.: P.C. Adresse: Bureau Lég.: 424 Édifice de la Législature, Edmonton, Alta., T5K 2B6, (780)427-2080, Fax: (780)422-2722 Bureau Circonscription: C.P. 1245, 5115, 50e rue, Rocky Mountain House, Alta., T4T 1A9, (403)845-5154, Fax: (403)845-5525; Courriel : [email protected]

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