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Honourable Danielle Larivee – MLA for Lesser Slave Lake

Heavenly
Father, we thank you for Hon. Danielle Larivee. We pray for a heart that goes
the extra mile and is willing to do the tough stuff. May her desire to see
change for the better, continue to inspire her and others to walk out their
vision. We ask that you would give them the grace and ability to do what is
necessary to implement that change. Amen

Minister of Municipal Affairs

Danielle Larivee was elected to the Legislative Assembly of
Alberta as the Member for the constituency of Lesser Slave Lake on May 5, 2015.
She was appointed Minister of Municipal Affairs and Minister of Service Alberta
on October 22, 2015.

She previously served as a member of the Standing Committee on
Privileges and Elections, Standing Orders and Printing and as a member of the
Standing Committee on Alberta’s Economic Future.

Prior to serving with the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, Ms.
Larivee worked for over 17 years as a registered nurse with Alberta Health
Services. During this time she also spent two years working in home care for
the Driftpile First Nation and two years as a licensed practical nurse (LPN)
instructor with Northern Lakes College.

An active member of her community, she served as treasurer for
her local chapter of Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD) from 2013 to 2015, as
chair of the Lesser Slave Lake Regional Wellness Advisory Committee from 2014
to 2015 and as president of local 315 of the United Nurses of Alberta from 2011
to 2015.

Ms. Larivee holds a bachelor of science in midwifery from the
Midwives College of Utah and a Bachelor of science in nursing from the
University of Alberta. She also is an alumnus of the TUXIS Parliament of
Alberta.

Ms. Larivee, together with her three children, resides in Slave
Lake, a place that she has called home for over 35 years, and community
abundant with rivers and lakes that she enjoys kayaking whenever she has the
opportunity.