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Honourable Dave Quest – MLA for Strathcona-Sherwood Park

Father, bless Honourable Dave Quest
and his family as he serves in the ministry for seniors. Enable him to see the
needs and hearts of the seniors of this province, to have wisdom for solutions
in the issues seniors are facing now and in the future. Thank you for his
dedication to serve as a member of the Legislative Assembly, as well as his
constituency/community. In the name of Christ Jesus.

Associate Minister – Seniors

Dave Quest was elected to his second term as a Member of the Legislative
Assembly for Strathcona-Sherwood Park on April 23, 2012. On December 13, 2013,
he was sworn-in as Associate Minister – Seniors.

In addition to his regular duties as an MLA, Mr. Quest previously served
as a member of the following councils and committees:
  • Standing
    Committee on Families and Communities (Chair)
  • Legislative
    Review Committee
  • Standing
    Committee on Public Accounts (Deputy Chair)
  • Special
    Standing Committee on Members´ Services
  • Ports-to-Plains
    Alliance (PTP) Board of Directors (Alberta Government Representative)
  • Council
    of State Governments-WEST (CSG-WEST)
  • Northlands
    Board of Directors
  • Cabinet
    Policy Committee on Finance (Chair)
  • Standing
    Committee on the Alberta Heritage Savings Trust Fund (Chair)
  • Standing
    Committee on Alberta’s Economic Future
  • Standing
    Committee on Legislative Offices
  • Standing
    Committee on Privileges and Elections, Standing Orders and Printing
  • Select
    Special Information and Privacy Commissioner Search Committee
  • Seniors
    Advisory Council (Chair)
  • Cabinet
    Policy Committee for Health
  • Standing
    Committee on Private Bills
  • Standing
    Committee on Health
  • Select
    Special Auditor General Search Committee
  • Select
    Special Ombudsman Search Committee
Additionally, he carried Bill 12, Body Armour Control Act, 2010;
Bill 46, the Gunshot and Stab Wound Mandatory Disclosure Act, 2009;
and Bill 60, the Health Professions Amendment Act, 2009; and most
recently Bill 201, Scrap Metal Dealers and Recyclers Identification Act,
through the legislative process.

Prior to serving as a Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, Mr.
Quest was the President of a rural General Motors dealership and a shareholder
of an urban one.

Mr. Quest obtained a
business diploma from NAIT in 1985 and served with the Better Business Bureau
of Northern Alberta for 10 years, fulfilling various roles, including director,
chair and director of the Canadian council. As well, he has been awarded a
General Motors Dealer Award of Excellence.