Honourable Robin Campbell – MLA for West Yellowhead

Thank You Lord God for Honourable
Robin Campbell and for wisdom as he serves.  
Give him a clear vision as to how he can make a positive difference for
those who require his assistance. 
Prepare him for the next steps he needs to take as he moves toward new
endeavours.   We pray these things in
Your Holy Name, Amen.

Minister of Environment and Sustainable
Resource Development
House Leader

Mr. Campbell was elected to his
second term as a Member of the Legislative Assembly for West Yellowhead on
April 23, 2012. Mr. Campbell was appointed as Minister of Environment and
Sustainable Resource Development and Government House Leader on December 13,
2013. He previously served as Minister of Aboriginal Relations, Deputy House
Leader and as a member of the Treasury Board.

Prior to becoming a Cabinet
Minister, Mr. Campbell served as Chief Government Whip and Deputy Government
Whip. He also chaired the Northern Alberta Development Council.

Mr. Campbell attended
Laurentian University from 1974 to 1978 graduating with a Bachelor of Science.
He spent many years lecturing at Universities and conferences across the
country about labour relations issues.

Prior to entering provincial
politics, Mr. Campbell was the president of the local United Mine Workers of
America and worked as an appeals commissioner with the Workers’ Compensation
Board. He was also a member of the Alberta Labour Relations Board and the Environmental
Protection Advisory Committee.

Mr. Campbell was also a key
participant in the Cheviot hearings, representing the Hinton and District
Chamber of Commerce, Alberta Council for Sustainable Communities and the
Environment and the United Mine Workers.

In the summer of 2013, Mr.
Campbell was recognized by Treaty 7 Management Corporation and supporting
Chiefs for his work with First Nations. During a ceremony in Calgary, Mr.
Campbell was given a ceremonial headdress and the Blackfoot name Mak-Koyii-Sa-Pii,
meaning “Wolf Charger.”

Campbell currently resides in Jasper.