MLA Colin Piquette, Athabasca-Sturgeon-Redwater

Lord we thank you for
Colin Piquette and ask that you enable him to serve his constituency of
Athabasca-Sturgeon-Redwater with wisdom and faithfulness in our
government.  We thank you for his participation in the Standing Committees
of Members’ Services and the Standing Committee on Alberta’s Economic Future
and ask that you give him wisdom as he serves on those committees.  Lord
watch over Colin, his wife and their two children.  In Jesus’ name. 
Amen.

Colin Piquette was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, representing the constituency of Athabasca-Sturgeon-Redwater, on May 5, 2015.

Prior to serving with the Legislative Assembly, he was an insurance agent representing the Cooperators in Athabasca and Boyle (1999-2001,2011-2015), a consultant with the City of Edmonton’s Respectful Workplace training initiative (2006 to 2011), and an instructor in ethics and law in education for the Faculty of Education at the University of Alberta (2006-2011).
He also spent several years abroad teaching English at post-secondary institutions and foreign language institutes in South Korea (1997-1999,2001-2005). Prior to 1997, he ran a small publishing company, worked as an operator for Celanese Canada, and helped his parents on the family farm in Plamondon.

His extensive community involvement has earned him the Evelyn Kline Memorial Award in Community Development and an Edmonton Chamber of Voluntary Organizations community service learning project grant.
In addition to a bachelor of arts degree in political science he holds a master’s degree in adult education, both from the University of Alberta. Mr. Piquette and his spouse reside in Boyle, Alberta, with their two children.