Mr. Ric McIver – MLA for Calgary-Hays

Father, we thank you for MLA, Ric McIver, 
Calgary – Hays.  We thank you for
his desire to be environmentally responsible in the development of Alberta’s Oil
sands and his desire to make it possible for oil companies to continue
operating, creating jobs and prosperity we often take for granted.   Please bless Mr.  McIver with the necessary skills and
resources he requires as he serves the people of Alberta.  May you grant him the wisdom he needs to
fulfill his goals as they line up with your will for this province.   May You further strengthen him and show him
clearly the issues that stand before him as he makes decisions that will affect
the people of Alberta now and in the future.  
In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Ric McIver was elected to his second term as the Member of the
Legislative Assembly for Calgary-Hays on May 5, 2015.

He currently serves as a member of the Special Standing
Committee on Members’ Services.

During his first term he served as Minister of Jobs, Skills,
Training and Labour. He also served as a member of the Treasury Board and as a
member of the Government’s committee on Operations.

As well he had served as Minister of Infrastructure and Minister
of Transportation.

Mr. McIver served the residents of Calgary-Hays as the alderman
on Calgary city council for ward 12 from 2001 to 2010, a span of three terms.
In that time he served on the board of the Alberta Urban Municipalities
Association, the Calgary Police Commission and the Metropolitan Calgary
Foundation. He also served as chair of the Calgary Housing Company.

Mr. McIver became an Albertan on July 26, 1981. He has worked in
the food industry in many different roles, including national sales manager and
sales and marketing manager of different organizations. He has also owned and
operated a food distribution and marketing wholesale business.

He is married to Christine, the founder and CEO of the Kids
Cancer Care Foundation of Alberta. Between them they have four children and two
grandchildren, all living in Calgary.