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Premier Jason Kenney, Calgary-Lougheed

Father, this day we bring our Premier Jason Kenney before your throne of grace and ask that you give him great wisdom and understanding as he serves our province and the citizens of Calgary-Foothills.  Lord, may he lead with true humility and be open to the counsel of others as he determines the direction for the future of our province.  Jesus, watch over him and protect him. May he sense your guidance in all that he does.  In the precious name of Jesus.  Amen.

Jason Thomas Kenney PC MLA is a Canadian politician, currently serving as the 18th Premier of Alberta, serving since 2019, and leader of the United Conservative Party in Alberta since 2017. He was the last leader of the Progressive Conservative Association of Alberta, before the party’s merger with the Wildrose Party and subsequent dissolution later that year. He was elected the Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta for Calgary-Lougheed in a by-election held on December 14, 2017. Premier Kenney began working in politics in the early 1990s as President of the Canadian Taxpayers Federation and in 1997 was elected to Parliament. Mr. Kenney served as Minister for Multiculturalism for eight years in Prime Minister Harper’s government and became Canada’s longest-serving Minister of Citizenship and Immigration. From 2013 to 2015 Mr. Kenney served as Minister of Employment and Social Development,  and in 2015, he served as Minister of National Defence.