Ray Danyluk

April 2010
Alberta Views;Apr2010, Vol. 13 Issue 3, p31
The article provides information about Ray Danyluk, infrastructure minister of Alberta. He was born in Calgary, Alberta and studied science in the University of Alberta. Prior to politics, he was a school trustee, director of Public School Boards Association of Alberta and president of Elk Point Rural Electrification Association. He was pledged in as minister of infrastructure on January 15, 2010 wherein maintaining standards land-use planning are some of his responsibilities.


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