Minister of Tourism, Parks & Recreation

December 2010
Alberta Views;Dec2010, Vol. 13 Issue 10, p43
The article profiles Cindy Ady, Minister of Tourism, Parks & Recreation in Alberta. It notes that Ady studied communications at Brigham Young from 1975-1979. It points out that he was a self-employment community development consultant and owned a custom home construction business before elected as minister. It adds that he received 11,500 for sitting on the "Idaho-Alberta Transboundary Task Force" in 2007.


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