Greg Weadick: Minister of Advanced Education & Technology

September 2011
Alberta Views;Sep2011, Vol. 14 Issue 7, p33
A biography of Advanced Education and Technology Minister Greg Weadick in Alberta is presented. Born in Fergus, Ontario, Weadick has served as city councilor in Lethbridge for nine years since 1991. Before entering the political arena, he has become an irrigation design consultant and owned several small-scaled businesses in the region.


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