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Heather Forsyth

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Preceded by  Danielle Smith
Preceded by  Iris Evans
Residence  Calgary, Canada
Succeeded by  Brian Jean
Role  Politician
Preceded by  Danielle Smith
Name  Heather Forsyth
Succeeded by  Brian Jean
Succeeded by  Janis Tarchuk

Heather Forsyth Heather Forsyth named Alberta Wildrose interim leader
Party  Progressive Conservative Association of Alberta

Heather forsyth asks about the kananaskis golf course


Heather Mae Forsyth (born August 1, 1950) is a Canadian politician. She was named interim leader of the Wildrose Party on December 22, 2014, following the defection of the previous leader, Danielle Smith, and eight other MLAs. Forsyth is a former member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta representing the constituency of Calgary-Fish Creek as a Wildrose Alliance representative. She was a Progressive Conservative until she crossed the floor on January 4, 2010. In the Alberta general election, 2012, Forsyth was reelected along with 16 other Wildrose MLAs to form the Official Opposition. Wildrose Leader Danielle Smith appointed Forsyth as Health Critic.

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Heather forsyth makes her last members statement in the alberta legislature



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