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Mike Honours Retiring Mayors in House of Commons Statement

By October 24, 2017April 26th, 2018News

Today in the House of Commons, Mike stood to celebrate the contributions of four local municipal leaders who recently retired from political life:

“Mr. Speaker, last week, Albertans voted in municipal elections, and in Canada’s largest constituency of Edmonton-Wetaskiwin, four outstanding leaders retired after nearly a century of collective service among them.”

Mike rose, on behalf of their shared constituents, to offer appreciation to Mayor Greg Krischke from Leduc, Mayor Camille Berube from Beaumont, Mayor Bill Elliot from Wetaskiwin, and Mayor John Whaley from Leduc County: “These men have been exceptional leaders – impassioned champions for their communities. Along with their council colleagues, they translated that passion into meaningful action, and the lives of the people they served were made better, and will continue to be better, because of their work in office.”

Mike finished his statement by saying; “Greg, Camille, Bill, and John – it has been an honour to serve alongside you. God bless you and your families as you embark on your next adventures.”

Click here to view the statement.