Rebecca Schulz is the MLA for Calgary-Shaw.

She was elected in 2019 and was most recently the Minister of Children’s Services.

In that role, Rebecca fought for and successfully negotiated a fair deal on childcare with the federal government.

The Made-In-Alberta childcare agreement is unique in Canada and critical for seeing Alberta families and children succeed.

Rebecca has also served on Treasury Board and several policy and legislative committees.

She first got involved in politics in 2009 working in the Premier’s Office in Saskatchewan under Brad Wall.

Rebecca then chose Alberta to raise her family and was drawn to the united conservative movement.

She believes unity in the conservative movement is critical – both at the provincial and federal level – to ensure free-market, pro-growth governments can succeed.

Rebecca is an active campaigner and believes that hard work and staying connected with voters – most importantly, door knocking – is the best way to both grow the movement and serve at the ground level.

She lives in Calgary with her husband and two children.

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