Marie Renaud

Marie Renaud

MLA For St. Albert

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Ph: 780-459-9113

Prior to her election, Marie Renaud was the Executive Director of the St. Albert-based Lo-Se-Ca (Love Service Care) Foundation, a non-profit organization that provides housing supports and services for people with developmental disabilities. Marie Renaud carries that same spirit of public service with her as MLA for the great constituency of St. Albert. Full bio here.

Spring 2017 - Bill 3: Voluntary Blood Donations Act Spring 2017 - Bill 11: Public Interest Disclosure (Whistleblower Protection) Amendment Act, 2017 Fall 2016 - Bill 29: Vital Statistics and Life Events Modernization Act Fall 2018 - Bill 26: An Act to Combat Poverty and Fight for Albertans with Disabilities
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What Marie Renaud's working on

Spring 2017 - Bill 3: Voluntary Blood Donations Act

Government is introducing legislation that will ban paying individuals for blood donations. If it becomes law, the legislation will: Ban payment to an individual donor; Ban payment for blood donations advertising; Exempt Canadian Blood Service, so they may carry on with existing practices;…

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Spring 2017 - Bill 11: Public Interest Disclosure (Whistleblower Protection) Amendment Act, 2017

Our government wants to ensure that serious wrongdoings in the public sector are both reported and addressed.Often employees are the ones who see things going on that shouldn’t be, and they should be able to report serious problems without having to fear for their job security. This legislation…

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Fall 2016 - Bill 29: Vital Statistics and Life Events Modernization Act

Vital statistics are something that touch all of us at some point in our lives, whether registering a birth, getting married or dealing with a legal name change. Bill 29 supports and enables changes to the way Vital Statistics are created and managed in our province, and are an acknowledgement of the…

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Fall 2018 - Bill 26: An Act to Combat Poverty and Fight for Albertans with Disabilities

The legislation marks the first increase to AISH benefits since 2012. In future years, benefit rates for financial assistance programs, including AISH, Learners Benefits and Barriers to Full Employment supports, would be connected to the Consumer Price Index. Nearly 250,000 Albertans receive support…

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