Cameron Westhead

Cameron Westhead

MLA For Banff-Cochrane

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As a former operating room registered nurse, Cam Westhead knows about health care. Full bio here.

Flood Resiliency

Posted on July 1, 2017

Flood resiliency is an important issue in many communities across Alberta, and I know that it is a top priority here in Canmore, as well. Canmore town council has taken a leadership role on flood mitigation…

2-Year Mark Update

Posted on June 1, 2017

When I ran for election in 2015, there were several priorities in Banff-Cochrane I hoped to address if I were to be elected. Now approaching the two-year mark, I’d like to report on some of the progress…

Smith Creek Wildlife Corridor

Posted on May 1, 2017

There has been much community interest in the designation of the wildlife corridor in the Smith Creek area of the Three Sisters Mountain Village lands. I’ve been following this issue personally, since…

Fall 2018 - Bill 8: Emergency Management Act Fall 2018 - Bill 24: An Act to Recognize AMA Representation Rights. Fall 2016 - Bill 24: Forest and Prairie Protection Amendment Act
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Fall 2018 - Bill 8: Emergency Management Act

The Emergency Management Act provides the legislative framework for local and provincial management and co-ordination efforts to prepare for, mitigate against, respond to and recover from emergencies and disasters. It outlines the roles and responsibilities of the Minister of Municipal Affairs, the…

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Fall 2018 - Bill 24: An Act to Recognize AMA Representation Rights.

An Act to Recognize AMA Representation Rights would amend current legislation to make the AMA the exclusive representative when government consults physicians on compensation and benefits. The AMA would also be the non-exclusive representative regarding other health matters that concern physicians,…

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Fall 2016 - Bill 24: Forest and Prairie Protection Amendment Act

In 2016, Alberta wildfire crews fought more than 1,300 fires. This included the devastating 590,000-hectare wildfire that forced the evacuation of Fort McMurray and many surrounding communities in May, destroyed hundreds of homes and businesses, shut down oil sands operations for a month and…

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