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LETHBRIDGE: Doug Horner, our province's Deputy Premier and Minister or Advanced Education and Technology, is resigning from his post so he can take a run at the Tory leadership.

Local MLA Greg Weadick is the Parliamentary Assistant to Horner for Advanced Education, and he explained that Premier Ed Stelmach will announce Monday how he'll fill the cabinet positions that are vacated by those looking to replace him.

Weadick added that while the decision is in Stelmach's hands, he is confident that he could handle the position, as he's helped Horner with it for roughly a year now.

Horner's only the second Tory MLA to declare his intentions so far, with Ted Morton resigning as finance minister last week so he can try for the top job in the province.



Posted on Friday, February 04, 2011 at 4/17/2014 5:29:01 PM
Source: Patrick Burles-- Country 95 News
 
 
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