Brent Rathgeber

Brent Rathgeber

Brent Rathgeber (né le 24 juillet 1964 à Melville, Saskatchewan) est un homme politique canadien ; il est actuellement député à la Chambre des communes du Canada, représentant la circonscription albertaine de Edmonton—St. Albert sous la bannière du Parti conservateur du Canada depuis 2008. Il fut aussi député de l'assemblée législative de l'Alberta de 2001 à 2004 pour Association progressiste-conservateur de l'Alberta.

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Parti conservateur du Canada

John Williams (député)

Député de Edmonton—St. Albert
Actuellement en poste

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