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Matt Jeneroux

Matt Jeneroux
MLA for Edmonton-South West
Assumed office
Preceded by first member
Personal details
Born 1981/1982 (age 33–34)[1]
Edmonton, Alberta
Political party Progressive Conservative
Residence Edmonton, Alberta
Alma mater University of Alberta (B.A. 2004)

Matthew James Arthur Jeneroux is a Canadian politician who is an elected member to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta representing the electoral district of Edmonton-South West.[2]

Jeneroux is the first elected member of the Edmonton-South West constituency and also the youngest government provincial politician. He is a father of two young daughters. In spring 2013, one year after being elected, he passed a private member's bill entitled Compassionate Care Leave Legislation (Bill 203), the first of its kind in the history of Alberta. The bill has gone through royal assent and provides a leave of absence for an employee from his/her employer while taking care of a terminally ill loved one.

He currently is also the Youth Secretariat, Chair of the Capital Region Caucus, a member of the Alberta Treasury Board, Chair of Legislative Offices all-party Committee, Chair of Results Based Budgeting for Environment and Resource Stewardship, Chair of Results Based Budgeting for Wellness, a member of Public Accounts committee, Co-Chair of the Alberta Film Advisory Council and Chair of the Government of Alberta's Youth Advisory Panel.

Electoral history

2012 Alberta Provincial Election

2012 Alberta Student Vote results
Affiliation Candidate Votes %
     Progressive Conservative Matt Jeneroux 8505 56.42%
     Wildrose Allan Hunsperger 2714 18.00%
     Liberal Rudy Arcilla 2250 14.93%
     NDP Muriel Stanley-Venne 1298 8.61%
     Alberta Party Bryan Peacock 308 2.04%
Total ' 100%


  1. ^ "Young and old battle for nomination votes". Edmonton Sun, January 16, 2012.
  2. ^ Alberta Election 2012: Riding-by-riding results. The Globe and Mail, April 23, 2012.

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