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Lindsay Wilson

A journalist by trade, Lindsay is an award-winning reporter who spent
a decade working in Alberta weekly newspapers before embracing her passion for politics and resource advocacy.
She is currently the president and spokesperson of Alberta Proud – a grassroots advocacy group that stands up for everyday Albertans, the unique entrepreneurial spirit of the province and its western roots. With one of the largest social media followings of its kind in the province and through its umbrella network, the Canada Strong a Proud Network, Alberta Proud reaches millions of people each week. Wrapping everything with a touch of humour and a bold tone, Alberta Proud resonates with everyday Albertans
Growing up on a cattle ranch, Lindsay has also spent many years running businesses and is a mother of three. Lindsay is a graduate of the Mount Royal post-grad journalism program with an English/Communications undergraduate degree from the University of Calgary. Her mentors are many, but most notably her late mother, Beata, who was a refugee from communist Eastern Europe and the late Alberta newspaper giant Jack Tennant.