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Kevin Van Tighem has had a lifelong commitment to Alberta’s well-being. As a conservationist, author, and the former Superintendent of Banff National Park, Kevin dedicated his professional career to Alberta's betterment.
Born in Calgary, Kevin and his wife Gail raised their three children in Waterton and their property along the Oldman River. His dedication to public service is founded on respect for our communities, land and waters.
Kevin was key in successful efforts of Nature Conservancy of Canada to protect ranching from development pressure. Kevin has also served on the board of the Livingstone Landowners Group.
Bay 2 - 609 Centre Street SE
High River , Alberta, T1V 2C2
Livingstone-Macleod is the western edge of Treaty Seven territory, stretching from north of High River to the U.S. border in Waterton Lakes National Park, and from the spine of the Rocky Mountains to the farmlands west of Highway 2. It includes the Piikani Reserve, Eden Valley and the thriving towns of High River, Nanton, Claresholm, Fort Macleod, Pincher Creek and the Crowsnest Pass. It's the heart of Alberta's ranching heritage and the source of most of southern Alberta's water.
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