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Bruce Miller is a politician in Alberta, Canada and former member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta for the constituency of Edmonton-Glenora. He was first elected on November 22, 2004 as a Liberal, but was defeated in his 2008 re-election bid by Progressive Conservative Heather Klimchuk.

He has had a notable career as a churchman, educator and community activist/advocate. He received the Queen’s Jubilee award for community service in 2002.

As MLA, Miller authored a paper on reforming Alberta's welfare system, parts of which form part of the Alberta Liberal Party's 2008 election platform. He was also a member of the Alberta Government's affordable housing task force, which travelled throughout Alberta in 2007 researching the issue of housing.

Miller has also been an advocate for the communities of Edmonton-Glenora. He has presented before Edmonton City Council and the Edmonton Public School Board, representing communities facing major redevelopment projects and the possibility of school closures.

Miller has also served on the Conflicts of Interest Act Review Committee and the Alberta Legislature's Policy Field Committee on Managing Growth Pressures.

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Legislative Assembly of Alberta
Preceded by
Drew Hutton
MLA Edmonton-Glenora
2004-2008
Succeeded by
Heather Klimchuk

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