Kevin Smook has experience in municipal politics as a County Councillor with Beaver County since 2013 and he served as the Reeve from 2014-17. He was re-elected to Council in 2017. Kevin is the Chair of the Tofield-Ryley-Beaver West FCSS Board, a Trustee with the Tofield and Area Health Services Foundation, and is a former President of the Chamber of Commerce. Together with wife Sheila, they have four children and opened their own real estate brokerage in 1999.
Kevin has a Communications background and graduated in 1986 from Mount Royal College (Calgary, AB) with a Broadcast Journalism Diploma. In addition, he is the backup "play by play" voice to Tim Ellis on Camrose Kodiak Broadcasts on radio station - New Country 98.1 FM.
“The Municipal Affairs Ministry impacts all Albertans and sets the rules on how municipalities are governed and operate. Given this, it’s important for the Alberta Party to provide feedback, solutions and credit to the Ministry where credit is due”.
Kevin lives in the Camrose riding and believes that Camrose and its surrounding communities have a bright and important role to play in the future of our province. Kevin brings an experienced, strong, positive, and respectful perspective on Rural Alberta.