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Nancy Heppner (born 1971) is a current Saskatchewan Party member of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan, first sitting with Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition, and now as a member of the Government of Saskatchewan. Contents 1 Early life 2 Political career 3 References 4 External links Early life She was born in Swift Current, and graduated from high school in 1989. She went on to postsecondary education at the University of British Columbia.[1] Political career Heppner got involved in politics in 1995 door knocking for her father Ben Heppner. In 2000 she became the executive assistant for Member of Parliament Carol Skelton. She then moved on as Question Period coordinator for Stephen Harper until 2005.[1] Nancy worked for the Honourable Bev Oda (Minister of Canadian Heritage; MP for Durham) as her Director of Communications in early 2006. Her father Ben Heppner died from cancer in 2006 and was the previous MLA for Martensville.[2] Heppner won a by-election for the electoral district of Martensville with 77% of the vote on March 5, 2007 for the Saskatchewan Party. She became the first woman in Saskatchewan history to directly succeed her father as a representative in the Legislative Assembly for the same constituency, and the second woman to follow in her father's footsteps as an MLA.[3] Heppner was named Environment Critic by the leader of Her Majesty's Loyal Opposition, Brad Wall on March 12, 2007.[4] Heppner retained her seat in the general election of November 7, 2007, capturing 73.5% of the vote. She was sworn into the new Saskatchewan Party cabinet as Minister of the Environment on November 21, 2007. On Tuesday, June 29, 2010 she was shuffled out of cabinet.[5] References ^ a b "Nancy Heppner biography". Martensville Constituency Office. http://www.nancyheppner.com/index.php?docID=11. Retrieved 2007-03-17.  ^ "Daughter wins dead fathers riding News March 5, 2007". CTV News. http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20070305/sk_byelxn_070305/20070305?hub=Politics. Retrieved 2007-03-17.  ^ "By-election cakewalk for Heppner". The StarPhoenix. http://www.canada.com/saskatoonstarphoenix/columnists/story.html?id=ee86a43c-2dfd-425f-b1ed-c18bb4218fb6. Retrieved 2007-03-17.  ^ "Wall Assigns Critic Duties – Heppner Becomes New SaskParty Environment Critic". Saskatchewan Party. http://www.skcaucus.com/newsroom.html?page=8&news_action=details&news_id=478565B9-802F-1011-73B31C2BC9F2D9A1. Retrieved 2007-03-17.  ^ "Flooded areas tested for tainted wells". CBC News. June 29, 2010. http://www.cbc.ca/canada/saskatchewan/story/2010/06/29/sk-testing-wells-heppner-flooding.html. Retrieved 2010-06-29.  External links Nancy Heppner campaign website Nancy Heppner MLA Martensville website Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan Preceded by Ben Heppner MLA Martensville 2007-present Succeeded by Incumbent v · d · eCurrent members of the Legislative Assembly of Saskatchewan Saskatchewan Party Wall · Allchurch · Bjornerud · Boyd · Bradshaw · Brkich · Cheveldayoff · Chisholm · D'Autremont · Draude · Duncan · Eagles · Elhard · Gantefoer · Harpauer · Harrison · Hart · Heppner · Hickie · Hutchinson · Huyghebaert · Kirsch · Krawetz · McMillan · McMorris · Michelson · Morgan · Norris · Ottenbreit · Reiter · Ross · Schriemer · Stewart · Tell · Toth · Weekes · Wilson · Wyant New Democrat Lingenfelter · Atkinson · Belanger · Broten · Chartier · Forbes · Furber · Harper · Higgins · Iwanchuk · Junor · McCall · Morin · Nilson · Quennell · Taylor · Trew · Vermette · Wotherspoon · Yates Persondata Name Heppner, Nancy Alternative names Short description Date of birth 1971 Place of birth Date of death Place of death