Born in Uganda, Salma Lakhani has been named Canada’s first Muslim Lieutenant-Governor
She has lived in Edmonton for over 40 years, CEO of an early childhood education center. She will be replacing Lois Mitchell as Alberta’s representative to the Queen. Ms. Lakhani has an honors degree in clinical biochemistry from the University of Manchester. In 2005, she was given the Alberta Centennial Medal for outstanding achievements and, in 2012, she was awarded the Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Medal that highlighted her service to Canada. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau told the press Ms. Lakhani is devoted to promoting residents in her community. She invests in young people, new immigrants, women, and families.
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Ms. Lakhani has been recognized for helping steer a committee to help underprivileged women gain access to educational opportunities. She has also mentored young people with English as a second language. As a Lieutenant-Governor, Ms. Lakhani will have various official duties. She will swear in the premier and cabinet in Alberta, sign bills into law, as well as open each session of the legislative assembly. Mr. Trudeau said, “As lieutenant-governor of Alberta, I know she will serve the people of her province and our country well and continue to be a source of inspiration for all Canadians.”
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