Emergency management exercises are critical to building relationships, clarifying roles and processes and strengthening our province’s response during times of disaster.
Minister Madu was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta on April 16, 2019, as the MLA for Edmonton-South West.
A loving husband and father of three, Madu was born and raised in the Southeastern part of Nigeria. There, he attended the University of Lagos and graduated with a Bachelor of Laws Honours degree. He was subsequently called to the Bar in Nigeria. In 2005, he and his wife migrated to Canada.
Madu has been a lawyer for sixteen years, practicing in both Nigeria and Alberta. In addition to running Tisel Law Office with his wife, Emem, he has worked for Legal Aid Alberta, and volunteered with the Edmonton Community Legal Centre and the Lawyer Referral Program of the Law Society of Alberta. Madu also has extensive public service experience, having worked as a senior technical advisor for the Government of Alberta with a focus on legislative and regulatory reviews, operational and strategic public policies, issues management and stakeholder consultation.
In 2009, alongside a team he worked with in the public service, Madu was awarded the Premier’s Award of Excellence in the bronze medal category. He continues to volunteer with Alberta’s Nigerian and Igbo communities.
Kelechi (Kaycee) Madu was appointed as Alberta’s Municipal Affairs Minister on April 30, 2019. As a Nigerian immigrant, Madu has lived the Alberta dream. Now, he’s committed to ensuring that dream is alive and well for others, and will work with Alberta’s municipalities to deliver the services that they rely on to develop and grow as world-class cities.
Government has opened consultation on the rules that govern municipal and school board elections in order to ensure they meet the needs and expectations of Albertans.
Alberta will now allow wood-building construction for up to 12 storeys.
Municipal Affairs Minister Kaycee Madu has tabled legislation to empower municipalities to offer property tax incentives to business owners for machinery and equipment.
Changes are being made to Alberta’s property tax
rules that will ensure cannabis-production facilities
pay their fair share for municipal services.
The government is ensuring libraries remain strong community and learning hubs by maintaining the highest level of direct funding for library boards in the country.
Municipal Affairs Minister Kaycee Madu issued the following statement to mark Fire Prevention Week.
In his address to the Alberta Urban Municipalities
Association, Municipal Affairs Minister Kaycee Madu
announced several red-tape reductions for
municipalities, with the promise of dozens more to