N. Murray Edwards

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N. Murray Edwards
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Born (1959-12-10) December 10, 1959 (age 54)[1]
Regina, Saskatchewan
Residence Calgary
Nationality Canadian
Education University of Saskatchewan
University of Toronto
Net worth US $ 2.2 billion (est.) (2011)[2]
Spouse(s) Heather Bala Edwards, 1 son

N. Murray Edwards (born December 10, 1959) is a Canadian businessman and a co-owner of the Calgary Flames hockey team. With an estimated net worth of $US 2.2 billion (as of March 2011), Edwards was ranked by Forbes as the 14th wealthiest Canadian and 540th in the world.[3]


Edwards studied at the University of Saskatchewan, graduating with a Bachelor of Commerce (honours), after which he obtained his law degree from the University of Toronto. He would later also receive an honorary Doctor of Laws degree from the University of Saskatchewan. In 2013, he received an honorary law degree from the University of Toronto.

Edwards is married to Heather Bala Edwards and they have one son.

Source of Edwards' Fortune[edit]

Edwards has more at stake in the Canadian oil sands than possibly any other individual. His company, Canadian Natural Resources, has sketched out plans to spend $25 billion to turn the bitumen-bearing sand found in northern Alberta into barrels of crude oil. This media shy lawyer-turned financier also owns big stakes in Ensign Energy, Canada's second biggest oil services company, and Penn West, one of Canada's biggest energy trusts. He also owns Resorts of the Canadian Rockies, which owns Fernie Alpine Resort, Kimberley Alpine Resort, Nakiska, Stoneham Mountain Resort, Mont-Sainte-Anne, and Kicking Horse Resort. He also owns shares of the Calgary Flames hockey team. He also owns over 30% of a management and holding company, Jovian Capital Corp.[4] Edwards is Chairman of the Board of Magellan Aerospace Corporation. He is also the majority holder of Magellan Aerospace, owning ~76% of Common Shares

Edwards School of Business - University of Saskatchewan[edit]

Through a substantial contribution to the University of Saskatchewan in 2007, the College of Commerce was renamed the N. Murray Edwards School of Business.


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