Larivee in May 2015
|Alberta Minister of Children's Services|
January 19, 2017 – April 30, 2019
|Preceded by||Lyle Oberg|
|Succeeded by||Rebecca Schulz|
|Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta for Lesser Slave Lake|
May 5, 2015 – April 16, 2019
|Preceded by||Pearl Calahasen|
|Succeeded by||Pat Rehn|
|Born||May 11, 1974|
|Political party||Alberta New Democratic Party|
|Occupation||Public Health Nurse|
Danielle Marie Larivee (born May 11, 1974) is a Canadian politician who was elected in the 2015 Alberta general election to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta representing the electoral district of Lesser Slave Lake. She defeated incumbent Progressive Conservative MLA Pearl Calahasen, who had served the district since 1989 and was the longest serving incumbent. She is a public health nurse. In 2019 Larivee ran as a candidate in the Alberta election for lesser slave lake and lost to Pat Rehn who belonged to the United Conservative Party (UCP).
Larivee was named to the cabinet as Minister of Municipal Affairs and the Minister in Charge of Service Alberta on October 22, 2015. On January 19th, 2017, Larivee was named Minister of the new Ministry of Child Services, a portfolio previously held by Irfan Sabir. Sabir was retained as the Minister for Community and Social Services. Shaye Anderson was named as the new Minister of Municipal Affairs, filling the vacancy created by Larivee's new appointment. On June 18th 2018 Alberta premier at the time Rachel Notley introduced Larivee role as the Children's Services Minister as well as the minister for the status of women 
2019 general election
|2019 Alberta general election: Lesser Slave Lake|
|United Conservative||Pat Rehn||5,873||57.7%||+0.93%|
|New Democratic||Danielle Larivee||3,676||36.1%||-7.13%|
|Alberta Party||Vincent Rain||381||3.7%||–|
|Total valid votes||10,181||–||–|
|Rejected, spoiled, and declined||58||–||–|
|Eligible electors / Turnout||16,154||63.1%||–|
|United Conservative notional hold||Swing||+4.06|
2015 general election
|2015 Alberta general election: Lesser Slave Lake|
|New Democratic||Danielle Larivee||3,915||43.23%||+37.32%|
|Progressive Conservative||Pearl Calahasen||1,944||21.46%||-27.25%|
|Total valid votes||9,057||100.00%|
|Rejected, spoiled and declined||50|
|Eligible voters / Turnout||20,277||44.91%||+6.07%|
|New Democratic gain from Progressive Conservative||Swing||+32.29%|
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