|Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta|
June 15, 1993 – November 22, 2004
|Preceded by||Alan Hyland|
|Succeeded by||Len Mitzel|
|Born||1944 (age 74–75)|
|Political party||Progressive Conservative Association of Alberta|
|Alma mater||University of Calgary|
Lorne Taylor (born 1944) is a former tenured professor and member of the provincial legislature of Alberta, Canada.
Taylor was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta in the 1993 Alberta general election. He defeated three other candidates including Al Strom of the Social Credit with a large plurality. He won his second term in office in the 1997 Alberta general election, with a larger plurality defeating three other candidates. In 1999 Taylor was appointed to the cabinet as Minister of Science and Innovation. He won his third term in office in the 2001 Alberta general election. This time Taylor won in a landslide defeating two other candidates. He was appointed to serve as Minister of the Environment and retired at dissolution of the Legislature in 2004.
- "Cypress-Medicine Hat Official Results 1993 and 1997 Alberta general election". Alberta Heritage. Retrieved 2008-03-08.
- "Lorne Taylor Biography". Canadian Water Network. Retrieved 2008-03-15.
- "Cypress-Medicine Hat Official Results 2001 Alberta general election". Alberta Heritage. Retrieved 2008-03-08.
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