Norman Conrad

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Norman Charles Conrad (born 1947) is a Canadian lawyer, politician and author.


Conrad ran for a seat in the House of Commons of Canada as a Green Party of Canada candidate in the 1988 federal election. He ran in the Calgary Centre electoral district. He placed fifth out of seven candidates with 670 votes.[1]

After the federal election Conrad and his supporters believed there should be a Green Party registered on the provincial level. He led the effort to get the Green Party of Alberta registered by Elections Alberta. After the party became registered in 1990 he moved out of the province.[2]

Published writings[edit]

  • Conrad, Norman (1999). Reading the Entrails: An Alberta Ecohistory. University of Calgary Press. ISBN 1-55238-012-2.


  1. ^ "History of Federal Ridings Calgary Centre 1988". Parliament of Canada. Retrieved 2008-04-18.
  2. ^ "Appreciation". Green Party of Alberta. Archived from the original on 2008-02-12. Retrieved 2008-04-18.
Party political offices
Preceded by
New party
Leader of the Alberta Greens
Succeeded by
Betty Paschen