Nolan Crouse


Nolan Crouse

Nolan Crouse is a native Albertan, with a variety of public and private sector leadership experiences. Nolan spent 35 years in the Forest Products Industry in Canada and the US.

Nolan holds an MBA in Community Economic Development and this forms the basis for his passion for public service having served as Mayor of St. Albert for 10 years. He also served as Capital Region Board Chair for 5 years.

He is a Queens Jubilee Award recipient, a John Bates Pulp and Paper Award recipient, and holds the prestigious “Key to the City” for his community work in Wilkes Barre, Pennsylvania.

Nolan’s community involvement includes the United Way, Arctic Games, Canada Games, 31 years of coaching hockey including 3 years with Fort Saskatchewan and Brooks in the Alberta Junior Hockey League.

He and his wife Gwen have three adult children and five grandchildren.