Nicholas Milliken is the MLA for Calgary-Currie. Upon being sworn in, he was elected as Deputy Chair of Committees in a vote by all MLAs. In this role he often sits as Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta. Nicholas is a husband, a father, a lawyer, a business owner and a 4th generation Albertan. Prior to public life, Nicholas also volunteered locally and supported charities right in the heart of Calgary-Currie.
Nicholas Milliken and his wife Christine are proud parents to their son Eric and daughter Lauren. Prior to becoming a lawyer and a business owner, Nicholas received a B.A. in Economics, and a B.Com., with distinction, both from the University of Alberta. He then received a law degree from the University of Saskatchewan. After working for an international law firm as a commercial litigator, he started a recruitment company in Calgary-Currie and scaled it up to do business across Canada. This is Nicholas' first time in public office.
Nicholas often volunteers with a local charity based in Calgary-Currie that helps integrate new Canadian children into our community through sport, art, music and fellowship. Nicholas helped this charity raise funds and buy a new ten-seater bus to safely drives our youth to charity programs. He even defended Calgary-Currie residents in court pro bono. He regularly volunteers to give legal advice to constituents. His company, Brolly Legal Recruitment, has supported community events and youth athletic camp BBQ's. Nicholas volunteered on the Richmond Knob Hill Community Association Development Committee for several years and he attends Sacred Heart, in Calgary-Currie, with his family. More than words, these actions showcase his commitment to serve our community.