Both Progressive Conservative incumbent Linda Johnson and Kazim had ended up with exactly 7,015 votes with all 94 polls reporting after the May 5 vote.
According to the recount, Kazim got 7,018 votes and Johnson got 7,012.
Johnson still has the right to challenge the result by requesting a judicial recount, an option she says she and her party are considering.
The recounted tally means the NDP won 54 seats in the election. The Wildrose won 21, the Progressive Conservatives 10, and the Liberals and Alberta Party one each.
Kazim has a master's degree in chemical-environmental engineering.