14 February 2017
What are different ways that we can fund Alberta’s future? That’s the question that the Alberta Party asked members and observers who attended our #CentreTogether event in November. Through a series of information sharing, workshops, dialogue, and polling, the group came up with these nine bold ideas - have a read and tell us what you think.
10 February 2017
In November, the Alberta Party launched a bold new statement: we are the centrist party for all Albertans. As Greg Clark said in his speech, Albertans shouldn’t have to choose between two polarizing, bad options; an intolerant right or an irresponsible left. We believe that Alberta is not right wing or left wing. Albertans want leaders who speak their language. Leaders who understand their struggles. And leaders who share their optimism.
08 February 2017
CALGARY, AB - The NDP’s mismanagement of electricity power purchase arrangements cost the provincial Balancing Pool $1.4 billion in the first nine months of 2016, says Alberta Party leader Greg Clark.
07 February 2017
CALGARY, AB – Albertans receiving their first heating and electricity bills since the NDP carbon tax went into effect will be surprised to learn that many people are making a profit on the carbon tax rebate, says Alberta Party leader Greg Clark.
16 December 2016
CALGARY, AB - Alberta Party Opposition Leader Greg Clark has found that the Calgary and District Labour Council (CDLC) is a registered Lobbyist at the same time as they are renting office space from the Alberta NDP. He has written to both the Ethics Commissioner and to Alberta’s Chief Electoral Officer to ask them to investigate.
19 November 2016
CALGARY, AB - November 19, 2016
Good morning. We are certainly living in interesting times in regard to politics and democracy – and that may be an understatement. We see and hear so much suspicion, distrust, anger, divisions, and polarization. There seems to be an inability for people to listen, to hear each other, to recognize other people’s values and views. To see what we have in common and to move forward together. Politics right now seems to be about asking people to choose a side, right or left, those are the only options presented. The AP stands in the centre and I am here to say that we are a very fine option indeed.