24 June 2017
There are a few occasions in life when the circumstances are right to sit back and think about stuff.
This is one of those times.
You are all here because you are thoughtfully considering the path forward.
You know what you believe in.
You believe in responsible and accountable government spending.
You also believe in compassionate government for those who need a hand up in life, even if it costs a few bucks.
06 June 2017
EDMONTON, AB - Alberta Party Leader Greg Clark released the following statement after the passing of Bill 17, The Fair and Family Friendly Workplaces Act:
18 May 2017
Alberta Party Leader Greg Clark issued the following statement in response to reports of a Wildrose/PC merger:
16 May 2017
EDMONTON, AB - Alberta Party Leader Greg Clark has written to Children’s Services Minister Danielle Larivee to ask that her department brief the Child Intervention panel about Serenity’s case.
13 May 2017
Acknowledge we're on Treaty 6 territory, and that we walk in the footsteps of our Metis brothers and sisters. On a day when we're talking about how to include everyone in our economy and our society it's important to recognize those who have been here for millennia and to work towards reconciliation and inclusion.
Thank you for being here. How many people are at an Alberta Party event for the first time? And how many have been here from the start? If you’ve been here before I want you to find someone who’s new and introduce yourself. Tell them what the Alberta Party means to you and ask them what their hopes and dreams are for our province and our party.
13 May 2017
Do you remember the first time you voted? I remember walking over to the local elementary school with my mom and dad, so excited that I would vote. They were teasing each other about cancelling out each other’s vote – my Mom always voted Liberal and my Dad always voted Conservative so I guess in practical terms they did cancel each other’s votes but they always voted. They did it because they felt they had a responsibility as citizens to vote. And it felt good. I remember feeling like I was really part of things – part of our democracy. And I have never missed an election since then.