08 March 2017
EDMONTON, AB - Alberta Party Opposition Leader Greg Clark released the following statement on International Women’s Day:
“Thank you Mr. Speaker, it’s an honour to speak on International Women's Day.
Yesterday my staff and I were talking about the controversies spurred by the reprehensible "red pill" anti-feminist ideology. And of course I was shocked by the entire idea. I have to admit I was shocked to hear about the ingrained sexism that women on my own staff have faced in the recent past.
01 March 2017
Political parties often make big ideological statements about the best things to do. We hear a lot from right-wing parties about the need to cut spending. Left-wing parties talk about raising taxes. Much of this ideology is based in emotion.
What’s often missing from these positions is the voice of reason. The facts. The evidence that those left-wing or right-wing ideas come from some kind of proof. Or at least some kind of proven theory. That’s why the Alberta Party is different. We are the smart and sensible centre. We build policy on good ideas, not just what feels right to us.
27 February 2017
EDMONTON, AB – Alberta is on an unsustainable fiscal path that risks our future prosperity and bold action is required to put our province back on track, says Alberta Party leader Greg Clark.
“As the downturn moves into its third year Alberta is at a crossroads,” said Clark. “We can no longer afford to avoid difficult conversations or to rule anything out, even if it’s politically unpopular. All options should be on the table.”
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.