05 May 2017
CALGARY, AB - Alberta Party Leader Greg Clark has released the following statement on the two-year anniversary of the 2015 General Election:
Today marks the half-way point between the last election and the next, and I wanted to share my thoughts on what I’ve learned, what I’ve accomplished, and what’s left to do in the next two years.
18 April 2017
EDMONTON, AB – The Alberta Party is showing the Wildrose Party how to actually be an effective opposition.
With Brooks-Strathmore MLA and Shadow Finance Minister Derek Fildebrandt’s statement that “social issues aren’t in the top 100 reasons he ran” it has been a curious two weeks of behaviour from the Official Opposition.
29 March 2017
The Alberta Party is denouncing comments made by PC Leader Jason Kenney regarding GSAs yesterday in an editorial board meeting with Postmedia.
In his comments, Mr. Kenney advocates for parents being notified when a student requests to form a GSA or partakes in such a club. The right to students having a GSA was enshrined in law by a bill enacted by the previous PC government in Bill 10.
26 March 2017
The Alberta Party is launching the second phase of a broad listening process across the Province called Bold Ideas. Albertans from all partisan backgrounds are invited to join the Alberta Party for our exciting Centre Together 2.0 event in Edmonton on Saturday May 13th, 2017.
21 March 2017
EDMONTON, AB - As the state of politics in Alberta is in flux, we have seen an increased demand for opportunities to connect with Alberta Party leadership and volunteers. We are hosting events across the Province and are extending an invite to join us to see what we're all about. Events will be held in the following locations:
17 March 2017
EDMONTON, AB - Alberta Party Leader Greg Clark has released the third Alberta Party shadow budget, a detailed plan to once again put our province on a pathway to prosperity.
16 March 2017
EDMONTON, AB - The NDP budget is uninspired, irresponsible and focused only on the short term, says Alberta Party Leader Greg Clark.
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.
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.”
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.