Common Ground March 17, 2022

Alberta Party

March 17, 2022


Welcome to the March edition of our newly branded Common Ground newsletter.

Fort McMurray-Lac La Biche By-Election Results Statement

Michelle stepped up to the plate with one goal in mind: to effectively represent the residents of this constituency in the Legislature. She and her team ran an engaging campaign and deserve to be recognized and congratulated for their tireless efforts. Congratulations, Michelle, for an exceptional campaign. 

“It is abundantly clear that Michelle has a passion for community and is a respected leader. I door knocked with Michelle and her team, and I was impressed by her tireless work in this by-election. I am proud of the positive, community-focused campaign she ran, and I am grateful she chose to run under the Alberta Party banner.” —Barry Morishita, Alberta Party Leader

“People like Michelle — dedicated, solution-focused, credible, and capable — are the kind of Albertans we want running in 2023 as Alberta Party candidates. We are looking for candidates who are local leaders seeking to make a difference for all Albertans. This by-election was only the beginning of what the Alberta Party will be presenting to Albertans as we aim to lead this province, and we are ready to take the reins if Albertans allow us to do so. Thank you, Michelle, for your perseverance, your voice, and your dedication.” —Sue Timanson, Alberta Party President.

The Alberta Party would like to congratulate Brian Jean on his election victory.

Ethical Politics by Joey Oberhoffner

As we look forward to 2023 and the next General Election in Alberta, it’s worth considering what it means to be an ethical political party, and to campaign with integrity: Click here to read more


On March 3 (Episode 337), Chris Brown from Cross Border Interviews talked with Barry on the biggest issues in Alberta.
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Barry was on 770 CHQR with Shaye Ganam on March 7 to talk about provincial vs municipal bylaws. Listen here


UCP MLA Getson sparks anger for calling local leaders 'children' who may need to 'get spanked'


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