Since being elected in 2015, Greg Clark has been a fierce advocate for the residents of Calgary-Elbow. Often named the Best Opposition MLA, Greg has been able to push the government on many key issues and also provide a voice in the legislature for his constituents. If you are curious as to What Greg Has Done, please have a look at some of the examples below:
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As your MLA, Greg never missed an opportunity to stand up for energy jobs, questioning the NDP in committee about their lack of action on Bill C-69, and asking nearly 20 questions in the Legislature on everything from bitumen differentials, value-added to the royalty review.
After nearly a year of work, Greg convinced all parties to support his motion to require MLAs to only claim up to the cap. It passed unanimously in March 2016. It set an example to all Alberta public servants that we expect everyone, everywhere in this very difficult time to do what we can to do more with less.
As a father of two daughters attending public school in Calgary-Elbow, education is a priority for Greg. As MLA he fought for smaller class sizes, advocated to ensure options like charter schools remain part of our public education system, stood up for inclusive education, and proudly voted in favour of GSAs.
Greg held four job events in his time as MLA, starting in October 2016. There were speakers who taught attendees interview and resume skills, and how to transition their talents to a new career. There was also a panel of experts who provided information on how to start a new business.
For nearly two years we met with families, communities, stakeholders, child intervention experts, frontline staff and Indigenous leaders across Alberta to develop consensus-based recommendations to improve the health and well-being of children and families.
Greg has advocated for the Springbank Off-Stream Reservoir both inside and the Legislature, where he raised this issue nearly 30 times. He has also pushed hard to remind Albertans why flood mitigation is important.