Re-elect Greg Clark – Your Local Calgary Elbow Candidate

Tuesday, March 19th, 2019 | Alberta Party, Calgary-Elbow, Election, Featured

My name is Greg Clark, and I want to continue as your MLA in Calgary-Elbow.

Serving my neighbours has been the honour of my lifetime, and I will work hard to earn your trust again this election. Local representation matters; as the ONLY candidate in Elbow who actually lives in the constituency, I’m able to stand up for your issues, because they’re my issues too.

This election matters for Elbow, and it matters for Alberta. The noisy left and angry right would have you believe that there are only two choices. Either you care about the economy OR you care about people.  I care about both, and I think that most Albertans stand with me.

Please make a commitment to vote in this election. Make this commitment to vote FOR something – a future where Alberta gets back to a balanced budget, moves forward on social issues and doesn’t leave people behind. Let’s do this together! If you’d like to learn more or get involved in my campaign, visit where you can volunteer, get a lawn sign or help financially.

My campaign office is open and we would love to see you!

Monday to Friday from 10am to 8pm Saturday and Sunday 10am to 5pm

2409 33 Ave SW (the old Smiling Buddha Tattoo)

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Campaign Office Opening

Monday, February 25th, 2019 | Alberta Party, Calgary-Elbow, Featured

What a day! Thank you to our neighbours and everyone who came out yesterday to celebrate the launch of the Calgary-Elbow office for Greg Clark. We have an incredible, dynamic and diverse team who really care about our province.

Thank you again, your support really matters!

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Greg Clark and The Alberta Party calls for a curtailment of oil production

Tuesday, November 20th, 2018 | Alberta Party, Featured, Greg In The News

“The Alberta Party’s Greg Clark says the current price of bitumen is creating a ‘national crisis,’ calling for a royalty holiday until oil prices improve.

Clark says it would only be a short-term solution.

‘Desperate times call for desperate measures,’ Clark told 660 NEWS. ‘We are literally giving away our most valuable natural resource for free, I think it’s time for the provincial government to consider curtailing production for at least a short period of time, to increase prices and keep Albertans working.’

The Calgary-Elbow MLA says it’s not about sending a message: it’s about the economics surrounding supply and demand.

‘If you reduce supply, you will increase the price,’ he said. ‘What really needs to happen, longer-term of course, we need to build pipelines. We need them urgently, we’ve needed them for a long time and both the provincial and federal governments have really let us down in land-locking Alberta’s oil.’

He says the dramatic steps would ensure Albertans get the best oil prices possible.

‘The differential in the price that Alberta gets is $40 lower than what we see as the headline price for WTI,’ Clark said. ‘This week Alberta’s heavy oil was trading at $13 dollars a barrel… that is half the price of Coca-Cola at the same volume. It’s just insane that we’re getting so little.’

Read The Full Interview Here

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