Join MLA Greg Clark and members of the Alberta Party Calgary Elbow team for a Meet and Greet benefiting the Calgary Distress Centre. “Blue Monday” is named for what some consider the most depressing day of the year. By drawing attention to it, we hope to shed light on the work of the Calgary Distress Centre and local mental health agencies.
As I look ahead to 2019, I look ahead with optimism. Albertans are resilient people and we’re going to fight through this and make 2019 a lot better than 2018. To you and your family, I wish you a Happy New Year and all the best in 2019.
The only solution to the crisis in Alberta’s energy industry is pipelines. Today’s announcement is typical Ottawa; it’s not what we need, it’s not what we want and it’s not what we asked for. Here’s my take:
For the second year in a row, I’d like to thank the readers of daveberta.ca for voting me as Best Opposition MLA again. I’m truly humbled by the support of readers and Albertans.
Best Opposition MLA of 2018: Greg Clark, Alberta Party MLA for Calgary-Elbow
For a second year in a row, Greg Clark has been voted Alberta’s Best Opposition MLA. With 54.1 percent of the vote, Clark placed ahead of Freedom Conservative Party leader and Strathmore-BrooksMLA Derek Fildebrandt, with 34.4 percent, and United Conservative Party leader and Calgary-Lougheed MLA Jason Kenney, with 11.4 percent.
Want to get some fresh air and get to know your neighbours in Calgary-Elbow? Then why not join my team and I as we connect with residents of Calgary-Elbow during the Winter Holidays. And as an added bonus, if you come out door knocking three times, we’ll give you an awesome Alberta Party T-shirt!
Available times are below:
- Dec. 1: 1pm to 3pm
- Dec. 2: 1pm to 3pm
- Dec. 9: 1pm to 3pm
- Dec. 11: 4pm to 6pm
- Dec. 14: 2pm to 4pm
- Dec. 17: 3pm to 5pm
- Dec. 20: 3pm to 6pm
- Dec. 21: 3pm to 6pm
- Dec. 23: 1pm to 3pm