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
I couldn’t be at the pro-pipeline rally yesterday in Calgary, but on behalf of the Alberta Party and our Alberta Party Caucus, I did send support to the thousands of people who stood up for Alberta’s energy industry.