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Greg Clark

Leader - Alberta Party

Greg Clark is leader of the Alberta Party.

Before entering politics he was an entrepreneur and small business owner. He co-founded the award-winning consulting firm C3 Associates in 2006; C3 was named to the Alberta Venture Fast Growth 50 in 2011 and 2012 and was recognized as one of Canada’s 250 biggest tech companies in 2012 and 2013 by Backbone Magazine.

Greg taught Business Management at the University of Calgary faculty of Continuing Education and is active in the community, co-founding the Calgary River Communities Action group in response to the 2013 flood, was a member of the Tax and Economic Affairs Committee at the Calgary Chamber of Commerce and is past Vice Chair of the Board of Distress Centre Calgary.
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Alberta's Inaction On Climate Change Comes In Threes

Whether we like it or not, the world is using Alberta's development of our oilsands as a proxy in the fight against climate change, in large part because our transparent regulatory reporting system requires Alberta producers to report the impacts of their operations.
06/18/2014 02:01 EDT

A Revised History Of Alberta: 2004 - 2014

It's February 2014. Our strong energy sector has been the envy of the world ever since Greenpeace used our province as an example of responsible resource development because we've reduced our net carbon emissions every year since 2010, in spite of increased production from our oilsands.
02/24/2014 04:59 EST

End of an Era: The Demise of PC Alberta

I'm not the first and surely won't be the last to predict the end of 40+ years of PC rule in Alberta. Their obituary has been written at least twice before; in 1993 when Ralph Klein rescued the PCs in the "miracle on the prairies" and most recently last year when Wildrose drowned in a lake of fire to allow Alison Redford to continue Alberta's Progressive Conservative dynasty.
04/29/2013 05:01 EDT

MRU Performing Arts Cuts: What Kind of Alberta Do We Want?

What sort of society do we want to live in? That's the fundamental question Albertans should ask ourselves after the Redford government's cutbacks to post-secondary education resulted in Mount Royal University cutting several diploma programs, one third of nursing spots, an engineering transfer program, disability studies and performing arts programs.
04/22/2013 04:39 EDT

Post-Secondary Cuts Hurt Alberta's Long-Term Competitiveness

It was almost exactly one year ago today, April 10th, 2012. As the Alberta Party candidate for Calgary Elbow I sat on the stage with Alison Redford at Mount Royal University when she promised $650 million in funding for post-secondary education. The people in the room were understandably excited; they had just heard the premier promise to adequately fund important facilities like MRU because they thought the Premier believed an educated Alberta is a strong Alberta.
04/09/2013 06:16 EDT