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13 January 2016

Clark pleased to see his LGBTQ+ motion taken on by NDP

CALGARY - January 13, 2016 -  Alberta Party Leader Greg Clark is pleased to see that his motion, though not debated in the house, has been taken seriously by the Minister of Education.

“My motion was on the order paper this past session, and I was able to share my concerns with the Minister many times during the fall sitting,” said Clark.  “I was proud to argue for my motion, stating that Alberta's Minister of Education needs to step in to impose a uniform policy on any board that does not full implement Bill 10, including an acceptable sexual orientation and gender identity and expression policy, and included a firm deadline of March 31, 2016.”

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12 January 2016

Alberta Party royalties plan focused on sustaining prosperity, continued growth of Alberta's energy industry

CALGARY AB - January 12, 2016 - Understanding the total value Alberta's energy industry delivers to Albertans beyond just royalties and creating policy that attracts investment even in challenging times is key to creating sustained prosperity in Alberta, says Alberta Party leader Greg Clark. 

The complete document, entitled Sustaining Prosperity can be found here.

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07 January 2016

Clark says Records Management report leaves more questions, asks for further investigation

CALGARY, AB - January 7, 2016 - The joint investigation by Alberta’s Information and Privacy Commissioner and Public Interest Commissioner into allegations of improper destruction of records by Alberta Environment and Sustainable Resource Development in the wake of the 2015 provincial election leaves more questions and demands further investigation says Alberta Party Opposition Leader Clark.

“This is why I wrote my letter of May 8th, and submitted a variety of FOIP requests on these particular records,” said Clark. “It was the very first thing I did as an MLA. I only wish the NDP had taken this seriously – perhaps then some of those 344 boxes of records would not have been destroyed.”

Clark called on the Information and Privacy Commissioner to undertake a second investigation. 

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