Greg Clark, Leader of the Alberta Party Opposition


Greg Clark speaks to Oil and Gas Land Reclamation.

June 6, 2016 – Mr. Clark: Well, thank you very much, Mr. Speaker. Last week the Court of Queen’s Bench ruled that the federal Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act takes precedence over provincial law. Now, this means that money from the sale of bankrupted companies’ assets will go first to the companies’ creditors instead of being used to pay for the cleanup of abandoned or orphaned wells. This will have far-reaching implication for the province’s energy sector and for all Albertans. The current liability rating system is already creating headwinds, and any changes to make it even more stringent could further hurt an industry that’s already suffering. To the Premier: are you considering any changes to the LLR system?

Greg Clark speaks on the Government’s plans to end Predatory Lending

May 19, 2016 – Mr. Clark: Thank you very much, Mr. Speaker. I will open my comments on Bill 15 by saying this. If Bill 15 makes it more difficult for payday lenders to stay in business, if it means that payday lending companies go out of business, good. I think the minister deserves a lot of credit for bringing this bill forward, for listening to stakeholders like Momentum in Calgary and many others.

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