Greg Clark, Leader of the Alberta Party Opposition


Greg Clark speaks in emergency Debate on the Deaths of Children in Care.

November 21, 2016 – Mr. Clark: Thank you very much, Madam Speaker, and thank you very much to the Member for St. Albert for her thoughtful comments not just today but for the work that she’s done throughout her career advocating for people who cannot advocate for themselves. It means a tremendous amount for the government front bench and their advocacy.

I really do especially want to thank the hon. Member for Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills for bringing up this issue. I think that the government certainly deserves credit for accepting that this is, in fact, an emergency and worthy of time spent in this House. You know, I think there’s no question that everyone in this House wants to find a solution and that things will get heated and emotional.

Greg Clark speaks on Hon. Peter Eric James Prentice, PC, QC

November 21, 2016 – Mr. Clark: Well, thank you very much, Mr. Speaker. It is an honour to rise to recognize the life and contribution of former Premier Jim Prentice. I want to first send my most heartfelt condolences to his wife, Karen, his daughters, his grandchildren as well as his family and legislative colleagues both in this House and in Ottawa. I also want to remember the three other families who lost loved ones in this terrible tragedy.

Jim’s life was dedicated to serving the people of Alberta and Canada. He believed in the importance of political engagement, whether that was through volunteering in his community as a young man, seeking elected office, or working as a lawyer, where he turned his talents to helping people who needed his expertise.

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