The Alberta Party Caucus believes in working together with government where we can, and offering alternatives where we differ. The job of opposition is not simply to oppose, but to propose better ideas.

We ask ourselves: What problem are we trying to solve, and how does this make life better for Albertans?

We believe in data-driven decision making, and listening to good ideas regardless of where or who they come from.

We believe that it is possible to care about people, the environment and the economy, to have balanced budgets and a world-class quality of life.

We believe in responsible and accountable government spending.

We believe that our friends and neighbours have the right to chart their own destiny, and no matter who they were born to be, or who they choose to be, they have the right to be treated with dignity, respect and equality.

It is time to think differently. To ask difficult questions and not be afraid of the answers.

Greg Clark

Greg Clark was elected as the Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta for Calgary-Elbow on May 5, 2015.

He currently serves on the Standing Committee for Resource Stewardship and is a Ministerial Panel on Child Intervention.

Prior to his election, Mr. Clark taught business management at the University of Calgary. In 2006 he co-founded the technology consulting firm C3 Associates. The firm earned distinction as one of Alberta Venture’s 50 fast growth companies in 2011 and 2012. C3 Associates was also named one of Canada’s top 250 information technology companies in 2012 and 2013. In 2015, Mr. Clark was named one Alberta’s 50 Most Influential people by Alberta Venture Magazine.

Mr. Clark’s community involvement is extensive. His contributions include being co-chair of the parent council at his children’s school, coach of his daughter’s soccer team, vice-chair of the Distress Centre in Calgary. Following the 2013 flooding in southern Alberta he co-founded the Calgary River Communities Action Group.

Mr. Clark holds an MBA with a specialization in knowledge management and a bachelor of arts in political science.

He and his wife Jessica, have two daughters.

Karen McPherson was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, representing the constituency of Calgary-Mackay-Nose Hill, on May 5, 2015.

She currently serves as chair of the Standing Committee on Private Bills and as a member of the standing committees on Alberta’s Economic Future and Privileges and Elections, Standing Orders and Printing.

She previously served as a member of the Standing Committee on Families and Communities.

Before being elected, Ms. McPherson’s career spanned roles as varied as Collaboration Analyst, Collaboration and E-mail Architect and Manager, Business Continuity Consultant and Business Analyst in Canada, the United Kingdom and the United States, in industries such as Chemicals, Manufacturing and for more than 20 years, in Oil and Gas.

As part of her commitment to contributing to the community Ms. McPherson has served as Secretary for Old Colony Habitat for Humanity in Norton, Massachusetts, a wrangler when Calgary hosted the Juno Awards in 2008 and a judge of the Calgary Youth Science Fair for seven years.

Ms. McPherson has two grown children, a small grouchy dog and enjoys travelling to learn about the world we live in.


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