News

02 Mar

Minister’s Youth Council

The Minister of Education is looking for approximately 32 junior and senior high school students with diverse interests, identities, backgrounds and perspectives from all regions of Alberta to join his Minister’s Youth Council. This council will give students the opportunity to build their leadership skills at...

01 Mar

March 2017 Community Newsletter

Jobs and the Economy I am cautiously optimistic that the Calgary economy has started to rebound after experiencing the highest unemployment rate in over 22 years. While there are tentative signs of growth, we all have friends, family and neighbours who are still coping with unemployment....

07 Feb

MLA Greg Clark holds second Job Event March 4

GETTING BACK TO WORK - JOB SEARCH SKILLS MLA Greg Clark is hosting a FREE energizing and informative event for Calgarians interested in learning techniques to transition their resume and set them apart from the crowd in order to land an interview. Where:  Rutland Park Community Association:...

06 Feb

50 Avenue S.W. Corridor Study

The City of Calgary recently conducted a transportation corridor study of 50 Avenue S.W., between Crowchild Trail and 14A Street S.W. In 2009 it was reclassified as a Parkway under the Calgary Transportation Plan. The objectives of this study were to identify current issues and concerns...

01 Feb

February 2017 Community Newsletter

Protecting Children in Government Care I have heard from many of you who were shocked by the tragic story of Serenity, the four year-old girl who died tragically despite her involvement with Alberta’s child welfare system. I share these concerns and raised the issue several times...

04 Jan

Take Part in Alberta’s Constituency Boundaries Review

Alberta’s population has increased by more than 20% in the last eight years. As a result, we need to review our provincial constituency boundaries prior to the next provincial election. Provincial law directs the Alberta Electoral Boundaries Commission to review the existing boundaries and names for...

02 Jan

January 2017 Community Newsletter

On November 24th I stood in the Legislative Assembly to share the story Rosalind Davis, a Calgarian who lost her partner to Alberta’s fentanyl crisis.  My statement is below. Thank you very much, Mr. Speaker. We're joined today by Rosalind Davis, whose partner, Nathan, tragically died...

01 Dec

December 2016 Community Newsletter

In late October I hosted a career event featuring speakers presenting 21st Century interview and resume skills, transitioning talents to a new career, and starting a new business. The catalyst for the event came from a discussion I had with two of my neighbours. They are...