News

01 Aug

August 2016 Community Newsletter

As I travel around Calgary-Elbow I am impressed with the variety of recreational opportunities that exist within our boundaries. I grew up in this community, yet I continue to find new places to explore and share with my children, and I hope you can too. I...

Greg Clark, MLA, Calgary Elbow, Heritage Day
30 Jul

Heritage Day

Today I invite citizens of Calgary-Elbow and across the province, to recognize and appreciate the wide variety of cultural heritage found in Alberta. Our province has been made stronger by our vibrant cultural communities, and I am proud to celebrate a day where we can...

Stampede Pancakes
18 Jul

Calgary Stampede 2016

The Calgary Stampede is over for another year. I had a great time getting out and visiting the organizations in and around Calgary-Elbow! If you missed my pancake flipping contest with Nenshi, you can see it here. ...

15 Jul

Alberta Rivers Information

As the rain continues to fall and we watch the Elbow River rise, I wanted to share a great website that tracks river flows and reservoir levels. The Alberta River Basins site (also an app called AB Rivers available for iPhone and Android) allows you to set...

01 Jul

July 2016 Community Newsletter

Fort McMurray Fire As I write this the people of Ft. McMurray have just started to return home nearly a month after a narrow escape from the most devastating wildfire in Canadian history. Having spent a lot of time working in Ft. McMurray over the years...

Greg Clark, Calgary Elbow, Canada Day
01 Jul

Canada Day

Today marks the 149th birthday of our great nation, and I couldn’t be more proud to be Canadian! We are a country that is as generous and welcoming as we are vast. Our spectacular geography is only outshone by the tremendous people who inhabit it....

Bethany, Dementia, Greg Clark, Calgary Elbow
20 Jun

Bethany Virtual Dementia Tour

This morning I took part in a virtual dementia simulation hosted by the Bethany Care Society. Losing full function of many senses at once then trying to perform simple everyday tasks was a powerful and frightening experience. Lucky for me it only lasted 10 minutes. It...