Hannah Wilson and Justin Trudeau are the only team with a real plan to grow our economy, protect people’s health, protect a clean environment, and make life better for families right here in our community.Read more
Raised on the family farm/ranch north of Hanna, Alberta, Glen relocated to Medicine Hat to attend Hillcrest Christian College, where he met and later married his wife Sue. In 1980, he began his policing career with the Medicine Hat Police Service (MHPS) and served in various capacities including Patrols, Intel, Major Crimes, Professional Standards and the Tactical Team.Read more
Jocelyn Stenger is the Alberta representative for the Canadian Labour Congress, working with labour unions and labour councils to amplify the voice of working people across Alberta.Read more
Diandra Bruised Head was raised on the Kainai/Blood Reserve, and currently serves as a Councillor for the Nation. She received her Renewable Resources Management diploma from Lethbridge College and a Bachelors of Science degree in Environmental Sciences from the University of Lethbridge. Much of her background has been geared towards land management with traditional and Blackfoot cultural lenses. Diandra worked as the Climate Change Coordinator for her Tribe prior to her Councillorship, where she helped raise community awareness around climate change adaptation and mitigation projects, alongside other members of the Kainai Ecosystem Protection Association (KEPA). This led to rallying a collective stance for the reclamation and restoration of Native Prairie Grasslands. Joining the efforts of the Iinnii Initiative and Buffalo Treaty, Diandra and the members of KEPA helped to bring a herd of Plains Bison to the Nation’s native grasslands in 2021 for community cultural revitalization and ecological rebalanRead more
Brodie Heidinger is known as a reliable and dependable individual, who has a deep love for his country and Alberta. He is a loving husband and father of two young children, with solid family values.