CALGARY, AB (October 30, 2017): Alberta Liberal Leader David Khan released the following statement in reaction to the MLA for Calgary-Mackay-Nose Hill crossing the floor to the Alberta Party Caucus:
“The Alberta Liberal team and I are focused on getting MLAs elected as Alberta Liberals, not luring over MLAs from other parties. That’s why I have been travelling the province on my 87 Constituency Tour, so that we are in a position to offer a strong alternative vision to Albertans in 2019.
Calgary, AB (October 28th, 2017): Alberta Liberal Leader David Khan released the following statement on Jason Kenney‘s United Conservative Party Leadership Victory:
“I wish to offer my congratulations to newly elected United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney, his team, and his volunteers on their victory tonight. I’d also like to extend congratulations to Brian Jean, Doug Schweitzer, and their supporters for hard-fought campaigns. Politics and participating in our democratic process isn’t easy. Over the coming months I look forward to a spirited debate with Jason Kenney and the UCP about Alberta’s future."
CALGARY, AB (October 23, 2017): Alberta Liberal Leader David Khan issued the following statement in support of a comprehensive sexual education curriculum:
“Today, media revealed a group of Catholic school superintendents are seeking ministerial approval for an alternative curriculum in an effort to avoid subjects dealing with sexual orientation, gender, and consent, which they have labelled as ‘problematic.’
“Simply put, this is entirely inappropriate and must be rejected.
“There is absolutely no place in Alberta for this type of formal discrimination and segregation, especially in our schools and classrooms.
“Being LGBTQ2S+ is not a ‘lifestyle’ or a ‘choice,’ and there is no such thing as ‘gender ideology.’ Likewise, claims that teaching students these subjects encourages them to engage in sexual behaviour are purely false.
“The fact that these beliefs are being promoted by some educators further reinforces the need for the province to mandate the inclusion of these topics in the sexual education curriculum and ensure they are taught in every school in Alberta.