Jeremy is an accomplished nonprofit leader, with political acumen. Before his foray into politics, Jeremy worked for over fifteen years in the non-profit sector with some of the most vulnerable members of society. From managing over 10,000+ volunteers at the Mustard Seed as the Manager for a decade, he then took those skills to help the Boys and Girls Club as a manager of their youth shelter.
Jeremy has years of experience in conservative politics and served as the Executive Director of the Wildrose Party from 2015-2017. Jeremy was elected in 2019 as the United Conservative Party MLA for Calgary Klein.
Jeremy’s experience in the non-profit sector, and working with the most vulnerable made him a natural fit as Minister of Seniors Community and Social Services. Some of his accomplishments include the first raise for disability sector workers in over 10 years, much needed investment in affordable housing and setting up stable funding for our provinces foodbanks.
It is because of this exceptional background that Jeremy was encouraged to run in Calgary Signal Hill. Jeremy’s background and experience is much needed in Ottawa. Jeremy has defended conservative principals for decades, but always worked hard to ensure the most vulnerable are not left behind. Jeremy lives in Calgary with his four children and his wife.
After eight years of Justin Trudeau, everything feels broken. Debt is skyrocketing, taxes are up, and families are struggling to choose between putting food on the table or paying utilities. It’s time to elect a government that works for the people, we need a government that understands what it’s people are going through.
I stood behind Pierre Poilievre during the Conservative Party leadership race. I have been inspired by how he’s brought together our Conservative movement and given it the energy needed to ensure in the next election we are successful. We will have a government that is unwavering commitment to putting people back in the driver’s seat of their own lives.
Over the last four years, I served as MLA and Minister in the United Conservative Party. During that time, we were able to bring back jobs and prosperity to our province – balancing two budgets, creating over 200,000 jobs, and cutting down on government debt. Many tough decisions had to be made, but now Alberta is once again the economic engine of Canada. But there are many challenges ahead. Too many families are struggling to get by, too many seniors are unable to balance the rising cost of living on their fixed income, and too many young people are not able to buy houses and get ahead. This is not acceptable. Ottawa has become the problem.
As a proud Canadian, principled conservative, father and husband – I want to ensure that the world my children and your children inherit is a world they can be proud of.
But I can’t do it alone, I need your support in this nomination race. The date for our nomination could be set any day now and we need to be ready. If you believe in our campaign, please consider renewing your membership in the Conservative Party of Canada, every person 14 and over in your household can have a membership and vote in the nomination.