Varsity MLA Candidate Alex McBrienPDF files may take a moment to load
Alex McBrien is a student at the University of Calgary currently finishing his graduate studies in communication and culture. He is 24 years old and has lived in Calgary since 1990. He was a rower and hockey player at the University of Ottawa, where he completed his undergraduate degree.
Varsity MLA Candidate Jackie SeidelPDF files may take a moment to load
Jackie Seidel is the NDP candidate in Calgary-Varsity. She had been a teacher for 21 years. Currently she serves as the director of field curriculum and is an assistant professor in the faculty of education at the University of Calgary.
Varsity MLA Candidate Bruce PaynePDF files may take a moment to load
Bruce Payne has worked as a carpenter, has held leadership roles with various industry associations and has a reputation as a labour negotiator.
With experience in both the public and private sectors, Payne has been involved with organizations such as the Calgary Board of Education, the City of Calgary, the Stampede Board, ATCO, PCL and Ellis Don.
Varsity MLA Candidate Donna Kennedy-GlansPDF files may take a moment to load
Kennedy-Glans is a Calgary lawyer and businesswoman. Her work has taken her to over 35 different countries. She was also the first female vice-president of Nexen Inc. Kennedy-Glans wants to see a more nuanced dialogue on the development of Canada's oil sands in order to ensure sustainable development, one that provides for global energy needs as well as benefits generations to come.
Varsity MLA Candidate Rob SolingerPDF files may take a moment to load
Rob Solinger grew up in Calgary-Varsity and graduated from the University of Calgary with a business degree. Solinger has worked in oil and gas for 20 years. He worked for Truax Resources, Outlook Energy, Defiant Resources and Ironhorse Oil & Gas.
Solinger's website says his experience raising his five children and volunteering with many youth-related charities allows him to understand the challenges and obstacles that confront young people today.