Vote for Chris Davis2022-11-22T22:39:30+00:00


UCP Nomination for Calgary-Elbow

Meet Chris.

“It’s time to get our fiscal house in order.”

Here’s why you should vote for Chris Davis on December 3, 2022.

I have lived in Calgary-Elbow most of my life, giving me the advantage of being a connected, local, experienced voice for our unique constituency. I have worked tirelessly to improve our great community, through volunteerism on community development committees and other not for profit boards and associations.

I have both commerce and law degrees and have practiced in Alberta as a lawyer for over 30 years, principally in the administrative, municipal and development law fields. I have assisted both individual residents and community groups resist poorly conceived development plans and, conversely, developers and other applicants in achieving their vision with the benefit of constructive community input. Achieving a “win-win” wherever reasonably possible is always my first objective. Being nominated as the UCP candidate and ensuring a successful UCP outcome in next year’s expected general election will be a “win-win” for Calgary-Elbow!

My pledge to you is to be your Calgary-Elbow voice in Edmonton, NOT Edmonton’s voice in Calgary-Elbow.

Fostering a modern small government brand of conservatism will be my priority as I aim to reduce debt, lower taxes, support front-line health care, attract and retain the most qualified teachers in the country, promote access to tide water for our resources and restore the Alberta Advantage. But all the while recognizing that care for those struggling or less fortunate must not be a footnote of government policy.

Important Issues to Calgary-Elbow

As constituents of Calgary-Elbow, it is important to be aware of the issues that matter to you and your community. Here are a few key issues that I am committed to addressing:


The Premier has recently sent “mandate letters” to all Ministers.  The letter to the Minister of Health outlined 11 commitments for Minister Copping, including overhauling Alberta Health Services, improving senior care and addressing health-care staffing issues.  Copping said his first focus will be to improve EMS response times, decrease surgical backlogs and cut emergency room wait times, though he added that the United Conservative government has already been working to improve in those areas. Copping said the UCP also wants to localize health-related decisions and bring back a governance model like the one that was moved away from in 2008.

Education (K-12)2022-11-22T21:00:29+00:00

The Alberta Education “Guiding Framework” was published in December 2020 and “sets clear direction for developmentally appropriate curriculum of high academic standards for personal excellence. Together, The Guiding Framework and the curriculum are central elements of formal education in Alberta and the basis for students’ learning and assessment. The Government is currently delivering on this program.

Urban densification2022-11-22T20:59:40+00:00

There is a movement in Calgary (and in other major cities) to re-examine zoning and urban densification.  If it is to occur locally it needs to be planned, contextually respectful, thoughtful and not destructive of existing community fabric. The provincial government has a statutory role to play in urban planning.

Upstream flood mitigation (SR1 / Springbank) drydam2022-11-22T20:58:53+00:00

While there was a recent suggestion that this project may need revisiting, that was quickly quashed.  I commit to seeing this project through to completion.

How to Vote.

Bring Proof of identification with current address
Mark your calendar
Nomation Vote Countdown


UCP members residing in Calgary-Elbow are eligible to vote for Chris on December 3.

Representing all communities in: Elbow Park, Elboya-Britannia, Erlton, Garrison Green, Glamorgan, Marda Loop (South Calgary, Altadore, Garrison Woods and River Park), Mayfair Bel-Aire, Meadowlark Park, Mount Royal, North Glenmore Park, Rideau Roxboro, and Windsor Park

Contact Chris.


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