Incumbent MP Dane Lloyd is the Conservative Party of Canada in Sturgeon River-Parkland. Lloyd went to Ottawa following the 2017 by-election to replace longtime MP Rona Ambrose. In that election, Lloyd won with 16,125 votes for 77.4 per cent of the tally.
As we reported yesterday, Sturgeon River-Parkland MP Dane Lloyd is coming under some controversy for high-fiving Battlefords-Lloydminster MP Rosemarie Falk after the conclusion of an hour-long vote on Romeo Saganash’s Indigenous rights bill. […]
Sturgeon River-Parkland MP Dane Lloyd fell under some social media and colleague criticism for high-fiving fellow Conservative, Battlefords-Lloydminster MP Rosemarie Falk after voting on Bill C-262 last week. […]
Chief Opposition Whip Mark Strahl named a new Conservative member to the Standing Committee on Industry, Science, and Technology. Sturgeon River-Parkland MP Dane Lloyd will join Conservative MPs Maxime Bernier and Matt Jeneroux on the Committee. […]
More than two years after the election of the provincial NDP and federal Liberal governments, there’s no doubt Albertans have faced an unprecedented attack against industry and the jobs they support. […]
When the votes were tallied Monday night, Conservative Party of Canada candidate Dane Lloyd was the front-runner in the race to replace his predecessor MP Rona Ambrose, who stepped down from political life last summer. […]
A meet and greet with the Honourable Andrew Scheer, P.C., M.P., Leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, and Dane Lloyd, Conservative Party Candidate for Sturgeon River-Parkland took place Tuesday afternoon under a big white tent in the Putnam & Lawson Parking lot.