“We need to pull out all the stops to address this and save lives. This is a long term issue that we must make a higher priority in our general society and certainly our health system,” Swann, MLA for Calgary-Mountain View, told Metro.
Alberta Liberal MLA David Swann, representing Calgary Mountain-View said it’s troubling to see the government call the serious concerns of parents in Calgary ‘noise and confusion.’
Calgary-Mountain View MLA David Swann, who holds the only seat for the Alberta Liberal Party, released a statement Friday concerning an internal review of his own expenses.
Liberal MLA Doctor David Swann is questioning why it’s taking so long for safe drug-injection site proposals to be reviewed.
Swann has repeatedly called on the province to declare a state of emergency over the opioid crisis and he says it’s time action was taken.
“We’re approaching two deaths a day and the minister is saying she’s working hard with the federal government to get approval for these safe consumption sites — come on, it’s been months,” Dr. David Swann, Liberal MLA for Calgary-Mountain View, said Wednesday.
“The big concern is that we’re not making progress … we need to be focusing more education and information around fentanyl as a lethal, very addictive substance,” said Liberal health critic and MLA for Calgary-Mountainview, Dr. David Swann. “This is a serious, serious crisis in Alberta. We need to do better.”
An MLA for the Alberta Liberal Party is calling on the government to halt plans to log in the Kananaskis Country-area Highwood Pass.
The political support for the fight against clear cutting in the Highwood Junction is growing as Alberta Liberal MLA David Swann is now calling on the NDP government to stop the operation.
Swann, who represents the constituency of Calgary–Mountain View, said he has a paid-off condo in Edmonton so all he plans to claim are his condo fees, which total about $450 per month or roughly $5,400 for the year.
Liberal MLA Dr. David Swann dismisses any suggestion Pure North and Precision Health operated independently.
“There is nothing in the grant agreement that suggests they’re separate,” Swann said.