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Prasad Panda was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta in the Calgary-Foothills by-election, which was held on September 3, 2015. He is a member of both the Standing Committee on Public Accounts and Alberta’s Economic Future. He also serves as opposition critic to the Ministry of Energy. He is an active member of his community, and his volunteer experience includes serving as president of the Telugu Association of Calgary and as the first vice-president of the India-Canada Association of Calgary.

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The Throne Speech was delivered by Lieutenant Governor Lois Mitchell on March 8th. The 2018-19 provincial budget should be debated and passed sometime in...

March Regular Session Begin the 12th

The Legislature will begin sitting on March 8 starting with the throne speech. The first regular session begins on March 12 and we are...

February – MLA Prasad Panda’s Report

In the Fall session, the legislature passed Bill 30: An Act to Protect the Health and Well-being of Working Albertans. Essentially, this bill significantly...

January – MLA Prasad Panda’s Report

I was fortunate enough to be selected by the Speaker of the Alberta Legislature to attend the annual Westminster Seminar in November. Elected officials...

December – MLA Prasad Panda’s Report

  I am pleased to report that the United Conservative Party (UCP) has chosen Jason Kenney as our new leader. Jason has an impressive record,...

November – MLA Prasad Panda’s Report

Most working Canadians are employed by small (1-99 employees) and medium (100-500) sized businesses. In 2015, small businesses contributed 32% to Alberta’s GDP (StatsCan)....

October – MLA Prasad Panda’s Report

In early August, I took a small trip to NW Alberta to visit with stakeholders as part of my role as Shadow Minister of...

September – MLA Prasad Panda’s Report

We did it! We actually managed to unify small “c” conservatives into one United Conservative Party to challenge the NDP in the next provincial...