On Thursday, February 20, the Provincial government, Municipal District of Greenview and County of Grande Prairie announced a tri-partnership to expedite the twinning of 19 KM of Highway 40 located south of Grande Prairie to Norbord Wood Panel Plant.
Tracy Allard was elected to the Legislative Assembly of Alberta, representing the constituency of Grande Prairie, on April 16, 2019. She currently serves on the Standing Committee on the Alberta Heritage Savings Trust Fund and the Standing Committee on Alberta’s Economic Future. She currently is Chair of Northern Alberta Development Council and serves on the Premier’s Council on the Status of Persons with Disabilities. Prior to serving with the Legislative Assembly, Mrs. Allard was a business owner, having franchised Tim Hortons restaurants in Prince Rupert, British Columbia, and in Grande Prairie, Alberta. Active in her community, she served as a director with the Tim Horton Children’s Foundation. She was board president of the Grande Prairie Boys’ Choir and sat on the Grande Prairie Regional Hospital Foundation Capital Cabinet. She holds a bachelor of commerce and a certificate in disability management, both from the University of British Columbia. Mrs. Allard is a two-time recipient of a friends of education award from the Grande Prairie public school district and Le Conseil scolaire du Nord-Ouest, respectively. She and her husband, Serge, have three children.
For the first time in more than three years, members of the media have been given access to the under-construction Grande Prairie Regional Hospital.
Grande Prairie MLA Tracy Allard was impressed by not just the turnout, but the
commitment shown by provincial crime watch members at their annual symposium held in Grande Prairie this past weekend.
The Highway 43 Grande Prairie bypass is now complete and open to traffic, improving traffic flow and safety for travellers in the region.
Grande Prairie MLA Tracy Allard has been named to the Premier’s Council of the Status of Persons with Disabilities