Bruce Stubbs

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Bruce Stubbs
Leader of the Alberta Party
In office
2004–2009
Preceded by George Flake
Succeeded by Robert Leddy
Personal details
Political party Alberta Party

Bruce Stubbs is a farmer and political figure in Alberta, Canada. He first came to public attention as a leading member of G.U.A.R.D. (Grassroots United Against Reform's Demise), a group opposed to the United Alternative process which formed the Canadian Alliance from the Reform Party of Canada. He is a former leader of the Alberta Party, a provincial political party in Alberta.

Bruce is the father of five, Shannon, Gordon, Melanie, Carter and Rachel. Married to Kim Stubbs, his family maintained a berry farm on Range Road 834, north of Hwy 16. In the summer of 2002, the family moved into Sherwood Park, Alberta.


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