|MLA for Livingstone-Macleod|
|Preceded by||Evan Berger|
|Born||Foothills No. 31, Alberta|
|Political party||Wildrose Party|
|Residence||De Winton, Alberta|
|Profession||oil and gas sector|
As an MLA, Stier has spoke out against the Alberta Health Services policy of separating married seniors in nursing homes. Stier and Wildrose Party Leader Danielle Smith criticized the Provincial Government for cancelling plans to build the Alberta Public Security and Law Enforcement Training college in Fort Macleod.
In the 2013 spring sitting, Stier brought forward Motion 507 to repeal the Alberta Land Stewardship Act and create a new land use framework “that better protects the rights of landowners and respects the role of locally elected and accountable municipal councils.” The motion did not pass.
Stier was raised on the family ranch near De Winton and has lived there in the Foothills area of Alberta all of his life. He was employed primarily in the seismic data segment of the oil and gas industry for 25 years in Calgary. Stier has 30 years farming experience and 15 years of service with municipal government, including four years as a municipal councillor with Municipal District of Foothills #31 in 2004-2007. He was also Co- Chair of the Subdivision and Development Appeal Board at MD of Foothills #31.
2012 general election
|2012 Alberta general election||Turnout %||Swing|
|Progressive Conservative||Evan Berger||7,403||41.46%||%|
|Rejected, Spoiled and Declined||'|
|Wildrose pickup from Progressive Conservative||Swing %|
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- "Wildrose MLAs".
- "Defeated Tory cabinet minister Berger gets plum civil service job". Edmonton Journal. Retrieved 2013-06-10.
- "MLA Pat Stier expresses concern about seniors forced apart by AHS rules". Pincher Creek Echo. Retrieved 2013-06-10.
- "Danielle Smith and Pat Stier hear concerns on cancellation of Fort Macleod police college".
- "Fort Macleod MLA says cancelled police college a blow to town". Beacon News. Retrieved 2013-06-10.
- "Alberta Hansard April 8, 2013".
- "Legislative Assembly of Alberta Pat Stier biography".
- "Wildrose MLAs".
- "Pat Stier Linkedin profile".
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