Michaela Glasgo

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Michaela Glasgo

Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta for Brooks-Medicine Hat
Assumed office
April 16, 2019
Preceded byRiding Established
Personal details
Born1992/1993 (age 27–28)[1]
Political partyUnited Conservative Party
ResidenceMedicine Hat, Alberta

Michaela Glasgo (born 1992/1993) is a Canadian politician elected in the 2019 Alberta general election to represent the electoral district of Brooks-Medicine Hat in the 30th Alberta Legislature.[2]

In January 2019, Glasgo became involved in a controversy when she claimed on Twitter that her church would incur a $50,000 yearly bill due to Alberta's carbon tax; this was quickly disputed and found to be untrue. The pastor of the church later said that the true cost to the church would be $5,433 a year.[3] In June 2020 she was appointed to be Chairman of the Alberta Firearms Advisory Committee by Alberta Premier Jason Kenney.[4] In this role she will be in charge of advising the Executive Council of Alberta on its firearms policies.[5]

As a child, she played a game where she counted the pipelines on the side of the road. This was criticized by some as outlandish on social media.[6]


  1. ^ Pouncy, Matt (2018-07-18). "Glasgo believes she brings a young perspective to the UCP | CHAT News Today!". Chatnewstoday.ca. Retrieved 2019-04-17.
  2. ^ Lefebvre, Charles (2019-04-17). "Michaela Glasgo wins Brooks-Medicine Hat riding | CHAT News Today!". Chatnewstoday.ca. Retrieved 2019-04-17.
  3. ^ Toy, Adam (2019-01-28). "Brooks-Medicine Hat UCP candidate who claimed church facing $50K in carbon tax issues correction". Globalnews.ca. Retrieved 2019-07-21.
  4. ^ https://chatnewstoday.ca/2020/06/03/michaela-glasgo-to-lead-alberta-firearms-advisory-committee/
  5. ^ https://www.alberta.ca/alberta-firearms-advisory-committee.aspx
  6. ^ The radical left angry about pipelines again..., retrieved 2020-07-21