|Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta for Brooks-Medicine Hat|
|Assumed office |
April 16, 2019
|Preceded by||Riding Established|
|Born||1992/1993 (age 27–28)|
|Political party||United Conservative Party|
|Residence||Medicine Hat, Alberta|
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. In June 2020 she was appointed to be Chairman of the Alberta Firearms Advisory Committee by Alberta Premier Jason Kenney. In this role she will be in charge of advising the Executive Council of Alberta on its firearms policies.
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.
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- Lefebvre, Charles (2019-04-17). "Michaela Glasgo wins Brooks-Medicine Hat riding | CHAT News Today!". Chatnewstoday.ca. Retrieved 2019-04-17.
- 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.
- The radical left angry about pipelines again..., retrieved 2020-07-21
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