UCP Critic for Municipal Affairs
Pat Stier was elected to the Alberta Legislature on April 23, 2012 in the constituency of Livingstone – Macleod.
He has lived in Alberta’s Foothills region his entire life. He attended school in Okotoks and raised Angus cattle, Arabian horses and various crops with his family for more than 30 years on their ranch near De Winton.
Throughout his working career Mr. Stier was employed primarily in the seismic data segment of the oil and gas industry in Calgary. He is President of River Canyon Enterprises Inc, a rural land planning consulting company.
Mr. Stier has many years of community experience as President of the Dunbow Road Area Residents Association from 1988 to 1999, plus in Municipal Government including service on planning, subdivision, development, and assessment boards prior to his election as a Municipal Councillor from 2004 to 2007 with the Municipal District of Foothills.
With a farm background of over 30 years, 25 years in the Oil and Gas Industry, along with 15 years’ of community service with Municipal Government, Pat is very well suited to represent the interests of the residents of Livingstone-MacLeod.