Justin Murphy is currently an entrepreneur and small business owner.

Although he has only been living in High River for just over two years now, Justin Murphy has long-lived family roots in the community and in the Livingstone-Macleod Area. This is why when the chance came to move his family and business to the town, he jumped on the opportunity. He chose to move his family to the town based on his experience of the great atmosphere and people who had been welcoming to him in the past.He has lived in the Livingstone-MacLeod area since 1988 but feels he can offer the residents a fresh perspective from a person whose primary goal is to create the best possible circumstances for families just like his.  Justin Murphy’s objective is to communicate and learn from the people of the Livingstone-Macleod riding about what they think is working and what areas require change. Nothing is more important than ensuring the elevated quality of life for Albertans.

Justin’s mission is to give a voice to the community.

Using digital media, Justin Murphy plans to fulfill his goal of communication with his electorate and allow for every person to participate in creating the best possible Alberta. Both Justin and his wife Angela are active in school board and other community based organizations in the hopes of gaining a better perspective on the needs of a variety of residents.From a very young age, especially following his time served in the military, Justin Murphy felt aresponsibility to participate in the development of his community. In addition, he is passionate about economic development and interests of small business.  One of the most important lesson’s he believes he has taught his children is the value of service to others and sees this election as his opportunity to do more for Alberta. Creating opportunities in the Livingstone-Macleod area to enrich the lives of its citizens is key.

Justin’s feelings about the current Alberta administration and hope for the future. 

Bill 24:  As Canadian Citizens we give up certain rights to support the greater good.  But giving up the right to raise our children in the best way possible was never in the cards.  No one should ever have the right to tell you, me or anyone what is best for our children.  I believe that each school, or district in collaboration with parents, school trustees should be able to determine there own best practices.  I will not support bill 24, and I support the repeal of it, if it becomes law.

Pipelines:  Fighting with our BC Neighbors and Ottawa is not a productive use of time.  We need an administration that can talk to our allies and partners and create policies that are in the best interest of all Albertans.



I just completed a personality profile for commercial purposes and here is what it said about me.  interesting!!