Alupa Clarke is a father of a young family living in Beauport. He has actively volunteered for eight years with the Conservative Party of Canada, and was elected MP in 2015 for the riding of Beauport-Limoilou.
Mr. Clarke has a Master’s degree from the University of Laval in political sciences, and served in the Canadian Armed Forces for years, until he became a Member of Parliament. He was Bomber Chief for the Sixth Field Artillery Regiment, and was given the privilege of officially firing his last cannon during a ceremony on November 24th, 2017.
Mr. Clarke is committed to meeting every constituent in the riding and has done extensive door knocking both during, and on a regular basis since the election. He works tirelessly to show the people of Quebec that a Conservative government will be the most beneficial for our livelihood, ambitions and hard work.