Bryan Litchfield
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Lethbridge East




"Believe you can and you’re halfway there."



Theodore Roosevelt

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working for you

Service above self

My name is Bryan Litchfield, and I'm seeking the endorsement for Lethbridge East United Conservative Party MLA. I'm committed to making your voice heard In the Legislative Assembly of Alberta.

Like you, I want to play an active role in making my community, province and country a safer, better place to raise my children, run a business, and forge a future filled with unlimited promise for Albertans.

If you share my vision, I urge you to connect with me and help make it happen! Together, we can make a meaningful difference - for our families, our communities, and our country.


who i am

family comes first

Bryan was born and raised in Lethbridge. He married his wife Laurie 37 years ago and has 2 sons and 7 grandkids.

Bryan is a Facility Management Professional with the International Facility Management Association. He is presently working as a Project Manager, for the City Of Lethbridge in the Facility Services Department. For most of his career, Bryan has been in management. Starting at 16 in the restaurant business, he then continued to retail stores, owning and running a farm, with the last 14 years of his career in public service.  Bryan was the operations/facility manager at Exhibition Park for 9 years before starting with the City of Lethbridge.

For the last 4 years, Bryan has been part of the Emergency Socials Services (ESS) for the City of Lethbridge and is registered with Alberta Emergency Agency for Incident Command officer (ICS) to be deployed wherever they need him. Bryan’s volunteer work doesn’t stop there. He is also the President of the one of the local OHV clubs Rocky Mountain Trail Blazers and is the Southern director for the Alberta Off-Highway vehicle Association.

Bryan believes that all Albertans need to be heard by the Government and consulted on changes the Government is doing that will affect the environment, social economics  of Albertans, and the economics that will keep the Alberta advantage.