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Cody Bondarchuk
Born and raised northsider working to earn your vote and represent Ward tastawiyiniwak at Edmonton City Council.
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Trisha Estabrooks 18h
Thanks for reminding us what’s important right now
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Cody Bondarchuk 6h
Replying to @maxfawcett
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Cody Bondarchuk 10h
Replying to @bschmermund
When I emailed the ministry and asked for clarification yesterday they too said it is the owners’ responsibility but also said they don’t expect them to check IDs to match addresses. Point being, if you don’t plan on enforcing the orders, why make them mandatory? Causes confusion
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Cody Bondarchuk 10h
Replying to @bschmermund
I’ve been thinking about this since Tuesday, and the one that stumps me is the one-household-per-table dining rule. The legal orders say it’s the restaurant owners’ responsibility to enforce it, but the Minister just said it’s not on the owners but the patrons.
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Cody Bondarchuk 11h
The government is refusing to detail how enforcement of the new public health orders will be carried out, and cannot explain to businesses what their responsibilities are under the law. I am worried that these orders are just fancy recommendations at this point.
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Ryan Cormier 11h
Let's hear it for the sign-language interpreter at the COVID updates. He's put in some serious work this year.
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Andrew Knack 12h
This isn’t a partisan issue, it’s an issue that has existed for far too long. Public decision-making should be a goal for every order of government. I understand that some flexibility is required but the municipal model is a great example for other orders of government to follow.
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Justin McElroy Nov 25
Bonnie Henry: "I have no time for people who believe wearing a mask somehow makes them ill or is a lack of freedom."
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Jennie Russell 20h
Replying to @HarrisonFleming
Premier Kenney, Health Minister Shandro, and Dr. Hinshaw would not agree to be interviewed on this. Here is part of how the premier's deputy press secretary (who is paid with public money) replied to our request:
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Jennie Russell 20h
"'How do we limit the worst possible implications of this without wearing ourselves down?'" - Alberta's top doctor Secret recordings of internal COVID-19 planning meetings reveal political interference, tensions over pandemic response
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Cody Bondarchuk 17h
While I understand the general sentiment of keeping public service conversations private, there are times when the public needs to know that the government is acting in bad faith and causing more harm than necessary. I believe this is one of those times
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Cody Bondarchuk 17h
What this article makes clear is Kenney’s commitment to pushing the false dichotomy of businesses staying open and people getting sick, or businesses closing and people starving. Those are not the only two options, and he knows it.
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Cody Bondarchuk Nov 25
This government has often brought up the supposed alienation of Alberta from the rest of Canada, but from what I’ve seen they are the ones actively driving that alienation, not Ottawa.
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Nicole Goehring Nov 25
Yesterday in I spoke from the heart, as a mother. has changed the responsibility of that role in ways I could have never imagined. I feel the weight of that change, like many Albertans, as a mother living in an intergenerational home with my son & my mom.
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Bridget Stirling Nov 24
Just so people know, school boards were given no advance notice of the transition to at-home learning in this announcement. It really is like spring all over again.
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Caitlin Dick Nov 24
REALLY JASON KENNEY? YOU *NEVER* IMAGINED TELLING PEOPLE WHICH FAMILY MEMBERS COULD AND COULD NOT VISIT THEM? As a lesbian, how *dare* you.
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Urban Frank Nov 24
Individual examples aside, it's also a claim that isn't supported as a data trend:
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Cody Bondarchuk Nov 24
Restrictions will not be lifted until the r⁰ drops below 1. The first actual data point and marker that the government has publicly communicated in months. But it’s still good to know
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Cody Bondarchuk Nov 24
Replying to @codybondarchuk
Certainly too complicated to be followed or enforced correctly
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Cody Bondarchuk Nov 24
Please correct me if I’ve misinterpreted, but it sounds like masks are only mandatory for workers and “visitors” at a place until they become customers, when the mask mandate no longer applies?
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