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Kathleen Smith Sep 20
So, - the next time Matt Wolf or any other UCP minion goes on a rant about how $15/hr minimum wage is too high, remind Mr Wolf that he is making $195k/yr (paid by taxpayers) to tweet ugly shit about people making minimum wage.
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Jason Kenney 5h
LIVE: Back from Alberta's successful trade mission to the U.S.
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Sarah Hoffman 3h
So after five months of delay you throw up a survey? Most students have been in school for three weeks already... some in classes over 40. This survey is a joke. Show us the real budget now.
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Unite Alberta 2h
Defeated one-term premier Notley seems to forget that her government was fired for its massive incompetence & inability to consult Albertans on the largest-ever tax increase & record deficits. is listening to Albertans, and doing the job they hired him to do.
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Stephen Carter 4h
Three days after the federal election. What a coincidence. Note: Albertans are about to get more than they asked for.
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Unite Alberta 1h
As Premier said, needs to stop trying to pin his repeated decisions to wear blackface on everyone else. This is his problem, his horrendous judgement call. No one else's.
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PressProgress Sep 18
NEW: Jason Kenney’s government appointed a foreign, Koch-funded researcher to rewrite Alberta’s education curriculum. The Charles Koch Foundation confirms it gave nearly one million dollars to support the panelist’s research last year.
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Shawna Gawreluck Sep 22
Not to point out the obvious but as the UCP is insisting nurses, public sector workers & teachers must exercise “salary restraint”, they gave their personal government staff big raises. Evidently their media staff hold more value than those who serve the public.
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Justin Giovannetti Sep 19
One in five Albertans live in small towns that don't pay for policing through property taxes. The province now floating a proposal to see them pay 15 to 70 per cent of the costs. This could be a significant new expense for rural taxpayers.
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Progress Alberta 35m
LaGrange was cool with hundreds of students taking the day off to go to an anti-abortion rally ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
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Christine Myatt 3h
Unlike the NDP, we will not develop a $50B budget on the back of a cocktail napkin. We will take the time necessary to make thoughtful decisions before we table our budget on October 24th.
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Progress Alberta 3h
Jason Kenney has been crystal clear. He will prioritize profits over people every time.
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Janis Irwin 16h
Tonight at the , we heard a man shout “Make Canada Great Again” while Indigenous elders were offering a prayer. We have a racism problem. It’s going to take every one of us calling this crap out every time if we’re going to get better.
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Rachel Notley Sep 17
The MacKinnon Report is fundamentally flawed and offers nothing to Albertans. It's just an excuse for Jason Kenney and the UCP to cut education and health care in order to pay for their $4.5 billion corporate tax giveaway that hasn't created a single job.
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Janis Irwin 23h
“...everyone’s just a little scared and not really up for being as open as they used to be.” I’m devastated. This is exactly why we fought so hard against Bill 8. To the queer kids out there, we’re here for you, even though this government isn’t.
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Ed the Sock Sep 22
Are you one of those people who doesn't vote to "send a message" to the system? Here's the message you're sending... "I'M AN IDIOT! IGNORE ME!" Don't Be Stupid - VOTE!
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Leslie Maggie 7h
Scheer will help with tax credits. “Kenney who attended a private religious boarding school run by his own father has long aligned himself with groups that promote private religious schools & evangelical homeschooling movement.”
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Rachel Notley Sep 18
The UCP are planning to cut police funding for smaller communities by up to 70%. And the UCP, which campaigned on getting tough on crime, is now looking at downloading much of the cost to taxpayers.
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Dave Cournoyer 19h
Maybe it’s just me, but this does not sound like a fun vacation.
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