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Licia Corbella 18h
Forget Berman and . The enemies of Alberta's energy industry are running the province by All statements are backed up with links to video and print articles.
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Rachel Notley 3h
I'm inspired by the number of Albertans wanting to join us in tackling racism in our province & look forward to the ideas the council will bring forward that will help every Albertan make our province a more welcoming and inclusive place.
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Unite Alberta 2h
Huh? NDP now claiming to be the defender of police?!? Flashback to this 'star' NDP candidate in Ontario. These views aren't abnormal in NDP circles (remember the NDP is all one big party, with provincial wings).
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albertaNDP 5h
First Jason Kenney voted against more funding for the RCMP, now he’s insulting them. “The allegation that law enforcement is ‘shrugging its shoulders’ is insulting. Mr. Kenney should apologize.” -
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Licia Corbella 6h
ICYMI: Corbella: The enemies of Alberta's energy industry are running the province
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Unite Alberta 1h
Politics ends at the waters edge. has in no way criticized NDP while abroad. When speaking to Min. Bilous Jason said he would be happy to raise issues at Govt request - and has done so. NDP looks bizarrely sad & desperate.
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Maxime Bernier Sep 11
MAD MAX SUPPORTERS IN ALBERTA You can start talking to each other and organizing a group in your region. Answer this tweet and say in what riding you are. Follow, DM each other and exchange contact info. RT to reach more people.
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Timothy Anderson 1h
1/Have Albertans figured out the Scheer and Kenney trips to India? Many must wonder why these lacklustre Opposition leaders with no mandate are suddenly jetting off to pretend they are doing real work in India. Why is India receiving them? My hunch is...
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Sonya Savage 2h
Premier's office says relationship b/n teachers union and Tzeporah Berman has "no bearing" on curriculum changes. But they won't release the names of ppl involved in the curriculum rewrite. How do we know the same ppl honouring Berman aren't involved in curriculum?
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Jason Kenney Sep 17
Why is it important for Alberta to build ties to India? Watch and find out why our United Conservative delegation is visiting India this week.
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Timothy Anderson 6h
1/ So , who has zero mandate to make deals on behalf of AB with foreign interests, is in India. He talks to the infrastructure minister about leveraging the private sector re highways. Kenney, who couldn't understand the Carillion bankruptcy proceedings.
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Danielle Larivee 3h
As a nurse, it's mind-boggling that Kenney thinks we can arrest our way out of the opioid crisis. As a citizen, it's mind-boggling that he refuses to listen to police asking for an integrated approach: effective enforcement, overdose prevention & recovery beds.
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Thomas A. Lukaszuk Sep 16
In response to your direct messages, here is why Jason Kenney’s trip to India is wrong on so many different levels:
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Don Braid 6h
Again: The tin-ear Teachers’ Association should lose that speaking invitation to Tzeporah Berman
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MgS 6h
I've been musing about how it is that the leader of the opposition for a provincial government in Canada gets invited by the government of a foreign power to engage in high level talks. /1
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G Aucoin 2h
Teacher are paid with public money, teachers pay union fees, something something teachers are horrible people because a FN council has a controversial speaker at a public conference? I’ll never understand the hate the right wing has for teachers and free speech.
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Roberta ♿️🇨🇦 Sep 16
They can’t hire a disability advocate. No one from my community wants to work with Irfan. They better not hire a nondisabled person either. We have enough with this uneducated useless govt
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Timothy Anderson 6h
Good news for Alberta! And with out of the country, playing at being someone with the authority to conduct trade deals, will get to take the credit.
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Unite Alberta 56m
Replying to @jkenney
Perhaps if Alberta International Trade Minister Bilous opts to travel to India (don't believe he's travelled to the democracy of 1.3 billion people to date) he will meet with for feedback in advance.
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Unite Alberta 46m
Replying to @jkenney
Contrast 's respectful conduct in India to this NDP leader who went to Washington, DC to lobby AGAINST Keystone XL.
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Suits and Boots Canada 52m
"I have worked in the O&G industry my whole life. If this Bill passes I will pursue AB independence. I will not be apart of a country that will not stand with my province. Not a threat but a promise" - Supporter
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