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Dave Cournoyer Jul 17
Here’s the now deleted tweet from Minister of Mental Health and Addictions alleging that big pharmaceutical companies are secretly behind the evidence-based research that supports supervised consumption sites. (Screenshot by )
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Kate Toogood Jul 19
Echoes of Klein here. When confronted by an LGBT, low income individual at a restaurant the other day, Kenney's response was: "This is quite the restaurant for a low income earner. " 😟😟😟
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Rachel Notley Jul 15
This is heartbreaking. The Premier gift-wrapped a $4.5 billion tax giveaway for wealthy corporations while young Albertans suffer.
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Rachel Notley Jul 19
The good ol’ boys club is back again. Also how can a meeting be “open to all” when invitations are only sent to a select few? 🤷🏼‍♀️
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Rachel Notley Jul 13
Running Saturday errands and came across this determined human named Jackson standing up for cuz Jackson’s life would have been better with them. Give Jackson a honk at 98 Ave traffic circle in
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Gil McGowan Jul 19
Here’s an important lesson for Alberta: you can balance the books by making profitable corporations and the wealthy pay a little more. We could have a surplus right now and still have the lowest taxes in the country. Our deficits are a political choice.
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Shawna Gawreluck 11h
If Mr Scheer can declare himself an expert on nutritional science, I guess a retired hockey player can be a climate scientist too. 🙄
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Rachel Notley Jul 16
Our $25 a day child care was making life so much better for so many families. Between that and wanting to cut child poverty, that is why I ran for office. If the Premier cancels this program I will be both heartbroken, and enraged.
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Kathleen Smith 17h
I said it before, I’ll say it again: Andrew Scheer is throwing this election. It’s either that, or he’s over medicated with the chocolate milk.
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Alberta War Room⚠ Jul 18
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Your Jason Kenney $30,000,000 War Room paid for a number of bots to get a hashtag trending. This is what fiscal responsibility looks like; not feeding school children for the same amount like some socialist.
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Unite Alberta Jul 19
Perhaps defeated one-term premier Notley should have met with more pro-business folks in Alberta instead of fiddling while 170,000 jobless Albertans were left in the dark by her failed government.
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Gil McGowan Jul 13
Kenney says there has been a “massive increase” in separatist sentiment in Alberta since Trudeau took office. But is this a result of Trudeau’s policies or the non-stop victim rhetoric from right-wing pols like Kenney? It’s clearly much more the latter than the former.
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Gil McGowan 10h
Trump slashed taxes on corporate profits in 2017, saying the cuts would “pay for themselves.” Here’s what really happened: revenue is down by more than $100B. Why does this matter to Albertans? B/c Kenney also said his cuts would pay for themselves. They won’t. .
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David Shepherd 🚲 Jul 19
Disturbing. Despite all city councillors being elected to represent the voice of their constituents, UCP Minister apparently only interested in meeting with & listening to the ones he feels already agree with him.
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David Shepherd 🚲 Jul 19
Healthcare workers are at hospitals across Edmonton today to protest the UCP gov't's Bill 9 which broke their contracts. While this gov't ignores these workers & won't even show up to hear their concerns, all of us w/ will be standing w/ & fighting for them
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Rachel Notley Jul 18
Fines, fines, everywhere fines.
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david eggen Jul 19
Now, more than ever, Alberta families must push back against the UCP plan to bring American style private health care to our province. It’s wrong, and unfair.
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Devin Dreeshen Jul 16
The failed Bill 6 will go down as one of the worst pieces of legislation, and introduction of legislation, in the history of the province.
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Leela Sharon Aheer Jul 19
Getting ready for the K-Days Parade in . It’s a bit rainy out here but still lots of excitement!
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Angela Pitt Jul 19
Representing Alberta proudly at
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