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Jason Kenney
Working to renew the Alberta Advantage as Leader of the . Former CEO; & Minister of Immigration, Employment, Social Devt & Defence
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Jason Kenney 25m
I’m always on Team Alberta. Unfortunately, Alberta’s current government seems more focussed on being on Team Trudeau.
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Jason Kenney 28m
Debunking the fantasy that a new tax - the carbon tax - will result in more money in your pocket. Trust the Trudeau Government to look out for your wallet?
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Jason Kenney 12h
Missed this one from while abroad. Quite a compilation of the NDP's record.
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Jason Kenney 14h
The NDP can say what they like about me. But the fact remains that neither the Premier nor her Trade Minister have bothered to travel to India - a country of 1.3 billion potential consumers and the fastest growing large economy - in over 3 years in office.
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Jennifer Crosby 21h
On 's trip to India, "embarrassing for the NDP gvmt that the trip was so successful" for Kenney - . Says Kenney was able to identify some market access probs, was well-received in India
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Jason Kenney 15h
Interesting results in tonight. Seems that anti-carbon tax parties have won a majority of the seats in the New Brunswick Legislature.
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Jason Kenney 15h
The NDP is more focussed on attacking me than actually getting TMX built: "The Alberta NDP govt used the Trans Mountain pipeline expansion mess as an opportunity to try and score political points against UCP Leader Jason Kenney." Watch my full response.
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Jason Kenney 16h
Replying to @jkenney
Or to just 'buy a new car'
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Jason Kenney 17h
Replying to @jkenney
Albertans won't soon forget the NDP telling them to just 'walk or take the bus' if they don't like the carbon tax.
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Jason Kenney 17h
The NDP, which increased pump prices with its carbon tax - and promises to hike them even further - now pretends to be concerned about the price of gasoline? Can't make this up! And as winter approaches, current carbon tax on home heating is approx. 110%.
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Jason Kenney 17h
Looking increasingly likely that Prime Minister Trudeau is content to see no Trans Mountain construction before the fall 2019 federal election. Conservatives are united in working to actually get this pipeline built.
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Jason Kenney 18h
Great to be home. Did a news conference in Calgary to report on our productive visit to India.
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Jason Kenney 21h
Replying to @jkenney
Of course, the NDP has attacked me while belatedly trying to copy many of our ideas (ex. turn off the taps, demand for federal clarifying legislation, etc).
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Jason Kenney 21h
Seems the NDP is more interested in attacking me than actually getting a pipeline built. Perhaps they should focus some of their efforts on PM Justin Trudeau, their close friend and ally who continues to attack Alberta while making no pipeline progress.
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Aldyen Donnelly 22h
Replying to @jackmintz
and not one CO2 taxing jurisdiction--not Sweden, Norway, the Netherlands or BC-- has kept any commitment they made to fully rebate the poor beyond year 3 after the CO2 tax introduction.
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Jason Kenney Sep 24
From the Sun, on claims that Justin Trudeau's carbon tax will result in more money in your pocket.
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Jason Kenney Sep 23
In the last couple of days, over 4000 members have voted to choose their candidates in four heavily contested nominations, with ten candidates running. Thank-you to the candidates & their teams that are working so hard, & to the grassroots members for participating!
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Dr. Jack Mintz Sep 23
In theory, substituting a harmful tax by a less harmful tax is good for the economy. In practice, govts have changed their minds. The BC and Alberta carbon taxes are now to be used for the general budgets -- can govts be trusted over time? Hardly not unfortunately.
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Jason Kenney Sep 23
Replying to @jonasjsmith @CPC_HQ
Congrats, Jonas! That’s fantastic news.
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Jason Kenney Sep 23
"A '4-headed monster' is attacking Canada’s oilsands, says Steve Laut, executive vice-chairman of CNRL. Too much red tape, costs, fiscal competitiveness in the oilsands and — the toughest adversary of all — a shortage of pipelines..."
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