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Jason Kenney
Working to renew the Alberta Advantage as Leader. Former CEO; Minister of Immigration; Employment & Social Development; & Defence
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Jason Kenney 10h
Thank-you to the volunteers on both sides for their passion & dedication to Calgary. I hope they will recognize the good intentions of those they disagreed w/. No need for triumphalism or despair. It was a tough decision for many voters, who saw compelling arguments on both sides
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Jason Kenney 10h
Calgarians have sent a clear message: governments should focus on key priorities, keep taxes down & get our fiscal house in order before pursuing expensive projects like the Olympics. Now let’s all pull together to work for a brighter future.
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Charles Adler 22h
Worldwide customer base for Cdn energy is growing. Without pipelines we can never meet increasing demand. Next time you wonder what I mean when I say we're leaving billions on the table, this is precisely what I mean. The world is starved for Canadian oil.
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Jason Kenney 17h
Replying to @EdAmmar
Good on you and your team, Ed! Hard work wins elections!
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Jason Kenney 18h
“We remain fully committed to KXL.” Good to see that TransCanada isn’t running away just because of last week’s badly flawed court ruling in the US.
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Jason Kenney 20h
Great event, . Thanks to all who organized it!
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Jason Kenney 20h
Sold out fundraiser last night in support of our dynamic Foothills candidate . Thanks to all who attended.
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Jason Kenney Nov 12
“Mr. Ford’s govt is also set to issue a public declaration of support for pipeline projects, such as the revival of Energy East.” Welcome news! And to think, just last month the Alberta NDP was attacking Premier Ford during his visit to Alberta.
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Jason Kenney 20h
Voted in the plebiscite. Calgarians: get out there & have your say! Polls close at 8pm. Thanks to & for leading the fight for a plebiscite, & kudos to Premier for insisting on it.
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Jason Kenney 21h
Contrary to what some would like to believe, global demand for oil continues to increase. Question is whether that demand will be met by oil from places like Alberta, or oil from some of the worst regimes. But activists single out Canadian oil for attacks...
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Jason Kenney 22h
It's time for Calgarians to have their voices heard on a potential Olympic bid. Regardless of which side you're on, encourage all to get out and vote. Find your voting location here:
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Jason Kenney Nov 12
“Mr. Ford’s govt is also set to issue a public declaration of support for pipeline projects, such as the revival of Energy East.” Welcome news! And to think, just last month the Alberta NDP was attacking Premier Ford during his visit to Alberta.
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Global Edmonton Nov 12
Researcher says anti-Alberta oil campaign not about environment, funded by American organizations trying to keep from global market.
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Jason Kenney Nov 12
Honoured to be “chief guest” at a beautiful celebration of South Asian music as part of , organized by the Purnima Chowdhury Foundation. Thanks to for joining me.
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Jason Kenney Nov 12
Replying to @jkenney
I acknowledge that John Carpay apologized for his offensive remarks. But this tendency to trivialize the unique meaning of Nazi and Soviet terror must stop. Genocidal totalitarianism has no relationship to political disagreements in our liberal democracy.
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Jason Kenney Nov 12
The gay rights movement has worked through legal, democratic means, often to overcome gross violations of basic freedoms by the state. To compare that in any way to genocidal totalitarianism is vile, particularly given the violent persecution of LGBT people under such regimes.
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Jason Kenney Nov 11
One of my favourite afternoons every year is spent with friends at my local No. 285. Such a gift to spend time with members of the greatest generation. Thank-you to all of our veterans!
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Jason Kenney Nov 11
Replying to @jkenney
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Jason Kenney Nov 11
Stirring Day Parade and ceremony this morning involving a dozen Alberta based & units. Thank-you to all who organized and attended.
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Jason Kenney Nov 11
Replying to @jkenney
A large copy of this hangs in the Railway Committee Room of the Ottawa Parliament’s Centre Block opposite a copy of Robert Harris’s Fathers of Confederation.
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