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Jason Kenney
Leading to so we can get our province on track. Former Minister of Immigration, Multiculturalism, Employment, Social Devt & Defence.
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Jason Kenney 31m
Ramadan Mubarak to all Muslims observing the holy month! Admiration for those going through the long summer days of fasting ahead.
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Jason Kenney 20h
From "PAID IN FULL" to nearly $100 billion in debt and credit downgrades. This NDP government is a fiscal wrecking crew.
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Jason Kenney 4h
Replying to @RichardSmacky
Don't have any sort of salary, sir, and haven't since last September.
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Jason Kenney 4h
Perhaps I'm being harsh. Maybe the NDP has seen the light, & they've decided to cancel the scheduled 150% increase of their carbon tax?
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Replying to @excalgarian45
Sorry to hear that, sir. You and many others. But we'll get t back on track!
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What brazen dishonesty.The NDP lied in the last election about imposing a carbon tax & is now lying about their plans to more than double it
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You are raising taxes, sir. Your carbon tax is the biggest tax hike in Alberta history & you're more than doubling it from $20 to $50/tonne
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Jason Markusoff 23h
Alberta exceptionalism is dead: province has same S&P credit rating as Ontario, Quebec and those Maritime titans New Brunswick & Nova Scotia
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Jason Kenney 15h
Replying to @katherineoneill
Congratulations to Doug!
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Replying to @WasaCresswell
No, mainly middle aged people from Latin America, many of whom fight for freedom against socialism in places like Venezuela & Cuba.
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Jason Kenney 16h
Honoured to be a keynote speaker today at the conference on how to build successful conservative coalitions.
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Replying to @Dfildebrandt @DSolberg
Makes no sense at all.
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Jason Kenney 17h
Replying to @GarryRiesz
If Alberta spent at the same per capita levels as BC, there would be no deficit.
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Jason Kenney 17h
Replying to @TweetFactChecka
80% of the Alberta economy is outside of the oil and gas sector. It's the cost of socialist policies choking growth & spending recklessly.
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Bishop Suriel 17h
Coptic Christians en route to monastery targeted in a deadly assault via
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Jason Kenney 20h
Because "democratic socialism."
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Jason Kenney 20h
Replying to @LanreAA
Huge spending increases are primarily responsible. PC governments not without responsibility for this:
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Jason Kenney 20h
The credit downgrade means our debt servicing costs will go up. That means more money for bankers, less money for health care.
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Jason Kenney 20h
The NDP's fiscal train wreck means a massive intergenerational transfer of wealth. Nothing equitable about that.
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Jason Kenney 20h
Every dollar in extra debt means more $ spent on interest payments to bond holders, instead of public services. That's not "progressive."
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