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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 3h
Great to see that Stan and Jellybean have found a new home. Credit to landlord Alice Wheaton for stepping up to help, and the Herald's for the original story that drew attention.
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Kaycee Madu 8h
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It is a privilege to be working with to renew the Alberta advantage, restore prosperity to our province, and ensure Alberta remains strong and free. I have faith in the people of our great Province to discern NDP’s desperation. It will not work this time!
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Jason Kenney 8h
Minister Phillips is now calling Albertans “white supremacists" & "racists," continuing to degrade her office as a Minister of the Crown. Time for her to resign. Grateful to have strong candidates like stepping up to serve Alberta:
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Jason Kenney 9h
This needs to change: "Our national and provincial leaders are beholden to the noisy, anti-oil minority."
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Jason Kenney 10h
Skilled trades are extremely valuable, and in high demand. Nobody should be looked down on for an honest day's work with their hands. Quite the opposite, in fact. I was very proud to promote a skilled trades agenda as Employment Minister.
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Unite Alberta Jan 17
UCP has never suggested applying tolls to existing public infrastructure. Tx to the fiscal disaster left by an NDP govt that has put the province on track for $100b in debt, we need to find new and creative approaches for needed *industrial* infrastructure.
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Jason Kenney Jan 17
“Don’t be deceived by the political bafflegab of the Trudeau Liberals and our chattering classes that Canadians are deeply divided on the value of new pipelines and our oil & gas sector. Most Cdns support both. The problem is their govt isn’t listening.”
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Jason Kenney Jan 17
On Raoul Wallenberg Day, we honour one of humanity's great heroes from one of the darkest periods of human history. He courageously saved thousands of Hungarian Jews from death, at tremendous personal risk. An extremely worthy recipient of Canada's first honorary citizenship.
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Jason Kenney Jan 17
"Premier Rachel Notley should be red-faced regurgitating this whole nonsense about the United Conservative Party planning to gut health care..."
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Jason Kenney Jan 16
Taking your questions live on Facebook right now.
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Jason Kenney Jan 16
I'll be taking live questions on my Facebook page at 9:00 pm tonight. Hope to see you there!
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Jason Kenney Jan 16
The Premier can legally call the election as early as Feb 1. Albertans are ready to have their voices heard. Rather than play these games and try to buy votes with your money, the Premier should put the question to the people at the earliest opportunity.
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Jason Kenney Jan 16
Bill #1 of a United Conservative Government will be the 'Carbon Tax Repeal Act.'
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Jason Kenney Jan 16
Good to see Canadians are recognizing the importance of our energy industry. Now we need political leadership - both in Ottawa and Alberta - that will actually do something about it.
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Jason Kenney Jan 15
Hard to imagine a headline like this just a few years ago: ‘Alberta entrepreneurs more than twice as pessimistic in Canadian economy than those in Quebec’
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United Conservative Party Jan 15
Just weeks away from a potential election call, some perspective on our party. Our focus remains the same: end the NDP’s job-killing policies, renew the Alberta Advantage to reignite our economy, and stand up to the Trudeau Liberals in Ottawa.
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Jason Kenney Jan 15
A tough read on an out-of-work Albertan, providing a great deal of perspective on what's at stake in the coming election. This is about the future livelihoods of Alberta families.
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Jason Kenney Jan 15
Today’s announcement by Rick Strankman is disappointing. Many, including myself, look up to Rick for his past service – including his principled stand against the Wheat Board. I thank Rick sincerely for his service, and wish him the very best in the future. My full statement.
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Jason Kenney Jan 15
Glad that the pro-development First Nation voices are finally getting the attention they deserve.
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