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Jason Kenney
Leader of working to get Alberta back on track. Former CEO; Minister of Immigration; Employment & Social Devt; & Defence
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Jason Kenney 5h
Had a great time at the New Year celebrations at Calgary's Chinese Cultural Centre. Here's to a healthy and prosperous
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Rebecca Rocki 21h
"Cree Indian, Saskatchewan, taken by G. E. , 1903"
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Jason Kenney Feb 17
Replying to @Wes_McLean
My sincere condolences, Wes.
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Jason Kenney Feb 16
Outrageous that the teachers union paid up to $50,000 for David Suzuki to defame Alberta’s energy industry & call for it to be “shut down.” Their salaries & pensions are paid for partly by the wealth created by Albertans who work in that industry.
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Jason Kenney Feb 17
Replying to @KarenWenLin
That was posted before he entered the race. Now PCPO members will have a chance to show what they really think about his carbon tax in this leadership election.
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Jason Kenney Feb 17
Growing support from folks in Slave Lake to help get Alberta back on track. Especially impressed by ten year-old Andrew, who took detailed notes of my speech & asked tough questions!
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Jason Kenney Feb 17
The Trudeau Liberals could clear this matter up right now by using section 92(10)(c) of the Constitution by making it perfectly clear that the TransMountain pipeline & issues surrounding it are under exclusive federal jurisdiction. even has a bill ready to go.
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Jason Kenney Feb 17
Contrary to what people in Alberta were hoping, it doesn't look like the ideological BC NDP is backing off its obstruction of the TransMountain pipeline. BC NDP & its Green partners are trying to delay project to death. There must be consequences.
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Calgary Sun Feb 16
Brian Jean Guest Column: Canadians must start working for each other
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D.B.Cooper Feb 17
Replying to @jkenney
My cost of natural gas in Jan was $77, the carbon “levy” was $52. Effectively a 68% tax on heating my home. Is that enough to buy a better social license? The one we doesn’t seem to be doing anything.
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Jason Kenney Feb 17
Important point: : 'Canada has lost $117B due to pipeline woes since 2010, says Frank McKenna.' WATCH: Made this very argument last weekend on CTV Question Period.
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Jason Kenney Feb 17
‘Social license’ in action...
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Jason Kenney Feb 17
Given what we’re seeing on the west coast, hard to argue with on this one.
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Scott Moe Feb 16
Unbelievable. PM said attempt to kill pipeline equate to SK carbon tax opposition. Here are the facts: Pipelines grow economy, create jobs, get resources to markets. Carbon tax kills jobs, crushes econ, buys no social license for SK oil.
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Jason Kenney Feb 17
Devastating news for a small community: The Bow Island Spitz plant is closing and moving to the US. I fear we'll see more stories like this as govt policies make the price of doing business more expensive in our province.
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Jason Kenney Feb 16
Replying to @Mike_Jones_1
Thank you!
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Jason Kenney Feb 16
Replying to @Killer0429
Thank-you!
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Jason Kenney Feb 16
Thank you to you and the whole crew for doing such an amazing job Shelly!
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Jason Kenney Feb 16
Good day of meetings & events in La Crete, including with Mackenzie County Council. La Crete is an amazingly tight knit community with a frontier spirit. And hometown of the great country band High Valley!
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Jason Kenney Feb 16
Has a blast crossing the Peace River ice bridge near La Crete in Alberta’s beautiful far North.
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