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Samantha Peck, APR
Press Secretary to Alberta’s Associate Minister of Natural Gas & Electricity. I've been told I'm "too sarcastic for my own good." Twitter hasn't helped.
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Samantha Peck, APR retweeted
Michael Solberg 🐶 5h
🙄🙄🙄 is our elected head of govt - its hardly “sidelining” anyone by giving the Premier time to speak to all Albertans on the lay of the land, the outlook & the supports available to them. That’s the core function of any Premier, especially during crisis.
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Justin Brattinga 5h
"Virtually none of them." The NDP continue to take cheap partisan shots during a pandemic. Deferring WCB Premiums, including paying 50% of them for small and medium businesses, saving them $350 million.
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Tyler Shandro 17h
We’ve expanded testing criteria for COVID-19 to help prioritize at-risk populations and groups at highest risk of local exposure. The COVID-19 online assessment tool from will help determine if you need testing. Take the self-assessment here:
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Samantha Peck, APR 7h
Premier Kenney will be addressing Albertans tonight at 6:00 👇🏼
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Jason Kenney Apr 6
A must-read open letter to Canadians from oil and gas workers👇
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Matt Solberg Apr 6
If Canadians want economic recovery, we need to make sure the energy sector survives to fuel it. This letter is an SOS call from an industry on life support.
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Samantha Peck, APR Apr 6
Replying to @doug_schweitzer
When I was three, my mom (who was a hair dresser at the time) came home to discover my dad had attempted to cut my bangs on his own. Apparently every pass through kept coming out uneven and at the end of it, I had Jim Carrey circa Dumb & Dumber bangs.
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Jason Kenney Apr 6
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Jason Kenney Apr 6
Construction on has started. Shovels are in the ground. Alberta is taking control of our economic destiny.
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Samantha Peck, APR Apr 6
"It's clear any aid package is being influenced by the push-pull the Liberals have felt between one of Canada's most influential economic sectors and an environment movement." 👈🏼 This sentence should make your jaw drop
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Samantha Peck, APR Apr 6
Replying to @JordanUhl
Not a good look.
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Samantha Peck, APR Apr 6
Wishing you a speedy recovery, BoJo ❤️🙏🏼
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Brian Bateson Apr 6
It is extremely disappointing that in the middle of a public health emergency, the Chief of Staff continues to try and politicize the situation. Fact: Alberta Health received a $500M budget increase to fight COVID19 and if more is needed we will spend more.
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WIN House Apr 4
Are you dealing with abuse in your home, do you feel lost in the silence... please reach out to our help line at 780-479-0058 we are here to help you. If your looking for ways to help please go to
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Jason Kenney Apr 4
Incredible work by 13 year-old Owen Plumb, who 3D printed nearly 100 face shields for our front-line healthcare workers. So proud of this great example of Alberta’s can-do spirit.
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Samantha Peck, APR Apr 4
Replying to @BreakenridgeYEG
Okay but he’s still such a good boy 😍
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Jason Nixon Apr 4
“He comes running up to the door and asked me how I want my steak.” This is peak Alberta: generosity with a side of AB beef!
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Kaycee Madu Apr 3
Over the past week, more than 1,100 offers of support have poured in from private and non-profit organizations through the Bits and Pieces program. This is the Alberta I know and love. We answer the call for each other in the face of adversity:
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NASA Apr 3
If you look out your window this evening, you might be rewarded with a brilliant view of Venus, which will pass near a star cluster known as the Pleiades. Don’t miss your chance — Venus won’t make another appearance this close to the Pleiades until 2028:
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Nicholas Milliken Apr 3
Take a quick moment and now click and watch the video below. Push aside any partisan viewpoints and watch it with an open mind.
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