Today, Wildrose Shadow Economic Development & Trade Minister Prasad Panda demanded Premier Rachel Notley to publicly disclose if any taxpayer dollars were spent on a highly partisan speech in Ontario for a union with close ties to her office.
Today, Wildrose Shadow Health Minister Drew Barnes released the following statement after Alberta Health Services announced its plan to extend Dynalife’s contract for lab services in Edmonton and northern Alberta:
With Alberta facing one of the worst recessions since the National Energy Program, the Wildrose Official Opposition today called on the NDP government to reverse its harmful policies and implement Wildrose recommendations to get Alberta back on the right track.
The NDP government’s first quarter update officially puts Alberta back into a net debt position for the first time in nearly two decades and continues to make things worse by dragging down Alberta’s economy and hurting working families, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.
While drilling activity has picked up in neighbouring Saskatchewan, Alberta continues to be hampered by a lack of investor confidence due to the NDP government, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.
The NDP should immediately reverse its decision to impose fees on families who enjoy Sikome Lake, so that struggling Albertans can continue to enjoy this great provincial destination, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.
New information released today by Postmedia showing Health Minister Sarah Hoffman rejecting a plan to save millions of dollars in upgrades to laundry facilities at AHS facilities is just the latest example of the NDP putting ideology above outcomes for Alberta patients and taxpayers, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.
EDMONTON, AB: Today, NDP MLAs doubled down on their overhauling of election financing by defeating a Wildrose motion to level the playing field with election spending, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.
EDMONTON, AB: Despite the NDP promising better results in health care after throwing more money into a broken system, wait times for MRIs have skyrocketed by a shocking 11 weeks in just one year, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.
EDMONTON, AB: The NDP government should stop wasting money on a health advocate’s office if it is not going to get results for Albertans suffering under a broken health care system, Wildrose Shadow Health Minister Drew Barnes said.
The NDP’s risky plan to provide Alberta’s political parties with millions of dollars in taxpayer funded rebates will come at a steep cost to Alberta families, and the government should be clear about how much, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.
The NDP should drop their plan to provide political parties with millions of dollars in taxpayer funded rebates during a time of massive deficits and economic uncertainty, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.
Today,Wildrose Shadow Human Services Minister Angela Pitt released the following statement on the roll out of the Residential Tenancies Amendment Act, also known as the Safer Spaces for Victims of Domestic Violence Amendment:
With the government spending almost $6 million in government advertising in just one year, the NDP should either scrap a new motion to limit election spending or give political parties the same spending caps on advertising as the Alberta government, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.
Wildrose Shadow Economic Development and Trade Minister Prasad Panda today launched a fact-finding tour to meet with local businesses, economic development associations, incubators and accelerators on how to diversify Alberta’s economy and attract investment.
Decades-old documents show the clause protecting Albertans from a government introducing massive tax or regulatory changes to Alberta’s electricity grid had always been the government’s intention, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.