Sign in with FacebookTwitter   or  email
Every member MUST have a unique email to be applied to the correct profile.

Jean Meets With Caucus, Announces Six Senior Shadow Cabinet Positions and Caucus Officers

EDMONTON, AB (May 11, 2015): Today, Wildrose Leader Brian Jean met with the 21 members of the new Wildrose Official Opposition and released the core members of his shadow cabinet and caucus officers.

Read more

Wildrose Leader Brian Jean issues open letter to Albertans

CALGARY, AB (May 4, 2015): Today, Wildrose Leader Brian Jean released a letter to all Albertans asking for their support in the upcoming provincial election:

Read more

Wildrose releases campaign donor list; challenges PCs & NDP to follow suit

CALGARY, AB (May 3, 2015): Today, Wildrose Leader Brian Jean released all reportable contributions to the Wildrose campaign (over $250) so far and urged PC leader Jim Prentice and NDP Leader Rachel Notley to do the same.

Read more

Wildrose election fundraising crosses the million dollar mark

CALGARY, AB (May 3, 2015):  With three days to go before the election, today Wildrose is pleased to announce that it has already raised well over $1 million dollars in contributions since the drop of the election writ.

Read more

Wildrose Announces Accountability Act As Bill 1 and Blue Ribbon Audit Panel

CALGARY, AB (May 2, 2015): To restore the faith of Albertans after 44 years of one-party government, the first piece of legislation a Wildrose government would pass would be a comprehensive Accountability Act to be complemented by a Blue Ribbon Audit Panel to clean up government.

Read more

Wildrose pledges $500 activity tax credits for children and seniors once budget is balanced

CALGARY, AB (May 1, 2015): Today, Wildrose Leader Brian Jean said a Wildrose government would introduce a $500 Child Activity Tax Credit and $500 Seniors Activity Tax Credit once the budget is balanced.

Read more

Wildrose to complete Calgary and Edmonton ring roads

CALGARY, AB (April 29, 2015): Today, Wildrose announced a commitment to complete Alberta’s major ring road projects and reverse the Prentice PCs delay of the final critical leg of the Calgary ring road, Wildrose Leader Brian Jean said today.

Read more

Only Wildrose can stand up and protect jobs for Alberta: Jean

CALGARY, AB (April 28, 2015): Today, Wildrose Leader Brian Jean delivered an important address in Calgary saying the only way to stop the PC Coalition for Higher Taxes, and the NDP is to vote Wildrose.

Read more

World-Class Education: Wildrose would improve funding for special needs students and mental health

FORT McMURRAY, AB (April 27, 2015): A Wildrose government would increase supports for special needs students and boost funding for mental health supports, Wildrose Leader Brian Jean announced today.

Read more

REALITY CHECK: Prentice and NDP share same script on Gateway

EDMONTON, AB (April 26, 2015): Back in September, Jim Prentice's position on the Northern Gateway sounded a lot like Rachel Notley's now. 

Read more

Building our towns, cities and municipal districts: Wildrose reveals details of 10/10 MSI plan

FORT McMURRAY, AB (April 26, 2015): The Wildrose’s popular 10/10 MSI Plan will provide predictable, sustainable, direct funding for Alberta’s cities, towns and municipal districts, while it allocates new funding for important regional projects, the Wildrose said today. 

Read more

Jean releases statement on pipelines

EDMONTON, AB (April 25, 2015): Today, Wildrose Leader Brian Jean released the following statement on NDP Leader Rachel Notley’s comments on Northern Gateway and the Keystone XL pipelines. 

Read more

PCs spend a billion dollars on sole-source contracts in one year

EDMONTON, AB (April 25, 2015): While the Prentice PCs are raising 59 new taxes on families, they spent almost a billion dollars in sole-sourced contracts in the past year alone.

Read more

REALITY CHECK: PCs fail to remember their own school fee numbers

EDMONTON, AB (April 24, 2015): Today, in response to the Wildrose plan to end school fees and lower taxes for families, the PCs said ending mandatory school fees would cost $193 million per year, not $100 million like we said.

Read more

REALITY CHECK: Don Scott Should Apologize for Unprofessional Behaviour

EDMONTON, AB (April 24, 2015): Don Scott and an assistant spent $24,100 on a first-class trip to Warsaw, Poland that turned into a personal vacation to London, England for the two, in a prime example of why Alberta needs Wildrose’s plans for travel reform for MLAs.

Read more

Standing up for families: Wildrose would scrap mandatory school fees

EDMONTON, AB (April 24, 2015): A Wildrose government would put an end to the nickel-and-diming of parents every September by scrapping mandatory school fees in all public, Catholic, and public charter schools, Wildrose Leader Brian Jean announced today.

Read more

Jean presents clear vision for low taxes and balanced budgets in Leaders' Debate

EDMONTON, AB (April 23, 2015): Wildrose Leader Brian Jean presented Alberta voters with a clear alternative for low taxes and balanced budgets against what he called the Coalition for Higher Taxes during tonight’s leader’s debate.

Read more

REALITY CHECK: Prentice ABC promise heavy on rhetoric, light on details

EDMONTON, AB (April 22, 2015): Last week, after facing steep criticism for protecting ABCs from salary disclosure rules and increasing spending while raising the largest tax increase in Alberta’s history, Jim Prentice stumbled out another dithering policy prescription to reduce ABCs by 25 per cent.

Read more

Statement on Wildrose Financial Plan

CALGARY, AB (April 21, 2015): In response to the PCs continued attempts to justify their desperate and outlandish claims about the Wildrose Low-Tax Balanced Budget and Savings Plan, Wildrose Leader Brian Jean made the following statement:

Read more

JUST THE FACTS: PCs No Longer Deserve a Blank Cheque

EDMONTON, AB (April 21, 2015): The latest Prentice PC reversal on their budget comes after strong opposition from Albertans and the Wildrose on the cruel PC plan to increase taxes on charitable donations.

Read more