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Stronger oversight needed in electricity market: MacIntyre

EDMONTON, AB (July 28, 2015): Today, Wildrose Shadow Minister for Electricity and Renewables Don MacIntyre called for stronger oversight in Alberta’s electricity system, following a regulatory finding of market manipulation and price rigging.

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Ceci set to rubber stamp higher royalty rates: Wildrose

EDMONTON, AB (July 27, 2015): Finance Minister Joe Ceci needs to explain why the NDP government is planning to boost royalty rates before the pending royalty review has even started, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.

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NDP promises on CCS were just hot air

EDMONTON, AB (July 23, 2015): The NDP government needs to explain why just three months after the election they are breaking one of their key campaign promises to scrap funding for present and future carbon capture projects (CCS), the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.

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Anderson calls on privacy commissioner to investigate Service Alberta

EDMONTON, AB (July 21, 2015): Today, Wildrose Shadow Service Alberta Minister Wayne Anderson has sent a letter to the Office of the Information and Privacy Commissioner calling on the office to investigate Service Alberta making up legislative language in order to deny documents to Wildrose.

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NDP borrowing charts Alberta for credit downgrade: Fildebrandt

EDMONTON, AB (July 20, 2015): Today, Wildrose Shadow Finance Minister Derek Fildebrandt called on the NDP government to stop ignoring Alberta’s exploding debt after Moody’s Investors Service warned of a possible credit downgrade.

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Concrete action needed on energy development

EDMONTON, AB (July 17, 2015): Premiers acknowledging the importance of the energy sector is positive, but today’s agreement falls short in assuring the development of critical pipeline projects, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.

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MacIntyre to co-chair Pacific Northwest Economic Region initiative

EDMONTON, AB (July 16, 2015): Innisfail–Sylvan Lake MLA Don MacIntyre has accepted an invitation to co-chair a Pacific NorthWest Economic Region (PNWER) initiative to improve energy efficiency in new and existing buildings, create jobs and increase resiliency and competitiveness in the Pacific Northwest, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.

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Jean calls for Alberta's interests to be protected in energy strategy talks

EDMONTON, AB (July 16, 2015): Today, Wildrose Leader Brian Jean released the following statement calling on Premier Rachel Notley to stand up for Alberta’s interests during energy strategy talks at the Council of the Federation.

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New report on wait times shows urgent need for reform and innovation: Barnes

EDMONTON, AB (July 14, 2015): A new report shows the true cost to Albertans of having among the longest wait times in the country, Wildrose Health Shadow Minister Drew Barnes said today.

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Fildebrandt calls on ministers responsible for Kananaskis to appear before public accounts

CALGARY, AB (July 13, 2015): Today, Wildrose Shadow Finance Minister Derek Fildebrandt is calling on former ministers responsible for the latest Kananaskis boondoggle to appear before the public accounts committee.

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Wildrose calls on NDP to reinstate child and youth advocate funding

AIRDRIE, AB (July 10, 2015): Today, Wildrose Shadow Human Services Minister Angela Pitt called on the NDP to keep their campaign commitment to reinstate funding to expand the investigative powers of the Child and Youth Advocate Office.

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Cyr releases statement on wildfire evacuations to Cold Lake

Today, Wildrose Bonnyville-Cold Lake MLA Scott Cyr released the following statement on the tremendous support the city of Cold Lake, Cold Lake First Nations, the Canadian Red Cross and the Saskatchewan government are showing to wildfire evacuees from Saskatchewan.

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NDP approve borrowing binge behind closed doors

EDMONTON, AB (July 9, 2015): The NDP are on a borrowing stampede after rubber stamping $6 billion in new debt behind closed doors, Wildrose Shadow Finance Minister Derek Fildebrandt said today.

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Further delays and lack of information on Calgary Cancer Centre

CALGARY, AB (July 8, 2015): The NDP announcement on a Calgary Cancer Centre was packaged with few details on the timing and cost of building the facility at the Foothills Medical Centre site, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.

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Ring Road announcement incomplete without details on west leg: Wildrose

CALGARY, AB (July 7, 2015): Today’s ring road announcement failed to provide any details for Calgarians and the people of southern Alberta on when the final leg of the ring road on the west end will be completed, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.

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AG report shows action needed on mental health, reducing emissions: Wildrose

EDMONTON, AB (July 6, 2015): Today’s Auditor General report outlines AHS’ failure on mental health services, and repeated examples of Alberta’s reduction emissions program being ineffective and unaccountable, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.

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Wildrose announces nomination date for Calgary-Foothills

CALGARY, AB (July 3, 2015): At the Calgary Stampede Stomp on July 2, Wildrose announced Aug. 15 for its Calgary-Foothills nomination vote in light of a looming byelection.

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Annual report shows rough financial waters ahead: Fildebrandt

CALGARY, AB (June 30, 2015): Today’s annual report released by the government shows the NDP fully committed to using the same bad accounting practices used by former PC governments and paints a troubling financial picture for Alberta going forward, Wildrose Shadow Finance Minister Derek Fildebrandt said.

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Pitt calls on Premier to explain Dancey appointment

AIRDRIE, AB (June 30, 2015): Today, Wildrose Shadow Minister for the Status of Women Angela Pitt released the following statement on the NDP’s appointment of Brent Dancey as the chief of staff for the new women’s ministry and the Ministry of Environment and Parks. According to reports, Dancey was previously convicted of a brutal assault and sentenced to nine months in prison:

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