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Forsyth statement on outrageous Federal Building costs

CALGARY, AB (January 30, 2015): Today, Wildrose Leader Heather Forsyth released the following statement on news the cost of the Federal Building has soared to $410 million.

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Forsyth statement on cabinet pay cut

CALGARY, AB (January 29, 2015): Today, Wildrose Leader Heather Forsyth released the following statement on news the PC government will cut cabinet minister base pay by 5 per cent.

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Prentice list of broken promises grows: Barnes

EDMONTON, AB (January 29, 2015): Premier Jim Prentice is adding to his legacy of broken promises and mistrust by reneging on a commitment to build new schools, Wildrose Education Critic Drew Barnes said today.  

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Forsyth issues statement on Raj Sherman

EDMONTON, AB (January 26, 2015): Today, Wildrose Leader Heather Forsyth released the following statement on Raj Sherman’s resignation as Alberta Liberal party leader.

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Wildrose Announces June Date for Leadership Race

CALGARY, AB: Today, the Wildrose party announced the next leader of the Wildrose will be selected by party members from across Alberta on June 6 at the Coast Plaza Hotel in Calgary.

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Overdue: Time for Prentice to deliver on promise of rural health care report

CALGARY, AB (January 23, 2015): Premier Jim Prentice needs to release the overdue Rural Health Care report immediately, decentralize health care decision making to local boards, and get moving on the significant challenges facing our health care system in communities across Alberta, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.

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Prentice talk on eroding Alberta Advantage will hurt all Albertans: Wildrose

EDMONTON, AB (January 23, 2015): Premier Jim Prentice’s musing about implementing a regressive sales tax and attacking Alberta’s single-rate tax as being an obstacle to poor and middle income families are inaccurate, will erode the Alberta advantage and hurt all Albertans, Wildrose Finance Critic Drew Barnes said today.

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Wildrose Announces 6 Candidates

Wildrose is pleased to announce candidates in six constituencies across Alberta.

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Wildrose Opens 6 New Nominations

Wildrose is pleased to announce that nominations are now officially open in six more constituencies.

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Forsyth statement on the passing of Const. David Wynn

CALGARY, AB (January 21, 2015): Today, Wildrose Leader Heather Forsyth released the following statement on the passing of Const. David Wynn.

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PCs continue to fail on red tape reduction

EDMONTON, AB (January 20, 2015): The PC government must take immediate action to reduce red tape after an embarrassing new report suggests Alberta is one of the worst province’s in Canada to do business in when it comes to overregulation, Wildrose Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour Critic Rick Strankman said today.  

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Review of infrastructure assets should include selling off MLA offices: Wildrose

EDMONTON, AB (January 20, 2015): The PC government should look at putting the new MLA office building up for sale as part of the government’s review of selling Alberta Infrastructure assets instead of putting hospitals and schools on the chopping block,  the Wildrose Official Opposition announced today.

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PST talk hurts business, would violate provincial law: Wildrose

EDMONTON, AB (January 19, 2015): Premier Jim Prentice openly musing about introducing a sales tax is shaking economic confidence as the province prepares to siphon off billions of dollars from Alberta businesses and consumers while violating provincial law, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.

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Executive Committee Vacancies

  • VP Communications
  • Provincial Director - North
  • Provincial Director - Central
  • Provincial Director - Calgary

Application deadline of Jan 26, 2015. Interested candidates can apply by emailing Wendy Fulton: Wendy.Fulton@wildrose.ca


While Prentice ramps up tax talk, $1 million Zamboni garage stands as symbol of PC mismanagement

EDMONTON, AB (January 15, 2015): While Premier Jim Prentice is talking about raising everyone’s taxes, a $1 million empty Zamboni garage stands as just the latest example of the PC government’s waste and mismanagement overseeing Alberta’s finances, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.

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Prentice needs to lead by example and curb his spending: Barnes

CALGARY, AB (January 14, 2015): Before slapping new taxes on the backs of hardworking Albertans, Premier Jim Prentice needs to focus on recalibrating his budget and cutting waste at the top, Wildrose Finance Critic Drew Barnes said today.

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Calgary and Edmonton Member Assembly Events

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Prentice should back down from sales tax talk

MEDICINE HAT, AB (January 13, 2015): Premier Jim Prentice is creating a litany of broken promises as he puts the possibility of raising the price of everything on the backs of taxpayers by putting a sales tax “on the table,” Wildrose Finance Critic Drew Barnes said today.

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New FOIP records show startling increase of AHS employees earning over $100,000: Saskiw

EDMONTON, AB (January 13, 2015): Premier Jim Prentice needs to immediately reverse his decision to not extend the province’s sunshine list across government with new freedom of information (FOIP) documents showing a startling increase of Alberta Health Services (AHS) employees earning over $100,000 from 2009 to 2013, Wildrose Justice Critic Shayne Saskiw said today.

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Shrouding provincial agencies from Sunshine List a big step back from transparency pledge: Saskiw

EDMONTON, AB (January 12, 2015): Shrouding all 200 provincial agencies, boards and commissions from Alberta’s sunshine list is a broken promise from the PC government and a major step back from Premier Jim Prentice’s pledge of greater accountability and transparency, Wildrose Justice Critic Shayne Saskiw said today.

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