Today’s Auditor General (AG) report shows how the NDP used the ministry of Advanced Education to pad caucus-related costs and a repeated failure to protect taxpayers, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.
Today, Wildrose Shadow Finance Minister Derek Fildebrandt demanded NDP Finance Minister Joe Ceci release the same details to the public that credit agencies are asking Alberta's government to share with them, and full details of how much debt the government will incur by 2024.
Credit rating agencies have told NDP Finance Minister Joe Ceci to provide more information before they make a decision on updating Alberta’s credit rating, leaving the minister with homework to do - homework that is already a year late, and has already led to four credit downgrades, Wildrose Shadow Finance Minister Derek Fildebrandt said.
Barely weeks after Premier Rachel Notley promised NDP government staff wouldn’t help their friends in the BC election, her self-appointed and taxpayer funded chief oilsands advisor Tzeporah Berman is now busy campaigning for the anti-pipeline BC NDP, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.
A worrying trend has been established by Premier Rachel Notley that sees her regularly skipping out on Question Period (QP), one of the key opportunities to hold the NDP government to account, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.
Wildrose MLA for Bonnyville – Cold Lake Scott Cyr today released the following statement following his private member’s Bill 202, Protecting Victims of Non-Consensual Distribution of Intimate Images Act passing third reading in the Legislature:
New data from Stats Canada shows how the NDP government has made a bad situation worse with Alberta’s gross domestic product (GDP) plunging 3.8 per cent in 2016, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.
Today, the Wildrose Official Opposition revealed new information showing only two airtankers were devoted to the Fort McMurray fire on the day before evacuation, and called on the NDP government to explain what happened and reassure Albertans response strategies have been fixed.
On Monday, Wildrose Shadow Environment & Parks Minister Todd Loewen will introduce a motion to improve reclamation efforts where development disturbs or removes a wetland, requires fill soil or is designed to store water for industrial use.
The NDP government’s ongoing mismanagement of Agriculture Financial Services Corporation (AFSC) has meant constant delays and economic hardship for farmers across Alberta who have the potential to lose over 960,000 acres of harvestable cropland, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.
Strengthening environmental land and water protection, ending bad practices, and improving access to Alberta’s fisheries highlight the Wildrose Plan for Alberta Fisheries released today by Wildrose Shadow Environment & Parks Minister Todd Loewen.
With hundreds of thousands of acres lost or unused from the 2016 harvest, it’s time for the NDP government to begin to properly support the farmers impacted, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.
Today, the Unity Discussion Group issued a joint statement on the progress of discussions between Wildrose and PC representatives working towards a single unity framework to be approved by the membership of both parties: