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EDMONTON, AB (May 21, 2013): Today, Wildrose Critic for Human Services Jeff Wilson released the following statement on the PC government’s announcement they would reassess plans to cut $42 million in supports for persons with developmental disabilities.
EDMONTON, AB (May 21, 2013): Wildrose Official Opposition Leader Danielle Smith released the following statement today on Edmonton Mayor Stephen Mandel’s retirement from politics:
CALGARY, AB (May 21, 2013): The PC government cuts to palliative care nurses are another broken promise that hurt Alberta’s most vulnerable in their times of need, Wildrose Official Opposition Health Critic Health Forsyth said, today.
EDMONTON, AB (May 17, 2013): In response to allegations that Edmonton-Manning MLA Peter Sandhu filed a false affidavit, Wildrose Official Opposition Leader Danielle Smith has sent a letter to the RCMP requesting a criminal investigation.
EDMONTON, AB (May 14, 2013): Wildrose Official Opposition Leader Danielle Smith released the following statement on the results of tonight’s British Columbia provincial election: “I wish to extend my congratulations to Premier Christy Clark and the BC Liberals on their re-election this evening. Ms. Clark ran a focused campaign on economic growth and I’m happy …
EDMONTON, AB (May 14, 2013): Wildrose Official Opposition Leader Danielle Smith released the following statement today after news reports involving PC MLA Peter Sandhu:
EDMONTON, AB (May 13, 2013): Despite promising to put in a place a twice-weekly bathing policy in care facilities several months ago, many seniors and vulnerable Albertans in care are still fortunate to be receiving one bath a week, Wildrose Seniors Critic Kerry Towle said. The policy was implemented in March following months of public …
EDMONTON, AB (May 13, 2013): Today, the Wildrose Official Opposition joined Jody Shkrobot, an Edmonton-based pharmacist and former head of the Canadian Pharmacists Association (CPA), to present a petition calling on the PC government to reconsider its ill-advised central planning price controls on generic drugs. The move – which forces pharmacies to sell generic drugs …
EDMONTON, AB (May 8, 2013): The Wildrose Official Opposition is calling on the PC government to step up enforcement of Alberta’s accommodation standards after revealing appalling living conditions for residents in two southern Alberta assisted living facilities.
EDMONTON, AB (May 7, 2013): Wildrose Service Alberta Critic Rod Fox is applauding Service Alberta Minister Manmeet Bhullar for implementing his recommended changes to the Condominium Property Act which will protect Alberta condominium owners from unaffordable special assessments. These new changes eliminate costly, one-time special assessments condo boards would collect for repairs in favour of …
EDMONTON, AB (May 7, 2013): The PC government needs to step up enforcement against investment fraudsters and scam artists who are ripping off Alberta investors for billions of dollars, turning Alberta into a wild west for small investors, Wildrose Finance Critic Rob Anderson said today. Anderson raised the issue with Finance Minister Doug Horner today …
EDMONTON, AB (May 7, 2013): With support from all parties, the Legislature passed Wildrose Culture Critic Blake Pedersen’s private members’ motion urging the government to restore a competitive film tax credit to bolster Alberta’s film industry. The proposal in Pedersen’s motion would replace the current system of awarding grants to film companies through the Alberta …
EDMONTON, AB (May 6, 2013): Today, Wildrose Advanced Education Critic Bruce McAllister joined Dr. Robert Church in condemning the PC government’s plan to centralize research under Campus Alberta, a plan that will result in a brain drain and make Alberta less competitive on the world stage.
EDMONTON, AB (May 3, 2013): Alberta electricity consumers continue to be punished by PC government mismanagement with the construction of new transmission lines costing more than double the cost of buried lines in other jurisdictions, Wildrose Utilities Critic Joe Anglin said today. Recently, the Blackstone Power Cable from Quebec to New York, two 5-inch diameter …
EDMONTON, AB (May 2, 2013): Health Minister Fred Horne continues to create instability among pharmacies by saying he intends to bulldoze ahead with across the board central planning price controls on generic drugs, the Wildrose Official Opposition said today.
EDMONTON, AB (May 2, 2013): For the second day in a row, Premier Alison Redford used a taxpayer-funded backdrop of school children to launch a desperate, partisan and factually incorrect attack on the Wildrose Official Opposition.
EDMONTON, AB (May 1, 2013): The Wildrose Official Opposition is calling on the Alberta PC party to return $405,000 in election contributions delivered in one large sum by the Katz Group on behalf of several individuals and companies in the dying days of last spring’s provincial election, and the government should table legislation immediately to close the loophole that allowed these types of contributions to proceed.
CHESTERMERE, AB (April 29, 2013): Today, Wildrose Education Critic Bruce McAllister released the following statement on the announcement by the provincial government of the construction and modernization of new schools.
EDMONTON, AB (April 27, 2013): Today, Wildrose Employment, Immigration and Enterprise Critic Gary Bikman released the following statement for tomorrow’s National Day of Mourning. “Nothing can erase the undue pain and hardship families of Albertans killed in the workplace live with every day. These stories are still far too common and completely avoidable. “There are …
EDMONTON, AB (April 26, 2013): The PC government continues to have no exit strategy to scrap the policy of separating seniors from their homes by over 100 kilometres implemented as a temporary measure in 2009 during the H1N1 crisis, Wildrose Seniors Critic Kerry Towle said today.