I will continue to be accessible and listen to all of your concerns, comments and suggestions. I will work with the City and support the progression of the South East Transit Line in any way I can. Our office will continue to update constituents on current school projects in our community and to advocate for excellent education for our children.
Our economy, provincial finances and protecting the jobs of Albertans is a continued priority for myself and the PC Caucus. We will advocate for a strong fiscal plan that promotes sustainability with strong government services.
New Brighton Public School Parents Association recently hosted their second fundraiser towards their new school projects and we were happy to assist. If you’d like to learn more, or get involved with their group, please visit their Facebook page: New Brighton School Parent's Association - Public Schools.
It’s been a great summer attending events and meeting constituents. I have been fortunate to take part in:
- Chaparral Pancake Breakfast
- New Brighton All Stars Game
- BBQ put on by residents in New Brighton
- CBC Pancake Breakfast
- New Brighton Stampede Breakfast
- Silverado Stampede BBQ
- Servants Anonymous Stampede Breakfast
- Horizon House Stampede Breakfast
- Calgary Emergency Women’s Centre Tour
- All Seniors Care Seniors Games Medal Presentation
- High River Community Celebration
Along with many other events in the City of Calgary and surrounding areas.
If you would like to learn more, you can view the introduction here.
On June 18th I had the opportunity to ask a question in Question Period regarding flood mitigation. You can view the question and follow up supplemental here.
On June 23rd I spoke in the Legislature about my concern for businesses in Alberta and job loss. You can watch my member’s statement here.
I am happy to see shovels in the ground on many of our Calgary-South East School Projects. I look forward to seeing these schools open and serving our children!
Our office has received questions regarding weeds at the exits of Stoney Trail. We are happy to report that we have followed up with these concerns and the weeds to all Stoney Trail community entrances have been cut. We will continue to monitor this issue.
We have received several inquiries regarding the on/off ramp at Cranston Stoney Trail and people driving up and down the hills. This August, Alberta Transportation will work with the contractor to have fencing installed. This will prevent the illegal exiting from occurring in the future.
If you have any other comments or concerns you would like us to follow up with, please contact our office and let us know.
Thank you for your confidence in myself and my office. I will continue to be your voice in the Legislature and support issues that are important to you.
MLA Rick Fraser
Did you know we can provide congratulatory scrolls for certain occasions? For information on this, or for any other questions, concerns or inquiries, please contact my office at (403) 215-8930.