I'm a seasoned Process and Occupational Health and Safety Professional, I've been a resident of Alberta since 1974.
I'm too young too retire, the Oil and Gas Producer I worked 25 years for dumped me in an organization downsizing exercise. Its just one rejection letter after another. Times are tough.
I recognize the importance of creating new jobs for people - young people - but lets hear a voice saying to hiring companies, " check out the expertise thats available right now, at bargain prices.
Please do something to help the victims of massive lay offs in addition to the victims of Ft. McMurray's demise.
Notley has to go. Trudeau has to go. Thank god, MacAllum is going to China..........
NDP had a balanced budget when they came into power. To pay this back will be a tremendous undertaking, and ||I really hope that you do not do what Ralph Klien did and blow up hospitals no infrastructure not even a pot hole would be fixed. So I really hope you are planning on how you are going to fix this,when you are back in power, May 2019
All 5 items listed above are a big problem. It is really sad that we have poor leadership on both the Fed and Prov level. I have lived in AB all my live and we have seen tough times before but with the leadership we are getting I see no way out for most people. Very sad indeed and not required. I see no gain for any Canadians unless they are part of the wealthy.
None of your list of priorities can be effectively addressed or resolved if the Unite the Right Movement is not successful.Many Albertans, starting with the present PC Party must face this reality! The 'right' in Alberta was united for 40-plus years! The good news is that the Movement is growing!