During the last election, Jason Kenney promised that a United Conservative government would partner with Alberta’s First Nations in responsible resource development, putting reconciliation beyond words and into meaningful action. And with the announcement today the recently-formed Alberta Indigenous Opportunities Corporation has partnered with a consortium of six Alberta First Nations in the Cascade […]
Today, Jason Kenney kicked off construction of the Alberta leg of the Keystone XL pipeline, a project more than 12 years in the making. What does that mean for Albertans? 2,000 new jobs for construction workers. 269 km of new pipeline. It’s estimated that the pipeline will generate $30 billion in […]
The NDP were big fans of red tape and propping up allies to high levels of government who spent their careers working against Alberta’s oil and gas sector. And for too long, we watched Alberta’s regulatory process get bogged down with extended timelines and no clear benchmarks for approvals. Just take a look at competing […]
In power, the NDP let the Trudeau Liberals introduce Bill C-69 and Bill C-48 without a whisper of complaint for several months. Rachel Notley now wants to speak out against Justin Trudeau’s tanker ban (C-48). But Rachel Notley was *physically* with Justin Trudeau on the very day the ban was announced – and said […]
Keeping our promises: Standing Up for Natural Gas Sector Canada is the fourth largest natural gas producer, with more than half of that production coming from Alberta. Natural gas is a critical part of our economy and generates work for tens of thousands of Albertans. That’s why we put forward an aggressive platform to stand […]
Providing Certainty: The Royalty Guarantee Act From the platform: Royalty Guarantee Recent Alberta governments shook investor confidence with royalty reviews. A United Conservative government will guarantee in law that the royalty regime in place when a well is permitted will remain in place for that project in perpetuity. Constant royalty reviews under previous governments […]
Twice in 2019, Alberta voters sent a loud and clear message: get rid of the carbon tax! Unlike the NDP, we follow the marching orders Albertans give us. That’s why we promised to fight the federal carbon tax and challenge it in the courts. The NDP and pro-carbon tax pundits in the media told it […]
The NDP never campaigned on a carbon tax, but brought one in anyway. We kept our promise to repeal the NDP carbon tax with our first bill in the legislature and we kept our word. Promise made. Promise kept. Can you help get our positive story out and strengthen our movement?