February 23, 2021 – Under a United Conservative government, Alberta is now on court challenging Ottawa’s Bill C-69, the no-more-pipelines law. During the election, United Conservatives under Jason Kenney promised to challenge the legislation during the last provincial election. Bill C-69 was widely panned across partisan lines in Alberta as being a dangerous piece of […]
Nov. 16, 2020 Alberta’s United Conservative government is on track to meet its election pledge to cut red tape by one third, the first ever annual red tape reduction report said today. In just one year, red tape has been reduced 6.2 per cent across government. The report shows that type of reduction has meant […]
Before the legislature wrapped up its business this week, United Conservatives kept another major promise with the passage of Bill 32, legislation that ends the practice of using mandatory union dues to fund political campaigns without the explicit opt-in of the worker. Too often in Alberta, we’ve seen workers have to fund campaigns to […]
This past week, United Conservatives passed Bill 22, the Red Tape Reduction Implementation Act. It’s another promise made, promise kept from Jason Kenney and UCP MLAs who are working at a breakneck pace in the legislature to get our economy back on track. During the election, we promised to reduce red tape in […]
During the last election, United Conservatives campaigned on a big vision to restore balance to Alberta’s labour laws that put workers in the driver’s seat. A big piece of that promise was to end the practice of using mandatory union dues to fund political campaigns without the explicit opt-in consent of the worker. […]
Albertans voted United Conservatives with a historic mandate to be laser focused on jobs and the economy. With the unprecedented health and economic crisis, our United Conservative government has stepped up in a big way. The Alberta Recovery Plan released by Jason Kenney included a historic $10 billion infrastructure plan for our province. […]
Alberta’s Economic Recovery Plan includes major progress on a big campaign commitment made by United Conservatives in the last election. Under the NDP, taxes on job creators went up 20 per cent. We promised to reverse the trend in a big way to invite investment back to Alberta. The promise was to drop the tax […]
Albertans have faced historic challenges in 2020. A global health and economic crisis was made even worse when oil prices took a nosedive due to price wars and an unprecedented drop in demand. Compared to the rest of Canada, we have been leaders in our response in support for our job creators and workers. But […]
Shortly after being elected, the NDP rammed through major changes to tens of thousands of farmers and ranchers without consultation.
When the NDP came into power, they promised a 20 per cent tax hike on job creators would bring in massive amounts of new revenues. They promised Albertans it would solve our budget shortfalls.