Under the NDP, Alberta was layered under extra layers of regulations, red tape, and damaging policies that held back our economy and job creators.
Alberta consistently scored an ‘F’ for red tape, suffocating businesses, making it more difficult to do business in Alberta.
The NDP got an 'F' for red tape. That means it was harder to do business in Alberta, and that led to job losses.— United Conservative Party of Alberta (@Alberta_UCP) July 5, 2019
The UCP promised to cut red tap, and we did. Alberta is open for business again! #ableg pic.twitter.com/aFRGDIEwhB
On top of burdensome tax hikes, it sent a troubling message to the world that Alberta was not interested in attracting jobs and investment in a major way.
That’s why we promised the Open for Business Act to liberate job creators and get Albertans back to work.
On Friday, I announced that a future United Conservative government will introduce the Open For Business Act, which will liberate job creators from NDP red tape and additional costs, and get Albertans back to work! https://t.co/am1JjEnuO2 pic.twitter.com/Cr3h0dmXrK— Jason Kenney (@jkenney) March 17, 2019
Combined with the Job Creation Tax Cut and repeal of the NDP’s carbon tax, it was one of the most comprehensive promises made to improve jobs and the economy in an election during Alberta’s history.
On May 27, we introduced the bill in the legislature and on July 18, 2019, it was signed into law.
Alberta is open for business! pic.twitter.com/CbDumZ0opk— Jason Kenney (@jkenney) April 22, 2019