The new United Conservative Government will focus on jobs, pipelines and getting a fair deal in Canada.
Groups pushing to landlock Alberta energy are supporting the Trudeau-Notley alliance.
“We will end the Trudeau-Notley alliance, and go to court to defend Alberta’s constitutional power to control our resources” Kenney vows.
Kenney visits Medicine Hat, renews call for BC to end opposition to Alberta pipelines.
Support in Lethbridge
Kenney joins UCP candidates Flatla and Neudorf to hear from voters looking for jobs and carbon-tax free future.
During last night’s debate, NDP leader Rachel Notley again denied any responsibility for the failure of Enbridge’s Northern Gateway pipeline, and tried to claim that the Federal Court of Appeal is why the project didn’t go ahead.
Kenney pledges “transformational commitment to reconciliation” that will partner with Indigenous communities on major resource projects.
Royalty guarantee, support for natural gas, well remediation, faster approvals, petrochemical diversification all part of UCP plan.
As leader of the United Conservatives, I join with those observing St. John Paul II Day.
UCP to save taxpayers hundreds of dollars a year at the pump by scrapping Notley/Trudeau carbon tax.
The NDP platform unveiled today offers no credible plan to get Albertans back to work, grow the economy, and reign in out-of-control finances after four years of NDP mismanagement.
UCP Leader Kenney pledges fund to improve security for vulnerable communities.
UCP Leader Jason Kenney has issued a statement after Matt Jones was named as the party’s candidate in Calgary-South East for the 2019 provincial election.
Plan Includes Shorter Surgical Wait Times, Major Investments in Mental Health and Addictions, Palliative Care Support.
In their 2015 election platform, the NDP promised a small surplus for 2018-19, and a $586 million surplus for 2019-20. Instead, the NDP has delivered record-breaking deficits, including a projected $7.9 billion deficit for this year.
Kenney announces plan to bring common sense to education.
United Conservative Leader Jason Kenney has issued a statement following the nomination of Heather Sworin as the Party’s candidate in Edmonton-Mill Woods for the 2019 provincial election.