While the deficit is projected at 57% lower now than February’s original projection, it’s not because the UCP are deficit-slaying masters.
And their emissions increased 17.4% between 2009 and 2019.
The official list has 6 for mayor and 32 for city council. Check out my list of candidates to watch.
And that’s despite gaining nearly 20,000 new jobs.
Yesterday, the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce hosted an all-candidate forum. Given recent restrictions implemented by the Alberta government, the chamber chose to have no public audience and livestreamed the video, which you can view below. As part of their livestream, they allowed viewers to submit questions, which then the moderator would share with the candidates. […]
Last night was my first candidate debate of the 2021 federal election, hosted by the Coaldale Chamber of Commerce. you can watch the entire thing here:
The Allied Arts Council of Lethbridge emailed the federal candidates 4 questions regarding the arts in Lethbridge and in general: What is your vision for the arts sector in our riding? And what do you see as the benefits of investing in the arts? Do you support the federal government investing in the arts through […]
I received the following question from a voter: I love the idea of independent candidates, and I really love that you’re running specifically; however, if you do get elected, how can you have a voice in Ottawa as an independent? I’m legitimately curious how an independent candidate could get anything accomplished without the backing of […]
A voter sent me this question: What is your view on post secondary education? How will you support students and faculty? I’ve already seen the effects of budget cuts, and the semester hasn’t even started yet! I understand you spent some time at the U of L, so I’m curious if you will honor that […]
Did you know that the most recent federal census reported over 50,000 people making less than $40,000 a year?