The feds are increasing annual funding by $10 million over last year, plus they’re including $243 million in one-time top-up funding.
The province saw a year-over-year increase of only 0.2%. In 2016, it was 4.56%
They’ve doubled the gap between the parties, compared to 2020 numbers, leaving the UCP in their dust.
This could be the worst showing for a conservative MP in over 50 years.
Alberta’s active count of COVID-19 cases has increased at about 6% per day since 15 July, three times as fast as any other province.
Lethbridge’s crime severity dropped last year, compared to 2019, making two years in a row the city has seen decreasing crime rates.
The UCP government will receive $290 million over 4 years, yet announced plans to spend $45 million on childcare subsidies.
They expect $8 million more in revenue from tuition and fees this year than they received 2 years ago. Plus, they’ve already laid off over 100 faculty and staff.
It’s not race that determines how people are treated. It’s racism.
The donor has given the party (and its predecessors) $20,000 over the last 9 years.