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Canada’s emissions saw largest drop under Stephen Harper

Between 1990 and 2019, Canada’s emissions dropped only 8 times—the largest was in 2009, 3 years into Harper’s administration.

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Alberta lost 70,000 salaried employees since UCP were elected

Alberta has the worst performance since 2018 of all the provinces.

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New report claims living wage for Lethbridge family of 4 is $15 an hour

Alberta Living Wage Network calculated that a Lethbridge family of 4 could cover their living needs if both parents were working full-time and making $15 an hour.

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New poll shows 1 in 3 Albertans aren’t paid enough to cover their bills

Alberta consumers are most likely to say that it’s becoming more expensive to feed themselves or their families.

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UCP govt to cut postsecondary spending by $1.5 billion

That number increases to more than $3.5 billion if you factor in inflation and population growth.

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Lethbridge city council appoints cop’s dad to police commission

Newly-elected city councillor John Middleton-Hope was recently appointed to the Lethbridge Police Commission. His son is a constable with LPS.

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Alberta’s new $10/day childcare programme excludes some families

While $10 a day is better than what have now, there are a bunch of caveats.

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Alberta announced $23M for homelessness but no actual homes

Nearly all the funding will be for temporary measures.

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Keystone XL officially died in June 2021

And all Alberta has to show for it is $91 million in shares should the project ever sell off pipeline components.

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UCP govt helping 2 Métis communities take Ottawa to court

The Métis Nation of Alberta denounced the spending of over $372,000 by the provincial government to these two groups.