The Government of Alberta announced the Student Transportation Task Force, which Lethbridge–East MLA Nathan Neudorf will chair. On the surface, it actually seems pretty benign.
Ensuring that companies can still cut up animals is more important than acknowledging the more than 1,500 meat packing workers affected by COVID-19.
A recent article mentioned a union letter addressed to the head of Cargill, I wondered if a copy was online, and if it mentioned the head of the plant by name.
While researching for an upcoming story, I noticed MLA Drew Barnes claimed as assets, loans to 5 companies. Then I realized they were his own companies.
Last week, the federal government announced three judicial appointments.
Earlier this week, the Alberta government announced that they had established the Agriculture Industry Advisory Committee. Here are the committee members.
I recently searched through the expense claims for all the MLAs and found 62 MLAs who expensed any amount under this allowance during the 2019–2020 fiscal year.
In March, the province published an announcement on their website, promoting Babylon, a health app produced by TELUS.
While combing through public disclosure statements for Alberta MLAs, I noticed some MLAs own rental properties. When I cross checked their expense claims, I noticed that 17 of them expensed housing costs in Edmonton.
The province announced this week new appointments to boards of governors of 4 postsecondary institutions.