Last September, Jason Kenney’s executive director of issues management said some things about AISH that weren’t quite correct.
The UCP recently changed the film & TV tax credit to remove a $10 million cap that they implemented just last year.
Last week, the provincial government announced plans for a provincial park in Edmonton. The new 68-hectare (168-acre) Big Island Provincial Park will be built in the southwest region of the city. To kickstart the establishment of the park, the province has promised nearly $300,000 for planning and engagement: $189,000 of it will go to Enoch […]
In this year’s budget, the UCP plan to spend $35 million more on diagnostic, therapeutic and other patient services. Their first year in power, they cut spending in that area by $40 million.
The party expects the changes will help 11,600 households. Meanwhile, 500,000 people have unaffordable rent prices.
Even though a month ago, they said they weren’t going to create any new spaces this year.
Yet they’re spending nearly $200 million less per year than the NDP had planned.
Jason Kenney didn’t like the Supreme Court’s decision on the federal carbon tax. In his response, he left out a few glaring details.
To date, Alberta has yet to commit any funds. Several municipalities plan to contribute over $18 million.
This despite cutting the Indigenous Housing Capital Program by nearly half.