Last month, I wrote a news story regarding the Alberta government awarding the contract of lab testing services to a private company after lobbying from a firm the company had hired. Last week, I received collective bargaining agreements between the private company, DynaLIFE, and the Health Sciences Association of Alberta, as well as between HSAA […]
This marks two months of repeated closures in multiple communities, primarily in rural Alberta.
The UCP have borrowed nearly $17 billion a year since being in power, 36% more than the NDP borrowed.
Full-time jobs were down by 37,000. Part-time jobs were up by 36,800.
The Alberta premier recently announced an expanded cabinet. But it’s going to cost taxpayers.
He left out some details that I thought I’d clarify.
Even though population is increasing at 1.2% a year, inflation is increasing at 1.6% a year, and more health and education facilities will be opening up over the next two year.
And political parties capitalize on it to make themselves more popular than they are.
The emergency department lacked on-site physician coverage for over 200 hours this month.
In the last two quarters, Alberta’s 3rd largest city lost another 17.