The province saw a year-over-year increase of only 0.13%. In 2016, it was 3.35%
Alberta government data shows that Lethbridge saw more drug-related deaths between January and June 2021 than in the same period any other year.
Plus, Jason Kenney’s approval tanks at 22%, his lowest ever.
One community has lost its emergency department 14 times.
Yesterday, the Lethbridge Chamber of Commerce hosted an all-candidate forum. Given recent restrictions implemented by the Alberta government, the chamber chose to have no public audience and livestreamed the video, which you can view below. As part of their livestream, they allowed viewers to submit questions, which then the moderator would share with the candidates. […]
Yesterday, a voter send me a link to a page about long-term care on Workers Vote, a website run by the Canadian Labour Congress. The page is set up to email election candidates about long-term care in Canada. Except I’m not on the list. So, I figured I’d give my response here. The website claims […]
Alberta nurses have been getting the short end of the stick for years. And it’s not all the UCP’s fault.
One of the communities had their emergency department closed 13 times.
Plus, he donated over $2,000 to Tyler Shandro’s 2019 election campaign.
Lethbridge has seen 25 drug-related deaths so far in 2021. That beats out every other year except last year, but we’re on track to beating that, too.