I decided to go through the campaign finance records for local campaigns and find some information on the donors. Today, I’m doing Lethbridge–East.
Last week, the provincial government announced new appointments to the board of directors for the Municipal Government Board.
Last month, the Alberta government announced the Economic Recovery Council. Here’s some background on each council member, including political donation history.
There’s a reason why the minister of advanced education isn’t claiming that they’re maintaining postsecondary spending. Because they aren’t. Not even close.
The Alberta minister of finance was given the okay to lend the provincial government $25 billion, the largest approval during his term.
The province announced new appointments to boards of governors of 6 postsecondary institutions. Plus, there was another one last month.
This week, the Alberta government announced pandemic funding for continuing care. It’s 36% less than what it should be.
A recent report from the AESO found that role of the Market Surveillance Administrator and its oversight of the electricity market needs clarification.
The UCP government recently increased the health budget by $500 million in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This sounds impressive, but context reveals more about that increase.
According to the AMA, 400 clinics in Alberta are laying off support staff or considering closing. Here are some of them.