My brother Pat passed away this past weekend, but I will be the first to acknowledge that Pat knew how to live in a big way. He was a son and brother in my family, but he was a father and grandfather in his family.
What Happened on July 18?
As a Member of Parliament in the Conservative Government, I took great pride in the fact that we were able to put more money back in the pockets of hard-working Canadians. Conservatives believe the taxes should be lower for Canadians:
Only three weeks remain of what’s been another eventful summer in central Alberta. Here is some food for thought on what went down in August.
Recently at National Aboriginal Week celebrations, I witnessed a family walking by in their hijabs celebrating Eid, the end of the month-long Muslim fast of Ramadan.
Last week’s quarterly fiscal update painted a bleak picture for Albertans, and shone a light on how poorly this NDP government is managing our province.
Last month a new political party was born. Congratulations to the supporters and people who worked hard to make this happen, we don’t agree on many things but I will give credit where credit is due.
August 22 marks the one month anniversary of conservative unity in Alberta.