Hello Red Deer!
Following an eventful constituency week, I am back in Ottawa for the next five weeks as the spring session continues.
From predatory lending agreements to unfair cell phone contracts, the best way to avoid getting hoodwinked by a bad deal is to always read the fine print.
Canadians expect people trying to immigrate to Canada will do so through the front door, not by climbing in through the window.
Last week Kinder Morgan announced they were halting all unnecessary spending on the TransMountain pipeline expansion project in response to ongoing uncertainty caused by the government of British Columbia.
On March 1, the Decision was rendered. To a capacity audience, Premier Rachel Notley and Minister of Advanced Education, Marlin Schmidt, announced that RDC has been given approval to transition to become a recognized university.
The first signs of spring are on the way and the spring sitting of the House of Commons has been heating up.
Last week, Alberta’s NDP Justice Minister announced $10 million to fight rural crime. Our Official Opposition is glad to finally see some action on this file, after repeatedly raising the issue over the past two years.
It was the day of my little girl’s baptism and my heart ached to be at the church with her. Instead, I was in the Emergency Department at the Red Deer Regional Hospital with severe fatigue and a fever.