Liberal minority government a “significant” threat to Alberta: Jason Kenney

Liberal minority government a "significant" threat to Alberta: Jason Kenney 1

 

Premier Jason Kenney addressed the challenges facing Alberta in his first State of the Province address in Edmonton.

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37 Comments on "Liberal minority government a “significant” threat to Alberta: Jason Kenney"

  1. Royston Yinkore | October 29, 2019 at 6:15 PM | Reply

    Wexit now

  2. Enough talk. Call the referendum. New Alberta will be born in 2020.

  3. It’s refreshing to listen to someone who doesn’t say ah and um every third word.

  4. The time for talk is over

  5. WEXIT NOW 🇵🇪 .

  6. He has my support and I’m from British Columbia

    • Ryan I’m from BC as well and I like him if you where in bc in the late 90s the ndp made a big mess i had to move to alberta just to find work i see a repeat here in Alberta i hom this guy can make it better

  7. I always thought that Canada will become this Top of the world Superpower of high tech and art winter all seasons sport high level visions all over the country no poverty no untasty scenes and just a heaven in the great vast land Country and now there is no cash ahhhh where did it all the cash go Is Canada gone be sold to USA soon ???

    • Lorax Dave Walters | October 30, 2019 at 12:19 AM | Reply

      By inviting foreign investors, the profits left with dividend checks. We got workers who took out mortgages and got credit cards and Canada allows foreign investors in the banking sector too, so the profit from the interest on loans went as well. We got abandoned wells and consumer debt for projects the government gave tax breaks to.
      All that has been Conservative Party choices and the Liberals are worse with money.

  8. Gasgasmotorsports | October 29, 2019 at 11:55 PM | Reply

    Until the control of the issue of currency and credit is restored to government and recognized as its most conspicuous and sacred responsibility, all talks of the sovereignty of Parliament and of democracy is idle and futile.“

  9. Gasgasmotorsports | October 29, 2019 at 11:57 PM | Reply

    Where there is little or no public opinion, there is likely to be bad government, which sooner or later becomes autocratic government.

  10. Gasgasmotorsports | October 30, 2019 at 12:01 AM | Reply

    Once a nation parts with the control of its credit, it matters not who makes the laws.

  11. Gasgasmotorsports | October 30, 2019 at 12:03 AM | Reply

    Usury once in control will wreck the nation.

  12. 12 months ago I did not like Kenney one bit. His time in office has changed my mind. Standing up for our province and cities every step of the way.

  13. Gasgasmotorsports | October 30, 2019 at 12:54 AM | Reply

    Money is not an invention of the state. It is not the product of a legislative act. Even the sanction of political authority is not necessary for its existence. Certain commodities came to be money quite naturally, as the result of economic relationships that were independent of the power of the state.

  14. No provincial sales tax?
    That would solve the deficit.

  15. Jonathan Lutz-Orozco | October 30, 2019 at 1:11 AM | Reply

    Wexit

  16. Wexit has put out a platform.

    • What about BC, you know the most Western province. Alberta can’t even convince them to build a pipeline through their land. Perhaps your threatening attitude is not working and compromising might work better.

    • @Reagan Pup How is Wexit has platform a threat? Like it or not they have a following and at the very least will be a large party in future elections.

  17. “I am from Ontario, Alberta needs to stop making their transfer payment immediately , the East will wake- up quick, the East with all their social programs cannot support

    • This loser should not even be in power.a crook a lier a

    • I am from Ontario, Alberta needs to stop crying and threatening Canada. They can’t even work a deal out with their neighbour BC, now they are blaming Ontario. Suck it up, the price of oil drops, this is a capitalist country, the government doesn’t set the price of oil.

    • Reagan Pup Albertans blame the government when the Saudis were the one flooding the market with cheap oil. Their tar sands business is only financially viable when prices are high.

  18. charlotte collins | October 30, 2019 at 10:58 AM | Reply

    Thank you Mr. Kenney 🇨🇦 From Saskatchewan 🍁 We love you Alberta!

  19. Alberta has to compromise and stop threatening the rest of Canada from BC to Newfoundland.

    1) The market for oil is not what it used to be prior to 2015. The global price of oil crashed in 2015 while Harper was still PM so let’s keep politics out.
    2) A solution with BC needs to happen. BC’s environmental concerns need to be addressed.
    3) Alberta needs to stop resisting GHG reduction strategies.

    Alberta is expecting everything to be done their way and if not they are threatening money and separation.

    Alberta needs to work with Canada, not fight them.

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