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Jackie Lovely: April Newsletter

Posted Under: Jackie Lovely

We are very fortunate In Camrose to have a number of not-for-profit organizations who do tremendous work in our community. Among them is the Elks club. It was my opportunity to meet with Gerry Czapp who is the President of the local club. Due to Covid-19, the Elks have not been able to rent out …

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Jackie Lovely: March Newsletter

Posted Under: Jackie Lovely

March was a busy month in the Constituency. I had the pleasure to meet with contacts for the Camrose Association for Community Living to thank them and their team for the work they have done to keep their clients safe during COVID-19. Minister Schweitzer joined the Camrose Chamber of Commerce meeting where all other chambers, …

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Jason Copping – MLA Update March 12, 2021

Posted Under: Jason Copping

This week I was back in Edmonton for the Spring session of the legislature.  Our government continues to protect lives and livelihoods through increased funding for health care and capital projects, and creating jobs. I have been hearing from constituents on their frustrations with the reopening plan and I can understand your disappointment, it has …

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NEWS RELEASE: Bill 213 would improve the commutes of Albertans

Posted Under: Searle Turton

March 11, 2021 (SPRUCE GROVE, AB): On Wednesday, Spruce Grove-Stony Plain MLA Searle Turton introduced Bill 213, the Traffic Safety (Maximum Speed Limit for Provincial Freeways) Amendment Act, which, if passed, would set the maximum speed limit for many provincial freeways at 120 kilometres per hour. Turton introduced the bill after conducting extensive research that …

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NEWS RELEASE: Budget 2021 – Protecting lives and livelihoods in Calgary

February 26, 2021 (CALGARY, AB): Alberta’s government is making a historic investment into Calgary’s healthcare facilities, while charting a course towards post-pandemic recovery for the world-class city. “This budget is positive news and brings hope to Calgarians during these difficult times,” said Richard Gotfried, MLA for Calgary-Fish Creek and Calgary Caucus Chair for the United …

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Jackie Lovely: February Newsletter

Posted Under: Jackie Lovely

Community outreach and being visible and available throughout the entire Constituency is extremely important to me. That’s why I decided to donate a copy of my favourite children’s book, Eloise the Dragon Hunter to a number of the community libraries this month. Thank you to the Mayors, Councilors and Community representatives who came out to …

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Tracy Allard: A message from your MLA – February

Posted Under: Tracy Allard

As promised, I will be providing regular updates to keep you informed and will provide up-to-date information on vaccine rollout and COVID-19 cases each time. We are taking a cautious approach to protect lives and livelihoods. Albertans are making progress, but we still have a long road ahead of us. Our health providers have done …

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Letter to Constituents about Recent News Surrounding Coal Mining

Posted Under: Nathan Neudorf

Dear Constituents of Lethbridge-East, Thank you for all of your correspondence and questions about the recent news surrounding coal mining. I appreciate you honestly sharing your thoughts with me and I know the environment and protection of our natural spaces is a very important issue to many Albertans, which is why I want to be …

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