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Families offer guidance in trying times




by MLA Drew Barnes wasteful and entitled PC government that NO—it provincial government), local decision making,
Wildrose Shadow Energy Minister couldn't break its word and call an opportunistic equity and fairness (eliminating corporate welfare),
early election without consequence. Albertans choice in health care and education, the absolute
Alberta's families build for the future by value one's word and honour. Hard working strengthening of property rights and individual and
instilling values, creating a financial foundation Albertans expect value for their tax dollars and a family opportunities.
My chief aim is to ensure that the needs and
Blind View and allowing ideas and individualism to foster. government that cares about families, communities values of my constituents and all Albertans are
Since the NDP came to power in 2015, I have
and social needs more than power and entitlement.
Window Fashions dedicated considerable time to listening to It is abundantly clear that Albertans are expecting promoted and never compromised in upcoming
Albertans about our economy, culture and future as all fiscal conservatives to engage in discussions to unity discussions. I ask that all interested people
a province. By engaging families just like yours at see if their values and polices are close enough to contact me so that I can fully understand the
town halls, public events and basketball and hockey align and form one unified party. positions of a wide variety of Albertans. Let's
games, I have had the opportunity to listen to many Alberta families just like yours have told me return Alberta to its position as a leader in Canada,
Custom Window Treatments new and innovative ideas. what matters to them: smaller government (Alberta where opportunity and jobs make families and
since 1988 What is overwhelmingly evident is that Albertans spends 25 per cent more per capita than any other communities strong.
are deeply concerned about the NDP's deliberate
attack on our economy. The accumulation of record
debt and deficits means that interest payments will
780.723.5734 Julie Van Ember top $2.3 billion annually by 2019. At a time when Evansburg Farmers' Market
780.542.0898 blindvw@gmail.com over 84,000 good, full-time jobs have fled the
province and families are buckling down to save, it
blind view is inexcusable for our government to show no getting ready to open
restraint. Albertans are equally upset with the
NDP's orchestrated changes to our culture, values
and education system.
window fashions the NDP announce a cap on oil sands production, submitted Shayna Powell creative ideas for running the market with you. If
When I stood in the Legislature, and listened to
you run a concession or food truck we are also
The Evansburg Farmers' Market is getting ready
more and more spending and tax increases and new
accepting applications for this year.
Our market is loyal to our vendors. All previous
2017 Ads bureaucrats being hired to centralize our health care to open up for the spring season. We will be full-time vendors are given consideration before
opening our doors to the public on the first
system, I immediately knew these decisions would
Saturday of May at 10:00 a.m.
affect Alberta families and communities in a
others when booking your space.
Our talented vendors have been busy preparing
negative way. It actually hurts to sit at a community
Our market provides newspaper, poster, website,
meeting and hear a hardworking mother of two kids and planning for our upcoming year. and social media advertising. We will also
tell me she cannot find a job, despite years of We will be showcasing sewing, knitting, stain advertise on the radio for special markets.
searching. glass, wood working, handmade soaps, jerky, paper We are an inside and outside market located at the
In my riding of Cypress-Medicine Hat, people working, baking, Watkins, canning, fresh fruits, and Tipple Park Museum in Evansburg. Don't be
vegetables.
January 23 have told me they are deeply concerned and free table, so book your day for the table now. disappointed and miss out.
Not for profit community groups are offered a
proposed a solution: fiscal conservative unity.
Call Shayna Powell, Farmers' Market Manager at
At first, this surprised me. As I thought about it,
however, it occurred to me that this was a sign of We will be hosting our first meeting for the 780-727-2440, email
evansburgfarmersmarket@weebly.com, or go to
February 13 how deeply dissatisfied Albertans are with the NDP vendors on April 8 at 10:30 a.m. Stop on by and tippleparkmuseum.com for details.
sign up for this year and bring some new and
government. Just two years ago, Albertans told the
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