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Finance Minister answers RENTALS AND SERVICES
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local questions on budget SPACE FOR RENT

OR LEASE

Ken Kadutski, Edson's (108 50 Street)
superintendent, went to
the dinner to get a better
understanding about Approximately 1,000 sq. ft.
the government's focus.
K a d u t s k i w a s $1,200/month
disappointed that
industry support, edsondrycleaners@gmail.com
related to oil and gas or
coal, hadn't been or call DAVID at 780-517-2727
mentioned during the 108 50 Street, Edson
speech. He was hoping
to get some clarity on
the government's
policies on industry
related issues. HOUSE FOR SALE
The minister touched
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leadership plan, but
Kadutski said industry
Alberta's finance minister, Joe Ceci, speaks to a local audience in Hinton about is still waiting for
the budget 2016 and answers questions. photo Stephanie Babych finalized policies
regarding methane
by Stephanie Babych or cancel important start helping Alberta. emissions, the carbon
Finance Minister, Joe programs during the Ceci responded that the levy, and market access.
Ceci, stopped in Hinton economic downturn in provincial government Kadutski and Repsol
on May 3 to discuss order to provide for “will continue to manager of government
how the NDP's 2016 Albertans and retain advocate for a fair r e l a t i o n s a n d
budget will support more Albertan jobs. He policy for Alberta communications, Rob Private 16 acres 10 minutes NE of
Albertans through the s a i d t h a t h i s workers” and fight for G i b b , w h o a l s o Edson with 2001 two storey 1800 sq. ft.
downturn, as well as government is taking a yes on pipelines to attended the dinner, home with 24x24 heated attached
answer any questions. different approach by tidewater. were pleased to hear the
The Hinton and i n v e s t i n g i n L y n d a J o n s o n g o v e r n m e n t w i l l garage. 3 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms.
District Chamber of i n f r a s t r u c t u r e , attended the dinner continue to push for Covered front veranda and large rear
Commerce hosted the h e a l t h c a r e , a n d hoping to get some pipelines to tidewater in
dinner to give people education in order to answers about long order to increasing deck. There is also a second 30x60
the opportunity to produce jobs. term care funding. market access. dwelling with cozy rental or in-law suite
u n d e r s t a n d t h e “Our government is Jonson founded the Ceci ended the night
government's priorities very aware that every Lynda Jonson Resident by saying that “the with attached garage, infloor heating
and budget. p e r c e n t a g e p o i n t Care Society, which Alberta Jobs Plan will and 10 ft. ceilings. Serious inquiries
The budget was represents an actual aims to fundraise allow the province to only. Call for more information,
released on April 14 Alberta family trying to money to help senior come through this
titled “The Alberta Job make ends meet,” Ceci care in the Hinton area. g l o b a l m a r k e t too much to list.
Plan”, which Ceci said s a i d a b o u t t h e During the question uncertainty stronger
w a s b e c a u s e t h e reasoning behind the period Jonson told the than ever”. Call 780-723-9535
government intends on Job Plan. minister that she wants
getting Albertans Ceci claimed in his the government to
working again. “Budget speech that “every properly fund the long
2016 is a plan to control penny of the carbon term care facilities so
spending, support levy will be rebated that they can be
families, and put back to Albertans and properly staffed and THIS WEEK’S FEATURE
Albertans back to work reinvested in our more beds can be
in a diversified and economy,” and that all added. Ceci responded
stronger economy,” Albertans will benefit by saying that his
Ceci said as just over 50 from the investment government will be Mint Homes Ltd.
citizens from Hinton, opportunities that the investing more into
E d s o n , a n d a r e a carbon levy will create. long term care, but it
listened to his speech. During the question might take a while for
Ceci made it clear that period, a question was Hinton to reap those
the government chose asked regarding the benefits.
n o t t o c u t b a c k premier's position on Repsol Oil and Gas
infrastructure spending the need for Canada to Canada representative,









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