How to Vote:

You may request a replacement ballot and vote in person on October 6th, from 8am to 12pm at the following locations:

  • Calgary at the BMO Centre, 20 Roundup Way SE
  • Red Deer at Westerner Park, 4847A 19 St
  • Edmonton at the Edmonton Inn, 11834 Kingsway Ave NW
  • Slave Lake at the Legacy Centre, #200 400 6 Ave NW
  • Taber at Heritage Inn, 4830 46 Ave, Hwy 3

How to Vote:

You may request a replacement ballot and vote in person on October 6th, from 8am to 12pm at the following locations:

  • Calgary at the BMO Centre, 20 Roundup Way SE
  • Red Deer at Westerner Park, 4847A 19 St
  • Edmonton at the Edmonton Inn, 11834 Kingsway Ave NW
  • Slave Lake at the Legacy Centre, #200 400 6 Ave NW
  • Taber at Heritage Inn, 4830 46 Ave, Hwy 3

Meet Danielle

“I’m running because I love Alberta.  This is my home and I feel passionately that the people of this province are not being treated fairly by Ottawa. We need to push back, regain our pride, and have autonomy over our decisions. Together, let’s put Alberta First and as Premier, that is exactly what I will do.”

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Alberta Sovereignty Act

Defending Alberta from Ottawa’s continuous economic and constitutional attacks against our province and my proposed Alberta Sovereignty Act have been the central issues of the UCP leadership campaign.

The majority of Albertans are frustrated with the ineffective letter writing campaigns and empty rhetoric employed by past Premiers in dealing with attacks on Alberta by our Federal Government, and want effective action to deal with the ‘Ottawa Problem’ without further delay.

Tens of thousands of Albertans have embraced the idea of the Alberta Sovereignty Act, and many more are open to learning more about how it could be practically and effectively deployed.

Unsurprisingly, many in the ‘woke’ media, entrenched interests and the political establishment do not support the idea of the Alberta Sovereignty Act and have turned to the tried and tested methods of fear mongering and disinformation to discredit the idea outright. Some, for example, have falsely equated it to separatism and the 1995 Quebec vote on leaving Canada. Others have resorted to lashing out at the idea as entirely “nuts” or “unconstitutional”.

Obviously, none of these so-called ‘experts’, media members or politicos have read the bill (as drafting legislation is not typically done during political campaigns as most understand), and are simply assuming the legislation will be unconstitutional in order to justify their knee-jerk opposition to the concept.

My hope in releasing this Overview of the proposed Alberta Sovereignty Act, is that even more Albertans, their MLAs and perhaps even some critical thinkers in the mainstream media, will take a thoughtful look at this policy proposal, and join the growing number of Albertans who want to see our Province stand up to Ottawa, restore our constitutional rights, and take control of our future.

Sincerely,

Danielle Smith

A proposed law that would affirm the authority of the Provincial Legislature to refuse provincial enforcement of specific Federal laws or policies that violate the jurisdictional rights of Alberta under Sections 92 – 95 of the Constitution or that breaches the Charter Rights of Albertans.

No, the entire objective of the Alberta Sovereignty Act is to assert Alberta’s Constitutional Rights within Canada to the furthest extent possible by effectively governing itself as a Nation within a Nation, just as Quebec has done for decades and as Saskatchewan is also now proposing.

In my view, the restoration and reassertion of provincial rights across our country will protect all provinces from the destructive overreach of Ottawa, and is likely the only viable way for Canada to remain a unified nation long into the future. Ottawa’s ‘divide, control and conquer’ policies have placed Canada on a path of division and disunity. Alberta can and must lead on this issue going forward and the Alberta Sovereignty Act is the first step in doing so.

Prior to being introduced in the Legislature for debate and vote this Fall, I will work with Cabinet and Caucus to draft the Alberta Sovereignty Act in accordance with sound constitutional language and principles.

However, as a starting point for discussion, this proposed legislation is intended to function as follows:

When the Federal Government institutes a law or policy that appears to violate Alberta’s jurisdictional rights under the Canadian Constitution or Albertans’ Charter rights, the Government of Alberta may introduce a Special Motion for a free vote of all MLAs in the Legislature. Each such Special Motion would need to include the following detailed information:

1. Identification of the Federal law or policy that is deemed to be in violation of the Constitution or Charter, and the constitutional explanation for making that claim

2. Explanation of the harms that the specified violation of the Constitution or Charter imposes on the citizens of Alberta

3. Detailed description of the specific actions the Province and its agencies will take to refuse or otherwise oppose the enforcement of that specified Federal law or policy within Alberta

4. A Declaration that by authority of the Alberta Sovereignty Act, and notwithstanding the specific Federal law or policy in question, it shall not be enforced by the Provincial Government within Alberta in the manner outlined by the Special Motion

5. Imposition of a date to review and debate, in the Legislature, whether or not to amend, end or continue the actions outlined in the Special Motion. This review date shall be no later than the earlier of 24 months or within 90 days of a Court staying or deeming all or a portion of a Special Motion unconstitutional.

Invoking the Alberta Sovereignty Act via Special Motion against a specific Federal law or policy will likely be done relatively sparingly and only upon passing a Special Motion (as previously detailed) via free vote of the entire Legislative Assembly of Alberta.

However, in my view, if the Federal Government continues to violate provincial rights and Albertans’ Charter freedoms, our Provincial Government should not hesitate to use it to protect Albertans.

As one example, if Justin Trudeau announces tomorrow that under authority of the Federal Emergencies Act, all school-aged children must be vaccinated for COVID in order to attend in-person learning, our government would have the following options:

1) Take the NDP approach, follow Federal Law and have AHS and Alberta Education enforce this policy on our children.

2) Take the establishment UCP approach which would likely be to write an angry letter to Ottawa and possibly take the Federal Government to Court for roughly 2 years, during which time, AHS and Alberta Education fully carry out the Federal Government’s vaccination policy, thereby nullifying the entire point of the lawsuit.

3) Invoke the Alberta Sovereignty Act, via Special Motion, stating that this Federal policy is a breach of the Charter, forbid AHS and Alberta Education from implementing the policy on our children, and wait for the Federal Government to bring a constitutional challenge against the Province which we would fight, probably win, and during which time, the Charter rights of Alberta parents and children will have been protected.

I know which option I like. How about you?

Other examples of Federal legislation and policies the Alberta Sovereignty Act, via Special Motion, could be used to oppose include (though there are many more):

– Federal mandatory vaccination policies involving enforcement activities by a Provincial agency (Charter violation)

– Use of Emergencies Act to jail & freeze accounts of peaceful protesters (Charter violation)

– Authorizing immediate commencement of private and public projects being held up by Federal agencies under authority of the Bill C-69 ‘No New Pipelines’ Law (which law has already been found unconstitutional by the Alberta Court of Appeal but is still holding up projects waiting on a Supreme Court hearing and decision, which could take years)

– Mandatory cuts to fertilizer use by Alberta Farmers (violation of s.95 of the Constitution)

– Mandatory emissions and production cuts to Alberta energy companies (violation of s.92A of the Constitution)

– Mandatory cuts to electricity generation and use from fossil fuels as recently announced by Canada’s Environment Minister (likely violation of both the Charter and a.92A of the Constitution)

– Provincial takeover of firearms licensing and refusing to enforce Federal firearms ownership regulations (violation of s.92(13) of the Constitution)

– Federal censorship or inappropriate sanction of Albertans or independent media based in Alberta (violation of the Charter).

– Mandatory participation by Albertans or information sharing by provincial agencies of Albertans’ personal data for the purpose of a Federal digital identification program (Charter violation)

No, the Alberta Sovereignty Act may not be invoked or otherwise utilized unless specifically authorized by way of a free vote of all elected MLAs in the Alberta Legislature as explained above.

The above description of how the Alberta Sovereignty Act would function is clearly constitutional.

Where disagreements surrounding constitutionality may arise between the Federal and Alberta Governments, are the specific actions the Alberta Government and Legislature choose to utilize via the Special Motion process outlined above. These may then have to be litigated accordingly. However, during that litigation process, the non-enforcement actions undertaken by the Province via Special Motion will continue to remain in force unless otherwise stayed by court order.

This is another advantage of the Alberta Sovereignty Act. Currently, it is the Federal Government that regularly passes and declares unconstitutional laws and policies on a regular basis knowing that it will take years for Alberta to successfully challenge them, if ever, in Court. The Alberta Sovereignty Act reverses this and places that onerous process and cost back on the Federal Government.

If a Court stays or ultimately deems that the actions undertaken by the Province under a specific Alberta Sovereignty Act Special Motion is unconstitutional, then the Government and Legislature will have to review the Special Motion actions in question and make a decision as to whether or not to amend, end or continue with them, understanding the legal implications such a decision could cause. That decision will be up to the Government and Legislature at the time in question, as each such situation would be unique and case specific

No, just the opposite.

Over the last several years the Federal Government has triggered a constitutional crisis through repeated lawless attacks on provincial constitutional jurisdictional rights and the Charter.

The Trudeau Government has effectively imposed economic sanctions against Alberta (and parts of Saskatchewan and BC) that have resulted in economic chaos.

Hundreds of billions in investment and tax revenues, and hundreds of thousands of jobs, have been lost to these sanctions as investors around the world find it too risky to do business in Alberta’s energy industry. In fact, no new major development of our world class oil sands has been commenced in almost 20 years as a result.

The idea expressed by some that the Alberta Sovereignty Act would cause “chaos” in the markets is naive in the extreme. The chaos is already here and has been caused by both Ottawa’s unlawful policies and an utter lack of provincial leadership on effectively pushing back against those attacks.

The fact is the Alberta Sovereignty Act reimposes constitutional rule of law on a lawless Ottawa by reaffirming the critical import of respecting the powers, responsibilities and exclusive jurisdictions of the Provinces under the Canadian Constitution, as well as the Charter rights and freedoms guaranteed to all Albertans.

Unlikely. Several Federal laws and policies, though harmful to Alberta, are not necessarily in areas of policy over which our Province has constitutional sovereignty. We can’t, for example, force the Federal Government to build the Energy East pipeline through Quebec.

However, provinces do have a significant amount of control over how law (both provincial and federal) is enforced within their boundaries. This is where the Alberta Sovereignty Act can and should have a role in pushing the Federal Government out of our provincial jurisdiction.

How this is accomplished will vary depending on the specific circumstances and Federal law or policy in question.

But make no mistake, Alberta can and must be creative, courageous and unflinching in defense of our rights if we are to stop the concerted economic attacks by the woke establishment politicians in Ottawa against us.

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5 hours ago
Danielle Smith

Don’t let someone else choose this election for you! Every single vote will make a difference in this race. Please vote 🗳

Voting locations at www.daniellesmith.ca
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Don’t let someone else choose this election for you! Every single vote will make a difference in this race. Please vote 🗳 

Voting locations at www.daniellesmith.ca

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But trust the mail ins... Hmmm

Just came back from a month's long overseas vacation last night. Will be voting for Danielle Smith this morning in Calgary before we head back to Bonnyville! Good luck!

Rick Borsato I missed where she said that?

Our next premier! Looking forward to next steps for the province.

You won't even run in the next by-election and yet you want us to vote for you? Unfortunately a vote for you is a vote for the ndp

Won’t vote for u but I will vote against u

Good luck Danielle smith

GOOD LUCK DANIELLE AND ALBERTAN'S!!!! WE NEED THIS!

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23 hours ago
Danielle Smith

🏟️ 200+ campaign events
🏎️ 30,000 km on my car
🤝 1,000s of handshakes
🤗 100s of hugs
🍔 Undisclosed # of burgers
☕ Way too much coffee
💙 Boundless love for Alberta!

Oct 6 is the last day to vote! For locations visit www.daniellesmith.ca
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🏟️ 200+ campaign events
🏎️ 30,000 km on my car
🤝 1,000s of handshakes
🤗 100s of hugs
🍔 Undisclosed # of burgers
☕ Way too much coffee
💙 Boundless love for Alberta!

Oct 6 is the last day to vote! For locations visit www.daniellesmith.ca

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Go on now Danielle!!!!! Go claim your win!!!!

Your my top pick. Please make Alberta great!

You go girl!

Congrats on win tomorrow

The only candidate who has original ideas, and good plans. Should be a first round win

You will sadly and undoubtedly win the leadership but you will never win a provincial election.

Congratulations to our new Premier !

A vote for smith is a vote for the NDP

Done and you are no.1 on my ballot.

Danielle Smith ummm scuse me. Buuuut we need to know how many burgers were consumed.... 😂

🤞🏻

Good luck Danielle Smith👍🏻

in case your counting votes I mailed mine in last week, wishing you good luck but hopefully you don’t need it; rooting for you big time! 👍👍

Best of luck

Shes our girl!! Our only hope.

Good luck. I voted for you.

You got my vote

Good luck, if you get elected I will consider moving back to Alberta 😀

Go team Smith!! This is soooooooo important. I am back to chewing my nails.

Good luck Danielle Smith!! Alberta needs you! 😊😊

Working your ballet rallies, and talking to you in Pincher at the start, I’m always impressed with your intelligence, and demeanor no matter how tired you must be. Would a first ballet win be too much to ask for? Hope you blow it out off the water!!!👍👍👍😎

Good luck! 🤞

Most minimum wage jobs take more effort and brains than radio talk show "personality". You're a clown and will be the downfall of this shitty party.

How will she lead from the parking lot? Lol no seat

Got my vote . Good luck !

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2 days ago
Danielle Smith

If you have NOT mailed in your ballot yet OR need a replacement ballot, UCP members can vote in person at the following locations on October 6th 👇 ... See MoreSee Less

If you have NOT mailed in your ballot yet OR need a replacement ballot, UCP members can vote in person at the following locations on October 6th 👇

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Mail in ballots have got to go.

This list of voting locations is another reason why CYNTHIA MOORE should be removed as UCP President She is utterly useless

I pray you get in and then another top priority is fixing voting in this province period. Nobody can trust anything and nobody can be blamed for feeling that way. The list is long on things to fix in this province. You have most of them on your platform.

Hoping you can make it illegal for employers to make it a rule that people have to have the clot shot! Maybe you can hire me

Let’s get everyone vaccinated to protect all Canadians.We need to educate everyone.

Why is there not a place in northern Alberta like Peace River or even Grande Prairie? Moore is the most useless person I have ever seen

Is there anywhere to drop of today?

Voting tomorrow in Calgary.

Danielle Smith has blocked more Alberta Conservatives than Rachel Notley! Apparently true blue ORIGINAL UCP members aren't welcome in her Big Tent party! Wyatt Claypool, a journalist with The National Telegraph, was blocked for asking her about Mike Butler's volunteering for the BC NDP MLA while on Danielle's campaign payroll. ANY Conservative that posts the TRUTH that she cannot refute, she blocks! She supported Rachel Notley's NDP in the 2019 Alberta election and is already hiring Notley's NDP supporters and former NDP candidates like Mike. Now we are finding out that she rushed down to the USA to get a single shot Johnson & Johnson shot in order to be fully vaccinated as quick as possible, she was one of the first restaurant owners to rollout the REP program the first day available and may have even terminated some staff who choose bodily autonomy over the shots! Her number two Campaign Manager is still working for the NDP and for Trudeau's Liberals. Apparently he drew a paycheck for months without even getting a UCP membership, thinking that Danielle would discover that he is an infiltrator, not a convert! Only finally signing up as a UCP member in late July ffs! And still Danielle welcomes him as a shining example of her big tent party. While Notley has likely promised him another assured nomination so that he can finally not just run for her NDP a THIRD TIME in 2023, but win as the HERO that suckered Gullible Danielle! Do *not* vote for her for the UCP leadership. She is a fake conservative!!!

I did mail in my ballot but did not send a copy of photo ID, can I go to the BMO and vote in person?

Mailed in mine

Doesn't look like they want any rural folk to vote to me...

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3 days ago
Danielle Smith

Western Canada 💪 is standing UNITED against
Justin Trudeau's overreach. Manitoba is the latest province to join Saskatchewan & Alberta on defending our provincial autonomy!

Private property rights and policing are provincial jurisdiction.
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Western Canada 💪 is standing UNITED against 
Justin Trudeaus overreach. Manitoba is the latest province to join Saskatchewan & Alberta on defending our provincial autonomy!

Private property rights and policing are provincial jurisdiction.

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Guns first, land second...

Danielle, do we have the option to collect our own carbon tax provincially?

What are your views on having Chinese authorities on Canadian soil now? I do support you

What a bullshit meme . . . Talk about overreaching

Come on BC - join the united. Let the east have him.

North of 49 are a distinct society no doubt.

JT is nothing more than a corrupt puppet...love to know who really is calling the shots...perhaps Gerald Butts.

www.westernstandard.news/opinion/navarro-genie-shandro-gun-announcement-shows-how-sovereignty-wor... 👉”Already emulated by Saskatchewan and Manitoba (NB may be next), it sets a precedent for provinces to defend their constitutionally-apportioned sovereignty. 👉”It lays the ground for Danielle Smith to introduce her legislation, should she win as expected.” 👉”The ASA is not an instrument for “independence” as some have wrongly suggested. 👉Alberta has every right to occupy the fullness of the jurisdictional spaces that the Constitution confers to provinces. In federal arrangements, the sovereignty of the state is intentionally divided, and Canada’s Constitution divides the country’s sovereignty into specific jurisdictions. “ 👉“With this move, Alberta uses its jurisdictional authority to push back against Ottawa when Ottawa is perceived to be acting against the interests of Albertans. 👉In a sense, the Alberta government is stepping into a line of fire to shield the rights of individual Albertans. Such spirited defence is in significant part what Smith’s proposed ASA aims to do.:⬇️ “In mid-September, Premier Jason Kenney openly disagreed with UCP leadership hopeful Danielle Smith over her proposed Alberta Sovereignty Act (ASA). Kenney said the legislation would be destabilising, unconstitutional and a disaster for Alberta. Kenney’s former principal secretary levelled similar accusations, which Kenney happily quoted: It should be called “the Alberta suicide act.” Kenney went as far as to besmirch the original authors of the idea for a sovereignty act, calling them an extreme right-wing group. Himself accused of meddling in the selection of his successor, Kenney reminded everyone that as premier his job is “to defend the vital interests” of Alberta, thereby suggesting that the proposed ASA would do the opposite. A week later, Alberta Solicitor General Tyler Shandro gave notice to the federal government and to the RCMP, of Edmonton’s intention not to cooperate with Ottawa’s plan to dispossess Albertans of lawfully procured firearms. Shandro dismissed the harmful federal policy as politically motivated. He ordered the RCMP, under the authority of the 2011 Provincial Police Service Agreement, to disregard Ottawa’s instructions for the “buyback.” Ottawa’s plan, Shandro said, did not follow Alberta priorities. Under (section D) the PPSA, the federal cops are bound to “respect Alberta’s constitutional jurisdiction over the administration of justice,” and (G) to implement “the provincial policing objectives, priorities and goals.” Shandro also announced Alberta’s intentions to intervene in the relevant court cases against Ottawa. With this move, Alberta uses its jurisdictional authority to push back against Ottawa when Ottawa is perceived to be acting against the interests of Albertans. In a sense, the Alberta government is stepping into a line of fire to shield the rights of individual Albertans. Such spirited defence is in significant part what Smith’s proposed ASA aims to do. The announcement — surprisingly — represents Kenney’s tacit endorsement of Smith’s proposal. Albertans wondering about the rationale and virtue of implementing the ASA now have a concrete example for an answer. In a nutshell, the ASA is a response to the Ottawa problem, which is its tendency to hinder provincial authority and development. It has several manifestations. Ottawa hinders provinces through a combination of inaction, obstruction and intrusion. In recent examples, Ottawa’s inaction allowed unconstitutional blockades to Alberta’s exports; Ottawa obstructed new energy developments such as Teck Frontier; and Ottawa intruded in Alberta’s jurisdiction with its desire to grab the lawful property of Albertans. The ASA would thus assert Alberta’s authority to refuse provincial enforcement of specific federal policies or laws that violate the jurisdictional rights of Alberta under the Constitution, or which breach the Charter rights of Albertans. The ASA is not an instrument for “independence” as some have wrongly suggested. Alberta has every right to occupy the fullness of the jurisdictional spaces that the Constitution confers to provinces. In federal arrangements, the sovereignty of the state is intentionally divided, and Canada’s Constitution divides the country’s sovereignty into specific jurisdictions. Some of these jurisdictions are the exclusive domain of each government and some are shared. Education is an exclusive provincial jurisdiction, for instance, and Ottawa has zero authority to make laws regarding education. Whether or not a prime minister is interested, foreign and monetary policies are Ottawa’s exclusively. Immigration and transportation are examples of shared areas, adding even more tension to the mix. Inherent tensions exist in federal structures. They are magnified in Canada when Ottawa is hostile to a province. For example, Pierre Trudeau’s open hostility to Quebec and Alberta, and now his son’s hostility to Alberta and Saskatchewan make matter worse. In such situations, it is imperative for Western provinces to be proactive in shielding themselves against intrusions or punitive abuses from Laurentian rulers. The history of Western Canada is painted with jurisdictional transgressions, punitive violations and over-reaches from Ottawa to the detriment of provinces. The ASA is thus meant to defend the constitutional authority that Canada’s Constitution gives to provinces under sections 92-95 of the 1982 Constitution. All provinces enjoy such sovereignty portions to govern their own affairs without external interference. And doing so is lawful, constitutional and a “vital interest” of each jurisdiction, to re-take Kenney’s language. Kenney’s move is without a doubt the most interesting development in Canadian constitutional affairs in decades. Already emulated by Saskatchewan and Manitoba (NB may be next), it sets a precedent for provinces to defend their constitutionally-apportioned sovereignty. It lays the ground for Danielle Smith to introduce her legislation, should she win as expected. How Ottawa reacts will have significant implications for the federation. Specifically, how the RCMP responds may determine the future of the federal police acting in provincial spaces in Western Canada.

Danielle Smith, very concerned about this recent news about our Red Deer Hospital. www.westernstandard.news/news/doctors-warn-red-deer-hospital-on-brink-of-collapse/article_c94eb11...

To bad these doofuses in the NDP government in BC can’t get their heads out of their arses and get on board. Unfortunately they dance to a different toon. Tax, tax and more tax!!!

Well the Supreme Court of Canada settled this 22 years ago: Reference re Firearms Act (Can.) - SCC Cases scc-csc.lexum.com/scc-csc/scc-csc/en/item/1794/index.do Only true Sovereignty solves this problem. resetalberta.wordpress.com/2021/10/09/policy/#Firearms

The Prairies are united. just hope that the UCP is united behind Danielle.

So Trudeau now,who does he think he is,stealing money from the prairies

I would love to buy Trudeau for what he knows. And sell him for what he thinks he knows.

Can Trudeau be hauled out of office by the the ears and a swift kick in the ass

No.

Thank you Danielle why is Brian not on board with this 🤷‍♂️

Why not ask Brian?

I want harsher JAIL TERMS for #sexual #offenders and #pedophiles AND #violent #attackers. I want the law that allows #pedophiles to have their record expunged REMOVED. I want more #prisons built, and I want a #ThreeStrikeLaw. Three violent crimes and YOUR OUT. Life in prison at the LEAST. WHATS YOUR COMMENT ON THOSE THINGS? calgaryherald.com/news/crime/rapist-handed-seven-year-sentence-for-1991-attack-of-calgary-woman-i...

But #pastors dont belong on jail.

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It is garbage like this that make you unvoteable. Trudeau and the Liberals have no such plans. You are catering to the conspiracy theorists.

Why the hell is BC not on board? 😡

Danielle Smith's innovative and fresh approach to Western Canadian politics is overdue by a century. Let's not miss this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity for Western Canadians to elevate our children and our grandchildren to their rightful position in Canada.

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4 days ago
Danielle Smith

NOW - Join Danielle Smith and host Bruce McAllister for the final Alberta Town Hall before the election!
The pre-show will start at 12:30pm with campaign staff and MLAs. At 1:00pm Danielle will join the conversation LIVE and be taking your questions directly from the Facebook livestream.

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Just keep these Town Halls going after October 6.. Looking forward to your Leadership in Alberta...

Never seen a future premier work so hard. Thank you! Once she is in we can start fighting for this province❤❤

If mandates have been dropped why do the hospitals still have mandates in place ? The mandatory hand sanitizer at the hospital is giving me blisters

What steps would be necessary to have more Physicians Assistants helping to bridge the family doctor gap in Alberta?

Your thoughts on the draconian administrative and penalties act that was put in place but is now on pause

We need to rewrite the Municipal Election Act.

Danielle is Devon the right patch to make Alberta the best province in 🇨🇦

I’ll be second! Really looking forward to your leadership going forward, Danielle

Fuel and carbon taxes, what is your plan with these devastating economic productivity burdens?

Good job Matt!

Will you restore the presumption of innocence in AlBerta through repealing the Provincial Administrative Penalties Act?

Great answers on good questions👍🏻🇨🇦⚔️

Thank you for stepping up. I am filled with hope for Alberta once again. You are great Danielle!

What do you think is the first step in reducing the AHS impact in this province? Are we going to have to do as we did in past with Ralph and suck it up while we make changes

On the premiers radio show this morning they said at the end that they’re hoping to continue with the next premier

Agreed . . . . We are speaking to the next Premier of Alberta

I have already voted for you

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4 days ago
Danielle Smith

TODAY - Join Danielle Smith and host Bruce McAllister for the final Alberta Town Hall before the election!

The pre-show will start at 12:30pm with campaign staff and MLAs. At 1:00pm Danielle will join the conversation LIVE and be taking your questions directly from the Facebook livestream.

So, get your questions ready and join us for this final push!
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TODAY - Join Danielle Smith and host Bruce McAllister for the final Alberta Town Hall before the election!

The pre-show will start at 12:30pm with campaign staff and MLAs. At 1:00pm Danielle will join the conversation LIVE and be taking your questions directly from the Facebook livestream. 

So, get your questions ready and join us for this final push!

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Can we just frigging vote already

Have to be sure we vote the best in for Alberta she may not be my choice

dialed in and entered meeting id585189as per screen - was told that id did not exist?????

still getting invalid meeting ID

Just tried to dial in and told 585189 is a non-existant meeting ID.

Tried again: called 1 780-666-0144 and voice said enter my meeting ID followed by # and got the saem answer; will try to get in on facebook.

585189 Meeting I’d does not exist

Danielle Smith if you win the leadership I would like to ask a favour that in return may allow me to give you my support in the provincial general election...here it is...there are many, many mlas who donot deserve another term in Alberta politics, my mla Jason Nixon (in my opinion) tops that list, so it would be lovely for you to reopen nominations for someone to replace these(my term) undesireables, as much as I think you would make a good leader, I refuse to ever give another vote to Jason Nixon.

You will NEVER be Alberta’s leader. NEVER!!!!

Remember when you lost and then deserted your party???? You are not a leader.

Why is Notley now putting out post after post on how she understands many families financial struggles? Not only do I believe she can’t possibly understand, but I don’t think she cares. Free Parks Canada passes will not put food on the table, going after grocery stores will do nothing. How about we stop taxing everything to death and cut the fat on the top and stop the buddy system that is plaguing politics. No more backroom deals and sweet cushy jobs paid for by us, the taxpayer! It’s time politicians align with and are loyal to the people, not corporations or unions or how powered individuals!

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