Says Ottawa and some provinces are unfairly restricting Alberta’s oil and gas industry with regressive laws and policy roadblocks.
Aims to balance the books in four years and reorient Alberta’s economy long after that.
But two other NDP energy diversification schemes offering loan guarantees and grants will get the axe.
Moving to make the province the one with the fewest exemptions in Canada.
Albertans feel alienated as province contributes billions of dollars to Canada’s economy but blocked from developing its resources.
Looking for savings to eradicate Alberta’s annual multibillion-dollar budget deficits; NDP calls it a gross abuse of power.
Wants to revive what he called the historic alliance between the two provinces.
But province’s difficulty in moving oil to market will remain a major challenge.
UCP took back many of the breakthrough NDP wins in Calgary and rural regions in 2015.
Energy policy looms large over the upcoming Alberta election.
Claims it would pay for itself as employers used the tax break to create more jobs.
Says his top priority if elected will be repealing Alberta NDP’s carbon tax on gasoline and heating fuels.
Since reforms there has been a 75% reduction: Kenny.
Ottawa uses green card obstacles to attract US-educated tech-sector talent.
Others say it’s one subcontractor finishing one job before another was hired for a different job.