Month: July 2020

Staying Safe Outdoors

If you’re heading out this weekend, have an enjoyable time and make sure you leave the land better than you found it.

Eid Mubarak!!!

We know because of COVID-19 the festivities will be different this year, but I hope you have a very happy
Eid ul-Adha no matter how you decide to celebrate it.

Common Sense, Red-tape Reduction

Common sense, red-tape reduction has led to amendments modernizing Alberta’s Meat Inspection Regulations allowing consumers to purchase more locally produced meat while still maintaining our high food safety standards.

End of Session

It has been a very busy week in Edmonton as my colleagues and I from across Alberta finished the most recent session of the Legislature with a marathon sitting.

Return to Schools

The suspension of in-person schooling in March has been hard for many students and their families. Kindergarten to Grade 12 education changed significantly as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic

Education Relaunch

I want to thank all the constituents of Cardston-Siksika for your actions in fighting COVID-19.

Edmonton Expo Centre

As services at the Edmonton Expo Centre transition to community based supports, we are taking steps to ensure organizations like Hope Mission and the Mustard Seed can provide day services that continue to meet the needs of vulnerable Albertans.