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
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My name is Nate Horner. I’m a rancher from Pollockville, south of Hanna, Ab. Proud to say I’m a fifth generation Albertan. My Great, Great Grandfather homesteaded near Oyen, Ab. My wife Jennifer and I have three children Avery, Luke, and Kase. After attending the local high school, I earned an AgBusiness Diploma from Olds College, and later a B.Sc. Degree in Agriculture from the University of Lethbridge.
Post-University I had the opportunity to buy my grandfather’s ranch and have been running and growing the business since. I also ran an oilfield ambulance business and small aggregate hauling business with a local partner. I’ve been an avid volunteer and have held most board positions in local community organizations including, President of The Highway 9 Feeder Assoc, Co-Chair of the Hardgrass Bronc Match and served as an EMR for DEMSA (Dryland Emergency Medical Services Assoc).
Currently I have the pleasure of serving on the Standing Committee on Alberta’s Economic Future, Standing Committee on Private Bills and Private Members’ Public Bills, and Select Special Democratic Accountability Committee as Deputy Chair. I also have the honour of serving as Chair of the Southern Alberta Regional Caucus, and as a member of the Student Transportation Task Force.
My goal is to help Premier Kenney make Alberta once again the most competitive jurisdiction in North America, make government smaller, massively decrease our regulatory burden and stand up for ourselves and our industries. I hope to be a strong voice for everything Ag, Oil and Rural and a thoughtful, approachable representative for the constituents of Drumheller-Stettler.
In the Community
The NDP have been speaking out about how they oppose Alberta’s financial investments in the Keystone XL pipeline project.
Access to safe and affordable child care is an important for working parents across this province.
Alberta’s Economic Recovery Plan is a bold vision to build, diversify the economy, and create jobs.
Distribution/Transmission costs are a great concern for rural Albertans. Pockets of rural Alberta pay much higher rates.
Alberta is showing the world that our resource sector is best in class and that the province is open for business.
We have all been witness to the targeted attack of “so-called protestors”, in regards to the major pipeline projects across this country.
The Premier has been on a whirlwind tour of southern Alberta during this constituency week.