Hello friends and neighbors,
I hope you’ve enjoyed our lovely fall and had a wonderful Thanksgiving with friends and family.
The month of November is a time for remembering those who sacrificed for our freedoms. I am extremely grateful to all the men and women who showed courage, determination, and bravery when they were called upon by their country to serve. It is important for us to share our veteran’s stories and experiences with the younger generation so they their bravery and sacrifice is not forgotten. During the month of November, I ask you to join me in wearing a poppy to honor and remember those who fought to protect the freedoms and values we Canadians hold dear.
Our Provincial Government is working to make life better for Albertans. Our economy is recovering, with economists across the country predicting that Alberta will lead the way in economic growth in Canada this year.
Still, we know many families are facing financial challenges, which is why we’re committed to making life more affordable for Albertans. We froze tuition fees at Alberta’s universities, colleges and post-secondary institutions – for the third year in a row.
Through Energy Efficiency Alberta, we have helped thousands of Albertans save money on their electrical bills with instant savings and online rebates on energy-saving products like LED light bulbs, programmable thermostats, tankless hot water heaters, and much more. You can learn more and sign up for updates on the program at www.efficencyalberta.ca.
As we move through the Fall Legislature Session, our government will continue to make improvements to modernize Alberta laws and make life better for all Albertans. I look forward to hearing your thoughts, insights and opinions of the proposed legislation by email at Calgary.firstname.lastname@example.org, by phone 403-640-1363, or I person at #10, 8318 Fairmount Dr. S.E