The Alberta Party has released a series of policies that build on the feedback we heard from Albertans during The Big Listen, and the Policy Directions passed by our members at our 2011 policy conference. These documents provide a summary of our party’s priorities, broken down by policy area.
The seeds of The Big Listen process were planted in February 2010, when members of the Alberta Party united with Renew Alberta to pursue their common goal of a moderate, forward-looking government responsible to the citizens of Alberta. This new relationship gave members of both organizations a vehicle to put into motion their vision of a new mode of citizen engagement; one in which Albertans aren’t talked to, but talked with.
This vision developed into The Big Listen, an ambitious and authentic program of citizen engagement designed to meaningfully connect our party to Albertans. Through this ongoing process, we’ve talked with thousands of Albertans in their homes and communities about their stories, challenges, and hopes for our province. The input from these meetings has been recorded in detail, and forms the foundation of the policy proposals being developed by our member volunteers and put forward by the Alberta Party.
Our Policies - In Detail
- Creative Industries (see also Television and Film Production)
- Democratic Renewal
- Land Use
- Post-Secondary Education
- Rural Communities
- Our Founding Principles
- Guidelines for Alberta Party MLAs
- Bill 210 - The Alberta Party's Early Childhood Learning and Child Care Act