Curriculum rewrite troubling on many levels


Neil Korotash, the Alberta Party Shadow Minister for Education and Morinville high school teacher, comments on the UCP's attempts at rewriting Alberta's K-12 curriculum. Originally posted on January 4, 2021 in the Morinville Online News.

The UCP needs to hurry up on hydrogen


Robert Tremblay, the Alberta Party's Associate Shadow Minister – Renewable Energy and Natural Gas, comments on the important role hydrogen has to play in future economies. Originally published December 7, 2020 on EnergiMedia.


The time for long-term financial planning in Alberta is long overdue

Mark Nikota, the Alberta Party Treasury Board and Finance Shadow Minister, writes about the need for long-term financial planning.

Alberta High Speed Internet

Daryl Marler, the Alberta Party Shadow Minister for Economic Diversification, speaks on the importance of reliable high-speed internet access to all Albertans. This is a topic that the Alberta Party and our past caucus members have long championed. Learn more in our previous Shadow Budget and Rebuilding document.

Published in the Sherwood Park News on November 25, 2020.

Indigenous History Is A Necessity


Kristie Gomuwka is the Alberta Party's Shadow Minister for Indigenous Relations. In this piece, she writes on the necessity for keeping a rich and robust Indigenous history component in the province's K-12 curriculum. Originally published in the Lakeside Leader.

Albertans Are Struggling - Mental Health

Wayne Rufiange, the Alberta Party's Shadow Minister for Mental Health and Addictions writes about the mental health challenges many Albertans are facing.

Originally published in the Morinville Online on October 8, 2020.

Expand Alberta Parks to Provide Future Opportunities

Our Shadow Minister – Tourism, Culture, Parks, and Recreation writes about the critical role Alberta's parks system has in rebuilding a vibrant economy.

Originally published in the Rocky Mountain Outlook on September 10, 2020.

A Vision for Vibrant Rural Development

Our Shadow Minister – Infrastructure and Transportation, writes about the importance of rural infrastructure.

Originally published in the Airdrie Today on September 9, 2020.

Alberta needs more clean-energy projects

Our Associate Shadow Minister – Natural Gas and Renewable Energy, writes about the importance of clean energy in Alberta's marketplace.

Originally published in the Lethbridge Herald on August 26th, 2020.

Film industry could boost economy with provincial help

Our Shadow Minister for Arts, Film, and Digital Media, Grant Berg, comments on how provincial support of the film industry would result in a generous return on investment.

This was originally published in My Grand Prairie Now on August 15th, 2020.

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