Campaign Trail: Liberals Unveil ‘New Canadians’ Plan, UCP Pledge Forestry Resources

The first Sunday of the 2019 Provincial Election campaign has come and gone as party leaders continue to move around Alberta.

Alberta Liberal leader David Khan made phone calls and attended the grand opening of Gul Khan’s campaign office in NE Calgary.

Along with door-knocking in Calgary-Mountain View, the Liberal leader also announced his ‘New Canadians Platform.’

The plan states that immigrants help us unlock our economic potential, and asserts that the party would boost settlement funding, meanwhile investing in adult education and ESL programs.

Jason Kenney and the UCP also made a pledge Sunday that they would stand up for Alberta’s forestry workers, providing support for secure, sustainable harvesting, and more cash to fight the mountain pine beetle.

The Alberta’s Party’s Stephen Mandel was door-knocking Sunday morning in Edmonton-McClung, meanwhile the NDP’s Rachel Notley made a leader’s speech at Edmonton’s Polish Hall.

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