Leaders make final push ahead of election

Category : Canada News
Updated On : April 14, 2019 10:24 PM
By Indian Times Daily

The two front-runners in the Alberta provincial election are campaigning hard in the final throes of the Alberta provincial election.

With three days left in the campaign, United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney doubled down on his pledge to go after foreign-funded tar sands campaigns, and NDP Leader Rachel Notely held firm on her commitment to create jobs and diversify the economy.

Kenney was at a pro-resource rally in Valleyview, about an hour east of Grande Prairie, on Saturday, the last day of advance polling.

He announced that, if elected, his government would pursue legal action against an alleged U.S.-funded campaign targeting Alberta's energy sector.

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