What a fantastic end to our journey around Alberta. The weather in Drumheller couldn't have been any better. As a team we had time to play, some water was involved, while talking to a number of families with our message of fairness.
There’s more to work than making money. Many of us go to work every day with ambitions of achieving more than lining our own pockets.
Between 1982 and 2011 the average wage in Alberta rose by 13 percent. For the top one per cent of earners, the figure was 93 per cent, while the top 0.1 per cent saw their incomes rise by almost 150 per cent. So, who and what is to blame? The people bringing a big, green bus to Drumheller this Sunday, September 7 hope to answer that.
If there’s one thing we all have in common, it’s the dream of a better life for our children. That’s become abundantly clear in the conversations we’ve had with had with thousands of Albertans since the Fairness Express began its tour here on August 19. No matter what your political leanings, your job, your gender, your orientation, your age – you yearn for your kids to do better than you.
A meeting was held September 3 for all Emergency Communications Officers (ECOs) at the Northern Communications Centre (NCC) and the Central Communications Centre (CCC).