NOTLEY ADDRESSES HUNDREDS AT SHERWOOD PARK CAMPAIGN STOP
SHERWOOD PARK – Alberta NDP Leader Rachel Notley addressed more than 400 supporters at a battleground campaign stop in Sherwood Park Sunday.
“We can win right here,” Notley said, flanked by Alberta NDP Sherwood Park candidate Kyle Kasawski and Strathcona-Sherwood Park candidate Bill Tonita.
“We are coming to the homestretch of our campaign to build a better future — our campaign to elect a government that will provide trusted leadership.”
Notley pledged that, under her government, every Albertan that needs a doctor will get one. She said she would hire 4,000 teachers and build desperately needed schools, including one for students currently attending Sherwood Heights and Ecole Campbelltown.
Notley promised to make life more affordable by capping utility and auto insurance rates, and implementing a Kids Activity Tax Credit that would provide up to $500 per child for sports and other activities.
She said the Alberta NDP will create good-paying jobs by cutting small business taxes and attracting investment in the Industrial Heartland through the NDP’s jobs and investment strategy that plans to expand petrochemical production and build large-scale projects in emerging sectors.
“It’s time for better leadership. It’s time for better government. It’s time to build a better future,” Notley said. “We can do this right here. A better future begins right now. Let’s send Kyle Kasawski and Bill Tonita to the Legislature to deliver for Sherwood Park and all Albertans.”