Rachel Notley is counting on a divided UCP
Rachel Notley is counting on a divided United Conservative Party so she can swoop in from the wings and seize power. 

Keean Bexte

December 16, 2022

Rachel Notley is counting on a divided United Conservative Party so she can swoop in from the wings and seize power. 

Rachel Notley is counting on a divided UCP

Alberta’s conservatives can’t let that happen. Uniting behind Premier Danielle Smith is the answer. 

This province won’t survive another four years of disastrous NDP governance. 

Notley knows she can’t stand on her own record and merits after being soundly rejected by the electorate in 2019. That’s why she’s doing everything she can to stir up discontent toward Smith. 

The latest nasty trick from Notley includes gaslighting Albertans to believe that the energy industry opposes the Sovereignty Act – a complete fabrication. 

Unlike what the Alberta NDP claims, the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers (CAPP) did not “oppose” the Sovereignty Act.

CAPP has also since asked Notley to remove a tweet in which she falsely claimed they were against it.

Notley is all about division. She’s already indicated she will discriminate against people, such as those who fought against vaccine mandates and lockdowns. 

“If the Alberta NDP forms government next year, groups that support vaccines will be able to receive government funding, host events, invest in our economy, you name it,” tweeted Notley on November 29. 

On the other hand, our premier is focused on bringing people together. Since taking office, Premier Smith has been correcting the mistakes made during the pandemic over the past two years. 

Smith has a big job in front of her, and Albertan identity is at stake. 

Either Alberta continues down the same old path of being a second-rate province in the eyes of Ottawa elites, or it paves a new independent way forward.

A new way that could see Albertans control their own pensions, have their own police force, and get pipelines built. 

Now is not the time for political infighting and bickering. A strong and united party is what this province needs so that Albertans can once again have confidence that its government is working for the people. 

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