Lesser Slave Lake MLA Pat Rehn responds to Slave Lake town council call for his resignation


Staff member
“I was elected in part because of my logging, sawmilling and crane experience that goes back decades in the riding of Lesser Slave Lake and Alberta. The previous NDP government crippled families and businesses in our region with higher taxes, increased red tape, and the imposition of a provincial carbon tax – the largest tax increase in Alberta history.

Since being elected, I am proud to have helped eliminate the NDP carbon tax, cut a significant amount of red tape, and create a more competitive environment for business and industry. I was also proud to help secure provincial and federal stimulus funding for our municipalities, so they could build shovel-ready infrastructure and create good jobs right now for our people.

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