UCP welcomes Rehn back into fold

Admin2001

Administrator
Staff member
Chris Clegg
South Peace News

Banished Lesser Slave Lake MLA Pat Rehn is back in as a serving MLA for the United Conservative Party government.

UCP caucus chair Nathan Neudorf made the announcement July 14.

The UCP says since his removal from caucus on Jan. 15, Rehn has worked tirelessly to rebuild trust with local families, businesses, elected officials and Indigenous leaders. As a result, the UCP was presented with letters of support – including from several municipalities and the Lesser Slave Lake Constituency Association – requesting Rehn be allowed to rejoin caucus.

The UCP voted July 14 to welcome back Rehn after considering this information.

“Pat has been doing an incredible amount of work to rebuild trust and get things done in his constituency. He has learned to apply the skills that made him so successful in business to his job as MLA, and he has reminded all of us why he was elected in the first place,” Neudorf says.

“As our government shifts focus to the economic recovery, Pat will be a strong asset, not only for his riding but for our entire United Conservative Caucus team.”

Rehn says he is eager to continue working hard for his riding, so his constituents benefit as much as possible from the economic recovery.


Click HERE for the full story or HERE to return to the front page
 
Top