March 17, 2016

EXCLUSIVE investigation: Notley’s NDP KNEW Bill 6 would hurt family farms

Sheila Gunn ReidRebel Commentator
 

The Rebel has just received some new government documents about the Alberta NDP’s farm unionization law, Bill 6

The documents, internal emails and memos show the bungling and changing plans of a desperately failing NDP government.

Watch my video where I examine the things we found in these documents about Hutterites, the changing timeline of Bill 6 and the how the NDP knew their bad law would most certainly hurt family farms.

The entire bill 6 debacle has been about bringing the agricultural sector under the control of the government.

Farmers and ranchers are small “c” conservatives. They’re independent. They still pray before the start of a rodeo or a chuckwagon race. They’re business people. They honour traditional family values and they reward and respect hard work.

Basically, farmers and ranchers are everything the NDP aren’t.

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commented 2016-03-20 12:17:25 -0400
Alberta farmers and ranchers and anyone who opposes the NDP draconian methods should just stop paying taxes. When are people going to realize that the only way the NDP survives is on our tax dollars? If we stop giving them our money they will be done. Why aren’t the Wildrose Party, the Alberta Reform Party, and the Conservatives promoting an idea like this? If they really cared about Albertans they would.
commented 2016-03-18 12:15:35 -0400
The NDP are DANGEROUS to the financial health of ALL Canadians !
They are the party of “Insane” . . . Marxists ALL !
commented 2016-03-18 11:52:17 -0400
@bob Dylan
You so open minded that your brains have fallen out .!!!
PETER—-you know what , —-just keep that list handy ,I notice when they challenge you,they do the "twist " and shout.!!!!
commented 2016-03-18 10:26:44 -0400
Rachel at a loss for more lies? Say it isn’t so.
commented 2016-03-18 07:55:32 -0400
Well looks like MLA Don McIntyre picked up some nuggets from your book The Destroyers.
Check out the legislature yesterday. All the NDP could do was sit and listen. No rebuttal.
Good going Sheila!
Hold these commies to account!
commented 2016-03-17 20:13:12 -0400
Dylan just got a taste of his own medicine. Trying to reason or debate with these clowns doesn’t work so I thought insults with a little gang mentality added would do the job. He seems to have finished his shift. Good work by the folks with actual debate.
commented 2016-03-17 19:54:22 -0400
Peter,

You are correct again!
Lefties can’t stand the heat that they generate with their own BS.
commented 2016-03-17 19:50:12 -0400
Thank you again, Sheila.
commented 2016-03-17 19:32:37 -0400
NDP Sucks cried out, “Dylan. Dylan. Has anybody seen Dylan? Those commies always disappear when it starts to get interesting. Get back here you little NDP communist and answer my questions!”

Yup. It seems that way, but I think the socialists run when they start losing the argument.

I think he cried, “I could argue with you guys for days. But I will never get through to you.” as he was running away.
commented 2016-03-17 19:31:59 -0400
Dylan Dylan Dylan,
Are you one of those new generation " Left Wing Progressive Hippies " that expects the state to pay your way?

Energy Companies discontinued investment in Alberta the day the New Communist Party won the election.

100 thousand private sector jobs lost/gone and counting………….

Oh…………….
But wait………………
The New Communist Party was able to create 47 thousand new " Public Sector Union Jobs " Yay!!!
That’s definitely going to stimulate Alberta’s economy!

Yeah,
Dylan give up before you commit total social suicide.
commented 2016-03-17 19:29:19 -0400
Where are you Dylan, no comments to facts, you must be crying under your desk, or wait filling out a hurt feelings report. Did all the facts hurt your feelings Dylan. to bad so sad.
commented 2016-03-17 19:28:03 -0400
Just musing, but what is it with socialists and their hatred for big businesses yet they are deeply in love with public sector unions?
commented 2016-03-17 19:23:41 -0400
She knew and she does not care, Be looking forward to her reception at the stampede this year, doubt it will be friendly lol might go just to BOO the witch.
commented 2016-03-17 19:19:08 -0400
Dyan asked for some articles on companies that have pulled out projects from Alberta … okay, I revised that a bit because Dylan actually asked me to list the companies that pulled out, when in fact I said projects.

But here is a list for starters.

www.therebel.media/shell_cancels_2b_project_alberta_ndp_budget

www.therebel.media/alberta_ndp_world_oil_prices_saskatchewan_scores_ 142m_oil_and_gas_investment

www.therebel.media/20_billlion_oil_sands_project_cancelled_thanks_to alberta_s_ndp_government

www.therebel.media/husky_energy_getting_out_of_alberta

www.therebel.media/another_notley_ndp_casualty_transalta

www.therebel.media/notley_s_ndp_puts_10_percent

www.therebel.media/alberta_sundance_7_plant_postponed
commented 2016-03-17 19:09:24 -0400
Dylan. Dylan. Has anybody seen Dylan? Those commies always disappear when it starts to get interesting. Get back here you little NDP communist and answer my questions!
commented 2016-03-17 19:09:13 -0400
Dylan McLernon Many did not leave but, meg cancelled a billion worth of projects, cenovous cancelled 2 billion worth, harvest cancelled 500 million worth, sunshine cancelled more spending im not sure how much, shell cancelled Carmon creek project 1.5 billion,husky cancelledf projects in alberta to keep building in sask, deven cancelled the pike project, shell cancelled pierre river, suncor fort hills upgrader cancelled, is that enough or should I go on, Just because they don’t leave does not mean thousands of jobs are not gone, The NDP are fools who have no clue what they are doing and it shows every day. The protests will get bigger and bigger,
commented 2016-03-17 19:08:31 -0400
Dylan, it does not matter how you believe the NDP in this or other provinces have run them. The evidence is plain for all to see that in every province the NDP have been in office they have all tanked the economies. Every last province!
commented 2016-03-17 19:06:20 -0400
Dylan said, "I could argue with you guys for days. But I will never get through to you. "

Have you ever considered that is also the way we feel about you? Your arrogance is unbelievable.
commented 2016-03-17 19:04:52 -0400
Dylan asked, "Peter, name me some companies that have left Alberta? "

Can you read? " why did the corporation that have pulled out their new project investment from Alberta" I did not say the companies have left Alberta, but that they pulled out their new projects.

And I kinda figured you would want me to do your research for you. Be back with that list. Lazy bsrd!

Dylan said, “These companies are not investing in Wind or Solar because it doesn’t work.”

Solar and wind do not work to provide enough energy for Alberta. Some simple questions for you to answer Dylan;

1) What happens when there is no wind at night?
2) What will planes use for fuel?
3) What will lubricate the machines used to build the wind turbines and solar panels?
commented 2016-03-17 18:58:44 -0400
Dylan McLernon. So you live in the climate change dream land where everything is windy and sunny at the same time every day. No big surprise. How’s that working for Germany and Ontario? I’ll bet you are in love with muslims too aren’t your comrade?
commented 2016-03-17 18:58:06 -0400
Peter, telling me the NDP isn’t for small business or industry is a joke. The small business tax rate in Manitoba is zero. I am pretty certain the NDP also lowered the small business tax rate here in Alberta. Small business is the economic driver. That used to be the mantra of conservatives. But now you are all in bed with big business. No thanks.
commented 2016-03-17 18:56:17 -0400
I could argue with you guys for days. But I will never get through to you. Minds are like Parachutes, they only function when open.
commented 2016-03-17 18:51:39 -0400
Peter asked…
If Alberta’s economic problems are only due to the price of oil, then:

1) why did the corporation that have pulled out their new project investment from Alberta specifically state in their press releases that they withdrew their projects because of the Alberta government?

2) why are those same corporations investing that same money into other jurisdictions such as Saskatchewan, the USA, and around the world? Isn’t the world price of oil the same all over the world?

Peter, name me some companies that have left Alberta? I would love for you to mention a company like Larina who took federal loans from a government entity here in Canada, (meaning our tax money) and then proceeded to go into bankruptcy protection. Otherwise, if they are leaving, then they are not economic innovators and who cares? Suncor isn’t leaving… in fact they laid off a few thousand employees and then invest $6.6billion into buying Canadian Oilsands Inc.

The US was smart under Obama. It has been investing in renewable energy for a while now. Tesla is now a multi-billion dollar investment. In the Markets their shares are over $200 dollars. Notley just hired the guy who changed the game down in California. This guy changed a grid that powers the same amount of megawatt that is equivalent to all of Alberta’s grid. You speak about oil companies as if they do not see what is coming. What about Schlumberge? https://www.sbc.slb.com/~/media/Files/SBC%20Energy%20Institute/SBC%20Energy%20Institute_Climate%20Change%20FactBook.pdf

These companies are not investing in Wind or Solar because it doesn’t work. These oil companies know that it works and that is why they are investing in it. Why would they be powering their facilities with wind, if wind energy wasn’t viable. Anyone here denying climate change can go look at that Schlumberge PDF I just posted. If an oil and gas company admits there is climate change, then how the hell can anyone say there isn’t.

You people in here having your hate fest against our government need to wake up. Our taxes in Alberta are still the lowest in Canada. It is just about damn time for our economy to start diversifying and changing. Personally I would love to get manufacturing back here, instead of having it all in China. I would love for Canada to build and innovate. I would love to also have millions of tourists every year, coming to Calgary because we made major changes to our infrastructure, as well as public art. Millions go to Bilboa Spain every year, just to see a museum. Imagine millions of tourists and what that could do for not only our economy, but the economy of airliners and everything else.
commented 2016-03-17 18:48:56 -0400
Dylan is losing the battle and getting tired now. Time to call up the reinforcements. Let me see, Ron Christensen is finished his two hour Liberal corruption shift for the day. Sean Penson is on disability with a hang nail. Jimmy Duh Silva is rumoured to be retired. The other idiots are still on training or nobody knows where they are.

OK Dylan you communist. Get back to work right now. Slacker.
commented 2016-03-17 18:44:42 -0400
Dylan said, “Especially when you support a party who basically wants to open up our laws and borders to any multi-national corporation”

The Conservative, we are told by the socialists, are in bed with the corporations.

We know that the socialists governments, especially the NDP are in be with the public sector unions.

So, let me weight this: a government that loves corporations VS. a government that loves unions.

I’ll take the government that loves corporation because the corporations provide jobs that are not funded by the tax payer.
commented 2016-03-17 18:40:57 -0400
“I like how you all pretend to be conservative, when actually you are neo-liberal. "

Ahhh, Dylan is losing the argument so out come the insults.
commented 2016-03-17 18:37:11 -0400
Sorry Dylan,
You will have to do better than a Leftwing CBC Journalist.
We ran deficits under Harper as well, but Canada prospered.
Where is the prosperity in Alberta under the New Communist Regime?
Canada as a whole, is still crawling out of the abyss of 2006/2008.
There is a right way, and a wrong way to deal with economic challenges.
Next question?
commented 2016-03-17 18:35:25 -0400
I like how you all pretend to be conservative, when actually you are neo-liberal. Especially when you support a party who basically wants to open up our laws and borders to any multi-national corporation, Canadian’s be damned. You support a government in the conservatives who were constantly trying to drive down wages with the Temporary Foreign Worker program. You support a government the pretends to care about its people, and its military, yet shuts down veterans affairs offices, has to be forced kicking and screaming to support veterans mental health issues and here in Alberta, shut down many subsidized old folks homes. Then you go to church and pay god, hoping that he will save your soul.
commented 2016-03-17 18:34:52 -0400
Dylan McLernon.
Time for you to take a vacation. Do communists get to take a vacation? You pretend to know all of the answers. How long will it take Notley to destroy Alberta? How long will it take Trudeau to destroy Canada? I bet you are right in love with Wynne now that she has destroyed Ontario.

You communists are just never satisfied with enough destruction. Just like little fucking spoiled brat children. Well Dylan, your gravy train will end. That much is guaranteed. It’s coming comrade.