The response has been overwhelming, and it's been really difficult to keep up to the public demand for signs! People really do want to stop Notley.
Last night my daughter and I handed out approximately 500 signs in Nisku, Alberta.
Once one of Canada's largest and busiest industrial parks, Nisku has been hit hard by the NDP-Trudeau economic downturn. Storefronts are vacant. Welding shops are closed. Fabrication facilities that once served the oil patch are mothballed.
We set up shop in the parking lot of one of the most oil patch friendly businesses we know: Blackjack’s Roadhouse.
Clarence and the gang at Blackjack’s hosted the record-breaking Nisku truck convoy in support of Canadian pipelines a few months ago. They're proud supporters of Alberta's ethical oil and all of the men and women who work hard everyday to fuel the country.
I brought my camera with me and spoke to a few attendees, some who drove over an hour to get their sign, to let them tell us why they think it’s critical to stop Notley.
P.S. To get your copy of the book and to sign up to get your very own orange lawn sign to help me promote my book - because you know the mainstream media won’t give it any coverage - go to StopNotley.com.