I’m becoming increasingly convinced that Rachel Notley has never set foot outside of Edmonton unless she was going to another major metropolitan area.
There was her farm unionization law, Bill 6, that made farmers work banker’s hours.
The was the time she protected caribou habitat that wasn't a caribou habitat at all.
And her “born in an office in Edmonton” coal phaseout will make city dwellers feel good but will devastate Alberta’s rural coal communities.
To have add even more proof to my theory, I bring you Rachel Notley’s latest remarks at a press conference about the looming carbon tax, where she gives us all advice about how to get around and save a little cash along the way.
Hint: it’s crazy talk.
At least 700,000 Albertans live completely rural. Small town Alberta can’t walk to work...