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Alberta NDP leader makes campaign stop in Red Deer

Alberta NDP leader made a campaign stop in Red Deer about a week before residents head to the polls.
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Alberta NDP leader Rachel Notley made a campaign stop in Red Deer ahead of May 29’s provincial election. (Photo via Rachel Notley Facebook page)

Alberta NDP leader made a campaign stop in Red Deer about a week before residents head to the polls.

Rachel Notley reiterated her plans to accelerate construction of a new hospital and new schools in Red Deer in front of a crowd of an estimated 200 people at the Alberta NDP campaign office in the city’s downtown on Sunday.

“With only eight days left in this election, we’re coming to the home stretch of our campaign to build a better future,” Notley said.

“Better health care, better education, better support for those struggling with the cost of living – that’s what matters to you. That’s why people are lining up behind our campaigns here in Red Deer and across the province.”

Notley pledged to deliver better health care, including the Alberta NDP’s commitment to accelerate the Red Deer Regional Hospital Centre construction and improve access to doctors and health professionals by introducing Family Health Teams across the province.

She also claimed Alberta NDP would create good-paying jobs by cutting small business taxes and investing in emerging sectors.

Election Day is May 29. Visit www.elections.ab.ca for more information on where and how to vote.



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