Kenney: 2020 will bring change

Premier Jason Kenney says 2020 will be a year of change.

In his New Year’s greeting to Albertans said New Year is a chance to look to the year ahead with a sense of hopefulness, as a new beginning.

“You know we Albertans have been through a lot of challenges over the last four or five years, but we still have a lot about which we should be grateful,” he said.

“We live in one of the very best places in the world.”

He said he believes the new year will bring change – of positive growth and opportunity.

“I hope that is what it will be for you and your family, especially for those Albertans who have been strugglingin recent months and years.”

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