United Conservative leader Jason Kenney was in Sylvan Lake for a rally Monday night. (Photo by Megan Roth/BLACK PRESS)

Kenney visited Sylvan Lake area

UCP leader led rally

United Conservative Leader Jason Kenney led a rally at a Sylvan Lake-area ranch on Monday evening.

Kenney told his audience he plans to “turn off the taps” to B.C. if elected. His promises to the large crowd of supporters included revoking the carbon tax and getting more than one pipeline built to get Albertans back to work.

Albertans go to the polls on April 16. Advanced polls opened to voters Tuesday.



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