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Airdrie’s MLA Angela Pitt addressed the Rotary Club of Airdrie at today’s lunchtime meeting, talking about the ‘State of Alberta’. With the announcement of the provincial election almost imminent, this will be one of Angela’s last appearances before the election campaign starts.

Angela sees 2019 as the year that voters need to express their concerns at the provincial and federal polls, to ensure Albertans get the leadership that they want. There are several issues that need to be addressed. The debt for the province is unacceptable, the unemployment level is abnormally high, delays in access to medical procedures have increased, oil production is capped, access to foreign markets is problematic, there is foreign interference in the valuing and bringing Alberta’s resources to market, business confidence/activity is low and is reflected in the unoccupied buildings in the major metropolis.

Angela’s Conservative Party is rolling a 400 page election platform out that proposes to address a comprehensive range of issues in the Province. They would want to make it attractive for businesses to relocate to Alberta. They want to address the interference in our commerce. They want to address the government spending, remove carbon taxing, and introduce legislation that will oblige referendums on all major financial reforms, and de-bottleneck investment approvals. Angela undertook to keep on publishing all the different elements of the platform on social media, to keep everyone informed as and when it becomes public.

The Rotary Club of Airdrie watched Chris Slubicki's video on Canadian Energy today at their lunch hour Meeting.


The message is to be proud of the Canadian Energy Sector, invest and build, conserve and advocate for efficiency and sustainability. They all go together!

Dining out at home!

Steve Franks outbid everyone at the Rotary Club of Airdrie's Lobster Boil event for a three course meal for eight within the comfort of their home, and Rotarians Perry Logan and Andre Aubut served it up on Saturday night. Thank you Steve for supporting Rotary, and well done to Perry & Andre.

Mara Pratt grew up in Airdrie and has not left Airdrie, except for the times she has visited and worked in 40 other countries. Mara spoke to the Rotary Club of Airdrie about her experiences around the world and the influence Rotary and Rotary programs have had on her life.
Mara is an experienced coordinator working with government administrations, nonprofit organizations, event planning and management, sustainability and strategic planning. She qualified from the Alberta College of Art and Design in 2006, and the University of Canterbury in 2010, and then completed her Master of Arts (MA) focused in Environmental Education and Communication from the Faculty of Environment and Sustainability from Royal Roads University in 2016.
She described the confidence and personal growth she gained from RYLA, as well as some wonderful life long relationships that were formed at these camps, from fellow camp-goers, to camp leaders and organizers.
Mara is currently working at the Airdrie Council touching the ‘glass ceiling’, but is looking for the next cliff of opportunity that she can launch herself from................
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