In their 2015 platform, the NDP promised Albertans that the budget would be balanced with a $586 million surplus in 2019. Today, the books aren't balanced and Alberta is on track for a $95 billion debt.
What is the Alberta NDP's real record on pipelines after four years in government?
The NDP repeatedly claim that scrapping the carbon tax will result in the cancellation of Calgary’s Greenline LRT. Experts show that this is false.
The NDP keeps claiming that United Conservatives would cut education. Here's what the actual United Conservative platform says.
The Alberta Federation of Labour and the NDP are tied together in the NDP's own constitution. Where does the AFL stand on pipelines - what's their record?
The Trudeau Liberals and Alberta NDP claim that the Federal Court of Appeal killed the Northern Gateway pipeline project. In fact, it was a political decision quietly supported by Alberta's NDP.
The only one talking about this is the NDP, desperate to distract from their disastrous record in office.
The Trudeau Liberal government changed the National Energy Board's review while the project was being assessed, resulting in the demise of a 1.1 million barrel per day pipeline.
An increasingly desperate NDP wants to campaign on what Jason Kenney said nearly three decades ago. See his real record.
What is the former federal Conservative government's real record on pipelines?
According to the NDP government, things are ‘looking up’, but there are more unemployed Albertans today than when the NDP took office in 2015.
What is the stance of United Conservatives on GSAs in schools? Are the NDP correct in their claims?
United Conservatives have been clear: there will be no cuts to frontline services.
Alberta’s revenues have lost billions as a result of the NDP government raising corporate and personal taxes and discouraging investment that could lead to tax revenue.
Here are the facts.