Media Advisory: Failed NDP policies and what it means for Alberta in 2016
Catherine Swift, Working Canadians asks: Are Alberta NDP politicians prepared to learn from history
Calgary, April 21, 2016 – Catherine Swift, head of Working Canadians will be in Calgary April 26, 2016 speaking at several engagements, including the Manning Centre at 7:00PM on failed NDP policies and what it means for Alberta in 2016.
“There are many parallels between the Rae government in 1990s Ontario and the Notley NDP government in Alberta today,” says Swift. Adding, “There are also many lessons that could be learned from the Ontario experience to prevent Alberta from having to suffer the very negative fallout that Ontario endured.”
To arrange an interview with Catherine Swift, please contact Gisele Lumsden at 647 466-5509 or via email firstname.lastname@example.org
Catherine Swift is past President and CEO of the Canadian Federation of Independent Business, Canada’s premier small business advocacy organization. Swift is now the head of Working Canadians, a not-for-profit organization with the mandate of opposing the negative impacts of excessive labour union influence on our economy and our society. @workingcdns