Notley's approval rating now sits at 28 per cent, down three per cent from the 31-per-cent approval rating Albertans gave the NDP premier in March, according to the company's latest online survey. Notley's disapproval rating in the June survey was 62 per cent, concluded the non-partisan
The June 21, 2017 edition of the News Advertiser is now online!
Stories include: Hairy Hill bison legacy alumnae, Letter to the Editor - what's better?, Alberta losing its competitive edge, Alberta's current deficits much larger than Ontario's, Alberta's Employment Standards code, First Nations financial transparency, sport fishing regulation changes, drag racing, MP Shannon Stubbs honored, Two Hills RCMP issue warrant, drug trafficking charges, thefts and mischief, Myrnam 4-H, VegMin picnic in the park, old scam - new twist, VVA shovel project, Holden Lodge celebrates, Innisfree School talent show, New Myrnam School news, Vegreville's Father's Day Event, VCHS athletics awards, Mundare Air Cadet review, Sunshine Club Flea Market, Loop the Library, Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon, Annual Fly-In Breakfast, Rudyk elected to national board, MacPhee clarifies position and more!
Also, "The Blotter" has: Assault at a hotel, theft of semi from field, suburban stolen from yard, semi found, dumping nails on the road, bullying, family threats, break and enter at residence, wheels and tires stolen, driving without license, break and enter at business, small child found, impaired driving, quads driving around Lavoy, theft from liquor store, no registration and no insurance, Saskatchewan school buses swerving and speeding, identity fraud, single vehicle rollover, assault by ex and more. During the week 9 false alarms, 3 false 911 and 3 animal strikes with 83 calls for service made in total.
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