Premier Jim Prentice is talking the talk around ending culture of entitlement in
After all, this time Premier Jim Prentice makes his way into the belly of the Toryland beast.
There’s no waving of wands Wednesday. No easy fixes. Government planes gone. New licence plate designs gone. Michener Centre no longer gone.
On Wednesday the talk is about the PC trough, the perks and pleasures of one-party rule.
This is what the premier says he will take on.
The party has been the government since Billy Jack was a box-office hit.
Over the decades the rot sets into the joint, the connections with the governing party are everywhere, favours are doled out, life goes on as if it’s all normal.
Any hint of a political philosophy is stowed in the history books.
The mission is all about keeping the party machine in the driver’s seat. Survival.
Premier Prentice promises new Accountability Act | Globalnews.ca
EDMONTON – Premier Jim Prentice has announced the government has started work on a new Accountability Act to end the “culture of entitlement.”
The premier says the act, which will be introduced in the fall sitting of the Legislature, will create the highest ethical standards.
Alberta Premier Prentice announces review of health delivery in rural areas - The Globe and Mail
Alberta Premier Jim Prentice ordered a sweeping review Tuesday to fix concerns in rural health care, but opposition members accused him of plowing old ground to avoid having to take action.
“Many rural communities face daunting challenges, particularly when it comes to health care,” Prentice said at an announcement in Olds, Alta.
Prentice government begins review of government agencies - Edmonton - CBC News
Following up on Wednesday’s promise to restore Albertans’ faith in their government, Premier Jim Prentice announced his team will begin a review all 52 agencies reporting to the province.
Another 142 other agencies, boards and commissions (ABCs) that operate under the Alberta Public Agencies Governance Act will also be examined.