Political parties hit Calgary and area to discuss policies ahead of election
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Political parties hit Calgary and area to discuss policies ahead of election

Advanced Alberta Election polling sign Stephanie Froese

CALGARY (660 NEWS) — Campaigning for the provincial election continued in Calgary on Monday with multiple parties kicking off the week discussing their policies, should they be elected in just over three weeks time.

Alberta Party leader Stephen Mandel went door knocking around Calgary and announced that if he is elected his party will work to bring jobs back to Alberta from B.C. targeting creative industries like film.

Calgary was ground zero for the Alberta Liberals as well — as Liberal leader David Khan says his government would create revenue-neutral carbon tax — including enhanced rebates for low-income Albertans.