The Advocate | January 03, 2017

The Advocate, Winter_2016-17In this issue, Public Interest Alberta Board Chair Larry Booi gives tangible actions for meeting with your MLA to advocate for democratic reform in the province. Joel French, Public Interest Alberta Executive Director, provides an informative look at how our tax system currently works and how Alberta could use changes to the income tax system to make up for its revenue shortage.  The Council of Alberta University Students discusses the current state of post-secondary education tuition and fees and Public Interest Alberta Education Task Force Chair Harold Neth makes the argument that public lands should be used for the public, not private, interest.  Finally, Friends of Medicare Executive Director Sandra Azocar provides information from the Parkland Institute's recent report on elder care in the province.

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