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The cut to minimum wage for Alberta students under the age of 18 and cuts to corporate income taxes are the big topics discussed by Dave Cournoyer and guest co-host Brad Lafortune on this episode of the Daveberta Podcast.
We also discuss Attorney General Doug Schweitzer’s decision to appoint a special prosecutor to advise police investigating allegations of voter fraud in the 2017 United Conservative Party leadership race. And we answer some great questions shared by our listeners.
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Note: The Daveberta Podcast will be taking a break for the next few weeks as Dave and Adam go on vacation with their families. We will be back on July 15!
- How To Create a Job, This American Life (May 2011)
- Alberta government lowers minimum wage for minors as part of new ‘Tiny Hands, Tiny Rights’ initiative, The Beaverton (May 2019)
- Why wouldn’t Justice Minister Doug Schweitzer appoint an independent prosecutor in the Kamikaze Campaign case?, David Climenhaga, AlbertaPolitics.ca (May 2019)
- Police visit justice minister, but still no special prosecutor, Don Braid, Postmedia (May 2019)
- Kenney government offering a master class on how to make a bad situation worse, Keith Gerein, Postmedia (May 2019)
- Government subsidies for business are greater than Canada’s entire defence budget, CBC (May 2019)