May 29th, 2019 ~ Vol. 89 No. 22
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Roger Reid ready to represent Livingstone-Macleod
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(Left to Right) Allison (daughter), Roger, Premier Kenney, Darleen (wife) and Elizabeth (daughter). Roger Reid and his family pose for a photo with Premier Jason Kenney at the Legislature on Tuesday May 21st.
David Selles
Pass Herald Reporter
Livingstone-Macleod MLA Roger Reid has officially been sworn in as this ridings representative.

After a ceremony on Tuesday May 21st, Reid now begins the process of representing this riding to the best of his ability.

“My personal focus continues to be on Livingstone Macleod. I am working hard to continue to stay in touch with constituents while in Edmonton.”

Reid says that he is still undergoing a learning process as well.
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“I am also working to learn the ropes of the Legislature. Proper protocols and connecting with support staff.”

Since gaining power in Alberta, the UCP party hasn’t wasted any time when it comes to making their mark on the province as the party already has multiple bills they are hoping to pass.

“We have an aggressive schedule of bills to pass before we break for summer. We have already tabled Bill 1, to repeal the NDP’s job killing carbon tax, and will work to get another 11 bills through to create a business and investment environment re-established for Alberta. We will also begin consultations with Albertans around farm safety, education and other elements of our platform,” said Reid.
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While Legislature may break for the summer, Reid is planning to continue conversations with constituents throughout the summer months.

“I am looking forward to getting out to as many events and activities this summer as I can. We will have new constituency offices in High River and Pincher Creek opened by July 1 and will make myself as available as I can to meet with folks over the course of the summer.”

The Alberta legislature will have a two-month break over August and September.
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