ASGA looks forward to working with new government
The 2019 Alberta Provincial Election was held on April 16th and results saw the United Conservative Party of Alberta obtain a majority government with a total of 63 seats elected with the Alberta New Democratic Party taking 24 seats.
"The Alberta Sand & Gravel Association (ASGA) looks forward to working with the newly elected provincial government on issues of importance to the sand and gravel industry in Alberta," commented ASGA president Dale Soetaert.
"We would also like to thank those in the outgoing government for their support of our industry as well," he added.
The ASGA sent out a survey to all of the main Alberta Political Parties on March 22 in specific regards to the aggregate industry in Alberta. For reference, below are the responses to the survey we received.
The Alberta New Democratic Party
The United Conservative Party of Alberta.
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