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Friday, August 4, 2017
Alberta Infrastructure : Save the Museum Building in Old Glenora---------Julie Ali Edmonton, Canada 1 sec ago Troubling that there is money to burn by the NDP folks but they can't save money by repurposing this museum. Are the NDP folks like the PCs folks who blew up hospitals? Are they going to blow up the RAM? For sure.
It's more than a museum-it's part of our history and our lives. Why won't the NDP folks we hired to government do what we ask them to do? Could it be they're like the PCs--willing to blow up hospitals but in this case the RAM?
AUG 2, 2017 — The polls are indicating that the 5662 voters who would like to see the Royal Alberta Museum repurposed should be considered by Rachael Notley and Brian Mason and the rest of the NDP party.
Troubling that there is money to burn by the NDP folks but they can't save money by repurposing this museum. Are the NDP folks like the PCs folks who blew up hospitals? Are they going to blow up the RAM? For sure.
Even from far away Ontario, the Royal Alberta Museum is an architectural gem and should be saved. It's unique and a tribute to its time and place; however it would also be an especially valuable venue for... Read more
Well, yes....but would any of the other parties be more interested in preserving and re-purposing the museum building? I wouldn't expect too much from Brian Jean - he wants to cut billions from the provincial budget.
Interesting that the NDP can find $235 million for a "loan" to the oil and gas industry as well as repurpose $30 million from the Federal Government for economic stimulation as the interest payment for this loan when taking care of the orphan well program isn't our responsibility as tax payers. Then there is over a billion dollars for the early closure of the power plants that use coal. It's odd that there is money for big oil's liabilities and to buff up the image of big oil in terms of climate "leadership" but the NDP can't rationalize repurposing of this gorgeous museum. Short term thinking and wasting money afflicts all politicians it seems.