Wildrose party wants more question period time, office space
Alberta's new official opposition is seeking more office space and more time to ask questions and present ideas in the legislature.
Wildrose Leader Danielle Smith has made the request in an letter to Premier Alison Redford.
In it, Smith says changes need to be made to ensure a healthier exchange of ideas.
She wants the number of questions given her party during question period increased from nine to 12 each day.
Smith also wants a block of time twice a month for her and the other opposition parties to propose legislation.
There is also the matter of office space; the Wildrose has a floor and a half in a building beside the legislature, but Smith says they need two floors.