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Promises, promises: Track what Alberta's political parties are vowing to deliver

With Albertans heading to the polls this spring, the biggest political players in the province are already vying for your vote. 

The campaign trail is marked with plenty of promises

Albertans will head to the polls on April 16. (CBC)

With Albertans heading to the polls on April 16, the biggest political players in the province are already vying for votes. 

Through the course of the 28-day campaign, CBC News will track some of the most noteworthy promises made by Rachel Notley, Jason Kenney, Stephen Mandel, David Khan and Derek Fildebrandt leading up to election night. 

From pipelines to public policy, the list below will give you an overview of the promises being made by each campaign. 


Alberta Party promises 

Agriculture

Energy and Economy 

Health

Infrastructure

Governance and Bureaucracy

Education and Child Care

Indigenous Rights and Environment


Freedom Conservative Party of Alberta promises

Taxation and Economy

Governance and Electioneering

Municipal Affairs

Education

Read the full Freedom Conservative Party platform here


Liberal Party promises 

Energy and Economy

Municipal Affairs

Environment

Education

Indigenous Rights and Social Issues

Health

Governance and Electioneering

The Liberal Party released its 49-page platform on April 8, 2019. You can read it here


NDP promises: 

Energy and Economy

Infrastructure

    Health

    Education and Child Care

    Technology 

    Social Issues and Justice

    Conservation and Disaster Mitigation

    The NDP unveiled its full 52-page platform on March 31, 2019. You can read it here


      United Conservative Party promises: 

        Energy and Economy 

        Labour

        Education

        Social Issues and Justice

        Health

        Conservation

        Governance and Electioneering

        The UCP unveiled its full 117-page platform on March 30, 2019. You can read the it here

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