EDMONTON – Christmas trees decorated with Hawaiian leis were placed outside the constituency office of Alberta’s municipal affairs minister on Sunday amid anger over a growing list of government members who ignored advice to avoid unnecessary travel and left the country over the holidaysThe pandemic, we.
The fallout from Tracy Allard’s controversy-raising vacation to Hawaii continued to unfold Sunday as a spokesman for the United Conservative caucus confirmed that Fort McMurray-Wood Buffalo MLA Tany Yao was the latest to join the list of UCP legislature members to have taken trips outside of the countryThe pace of its vaccination program.
“We understand that MLA Yao is currently in Mexico954,017 resolved. We are attempting to contact him to advise him to return as per the premier’s directive,” Tim Gerwing said in an email late Sunday.
That directive from Jason Kenney came Friday when he said his caucus members and senior staff were forbidden from travelling outside Canada unless it’s for government business.