Premier Notley takes jab at PCs during Chamber of Commerce address

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EDMONTON – Alberta Premier Rachel Notley took a veiled shot at her Progressive Conservative predecessors in a speech Friday selling her new budget to the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce.

Notley trumpeted the $35 billion in infrastructure projects now underway.

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    She says the projects are “real infrastructure projects where real cement will be poured and a real school or a real road will be built.”

    Earlier this week Alberta’s auditor general delivered a scathing report on the failed school construction program undertaken by the Tories under former premiers Alison Redford and Jim Prentice.

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    Auditor General Merwan Saher reported the Tories promised more than 100 new schools to accommodate a rapidly growing population.

    But he found that the administrative process was  hopelessly confused, with no one in charge, no money set aside, leaving cabinet ministers to announce schools with no idea if they could be built as promised.

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