Calgary Buffalo Liberal candidate Kent Hehr responded today to reports that the Progressive Conservative Party has reversed its position generic levitra online
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“This is the good kind of flip-flop, I guess” says Hehr. “Last week, I joined a lot of Calgarians in saying the social costs of cutting funding to the Drop-In Centre were too high. I guess Ms. Redford was listening.”
“Concerned Calgarians did this by speaking up together”.
Last week, there were widespread reports that the Alberta
Government would cut the Calgary Drop-In Centre’s 2012-13 budget by as much as $600,000. On March 28th, PC Party officials were claiming the Party had reversed its position, and funding would remain in-tact.
“It think a lot of people will breathe a sigh of relief,” says Hehr. “The cut was a bad idea. It was premature. It’s too bad the staff and the people who depend on the Centre had to spend a week in suspense, but it shows if enough people speak out together, you can reverse the shortsighted decisions of this Government”.
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