By Cole Parkinson
A new premier has been in place in Alberta for a little while now and MLAs across the province have been able to adjust to new leadership. Locally, Cardston-Siksika MLA Joseph Schow has been able to meet with Premier Danielle Smith and highlight some of the issues affecting the riding and overall, he feels the synergy within the United Conservative Party has been very good as the next provincial election nears.
“The great thing about Conservative leadership races from what I’ve seen is that once a new leader is picked, we get behind them and support them. We’re not going to agree on 100 per cent of things, and that’s what a big party is all about — finding compromise,” he said.
While Schow had endorsed Travis Toews to be the new premier and leader of the UCP, his commitment to the new premier hasn’t wavered. Schow explained he’s been excited by what he’s been hearing from within the UCP and he’s looking forward to getting to work.
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