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Monday, March 23, 2009

bill 19 rumble in ryley [joe anglin v. jack hayden].

Recent amendments removing sections of the controversial Bill 19: Land Assembly Project Area Act have satisfied some critics, but others remain steady in their opposition to the legilsation. Central Alberta landowner and Green Party leader Joe Anglin still has serious concerns about the legislation and has in recent weeks organized Town Hall meetings on Bill 19 in Warburg and Ponoka which attracted the attention of four PC MLAs who showed up to defend their government's Bill.

In recent weeks, the Wild Rose Agricultural Producers, the Council of Canadians, Greenpeace, and the Sierra Club have also voiced their opposition to Bill 19.

Tonight, Anglin will face off against Infrastructure Minister Jack Hayden at an open forum in Ryley, Alberta:
For Immediate Release

March 23, 2009

(Rimbey, AB) Tonight at the Ryley Community Center the Minister of Infrastructure, the Hon Jack Hayden, will be discussing Bill 19, the “Land Assembly Area Act”, along with Joe Anglin, Advocate for Landowner Rights and Leader of the Alberta Green Party.

This will be the first time the Minister, and sponsor of the controversial Bill 19, will defend his proposed Bill. Mr. Hayden and Mr. Anglin will answer questions from the public at the open forum.

The public and press are invited to attend. The forum starts at 7: 00 PM March 23, 2009 at the Ryley Community Center (Corner of 51 Ave and 49 St) in Ryley, Alberta.


Joe Anglin
Leader of the Alberta Green Party
(403) 843-3279

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Good luck Joe!