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Alberta election: What promises has the UCP made?

File: Alberta UCP Leader Jason Kenney.
File: Alberta UCP Leader Jason Kenney. Jeff McIntosh, The Canadian Press

Albertans are heading to the polls for a spring election on Tuesday, April 16.

As a way of helping you make an informed decision on election night, Global News is keeping track of all the promises made by the main parties vying for your vote.

Here is a closer look at the promises made by the Alberta UCP, and here is the party’s platform.

Health care

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To see where the parties stand on health care, click here.

Education

To see where the parties stand on education, click here.

Infrastructure

To see where the parties stand on infrastructure, click here.

Spending, taxes and the economy

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To see where the parties stand on spending, taxes and the economy, click here.

Carbon tax

To see where the parties stand on the carbon tax, click here.

Crime/violence

Public contracts

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Election reform

Fight human trafficking

  • Feb. 22: Fight human trafficking in Alberta. Kenney unveiled a nine-point plan, which includes the creation of a provincial task force and public awareness campaigns about the reality of human trafficking with a focus on vulnerable populations

Promises will be tracked throughout the election campaign, so be sure to check back here for an updated party platform.

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