December 2017 Community Newsletter

01 Dec December 2017 Community Newsletter

Year End Reflection

As another year draws to a close I wanted to share my personal reflection on a year that has brought great change to our province. Many Albertans continue to struggle in a slow economy, and nowhere is that more true than in oil and gas. My team are doing everything we can to help get people back to work, in a job that fits their experience and expertise. Last month we held the latest in our series of job-skills workshops, which you can read about below.

There have also been changes in the Legislature. I want you as my constituents to know as our team expands and changes that everything we do is for the betterment of our province and for the great people here in Calgary-Elbow.

Networking 101

Calgary’s economy continues to struggle and unemployment is a real concern for many people I speak with. On November 9th I held a workshop on networking to help provide Calgarians with valuable job search skills. This was the third in a series of workshops I have hosted, and was pleased to hear that those who attended found the information provided to be extremely valuable. I will continue to do what I can to help get Calgarians back to work.

Holiday Open House

I would like to invite you to join me for a holiday open house on Tuesday, December 19 from 4pm to 6pm at my constituency office at 205, 5005 Elbow Drive SW. I will collecting donations for the “Seniors Secret Service” who strive to enhance the quality of life of for individuals 60 years or older who are alone or isolated in the community. If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact my office at 403-252-0346 or by email at Calgary.elbow@assembly.ab.ca.