The NDP started a bumper sticker campaign with the whopper of a lie that Alberta’s selling our parks. We’re not, when pressed by reporters, Rachel Notley even said “no parks will be sold. That’s true.”
But just a day after that flop of a press conference, Rachel Notley’s deputy Sarah Hoffman tweeted out a photo of “Tracy A Wolf”.
It’s not a wolf. It’s a coyote. A coyote that was recently featured in the Ottawa Citizen.
Howl you celebrate Parks Day?— Sarah Hoffman (@shoffmanAB) July 18, 2020
Tracy says go to https://t.co/iKHYrYk9CL to sign the petition and tell @jkenney that our provincial parks belong to all Albertans – even the 4 legged ones
We will send you a “Don’t Go Breaking My Parks” sticker.
Happy Parks Day!🌲#saveourparksab pic.twitter.com/PmXAYiWbgq
It’s just another example of how deeply out of touch the NDP is with those who actually experience the outdoors in Alberta. The NDP spend more time listening to professional activists than real Albertans.
As Licia Corbella wrote in the Calgary Herald, “Alberta’s provincial parks are not for sale – not one square centimetre.”
Maybe the NDP should spend less time literally crying wolf and start getting their facts straight.
And also this, it’s kind of fitting since the NDP have been crying wolf since day one: https://t.co/mveSskAwpN— Michaela Glasgo, MLA (@michaelaglasgo) July 18, 2020