Annie McKitrick

Annie McKitrick

MLA For Sherwood Park

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Annie McKitrick is an avid cyclist and cross-country skier. You can find her cycling on the roads of Strathcona County. Full bio here.

Traffic Safety (Safe Distances for Passing Bicycles) Amendment Act

Posted on December 6, 2018

For video please scroll to the bottom of the page. Thank you, Mr. Speaker. I nearly wore my cycling jersey today, but I just wore earrings in commemoration of this important bill that I'm asking leave…

Soutien à la Francophonie

Posted on December 4, 2018

For video please scroll to the bottom of the page. Translation below.  Je suis fière d'être une francophone en Alberta. L'Alberta a une des plus larges et diverses populations de francophones. Notre…

Active Transportation

Posted on December 3, 2018

For video please scroll to the bottom of the page. Thank you, Mr. Speaker. One thing I appreciate is that when the MLA for Edmonton-Centre speaks about active transportation, I know that he practices…

Spring 2018 - Bill 10: An Act to Enable Clean Energy Improvements Spring 2017 - Bill 15: Tax Statutes Amendment Act, 2017 Fall 2016 - Bill 32: Credit Union Amendment Act
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What Annie McKitrick's working on

Spring 2018 - Bill 10: An Act to Enable Clean Energy Improvements

An Act to Enable Clean Energy Improvements gives municipalities the option to establish a Property Assessed Clean Energy (PACE) program. The initiative allows home and business owners to make their spaces more energy-efficient, without putting any money down. The PACE program also stimulates local economies…

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Spring 2017 - Bill 15: Tax Statutes Amendment Act, 2017

The amendments in this bill will ensure government policy decisions are implemented and our tax legislation continues to be aligned with federal tax legislation. Our government is taking action to ensure that families who lose a loved one do not have to repay rebates or child benefit payments. …

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Fall 2016 - Bill 32: Credit Union Amendment Act

Credit unions are a big part of Alberta’s financial industry and our communities. Credit unions employ 3,300 Albertans full-time and serve more than 620,000 members through branches in 123 communities throughout the province. The amendments will: allow credit unions to broker insurance…

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