EDITORIAL: Kenney government needs to be up-front with travel expenditures

  Edmonton Sun 

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If the new provincial government is going to send someone to the world’s financial capitals to give the energy sector’s side of the climate and investment story, there is probably no one better for the job than David Knight Legg, Premier Jason Kenney’s principal advisor. He speaks the lingo. Before he returned to Alberta in […]

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