By Cole Parkinson
While no one knows when the pandemic will pass, Cardston-Siksika MLA Joseph Schow is optimistic about how Alberta will bounce back.
With politicians heading back to the legislature next month, Schow is excited to get back to work and start moving past the pandemic.
“We are going back to session here in the month of February, so we should expect that to last into the late spring, possibly even into the summer depending on how many bills the government decides to bring forward. As deputy house leader, I had an opportunity to kind of be part of those conversations to a degree and I’m looking forward to a lot of great pieces of legislation and continuing to keep promises that we made to Albertans,” he said at the Municipal District of Taber’s regular meeting on Jan. 11.
While Schow is preparing to head back to Edmonton, he’s been busy around the riding talking to constituents. The main topic continues to be the pandemic and Schow understands the continued concerns being brought forward.
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