Alberta, Canada’s New Premier Vows To Cut Ties With World Economic Forum

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Premier Danielle Smith and Justice Minister Tyler Shandro took questions from reporters, in Edmonton on Tuesday, November 29, 2022, on legislation intended to defend Alberta’s interests. (Chris Schwarz/Government of Alberta via Flickr)

December 8, 2022

Alberta, Canada’s new premier has vowed to cut ties with the World Economic Forum and reform the health services in her province. Danielle Smith, a former media pundit, recently told Alberta’s Western Standard that the province’s health services were not scientifically-oriented, but working to fit their data within a larger narrative, according to RAIR Foundation.

Smith has promised effective new management of the provincial health services before the new year. 

“I believe that Alberta Health Services is the source of a lot of the problems we have,” she told Western Standard.

Smith questioned why their health services had anything to do with the World Economic Forum.

“They’ve entered into some sort of partnership agreement with the World Economic Forum in the midst of the pandemic,” Smith said shortly after her election victory in October.

Smith’s severance with the WEF and move away from the consolidation of power sought out by globalists portrays a parallel to American conservatives past legislative responses to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Public health restrictions on the province’s residents had resulted in fines which Smith has proposed amnesty for. This is a move which protects all who were not criminally charged from legal liability. But recently, Smith has reportedly walked back on her promise to protect the rights of the unvaccinated through legislation, instead asking that organizations drop the mandates.

Alberta is a stronghold for conservative politics and the success of the province is key to developing the next Parliament’s majority. Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, who has been head of state since 2015, currently leads the Liberal Party. 

The maneuvers made by Alberta’s premier may be a part of setting up the parabolic success of conservatives against tenured world leaders in North America during both American and Canadian elections in 2024 and 2025 respectively.

The province is a natural source of energy deposits and still uses coal to fulfill nearly a third of its energy demand in the year 2022, according to Canadian Energy Regulator Provincial Energy Profiles. Coal is set to be phased out of Alberta’s energy sourcing by the year 2030 as a part of climate conscious energy policy

Editor’s note: An earlier version of this article said that Danielle Smith was “prime minister” of Canada’s Alberta province. Danielle Smith is the premier of the Alberta province, and this has been corrected.


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