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An Audience With the Premier | Ladies Corner | Alberta Legislature

                'Our government is very gender balanced'

Last week Thursday, the Premier of Alberta Rachel Notley had a round table for ethnic media. This was to present the achievements of her government. At the roundtable, she announced that 100,00 jobs in retail and other fields had been created. One of the main takeaways was that her government was the first to have a gender balance government and the subsequent creation of the Ministry of Women Affairs was a major step in encouraging women to have a voice and get into politics. 

This is what  Frankeline Agbor, the Producer of Diversity Magazine wrote about the interview "Many people are said to be camera-shy but Premier Notley is thought to be family-shy. She is family-shy because she rarely talks about her family. Tee decided to break that myth to get her to share her rare family side with the Ladies Corner Host. On February 14, 2019, at the Alberta Legislature, Tee squeezed four minutes to sit down with Premier Notley to get her to answer some questions after joining other multicultural media for a roundtable in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Premier Notley shared her extremely rare family side with Diversity Ladies Corner Host, Tee, "…I have a son and a daughter…my husband does a lot of the cooking…they (my kids) are a lot more independent…but we still make time to go to their events at their schools and to help them with studying…". Premier Rachel Notley, Premier of the province of Alberta, Canada. Premier Notley has a big message for Albertans, "…you must always make sure that you have a strong voice for women…"

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