Alberta is arguably in the midst of a generational economic shift as we face the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. Looking ahead to the post-pandemic recovery, what should Albertans expect from their Government with regards to the serious economic challenges we face as a province.

Alberta’s government recently tabled Budget 2021 during this public health and economic crisis that has led to reduced revenue and increased costs. The speaker will argue that this budget is a responsible approach to spending, while creating more investment in priority areas like health care and job creation. As the COVID pandemic continues to affect all Albertans, the budget provides for key funding to healthcare and education as well as investments in Alberta’s natural resources, tech and farming sectors beyond COVID-19.

Speaker: Nathan Neudorf, Alberta MLA for Lethbridge East Constituency

Nathan Neudorf was elected as the Member of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta for Lethbridge-East on April 16, 2019. Nathan currently chairs the Standing Committee on Alberta’s Economic Future, and also sits on the Standing Committees on Public Accounts, Families and Communities, and Special Standing Committee on Members’ Services. Additionally, Nathan is the Provincial Representative to the Council of State Governments Midwest and West.

Nathan has extensive experience in commercial construction. He has his civil and structural engineering diploma and is a red seal journeyman carpenter and gold seal project manager. As an active community volunteer and leader, Nathan served as the past president of the Lethbridge Construction Association and on the board of directors for the Alberta Construction Association, Alberta Construction Safety Association and Worker’s Compensation Board.

Nathan lives in Lethbridge with his wife, Deanne, their five children, and their two Beagles.

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