Proud mother of three, daughter of a trapper, Residential School Survivor, Executive Director of Loon River First Nation and Theological Studies Graduate; the list goes on and on for united Conservative Party (UCP) nomination candidate Juliette Noksey.
Noskey is a First Nations person from the Loon River First Nation settlement. She is originally from Moose Factory Ontario and moved to Alberta when she was 15 years old.
Noskey has worked as an executive director for Loon River First Nation, a tax auditor for Canada revenue agency, a finance controller and a field services officer.
Noskey says as a UCP party member the she stands united on the following principles that guide the vision for a stronger Alberta.
Noskey says some of the things she would like to do if she were elected is abolish the carbon tax, stop the shutdown of large areas of crown land for industrial development for the sake of caribou management, getting a pipeline built in the province to move oil and gas products to market, work with local governments in the area to support the development of tourism in the region and support the timber industry as it brings a number of jobs to people in the area. Last but not least Noskey would like to give parents back the right to direct the education and upbringing of their children.
“We are all playing for the same team, she says.” “We just need to pick a captain, and I want to be that captain.” Voting is to take place on Saturday, November 24 in Slave Lake at the Legion hall; the times are 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Voting.
In High Prairie goes from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Times and locationsare to be announced shortly for Red Earth Creek and Wabasca Alta.
“Go UCP GO!” is her rallying cry.