Alberta finance minister vows opposition will not ‘bully’ him from office

My thoughts… It’s time for a NEW political party and NEW people!

Global News

EDMONTON – Alberta Finance Minister Doug Horner is rejecting calls from the Opposition Wildrose party to resign over the controversy surrounding former premier Alison Redford’s travel expenses.

Doug Horner says in a letter to the Progressive Conservative caucus that it’s “blatantly false” he misled Albertans about Redford’s use of government planes and other public resources.

Read More: Wildrose leader calls for finance minister’s resignation

Horner says he will not let the Wildrose bully him into stepping down.

He also says in his letter that the truth is his defence.

The Opposition called for Horner’s resignation last week after the provincial auditor general concluded in a report that Redford and her office used public resources inappropriately and for personal and partisan purposes.

Read More: Redford’s misuse of travel spending caused by ‘aura of power’: auditor general

Horner said after the report’s release that the province will immediately implement recommendations related to government travel and would also look into the current airline reservation…

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