MEET DANIELLE SMITH
Danielle Smith has been a politician, advocate, columnist, author, broadcaster, speaker and thought leader for 25 years. You can watch her on TV, listen to her on podcast, read her column in Postmedia, and subscribe to her weekly newsletter.
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As a lifelong Albertan, and Libertarian Conservative, Danielle has worked extensively in both private and public sectors to protect the rights of individuals, support innovation and independence within our business sector and advocate for the industries that make this province one of the most economically dynamic places on earth.
Learn more about her career and current initiatives by reading her bio.
With a prominent career in broadcasting spanning decades, Danielle Smith now proudly hosts Danielle Smith's Fraser Forum, The Danielle Smith Report on The News Forum, The Alberta Enterprise Group Podcast, as well as writes a bi-weekly column for the Calgary Herald and Edmonton Journal.
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Danielle and her husband David are proud to own and operate an historic rail car in downtown High River, Alberta. To learn more about their family business or to make your reservation to dine today, please visit The Whistle Stop Diner online below.
THE POWER OF COMMUNITY
There is so much frustration with how faraway governments affect our lives and people feel powerless. What can any one person do to change anything?
If you want to change the world, you have to start with the five-block radius around where you live. You can volunteer at a food rescue service. You can do a river cleanup. You can visit a senior. You can deliver Christmas presents to kids.
Being “libertarian” means we value liberty and foundational freedoms – freedom of conscience and religion, freedom of thought, belief, opinion and expression, freedom of the press, freedom of peaceful assembly and association. Being conservative means we value tradition – family (in all its forms), friends, community, charity and fellowship.
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