Local Charities & Not-For-Profit Organizations Supported By Provincial Emergency Funding

Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills MLA Nathan Cooper says approximately $210,000 was allocated in this constituency from the recently announced $30 million in emergency social services funding provided by the provincial government.

Nathan Cooper noted via his social media accounts on Thursday, May 21st that it has been one year since he was elected as the Speaker of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta.

The local MLA says it has been a huge honour to serve the constituents of Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills, members of the legislative assembly and all Albertans as the Speaker.

Meantime, the Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills MLA says a number of local organizations have benefited from $30 million dollars in emergency social services funding provided by the provincial government.

As of May 15th, the money has been provided to over 460 charities, not-for-profits, food banks and civil society organizations across Alberta to support their COVID-19 response.

Cooper notes that approximately $210,000 dollars was allocated in this constituency.

He stated on Wednesday, May 20th that Jason Nixon - the Government House Leader - informed him the legislative assembly will resume May 27th.

According to the calendar posted by MLA Cooper, the final day in the legislature before the summer break will be July 23rd.

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