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The Fair Deal Panel is consulting Albertans with an online public survey on what they think about independence.

The survey allows all Albertans, including those who have been unable to attend one of the in-person town hall sessions, to share their thoughts and ideas on how to give Alberta a bigger voice within the Canadian federation.

It also has a questionnaire asking if Alberta would be better off if it sought independence.

It is available on the Fair Deal Panel website until March 15.

“The Fair Deal Panel has already connected with thousands of Albertans through local engagement sessions, meetings, email and online. We know there are more who may have ideas to share. We encourage all Albertans to take this survey and make their voices heard on how we can best advance Alberta’s interests on the national stage,” said Oryssia Lennie, chair, Fair Deal Panel.

In addition to receiving input from Albertans, the panel is consulting with policy experts and undertaking research to inform its recommendations.

The panel will complete its report to the government by March 31.


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