complementary health care centres for cancer treatment, whereby patients and health carepractitioners are given the choice of treating with conventional and alternative treatments.
11. Paying for Public and Private Health Care
Be it resolved, that a Wildrose Party of Alberta government will maintain the public health caresystem to pay for services provided to patients by either private or public health care options.
12. Private Options in Health Care
Be it resolved, that a Wildrose Party of Alberta government will introduce private options in healthcare for patients and health care providers.
13. The Swedish Model of Health Care
Be it resolved, that a Wildrose Party of Alberta government will study, and where advisable,emulate the Swedish model for health care.
14. An Arterial Freeway for Alberta
Be it resolved, that the Wildrose Party will support a central arterial “freeway” to be createdutilizing existing infrastructure.
Safe Communities15. Increase Corrections Staff and Training
Be it resolved, that the Wildrose Party insist on staffing levels and training of probation officersand other supervisors of convicts which are adequate to provide effective supervision of paroleboard or court orders.
16. End photo radar
Be it resolved, that the Wildrose Party would eliminate and ban photo radar as a traffic violationdeterrent once elected.
17. Alberta Provincial Police
Be it resolved, that Alberta maintain its own provincial police force.
18. Protection of homes
Be it resolved, that the Wildrose party supports a policy that respects and recognizes the sanctityand safety of a person’s home.
19. Recoup Proceeds of Crime
Be it resolved, that the Wildrose Party adopt a policy of encouraging and directing police andprosecutors to gather evidence and make applications for forfeiture of the proceeds of crime, andrestitution orders for victims to a much greater extent than is now the practise.
20. Repeal of the Minor Injury Limitation Legislation
Be it resolved, that a Wildrose Party of Alberta government will repeal the Minor Injury regulationsand laws enacted on October 1, 2004.
21. Canada’s Lowest Crime Rate
Be it resolved, that through more effective use of police, prosecutors and provincial jails, thatAlberta set the objective of achieving and maintaining the lowest crime rate in Canada.
22. Temporary Speed Reduction Zones
Be it resolved, that the Wildrose Party supports an amendment to all temporary speed reductionsthroughout Alberta to be in effect, only when people are present.
23. Review of Speed Limits
Be it resolved, that the Wildrose Party supports legislative authority for Alberta Transportation toreview and amend any posted speed limit throughout the province.
24. Legal Resident’s Registry
Be it resolved, that the Wildrose Party supports the creation of a Legal Residents Registry, which