Franchise Awareness Day Alberta
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CFA Brings #FranchiseAwareness to Alberta

With pending changes to labour legislation in Alberta, it’s critical for franchisors in the province to build bridges with government and help them understand the importance of franchising to Canada’s economy.

That’s why, on May 16, the Canadian Franchise Association (CFA) held a Franchise Awareness Day at the  Legislative Assembly of Alberta in Edmonton. The event brought together 17 CFA-member franchisors and franchisees and 40 Members of the Legislative Assembly of Alberta (MLAs), who connected through Caucus meetings, one-on-one meetings, and our reception.

Here are some photo highlights from the day. Thank you to all CFA members and MLAs who participated and made the day a great success!

From Left to Right: Ric McIver, MLA (Calgary-Hays); Ellery Lew, Witten LLP; John Wissent, Gestion Dagwoods Inc.; and Susan Clapp, Witten LLP

Rick Fraser, MLA (Calgary-South East) and John Wissent, Gestion Dagwoods Inc.

Maria Fitzpatrick, MLA (Lethbridge-East); Susan Clapp, Witten LLP; and Wes Taylor, MLA (Battle River-Wainwright)

David Shepherd, MLA (Edmonton-Centre) and Christy McKirdy, Senior Homecare by Angels

Kim Schreiner, MLA (Red Deer-North); Kim Guay, The Lunch Lady; Lorraine McLachlan, CFA; and Bruce Hinkley, MLA (Wetaskiwin-Camrose)

Maria Fitzpatrick, MLA (Lethbridge-East) and George Nwajiaku, Two Men and a Truck Canada

John Wissent, Gestion Dagwoods Inc.; Annie McKitrick (Sherwood Park); and Lorraine McLachlan, CFA