THE JOB-KILLING CARBON TAX
PARENTAL CHOICE IN EDUCATION
EXCESSIVE GOVERNMENT SPENDING
FAITH IN OUR LEADERS
Who is Joel Mullan?
Joel was a senior non-commissioned officer specialising in communications with a wide range of postings including teaching leadership, maintaining training standards, providing force protection, and on numerous warships as head of the communications section.
He served on many deployments at home and abroad including major security operations such as security of the Vancouver 2010 Olympics, fisheries protection, sovereignty patrols in the arctic, and anti-narcotics smuggling operations in central America.
Above all Joel is proud to have led some of Canada’s best people in fast paced and sometimes dangerous military operations. For his service Joel was awarded the Canadian Forces Declaration and the Operational Service Medal (Expeditionary).
After his release from the RCN Joel came to Edmonton to work in Rail Traffic Control.
In Victoria he served on his condominium board for five years including two years as president. He also served on his parish council for many years in several capacities.
Since moving to Edmonton he has been a volunteer at the Alberta Railway Museum working on equipment maintenance, operation, and served as Vice President of the Board of Directors.
Additionally, he has been shop steward with his union, served on parent council at his son’s school, served again on his parish council, and coaches children’s rugby.
Edmonton - Meadows Constituency Map
WHY AM I RUNNING?
I believe in low taxes and in families being the best positioned to decide how their money is spent – not government.
I believe in parental choice and the right of parents to be informed regarding their children’s’ education. Equitable funding should follow the student, not the government’s latest whim.
I believe, above all, in basic freedoms such as expression, assembly, and the right to own and enjoy property.
I am running to defend the rights of Albertan families to live their lives as free people where they are provided the tools they need to succeed, but are not told what path to follow.