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The Wildrose Party says that doesn't give farmers enough time to weigh in on rules that will have a huge impact on how they operate. The party says education is a better way to improve safety on farms and ranches. Grant Hunter, the party's Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour critic, said the Wildrose is worried about how the rules will affect family farms. He said B.C. allows exemptions for smaller operations. He called for the NDP to send Bill 6 to committee for a full and thorough review, which would allow for more consultation. "The government is saying a bureaucrat in Edmonton has a better solution than someone who is in the trenches," Hunter said. "An industry-driven solution will be the best solution." Alberta Liberal Leader David Swann said he was pleased with the NDP bill. "This is a great day in Alberta. This is bringing Alberta into the 21st Century, " he said. "I welcome the introduction of this desperately-needed legislation and enthusiastically will support this omnibus bill." Swann, who has over the last 11 years advocated for farm worker protections, dismissed the Wildrose criticism. He said opposition to the bill means opposing minimum wage for workers, proper safety training, giving workers the right to refuse work that can put them in danger, and putting an end to child labour. Swann said WCB also protects businesses from lawsuits.
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