Ron Liepert's new lobbying job has raised some eyebrows and has critics calling for the ethics commissioner to investigate.
Some people took to Twitter to share what they had to say about Liepert's new role and even brought up some other political controversies.
Find their reactions below. And don't forget to tell us what you think on Twitter at @HuffPostAlberta.
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Former agriculture minister Evan Berger was appointed to become the senior advisor to the deputy minister of agriculture, creating controversy that his political stature got him the high paying job.
Canadian politician Gary Mar stirred emotions most recently when he hosted a lavish fundraiser, allegedly to recoup some of the costs of his $2.7 million campaign to become Alberta's next premier. At the time, Mar was Alberta's diplomatic envoy to Asia and is accused of promoting the dinner as a chance for business leaders to learn more about potential partnerships with Asia. He was also accused of conflict of interest when he allegedly paid nearly $400,000 (of taxpayer dollars) to a executive assistant with no work to show for it.
Former Calgary mayor Dave Bronconnier moved on to become Alberta's trade envoy to the United States. A pretty sweet job we think.
Former provincial level politician from Alberta, Smith is now lobbying on behalf of Talisman Energy.
Michael Lohner, former Executive Assistant to an Alberta Minister, is now principal and founder of Canadian Strategy Group, a group that assists organizations shape public policy. Lohner has been a lobbyist for sectors including Energy and the Environment including renewable fuel standards and renewable energy credit programs.
Pamela Cholak worked in various positions with the Government of Alberta, including policy advisor and executive assistant to the Minister of Energy. She is now a lobbyist for Abbott Laboratories, a global health care company.