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Kevin O'Leary Shares Unsolicited Advice With Rachel Notley In Open Letter

03/04/2016 02:34 EST | Updated 03/04/2016 02:59 EST
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LOS ANGELES, CA - NOVEMBER 22: Entrepreneur Kevin O'Leary attends the 2015 American Music Awards at Microsoft Theater on November 22, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by C Flanigan/Getty Images)

Television personality Kevin O'Leary vowed last month that he intends to be a "nightmare for politicians" when it comes to holding them accountable for spending, according to CBC News.

He seems to be keeping his promise.

On Friday morning, the Globe and Mail published an open letter from O'Leary to Alberta Premier Rachel Notley in which he blames her for Canada's weak dollar and the majority of the province's job losses.

"I’m interested in affecting economic and fiscal policy when I see it broken. And your policy plan is definitely broken – in fact, as far as I can tell, you don’t have one," O'Leary writes, before proceeding to list four tips of unsolicited advice for fixing Alberta's economic policy.

All of the four points tackle issues O'Leary sees with the NDP government's policies, but skim over external influences that might be hurting Canada's economic climate, like the global plunge in oil prices.

O'Leary has repeatedly slammed Notley over the past few months, even going as far as to offer $1 million to Canadian oil companies if she resigns.

The letter follows the formula of another O'Leary letter calling out Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne last week for her recently-introduced cap-and-trade fund.

O'Leary's comments on the economy come as the former "Dragon's Den" and current "Shark Tank" star mulls a run for the Conservative party's leadership.

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