Redford also told about 400 colleagues and supporters at the Central Alberta Leader's Dinner in Red Deer that she wants to increase market access to places such as China.
Further to that, she says her government is a strong supporter of the Canada-European trade agreement.
Redford looked back at her two years as premier and reflected on some of the challenges her government has faced, including June's massive flooding in southern Alberta.
She says one of her government's priorities is to invest in new schools and other infrastructure throughout the province.
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