It was a big year for Livingstone-Macleod MLA Pat Stier in 2018.

He says it was big one for one reason.

"Well you know, it's hard to remember back into the springtime for me, because as you know I announced back in April that I was making the big decision to retire and not run again. But, we certainly had a busy fall session where we dealt with 15 government sponsored bills and one private members bill."

Stier says he had always planned to work just two terms in the Legislature and is looking forward to settling into retirement sometime in the spring.


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