Alberta's Health Minister, Tyler Shandro, might soon stumble across some rather haunting messages outside his office. \nEarly in the morning on November 23, a Twitter user shared photos of several make-shift tombstones erected outside the official's office. \nMany of the cardboard tombstones had messages alluding to the Albertan government's COVID-19 mitigation efforts. \nEditor's Choice: Hailey Baldwin Just Turned 24 & Bieber Went Full Cheese To Wish Her A Happy Birthday\n\n\n“\n\n\nRIP died to save the economy.\n\n\nOne of the signs. \n\n\n\nOhhhhh check this out guys. 👀At Shandro’s office right now 🙌🏻Damn. 🔥 #ableg #FiretheUCP #COVID19AB @CBCCalgary @CTVCalgary @GlobalCalgary pic.twitter.com/J21puoS7mz— Liz (@lizzyinyyc) November 23, 2020\n\nAnother sign reads "RIP. Didn't knock it off," likely in reference to Jason Kenney's plea to Albertans to stop gathering socially. \nOther signs say things like “Here lies Tyler Shandro’s Integrity,” “R.I.P. Personal Responsibility,” and more.\nAs Alberta's COVID-19 numbers continue to rise, Albertans are begging the province to take action. Beyond this morose display, the hashtag #WhereIsKenney has also been trending on Twitter. \nDr. Deena Hinshaw is set to update the public on the current state of COVID-19 in Alberta on Monday night.