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- 07/10/17--18:18: _Graham Thomson: Dea...
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- 07/10/17--18:18: Graham Thomson: Deadline approaches for PCs in unity vote
- 07/18/17--17:20: Jason Kenney spent $1.5 million to become Alberta PC leader
- 07/19/17--09:33: Thomson: Unite-the-right vote will shake up Alberta politics
- 07/19/17--12:36: Thursday letters: Bring on the UCP
- 07/21/17--16:30: All eyes on Alberta conservative unity vote Saturday
If Kenney wants to send politicians back to school, he should think of taking a course himself in Alberta’s economic history and how Klein really managed to balance the books.
Progressive Conservative Leader Jason Kenney spent slightly more than $1.5 million on his campaign to win the post, and raised nearly as much dough, according to financial statements filed with Elections Alberta. The money raised by the former Calgary Conservative MP dwarfed his competitors in the four-man race, according to documents published online Tuesday. Vermilion-Lloydminster […]
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Odds are, we will be saying hello to the UCP. But we won't know until next election if it means saying goodbye to the NDP.
071017-no_object-57392734-20170620KH5159-W.jpggthomson2015An editorial cartoon by Malcolm Mayes from June 2016, showing Jason Kenney may be closer to overtaking Brian Jean than it appears.
I’m a Wildrose and PC member who considers the proposed United Conservative Party of Alberta so nice, I’ll vote for it twice. Yes, unification will trigger some old-school “Lake of Fire” Rosies to bolt, while most of the “P”s (proponents of progressive taxes and profligate public spending) on the PC side “P”d off months ago. […]
Albertans will know Saturday night whether the province’s political landscape will soon change forever. Paid-up members of the Wildrose and Progressive Conservative parties are heading to the polls — online, or phoning in — to have their say about whether the two shall come together and form a new political force called the United Conservative […]