alberta politics

If, as one theory went, the video was surveillance set up by Jason Kenney’s office, it was very sloppy, since Prab Gill spotted the camera and gave it a cheery salute.

A creepy video, conspiracy theories, and an Alberta election campaign with the air of French farce

Year-end interview with United Conservative Party Leader Jason Kenney at the Alberta Legislature in Edmonton, December 20, 2018.

Jason Kenney says he will demand energy industry CEOs ‘get in this game’ against anti-oil activists

With a lot of people running for many nominations and a whiff of power in the air, you’re bound to get a bad apple or two, right?

A possible UCP nomination fight scandal? That’s just a sign of success, Jason Kenney says

United Conservative Leader Jason Kenney, in a fiery speech to party members, is promising an all-out attack on the "green left" and those who secretly fund and support the demonization of Alberta's oil.

Jason Kenney declares war on ‘green left’ in speech to conservative party.

Trudeau rewarded bad behaviour.

Justin Trudeau fails to act, fails to be prime minister.

A protester raises his fist as others block a gate outside Kinder Morgan in Burnaby, B.C. on March 17, 2018.

Trudeau still gives green fanatics cover as they strangle Trans Mountain.

Ontario’s owes $311 billion, routinely billed as one of the world’s highest levels of subnational debt.

Worried about Alberta debt? Pity poor Ontario.

Brian Jean, left, and former house leader of the PC's Ric McIver sit together during the first meeting of the new United Conservative Party caucus in Edmonton Alta, on July 24, 2017.

Former Wildrose leader Brian Jean resigns from Alberta legislature.

Map of Trans Mountain pipeline and proposed expansion; Merritt is between Vancouver and Kamloops.

With the stroke of a pen in British Columbia, Alberta’s New Democrats have descended from deep trouble to grave political crisis. Their great hope of a smashing political win — construction of the Kinder Morgan pipeline — is stymied yet again by the people Premier Rachel Notley used to call friends. Alberta’s provincial election is […]