There is little incentive for Kenney to offer to fund the three conservative spin-offs from his “unite in spite” project but there is much less incentive to fund the Party that could actually unite Alberta for realzies.
You won’t be happy with me but that was a resounding victory; much like 2015. Albertans voted for homophobia, racism, anti-immigration and, also, yesterday’s economy for our children who shouldn’t hope for a future that is in any way different than what our parents had. Alberta overwhelmingly said […]
I’ve had a pretty tough week. My 12 year old needs to learn about personal responsibility, my parents are moving in with me and want me to “prioritize” my time, and I have this: I spend as much time as I am able keeping up with Alberta politics. […]
Sunday, March 24, 2019 News: Rachel Notley held a rally in Edmonton that looked more like a New Year’s Eve Party than a political rally but it certainly does the trick. Eva Kiryakos, UCP Candidate for Calgary South East resigned at around 9 PM on Sunday night after […]
Saturday, March 23, 2019 The weekends are usually less busy than weekdays during an election period, but they are prime days for door knocking. And that’s how I spent my afternoon. When you’re at the doors, some people will talk. They might be interested in what you have […]
Thursday, March 21, 2019 News: The Alberta Independence Party is officially in the race with 47 candidates as of Wednesday. The AIP stands for, you guessed it, separation. Policy: Alberta Liberal Party announced its education platform would decrease class sizes and provide funding for additional teaching aides. The […]
As Stephen Mandel awaits his day in court to appeal the five-year ban on running that was handed down from Elections Alberta, people are talking about the possibility of a loss because there’s no assurance he will win. The more partisan supporters of any Party seem to hope for […]