Tag: Alberta Party

Campaign 2019: Don’t Get Your Hopes Up?

Duane Bratt, a political science Professor and Chair in the Department of Economics, Justice, and Policy Studies at Mount Royal University, wrote a fantastic article about how political parties can, and do, capitalize on voter anger.   In 2015, Alberta voters were angry. They saw the backroom politics, political […]

Politics of Party Affiliation

In the last week there has been a lot to talk about on the political front and very little of it provided optimism for Alberta.  In BC, MLA Christy Clark, who approved the Kinder Morgan pipeline expansion, lost her bid to form government and the NDP’s MLA John Horgan was named Premier designate on […]