With “super incumbent” Brian Jean easily winning a seat that was previously held by both himself and the UCP, it sets Alberta onto a path that wasn’t part of Jason Kenney’s plans. It’s not often that a person who has won five previous elections shows up as a […]
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Some days are busier than others. The rumour mill has been going for quite some time now about whether Brian Jean will be making a return to Alberta politics. Yesterday, Dave Cournoyer, of Daveberta, posted an article pondering if Jean was going to be running for the Alberta […]
There’s clearly a sense of urgency to get an election out of the way prior to the Election Commissioner and the RCMP having the chance to pull these strings fully.
Earlier today a video was being passed around from YouTube. It had no picture but purported to be Wendy Adam speaking with someone from the Highwood area about Jeff Callaway’s leadership bid for the United Conservative Party. I listened to it right before dinner and then went back […]
Calgary Pride has been making some waves with recent decisions including the exclusion of uniformed law enforcement and the most recent decision to exclude the nascent United Conservative Party from the Pride Parade on September 3rd in Calgary. Even within the LGBTQ community, these decisions are not without […]
I was a member of the Air Cadets for over a decade. A big part of the cadet and military service is learning about leadership. As I recall, leadership was defined as motivating others to do what you want them to do. As I’ve grown in my professional […]
The backroom deal-making that wasn’t supposed to happen with a Wildrose PC merger seems to be exactly what was needed to bring the parties into agreement. Kenney had been persona non grata after the Gay-Straight Alliance media backlash in March but resurfaced in BC stumping for the Liberal party in April. […]