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.
With a federal election mere months away, conservatives are counting the blue eggs in their basket. As of Wednesday morning, they have five. PEI has an election coming on May 16 that is said to be a three-way race between the Green Party at 35%, PCs at 32% […]
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 […]
Advanced polls wrapped up on Saturday with an incredible 696,000 people taking advantage. It’s exciting to think that there’s a possibility we may have higher turnout by the end of day on April 16th than in the past 20 years. It’s also unfortunate that because of the high […]
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. […]
This time, it’s personal. In the grand scheme of things, I’m new here. I started following politics in 2015 and I wasn’t overly involved in political party processes. I was an outsider in 2017 and I made a volunteer cry at my second political convention because I didn’t […]
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 […]
Being partisan is a tough job. Researchers at the University of Calgary tracked the perspectives of over 700 individuals in the Calgary area at the end of 2017 and 2018 and discovered a marked difference in the way people viewed the economy by partisanship and age. Age and […]
Jason Kenney, long-term MP, Minister of Immigration, Employment and Defence, and the Prime Minister’s number two, may simply have been the unwilling victim of an accommodating staffer.