If Kenney’s claim cannot be independently verified through lease agreements or visitor logs, the idea that Jason Kenney may have fraudulently claimed a subsidy he had no right to during his mother’s residency at Lake Bonavista will throw shade on whether he should have been eligible prior to that as well. Canadians will wonder. Albertans will as well; and this election season isn’t long enough for them to forget.
You’ve probably read the articles and heard on the news: Jason Kenney is under fire for receiving a $10,000 a year subsidy for his Ottawa residence while he purportedly lived in the basement of his mother’s retirement home in Calgary. The Party and its supporters have been on […]
Park your partisanship for one moment and ask yourself if you would accept this explanation from Justin Trudeau. Something tells me the incessant outrage would be intense – and led by Jason Kenney, “Champion of the Taxpayer”.
Rumour has it Jeff Callaway was not the first person requested to be the Kamikaze Candidate whose sole purpose was to bring the heat on Brian Jean. Derek Fildebrandt sent out a lonesome comment on twitter after listening to Ryan Jespersen’s show on 630 CHED where they discussed […]
Did You Hear About the One Where Jeff Callaway Entered the UCP Leadership Race Solely to Sink Brian Jean?
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 […]
“Sour grapes” usually refers to someone who suddenly finds something undesirable because they cannot have it. This week, Prab Gill, MLA for Calgary-Greenway, was accused of having a case of sour grapes because he lashed out at the “crooked party politics” of the United Conservative Party. A day […]
In a recent statement disavowing a former employee’s white supremacist ties, Jason Kenney reiterated his stellar record on immigration issues which, as some pointed out, isn’t really all that stellar. Kenney, who many believe is using Alberta as a springboard back into federal politics, has much more to […]
The Alberta New Democrat convention was held in Edmonton last weekend and with it, the outline of their campaign for 2019. If I have been impressed with Conservative messaging in the past, and I have, the Alberta NDP look as though they are about to embark on a […]
The reviews became mixed on the Alberta Party’s convention after the Edmonton Journal’s Keith Gerien offered a critical, but well-founded, review of the policies brought forward for debate. He was right; there was little to get excited about in the policies. The Alberta Party supports stability in fiscal […]