A group of United Conservative Party MLAs have put out a public statement criticizing Premier Jason Kenney’s decision to implement another lockdown in Alberta.
“This is actually a very serious issue and it needs to be dealt with,” University of Calgary professor of economics Jack Mintz said at a panel discussion event held by the Macdonald-Laurier Institute on Tuesday.
The House of Commons Standing Committee on National Defence voted in favour of a motion to invite Alberta Premier Jason Kenney to testify on the sexual misconduct allegations made against retired Canadian Forces Gen. Jonathan Vance.
Alberta UCP MLA Drew Barnes still has faith in Premier Jason Kenney despite the two men’s public disagreement about the need for an independence referendum.
“I am writing to you to express my profound disappointment on the cancellation of the Keystone XL pipeline and the lack of a federal response to our repeated requests for your personal intervention with the incoming Administration,” Kenney wrote.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney and True North’s Andrew Lawton sat down in Edmonton for a year-end interview looking back at 2020 and ahead to 2021.
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he’s the only leader of government in Canada to keep a focus on rights and freedoms while responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. In a year-end interview with True North’s Andrew Lawton, Kenney lauded Alberta’s pandemic response, which views shutting down businesses as a “last resort” rather than a panacea. “I’ve been […]
“This is just part of the broader campaign to landlock Canadian energy that I have spoken about so many times,” Kenney said.
When he first came to Edmonton from his native Nigeria in 2005 and was struggling to support his family by washing dishes, Kaycee Madu would never have dreamt that one day he’d be appointed to one of the most important cabinet posts in his adopted province of Alberta. But he has come to realize since […]
A number of municipal, provincial, and federal politicians have spoken out against the toppling of Sir John A. Macdonald’s statue by activists in Montreal this past weekend. “Whatever one might think of John A. Macdonald, destroying a monument in this way is unacceptable,” Quebec Premier François Legault said on Twitter. “We must fight racism, but […]