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daveberta.ca - Alberta Politics: Monday morning Alberta nomination update – 84 days until the federal election

There are 84 days until the October 19, 2015 federal election. Here is the latest news from federal candidate nomination updates in ridings across Alberta. Calgary-Confederation: Noel Keough has entered the NDP nomination contest. He will face Arti Modgill, Kirk Heuser and Marc… Continue Reading →

daveberta.ca - Alberta Politics: Alberta candidate update: 111 days until Canada’s federal election

With only 111 days left until Canada’s next federal election, parties are scrambling to nominate candidates in Alberta’s thirty-four new electoral ridings. Despite their win in the recent provincial election and sharp rise in the polls, the federal NDP are still… Continue Reading →

daveberta.ca - Alberta politics: Prentice tells Albertans to strap on their seat belts

Tweet“After two weeks with me as the premier, there will be no doubts in anyone’s minds that this a time of renewal and a time of change. Put your seat belts on.” – Jim Prentice speaking with Roger Kingkade and Rob Breakenridge on September 9, 2014 on News Talk 770. Wearing your seat belt while . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Prentice tells Albertans to strap on their seat belts

daveberta.ca - Alberta politics: Nomination battles in Edmonton-Wetaskiwin, Griesbach

TweetWhat happens when three federal ridings become one? South of Edmonton, large portions of the Wetaskiwin, Edmonton-Leduc and Edmonton-Mill Woods-Beaumont ridings have been merged into the new Edmonton-Wetaskiwin riding. The three Conservative MPs representing the area have chosen not to run against each other for their party’s nomination in the new amalgamated riding – Blaine . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Nomination battles in Edmonton-Wetaskiwin, Griesbach

daveberta.ca - Alberta politics: Insiders will pretend to be outsiders in the PC leadership race

Tweet Former Edmonton Mayor Stephen Mandel is not running for the PC Party leadership Former Edmonton mayor Stephen Mandel announced yesterday that he will not run for the Progressive Conservative Party leadership. Mr. Mandel was seen as a great hope by many Edmonton Tories, who believed him to be the outsider who could breath some . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Insiders will pretend to be outsiders in the PC leadership race

daveberta.ca - Alberta politics: Conservatives spar for safe Alberta ridings

TweetWhile the epic battle between Rob Anders and Ron Liepert in Calgary-Signal Hill was entertaining to watch, preparation for the next federal election has sparked nomination contests in ridings across the province. And with two by-elections expected to be called within weeks, federal political parties are lining up their candidates for the vote. By-Election nominations . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Conservatives spar for safe Alberta ridings

daveberta.ca - Alberta politics: 8 candidates who could run for the leadership of the Alberta PC Party

TweetWith yesterday’s announcement by Premier Alison Redford that she will resign on March 23, 2014, the Progressive Conservative caucus will need to select an interim premier and the PC Party is required to hold a leadership contest to select a new leader. Deputy Premier Dave Hancock and Agriculture minister Verlyn Olson have been rumoured as . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: 8 candidates who could run for the leadership of the Alberta PC Party

daveberta.ca - Alberta politics: Interesting federal nomination races emerging across Alberta

TweetInteresting nomination races are emerging across Alberta as parties prepare to choose candidates to run in the next federal election, slated for October 2015. Below are some of the most recent updates from ridings across the province, where candidates are seeking nominations to run in two by-elections and the general election. By-elections Macleod Conservative Party . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Interesting federal nomination races emerging across Alberta

daveberta.ca - Alberta politics: Scramble for federal nominations begins in Alberta

TweetIt’s a fight – or at least it could be if two southern Alberta Conservative Members of Parliament seek their party’s nomination in the same riding. Boundary changes in the next federal election will mean that Lethbridge Conservative MP Jim Hillier will find himself living within the boundaries of the new Medicine Hat riding. Mr. . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Scramble for federal nominations begins in Alberta

daveberta.ca - Alberta politics: Nomination races begin for federal election 2015

TweetThere are 705 days until Monday, October 19, 2015, when the next Canadian federal election is scheduled to be held. With less than two years until Canadians choose who will serve as Members of Parliament and with new electoral boundaries coming into effect at the next election, candidates across Alberta are preparing to seek party . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Nomination races begin for federal election 2015

daveberta.ca - Alberta politics: How Brent Rathgeber changed Edmontons political map and why the Tories might like it

TweetEdmonton-St. Albert MP Brent Rathgeber unleashed a political storm last night when he announced on Twitter that he is leaving the Conservative Party of Canada caucus. Initially citing a “a lack of commitment to transparency and open government,” he expanded his criticisms to the control Prime Minister Stephen Harper‘s office exercises over backbench MPs as . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: How Brent Rathgeber changed Edmontons political map and why the Tories might like it

Leftist Jab: Want To Know Who Leaked Jason Kenney’s "Asshole" Email?

Camouflage won’t help this man.

Let’s work through the list of suspects, shall we?

Here’s a copy of the email in question:

.Part II

So the suspects are obviously all Alberta Conservative caucus members. Let’s trim that down using the evidence in question. There were 27 Conservatives from Alberta elected in 2011. Easily excluded are . . . → Read More: Leftist Jab: Want To Know Who Leaked Jason Kenney’s "Asshole" Email?