TweetThere are now eleven days left until voters cast their ballots in four provincial by-elections on October 27. Prentice a no-show in Calgary-Foothills He is the Premier of Alberta and he does not have a seat in the Legislature, but Jim Prentice was the only Calgary-Foothills by-election candidate to skip last night’s all-candidates forum organized by the Edgemont Community Association. Noting the high-profile […]
The Alberta Party held their leadership convention on May 27 and 28 at the Shaw Conference Centre in Edmonton and I attended as a member from the Edmonton-Centre constituency. Despite my reservations about the low-key leadership contest, I was impressed with the quality, organization, and positive energy of the event, which drew over 300 attendees [...] . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics blog: recap: alberta party leadership convention.
Your blogger discusses the state of Alberta (pun intended) with Alberta Party Leader Glenn Taylor. Below: Randy Royer.In the end, the Alberta Party’s leadership vote yesterday came down to a choice between old-style plebeian NDP politics and old-styl… . . . → Read More: David Climenhaga’s Alberta Diary: New Alberta Party leader’s challenge is to turn a New Age blip into lasting political phenomenon
Outgoing Acting Alberta Party Leader Sue Huff sings Somewhere, Over the Rainbow, I’m not making this up! Below: First ballot leadership vote victor Glenn Taylor.I went to the Alberta Party convention this weekend. I ate the cookie (chocolate chip) an… . . . → Read More: David Climenhaga’s Alberta Diary: This just in: New Alberta Party leader gives speech; old leader sings Over the Rainbow (really!)
Congratulations to Hinton Mayor Glenn Taylor for being selected as the leader of the Alberta Party at this weekend’s convention in Edmonton. Mayor Taylor scored a first round victory with 55% of the vote. Total Votes: Lee Easton : 144 – 12.00% Tammy Maloney: 104 – 8.67% Randy Royer: 287 – 23.92% Glenn Taylor: 665 [...] . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics blog: the alberta party chooses a leader – glenn taylor.
A small crowd of around 80 interested Edmontonians gathered to hear the candidates seeking the leadership of the Alberta Party this week at MacEwan University in downtown Edmonton. It is a low-key contest that will culminate this weekend at a leadership convention at Edmonton’s Shaw Conference Centre. The forum could be described as tame and [...] . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics blog: by design or by default, a low-key alberta party leadership race.