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Jason Kenney

The Alberta PCs are burning. That’s fine by Jason Kenney.

Despite the drama inflaming the Alberta PCs, Jason Kenney continues to hurtle toward the party leadership—and a potential merger
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Jason Kenney vies to become Ralph Klein, reincarnate

For the first time, Jason Kenney will leave a leader’s side to go to Alberta, where he’ll try to emulate a throwback premier
Alberta Premier and PC party leader Prentice reacts after losing the Alberta election in Calgary

The death of the Alberta PC dynasty

It didn’t happen overnight. Inside the unravelling of the longest-serving provincial regime in the history of Confederation
Alison Redford Resignation

Redford’s red wedding

Exit Alberta’s beleaguered premier
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10 more things you need to know about the Alberta election

NDP leader Brian Mason’s first words on reaching the podium? "The phone booth just doubled!"
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Alberta surprise: what went right for Redford

The PCs carried 61 of 87 seats
NDP Leader Brian Mason , left, Wildrose leader Danielle Smith, Conservative leader Alison Redford, Liberal Leader Raj Sherman.

Alberta election: an appeal to the hold-your-nose vote

The message of a third-party video making the rounds is ’Vote PC, even if you don’t want to’
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Ba-a-a-attle for the Alberta voter

The early days of the Alberta election showcase the Wildrose tacticians at their best
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Mudslinging: Alberta’s latest growth industry

The dearth of attack ads in recent Alberta politics is testimony to its one-party nature