Jim Prentice

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney updates media on measures taken to help with COVID-19, in Edmonton on Mar. 20, 2020. (Jason Franson/CP)

What Jason Kenney can glean from past premiers on saving Alberta’s economy

Scott Payne: From Ed Stelmach to Rachel Notley, Alberta’s premiers have attempted to address our over-reliance on oil and gas and the impact it has on the province’s economic health only to find themselves rebuffed

How to make Canada an energy superpower

Before a plane crash took his life, Jim Prentice co-authored a book arguing energy, First Nations and climate-change policies could be reconciled

Maclean’s on the Hill: Canadian politics mourns Jim Prentice

Your weekly podcast debrief on all things #cdnpoli

Jim Prentice, the politician who wasn’t there for politics

‘He knew what team he played for, but I always got the feeling he had the bigger picture in mind’

Former Alberta premier Jim Prentice dead in plane crash

Sources say the twin-engine business jet went down on Thursday night, not far from Kelowna, B.C.

Stephen Harper’s last heroes take aim at provincial power

A trio of former Tory backbenchers are plotting to make a few provinces conservative again. First up? Manitoba’s Brian Pallister.

By-election voters don’t ride Notley’s orange wave

Calgary voters had a rare opportunity to say something to a four-month-old government, and they said whoa.

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

Why the Orange Revolution is not about Rachel Notley

Mythologizing the Alberta NDP leader is inevitable, but this election was all about sending a message to the Conservatives

Should we trust the Alberta PCs on energy policy?

What the Prentice Plan would mean for Alberta’s energy resources, for refining in Alberta, for greenhouse gas policy, and for savings

Stephen Harper’s political children? They’re all grown up.

The prime minister’s political tree is bearing fruit: The post-Harper generation of Conservative leaders is already here.

Paul Wells in Alberta: Could Jim Prentice actually lose?

It was supposed to be a coronation in Alberta. Paul Wells on how Jim Prentice got here, and whether he can prove the polls wrong