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Kenney holds a COVID-19 briefing in Edmonton on March 20, 2020 (CP/Jason Franson)

338Canada: A major warning sign for Jason Kenney’s UCP

Philippe J. Fournier: New numbers confirm the UCP is bleeding support and the NDP is on the rise. The latest projection shows an election would be too close to call.

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

Jason Kenney’s Facebook-era McCarthyism

Chris Turner: Alberta’s economy is in turmoil, and Kenney’s cabinet spends its time waging a war against those who were allegedly disloyal to Alberta’s oil and gas sector

Jason Kenney slashed the budget—hey, Trudeau made him do it!

Will post-election anger distract Albertans from their provincial government’s deep spending cuts?

Why does Canada now have no women premiers? Because it’s 2019

Anne Kingston: The Trudeau government could have paved the way to more women in office had it honoured its election promise to reform the electoral system

Why Jason Kenney’s workaholic style may not work when he’s premier

Jason Markusoff’s Alberta Politics Insider for April 18: Dying on every hill, Kenney’s one-man Department of Micromanagement, and more

Alberta’s election, and the ugly politics in store for Canada

Jen Gerson: A vacuous, exhausting, divisive campaign where casting your opponents as bigots wasn’t enough to win.

Jason Kenney and the UCP sweep to majority in Alberta election

Voters overlook ethical concerns about Kenney’s leadership run—and toxic remarks by his candidates—on belief he can turn around the province’s flagging economy

It’s decision time in Alberta

Jason Markusoff’s Alberta Politics Newsletter for April 16: Doubting polls, the remote-ballot X-factor, and more

Alberta election 2019: Live results and riding-by-riding vote counts

Live, detailed results for Alberta’s 2019 provincial election

A new vote projection points to a solid UCP majority in Alberta

Data compiled for Maclean’s by 338Canada.com suggests the UCP could win 58 seats despite the NDP picking up support in the last two weeks

6 things we’ve learned about Rachel Notley and the Alberta NDP

The campaign revealed that Notley is not above using the politics of fear—and that her party would be lost without her