Alberta’s United Conservative Party says it is applying for the federal wage subsidy program during the COVID-19 pandemic while the Opposition NDP says it
A former executive director of the Conservative Party of Canada has been hired to serve in the same capacity for the United Conservative Party
Alberta’s ethics commissioner has rejected Opposition accusations that Premier Jason Kenney and his United Conservative caucus broke the rules when they fired the election
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Alberta’s governing United Conservative Party ended 2019 with a $2.3-million deficit and net liabilities of $1.1 million, according to year-end financial statements posted by Elections Alberta.
Alberta’s NDP caucus is calling on Premier Jason Kenney and his government to scrap any potential plans to lay off nurses as the province
Unions in Alberta are hoping to ramp up the pressure on the UCP government with the launch of a website called “Not What I
For about 50 per cent of Calgarians, opening the most recent electricity bill was an unpleasant surprise. Rates have shot up about 19 per cent.
One in five Albertans who voted for the United Conservative Party in the spring election have developed a case of buyer’s remorse, a new
Alberta’s ethics and conflict of interest commissioner is being asked to investigate the vote to fire elections commissioner Lorne Gibson and the appointment of