Stephen Maher on how the once serious Harper-era star became a provincial politician pitching an unserious referendum in Alberta The post What happened to Jason Kenney? appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Jason Kenney was elected leader of the United Conservative Party by a wide margin.
Throwing red meat to the base is fun, but Kenney's social conservatism could now be a liability The post Jason Kenney wooed Alberta’s conservatives. Next, the rest of Alberta. appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Jason Kenney's at it again, arguing that public taxpayers which include many who don't agree with retrograde Catholic beliefs, should have their tax dollars finance lessons that teach that LGBT people are "disordered." Kenney even has...Show More Summary
'This is a rare opportunity to elect a pro-lifer to a position where they will almost certainly become Premier of Alberta.'
The would-be leaders of Alberta's new conservative party envision a province preoccupied with its own interests, powers and identity. Where could they have gotten an idea like that? The post For Jason Kenney and Brian Jean, it’s Alberta versus the world appeared first on Macleans.ca.
A vote to merge will formally kick off the race to lead Alberta's United Conservative Party. That's where things get weird. The post Jason Kenney, Brian Jean and the war to define Alberta conservatism appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Here. Key quotage: None of the Conservatives who leapt on Trudeau’s gaffe — Jason Kenney, Brian Jean, Michelle Rempel, et al. — were nearly as outraged as they claimed to be. They were, as politicians do, taking political advantage of a rival politicians’ slip. It was a mistake, to be sure. But not a career-ending […]
Both Jason Kenney and Brian Jean are eager to challenge each other to be the dismantler-in-chief of the Alberta NDP government The post Now the fight to lead Alberta’s united right begins appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Critics are blasting Progressive Conservative leader Jason Kenney because he favors parental rights in Alberta schools.
Education Minister David Eggen's directive conflicts with PC leader Jason Kenney's support for parental notification.
David Eggen bashed Progressive Conservative Jason Kenney an 'extremist' for defending parental rights.
That’s the question k. d. lang asked Jason Kenney: You're gay aren't you? @jkenney — k.d. lang (@kdlang) March 29, 2017 She asked it because Kenney had proposed outing Alberta kids. That’s right, kids. Just one of the fiery responses that elicited – plus background – is here. Is the newly-selected Alberta PC leader gay? I […]
I don’t know how many mainstream news outlets covered it, but I wanted to note that Alykhan Velshi – the Conservative genius who worked for both Stephen Harper and Jason Kenney on their party’s (now apparently discarded) efforts to reach out to minority communities – has been named Ontario PC leader Patrick Brown’s Chief of Staff. It […]
Wildrose Leader Brian Jean and Alberta PC Leader Jason Kenney will work to unity agreement over next six weeks The post Leaders of Alberta’s main conservative parties talk merger appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Kenney has a 'perfect voting record' on life and family issues.
Kenney says he will not run for seat in legislature in near future, will focus on working on plan to merge with Wildrose The post Jason Kenney begins work to unite the right in Alberta appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Jason Kenney takes hold of the Progressive Conservatives. Next on his to-do list: merge with another party. The post Kenney’s won the Tory crown. Now he needs to keep winning. appeared first on Macleans.ca.
PC party members vote Saturday in delegated convention to pick a leader to replace former party leader and premier Jim Prentice The post Jason Kenney confident heading into PC leadership vote appeared first on Macleans.ca.
Jason Kenney says the Obama administration rebuffed his plea in 2010 to renegotiate the safe third-country agreement The post A tougher refugee border pact? America said no appeared first on Macleans.ca.