United Conservative Party

What room can Andrew Scheer win, if not this one?

Jason Markusoff: Alberta Conservatives gathered to listen to their federal party leader. They were not very impressed.

Jason Kenney’s Alberta: Open war for business

Alberta voters embraced the UCP’s constant battle posture, but they may soon find it exhausting—and counterproductive

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

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

Live, detailed results for Alberta’s 2019 provincial election

6 things we’ve learned about Jason Kenney and the Alberta UCP

The events of the campaign revealed Kenney’s wonkish side while making it clear that investigations would dog a UCP government from Day One

What Alberta voters should know about Jason Kenney and the UCP

Jen Gerson: The frontrunner’s platform features a few solid ideas, but they’re overshadowed by cynical, ill-advised and improbable ones

Alberta’s NDP gains slightly, but Kenney’s UCP still sits on the brink of majority: Pollara-Maclean’s survey

Rachel Notley holds a slight edge as Albertans’ preferred premier, but the UCP has greater traction on dominant issues like the economy and pipelines

Why women and men see Alberta’s election differently

Jason Markusoff’s Alberta Politics Insider for April 10: One thing the polls tell us, rebuilding the ‘firewall,’ and more

What really happened inside the Alberta UCP’s ‘kamikaze’ campaign

New evidence shows it was backed in part by a quiet $60,000 payment from a corporate entity into the personal account of a staffer

Jason Kenney is reaping what he sowed with Alberta’s social conservatives

Jen Gerson: The UCP leader finds himself in a corner he designed, built and painted, shrugging off the wishes of members he drew to the party in the first place

The battle of Notley the oil-hater vs Kenney the bully

Both Alberta parties are adopting the old Harper Conservative strategy: define the enemy early, define often and define relentlessly

Jason Kenney wooed Alberta’s conservatives. Next, the rest of Alberta.

Throwing red meat to the base is fun, but Kenney’s social conservatism could now be a liability