Premier Kenney Must Hold Cabinet Members to Account

Minister Madu’s disingenuously partisan comments spread division and anger when unity and hope is most needed. The Alberta Party calls on the Premier to remove the Minister from his cabinet post. 

In the News: Lethbridge Herald

Acting Leader Jacquie Fenske spoke virtually to the SACPA about the need for more voices in Alberta politics. The Lethbridge Herald covered the event including participating in the Q & A session.


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Watch Jacquie’s speech below.

Presentation: Todd Hirsch ATB - Five Truths to Unlearn

On May 4th Todd Hirsch, ATB Chief Economist, joined members and supporters from around the province to talk about Alberta's economy post pandemic.  This interesting talk featured 5 'truths' that he proposed needed to change going forward.  Those in attendance had the opportunity to ask many questions which provided a lot of context and helpful information.

The Alberta Party hosts frequent sessions with experts to learn about opportunities for Albertans to propose realistic and forward thinking policies.

Watch the session below. If you would like to attend one of our sessions please check here for the next one.  


Watch Acting Leader Jacquie Fenske Speak to the Southern Alberta Council on Public Affairs

On May 6th at 10 a.m. watch Acting Leader Jacquie Fenske speak to the Southern Alberta Council on Public Affairs. You can watch her speech here.

Jacquie's speech titled "The Need for More Voices in the Public Sphere for Albertans" outlines the need for choice in Alberta politics, what doing politics differently really means, grassroots politics, and the state of the Alberta Party.

Shadow Minister Response to Strategy on Higher Education Release

Alberta Party Shadow Minister for Advanced Education Myles Chykerda issued the following statement on the Alberta 2030 strategy to transform higher education, released April 29, 2021:

“The UCP’s strategies for Alberta’s post-secondary system continue to rely on the spurious conclusions of the MacKinnon Report. That document, based itself on select data, only described some elements of Alberta post-secondary education. There was no attempt to discover the reasons behind why our system is the way it is.


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