Episode 24: Oil, Pipelines and Alberta’s next election.

The First Minister’s Meeting, oil prices, and Premier Rachel Notley’s performance on the national stage are where we started the discussion in this episode. Dave and Ryan also delved into the latest nomination news and what 2019 holds for Alberta politics, including when the next provincial and federal elections could be called.

We also discuss our choices for the Daveberta Best of Alberta Politics 2018 Survey. Submissions will close on December 12, 2018 at 12:00pm and the top three choices in each category will be included in a round of voting starting on December 13, 2018. Voting will be open until December 19 and the winners will be announced on December 20, 2018.

The Daveberta Podcast is a member of the Alberta Podcast Network powered by ATB Financial.

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Thanks to everyone who sent us questions for this episode. We had so many great questions that we have recorded a special episode dedicated to answering your questions that will be published for your listening pleasure on December 24, 2018.

And a huge thanks to our producer, Adam Rozenhart, who keeps us on track and makes each episode of the Daveberta Podcast sound so great.

Thank you for listening!

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1 thought on “Episode 24: Oil, Pipelines and Alberta’s next election.

  1. Jerrymacgp

    There’s a piece of internet jargon that goes, “tl:dr”, which means “too long: didn’t read”. I’m afraid your past two podcasts can best be characterized as “tl:dl”, for “too long: didn’t listen”. I had been enjoying your pods since they first started, but I usually listen to pods in the car during my morning commute to work, and again heading home in the afternoon; but living in Grande Prairie, my commute is only about 10-12 minutes long, and so I can’t find time to listen to a roughly 90-minute podcast. I normally listen to a few other political pods, but they are very much shorter than yours have become.

    Too bad, really… you are both very much in the know on Alberta politics.

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