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What does the renewal of the national Equalization formula mean for Alberta? What should Rachel Notley and Jason Kenney be doing this summer? What do we think about the New Democratic Party’s latest attack ad? And how should election candidates be using social media in 2019? These are a few of the topics that Dave Cournoyer and Ryan Hastman discuss in this episode of the Daveberta Podcast.
We also talk about the latest Alberta candidate nomination news, including Angela Pitt fending off a challenge from former Sportsnet Calgary Flames commentator Roger Millions in Airdrie-East.
The Daveberta Podcast is a member of the Alberta Podcast Network powered by ATB Financial. The network includes more than 30 podcasts, including the always great Don’t Call Me A Guru podcast.
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3 replies on “Episode 14: Alberta Equalization, NDP Attack Ads, and Social Media Advice for Candidates”
The Quebec NDP actually broke away from the federal party in the 1960s. They were taken over by separatists then disbanded. That’s why Quebec is the only province where you can join the federal NDP directly.
More blog entries, less podcasts, please.
Thanks for the feedback. I’ll be doing both.