The Friday night bombshell that hit Stephen Mandel and the Alberta Party, the likelihood of Premier Rachel Notley tabling a budget before calling the 2019 election and how much influence the anti-abortion group the Wilberforce Project actually has over United Conservative Party nominations. These are just a few of the hot topics Dave Cournoyer discussed with special guests Natalie Pon and David Climenhaga in this episode of the Daveberta Podcast.
They also delved into the latest candidate nomination news, including recent UCP votes in Calgary-North and Lethbridge-East, former CBC reporter John Archer’s candidacy in Edmonton-South West, and whether we are ever going to find out the true identity of the mystery UCP candidate in Red Deer-South. They also opened the mailbag to answer some of the questions you have sent us over the past few weeks.
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- Political Campaigns for Newbies on March 9, 2019, event hosted by ParityYeg
- Nerd Nite 47: Our past and present futures, event on February 18, 2019
- ‘Unfair’ and ‘unreasonable’: Alberta Party Leader Stephen Mandel responds to 5-year ban, by Jordan Omstead (CBC, February 9, 2019)
- Would Alberta look different today if Prentice had won the 2015 election?, by Graham Thomson (CBC, February 8, 2019)
- Anti-Abortion Groups claim a major triumph in UCP nominations, by Don Braid (February 8, 2019)
- PMO pressed Wilson-Raybould to abandon prosecution of SNC-Lavalin; Trudeau denies his office ‘directed’ her (Globe & Mail, February 7, 2019)
- Can politicians really take credit for creating jobs?, This American Life (May 13, 2011)