In this episode of the Daveberta Podcast, Dave Cournoyer and Ryan Hastman discuss the latest news in Alberta politics, including Premier Rachel Notley’s response to the quashing of approval of the Trans Mountain Pipeline, how rumours of an early federal election could impact Alberta’s 2019 election, and Ryan’s favourite topic, the Alberta Party.
We discussed some of the latest candidate nomination news , including the Calgary-Fish Creek UCP Islamophobia controversy and upcoming contests in Bonnyville-Cold Lake-St. Paul, Edmonton-Glenora, Calgary-Elbow, and Edmonton-McClung. We also respond some of the great questions you sent us, including about the Calgary 2026 Olympic bid and thoughts on Notley’s pipeline speech at Calgary Pride.
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- To Restore Civil Society, Start with the Library, by Eric Klinenberg (New York Times, September 8, 2018)
- Early federal election rumours build, by Robin Sears (Toronto Star, September 9, 2018)
- So you want to be a candidate in Jason Kenney’s UCP? video by Edmonton-Castle Downs NDP MLA Nicole Goehring (Twitter)
- The Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion isn’t dead. But delays will be costly, by Trevor Tombe (Macleans, August 30, 2018)
- Rachel Notley’s televised response to the quashing of the Trans Mountain Pipeline expansion (Facebook, August 30, 2018)