"It is going to be about stoking the Premier’s ego through his farce of a referendum," said Acting Leader Jacquie Fenske.
The UCP, NDP and Wildrose are locked in a tight three-way race outside of the two big cities
The party will elect a new leader in October.
"Jason Kenney and the Tories are faced with the same political choice that Jim Prentice was: turn right and nip the Wildrose in the bud, or...
The Mainstreet poll puts UCP support lower than Jim Prentice's PCs in 2015.
Approval of Premier Jason Kenney's leadership has plummeted
The UCP is vulnerable on its right flank and the WIP is already taking up that slack.
New polling suggests that Alberta's political landscape may be undergoing a shift.
"Almost ten per cent of Albertans, 172,000, voted for the Alberta Party in the last election and I'm here to represent them and their interests," Fenske...
If the NDP intends to actually contend for power, the logical conclusion is to reach out to the Alberta Party and the remnants of the Liberals...