"I believe that we are in a spot right now where Albertans no longer trust the premier, and therefore our government," said Pitt.
"They were upset that I had spoken out. Unfortunately, I was not surprised by what they did," Mullan said.
The no-confidence motion was never tabled.
Sources tell the Western Standard that George Canyon will run for the presidency of the party in order to trigger an earlier leadership review.
When asked at a Tuesday press conference by the Toronto Star about the Mullan letter, Kenney responded there has been opposition to his health care policy...
The Kenney government has been under withering attack for its handling of the pandemic, with hospital ICUs close to overflowing and the province reporting huge numbers...
Mullan said one of the glaring examples of a Kenney misstep was when he said the "province was open for good, swear to God."
"It was unanimous."