Todd Loewen gives an insider's view into how he believes Kenney's government went off the rails.
Drew Barnes, MLA for Cypress-Medicine Hat and Todd Loewen, MLA for Central Peace-Notley, were both expelled from the UCP caucus last month.
Several Western Standard sources said Gotfried infuriated his colleagues by speaking with insurance industry representatives about Bill 70, introduced to provide Alberta’s health system with civil...
Earlier Friday, Pitt, UCP MLA for Airdrie-East, ripped Kenney, saying his Patio gathering clearly broke COVID-19 regulations.
The association for Central Peace-Notley made the demand late Wednesday night, the same day as the one for Cypress-Medicine Hat told Kenney they want their MLA...
Kenney's office says the gathering followed all the COVID rules.
Barnes was booted out of caucus, along with Todd Loewen following a secret ballot on May 13.
He urged the party to get back to "core conservative values that have served our province well for generations."
Sources say Kenney told his MLAs his plan is “not coercion, just reality.”
MLA Brad Rutherford, who represents the riding of Leduc-Beaumont made the comment at Thursday morning's caucus meeting, sources told the Western Standard.