The Alberta premier’s belligerent and distorted attacks on 'Ottawa,' and his deafness to the climate change concerns that influenced the outcome of the recent election, is winning him no friends in the rest of the country. And Alberta is going to need friends as it manages the inevitable transition to a post-carbon economy.
The major obstacle to Alberta’s future well-being at the moment is not Justin Trudeau. It is Jason Kenney, pictured on May 2, 2019, in the Prime Minister's Office in the West Block. The Hill Times photograph by Andrew Meade
CHELSEA, QUE.—The major obstacle to Alberta’s future well-being at the moment is not Justin Trudeau. It is Jason Kenney.
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