Redford responded with a simple "no" when CBC News asked her during an exclusive interview whether she feels responsible for the Tories losing last spring's election.
Redford said she believes that Albertans wanted change and that they felt the best way to get it was to switch governing parties.
She also told the CBC that she finds it interesting that voters in the province have elected women in the last two elections and that it was a "surprising step" when PC leader Jim Prentice stepped down from his seat the night the Tories lost.
Spending scandals and caucus concerns about her leadership style forced Redford to resign as premier in March 2014 after 2 1/2 years in the job.
She gave up her Calgary seat about five months later and told CBC during the interview that she no longer has any ties to the Tory party — or any party.
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