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The Alberta politician slammed the ex-U.S. vice-president in a video.
PC and Wildrose members voted 95 per cent in favour of creating the United Conservative Party.
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"I was elected as a Progressive Conservative member."
"What a day for Albertans!"
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The parties have been meeting for the last two months to discuss a deal.
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Jason Kenney made the personal the political when he said parents should be notified when a kid joins their school's gay-straight alliance - which, of course, has the effect of outing them. Jason Kenney proposed one rule for gay kids, and an entirely different rule for guys like him. You know, like hypocrites do.
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This process shouldn't be about simply winning the next election and removing Rachel Notley from power. Uniting the two parties needs to be about building a new party that is principled, accountable to grassroots members and the people of Alberta, and focused on improving the lives of everyday Albertans.
In a bizarre and disturbing act of public defiance, Donald Meredith has decided to remain as a senator. He blamed all his shortcomings, his rendezvous with a 16-year-old, the public assessment of his poor record as a senator on racism. That is unfortunate.
He says he has no intention of moving the PC's any further to the right.
He left Kenney's campaign after being suspended from the party for inappropriate tweets.
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The battle to turf Kenney from the Progressive Conservative leadership race is back on.
He was accused of trying to actively undermine the party.
“I create my own script, which is why I am here for 20 years and the others have gone."
The member is volunteering for one of Kenney's leadership rivals.