Alberta’s United Conservative Party (UCP) appears to have scrubbed the details of their promised recall legislation from their website.. The issue of recall legislation – promised by the UCP before and after the 2019 election – has come back into the limelight again with voters angry about nine – and counting – UCP ministers, MLAs and senior staffers who jetted out of Alberta to …
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04-05-2018 · The United Conservative Party will hold its founding convention this weekend , May 4-6. Here’s a timeline of Alberta’s conservative schism and how it reunited.
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12-04-2021 · In elections, we overwhelmingly choose conservative options on the ballot. The thing is, we are loyal to conservative principles, not parties. Party brand and history means nothing to us.
Ucp Conservative Party Of Canada Election Calgary Wildrose Alliance Party 22-07-2017 · In separate votes, members of the Wildrose party and the Progressive Conservatives voted in a landslide to merge into the new United Conservative Party.
12-12-2019 · Canada’s Conservative Party have failed to unseat Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and his Liberal Party, despite hard questions about his record in government.
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21-09-2021 · In Monday’s election, the NDP siphoned 19 per cent of votes, the Liberals 15.2 per cent, and the People’s Party of Canada (PPC) 7.5 per cent. The mishandling of the pandemic by the provincial United Conservative Party (UCP) may have caused Albertans to turn away from the federal Tories, said Melanee Thomas, a political scientist with the University of Calgary.