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Jason Kenney's Victory Speech at the 2017 PC Leadership Convention

 Jason Kenney - March 18th, 2017. 5:30 PM   Thank you very much. Thank you. Ladies and gentlemen. Thank you, friends. Thank you, Katherine. Thank you, Richard, and Byron. Thanks to all of you for sending a message that this party has decided to work with all Albertans to take our province back. Today we have chosen the future. Today we have chosen hope. Today we have chosen unity. Today it's spring time in Alberta. This sends a message to our fellow Albertans who are struggling to those 200,000 Albertans looking for work. We are going to ensure that there is a government on your side. Today this great party has acted with courage and vision to in the words of Ralph Klein to stop arguing about history and instead to make history. You have sent a clear message: today... Read more

Jason Kenney's Second Speech at the 2017 PC Leadership Convention

Jason Kenney - March 18th, 2017. 12:00 PM.    Today feels like spring in Alberta. Today we are beginning the hard work of restoring a hope, for hard working and challenged Albertans. Today we send a message to our fellow citizens: if they are struggling if they are going through a time of adversity, that hope and help is on the horizon. Thank you so much to my dear friend, Rona, one of my very best friends in all my years of public service both politically and personally. I'm so proud to call Rona a friend, but I have a confession to make. I was proud to support Rona - in fact I think help to recruit her - to be the interim leader of our federal party. But I have to say I now regret doing so, because instead... Read more

Jason Kenney's First Speech at the 2017 PC Leadership Convention

Jason Kenney - March 17th, 2017. 6:30 PM.   Thank you. Thank you ladies and gentleman.  Thank you fellow Albertans.  Thank-you, Bianca and happy St. patrick’s day everybody.  I can feel the energy in this room and this energy is going to help us get this province back on track.  In honour of St. Patrick’s Day, let me tell you an Irish tale. In 1912, a poor Irish family left County Kildare Like so many before them, they had little more than a dream.  They crossed an ocean, and then a continent, to begin a new life at a place strangely called Medicine Hat, in the new province of Alberta.  Like most Irish families, it was a matriarchy, headed by a formidable woman named Kate O’Callaghan. (A name as Irish as our formidable President Katherine O’Neill).  Kate’s husband, Kate’s husband... Read more

UPDATE: Unity Discussion Group Announced

EDMONTON, AB (March 24, 2017): Today, Wildrose Leader Brian Jean and PC Party Leader Jason Kenney announced the composition of the unity discussion group, along with a timeline for the group to report back to the memberships of both parties. Read more

Legal Memorandum - Alberta Conservative Consolidation Committee

Attached below is the legal Memorandum from the Alberta Conservative Consolidation Committee on how we should unite conservatives.  Click here for the document. Read more

Statement from Jason Kenney regarding motion to disqualify him from PC Leadership race

“I am disappointed that a special meeting of the PC Party’s Board has been called to consider a motion to disqualify me as a candidate, just days after a similar effort was rejected unanimously by the Leadership Election Committee.  Read more

Telling The Truth

Honesty, respect, and unity.   Read more

Statement from Jason Kenney on the Quebec City Terrorist Attack

We have been shocked to the core to witness the unspeakable murder of six innocent Canadians in Quebec City this week in the deadliest terrorist attack ever to occur on our soil.  Read more

PC MLA Dave Rodney Endorses Jason Kenney For Leader

Calgary, AB — Today PCAA MLA for Calgary-Lougheed & House Leader, Dave Rodney, endorsed Jason Kenney for leader of PC Alberta. Rodney joins 3 other sitting MLAs and more than 50 former MLAs in endorsing Kenney for PC leader. Read more

Jason Kenney Respond's to Trudeau's Oilsands 'Phase Out' Attack

Today, Justin Trudeau said he wants to "phase out" Alberta's oil sands. Let's be clear what he's talking about: The oil sands represent trillions of dollars of future wealth for Canadians. That's our ability to pay for future pensions and healthcare, for infrastructure and education and it also represents hundreds of thousands of good paying jobs for working middle income Canadian families. But, more than that, every expert agrees that global demand for oil and gas is going to continue to grow for decades to come.  Read more

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