Finding the Signal: Alberta’s Political Landscape

  • April 26, 2014
  • 4:30 pm
  • University of Calgary Downtown Campus Event Centre
Don Braid

“You can always tell a federal politician doesn’t get Alberta when he gives the same talk in Calgary and Edmonton.”
—Preston Manning

With recent stories north and south of the Battle River, and with Alison Redford’s sudden departure, what is signal and what is noise in the current state of Alberta politics?

Join moderator, the Calgary Herald’s Don Braid, the University of Calgary’s Courtney McVie, the Alberta Party’s Greg Clark and Chair of the Department of Policy Studies at Mount Royal University, Duane Bratt.

  • General admission: $15
  • Students (with valid ID): $10



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