Jason Kenney makes it official with fresh-faced extras and unattributed tribute to the Nixon Era

PHOTOS: A screen grab from yesterday’s video feed of Jason Kenney announcing his candidacy for the leadership of the Alberta Progressive Conservative Party in Calgary. Immediately behind him

Eleven grinding weeks and this federal election comes down to a science question: momentum, or inertia?

PHOTOS: Federal NDP Leader Thomas Mulcair on stage in Edmonton Friday night (photo by Olav Rokne). The red signs say “Stop Harper.” Perhaps at this hour they should

Get ready to welcome Danielle Smith to Alberta’s blogging elite!

PHOTOS: Danielle Smith gets to work as a member of Alberta’s blogging elite, a group of people really on the move. Actual unenthusiastic Alberta political figures with word-processing

Unite-the-left pot starts to boil in Alberta, whether progressive parties like it or not

PHOTOS: Edmonton-Centre Liberal MLA Laurie Blakeman holds up a mirror to the Progressive Conservative Party’s cracked austerity policies at a recent demonstration. Yesterday she announced she’d be running

Big by-election in Fort McMurray? Never mind that! As goes Macleod, so goes Alberta…

If the good people of Fort McMurray climb out of bed this morning and decide to elect a Liberal to represent them in Parliament, there will be shock,

Rob Anders loses by a nose in Signal Hill as Cowtown Cons make the best of a bad choice

There was blood in the water of the Bow River as it flowed through Cowtown last night. After a while, it became clear the metaphorical blood had been shed

Good advice for Alberta New Democrats from Quebec: this time, make it easy for voters to support you

OTTAWA Here’s a tip for Alberta New Democrats from one of the principal architects of Jack Layton’s historic 2011 Quebec campaign: don’t tell voters they’re stupid because they’ve been