Is Jason Kenney becoming an albatross for Scheer and the Conservatives? - 2019-11-18

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F94.png Is Jason Kenney becoming an albatross for Scheer and the Conservatives? November 18, 2019, Gillian Steward, Opinion, Toronto Star

He surely doesn't need Alberta Premier Jason Kenney making his life — and the probability of turning Conservative fortunes around in Ontario and Quebec — any harder.

But that is exactly what Kenney is doing with his frantic push to position Alberta as an angry, demanding teenager whose threats to run away from home get louder by the day.

Why would more voters in central Canada decide to support Scheer and the Conservatives when Kenney, one of the party's prominent premiers and surely the party's alpha male, seems dead set on weakening Alberta's ties to the federal government in order to humiliate Justin Trudeau no matter the consequences to the rest of the country?

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{{cite news | first = Gillian | last = Steward | title = Is Jason Kenney becoming an albatross for Scheer and the Conservatives? | url = https://www.thestar.com/opinion/contributors/2019/11/18/is-jason-kenney-becoming-an-albatross-for-scheer-and-the-conservatives.html | work = Opinion | publisher = Toronto Star | date = November 18, 2019 | accessdate = November 19, 2019 }}