The Alberta experiment with authoritarian government - 2019-12-03

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F185.png The Alberta experiment with authoritarian government December 3, 2019, Duncan Cameron, rabble.ca

Now think of Alberta, where Jason Kenney and his United Conservative Party (UCP) generate fear and anger ranting about imagined enemies of Alberta.

In a video, former prime minister Stephen Harper welcomed delegates to the UCP second AGM, running from November 29 to December 1. Harper vilified the outgoing NDP government as having "empowered those who wanted to see this great engine of Canada's economy fail, and capitulated to a Liberal government in Ottawa that put roadblocks against our Alberta economy."

In the hostile world imagined by Harper and Kenney internal enemies include the "Liberal" mayor of Calgary as Kenney calls Naheed Nenshi, as well as NDP opposition leader Rachel Notley.

Wikipedia cite:
{{cite news | author = Duncan Cameron | title = The Alberta experiment with authoritarian government | url = https://rabble.ca/columnists/2019/12/alberta-experiment-authoritarian-government | work = rabble.ca | date = December 3, 2019 | accessdate = December 5, 2019 }}