Tags : election

Breaking down Premier Smith’s address

Our legislative reporter and the Alberta correspondent with the National Post, Tyler Dawson, says when it comes to a break at the pumps that Premier Smith says is coming for Albertans, it may be long term. Mr. Dawson will also discuss how the Alberta Sovereignty Act will be Premier Smith’s first order of business when […]Read More

Lawyer kicked out of public inquiry

Brendan Miller is a lawyer representing some of the protesters from last February’s Freedom Convoy in Ottawa. He was temporarily kicked out of the public inquiry into the Emergencies Act. Political reporter, Brian Lilley, has the details in this interview with BCN’s Hal Roberts.Read More

Political reporter discusses UCP leadership front runners

Political reporter and the Alberta correspondent with the National Post, Tyler Dawson, discusses who the front runners are in the UCP leadership race. The party will choose Alberta’s new premier in October. Dawson also talks to BCN’s Hal Roberts about the alleged bullying and disrespect volunteers with the provincial NDP have been receiving. He explains […]Read More

Will the UCP win the next election in 2023?

Now that the year 2022 has arrived that means next year we will have a provincial election in Alberta. There are a number of people who believe it will be a real struggle for Jason Kenney and the UCP to be re-elected but there are others who say the last thing Alberta needs is another […]Read More

Ottawa Year in Review

Political reporter Brian Lilley discusses some of the biggest stories from Parliament Hill in 2021 including the COVID-19 pandemic, the federal election and inflation.Read More

Craig Whitehead vying for Public School Trustee position

Craig Whitehead has decided to throw his hat into the ring to become a Public School Trustee. Whitehead has worked for the Livingstone Range School Division for close to 25 years. He also spent time working for the Palliser School Division for around three years. Whitehead says he would implement accountability, communication, and transparency should […]Read More

Jack Van Rijn looking for Coaldale mayoral seat

Jack Van Rijn has declared his intentions to run for mayor in the Town of Coaldale. He was a councillor for the town for four years, and he says transparency and public input are essential to town decision making. “I’m really going to work towards bringing more communication, transparency, and accountability between residents and the […]Read More

Lethbridge MP says timing of federal election is suspect

Many believe that Prime Minister Justin Trudeau will ask the governor general to dissolve Parliament on Sunday and call for a September 20th election. Lethbridge MP Rachael Harder says the timing of the writ being dropped could be better. She explains why in this interview with BCN’s Hal RobertsRead More