Kathy Kerr

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Kathy Kerr is a veteran Alberta journalist who, as a newspaper reporter, editor and now freelancer, has observed the western political scene for more than three decades.





Kenney shouldn’t be shocked by the nasty turn of events in Alberta
Restrictions are necessary but it’s the inconsistencies that are driving Albertans crazy
Voters will eventually grade Kenney’s government on the proposed elementary curriculum
Alberta government struggling to walk and chew gum at the same time
Recall legislation is much ado about nothing
Alberta’s carbon capture is only a partial fix
Kenney creates a second public relations entity to praise Alberta’s oil sands
Alberta Budget: How does starving post secondary institutions fit into any longterm diversification strategy?
UCP is increasingly beleaguered as the edges splinter off its base support
The Alberta government may have admitted its error but it certainly hasn’t fixed the mistake
Kenney reopens the economy with concern the Covid variants will take hold in the province
Keystone pipeline: It’s dead and Kenney must move on for the sake of Alberta
The UCP has lost the trust of the people it would normally appeal to
Kenney has lost his swagger with divisions forming on the right
Jason Kenney’s self-inflicted injury
Kenney and the UCP will have to learn the art of compromise and building consensus