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.





Frontier mine represents the next challenge for the Trudeau government
Kenney continues the Alberta tradition of spinning the province’s resource development
Kenney digging in for a labour war
How about a different type of Alberta pipeline?
Kenney on the hotseat over firing of Election Commissioner
Fair deal panel could put Kenney in difficult position
UCP ‘de-indexing’ political capital after first budget
Alberta budget shows little vision for how to diversify economy
For Kenney, the pipeline is not enough
How will Alberta welcome Greta Thunberg on Friday?
Kenney fighting to prevent ‘Frankenstein coalition of Liberals, NDP and Greens’
Alberta’s UCP needs to shift its environmental stance away from denial and hostility
Singh is throwing in the Alberta towel
Will global conflict provide Alberta with a reprieve?
Kenney’s environmental activist inquiry raising eyebrows
Will Kenney implementation MacKinnon’s audacious blueprint to budget balance
Alberta prepares for debt-slaying measures… whether or not it is needed
Kenney tilts blue ribbon panels to achieve desired result
“Fiscal restraint” expected in next Alberta budget
Jason Kenney focused on separating Canada from PM Trudeau
Sustainability of Canadian agriculture becoming a national issue
Calgary should avoid Edmonton’s battleship lesson
Kenney’s attempt to crush opposing views just another strategy pulled from a tired old playbook
Little excitement in Alberta so far for upcoming federal election
Kenney plugs his ears to Opposition
TMX approval will help Alberta now… but not for our future
Kenney receives approval for Alberta-aided First Nations initiative from chiefs
An absence of UCP climate change policies while Alberta burns
Jason Kenney and UCP clouded with controversy
Is Kenney’s war room just a partisan project designed to push the UCP agenda?
Trudeau and Iveson’s partnership in combatting Kenney
Taxpayers will pay for intergovernmental relations conducted in the courtroom
A cabinet of contradictions
Kenney needs to focus on non-energy sectors of Alberta economy
Kenney scrambles to deal with overtime mess
Kenney makes election about human rights and social values
Alberta election shaping up to be a battle royale
Kenny and Trudeau mistep with female voters
Scandal brewing for UCP?
Alberta municipalities may be forced to put brakes on photo radar
With unveiling of several campaign promises, Kenney is now in full election mode
Alberta Party election hopes dealt set-back by Elections Alberta
Orphan wells are becoming an increasing liability for Alberta and the industry
Kenney fails test on carbon tax math
With Throne Speech scheduled, parties prep for Alberta election
Is it time to amalgamate school boards in Alberta?
Passions run high over Bighorn’s future
Oil is sucking the air out of Alberta’s political culture