Dec 13, 2019
Which candidate did the United Conservative Party parachute into the Edmonton-Meadows riding for the spring provincial election?
What government bills prompted the NDP to mount filibusters, and how many hours did the longest marathon debate take?
Who bragged about laying pipe during the televised leaders' debate?
Dec 7, 2019
Thank goodness that’s over. Hansard scribes, security guards, clerks, press gallery members and, likely, many others are in for some relief after an intense fall sitting of the 30th legislature ended at about 1:30 a.m. Thursday.
Join reporter Lisa Johnson, managing editor Dave Breakenridge, legislature columnist Keith...
Nov 30, 2019
Cupcake, anyone? We're celebrating an unbelievable 300th episode
of the Press Gallery today, which adds up to at least 6,000 hours
of Alberta politics analysis since this podcast began in 2013.
Profuse thanks to all the listeners who have stuck with us through these whiplash-inducing six years in the legislature...
Nov 23, 2019
It had a benign-sounding name: the Reform of Agencies, Boards and Commissions and Government Enterprises Act.
Among the reforms in this omnibus bill of administrative changes meant to save...
Nov 15, 2019
It may have been constituency week at the legislature, but things didn’t slow down for a moment in politics.
Join legislature columnist Keith Gerein, National Post Alberta correspondent Tyler Dawson, managing editor Dave Breakenridge and host Janet French as they dissect Premier Jason Kenney’s announcement of a...