The Wildrose Independence Party of Alberta is now Official

Under a banner of unity, “Today’s merger is a clear indication that we’ve passed the tipping point with this movement,” says Flett. “After 105 years, Albertans finally have a voice with the Wildrose Independence Party of Alberta. Change is coming and every Albertans will be so much better for it.” According to sources from within party ranks, over 75 per cent of FCP membership and 96.1 per cent from Wexit supported the merger.

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Bell: It’s Alberta Independence or Bust

As it turns out, premier Kenney is married.  He’s married to the politics of a small band of elites that believe they know best how to control the lives of the masses. They call themselves “patriots, ” yet, fail to defend and exercise provincial/federal powers as defined in sections 91 and 92 of the Constitution?  

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