Kenney More Confident in His Leadership Following United Conservative Party Meeting-The Canadian Press

Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he is more confident in his leadership after a three-day annual general meeting of the United Conservative Party than he has felt in a “very long time.” The premier, who has been facing rising discontent from his party, caucus, and the public, told reporters Sunday that the weekend event far exceeded his best expectations. Kenney says he met with hundreds of delegates from across Alberta and only one person had something negative to say about COVID-19 vaccine promotion. The premier says there was a spirit of positivity in the halls of the conference centre in Calgary with attendees focusing on the economic progress of the province. There was a muted tension during the annual general meeting with supporters and critics of Kenney’s leadership making rounds in the event centre’s lobby. Kenney says there have been internal divisions on how the government should address the COVID-19 … Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he is more confident in his leadership after a three-day annual general meeting of the United Conservative Party than he has felt in a “very long time.” The premier, who has been facing rising discontent from his party, caucus, and the public, told reporters Sunday that the weekend event far

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