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Canada UCP closes out AGM with questions from members in 'bearpit' session

04:30  25 october  2020
04:30  25 october  2020 Source:   calgaryherald.com

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The United Conservative Party’s (UCP) annual general meeting wrapped up on Saturday after two weekends’ worth of governance and policy debates with presentations by the premier, his ministers and conservative guests.

Jason Kenney wearing a suit and tie: Premier Jason Kenney, pictured here in a June 17 file photo, said an inquiry into foreign-funded campaigns against Alberta's oilsands will now be delivered next year. © Chris Schwarz/Government of Alberta Premier Jason Kenney, pictured here in a June 17 file photo, said an inquiry into foreign-funded campaigns against Alberta's oilsands will now be delivered next year.

Saturday’s virtual programming included addresses by federal Opposition leader Erin O’Toole and Alberta Justice Minister Kaycee Madu, a panel led by former federal Conservative leader Rona Ambrose and ended with a “bearpit” session during which questions were posed to Alberta’s cabinet.

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Here are some takeaways:

Report into foreign-funded campaigns to defame Alberta energy set to drop next year

Premier Jason Kenney said a report detailing foreign-funded campaigns to besmirch Alberta’s energy sector will be released “some time” next year as pro-oil and gas advocacy is ramped up through the so-called energy “war room.”

The UCP launched a public inquiry into anti-Alberta energy campaigns last year. Steve Allan, a Calgary forensic and restructuring accountant, is leading the inquiry.

A final report was supposed to be submitted by July this year.

An extension was granted until the end of this month but appears to be extended once again.

Kenney, in response to a question about minimizing the negative impact of non-governmental organizations and foreign actors in swaying public opinion, said this report will show who’s behind these efforts, their impact and what groups they are supporting.

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“We will be passing legislation next year to get big money out of Alberta politics, in part by making it illegal for foreign interest to contribute to so-called political action committees, or third-party expenditures,” he added.

The premier also said they are lobbying the federal government to police charities from engaging in “full-on” political activity.

“The most effective thing we can do is just to plow through the resistance, which is partly why we created the Canadian Energy Centre (CEC),” said Kenney, adding that tens of millions of foreign dollars have been used to escalate anti-energy action and sentiment.

“We absolutely must fight back.”

He announced last week that efforts from the CEC will “ramp up” in coming months.

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Kenney said the relationship between Alberta and the federal government is about “strategically timing things to make progress” even though they disagree on many actions.

“I know a lot of people in the party and in the province get frustrated that we are not going 10 out of 10 in a belligerent approach with Ottawa on every issue, every day,” said Kenney.

“But the reality is while there are some issues where we have disagreements and it’s going to be a combative relationship, there are other issues where we actually are aligned. Trans Mountain is one of those.”

He said their strategy is to “find points of leverage” to ensure the Liberals remain committed, for example, to seeing the Trans Mountain Pipeline through to completion “even against a potential wave of civil disobedience.”

Erin O’Toole says Liberals responsible for rise in Wexit sentiment

O’Toole, who was recently elected as the new leader of the Conservative Party of Canada, says the federal Liberal government has resulted in the rise of Alberta and Quebec separatist sentiment.

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O’Toole said, during his Saturday address at the UCP AGM, that the creation and growth of the Wexit movement and resurgence of Bloc Quebecois, a federal party devoted to Quebec sovereignty, is linked to “out-of-touch leadership” by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.

“Five years ago, we had a prime minister from Calgary. The Bloc Quebecois, the separatist party from Quebec was down to a couple of seats and didn’t matter. Five years ago, if you say the word Wexit people would have looked at you funny,” he said via Zoom from Ottawa.

“Today, the Bloc Quebecois is back in force as the third party in the House of Commons. They have more seats than the NDP and there are more people signed up for a Wexit newsletter than there are members of the Liberal Party of Canada.”

Wexit is a movement that promotes Alberta separatism. It gained momentum in the aftermath of the last federal election.

Experts have weighed in, calling it an “empty threat.” <

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