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Given the uproar over an article widely perceived as expressing racist sentiments by Alberta Premier Jason Kenney’s speechwriter, it will be interesting to see how the Conservative Party of nada reacts to the fact Paul Bunner is also chief executive of its Edmonton Strathcona constituency association.
As of the close of business Friday, Elections nada’s registered association database continued to show Mr. Bunner as CEO of the federal party’s association in the progressive-leaning Edmonton Strathcona federal riding.
That is bound to raise the same questions for the federal Conservatives as Mr. Kenney and his United Conservative Party have faced since Mr. Bunner’s 2013 article resurfaced earlier this week.
This n’t be good news for the federal party since Edmonton Strathcona, represented by New Democrat Heather McPherson, is the only riding in Alberta that didn’t elect a Conservative MP in last year’s federal election.
They would very much like the clean sweep of Alberta they expected last time to actually happen in the next federal election. Doubtless Mr. Bunner’s speechwriting talents will be in demand to boost the CPC’s ndidate in the riding, investment banker and former journalist Rick Peterson, an advote of a Texas-style regime of zero income taxes for big business.
Despite lls by NDP Opposition Leader Rachel Notley and many others for Mr. Bunner to be fired, Mr. Kenney was clearly disinclined to do anything more than mildly say…