As the date to the Green Party of Alberta AGM draws near, I am reflecting on all of the exciting work the GPA has done over the last year. I am also proud and eager to share my contributions to the party. My first event that I helped facilitate was the 2016 Pride Parade. Having a lot of fun supporting members of the LGBT community, I was eager to dive into engaging with the public on behalf of the party. Seeing that there was a lot more work with engaging the public, I pursu
Calgary's 2017 election was a relative change of pace when compared to last election, or even the tame 2017 Edmonton election. With mishandled funds, "race cards", and theoretical billions being spent on arenas and transit, Calgary's election did not stray from becoming tense. In my opinion, polls are becoming increasingly more irrelevant, and thus political junkies had to scope public perception to yield hints for Monday night's results. Although Nenshi's reputation coasted
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