Alberta Tories to elect leader in March 2017
Leadership race will officially launch Oct. 1 in Lethbridge with debates planned across Alberta.
The next leader of the Alberta Progressive Conservative party wll be elected March 18, 2017 in Calgary, according to a tweet by party president Katherine O'Neill.
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The leadership race will officially launch Oct. 1 in Lethbridge with debates planned across Alberta.
The next leader of Alberta's Progressive Conservative party will be chosen through a delegated convention.
Interest in the race heated up over the last number of days after news former federal cabinet minister Jason Kenney is considering a run in a bid to "unite the right" in Alberta.
Next <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/pcaa?src=hash">#pcaa</a> leader will be elected March 18 in <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/yyc?src=hash">#yyc</a>. Race officially launches Oct. 1 in Lethbridge w/ debates planned across Alberta. <a href="https://twitter.com/hashtag/ableg?src=hash">#ableg</a>—@katherineoneill