Over the past decade, Wildrose has become the beating heart of the conservative movement in Alberta.
Our strong grassroots members and supporters have propelled us through good times and bad, and today, we’re stronger than ever before.
The Government of Alberta says it is providing the Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada (ATAC) with $100,000 to establish a provincial Indigenous tourism organization and grow tourism-related businesses across the province.
The United Conservative Party is the new name under which the Wildrose and PC parties will merge. Wildrose Leader Brian Jean and PC Leader Jason Kenney signed what they see as an historic agreement in principle (AIP) establishing the process to unify both parties into the United Conservative Party.
After providing feedback on the current K-12 provincial curriculum, Albertans are once again being asked to provide feedback on what students will learn as part of the government’s second curriculum survey.
The Wildrose are hoping to make photo radar an election issue in this fall's municipal elections.
Using recent frustrations with photo radar, including the call by Edmonton’s Chief of Police to increase the speed limit on the Anthony Henday, the Wildrose called on the NDP government Thursday to produce a report on the use of photo radar for speeding by municipalities across the province to determine where it is being used fairly.
The Government of Albert has given Edmonton’s Concrete Theatre Society an $80,000 grant from Status of Women, allowing them to stage a made-in-Alberta play on sexual consent and tour it for 65 performances, reaching up to 22,750 students in large and small communities.