Election 2017

Jason Kenney (left), Richard Starke and Byron Nelson prepare to debate at Medicine Hat College on Feb. 1. Kenney, Starke or Nelson will be elected leader of the Progressive Conservative Party this weekend in Calgary
Jason Kenney (left), Richard Starke and Byron Nelson prepare to debate at Medicine Hat College on Feb. 1. Kenney, Starke or Nelson will be elected leader of the Progressive Conservative Party this weekend in Calgary CHAT News Today File Photo

Local members say Alberta PC leadership vote will determine party's future

By Charles Lefebvre
March 17, 2017 - 4:36pm Updated: March 17, 2017 - 9:56pm

CALGARY — After nearly one full year of campaigning, the Progressive Conservative Party of Alberta will have a new leader.