05.11.2010 10:26 AM

Alberta, I’m comin’ home!

Here is where I’ll be this weekend – in Calgary, then Edmonton.

“Always controversial”?  Me?  I think I’m not terribly interesting, myself.

Bios of the other speakers, here. If you’re in Edmonton this weekend, c’mon by.  I have a few things to get off my chest about Liberalism, generally, and the Liberal Party of Canada, specifically.


  1. matt says:

    Calgary events? And please, please, please give the ALP some good advice about a) having policies, b) having electable policies, c) competing during a campaign, and d) being prepared to compete in a campaign ways both (i) related and (ii) unrelated to a) and b).

  2. Elizabeth says:

    We might make it – we’ll wave.

  3. So you won’t be at the Collingwood Conference? Too bad.

  4. Ronald O'Dowd says:


    Will verbal blast protection be merely optional or shall it be “recommended”?…

    Can’t wait to see what you will have in store for us.

  5. AB GRIT says:

    Please don’t just talk about the federal liberals. We provincial grits want ideas and suggestions as to how “we” can mount a successful campaign here in Alberta so unless your federal anecdotes are relevant, please refrain from mentioning them.

  6. Michael Bussiere says:

    And please, war room or not, don’t forget a good salvo for Mr. Angry. As if you could resist!

  7. Bryan says:

    Fucked Up will be playing Edmonton’s Avenue Theatre on the 14th—can the City of Champions expect to see you there?

  8. James Smith says:

    Makes me nostalgic, Grant is the best Premier Alberta never had.
    Had he been running against Don Getty rather than that Ralph person… neve mind.
    Woulda, coulda, & shoulda – all different words for a reason.

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