Still no action on White’s Road caribou crossing signs
Blaine Gillam, the Corner Brook man who had a close call with a caribou on White’s Road (Route 460), is upset signs have still not been placed in the area.
CALGRY, Alta. — Alberta's Progressive Conservative board of directors will meet with leader Jason Kenney today to map out a plan to work out a merger with the Wildrose party.
Party president Katherine O'Neill says there is a lot of work to do and very little time to do it.
Kenney won the party leadership Saturday, capturing 75 per cent of delegate votes, on a plan to dissolve the PCs.
Under Alberta rules, parties can't merge but must close up shop and surrender assets.
Kenney says a merger is critical to avoid fatal vote splitting among small-c conservatives in the 2019 election.
Kenney says he wants a merger vote with no pre-conditions, but Wildrose Leader Brian Jean says any talk of union will be done under Wildrose rules and governing framework.
The Canadian Press