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Alberta's first NDP government: Successes, failures and contradictions

In this conversation Joel French, executive director of the non-partisan advocacy group Public Interest Alberta, discusses Premier Rachel Notley's realpolitik approach to Kinder Morgan, considers levels of enthusiasm for federal NDP leadership candidates in the province and reflects on the successes, failures and contradictions of Alberta's first NDP government.

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This is part two of Unpacking the News' interview with Joel French. In Part I, they examined the right-wing austerity agenda of UCP leadership candidate Brian Jean.

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