Jason Kenney’s squeaky-clean power scheme

The story he’d like you to forget.

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Editor's note: We'd originally planned to run this cartoon the week of March 13. Then COVID-19 turned the world upside down. But as the Kenney government turns its back on everyone from doctors to educational assistants, in the middle of a global pandemic, we figured that now's as good a time as any to remind Albertans of how Kenney came to power in the first place. Plus, as CBC's Charles Rusnell reported this week, the RCMP is still investigating the UCP. Enjoy!

—Jeremy Klaszus, editor

Eric Dyck is a cartoonist and educator in Lethbridge, Alberta. He has shared his love of cartoons and comic storytelling in art galleries, museums, schools, and libraries all over Canada. Eric also writes and draws the non-fiction comic strip, Slaughterhouse Slough.



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