In the summertime of 2019, newly elected Alberta Premier Jason Kenney stated he was decided to blow the lid off of what he known as a “shadowy,” foreign-funded marketing campaign to crush Alberta’s oil and gasoline business. He talked about Russia, OPEC and the Rockefeller Basis as presumably taking part in a job. And he introduced an inquiry to unravel it.
However three delays and $3.5 million later, proof of a shady worldwide marketing campaign has but to materialize. And the still-ongoing inquiry has been mired in allegations of cronyism, local weather denialism and conspiracy theories.
Jennie Russell and Charles Rusnell — investigative reporters with CBC Edmonton — be a part of us to clarify how the inquiry into “anti-Alberta power campaigns” began and the way it’s going.