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Alberta conservatives will know by Friday who will draft a unity agreement between the province's Progressive Conservative and Wildrose parties. Official Opposition Leader Brian Jean and newly elected PC Leader Jason Kenney ironed out the first steps in creating a unified political right during a 35-minute meeting Monday in Edmonton's Federal Building. ▶ Full story on calgarysun.com
Progressive Conservative-Wildrose merger proposal expected by April: Jason Kenney
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