Alberta Premier Jason Kenney is in Washington in an effort to convince Capitol Hill lawmakers that his province is their best bet for North American energy security.
Kenney is meeting with journalists Monday in advance of his testimony Tuesday before the Senate Committee on Energy and Natural Resources.
Alberta Energy Minister Sonya Savage and Environment Minister Jason Nixon are part of Kenney’s delegation.
Kenney returns home Wednesday, when he will learn the results of a United Conservative Party vote on whether he should continue as leader and premier.
Just last week, he rejected “unequivocally, period, full stop” the idea of calling an election a full year ahead of schedule in hopes of restoring a measure of party unity and maintaining his grip on power.
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