Kenney will remain in the job until a new UCP leader is chosen_CP
Alberta Premier Jason Kenney says he will remain in the job until a new United Conservative Party leader is chosen.
This decision came just a day after he announced that he was stepping down for the good of his party.
Earlier yesterday, some of Kenney's caucus critics called for him to step down immediately to help heal divisions wracking the party.
Kenney announced his departure Wednesday night after receiving 51 per cent support in a mail-in ballot of party members.
Opposition N-D-P Leader Rachel Notley says Kenney is now officially a caretaker leader, further delaying crucial work on issues that matter to Albertans, such as health care and long waiting lists in hospitals.
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