It’s always shocking when a provincial premier resigns suddenly, but especially when it happens in Alberta – a province known for its political stability. In the 109 years since the wild rose province joined confederation, they have had only 14 premiers. But Alison Redford, just two and a half years after becoming premier stepped down on March 19 due, in no small part, to some outrageous waste of taxpayer dollars. The CTF's Alberta director, Derek Fildebrandt, joined Tax Talk host Jordan Bateman to talk about Redford's legacy.
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