CTV News Calgary Anchor and Executive Editor Tara Nelson moderates as top candidates for the leadership of Alberta discuss the most significant issues facing the province
EDMONTON, March 29, 2019 /CNW/ - In what is expected to be the only leaders' debate during the 2019 Alberta election campaign, a media consortium has partnered to bring voters ALBERTA ELECTION 2019: THE LEADERS DEBATE, Thursday, April 4 from 5:30-7 p.m. MT.
The debate will air live across television and digital platforms on CBC Calgary, CBC Edmonton, CBC News Network, CityNews Calgary, CityNews Edmonton, CTV Calgary, CTV Edmonton, CTV News Channel, Omni TV, and online at Postmedia's CalgaryHerald.com and EdmontonJournal.com. On radio, THE LEADERS DEBATE will be broadcast on 660 News and province-wide on CBC Radio on 99.1FM/1010AM in Calgary and 93.9FM/740AM in Edmonton.
Providing an opportunity for voters to better understand their choices as they prepare to elect Alberta's 30th government, CTV NEWS CALGARY Anchor and Executive Editor Tara Nelson will moderate the 90-minute debate from the CTV Edmonton studio. Confirmed to participate are UCP leader Jason Kenney, Liberal leader David Khan, Alberta Party leader Stephen Mandel and NDP leader Rachel Notley.
THE LEADERS DEBATE is expected to cover the most significant issues facing Alberta, including the provincial economy, pipelines, energy, education, healthcare, the province's relationship with Ottawa, and more. Panelists include CTV Edmonton Anchor Erin Isfeld, CBC Alberta Provincial Affairs Reporter Kim Trynacity, Postmedia Legislature Reporter Emma Graney, and CityNews Reporter Courtney Theriault.
In the lead-up to the debate, voters are encouraged to send their own debate questions to firstname.lastname@example.org.
SOURCE CBC News
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