A non-profit group is making a stop in St. Paul on Wednesday with a message you don’t usually hear in politics anymore, “lets meet in the middle.”
Alberta Together is an organization looking to bridge the gap in an increasingly polarized province and bring a centrist presence to the 2019 election.
The group says on their website that they are “dedicated to evidence-based political research, advocacy and training, particularly the next generation of our province’s leaders.” Alberta Together is not affiliated with any political party and in fact points out that only 2.5 percent of people in the province carry a membership for any party at all.
The st. Paul stop is scheduled for July 12th at the Canalta Hotel from 6:30 to 8:30. The event is free but all guests are asked to RSVP. Light refreshments will be served. The event is drop-in but there will be formal remarks at 7:30 p.m. Alberta Together Executive Director Katherine O’Neill will be the guest speaker.
You can register here