The first quarterly fundraising reports are in for all the parties in Alberta, showing how much money they've raised since the election of the NDP.
The NDP raised $82,745, while the Wildrose opposition party has raised $263,675.
Normally, when a new party takes power, donors come out of the woodwork to give money, hoping for favours.
But in Alberta, the opposite has just happened.
Donors are clearly trying to build up a conservative opposition party for the future.
The most shocking result?
Wait until I tell you how much the once-powerful Alberta Progressive Conservatives raised.
I explain what this means for the future of Alberta's conservative movement.