Prentice, 60, was among four people on board a twin-engine Cessna Citation that took off from Kelowna bound for Springbank Airport near Calgary late Thursday evening. All four passengers died. One of them was Ken Gellatly, the father-in-law of one of Prentice’s daughters.
... The Progressive Conservatives lost the 2015 provincial election to Notley’s New Democrats and Prentice subsequently resigned as party leader, taking a job with the Washington-based Canada Institute at the Wilson Center in February 2016, where he worked as a visiting fellow.
According to the Center, Prentice was working on a book about energy and environmental issues that was set to be published in late 2016. In June 2016 he joined the private equity firm Warburg Pincus as an energy analyst.R.I.P. Jim Prentice.