Also Monday, former UCP member Derek Fildebrandt stated that he and Kenney met at a Calgary restaurant, when Kenney asked him to be a candidate who would attack Jean.
"He had asked me if I would be interested in doing this, to be able to say things about Mr. Jean that he would not want to say to stay above the fray. I was not particularly interested in that," said Fildebrandt.
"I don't want to be a patsy for somebody else."
Kenney denied that he made such a pitch.
Fildebrandt is now the leader of the Freedom Conservative Party.
UCP Leader Jason Kenney shrugs off RCMP investigation of political contributions
The elections commissioner and the RCMP are investigating how Callaway's campaign was funded. It is against the law for people to donate money provided to them by others.
The elections commissioner has already issued a fine for one such illegal donation and Davies has been fined $15,000 for interfering in the Callaway investigation.
Maclean's magazine quoted Davies on Monday as saying that he received a corporate transfer of $60,000 into his bank account that was then redistributed to pay Callaway's race entry fee.
Kenney has denied any role in funding Callaway's campaign and has repeatedly stated in media interviews that there was no link between his campaign and Callaway's.
Callaway was one of three rivals for leadership of the UCP, which was created from a merger between Kenney's Progressive Conservatives and Jean's Wildrose Party.
Kenney defeated Jean and candidate Doug Schweitzer, garnering 61 per cent of the vote.
Politicians returned to the legislature Monday for the start of a spring sitting that could be cut short by an election call.
Premier Rachel Notley said her government is focused on how to "make life better for Albertans" but added: "For the last 18 months or so Jason Kenney was focused on how he could make life better for Jason Kenney.
"And more to the point he hasn't been honest with people about that."
Kenney is lying just like JT. Both are leaders I don't like it.
The UCP will win but I'm not sure Kenney will be the leader for the next 4 years.