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Will 2015 be an lucky or unlucky #13 for Alberta’s PC Party?: CALGARY, ALBERTA On May 5, 2015, the Progressive Conservatives will face Alberta voters for the thirteenth time since they first formed government in 1971. Since that election 44 years ago, the PCs have dominated over their opposition. It remains difficult to... Continue Reading →
Alberta Election 2015: Candidate and Fundraising Updates: As of today, only the New Democrats and Progressive Conservatives  are the only parties to have nominated a full slate of candidates in all 87 constituencies across Alberta. Friday, April 17, 2015 at 2:00 p.m. is the deadline for candidates to submit their... Continue Reading →
Liberals don’t owe the Alberta Party a free ride in Calgary-Elbow: A squabble between supporters of two opposition parties in Calgary-Elbow has attracted some media attention over the past few days. Supporters of the Alberta Party have taken to social media to voice their annoyance with Liberal Party plans to run a candidate, likely John... Continue Reading →
City takes on crumbling banks, flooded trails in Mill Creek Ravine: Southside residents worried about crumbling banks and closed trails in the Mill Creek Ravine will finally see some relief. A series of severe storms has eroded many of the banks, threatening trails and damaging bridges. City crews now have six construction projects planned for the next two years ...
RCMP, EPS join forces in ticketing blitz: RCMP and Edmonton police officers were out in force on Friday targeting speed demons, distracted drivers and other road offenders in the capital region.
Lamphier: Downtown Edmonton still humming: Recession? What recession? If you live and work in downtown Edmonton, signs of Alberta’s current economic slowdown are hard to find.
Danielle Smith to former Wildrose supporters: I didn’t leave you, you left me!: Danielle Smith to Wildrose Party members: I didn’t leave you! It was you that left me! Ever since the former Opposition leader shocked Alberta and significant parts of the rest of the country on Dec. 17 by leading a parade of Wildrose Party MLAs over to the Progressive Conservative benches, we’ve...
How the mighty have fallen: former finance minister Doug Horner pulls the plug on provincial politics: Doug Horner, who was clearly the best qualified of the three frontrunners in the 2011 race for the leadership of the Alberta Progressive Conservative Party, pulled the plug on provincial politics yesterday. Read more on AlbertaPolitics.ca.
What’s the hurry? Jim Prentice push for early vote feels manipulative, bad for Alberta: Does anybody seriously think Alberta needs another election right now? Yeah, I know, Premier Jim Prentice and his Progressive Conservative legislative caucus want one. But do we need one, right at this particular moment? Read more at AlbertaPolitics.ca.
Why I’m Supporting Don Iveson: In tomorrow’s civic election, Don Iveson is my pick for Mayor. First, a disclosure and a couple of comments: Don and his wife Sarah are friends, and I am a part of Don’s campaign team. It’s worth reiterating that this is purely a personal opinion, not an endorsement on behalf of any organization...

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