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Thursday morning candidate nomination updates in Alberta: On February 21, Rus Matichuk celebrated his victory over former city councillor Neil Korotash and government spokesperson Kathleen Range in the Progressive Conservative nomination contest in Spruce Grove-St. Albert. But yesterday, the PC Party announced that due to “errors” in... Continue Reading →
Will Rick Hanson run for the PCs in Calgary-Cross?: Will Calgary Police Chief Rick Hanson run for the Progressive Conservatives in the upcoming spring provincial election? His surprise resignation announcement today timed with the PCs abrupt delay of their nomination in the northeast Calgary-Cross constituency until March 14 has led some... Contin...
Monday morning candidate nomination updates from Alberta: The Progressive Conservatives held their first “Super Saturday” on Feb. 21, 2015, during which contested nominations were held in seven constituencies. The handful of contested PC nominations have been overshadowed by the nearly forty acclamations by incumbent PC MLAs across the province.... Cont...
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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.
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It’s business as usual for Petry while he waits in limbo: There was some semblance of sameness to the practice day routine, just as there has been since Jeff Petry settled into the Edmonton Oilers’ defensive corps. But try as he might to downplay the scenario, these are not routine days.
Big bruising Blues have had Oilers' number for years: With apologies to the late Horace Silver, the Edmonton Oilers have no prescription for the Blues. The diagnostic evidence on this is clear, the sampling sizable enough to be both painful and authoritative. The remedy has been chronically unavailable.
Toronto Rocks Rush with goal in overtime of offensive shootout: The National Lacrosse League reached a pivotal mid-season climax Friday night when the league-leading Toronto Rock stole the show in overtime from the Edmonton Rush. The Rock (8-1) dismantled the Rush 16-15 in OT at Rexall Place to end Edmonton’s four-game winning streak.
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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...
Arenas and Civic Myopia: This afternoon, Edmonton City Council will consider the Master Agreement for the proposed downtown arena. It will almost certainly pass, with some contingency to cover the missing $100 million if provincial funds don’t materialize. The purpose of this post isn’t to rehash the debate. The argumen...

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