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Derek Fildebrandt announces bid for Wildrose nomination in Strathmore - Brooks

After years calling out provincial budgets from outside the legislature, Derek Fildebrandt announced Monday he is looking to do that from the inside.

The former Alberta head of the Canadian Taxpayer’s Federation announced he would seek the Wildrose nomination in Strathmore-Brooks. 160 more words

Calgary

Rob Anders Shut Out Again

It’s been a tough year for both Member of Parliament Rob Anders and the Wildrose Party of Alberta. Both suffered setbacks in 2014, bright political futures ruined by the slings and arrows of fate and fortune. 593 more words

Federal Politics

Former Wildrose leader sorry she didn't let Albertans debate her floor-crossing

HIGH RIVER, Alta. — Former Wildrose leader Danielle Smith issued an apology to her constituents Saturday saying she should have waited to hear from Albertans before she and other caucus members crossed the floor to join the governing Progressive Conservatives. 721 more words

Local News

Danielle Smith says she's sorry she didn't let Albertans debate her floor-crossing

HIGH RIVER, Alta. – Former Wildrose leader Danielle Smith issued an apology to her constituents Saturday saying she should have waited to hear from Albertans before she and other caucus members crossed the floor to join the governing Progressive Conservatives. 724 more words

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Photo Adventure: Death Valley

Hey, remember when I came back from vacation three months ago and I was all excited to blog about it, but instead of posting I dropped off the face of the earth instead? 378 more words

Nature

Wildrose announces June 6 leadership contest

The Wildrose Party has set June 6 as the date for its leadership contest, meaning it could be choosing its new leader only after a provincial election that is looking increasingly likely to be held this spring. 770 more words

Local News

Building with 6 kinds of marble should be sold to cut costs: Wildrose

WATCH ABOVE: The Wildrose party says it has found the perfect project to cut millions from the fiscal shortfall. Tom Vernon explains.

EDMONTON – The Wildrose party says if Premier Jim Prentice needs to cut costs to save the economy, he can start by selling the biggest white elephant on the Alberta legislature grounds – the Federal Building. 159 more words

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