In all the justified fanfare over the NDP’s history-changing triumph Tuesday night, and the imminent ascension of Rachel Notley to the premier’s office, three other elected leaders have been a tad out of the limelight, but their achievements are worthy of mention. 380 more words
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This election might not be the end of the Alberta Liberal Party — but you can see it from here.
Liberals are still gamely trying to cobble together a campaign with three dozen or so candidates — and they continue to be stubbornly optimistic with interim leader David Swann hoping they’ll win 12 or more seats. 797 more words
They have 30 confirmed candidates, limited support in rural ridings and just $150,000 in their campaign war chest.
But the leader of the Alberta Liberals maintains his party could reclaim its status as official Opposition and secure as many as 15 seats in the upcoming provincial election. 389 more words
A year ago, an embattled Alison Redford stepped down as Alberta’s fourteenth premier, triggering a breathtaking year of change in Alberta politics.
Here are the key developments in a topsy-turvy year which ended with new leaders for every party and radically different power structure in provincial politics. 236 more words
“I shall now therefore humbly propose my own thoughts, which I hope will not be liable to the least objection” — Jonathan Swift, A Modest Proposal (1729) … 812 more words
Raj Sherman may have stepped down as Liberal leader, but he will still play a key role for the party in the expected spring provincial election. 200 more words