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Harper backs Kenney in major move but some Tories see possible backlash

The one-two punch of Stephen Harper and Rona Ambrose endorsing Jason Kenney’s bid for the Progressive Conservative leadership and plan to unite Alberta’s right was still reverberating through provincial politics a day later, even as politicians debated its ultimate effect. 828 more words

Politics

Your letters for Thursday, May 19

Assisted dying isn’t killing

Re: “Supreme court could change its mind, again,” Andrew Coyne, Opinion, May 17.

We live in a country where debate, challenge and change is possible. 641 more words

Letters

Letters for Saturday, Feb. 20

Pedestrians need to be wary

Re: “Fatal crossings,” Feb. 19.

I read today’s article about pedestrian safety with interest. Then I got into my car and was driving up 14th Street N.W. 1,173 more words

Rachel Notley

Energy industry on 'pins and needles' ahead of Alberta royalty review

Alberta’s oil and gas industry is on tenterhooks as it awaits the findings of the province’s royalty review.

A four-member panel has spent the past five months examining how the province charges energy firms to extract resources. 586 more words

Energy

Ex-Tory energy ministers warn of royalty review risks

Two former Tory energy ministers are warning the NDP government to tread cautiously if it is contemplating elimination of some current drilling programs in its royalty review later this month. 599 more words

Politics

Opinion: Now isn't the time to cut Alberta spending

By Jeff Loomis, Patricia Jones and Franco Savoia

Re: “Budget 2015 feels like deja vu all over again,” Ted Morton, Opinion, Nov. 12.

“God Please Give Us Another Boom. 610 more words

Columnists

Budget 2015: The Neutrino Problem

Scientists solved the problem of the Ghost Particle in less time than it’s taken the Alberta government to come up with a creative approach to economic diversification. 1,029 more words

Politics And Government