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Corbella: Link Byfield was a humble man of faith and many gifts

My favourite personal anecdote about Link Byfield occurred in June 2003, just days after Alberta Report magazine folded. I called Link, who had been the influential magazine’s editor and publisher since 1985, to commiserate and ask him if he’d meet me for lunch. 628 more words

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Arab: If we'd saved like Norway, we wouldn't be talking about tax hikes

The love-hate relationship Canadians have with the price of gas was most poetically expressed in a song lyric by the Winnipeg band, the Weakerthans.

A driver is stalled in the turning lane muttering to himself; when he “hears the price of gas,” he says, “‘I hate Winnipeg.’” 613 more words

Alison Redford

Breakenridge: What was the purpose of Wildrose?

Given the momentous changes in Alberta politics over the last week, it’s not immediately clear which party will form the official opposition party going forward. 652 more words

Jim Prentice

Corbella: Either Prentice wins, or the PC party is over

If, on Sept. 6, the Alberta Progressive Conservative party chooses the wrong leader yet again — turn out the lights, the party’s over.

It’s that simple. 781 more words

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