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Wildrose nixes NDP call to sack electricity critic over climate change denials

Alberta’s NDP says the Opposition needs to sack one of its critics for refusing to acknowledge the reality of climate change.

NDP caucus member Shaye Anderson said Tuesday that the Wildrose’s Don MacIntyre has made similar comments in the past, and his denials undermine his effectiveness as critic for electricity and renewables. 480 more words

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Alberta minister says province 'still standing' on Day 2 of carbon tax

Alberta Environment Minister Shannon Phillips says the province is “still standing” a day after its carbon tax took effect, and Albertans who opposed the levy could start seeing rebate cheques within days. 172 more words

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PC party wracked by deep divisions as leadership race heads into new year

The Progressive Conservative party is likely the strongest it’s been since the Tory dynasty went down to defeat in the 2015 election, with the race for the PC leadership boosting membership and attracting attention from the media and public. 810 more words

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Alberta's right set to roil again in 2017

EDMONTON – Alberta’s conservative political parties, two stubborn rams of provincial politics for almost a decade now, appear poised to lock horns once again in 2017. 875 more words

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Unite the right poll: Albertans prefer Brian Jean to Jason Kenney as leader

A new poll suggests a united conservative party in Alberta led by Brian Jean would receive more votes than if that party was led by Jason Kenney. 212 more words

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Wildrose's Derek Fildebrandt renews call to unite the right

Alberta Wildrose member Derek Fildebrandt is renewing his call for conservative forces to unite.

Derek Fildebrandt says the people he has talked to in Alberta and his Strathmore-Brooks constituency say the NDP must go because their policies are destructive to the province’s future. 138 more words

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