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Graham Thomson: PCs hoping to follow in Leonardo DiCaprio's footsteps

The environmental do-gooder Leonardo DiCaprio has never put me in mind of the Alberta Progressive Conservative party — until I saw the movie The Revenant on the weekend. 669 more words


NDP slide to third place as premier's approval rating falls: poll

Alberta’s NDP have plummeted to third place and Premier Rachel Notley’s personal approval rating has plunged just nine months after sweeping the Progressive Conservative Party from power, according to a new poll. 750 more words


Do Election Results Support “Unite the Right”?

The motivation to “unite the right” is driven by the perfectly understandable desire by conservatives to limit the NDP to one term.

But let’s look at the assumption that uniting the parties would turf the NDP. 649 more words

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Not Just A Pretty Face - A Reaction to The Alberta Gender Identification Policy - An Open Letter to the Alberta N.D.P.

Dear N.D.P. Government of the Province of Alberta,

I, a naturally born female, am not just a pretty face. As I am more than a pretty face I am forced to write this letter in opposition to your policy “Guidelines for Best Practices” Creating Learning Environments that Respect Diverse Sexual Orientations, Gender Identities and Gender Expressions” 1,927 more words


Wildrose leader wants Alberta government to hold a jobs summit immediately

CALGARY – Wildrose Leader Brian Jean is once again asking the NDP for an emergency meeting to discuss Alberta’s current economic woes.

He wants a jobs summit to evaluate the impact of current government policies on small business and Alberta’s energy sector, and to propose solutions that would help the overall economy. 93 more words


Wildrose calls for jobs summit as Alberta economy struggles

Alberta’s Wildrose Party is calling on the government to hold a jobs summit as the price of oil continues to fall and job losses mount across the province. 398 more words


Strong donations for Wildrose, NDP in 4th quarter; PCs rebound

EDMONTON – Both the Wildrose and Alberta NDP parties saw over half a million dollars in donations in the last quarter of 2015, and the Progressive Conservatives had a huge rebound. 176 more words