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So long Liberalberta! Raj Sherman calls it quits.: All four main political parties will have new leaders going into the next election after today’s announcement by Liberal leader Raj Sherman that he is resigning as leader and will not seek re-election as the MLA for Edmonton-Meadowlark. Like the Wildrose Party, who... Continue Reading →
Alberta Election 2015: What We Know versus Speculation: What we know: The last provincial General Election was held 2 years, 9 months and 3 days ago on April 23, 2012. The Election Amendment Act introduced by Wetaskiwin-Camrose Progressive Conservative MLA Verlyn Olson and passed on December 6, 2011 legislated that... Continue Reading →
Saturday Morning election nomination updates in Alberta: From Lethbridge to Rimbey and Peace River to Cochrane, here is your Saturday morning candidate nomination update: Airdrie: Mayor of Airdrie Peter Brown announced this week that he will seek the Progressive Conservative nomination. Mr. Brown was first elected Mayor in 2010. The... Continue Reading →
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eLearning and HTML5: “Why doesn’t my eLearning content run on an iPad? Websites are doing it so why not eLearning?” It’s a question we often hear from our clients when discussing a new or existing project. The good news is that we are now able to produce eLearning that will work on both desktops and mobile devices. T...
Value and Impact of Digital Badges: Top 5 Benefits: 1. Accessibility Digital Badges are highly accessible; anyone with access to the internet or a mobile device can earn and receive their credentials digitally. 2. Secure and Authentic Digital Badges created through Yardstick’s T2 platform utilize the best digital credentialing architecture in th...
How Yardstick RedPen Works: Yardstick RedPen integrates seamlessly with Measure (Yardstick’s enterprise high stakes item banking and exam delivery platform). Subject Matter Experts create questions in Measure (e.g., multiple choice questions, constructed response, multiple response, etc.) where the items are classified and ...
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Danielle Smith to former Wildrose supporters: I didn’t leave you, you left me!: Danielle Smith to Wildrose Party members: I didn’t leave you! It was you that left me! Ever since the former Opposition leader shocked Alberta and significant parts of the rest of the country on Dec. 17 by leading a parade of Wildrose Party MLAs over to the Progressive Conservative benches, we’ve...
How the mighty have fallen: former finance minister Doug Horner pulls the plug on provincial politics: Doug Horner, who was clearly the best qualified of the three frontrunners in the 2011 race for the leadership of the Alberta Progressive Conservative Party, pulled the plug on provincial politics yesterday. Read more on AlbertaPolitics.ca.
What’s the hurry? Jim Prentice push for early vote feels manipulative, bad for Alberta: Does anybody seriously think Alberta needs another election right now? Yeah, I know, Premier Jim Prentice and his Progressive Conservative legislative caucus want one. But do we need one, right at this particular moment? Read more at AlbertaPolitics.ca.
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Sombre goodbye to RCMP Const. Wynn: As he lay dying in the hospital, Cst. David Matthew Wynn was serenaded on guitar by his oldest son, Matthew. Again and again, the 15-year-old played the Beatles song Blackbird, the tune his father was teaching him before he was mortally wounded on the morning of Jan. 17.
Griffiths, Jablonski step aside for ‘fresh faces,’ new ideas: Two more veteran Tory MLAs, Doug Griffiths and Red Deer North Mary Anne Jablonksi, announced Monday they are stepping down, saying, “it’s time for a change” in the party. Griffiths, 42, MLA for Battle River-Wainwright for four terms, said: “It’s time for fresh faces and fresh ideas.”
Griffiths, Jablonski step aside for ‘fresh faces,’ new ideas: Two more veteran Tory MLAs, Doug Griffiths and Red Deer North Mary Anne Jablonksi, announced Monday they are stepping down, saying, “it’s time for a change” in the party. Griffiths, 42, MLA for Battle River-Wainwright for four terms, said: “It’s time for fresh faces and fresh ideas.”
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Why I’m Supporting Don Iveson: In tomorrow’s civic election, Don Iveson is my pick for Mayor. First, a disclosure and a couple of comments: Don and his wife Sarah are friends, and I am a part of Don’s campaign team. It’s worth reiterating that this is purely a personal opinion, not an endorsement on behalf of any organization...

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