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Federal nomination update: NDP close to full-slate in Alberta: Caught slow out of the gates nominating federal candidates in Alberta, the New Democratic Party has caught up and is now only one candidate short of a full-slate in the province.
Let’s Review Oil Royalties and Start Acting Like Owners Again.: Alberta’s new NDP government has taken steps to fulfill one of their key election promises by appointing a panel to ensure Albertans are receiving their fair share from their natural resource wealth through the royalty rates paid by the oil industry to the Alberta government. The... Continue Read...
Four decades of message consistency: SPOILER ALERT: They didn't leave.
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‘Si­lent’ books to help multi­lin­gual Edmontonians, chil­dren abroad: Books with­out words are stretch­ing im­agin­a­tions in Edmonton and the Ital­ian island of Lam­pe­dusa. A new book ex­hib­it fea­tur­ing more than 100 word­less or “si­lent” books has ar­rived at the down­town Stan­ley A. Milner Library, or­gan­ized by the International Board on Books for Young ...
Fire extinguished after explosion at Syncrude site: An explosion and fire early Saturday at Syncrude’s Mildred Lake base plant north of Fort McMurray is being investigated by the company and the Alberta Energy Regulator.
Dungeon for rent, erotic wax classes replace former Edmonton coffee bar: A popular arts community gathering space forced to shut down earlier this year has been taken over by a new community group ­— this one catering to adults with alternative sexual tastes. The open mic and coffee bar are gone. In their place are cuffs, gags and floggers for sale. Upstairs, there’s ...
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NDP deftly picks royalty review panel while media freaks out about low-key welcome for ‘lightweight’ U.S. politicians: PHOTOS: U.S. President Lindsey Graham, left, is welcomed by a Wildrose Government colour party of Alberta Legislature security officers sometime in the imagined future. Actual circumstances may not unfold exactly as illustrated. Below: Former finance deputy minister Annette Trimbee, energy econom...
Now that CAPP’s president has called for quick energy royalty review, Wildrose and PC leaders can be expected to fall into line: PHOTOS: Never mind the Opposition parties, guys like these want Alberta’s energy royalty review to get cracking right now! Below: CAPP President Tim McMillan, Wildrose Opposition Leader Brian Jean, Progressive Conservative Party Leader Ric McIver and NDP Labour Minister Lori Sigurdson. While Albe...
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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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