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Calgary Stampede an important marker of political change in Alberta: Billed as the Greatest Outdoor Show on Earth, the Calgary Stampede is a must-stop destination for political leaders of all stripes and all levels of government. The event also provides a good historical marker of how quickly the political winds of change can... Continue Reading →
Gearing up for another Calgary-Foothills By-Election: Voters in Calgary-Foothills will face their third election in less than a year when a by-election is called to replace Jim Prentice in the next few months. I’ve created a special page to track candidate nominations and news about the... Continue Reading →
Alberta candidate update: 111 days until Canada’s federal election: With only 111 days left until Canada’s next federal election, parties are scrambling to nominate candidates in Alberta’s thirty-four new electoral ridings. Despite their win in the recent provincial election and sharp rise in the polls, the federal NDP are still... Continue Reading →
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Long wait times for international student permits leave some “stranded” in Canada: International students in Alberta are seeing wait times for processing their study permits soar to nearly three months, leaving many “stranded” in Canada, unable to visit their home countries or travel elsewhere in the world. Students can’t leave the country without renewing their permits and vis...
Council rages at NAIT line deficiencies: Council reacted strongly to new reports of serious deficiencies outside the signalling system on the long-delayed NAIT LRT line Monday. “This is a boondoggle but the question is, who’s responsible for it?” said Coun. Mike Nickel. “There’s two parties here, the contractor and the city.”
Edmonton’s Permanent Records going out of business: Edmonton’s music scene is taking another hit. One of Old Strathcona’s record stores, Permanent Records, is going out of business.
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Murky and contradictory poll results, weird timing, unlikely to divert media from its dubious narrative about Alberta’s NDP: PHOTOS: “Press 1 if you support the Wildrose Party …” With the right digital equipment, the whole family can have fun with demon-dialler public opinion polls, even down on the farm in rural Southern Alberta. Below: Novice political columnists learn how to cover the news in Alberta. According to n...
Memo from The Old Copy Editor: The offensive flag in question is not ‘the Stars ‘n’ Bars’: PHOTOS: An offensive symbol on the front of a Canadian truck, right here in Alberta. The Old Copy Editor reminds readers that this is not the Stars ’n’ Bars. Below: HMCS Iroquois back in the day when she still had a gun on her foredeck. The Old Copy Editor reminds readers that there is no […] The...
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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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