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Health Deputy Minister's compensation: Glaring omission in Alberta Sunshine List coverage explained

| February 1, 2014
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Why I voted for Jim Coutts in 1984 and probably would again, a lesson in retail politics

| January 3, 2014
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Reefer Madness in Colorado and Washington could mean end of civilization as we know it!

| January 2, 2014

Right wing tributes to Nelson Mandela reveal their hypocrisy

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While many mourn the loss of Nelson Mandela -- a freedom fighter, a symbol of international struggle -- some tributes ring untrue, particularly those of the Conservative and Liberal parties.

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David J. Climenhaga

No surprise, Alberta PCs endorse Alison Redford with the traditional 77% Solution

| November 24, 2013
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70%? 66.9%? 55.9%? 50%+1 good enough for Alberta Premier this evocative weekend

| November 22, 2013
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Moving beyond our obsession with Stephen Harper

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Remember Brian Mulroney, the PM so many people loved to hate? We need to so we can learn a lesson from that period in our political history: there is a real danger in demonizing prime ministers to the exclusion of other longer-term political objectives. Mulroney's unctuous manner, his arrogance and his shameless toadying to the U.S. and to corporate CEOs made people crazed with anger at the man. I'll never forget the elderly woman who approached me on the street as I was leafleting during the free trade fight: "Someone should shoot him!!"

David J. Climenhaga

How will we get back to the 19th century without him? Why Stephen Harper should go, and won't

| October 30, 2013
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