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Joe Anglin
David J. Climenhaga | Given the circumstances, it's clearly going to be easier for the Prentice PCs to clear up their latest problem than it will be for the Smith Wildrose Party to deal with its.
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Allaudin Merali
David J. Climenhaga | Former Alberta premier Alison Redford said the fired CFO of Alberta Health Services would never be paid severance despite his contract. AHS now admits he was fired without cause and should be paid.
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David J. Climenhaga | Former premier Alison Redford intends to sue the government of Alberta for wrongful dismissal…
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Allaudin Merali
David J. Climenhaga | Former Alberta Health Services CFO Allaudin Merali is said in a media report to be seeking more than $6 million in damages in a lawsuit.
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David J. Climenhaga | Unfortunately for the PM's "reform" talk, the only way to fix the Senate that will actually work is to abolish it.
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David J. Climenhaga | Warning: This is a work of humour. Actual events may not turn out exactly as predicted, or even close, sort of like Fraser Institute studies in that regard.
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Kerry Towle
David J. Climenhaga | There's a certain irony to the spectacle of a political party dedicated to the proposition trade unions are bad trying to raise money by taking credit for the good work done by a union.
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Don Scott
David J. Climenhaga | The worst thing about this fiasco is how it plays into the hands of public health care's most determined foes, often members of the same group who contributed to the problem.
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Chris Eagle
David J. Climenhaga | Are we seriously expected to believe a man who would claim a single loonie plugged into a parking meter is going to say goodbye to a buyout of $500,000 without a fight?
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Sheila Weatherill
David J. Climenhaga | Either Alauddin Merali followed the rules, in which case he should still be working for Alberta Health Services, or he didn't, in which case he doesn't deserve a severance package.
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Allaudin Merali
David J. Climenhaga | Surely the CBC's expose of an Alberta Health Services executive's expense account indicates the superstition public sector managers must be paid and babied like corporate bosses has to end.