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Ted Morton
David J. Climenhaga | Why would anyone be interested in three-time loser Ted Morton's opinions? We've already seen this movie. It wasn't very good.
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Don Braid
David J. Climenhaga | A journalist has ferreted out that Alberta's upcoming budget was to include a $300-million "operating budget." Why isn't the media very interested?
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David J. Climenhaga | If Christians want to put Christ back into Christmas, an excellent place to start would be by paying attention to what Christ taught them.
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Gary Mar
David J. Climenhaga | The opposition parties will persist in their demands for Premier Alison Redford's resignation, but they will be fervently praying nothing of the sort will happen.
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Brock Ketcham
David J. Climenhaga | Brock Ketcham, 64, was a journalist of integrity and skill, and a trade unionist with fortitude.
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Prime Minister Stephen Harper at the Calgary Stampede
David J. Climenhaga | If animals are put in danger to generate excitement, well, too bad, Durango. That's the true attitude of everyone involved in this disgrace.
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Edmonton Journal Editor Lucinda Chodan
David J. Climenhaga | If another recession hits, it's hard to see how the newspaper business as we have known it can survive for long.
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Calgary Stampede Programming VP Paul Rosenberg
David J. Climenhaga | Rest assured, the sound of money speaking in the upper reaches of Bell Canada's corporate office in Montreal are being heard in the boardroom of the Calgary Stampede.
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PostMedia News CEO Paul Godfrey
David J. Climenhaga | PostMedia will never do one thing that could reinvigorate its flaccid bottom line -- scuttle the National Post.
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Alberta Premier Alison Redford (grabbed from the Internet)
David J. Climenhaga | The Calgary Stampede Board should man up like the Catalonians and declare its centennial rodeo the venue for the last chuckwagon race in Calgary. It’s time.
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Edmonton Journal Publisher John Connolly
David J. Climenhaga | The Edmonton Journal has quietly pulled out of the Alberta Press Council and the Calgary Herald is likely to follow soon, leaving the voluntary organization all but moribund.
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Author and blogger Brian Brennan
David J. Climenhaga | The last link between the Calgary Herald and downtown Calgary is about to fall, but it makes little difference because the ties that mattered were severed long ago.