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Vickie Kaminski
David J. Climenhaga | Vickie Kaminski told media on Dec. 1, 2015, she quit for "honestly, personal reasons." A letter sent six days earlier says something very different.
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Craig Chandler
David J. Climenhaga | It's not a good sign about the Alberta Progressive Conservative Party’s future that no one could be bothered to oppose an extreme social conservative activist for a regional director's job.
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Greg Clark
David J. Climenhaga | What was the mysterious party Danielle Smith was flirting with before the notorious 2014 Wildrose floor crossing? The Alberta Party.
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Manmeet Bhullar
David J. Climenhaga | If the May 5 Alberta general election was a catastrophe for the Tories, Manmeet Bhullar emerged as one of its few bright lights afterward.
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David J. Climenhaga | Picking victims to drum up votes: This is a problem that's become bigger than just Prime Minister Stephen Harper, and only Conservatives can get their own house in order.
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Linda Leon | I don't hate you Ryan. But I don't think you have the skill, wisdom or strength of character to be a good leader. This is my last letter to you.
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Rick Hanson
David J. Climenhaga | For four decades the PCs were the ne plus ultra of power in Alberta with all the required tools at their disposal to make inconvenient matters disappear.
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Anne Wilson
David J. Climenhaga | The poll was done the day before the national holiday when the only people at home in Alberta may have been disgruntled Wildrosers with nowhere to go.
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Duncan Cameron | Finance Minister Joe Oliver does not want to recognize that spending on public infrastructure is a good way of strengthening a weak Canadian economy.
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David Swann
David J. Climenhaga | With Laurie Blakeman's idea of a Hail Mary Pass to the Alberta Party no longer part of the game, the prospects for the Alberta Liberal Party seem increasingly dim.
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Rachel Notley
David J. Climenhaga | There are signs the progressive vote in the Oct. 27 Edmonton-Whitemud by-election -- and maybe a little more than that -- is coalescing around the NDP’s candidate, Dr. Bob Turner.
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Preston Manning
David J. Climenhaga | Actually, as a matter of literal fact, you can still depend on front-line employees in Alberta's civil service not to take bribes, as astonishing as that may be to Preston Manning.