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David J Climenhaga | So what happens now? Does Wildrose Leader Brian Jean tell Derek Fildebrandt to step aside as committee chair? And what if he won't?
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Brian Jean
David J. Climenhaga | The list of the Wildrose Party's 2015 member-approved policy proposals offers a snapshot of the Alberta right's obsessions in the era of NDP government in Edmonton.
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Alvin Finkel
David J. Climenhaga | Bill 10 gave Alberta Finance Minister Doug Horner a little flimsy intellectual cover for the idea that what he was doing to public employees was sound policy.
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Guy Smith & Doug Horner
David J. Climenhaga | The PC Government of Alberta Premier Dave Hancock is desperately trying to press the reset button on two years of horrible relations with public sector unions under Alison Redford.
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David J. Climenhaga | Former Alberta Premier Alison Redford's ill-conceived anti-union project is in shambles, with an agreement to send two bills attacking public sector pensions to a legislative committee.
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Jim Prentice
David J. Climenhaga | Yesterday's tentative agreement between 22,000 AUPE civil servants and the province paves the way for a relatively trouble-free coronation for banking executive Jim Prentice.
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Lewis Cardinal
David J. Climenhaga | With the end to most official homophobia in Alberta, a course change by the Wildrose Party and the loss of a promising NDP candidate, yesterday proved a single day can be a long time in politics.
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Cal Dallas
David J. Climenhaga | By sawing off the third leg of the three-legged stool they've sat upon for 43 years, Alberta's PCs have became a party that offers nothing to anyone and something to offend everyone.
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Dave Hancock
David J. Climenhaga | Without withdrawing Bills 45 and 46, and dumping his finance minister's pension 'reforms,' Monday's fine sentiments from the pen of Alberta Interim Premier Dave Hancock mean nothing at all.
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David J. Climenhaga | Anyone can come up with a list of the 13 biggest news stories of the year. Alberta Diary gives you a list of the 13 biggest Alberta political stories ignored by the media.