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Dr. Ciaran McNamee
David J. Climenhaga | If Alberta's preferential treatment inquiry is really supposed to get to the bottom of queue jumping in the health care system, it needs to ask questions about what happened back in the 1990s.
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Steve Khan
David J. Climenhaga | A new poll and a sudden cabinet shuffle may bode ill for Alberta Premier Alison Redford and her Progressive Conservatives.
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Alison Redford
David J. Climenhaga | Those of us who have lived here for a while have all seen this show before -- literally, back when it starred Ralph Klein.
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Brian Mason
David J. Climenhaga | The credibility of the inquiry hinges on whether it pursues leads about a private clinic got patients jumped to the front of a long waiting list for a public cancer-screening centre.
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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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Brian Mason
David J. Climenhaga | A worthy if untraditional goal for the Alberta NDP in 2013 should be to ensure unhappy Liberal MLAs know they would be welcome in the New Democrat caucus.
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Kent Hehr
David J. Climenhaga | At the moment, it is fair to say, Kent Hehr is the only member of the Alberta Liberal caucus who could be described as a credible and available alternative to Leader Raj Sherman.
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Raj Sherman. Photo: David Climenhaga
David Climenhaga | The former CEO of Alberta Health Services and the doctor who helped him write a memo about medical queue jumping testified yesterday at an inquiry. Neither could recall much.
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John Vertes
David J. Climenhaga | Alberta Premier Alison Redford is trying vainly to put out several serious fires at the same time. Her crisis-management skills seem lacking.
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Raj Sherman
David J. Climenhaga | Alberta Liberal Leader Raj Sherman seems to have nailed it when he demanded the feds step in and make the province submit its dispute with physicians to arbitration.
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Raj Sherman
David J. Climenhaga | If we hire half-million-dollar-a-year execs instead of career public servants to run our public enterprises, they’re bound to bring their questionable private-sector perks with them.
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Brad Wall
David J. Climenhaga | A new poll from Angus Reid gauges something even more fun than a barrel of political sciences courses: premiers’ popularity!