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Brian Jean and Jason Kenney. Image: Facebook/Wildrose Party St.Albert
David J. Climenhaga | With voting starting this week, the campaign to unite the Wildrose and Progressive Conservative parties into a single entity is inevitably being described as entering the final stretch.
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Jason Kenney
David J. Climenhaga | PC leadership candidate Jason Kenney is making a promise he knows he can't keep. His legal argument, as he surely knows perfectly well, is a dog that won't hunt.
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Brad, the Great Wall of Saskatchewan
David J. Climenhaga | Has it occurred to anyone that the real fluke on May 5, 2015, was the election of the Wildrose Party, instead of the PCs, as the Opposition?
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David J. Climenhaga | Union contract negotiators (and their employer counterparts) are like professional hockey players and litigation lawyers: they play to win for whomever they represent.
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Gil McGowan
David J. Climenhaga | No one who is being honest can say that Alberta’s NDP government is in the pocket of "big labour."
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Denis Coderre
David J. Climenhaga | Like all good zingers, Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre's spoke to a profound truth about the conservative opposition in Alberta, especially the Wildrose Party.
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Rachel Notley
David J. Climenhaga | Alberta Premier Rachel Notley has made headway on the Energy East Pipeline, and that’s something that never happened under any species of conservative.
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Derek Fildebrandt
David J. Climenhaga | As Opposition finance critic, Derek Fildebrandt will be in the spotlight Tuesday when Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci tables the NDP’s first budget. Time for him to up his game?
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Bob Hawkesworth
David J. Climenhaga | If Bob Hawkesworth and the NDP come from behind Sept. 3 to pull off a byelection victory in Calgary-Foothills, the idea winds of change really are blowing in Canada will be much harder to dismiss.
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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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Jim Prentice & Rachel Notley
David J. Climenhaga | Pollster Lorne Bozinoff suggests Alberta NDP Leader Rachel Notley and her New Democrats may have found "a recipe for government." Can they keep it at a boil till May 5?
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Rick Bell
David J. Climenhaga | We have all sinned and come short of the glory of the market. We're just going to have to repent and admit that this whole mess is our fault.