CBC TV had barely called an NDP majority government in Alberta when Minister of Justice Peter MacKay declared the province Albertastan!
Alberta Election 2015
Taking action forced changes on the tax on tampons, Bill C-51, and, of course, in Alberta. Don't stop now!
Lots has been said about Rachel Notley's NDP victory in Alberta. What is important to note right away is that the central campaign staff were also made up of well over half women.
No longer faced with Jim Prentice's proposed cuts, Alberta's unions can now breathe a sigh of relief with Rachel Notley.
Dear Alberta, Congratulations on your NDP majority win. Now here's five things you can do to help out and support the progressives changes that are afoot.
The Alberta NDP has won a majority government, and with that the Premier's office and a large civil service that has been carrying out tasks for the PC government for over 40 years.
Today, Alberta goes to the polls. Who will win? Well here's five reasons the NDP should win.
Alberta's not an NDP province? Well it doesn't seem to be a PC province either, according to recent polls.
Jim Prentice tells Rachel Notley "math is difficult." Jim, it's words, not numbers, that count.
Jim Prentice must be wondering what happened to the Progressive Conservative party's iron grip on Alberta politics. Well, perhaps Rachel Notley happened.