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Greg Clark. Image: David Climenhaga
David J. Climenhaga | More than three weeks have passed since Greg Clark unexpectedly stepped down as leader of the Alberta Party, and there are apparently no candidates to replace him.
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Photo: Chris Schwarz/Government of Alberta
David J. Climenhaga | The big question now has to be whether, come the next Alberta general election, the reconstituted PC-dominated Alberta Party is likely to take more votes from the NDP or the UCP?
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Alberta Party Leader Greg Clark
David J. Climenhaga | Whether the changes at the Alberta Party are good news or bad news for Rachel Notley's NDP, or for that matter Jason Kenney's UCP, all depends on which way the votes split.
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MLA Karen McPherson (Image: Bob Hawkesworth)
David J. Climenhaga | Calgary-Nose Hill NDP MLA Karen McPherson will now sit as an independent MLA; Jeff Callaway will leave behind his role as a candidate to lead the United Conservative Party.
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Alberta Labour Minister Christina Gray. Image: David Climenhaga
David J. Climenhaga | Defeated Wildrose amendments called for end to Rand Formula, opposed first-collective agreement arbitration and tried to make it illegal for union supporters to visit potential union members' homes.
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Dr. Doug Klein, Edmonton family physician, Dr. David Ryan, St. Albert family physician, and Minister of Labour, Christina Gray.
David J. Climenhaga | Upon passage, Bill 17 will bring Alberta labour law as it pertains to unions into the late 20th Century and place it squarely in the middle of the legal mainstream.
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Alberta Liberal Leadership candidate Nolan Crouse (David Climenhaga photo)
David J. Climenhaga | Why should voters who support NDP policy -- even if they don't love the NDP -- risk voting for the Alberta Liberals? Nolan Crouse must answer this question to succeed.
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Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci. Image: David Climenhaga
David J. Climenhaga | As yesterday’s fiscal update shows, Albertans will actually have a rare meaningful choice in approaches to budgeting when the next general election rolls around.
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Dave Hancock Portrait
David J. Climenhaga | When by-then-premier Jim Prentice appointed a new cabinet in the fall of 2014, Dave Hancock was out, with barely a word of thanks.
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Greg Clark
David J. Climenhaga | No one would really mind if the leader of the Alberta Party crossed the floor of the Legislature to join the Progressive Conservatives … because no one would really care.
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Jason Kenney
David J. Climenhaga | Five attempted coups against Alberta political parties in the space of a year and half strongly suggests we are witnessing a real phenomenon.
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Prabhdeep Gill
David J. Climenhaga | This Tory victory on Calgary's multi-ethnic East Side certainly goes to the PC Party’s recent narrative that only it can win for conservatives in urban Alberta.