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Alberta Agriculture Minister Oniel Carlier (front left) and Alberta Beef Producers Chair Bob Lowe (front right). GoA Photo
David J. Climenhaga | Continuing to make farmers fund agricultural check-off organizations, some of which function almost as auxiliaries of the Wildrose Opposition, is not going to help the Alberta NDP.
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Oneil Carlier
David J. Climenhaga | It's time for the NDP to get over their rude welcome to governing and get back to implementing the progressive agenda they were elected to enact.
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Anti-Carbon-Tax Rally
David J. Climenhaga | Saturday's conservative anti-carbon-tax rally got seriously off message -- and the new message it conveyed will be hard for the Wildrose, PC and Conservative parties to shake.
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Oneil Carlier
David J. Climenhaga | The examination of Alberta's Agriculture Financial Services Corporation was spurred by an anonymous tip, the government says.
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Leela Aheer & Brian Jean
David J. Climenhaga | If you think voting rights are just theoretical, you haven't been reading your history, my friends.
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Oneil Carlier
David J. Climenhaga | Now that the NDP has given way on the points farmers say matter most, if protests continue it will be fair for those of us who don't have a dog in the fight to wonder if some other agenda is at play.
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Oneil Carlier
David J. Climenhaga | If the Opposition opposes Alberta's farm safety legislation with the lame old Tory excuses, they will be revealed as the same old Tory bag carriers for narrow special interests.
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Crowd at Alberta Legislature
David J. Climenhaga | Near the end of her remarks, Ms. Notley observed: "My friends, it is springtime in Alberta and a fresh wind is blowing." That assessment seems about right!