|Blog David J. Climenhaga | The Alberta Opposition leader's other ideas? Attack schoolteachers, and environmentalist David Suzuki.|
|Blog 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?|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | In a bombshell move, Rachel Notley's NDP government yesterday cancelled a $3-billion, 15-year contract with a private foreign multinational to take over medical lab testing in Edmonton.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Once prominent Wildrose MLA vows to tell it like it is and expose "cult-like practice" of political parties in new blog.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | NDP volunteers are energized and will make up in shoe leather what they lack in corporate cash. Still, it's a Goliath they're taking on, without so much as a slingshot.|
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | Fitting as her comeuppance may have been, I confess to a certain sympathy with former Wildrose Party leader Danielle Smith's instinctive reaction to her nomination loss on the weekend.|
What really matters to the Prentice Government? Market fundamentalism is pivotal, social conservatism is notDavid J. Climenhaga | Alberta Premier Jim Prentice's bad moment with the mirror last week came about because he was trying to avoid another topic: Alberta's need for fairer and more sensible taxes.
Revolving door still spinning at Alberta Health Services executive suite in wake of $3-billion 'Sonic boom'David J. Climenhaga | Little of the saga of how Alberta Health Services chose an Australian company to build and run a privatized super-lab in Edmonton, including the latest development, makes much sense.
|Blog David J. Climenhaga | The goal of the tight campaign window is obviously to help Premier Jim Prentice's campaign by keeping the opposition parties off balance as long as possible.|