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N. Murray Edwards
David J. Climenhaga | The spectacle of the CTF rushing to the defence of hard-pressed billionaires at the same time it is demanding pay cuts for ordinary taxpayers is … revealing.
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Parkland Chart
David J. Climenhaga | Even with a ban on corporate and union donations in place, right-wing parties will continue to enjoy a significant advantage thanks to corporate help.
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Rachel Notley
David J. Climenhaga | Also, Alberta's "Price Trough" is its new "Bitumen Bubble." Stand by for tiresome haircut and belt-tightening metaphors.
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Raj Sherman
David J. Climenhaga | Reports the Alberta Liberals are being investigated for donations made by Leader Raj Sherman have the potential to damage the credibility of both party and leader.
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Kelley Charlebois
David J. Climenhaga | The mighty Alberta PC Party -- whose ability to raise and spend money was once legendary -- is all but broke in the sense most ordinary families understand the term.
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David J. Climenhaga | If you want to put an end to electoral shenanigans, you're not going to achieve that goal by voting for either of Alberta's two conservative parties.
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Trevor Harrison
David J. Climenhaga | Researchers say: fully 84% of Albertans either agree or strongly agree that election-spending limits should be introduced in the province.
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O. Brian Fjeldheim
David J. Climenhaga | The important lesson from today's two big stories is quite simple: In PC Alberta, the law must be obeyed, unless you're a Conservative and you don't feel like it.
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Brian Fjeldheim
David J. Climenhaga | The suggestion election financing in Alberta has been a snake pit of illegality has been deeply disillusioning to many Albertans.
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O. Brian Fjeldheim
David J. Climenhaga | The government of Premier Alison Redford controlled the timing of three investigations this week, and readers can take it they were scheduled for strategic reasons.
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Conceptual drawing of the Great Leap Forum by Dave Cournoyer.
David J. Climenhaga | We could do something truly revolutionary and ask the guy who stands to benefit the most to put up a fair share of the cash. On second thought, that would never fly in Alberta.
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David J. Climenhaga | The proposed disposition of the revenue is pretty simple: it will flow out of the pockets of mostly poor people and into the pockets of extremely rich people.