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Alberta's NDP government is set to make an announcement about provincial education funding on Thursday as Alberta school boards grapple with a
Jody MacPherson's insight:
Alberta Teachers Association President Mark Ramsankar is encouraging school boards to "just spend some time and wait for the new numbers" in order to avoid making unnecessary reductions to staff. He said the ATA is aware of some memos circulating "showing support staff being used as part of a target to balance budgets."
"I don't believe making plans or building a budget on numbers that are old because they're the only ones available," Ramsankar said, adding teachers need employment certainty soon so they before the school year begins in September.
The orange tsunami that hit Alberta on Tuesday night was not a freak storm. When Rachel Notley’s NDP won a commanding 53-seat majority, pundits said the victory was “stunning,” “shocking,” even “a lesson from the increasingly unpredictable voter.”
Jody MacPherson's insight:
...Third, have the leader say: “My name is Rachel Notley, and I’m running to be your premier.” That way, you’re not asking Albertans to become New Democrats, you’re asking them to ask themselves: Who do I like best as my premier?
So true. So many political parties run their election campaigns like they're on a party membership drive. They are two different things.
Not only do you have to say what you stand for, but show that you know how to attract a wide range of people, organize and win. That's how you earn people's trust and their vote.
Alberta Party Leader Greg Clark said Tuesday the flat-rate living allowance enjoyed by MLAs who live more than 60 kilometres from the provincial legislature is too generous and offers no incentive to save public dollars.
The Progressive Conservative party that dominated Alberta politics for four decades has laid off all but one of its staff members and plans to close its two offices in Edmonton and Calgary following last week’s election loss, former party president Bill Smith said Friday. Smith, co-chair of a postelection transition committee with party president Terri […]
Pop culture crossed with politics today when reporters asked Rachel Notely and Jim Prentice which Star Wars character they were. And both picked Han Solo, because why wouldn't you? But we think you have better ideas.
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