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Horne under fire at town hall meeting over status of health care. With an election call potentially just weeks away — and Alberta's doctors promising to ramp up public advocacy — Horne and representatives from four opposition parties...
Don’t let the Alberta government tag fool you. What we’ve got here is a pure political piece of work, an ad where the provincial Tories want to get you to vote for them and they use your dough to try and do it.
Liberal Party leader Raj Sherman is accusing the provincial government of intimating the University of Alberta‘s interim Dean of Medicine & Dentistry Verna Yiu. Dr. Sherman tweeted that he could not understand why the interim Dean cancelled his grand rounds and suggested that the decision was caused by “the intimidating arm of the #pcaa.”
Without any sort of provincial direction and accommodation, all of these individual municipalities are forced to fight the exact same battles as the next community - wasting time and energy - and ultimately making progress at best slow and at worst, virtually impossible.
The Alberta Federation of Labour says energy companies exploited a loophole in the province’s (RT @Bruce4Varsity: Good read, AFL says energy companies made millions exploiting #abgov stimulus $ http://t.co/uykbK7Zc...
CALGARY — The Alberta PC party is set to launch radio ads tomorrow slamming the Wildrose for its stance on the province’s new drunk driving law and warning voters “Danielle Smith and the Wildrose: not worth the risk.” Premier Alison Redford is...
Alberta Liberal education critic Kent Hehr said he doesn't see the Tories putting money or a real commitment behind the full-day program. The Calgary-Buffalo MLA said the budget doesn't contain firm numbers for staffing or building new school infrastructure.
The president of the Alberta Urban Municipalities Association was handed a royal flush late last week, and when given the opportunity to lay down her cards and crow a bit during a Herald editorial board meeting Monday, she betrayed not the least...
The Redford government is under attack from opposition members over spending more than $1.3 million of taxpayers’ money on advertising campaigns — including $425,000 promoting the 2012 budget — just weeks before an election call.
Premier Alison Redford has nearly tripled the size of her communications staff and is spending $425,000 in public money to advertise her party’s proposed provincial budget, the government confirmed Tuesday.
If Alberta’s opposition parties were looking for some firepower to attack the long-ruling Progressive Conservative government, ammunition seems to conveniently keep dropping at their doorsteps as the province heads toward a spring election.
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