Monthly Archives: December 2014

Ladies and Gentlemen….Introducing Alberta’s First Wildrose Premier!

Like most Albertans, I watched the recent defection of Danielle Smith and 9 (more) members of her caucus to Jim Prentice’s PCs with a mixture of astonishment and disgust. That it has been a breathtaking example of political opportunism on … Continue reading

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The Godfather, part IV.

I thought I’d start this post with an understatement: It’s been a strange week in Alberta politics. The Wildrose party has, in the last year, given the PC government a glimpse of its own mortality. Now, it is the WRP that … Continue reading

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Is it the Accountability Act, or an accountability “act”?

It’s 9:00 Wednesday evening, and I just got home from the Legislature. The 2014 Fall sitting adjourned about 45 minutes ago, after passing Bill 2, the Accountability Act. The Tories and the Wildrose voted for it. The Liberals and the … Continue reading

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