Flu Shot Queue-Jumping Accusations

Flu Shot Queue-Jumping Accusations

01. 8.2014
The Alberta government is being criticized for allowing some to jump the line to get a flu shot, while others are forced to wait. “It’s...
Unions Take Major Objection To New Labour Laws

Unions Take Major Objection To New Labour Laws

The Canadian Press  01. 8.2014
EDMONTON - Two big Alberta public sector unions are moving ahead with challenges to new provincial labour laws.The United Nurses of Alberta...
Hearings Into Controversial Labour Law Kick Off

Hearings Into Controversial Labour Law Kick Off

The Canadian Press  01. 7.2014
EDMONTON - A hearing to deal with a labour law that imposes a contract on Alberta government employees will start one day late.The Alberta...
'Anders Has Had A Hard Time Staying Awake In The House Of Commons'

'Anders Has Had A Hard Time Staying Awake In The House Of Commons'

01. 7.2014
A tussle between Tories is brewing in Calgary where a group is preparing to challenge Conservative backbench MP Rob Anders for the nomination...
No Apologies For India Trip

No Apologies For India Trip

The Canadian Press  01. 7.2014
CALGARY - Alberta Premier Alison Redford is offering no apologies for her trade mission to India which begins this week.The trip to Petrotech,...
12 Leaders Tasked With Raising Alberta's Economic Profile

12 Leaders Tasked With Raising Alberta's Economic Profile

The Canadian Press  01. 7.2014
EDMONTON - Twelve business leaders have been appointed to the Alberta Economic Development Authority Board.Premier Alison Redford says...

Group Aims To Oust Anders, Says 'It's Time To Do Better'

Bill Graveland, The Canadian Press  01. 6.2014
CALGARY - A Calgary Conservative group says it will attempt to oust outspoken MP Rob Anders before the next federal election in 2015.The...
Accused Of 'Binge Spending' On 'Partisan Use Of Tax Dollars'

Accused Of 'Binge Spending' On 'Partisan Use Of Tax Dollars'

The Canadian Press  01. 2.2014
EDMONTON - The Opposition says Alberta's governing Progressive Conservative party should be forced to repay more than $1 million in taxpayer...
Reflecting On 2013

Reflecting On 2013

01. 2.2014
Wildrose Leader Danielle Smith says her caucus made a difference in 2013 by holding the governing Progressive Conservatives to account. "We...
'Things Are Coming To A Head'

'Things Are Coming To A Head'

Bob Weber, The Canadian Press  01. 2.2014
EDMONTON - Simmering disputes over the oilsands between Alberta aboriginals and the provincial and federal governments will break into...
Leaving Team Angry Behind

Leaving Team Angry Behind

Dean Bennett, The Canadian Press  12.30.2013
EDMONTON - From Team Angry to Team Advocate, Alberta's opposition Wildrose party enters 2014 with scars from some painful soul searching...
New Tax Powers For Calgary And Edmonton?

New Tax Powers For Calgary And Edmonton?

12.28.2013
Albertans take a tribal pride in living in a low, flat-tax jurisdiction. Local wisdom has long had it that the premier who raises taxes...
Hypocritical?

Hypocritical?

12.27.2013
Opposition parties say Premier Alison Redford is a hypocrite for selectively dismissing the findings of Alberta ethics commissioner Neil...
Province's Speeding Law Hits The Pedal

Province's Speeding Law Hits The Pedal

John Cotter, The Canadian Press  12.27.2013
EDMONTON - The police chief in Alberta's capital is renewing a push for the provincial government to give officers the legal power to seize...