The president of the Big Country Oilmen's Association also said he thought murdered MP Jo Cox was a man.
"Girl, I'll let you fully overtake my instrument of production."
The investigation was launched by an anonymous tip.
A majority voted in support of Premier Rachel Notley's leadership.
Controversies have had some questioning Jean's leadership.
“We don’t have the ability to write-off or to otherwise pay for the taxes."
Calgary-Hayes MLA Ric McIver has served as the PC's interim leader.
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"Any interpretation of the column collaborated on by the nine Wildrose MLAs as dismissing the Holodomor as a horrendous act was completely unintentional."
Conservative leaders across the country are just now poking their heads out of their foxholes and acknowledging that yes, carbon taxes are not the job-killing boogeyman the Harper government tried (and tried and tried) to frame them as. These same conservative leaders are now going on the record on carbon taxes and blazing a trail that Wildrose leader Brian Jean is studiously ignoring.
Wildrose Leader Brian Jean says he "absolutely" supports the pipeline.
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The MLA will be hiring a social media manager.
Outside of the bilateral relationship with its U.S. ally, foreign aid is not something Canadians are accustomed to. That's why eyebrows were raised when a contingent of 300 African firefighters landed in Edmonton to lend a hand. Three hundred -- that's 100 more firefighters than the U.S. is sending Canada's way to battle the historic blaze.
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The finance critic was suspended late Friday night.
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As Alberta rolls out its climate plan this kind of deal starts to make more and more sense. Hedging yourself and your organization against future carbon risk is just the smart and money-saving thing to do. As other school boards and municipalities start to complain about the carbon tax it's worth holding up these 25 school boards as an example of what you can do to mitigate carbon risk.
As a backbencher in Ottawa, no one paid much attention to Brian Jean. But now that's he's the leader of the Official Opposition here in Alberta, what has he actually said -- on the record -- about the environment, climate change, wind energy and carbon pricing? Let's look and see.
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Wynne was in Calgary to meet with Nenshi and Calgary business leaders.
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The Alberta government's plan to phase out coal and ramp up renewables is unequivocally a good thing. Costs for renewables have dropped sharply and coal just isn't worth it when you factor in the health and carbon costs.
We're looking at roughly 220,000 payday lending customers here in Alberta. Thankfully the NDP government here in Alberta has announced new legislation on payday lending. The government is proposing the lowest payday lending rates in the county while simultaneously fostering better alternatives to help people get short-term credit.
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But the disaster remains a dicey political proposition with limited upside and a lot of downside.
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Last time we checked in with the Wildrose on climate change MLA Rick Strankman was asking the government to table specific research on why the government was bringing in a key part of its climate change plan -- coal phase out.
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Today in Alberta there is a debate about parental rights v. the rights of LGBTQ kids. It centres around the obligation of a school teacher to whom a student discloses their orientation or gender identity to tell that student's parents. I was fortunate that my parents were supportive and understanding. Not all kids are so fortunate.
"In a situation where Trudeau isn't qualified or trained to make decisions, he is listening to the guidance of the people who are educated and do this for a living."
The politician urged residents to "please, please, please get out" of the area.
Here's some of the key events.
The group wants to provide a "united alternative" to the NDP.
Notley says she wants to avoid finger-pointing.
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Transalta is one of Alberta's largest electricity generation companies and they own and operate a lot of Alberta's thermal coal generation assets. They recently held their annual general meeting and the news and quotes coming out of it are enough to give you pause. So let's look into this.
Breanna Palmer says the emails were fabricated.
"Our public school systems are stretched to the limit."