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"... nobody's privacy interests were considered."
A candidate may not raise or spend money until an official campaign has been announced.
The legislation passed unanimously late last year.
It's confusing, so we're breaking it down.
The Alberta PC leadership hopeful will launch a "Unite Alberta Truck Tour'' in Edmonton.
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Alberta has the most open beer market in Canada.
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Alberta's big utilities and the right-wing anger machine have been busy whipping up misplaced fear and being hilariously wrong over what is a fairly complex subject: the government's plan to sue utilities into honouring their electricity power purchase arrangements, or PPAs.
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The regulation was passed by the previous Conservative government.
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Edmonton City Council is asking Rachel Notley's government for the green light to create a bylaw to govern tree removal on private property. If Notley's government approves the ask, Edmonton City Council will make a bylaw that regulates what you can do to trees on your property.
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Alberta's markup on beer in increasing in August.
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Starting Aug. 5, Alberta will charge a $1.25-per-litre markup for all beer.
“I think it says a lot about this government wanting to settle past grievances."
But his bid does boost the PCs.
He's not the only one concerned.