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"What a day for Albertans!"
The parties have been meeting for the last two months to discuss a deal.
Notley's been the target of violent threats since becoming premier.
Controversies have had some questioning Jean's leadership.
"Any interpretation of the column collaborated on by the nine Wildrose MLAs as dismissing the Holodomor as a horrendous act was completely unintentional."
Wildrose Leader Brian Jean says he "absolutely" supports the pipeline.
The MLA will be hiring a social media manager.
The finance critic was suspended late Friday night.
Wildrose Leader Brian Jean signed off on the comments.
Wynne was in Calgary to meet with Nenshi and Calgary business leaders.
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"Interest payments will soon be the largest expense in government."
Hate to be the bearer of bad news, but there does seem to be a future for the industry. In fact, if we're not careful, B.C. could be overrun by lobbyists. Last year, there were 2,502 in-house and consultant lobbyists registered in the province, up from 1,451 four years ago. Whoever said the B.C. Jobs Plan wasn't working?
Mark Wells is the new managing director of the Public Affairs Bureau.
NDP Finance Minister Joe Ceci has acknowledged that a message was sent with Thursday's victory by the Opposition Wildrose in Calgary-Foothills.