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The biggest pledge the Liberals have made to Alberta is to heavily invest in urban infrastructure.
Calgary strategic voting group 1VoteMatters identified leading progressive candidates across Canada in advance of the Oct. 19 federal election.
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Justin Trudeau's Liberals also managed to establish a tiny — but historic — beachhead at the base of the Conservative fortress.
Stephen Harper's team once again won all but a handful of seats in the province.
Twitter rears its hyperbolical head, again.
What's next for Calgary Glenmore.
Jim Prentice has resigned as leader of the Alberta Progressive Conservatives. He is also giving up the seat he retained in the provincial election in Calgary Foothills. He says he takes responsibility...
She pledged co-operation with Stephen Harper, even as her supporters booed the mention of the prime minister's name.
"Wow PC crushed and #Prentice wins as MLA and quits. Leaves Albertans on hook for by-election."
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Pinch yourself. And here are three other surreal highlights.
Alberta's energy sector is bracing for change today, as the Progressive Conservatives' more than 40 year reign comes to an end. In their place -- the NDP. Rachel Notley's NDP governmen...
It's the end of an era for the Progressive Conservatives.
They could only watch as their dynasty drowned beneath an orange wave.
Here's a look at some of the party's key platform planks.