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The video of plainclothes Quebec provincial police hustling premier-designate Pauline Marois from the stage in the middle
Albertans pride themselves on being straight-shooters -- why beat around the bush when you can cut to the chase? And, if
Cutting programs that help the poor may be politically expedient, but it is not morally right, and fiscally can have disastrous consequences. The commitment of poverty reduction is not seen from the current Alward government.
When Alberta Premier Alison Redford delivers her first budget in 2012, it won't be balanced, but she says it also won't be
Alison Redford was sworn in Friday as the province's 14th premier in a ceremony at the Alberta legislature in Edmonton. Redford
"Americans will get the jobs, Canadians will get the pollution." That's the talking point a union that represents workers
Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach said Thursday that people should not be surprised by the protest in front of the White House
Despite the need for bold leadership to rise above the dissonant cacophony of provincial voices and ensure concrete progress towards Canada's green energy future, the federal government remains content to muddle along, making ad hoc one-off deals with provinces. Canadians must directly challenge this incoherence.