Time for change — in Alberta leadership?
Stelmach government faces owly, disaffected voters, with province’s largest city poised for Liberal breakthrough; one opposition leader wants to copy Alaska’s tax
For Petroleum News
There is one thing you can say about Albertans.
When they make up their political minds they’re tough to budge.
In the 103 years since the province joined the Canadian confederation it has been ruled by just four political parties — Liberals from 1905-21; United Farmers 1921-35; Social Credit 1935-7....
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Unhappiness deep in Calgary
Tax hike won’t hit 20%
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