Stirrings of change in Alberta
Government slipping in polls as Klein’s departure nears; royalties get a tweaking; new directions sought to reap more from energy resources
For Petroleum News
Alberta is entering one of those rare moments in its history, when political change occurs.
For almost three quarters of a century, the province has been governed by only two political parties — Social Credit from 1935 to 1971 and the Conservatives ever since — and six premiers (one of whom lasted....
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Standalone projects no longer make sense
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