Stelmach romps home in election
Faces mountain of energy-related issues from royalties to environmental challenges in Alberta, call for freeze on sale of oil sands leases
For Petroleum News
Albertans voted overwhelmingly for change March 3 — not a change of government, but a ringing endorsement of Premier Ed Stelmach’s campaign slogan of “Change that works for Alberta.”
In his first electoral test, the soft-spoken farmer was thought by many pundits to be in danger of ending up with a....
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