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The Alberta Progressive Conservatives are in deep trouble when the only PC making any sense is Ron Liepert (yes, that Ron Liepert, Alberta’s former finance minister and one man wrecking crew). Mr Liepert says it’s time for the government to … Continue reading
Alison Redford’s political career started with such promise. She differentiated herself from her running mates in the PC leadership race with a clarion call for authentic leadership (openness, accountability and transparency). However today she hit a (yet another) sour note … Continue reading
Question: How did the regulatory process for the Enbridge pipeline go so badly off the rails? I’m talking about the “no benefit/no pipe” rhetoric coming from the Alison Redford and Christy Clark camps which threatens to upend Enbridge’s Northern Gateway … Continue reading
What’s up with Canadian premiers and their infatuation with secret meetings? There are two types of secret meetings: those that give the premiers an opportunity to test drive a contentious position to gauge political support (a “trial balloon”) and those … Continue reading