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Alberta Election 2012

Over the last year, the provinces of Ontario, Alberta and Québec were called to renew their representatives in their respective provincial legislatures. But Contrary to the trend in Ontario and Alberta, where the revelation of a candidate's bias would stain a campaign, Parti Québecois rose in the polls following the aforementioned disturbing disclosures, and even managed to win a minority government.
In retrospect, perhaps it is not surprising that the Progressive Conservatives managed to win their 12th consecutive election
Alberta's election result was a reprieve for the Obama administration. The reasonable Redford government will temper somewhat Harper's enthusiasm for petroleum realpolitik. Had the Wildrose Party won the election, Washington would have been in for a wild ride.
Tory Or Wildrose? An online quiz is trying to answer the Alberta election's toughest question while at the same time point
After trailing in the polls by a wide margin for the first two weeks of the campaign, Alberta's Progressive Conservatives
While 2011 was the year of the incumbent, 2012 and 2013 may see sweeping change in three of Canada's largest provinces. As
Justin Trudeau's boxing victory and the federal budget dominated political headlines this week, but "This Hour Has 22 Minutes
It's a problem that has plagued western Canada. Alberta is rich in oil, with billions of barrels worth sitting below the
An Alberta Progressive Conservative staffer has resigned after going rogue on Twitter. Staffer Amanda Wilkie (@wikwikkie