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alberta election 2015

Canadians throughout the years have been convinced that they have only one choice to choose between either of the Liberals or Conservatives. This particular "doctrine" has ruled out any opportunity for other political parties to rule the nation in any way.
Bruce MacKinnon does it again.
Ed Schultz may be on to something.
Claims he's just "dealing in reality."
Twitter rears its hyperbolical head, again.
It wouldn't be the first time that the hockey team and the Prentice name have crossed paths.
Pinch yourself. And here are three other surreal highlights.
“Really, I was just joking around."
My birthday was a few days ago. In my phone call with my mother, I asked her if she had spoken with anybody in the family
Everyone has an opinion on what happened in Alberta, and, as usual, commentators delight in centering in on party politics to determine what really happened. But the real story is to be found in the collective frustrations of citizens themselves and how the once happy claimants to a prosperous province nevertheless pivoted in a fashion that still smacks of the unbelievable.
The tweets do the talking.
In case you are wondering, I did not vote for the NDP this election. But what I saw on social media afterwards scared me and I wanted to address the arguments and tell you why we should remain optimistic about the future of our province.
Alberta's voter turnout for yesterday's provincial election was the highest the province has seen in 22 years. According
They could only watch as their dynasty drowned beneath an orange wave.
"That escalated quickly."
This is democracy in action.
Who will win Alberta's provincial election is anyone's guess at this point. But that didn't stop Twitter from making their
With all the polls showing the 43-year long governing Progressive Conservatives trailing the NDP and Wildrose across the
Tomorrow, Albertans will elect their next provincial government. For over a week, polls have consistently shown the Progressive
"This is no time to be making change to an unknown commodity."