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Alberta Politics

The premier’s office said threats and abuse are unacceptable.
Premier Rachel Notley will officiate the upcoming nuptials.
Whether it be a pipeline or a zipline, Rachel Notley isn't one to back down from either
He represents what Calgary has become and what conservatives are trying to smother.
He's the first champ from Calgary since Bret "The Hitman" Hart.
As a native Torontonian, I moved to Edmonton about three years ago. Most of my friends left Ontario when Alberta's economy was strong and every year that went by they encouraged me to come for the endless opportunities. They warned me about the racism here, but I thought they were exaggerating.
Is this the same Jason Kenney?
But the province is still clinging to a lack of sales tax.
It takes an incredible amount of courage and leadership to actually go to the principal at an outwardly Christian school and ask to start a GSA. To those students, you have my admiration and my respect. Students all over Alberta need to know that it can happen at their school, too.
It is always much easier not to do the responsible, adult thing. No one gets pleasure from taking care of that sink full of dishes that collected over the weekend. If only we had the good luck to be the Alberta Tories, we could just ignore our responsibilities for years and then have someone else clean up.
“We cannot tolerate this hateful language ..."
In what shall forever be known as Electricity Week, the Alberta government managed to flip the switch on five massive changes to the province's electricity system. Alberta's electricity market was broken. Now the Alberta government has fixed it.
"Rachel Notley convinced my dog to eat his own poop."
The premier made a heartfelt request to Albertans.
Hours after it was confirmed Jim Prentice had died in a small place accident in British Columbia, Calgary mayor Naheed Nenshi
We're being left behind by other countries and economies while we chase an elusive ideal under some imaginary rainbow. It's time for our leaders to stand up and draw a line in the sand and stop enabling these fanatics, lest they achieve their ultimate goal of completely shutting down our economic engine.
Notley's been the target of violent threats since becoming premier.
Jason Kenney has assured Albertans that even though his campaign isn't obligated to follow the rules everything would be above board. However, Kenney's campaign has chosen to go with the least transparent organizational structure available and Kenney has publicly misidentified Unite Alberta as a non-profit.
It's confusing, so we're breaking it down.