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Seventeen months ago Finance Minister Doug Horner announced a three-year salary freeze for public sector managers.
The numbers are in and they’re not pretty.
This month I would like to take time to step back from politics and pay tribute to the great work community groups do for our society.
Fall is upon us. Where has the summer gone?
Last week, the full extent of Premier Alison Redford’s broken health inquiry promise was made known to Albertans.
Since my last column to report to the constituents of Lacombe-Ponoka, there have certainly been many events
The month of June has kicked off the summer break with lots of good news items.
With Easter here and springtime looming, I think it is a perfect time to share a positive political story with you.
With the legislature back is session as of March 5, it will be an interesting time ahead.
On Feb. 9 I attended Premier Alison Redford’s Alberta Economic Summit in Calgary. I was hoping for a positive discussion
When Premier Alison Redford’s top advisor starts talking taxes, it’s a good idea to listen closely.
On Dec. 19, Albertans received an early Christmas gift from the PC government — but it’s one you’ll probably wish you could take back
A productive fall sitting of the Alberta Legislature wrapped up last week.
In the provincial election campaign last spring, Premier Alison Redford promised to change the character of Alberta.
It’s late October — time to kick into gear for the fall session in the Alberta Legislature.
Albertan taxpayers were reminded how some Albertans are more equal than others, to reference a famous novel.
Summer is almost over and it has been an extremely busy one.
The Wildrose official opposition has long highlighted the culture of entitlement and patronage that exists with a provincial government