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John Arthur Bell Nov 12
"Researcher" tells us where environmental money is coming from. No one tells us where her money is coming from.
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Clare Clancy 19h
Replying to @edmontonjournal
Here is a list of the schools that was provided to media.
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Keean Bexte Nov 11
Now now, no need for name calling. All I am saying is that John's message was fundamentally about free speech - about the state determining what you can and can't say. The NDP are only gaining ground when the UCP concedes to the thought police.
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Clare Clancy 19h
Education Minister David Eggen is holding a news conference right now. He says 28 out of 94 accredited, funded private schools haven't met the requirements under Bill 24 (on gay-straight alliances). He has said these schools risk losing their grant for 2019-20.
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Clare Clancy 18h
UCP Leader Jason Kenney starts off his speech to the Edmonton Chamber of Commerce.
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Calgary Herald Nov 13
Identities of two NDP MLAs accused of sexual misconduct remain confidential to protect complainants, says premier
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Bob Gramsci Nov 13
Replying to @JimStorrie @3conomic
Sure looks like to me.
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Tzeporah Berman Nov 13
Of course groups working to ensure safer climate & environmental laws raise money from all over the world. (So does oil & gas industry. Majority of shareholders Oilsands co’s not Canadian.)The rest of so called research is fear mongering and conjecture.
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Richard Starke 8h
In response to a number of requests, here’s a link to the article on hyperpartisanship I wrote for the Canadian Parliamentary Review.
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Clare Clancy 21h
Trade Minister Deron Bilous has a news conference on the Keep Canada Working campaign. He starts by saying "Ottawa needs to wake up."
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Damien C. Kurek 21h
Another appointed candidate from the "not so democratic" party. Proof:
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Paige T. MacPherson 16h
If is talking about lifting the arbitrary cap on the number of Alberta charter schools, which outperform all other school types & save govt money, that is GREAT for students! (Hope other provinces are taking notes too.)
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Handmaids For Kenney 15h
Replying to @CBCEdmonton
That’s not what he said two weeks ago. Either he does have the power or he was lying. Which is it?
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Rachel Notley Nov 13
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Unite Alberta 14h
Apparent standard amongst some in : Comments of private citizen who happens to be a rank & file member (i.e. no position & doesn't speak for party) of with 141,000 members outweighs TWO sexual investigations into unnamed sitting NDP MLAs.
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Unite Alberta 14h
Replying to @UniteAlberta
Hard not to be cynical and think Stephen Harper had a point with this one.
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Spencer Bennett 14h
What the UCP member said was completely out of line...but he is a MEMBER. What exactly were the NDP MLA’s accused of? Was it a high raking cabinet minister in a swing riding? MLA’s should have a higher standard than members. The media is biased
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Shite Jay Says 18h
And look at the lawyer named in the article - the favourite potato masher. Must have heartburn every day - with all that boiling hate deep in his belly.
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