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Brian Jean

Why Alberta’s Wildrose Party wasn’t being lazy in opposing morning sittings

The Wildrose Party’s opposition to earlier sessions of the Alberta legislature was a PR disaster, but also entirely valid
Brian Jean

Not the Brian Jean show: A Q&A with the Wildrose leader

Why Wildrose Leader Brian Jean believes the election proved his party belongs to a movement, not him
Rachel Notley

Say hello to Alberta’s new big-money party

The Alberta Tories have kissed their fundraising edge goodbye, as well as the corporate donations they’ve long been reliant on.
Jim Prentice, Danielle Smith

The Wildrose identity crisis

Colby Cosh on what’s left of Alberta’s Wildrose party
Danielle Smith

In Alberta politics, it’s out with the wild and in with the mild

Colby Cosh on Danielle Smith’s new ’Mildrose’ identity
Union members and supporters march to the Michigan State Capitol building to protest against right-to-work legislation in Lansing, Michigan

Right-to-work legislation isn’t worth it

If the goal is economic prosperity, simply lower taxes and cut red tape, says James Cowan
Katz

One big cheque from Daryl Katz, many bigger questions in Edmonton

The Oilers’ owner faces a probe over his gift to the Alberta Tories
Brian Mason.

10 more things you need to know about the Alberta election

NDP leader Brian Mason’s first words on reaching the podium? "The phone booth just doubled!"
Alison Redford

Alberta surprise: what went right for Redford

The PCs carried 61 of 87 seats
AlbertaElectionFeature

Alberta election: close but not touching

Under the circumstances, the election is nearly impossible to handicap