Back in February 2013, then-Alberta-premier Alison Redford announced that, “recognizing the impact of falling resource revenues on our bottom line, my government will lead by example with a smaller, more focused cabinet.” At the time, the usual suspects in the provincial news media seemed to think her reduction of the cabinet from 20 to 19 . . . → Read More: Alberta Politics: Bitter Twitter commentators battle Dippers: Apparently size matters after all! Who knew?
TweetKatz booster lays out his side in ongoing arena negotiations with city BY DAVID STAPLES, EDMONTON JOURNAL SEPTEMBER 18, 2012 EDMONTON – Once again, Edmonton Journal columnist David Staples spoke out on the arena issue on Monday. What he said won’t please everybody. It will certainly make little impact on those who are dead set . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Staples: ‘I’m focused on making this deal work,’ Staples says
Alberta is the most urbanized province in Canada (81% of the population living in urban areas) and the Edmonton-Calgary corridor is one of the most urbanized regions in Canada.
Looking to put cities on the provincial election agenda, Calgary Mayor Naheed Nenshi is using the CitiesMatter.ca website to weigh in on why it is important . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics blog: making cities matter in alberta’s election.