How will Alberta’s federal riding boundaries be altered?
Likely unbeknownst to most Canadians, commissions have been struck across the country and tasked with redrawing our federal electoral boundaries in advance of the expected 2015 general election. The process of electoral redistribution, which is done every decade, accounts for population change in the ridings which we elect Members of Parliament to represent us in the House of Commons. Separate commissions have been struck for each province.
Chairing the Alberta commission is the Justice Carole Conrad, who is currently a member of the courts of appeal of Alberta, the Northwest
. . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics blog: federal riding boundaries being readjusted in alberta.
Alberta Premier Alison Redford, not exactly as illustrated notwithstanding the Stetsons, has only one good card left to play. Is it an ace, or is it junk? We’ll find out tonight. Below: The real Ms. Redford and Danielle Smith.
As Albertans head to the polls today with large numbers of voters obviously in a mood for change and the media telling us a Wildrose majority is unstoppable, Progressive Conservative Premier Alison Redford may have only one good card left.If her hole card turns out to be an ace, it’ll be because of the caution of the significant number of
. . . → Read More: David Climenhaga’s Alberta Diary: It’s election day and Alison Redford’s hole card is all she has left: Is it an ace or is it junk?