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daveberta.ca - Alberta politics: When is the next Alberta election?

Tweet With the governing Progressive Conservatives selecting their new leader in September 2014, there is growing suspicion that Albertans could be going to polls sooner than expected. While Alberta’s next strange “three-month fixed election period” is not until 2016, a loosely written law may allow the next premier to trigger an early election. According to . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: When is the next Alberta election?

Valerie Burns: On Michael Sona

Officials from Elections Canada have laid an information in a Guelph court alleging one charge against Michael Sona, a former Conservative Party of Canada staffer and campaign executive.

You guys know I don’t blog often. I greet most political issues with a sens of ennui, and most ‘debates’ frustrate me as tired screaming matches . . . → Read More: Valerie Burns: On Michael Sona

Impolitical: To overspend or not to overspend, that is a Conservative question

Kudos to the reporter who pursued Penashue here. What a rare treat to see a politician, in Canada, quizzed like this. It really should happen more often and ideally, to the Prime Minister. A gal can dream, hey?

Really, the questions could have gotten even more aggressive with Penashue. If you are curious as . . . → Read More: Impolitical: To overspend or not to overspend, that is a Conservative question

Impolitical: 7 Robocon lawsuits filed

The latest from McMaher: The Council of Canadians has launched legal challenges of May federal election results in seven ridings, on behalf of electors living in those ridings. The ridings are: Don Valley East (Lib Ratansi defeated by Con, 890 votes), Winnipeg South Centre (Lib Neville defeated by Con, 722 votes), Saskatoon-Rosetown-Biggar (Con Block won . . . → Read More: Impolitical: 7 Robocon lawsuits filed