TweetThe race is still in its early stages, but Albertans hoping the Progressive Conservatives leadership contest would spark a great policy debate about the future of our province are so far disappointed. The most notable news so far from this race has been the growing number of endorsements collected by front-runner Jim Prentice. While 45 . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Alberta PC leadership race is policy-lite in early days
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Bill Dumont, a South Cowichan watchdog scrutinizes government spending and shares his latest thoughts in this offering.
Mr.Dumont has had broad experience as a Forester and is well aquainted with budgets and financial matters.
Like many of you who will read Bill’s analysis I find myself both in agreement and . . . → Read More: Cowichan Conversations: Bill Dumont Is Unhappy With CVRD Spending
Will the wheels fall off the Alberta Health Services case for not paying severance to former CFO Allaudin Merali? At any rate, it sounds as if Mr. Merali, in blurry photograph below, hasn’t given up the fight.
Former Alberta Health Services Chief Financial Officer Allaudin Merali today issued a stout defence of the . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: Time to move on from old Alberta Health Services expense claims? Not just yet, thanks, says Allaudin Merali
Executives of Covenant Health enjoy a bottle of 2001 Il Piggione over lunch at Edmonton’s Characters Restaurant. Catholic health care executives may not be exactly as illustrated. Below: Liberalbertaliberal Leader Raj Sherman. Alberta’s health care gong show continued to wheeze along yesterday with another revelation by the CBC that a couple of senior execs at … . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: Expense account outrages? Only in government, you say? Puleeze!