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daveberta.ca - Alberta politics: #yegvote hangout – post-election “after hours” edition

Tweet Last night we hosted the final #yegvote Edmonton election Google Hangout. Not surprisingly, we had a lot of topics to discuss in our post-election “after hours” edition, ranging from school board races, new city councillors, and, of course, the mayoral election. When we started recording these hangouts in June 2013, I don’t believe many . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: #yegvote hangout – post-election “after hours” edition

daveberta.ca - Alberta politics: #yegvote Google Hangout with Kerry Diotte

Tweet Last night on the #yegvote Google Hangout, Ryan Hastman, Mack Male and I were joined by mayoral candidate Kerry Diotte. We faced some minor technical difficulties, but overall I feel we had a good conversation with Mr. Diotte about his campaign for mayor and some of the key issues he has been focusing on. . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: #yegvote Google Hangout with Kerry Diotte

daveberta.ca - Alberta politics: #yegvote Google Hangout with Steven Dollansky

Tweet After a week-long break from the world of political writing and social media, I was happy to return just in time for yesterday’s sixth edition of the #yegvote Google Hangout. This week, Ryan Hastman and I were joined by guest Steven Dollansky, who sat in for Mack Male, who could not make it this . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: #yegvote Google Hangout with Steven Dollansky

daveberta.ca - Alberta politics: Scott McKeen, Bev Esslinger enter open city council races

TweetWith three of Edmonton’s City Councillors in the mayoral election and two councillors retiring, there are now five open Ward’s in this year’s municipal election. With five out of twelve city councillors not running for re-election, the open races are attracting a handful of eager candidates. As first reported on this blog, former Edmonton Journal . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Scott McKeen, Bev Esslinger enter open city council races

Alberta Diary: Is a Wildrose ‘coup d’etat’ in the works as blog claims? Not very likely

Shades of Videodrome: Wildrose Deputy Leader Rob Anderson listens to Danielle Smith on a mysterious video about goings on in the Wildrose Party emanating from a French online video site. Actual clips from the missing movie may not be exactly as illustrated. Below: Blogger Kathleen Smith, Wildrose Leader Danielle Smith, Progressive Conservative Premier Alison Redford … . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: Is a Wildrose ‘coup d’etat’ in the works as blog claims? Not very likely