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Alberta Politics: Cue the crickets: Where are the media warnings Canada Post bosses are ‘holding the country to ransom’?

PHOTOS: Locked out postal workers in a past dispute in Halifax (HalifaxMediaCoop.ca photo). Below: St. Albert resident’s illegal “Restore door to door” sign (CBC photo), Controversial Canada Post CEO Deepak Chopra, CUPW President Mike Palecek, an… . . . → Read More: Alberta Politics: Cue the crickets: Where are the media warnings Canada Post bosses are ‘holding the country to ransom’?

Alberta Diary: There’s no better time than right now for non-union employees of the City of St. Albert to look for union protection

St. Albert’s 2013 civic election campaign was pretty dirty, as the illustration above, grabbed from an anonymous blog during the campaign, illustrates. Since those kind of tactics seemed to work, the next one, in October 2017, is likely to be dirtier still. Below: St. Albert Mayor Nolan Crouse, Spruce Grove-St. Albert MLA Doug . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: There’s no better time than right now for non-union employees of the City of St. Albert to look for union protection

Alberta Diary: Moving on from the St. Albert Public Library Board: an occasion for bittersweet reflection

Your blogger with some of his fellow library trustees at last night’s farewell performance as chair of the St. Albert Public Library Board. Hasta la vista! Below: St. Albert Place. There’s no sign, but the library’s in there somewhere.

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Last night I attended my last meeting as chair, and as a . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: Moving on from the St. Albert Public Library Board: an occasion for bittersweet reflection

Alberta Diary: Campaign Diary Volume 14: ‘You’ll hear no irresponsible calls from me to slash programs’

Here’s a video of my opening remarks to the St. Albert Taxpayers Association’s all-candidates’ forum last night. Mayor Nolan Crouse, at left, and candidate Ted Durham, are visible in the frame.

Here’s the heart of my opening remarks to the St. Alberta Taxpayers Association (SATA) all-candidates forum at the Arden Theatre in . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: Campaign Diary Volume 14: ‘You’ll hear no irresponsible calls from me to slash programs’

daveberta.ca - Alberta politics: Smear campaigns and anonymous groups dominate St. Albert election

TweetA rash of anonymous and semi-anonymous third-party groups have emerged with plans to influence the outcome in the City of St. Albert‘s municipal election. With a population of more than 60,000, the second largest city in Alberta’s capital region has grown in leaps and bounds as the number of residents has increased by one-third over . . . → Read More: daveberta.ca – Alberta politics: Smear campaigns and anonymous groups dominate St. Albert election

Alberta Diary: Campaign Diary Volume 8: Why I’m running for council & why I went door-knocking Tuesday

Yours Truly, left, showing a patron the new automatic checkout machine at the St. Albert Public Library, one of the facilities in our community that’s worth making an effort to protect. The library is located in St. Albert Place, at 5 St. Anne St.

A good friend of mine asked me in an . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: Campaign Diary Volume 8: Why I’m running for council & why I went door-knocking Tuesday

Alberta Diary: Regional planning, an idea whose time has come again, whether Redwater likes it or not!

The region covered by Alberta’s Capital Region Board. Below: St. Albert Mayor Nolan Crouse, Redwater Mayor Mel Smith and Sturgeon County Mayor Don Rigney.

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The Town of Redwater has petitioned Alberta’s Municipal Affairs Minister to be allowed to quit the Capital Region Board – a plea that no doubt elicited a . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: Regional planning, an idea whose time has come again, whether Redwater likes it or not!

Alberta Diary: Purely local issues: Fear and loathing on St. Albert’s dog runs

Lots of St. Albertans love their dogs and want to see them run. St. Albert dog owners, of course, may not be exactly as illustrated. Below: Councillor Malcolm Parker striking out with his leash law idea.

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If you don’t think much about municipal politics, you may not realize that among . . . → Read More: Alberta Diary: Purely local issues: Fear and loathing on St. Albert’s dog runs