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"Stelmach plans to tour the province in January and February to meet with party members and other Albertans. If he wants to do whats right for Alberta he will call an election in the spring of 2007 not just do the Royal Tour."
"Amongst animals. Ted Morton, a social conservative backbencher who garnered widespread grassroots support in his own leadership campaign, was appointed minister of sustainable resource development, which includes forestry, fires, and fish and wildlife."
"This headline says it all about Ed Stelmach's, the new President of the Executive Council of Alberta, choices for Cabinet. 'This cabinet does not look like Alberta' Nope it's all rural. And like the rest of Canada rural Alberta is declining in...
"Others are now commenting on the Curse. Ed Stelmach being Alberta's 13th Premier will he inherit the Strom Curse? I have said so pundits from the right including his opponent Ted Morton have said so. And now the MSM are speculating."
"Its a day of joy in mudville, the safe guy won the PC Leadership Race...Ed Stelmach.Yeee Haw as Howard Dean once said. The joy the joy. Just counting the days till the dissolution of the PC's. They just elected their very own Harry Strom."
"For the Morton campaign it was all about Black and White, the politics of extremism and polarization. As always, his supporters at the Alberta Aviation Museum wore black “I’m supportin’ Morton” shirts and buttons. "
"This says it all bout Canadian Politics this weeked.Everybody's second choice rises to top It was the case for both the Federal Liberals and for the Alberta PC's. Ed Stelmach Is Alberta's New Premier"
"Calgary Sun Columnist Rick Bell, himself being attacked by BT bloggers, takes a swipe at the crowd of syncophantic Moronites, err Mortonites in the blogosphere. Unfortunately it's a column he should have wrtitten a week ago. He reminds them that it was Dinning, not Ralph,...
"Homelessness. I got a job but no home. It’s an unfortunate side effect of Alberta’s red hot economy. With the vacancy rate near the zero mark, and soaring house prices, the homeless count is rising in Edmonton with few short term solutions in sight."
"Look I am a political junkie with the best of them, I actually went to my neighbourhood pub last night and because there were no hockey games on, I got to watch the Liberal convention much to the chagrin of my bar pals. Though they understand that for me politics is like...
Dell is bolstering its IT service offerings to better compete with HP
"November 30, 2006 (IDG News Service) -- As Microsoft Corp. prepares to sell the business version of its Windows Vista operating system, Dell Inc. is beefing up its IT service offerings to compete for...
"Edmonton Journal political affairs reporter Larry Johnsrude claims to have been live blogging from the Calgary Roundup Centre on Saturday during the PC Leadership vote. Really. Must have been doing it at the same time his pals at the Calgary Herald were."
"This is a non scientific poll on the Edmonton Journal Website. The second ballot in the race to become Alberta Conservative leader and the next premier is Saturday. Who would you vote for? Jim Dinning 45.32 % Ted Morton 14.27 % Ed Stelmach 40.41 %"