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The Alberta Liberal Party is a provincial political party in Alberta, Canada. | Le Parti libéral de l'Alberta
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ENG: The Alberta Liberal Party is a provincial political party in Alberta, Canada. Originally founded in 1905, when the province was created, it was the dominant political party until 1921 when it was defeated. It has never been in government since that time. However, it had formed the official opposition in the Legislative Assembly of Alberta several times, most recently from 1993 until 2012. As of 2012, 14 different Liberals have served as Leader of the Opposition. Since 1976, the Alberta Liberal Party is no longer formally affiliated with the Liberal Party of Canada. Leader: Raj Sherman President Todd Van Vliet Founded: September 1, 1905 Ideology: Liberalism source FRA: Le Parti libéral de l'Alberta est un parti politique dans la province canadienne ...
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If you want a useful yardstick of the relative health of Alberta's opposition parties, you need look no further than the number of candidates they have nominated for the next provincial election. Using this measure, it is very unlikely the increasingly marginalized Alberta Liberal Party under Leader Raj Sherman will be capable of fielding a full slate of candidates on election day. There will be 87 seats in the provincial Legislature after the next election. Here is a prediction: The Liberals will be unable to field a slate of even two-thirds that number, and may only be able to find ...


Alberta Liberal Party acknowledges need to heed heart, head


Health care, education and the environment came and went. It was the subject of whether or not to appeal to Albertans on an emotional level, rather than an intellectual one, that seemed to stoke the fire the most at an informal talk by Alberta Liberal Party leader Dr. David Swann at the Red Deer Public Library on Monday night. It started when attendee Richard Townell mentioned that he read an article about why people vote against their own interests, specifically referring to the success of U.S. President Barack Obama’s emotional appeal on the campaign trail and apparent failure on the ...


Alberta Liberals prefer rebranding the province to renaming


The last time the Alberta Liberal party made a decent showing in a provincial election was in 1993, when dissatisfaction with the Tory government of Don Getty won them 32 seats, coming within 20 of the government. It was an anomaly, and a brief one. The party quickly sank back into also-ran status. It hasn’t formed a government in the province since 1917, and its seat count has edged into double digits just a handful of times since then. The Liberals have been just as hapless in federal votes. The last time they had a decent showing was ... well, never. The best they’ve ever done ...


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HALIFAX - A winter storm warning is in effect for Newfoundland as the blizzard that hammered the Maritimes on Saturday takes aim at Canada’s easternmost province.
Government vow on increased beds creates doubts
Doubts and question marks surround the Prentice government’s pledge this week to open hundreds of new continuing-care beds across Alberta over the next year in an urgent move to reduce hospital overcrowding and ER delays. Nearly three-quarters of the 194 long-term care spaces promised for Calgary over the next six months either represent no net increase to existing capacity, include a previously announced increase or are uncertain additions because the province’s health authority has yet to contract with the facility operator.
Aboriginal Affairs Minister John Duncan resigns over letter to judge
OTTAWA  — Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s cabinet is reeling from an ethical slip-up that has caused the resignation of its aboriginal affairs minister and left political critics questioning why Finance Minister Jim Flaherty hasn’t also quit. The political bombshell was [...]
Canada among worst offenders for hosting malware online: Report
OTTAWA — Canada is more likely than most countries to host websites with malicious software, and Canadians are more likely than most to become victims of hackers, according to a report that offers new figures on the growing world of [...]



 
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