Three people have entered the race to become the new Progressive Conservative candidate for the Olds-Didsbury-Three Hills constituency, which includes the towns of Crossfield, Irricana and Beiseker,
Darcy Davis, Al Kemmere and William Stevenson are all vying for the position, to be determined by card-holding PC members, Nov. 26.
The youngest of the three, William Stevenson, 40, an accountant with a background in business and agriculture, grew up in Airdrie and regularly spent time on his family farm north of Crossfield.
He has been a member of both the provincial and federal PC parties ...
"Redford shows her Liberal colours; Clunkers, flip-flops can no longer be chalked up to rookie mistakes," by Lorne Gunter, Nov. 6.
Lorne Gunter has brought to mind what I have been saying for years.
There are a lot of liberals and Liberals masquerading around in the Progressive Conservative party, and thank God for that.
If the PC party were to espouse the true philosophy of right-wing conservatism, as they sometimes profess to do, it would no longer get elected in this province.
Think for example when Ralph Klein, who thought of himself as God's gift to Albertans, kept attempting to ...
Sagging in the polls and with several veterans headed for retirement, Alberta Liberals faced more grim news Monday when one of their most seasoned MLAs - Bridget Pastoor - jumped ship to the Tory government.
The surprise floor-crossing came just a few weeks after the two-term MLA for Leth-bridge-East was named party whip by new Liberal Leader Raj Sherman, who himself left the Tories last year.
"In my mind, this is not a partisan decision. I have the utmost respect for Raj Sherman, a man who stood up for what he believed in," Pastoor said at the legislature, flanked by Premier Alison ...