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Thursday's letters: Airport opponents won't miss Ambrose
In light of media fawning over Rona Ambrose as she announced her retirement from federal politics, I’d like to point out another side of the politician. In 2013, without environmental studies or consultation with residents, Parkland Airport was constructed south of Spruce Grove despite efforts of Parkland County and Enoch Cree Nation to stop the […]

Ambrose vacations on friend’s yacht during Trudeau vacation scandal
OTTAWA — The Conservatives confirm their interim leader took a Caribbean vacation on a billionaire’s yacht around the time members of her caucus were criticizing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau for vacationing on a private island owned by the Aga Khan. A spokesman for Rona Ambrose verified a report by political news website iPolitics that the […]

'It’s a sad day': Constituents react to Rona Ambrose's decision to quit federal politics
Rona Ambrose’s decision to leave federal politics is leaving constituents in her Sturgeon River–Parkland riding wondering who could replace her. “It’s a sad day for this constituency, it’s a sad day for Alberta and it’s a sad day for Canada,” said Terry Slemko, the school board trustee for Onoway with Northern Gateway Public Schools.

Graham Thomson: 53 days and counting, without a plan to unite Alberta's right
If you’re wondering what happened to the unite-the-right movement in Alberta, you’re not alone. I’m wondering, too. Puzzled, really.

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