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United Right: Who will be the UCP’s Stephen Harper?

By Ian Holliday, Research Associate With Alberta’s Progressive Conservative and Wildrose parties formally joining forces to become the United Conservative Party, the conventional wisdom is that the days of Premier Rachel Notley’s NDP government are numbered. But a lot could

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They may not be entirely happy about refugee resettlement, but Alberta and Saskatchewan take in more than their fair share

By Shachi Kurl, Executive Director and Dave Korzinski, Research Associate February 27, 2017 – Holding a mirror up to society and reflecting back what our society is, rather than what we think it is or want it to be, can be uncomfortable.

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Prentice’s job approval dips amid slumping oil prices, budget pressure and election speculation

Manitoba’s Selinger – having won a narrow victory to save his job – sees approval improve.  March 19, 2015 – As oil prices slump to a six-year low and speculation swirls over an early election call in Alberta, premier Jim

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Most Canadians Would Block Proposed Takeover of Nexen

Practically four-in-five respondents believe foreign governments should not be able to control resources on Canadian soil.

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Redford Starts Tenure as Premier with Large Lead in Alberta

Health care is the most important issue facing the province, followed by the economy.

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Anti-Oil Sands Ads Could Severely Affect Alberta’s Brand and Tourism

Likelihood of Americans and Britons visiting Alberta plummets after watching the ad that portrays oil sands as an environmental hazard.

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