NDP leader Rachel Notley in Edmonton on 5 May 2015

Canada conservatives in shock defeat

A left-leaning party wins a surprise victory in Alberta, one of Canada's most conservative provinces.

Chairman of Melcor Developments Tim Melton, CEO of NPO Zero Ashif Mawji, businessman and lawyer Doug Goss, CEO of Clark Builders Paul Verhesen and CEO of Keller Construction John Cameron

Corporate business leaders warn of risks to Alberta NDP government

New kids on the block: Alberta’s NDP government a diverse bunch | Globalnews.ca

New kids on the block: Alberta’s NDP government a diverse bunch

Socialists elected in Canada& oil patch? Alberta election gets noticed in U.

Idiot... The new reality for crude prices is setting in for Canada's energy industry and consumers, as oil has consistently traded in and around $50 dollars US a barrel for weeks.  In part 1 of a 3-part special presentation, BNN speaks with Rafi Tahmazian, senior portfolio manager, Canoe Financial and Kevin O'Leary, chairman, O'Leary Financial Group about Alberta Premier Jim Prentice's plan to break the province's oil addiction and just who will survive the crude oil decline.

Idiot... The new reality for crude prices is setting in for Canada's energy industry and consumers, as oil has consistently traded in and around $50 dollars US a barrel for weeks. In part 1 of a 3-part special presentation, BNN speaks with Rafi Tahmazian, senior portfolio manager, Canoe Financial and Kevin O'Leary, chairman, O'Leary Financial Group about Alberta Premier Jim Prentice's plan to break the province's oil addiction and just who will survive the crude oil decline.

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Alberta is ready for Premier Rachel Notley

Voter turnout the highest in 22 years for Alberta  http://www.edmontonjournal.com/news/edmonton/Voter+turnout+highest+years+Alberta/11034902/story.html

Voter turnout the highest in 22 years for Alberta

HOME NEWS  POLITICS  Local News Crime National World Traffic The Notley cabinet: Where her top talents will come from  JASON MARKUSOFF, CALGARY HERALD More from Jason Markusoff, Calgary Herald Published on: May 6, 2015

Tax hikes coming to working Albertans, say critics. Premier Jim Prentice’s decision to reject tax hikes for corporations and royalty increases for the oil industry places an unfair burden on the backs of ordinary Albertans, say opposition parties.

Top 8 progressive changes coming to Alberta | Broadbent Institute http://www.broadbentinstitute.ca/en/blog/top-8-progressive-changes-coming-alberta

Top 8 progressive changes coming to Alberta

Alberta is ready for Premier Rachel Notley http://buff.ly/1EQAxNt  via @duncancameron #abvote #abpoli

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