Category Archives: Alberta

A political party that is willing to adapt!? Meet the Alberta Party

by DJ Kelly February 24, 2010

It is not very often you hear about a political party being willing to rethink all of its policies and principles. Somehow in the process of moulding themselves into representing what the majority of citizens want, these core ideals that formed the initial impetus for the creation of the party – sometimes decades old and […]

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Comparing Budget 2010 to Budget 2009

by DJ Kelly February 9, 2010

Did you know you can download the ministerial business plans from Alberta.ca? With today’s Budget announcement and everything available at budget2010.alberta.ca, I thought, “I wonder if budget2009.alberta.ca looks anything alike?” Well it turns out not only do the sites look and function the same, they have much the same information. Meaning it is VERY easy […]

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Manning Centre’s Conference on Alberta’s Future

by DJ Kelly February 7, 2010

When I first heard about the Manning Centre’s Conference on Alberta’s Future, as someone who values ANY conversation about a better path forward, I eagerly signed up. No conversation is bad conversation. I then spent the next month being extremely excited about the prospect of the discussions this – no doubt – smart group of […]

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The Wildrose Alliance and being new

by DJ Kelly January 6, 2010

It seems strange to me to congratulate someone who is effectively spewing venom. But I feel proud of Rob Anderson for switching allegiance from the Alberta PCs to the Wildrose Alliance. No sooner had he made the announcement and he began immediately exposing the dark corners of the Government he had supported and loved so dearly not […]

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Year-End Blog Review

by DJ Kelly January 3, 2010

As 2009 comes to a close I wanted to take a look back. It was a good year for me personally and I think this blog shows some of the highlights that come to my mind when I reminisce about the last year of the decade. I could simply select my favourite posts, but I […]

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