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CBC Radio column: Usage-based Billing

by DJ Kelly February 2, 2011

In this alberta@noon column on CBC Radio One with host Donna McElligott I talk about the latest CRTC ruling allowing for usage-based internet billing, what it is, why they made this decision, and what it may mean for consumers. I also discuss the potential for it being over-turned by the federal government. albertaatnoon Feb 2 […]

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Metro column: Griffiths right man at right time?

by DJ Kelly January 28, 2011

It looks like Stelmach made the decision for us. There’s no need for an election to make it happen. There will be a new premier by next year. And in the wake of Premier Stelmach’s resignation the long list of potential replacements is starting to pile up. Ted Morton has to be the front-runner at […]

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CBC Radio column: Stelmach’s resignation, courts’ banning Twitter, and Egypt

by DJ Kelly January 26, 2011

In this alberta@noon column on CBC Radio One with host Donna McElligott I talk about the online reaction to the resignation of Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach and what it might mean to opposition parties. I also discuss the suggestion by the lawyers of Russell Williams that the tweets of journalists were harming the public and […]

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Stelmach’s resignation: Why he did it

by DJ Kelly January 25, 2011

While the timing of today’s announcement by Premier Ed Stelmach may be a surprise, his resignation itself should not be. For months there have been grumblings about how the Progressive Conservative party will handle the next election. The Wildrose Party has positioned itself as an heir apparent making room for all Alberta conservatives. Meanwhile disenfranchised […]

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Metro column: If you don’t know how to do it, hire someone who does

by DJ Kelly January 21, 2011

This week, the City of Calgary made an announcement that I think deserves more recognition than it got. It was announced the city has selected a public-engagement firm to talk with us — the citizens — about what we want to see in the upcoming 2012-2014 budget. It may seem like a no-brainer that the […]

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