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2010 Year-End Blog Review

by DJ Kelly January 3, 2011

On this exact day (January 3) of last year I wanted to take a look back at the previous year as viewed through the eyes of my blog. At the time I said 2009 “was a good year for me personally and I think this blog shows some of the highlights that come to my […]

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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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How not to administer a vaccine program

by DJ Kelly November 7, 2009

Markham Hislop has a great op-ed piece on his South East Calgary News site right now. He presents his case for why the Alberta Government does not deserve the criticism they are being shellacked with right now over their handling of the H1N1 vaccination program. If there is one thing I hate it is people […]

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Why Stelmach looks disingenuous today

by DJ Kelly October 15, 2009

Let me be clear: I have nothing against Ed Stelmach. Generally speaking I think the PC government of Alberta is doing a pretty decent job. I’m not happy with them all the time, but a lot of the stuff they get slack crap for would come the government’s way regardless of what party was in […]

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