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thaddeusbbjs   , 34

from West New York


Alberta Wildrose Party: How It Has Changed Following Its Latest Agm

There was no text from the bill in the (news) release. It was image source completely proper," McIver told reporters. Liberal Leader Raj Sherman said the hair-splitting is irrelevant. "It's a lack of respect for the legislative process," said Sherman. "The rule here is we don't talk about bills until they're introduced in the legislature. "It seems as though the premier and her team are already campaigning for her leadership race, advertising bills that have not been introduced, that have not been debated, that have not passed." Redford faces a mandatory leadership review by Progressive Conservative party members in Red Deer on Nov.
More: http://www.globalpost.com/dispatch/news/the-canadian-press/131029/alberta-introduce-rules-road-usage-it-says-will-ease-traffic


aWe study how the storms work so that we will know what to attempt by way of control,a research team leader Dr. R.H. Douglas said. The study was sponsored by the Research Council of Alberta, the National Research Council, the Meteorological Service of Canada and McGill University. The researchers set up shop at the RCAF station in Penhold, near Red Deer, where they spent the summer collecting samples of prairie hailstones and masses of statistics. Some of the hailstones they had chilling in a deep freeze were at least as large as golf balls.
More: http://www.edmontonjournal.com/news/edmonton/1959+Alberta+hail+comes+under+microscopes+McGill/9099002/story.html

"(U.S. President Barack) Obama's not all crazy in this area and the State Department is holding the world (up) to say there has to be some standards there," said Tennant, referring to American hesitation about approving pipelines that would take Alberta bitumen south. The federal government is concerned enough to have tendered a contract Tuesday to buy $18 million worth of international advertising to reassure potential trading partners about Canadian environmental policies. The proposed Alberta Environmental Monitoring, Evaluation and Reporting Agency has no leaders, scientific advisers or permanent Kim Kardashian funding mechanism. First Nations say site web they've been left out of the process. One group has already announced it won't participate in the government's oilsands monitoring and another is dissatisfied.
More: http://news.ca.msn.com/canada/pressure-on-alberta-for-monitoring-agency-1

Gettystock In 2012, the Wildrose had a well-spoken, relatable, good-looking leader. CP Now, the Wildrose Party seems to have a pragmatic, politically savvy, good looking leader. CP Highlights Of The Alberta Election Here's a Kim Kardashian look back at some of the most memorable moments from the campaign. Wildrose Anti-Gay Blog Revealed A blog post saying that gays were destined to burn in a "lake of fire" for eternity was brought to light on April 16. Allan Hunsperger, a pastor who's running as a Wildrose candidate in Edmonton South, also referenced Lady Gaga's 'Born This Way': "You see, you can live the way you were born, and if you die the way you were born then you will suffer the rest of eternity in the lake of fire, hell, a place of eternal suffering." Wildrose leader Danielle Smith said she was aware of Hunsperger's religious views. Smith Booed, Mocked Wildrose leader Danielle Smith found herself on the receiving end of booing and mockery at a debate on April 19 for questioning climate change. "There is still a debate in the scientific community," said Smith before being drowned out by a chorus of boos and catcalls. PC leader Alison Redford said Smith leading the province would be an embarrassment.
More: http://www.huffingtonpost.ca/2013/10/29/alberta-wildrose-party-gets-more-progressive_n_4174199.html