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2015

May

Power brokers unwittingly destroyed the Conservative party

Royalty Miscalculation Cost Alberta Billions, Expert Says

April

Royalties Fix Would Eliminate Much of Alberta’s Deficit

Alberta’s Income Inequality the Worst in Canada

Albertans more politically diverse than Tory streak suggests

March

Budget a missed opportunity to fix Alberta’s finances

Opinion: Post-secondary education not premier’s priority

Alberta’s Fiscal Problems Not the Result of ‘Overspending’

Opinion: For women, it’s the Alberta Disadvantage

Media coverage of ‘The Alberta Disadvantage’

Alberta Women Hardest Hit by the Alberta ‘Tax Advantage’

Focus Alberta tax talk on income, not sales

February

Opinion: Klein’s policies got us into this mess

Plan for a low-carbon Alberta

January

Politics leaves tens of thousands of farm workers without workers’ compensation protection

The meaning of Alberta conservatism

2014

December

Sad legacy of accountability deferred

Privatized liquor could cost Saskatchewan millions: report

November

Conference challenges growing wealth concentration

October

Alberta Energy Regulator unlikely to advance public interest – new report

July

For Harper government, bad policy is great politics

June

Tax advantage — but for whom?

May

Unions critical to well-being of all Albertans: new study

April

Who’s not voting in Alberta and why?

March

Beware the wealthy bearing gifts

Budget 2014 a missed opportunity to address inequality

Social Impact Bonds: An investment in the wrong direction

February

New fact sheet says Alberta could save billions by addressing growing inequality

Parkland’s Public Policy Research Manager on Alberta Primetime

January

Province says patient deaths at Calgary nursing home were ‘isolated incidents’

2013

November

Who controls knowledge?

New report highlights serious problems with elder care in Alberta

October

Alberta government misrepresents workplace injury numbers, says researcher

Report says Albertans should be wary of cyber charter schools

Online charter schools pose risk to public system

New report says city should reconsider P3 approach for Southeast LRT

September

Safety dividend means unionized workers fare better on workplace injuries

New report: Results-based Budgeting not likely to improve service delivery

Alberta a throwback to Medicis’ Florence

August

Liquor privatization: Did Albertans get what was promised?

July

Why Alberta should avoid another bitumen boom

June

Parkland’s Public Policy Research Manager on Alberta Primetime

May

New report: Alberta’s whistleblower legislation ineffective

Warnings from what Albertans think

New report looks at Albertans’ views on governance

April

Taking the Reins

Pipelines won’t solve our problems

Ralph’s mighty machine enfeebled

March

Alberta’s ‘Back to the Future’ Budget

Fairness is found in equality, progressive taxation

February

A majority of Albertans support a return to progressive taxation

Alberta has a new export: the petroleum trap

Contracting out maintenance of infrastructure has reduced transparency and put tax dollars at risk

January

Beyond the headlines

Alberta is Canada’s most unequal province

2012

December

The trouble with money

November

Alberta has the richest rich and the poorest poor in Canada

October

Saskatchewan’s Public Liquor System Superior to Alberta and BC private retailers

Shipping Alberta bitumen to China? It’s a very slow boat

Elite’s lectures on free lunches often spiced with hypocrisy

May

Way forward for Greece is unclear

April

For-profit health options fraught with peril

Cost of infrastructure private-public contracts impossible to track

New report highlights dangers of private health care

Royalty reform long overdue

March

Misplaced Generosity

Alberta’s Wage Gap Still Highest in Canada

Alberta could lead next national energy program

February

In Residential Long-term Care, Delivery Matters

It’s time Alberta stopped giving away its oil

Family Day on the Treadmill

Does anyone in government really care about Canadian jobs?

January

Harper must get fired up to deal with fuel shortage

2011

December

New report says markets are a poor solution to Alberta’s water woes

November

Edmonton conference to look at how workers are fighting back against attacks on their rights and dem

October

Taxes and the ghost of Bob Blair

September

The debt crisis: A case of false memory syndrome

July

What in tar-nation?

June

Billing Doctors

It’s time to fix Alberta’s broken revenue system - new report

Frontier Centre’s argument not based in fact

February

Tories’ gross fiscal mismanagement sells Albertans short

New research shows infrastructure spending is not out of control

Wildrose leader’s private model a flawed remedy for health care

2010

December

Treaty rights impacted downstream of tar sands

Generosity for energy sector, tough times for everyone else

November

Misplaced Generosity

Starting the debate

We need extra capacity, not vague Health Act

September

Health Care System Needs Action, Not a New Health Act

June

Tax the bads, not the goods

Calgarians ready for a mature conversation about taxes

Proposed changes to Alberta Health Act require reassessment

Nothing to gain and everything to lose

April

Refurbish and expand Alberta Hospital Edmonton: new research released

Searching for a reason for the Tories’ royalty cuts

March

The perils of corporatized water

Alberta’s wage gap highest in Canada

February

Coverage on the Remaking Alberta conference

“Robbing Peter to pay Paul”

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