|Alberta: Vote Ted - Friday, December 01, 2006|
Many, many Albertans are not even aware of this election.
|Jim Dimming.com - Thursday, November 30, 2006|
Check out the Jim Dimming.com website and some YouTube short Commercials on Jim Dinning and the Paul Martin $25k cheque as well as other Liberal related issues that dog Dinning.
|Wendy is upset... - Thursday, November 30, 2006|
Media Advisory - Canadian Gun lobby event features Conservative MP and NRA President
|Dinning living in the past... - Wednesday, November 29, 2006|
If you are a resident of Alberta and over the age of 16, you can vote. Memberships for the PC party of Alberta is only $5.00 at the polling Booths.
|AG slams ex-prison official for unearned salary - Tuesday, November 28, 2006|
Former CFL star Ron Stewart collected $325,000 in improper or questionable salary, vacation pay and expenses while ombudsman for federal prison inmates, Auditor General Sheila Fraser said.
|Opposition parties urge Tories to keep registry - Tuesday, November 28, 2006|
Members of the Dawson Committee for Gun Control, including the family of Montreal school shooting victim Anastasia De Sousa, joined opposition leaders Tuesday to call for tighter gun control.
|Quebec vote 'wrong direction,' says McGuinty - Tuesday, November 28, 2006|
TORONTO - Recognizing that Quebecois form a distinct nation within Canada is divisive and takes the country in the "wrong direction,'' Ontario Premier Dalton McGuinty said Tuesday.
|Liberals, Bloc win byelections; May finishes 2nd - Tuesday, November 28, 2006|
Bloc Quebecois member Raymond Gravel has won the byelection in Montreal's Repentigny riding, while Liberal Glen Pearson edged out Green Party Leader Elizabeth May to take Ontario's London North Centre
|Second Ballot Required in PC Race - Sunday, November 26, 2006|
CALGARY/630 CHED - The leadership race to replace Alberta Premier Ralph Klein has come down to a showdown between a former finance minister(Dinning) and a pillar of the old Reform party(Morton). Now a 3 way race: Morton, Dinning & Stelmach.
1st Ballot Results:
Jim Dinning 29,470
Ted Morton 25,614
Ed Stelmach 14,967
Lyle Oberg 11,638
Dave Hancock 7,595
Mark Norris 6,789
Gary McPherson 744
Victor Doerksen 87
|Bloc to support Tory motion on Quebec nationhood - Friday, November 24, 2006|
The Bloc Quebecois will support a Conservative motion recognizing Quebec's status as a nation within Canada - something one aboriginal leader says smacks of Meech Lake.
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