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'It belongs on House of Cards': political rivals question Kenney's credibility after document leak

Alberta's Deputy Premier Sarah Hoffman and Premier Rachel Notley both accused United Conservative Party leader Jason Kenney of lying and questioned his ability to lead the province one day after CBC News obtained documents showing cooperation between the Kenney and Jeff Callaway campaigns during the 2017 UCP leadership race. 

'Optimistic' Alberta throne speech could set stage for election call

The moment Lieut.-Gov. Lois Mitchell finishes reading the speech from the throne at the Alberta legislature Monday afternoon, the election watch will begin.

Jeff Callaway campaign may have breached election law with services from Kenney campaign: political scientist

Alberta's election law may have been breached in an ongoing political scandal involving the 2017 United Conservative Party leadership race, a political scientist says.

'Play until you can't:' Ryan Straschnitzki focuses on sledge hockey instead of bus-crash anniversary

The 19-year-old from Airdrie was on the ice late Wednesday night in Okotoks for an intense one-on-one mentoring session with his coach and former national sledge team member Chris Cederstrand.

More details expected on how Calgary plans to pay its share of four major projects

More details are expected to emerge during Monday's city council meeting on how the city plans to pay its share of four major capital projects.

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