Premier Dave Hancock announced the plan for new licence plates for Alberta in Calgary on July 8. A recent public-opinion poll of 603 Albertans shows the majority of those surveyed are in favour of keeping "Wild Rose Country" on Alberta's licence plates, writes Graham Thomson, who says the government botched the whole matter.
The three candidates vying to become the next Progressive Conservative party leader and premier said Thursday they want to revisit the current online voting competition to pick the province's next licence plate.
The men running to become the next Progressive Conservative leader - and Alberta premier - say they are closely watching the proposed sale of AltaLink as the debate heats up over the planned purchase of the transmission company by Berkshire Hathaway.
The Canadian Taxpayers Federation is bringing its debt clock to Fort Macleod on Monday, July 14. The clock, shown here at the Alberta Legislature in January, will be parked across from the Fort Museum from 3:15-3:45 p.m. Fort Macleod and district residents concerned with Alberta's mounting debt can send a message next week to the government.