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Who donated to the Lethbridge–East 2019 election campaigns?

I decided to go through the campaign finance records for local campaigns and find some information on the donors. Today, I’m doing Lethbridge–East.

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New board members announced for Municipal Government Board

Last week, the provincial government announced new appointments to the board of directors for the Municipal Government Board.

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Alberta’s new Economic Recovery Council filled with political donors

Last month, the Alberta government announced the Economic Recovery Council. Here’s some background on each council member, including political donation history.

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Alberta isn’t even trying to hide its postsecondary cuts

There’s a reason why the minister of advanced education isn’t claiming that they’re maintaining postsecondary spending. Because they aren’t. Not even close.

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AB finance minister approves lending AB government $25 billion

The Alberta minister of finance was given the okay to lend the provincial government $25 billion, the largest approval during his term.

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Alberta announces new appointees for 6 postsecondary boards of governors

The province announced new appointments to boards of governors of 6 postsecondary institutions. Plus, there was another one last month.

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$68M for continuing care pandemic funding isn’t enough

This week, the Alberta government announced pandemic funding for continuing care. It’s 36% less than what it should be.

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UCP appoints interim administrator to clarify role of MSA in electricity market

A recent report from the AESO found that role of the Market Surveillance Administrator and its oversight of the electricity market needs clarification.

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UCP raised health spending by 2.4% for COVID-19, after slashing it by 5.2%

The UCP government recently increased the health budget by $500 million in response to the COVID-19 pandemic. This sounds impressive, but context reveals more about that increase.

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A list of Alberta communities losing doctor care

According to the AMA, 400 clinics in Alberta are laying off support staff or considering closing. Here are some of them.