No redemption for the Wildrose, outed in a Lake of Fire five years ago today, and it’s Eastertime too

PHOTOS: Rev. Allan Hunsperger, whose beliefs about the eternal fate of people who live a gay lifestyle contributed mightily to the downfall of the Wildrose Party. (Wildrose Party

Was Lake of Fire 2.0, the 2015 edition, averted by an incompetent Tory war room?

PHOTOS: Former premier Jim Prentice, left, asks a member of his opposition research and strategy team what the heck went wrong on May 5. Actual Alberta politicians and

Wildrose may not run candidates in key Edmonton ridings, helping Prentice PCs at expense of NDP

NDP candidates Deron Bilous, at left, and David Eggen second from right, with former NDP leader Brian Mason and Leader Rachel Notley. Below: Disqualified Calgary Wildrose candidate Russ

If the post-Smith Wildrose Party’s really in a position to win a majority, this campaign will turn ugly fast

PHOTOS: A dust storm blows through Edmonton Saturday … or was that the Forum Research poll? (Mack D. Male photo, grabbed from Twitter.) Below: Pollster Lorne Bozinoff and

Two political general meetings in one weekend: Wildrosers conduct gloomy post-mortem while PCs flirt with characteristic hubris

Both of Alberta’s right-wing parties held general meetings this weekend – the ever-ruling Progressive Conservatives in Banff and the so-far never-ruling Wildrose Party in Red Deer. The PCs led

Guns ’n’ Roses: How ‘High River Gun Grab’ hysteria hurt the Wildrose Party

Día de los Muertos PUERTO VALLARTA, Mexico Danielle Smith's Wildrose Party lost the Calgary West by-election last week by 315 votes to Jim Prentice's Progressive Conservatives. Leastways, it's pretty hard to

The only hope for Alberta’s Tories now may be a call to Ghostbusters, or an exorcist!

Alberta’s Progressive Conservative Party is looking for a new leader, but what it may actually need is an exorcism, or at least the services of a good ghostbuster. Several

Rachel Notley will either enter the Alberta NDP leadership race today or hold the strangest news conference ever

Good morning, everyone. Although you may not have realized it yet, today is one of the most interesting days of the year in Alberta politics. That is because, later

Airdrie MLA Rob Anderson suffers torments as Allan Hunsperger and the Lake of Fire return to haunt the Wildrose Party

There is nothing the brains behind the Wildrose Party would like to do more than put the whole Lake of Fire fiasco that torpedoed their election chances in

Pride flags over Alberta: for real, or a cynical commitment of convenience that’s a mile wide and an inch deep?

Fourteen years ago, the Alberta provincial government led by Progressive Conservative premier Ralph Klein was convulsed with controversy at the thought of same-sex marriage. In the ensuing weeks, Mr.