A Tale of Two Cities: Where’s former Edmonton Mayor Stephen Mandel now that his city really needs him?

PHOTOS: Premier Jim Prentice, far left, and Finance Minister Robin Campbell, centre, thank Health Minister and Edmonton MLA Stephen Mandel for becoming invisible. Actual Prentice Government cabinet ministers

Business arising from the minutes: Unionized St. Albert workers sign deal; CTF Alberta director suddenly departs

TORONTO It was my intention, since I am away from Alberta on business, not to file an Alberta Diary post this evening. Truth be told, Friday night and Saturday

Justin Trudeau in Edmonton: dismiss this guy as a flake or a lightweight at your peril

I’m pretty sure it was in the spring of 1968 that I heard Pierre Trudeau speak in Victoria’s Beacon Hill Park. I think it was March ’68, as

Conservative former Edmonton mayor endorses conservative future Alberta premier: Yawn

If there was any real news from yesterday’s news conference atop the Chateau Lacombe Hotel in downtown Edmonton, at which Progressive Conservative former Edmonton mayor Stephen Mandel endorsed

More than 2,000 people make a point about the Redford Government in deeply chilled downtown Edmonton

When I was a cub reporter at the still-unhyphenated Victoria Daily Times – always a better paper than the Colonist, let it be noted – I was told