So long, Denis; Hello Valérie … Plus ça change, plus c’est la même chose

PHOTOS: Just-defeated Montreal Mayor Denis Coderre (Photo: City of Montreal.) Below: Montreal Mayor-elect Valérie Plante, who defeated Mr. Coderre in the city’s civic election Sunday, and Saskatchewan

Notley Government navigates a profound crisis with grace and empathy, as even some conservatives begin to recognize

PHOTOS: Alberta Premier Rachel Notley, who has risen to the challenge of a difficult moment in Alberta’s history. Below: Municipal Affairs Minister Danielle Larivee, a scene from the

The Brian Jean Story: we’ve heard about the rags … why not the riches?

PHOTOS: Brian Jean in a screen grab taken during last Thursday’s Alberta leaders’ TV debate. Below: Mr. Jean with his mother, successful Fort McMurray businesswoman Frances Jean (grabbed

NDP gains traction, Wildrose comes close to full slate, but don’t count PCs out yet, promising polls notwithstanding

PHOTOS: NDP Leader Rachel Notley commands the attention of delegates today at the Alberta Federation of Labour’s biennial convention in Calgary (Olav Rokne photo). Below: Ms. Notley again,

Alison Redford returns and tells us to look in the mirror for the reasons for her fall

PHOTOS: Alison Redford leaves Government House on March 13, 2014, supposedly with a “work plan” she must fulfill to keep her job. A week later, she had been

Never mind the Mudville Nine: Nothing has changed, nothing ever will, that is all!

“Your health. Our promise.” It’s March 1, 2013, and then-premier Alison Redford announces plans to build a new cancer treatment facility in Calgary to replace the grubby and

The bloom is off the (Wild)rose – Opposition Leader Danielle Smith assailed by doubts, dissent and departures

These may be happy days for the Progressive Conservatives under Premier Jim Prentice, but the bloom is definitely off Alberta's Wildrose Opposition. Just weeks ago seen as a sure