Finance Minister Joe Ceci’s call for no wage hikes for public-sector unions a risky strategy for New Democrats

PHOTOS: Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci at yesterday’s news conference in Edmonton (Photo: Government of Alberta). Below: Alberta Premier Rachel Notley, her former chief of Staff, Brian

Ex-leadership candidate Thomas Lukaszuk vows to pen tell-all book on Alison Redford’s rule

I’ve gotta say, I’m really looking forward to my free copy of Thomas Lukaszuk’s tell-all book about how he tried to save the Redford Government but the premier

Finance minister’s joint news conference with civil service union leader sure looked like a total climb-down

There's no question, after a year of something approaching total warfare between the Government of Alberta and its civil service union, it was unnerving to see Alberta Union

Four-year, 6.75% AUPE tentative agreement ends threat of open war between civil service union and Hancock Government

The threat of open warfare between Alberta’s government and its largest union over the contract for unionized civil servants ended yesterday, after the ruling Progressive Conservative dynasty, nervously

Will Alison Redford fire Thomas Lukaszuk? She needs to, but don’t count on it happening!

In any normal business, Alberta Labour Minister Thomas Lukaszuk would be finished. After the There’s no question Mr. Lukaszuk – first as deputy premier, then after his demotion to

Valentine’s Day injunction all but massacres Redford Government’s credibility in fight with Alberta Union of Provincial Employees

Mr. Justice Denny Thomas of the Alberta Court of Queen’s Bench did not merely accept the arguments of the Alberta Union of Provincial Employees when he slapped an

Oh to be a fly on the cabinet room wall today! Court grants stay on application against AUPE of Bill 46 until Valentine’s Day

Who wouldn’t want to be a fly on the wall at today’s meeting of the Redford cabinet when the topic of yesterday’s ruling by Court of Queen’s Bench

Alberta government ponders ‘options’ as independent arbitrator overturns firing of jail guards who took part in illegal strike

An independent arbitrator has overturned the firing of four Correctional Officers who took part in the illegal April 2013 strike that the Redford Government claims prompted its unconstitutional