To the Editor;
On April 23 Alberta has the opportunity to replace a party which boasts that it is not your father's PC party. True words, a generation ago the party stood for individual freedom, fiscal responsibility and self reliance.
Today, under Alison Redford, we have a government which passed a budget, called an election then proceeded to promise more spending so far $3.4 billion but we still have a week to go. She is willing to spend whatever it takes to get the teachers on side, from the

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To the Editor,
On Monday, April 23, Albertans get to choose the direction of their government for the next four years. One of the benefits of living in a free democracy such as this, is the right to weigh the options, consider what is being offered by the various candidates and their party philosophies, and make a well informed choice.
I chose to become a candidate for the Progressive Conservative Party based on the positive vision for Alberta described by Premier Alison Redford, and her commitm

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Dear Editor:
Allison Redford and her PC party have taken away our Property Rights with Bills 19, 24, 36 and 50 removing our access to courts and much more. Next on their agenda is Alberta's Education with Bill 2, which will adversely affect Protestants, Catholics, Jewish and all parents' rights over their children's education. They plan to put Education under the Alberta Human Rights Commission, which has been given sweeping powers over the courts.
The Wild Rose Party tried to stop this attack

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To the Editor;
What is happening with Trochu Valley School (Tro Val)?
A major modernization project was approved for Tro Val School. The project includes demolition and new construction as well as renovations to some of the existing school.
Tro Val is old and not in very good condition. Why isn't a new school being built?
A Value Management session was held in March 2011 to determine the best course of action for Tro Val. Representatives from the town, the community, parent council, school staff

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