Bitterness lingers as Alberta's new royalty regime kicks in New Year's Day
Investment adviser Rob Laidlaw says he's holding onto a shred of hope that Alberta Premier Ed Stelmach might change his mind about hiking oil and gas royalties starting New Year's Day.
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#1 Dec 29, 2008
We have enjoyed prosperity until the bumpkins took the wheel of power. Now that it's off the road they are finding it to be worse. The tragic thing is they are into a strong mandate with no election in sight plus the options are worse for the good people of Alberta.
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