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It's time to begin Alberta's next chapter

Before jumping to my main message, I want to thank Premier Ed Stelmach for his many years of public service to his community and to our province.

Leaders lead. It's Morton's turn.

Last week, Premier Ed Stelmach announced he will not seek re-election, an announcement aimed at saving the Progressive Conservative Party from being crushed during the next general election.

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It's time to begin Alberta's next chapter

Before jumping to my main message, I want to thank Premier Ed Stelmach for his many years of public service to his community and to our province.

Leaders lead. It's Morton's turn.

Last week, Premier Ed Stelmach announced he will not seek re-election, an announcement aimed at saving the Progressive Conservative Party from being crushed during the next general election.

Premier to Albertans: "I quit. I mean, I will quit. Someday. Maybe."

Here is the premier’s (other) resignation speech: My fellow Albertans, I’ve had it. I’m tired of this stupid job. I quit. I mean, I will quit. Someday. Maybe. I’m sick and tired of being a punching bag for political opportunists and media jerkwads.

Premier to Albertans: " I quit. I mean, I will quit. Someday. Maybe."

Here is the premier’s (other) resignation speech: My fellow Albertans, I’ve had it. I’m tired of this stupid job. I quit. I mean, I will quit. Someday. Maybe. I’m sick and tired of being a punching bag for political opportunists and media jerkwads.

Dangerous time for Alberta

Rudderless in a sea of red ink, this is a dangerous time for our province. Last week, Premier Ed Stelmach announced some rather preposterous resignation plans. The Premier says he will quit sometime soon, after this spring’s Legislative session.

Dangerous time for Alberta

Rudderless in a sea of red ink, this is a dangerous time for our province. Last week, Premier Ed Stelmach announced some rather preposterous resignation plans. The Premier says he will quit sometime soon, after this spring’s Legislative session.

" I've got 37 cabinet officers. Surely one of them has an appropriate brain!"

Meanwhile, in the deepest darkest basement on Parliament Hill, Stephen Harper and his faithful assistant Igor connect the final wires to the prime minister’s electoral machine… “It lives! It lives!” cackles Harper. “What lives?” asks Igor.