Alberta Election Roundup
The NDP has suggested that meat packers shouldn't own cattle and that the province should establish a minimum prize for cows until the US border re-opens. link
Premier Klein has floated the idea of a referendum on any possible health care reforms. link
The opposition parties have all but stopped fighting the Conservatives and are now fighting against eachother over which will be the official opposition. link
The Alberta Alliance has promised an energy rebate of $1,400 a year to help with high natural cas and electricity prices. link
The Greens have their panties in a knot after one Tory MPP said putting a price on water would be one way to help with conservation. link
The election has essentially turned into a race between right wing Calgary and left wing Edmonton. The opposition is barely even advertising in Calgary and has put all their effort into Edmonton. link
The result of this election may not be in doubt, but that certainly doesn't mean there aren't interesting stories coming out of Alberta right now.