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Uncertainty unfolds after Alberta elects new ruling party

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 For the first time in 44 years Alberta will have a new leading political party.  The New Democrat Party (NDP) has secured a majority government, the Wild Rose Party remained the official opposition, and the long-standing Progressive Conservative Party (PC) fell to third. We discuss the potential implications of this change.

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