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Thursday, April 26, 2007

out yonder.

Apologies for the lack of posts this week, I hope I haven't disappointed my loyal readership (you know who you are... Anand!). It's been a busy week as I wrap up one job and am on the brink of transitioning to another.

Here's a roundup of stuff that caught my eye over the past week:

- I was sad to see that Michael Phair will not be seeking re-election in Ward 4 this Fall. Phair is one of Edmonton's strongest City Councillors and I was happy to be able to vote for him in the last election.

- The court trial fallout of the Ward 10 scandal is wrapping up in Calgary. An investigation into a scandal surrounding Calgary’s municipal elections revealed there was, “an organized but unsuccessful attempt to stuff ballot boxes.” This led to Alderman Margot Aftergood admitting her campaign team requested 1266 mail-in ballots and had them sent to a mailbox rented by her husband, David Aftergood.

David Aftergood, his brother-in-law and three other members of her campaign team—including two brothers of PC MLA Hung Pham were charged for violating the Alberta Elections Act.

Yesterday, David Aftergood was found guilty of one charge.

- This scandal makes me sick to my stomach. What do we expect to acomplish over there if this is how we're opertating.

- Gore stands up Stelmach. So much for THE DAYS.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Weird, that one article says Renner is Energy Minister, when he's clearly Environment Minister.