Bill passes to fire Alberta election watchdog during probe of governing party

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EDMONTON — The Alberta government has passed a bill to fire election commissioner Lorne Gibson, raising questions about the future of his investigation into Premier Jason Kenney’s United Conservative Party. The government introduced the bill on Monday and invoked time limits on all three stages of debate and it was passed this morning. Prior to […]

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