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Lingering beef ban puzzles expert - Sunday, July 27, 2003
EDMONTON - The United States should have already started to lift its ban on Canadian beef and cattle, says the American expert who was part of an international panel reviewing Canada's mad cow investigation. (full story)

Western Reform? Martin just doesn't get it... - Wednesday, July 23, 2003
Liberal leadership front-runner Paul Martin has completely misread the mood of the West by promising a reform package that offers more Liberal patronage and big government, says Canadian Alliance Leader Stephen Harper. (full story)

The mad cow clock is ticking on the Tories - Wednesday, July 23, 2003
So Ralph Klein has decided not to condemn the SARS-Rolling Stones concert in Toronto after all. To the contrary, Alberta's premier plans on being there on July 30 to boogie with Mick Jagger and the boys, plus a number of lesser acts who are going to convince the world that T.O. is safe again. It's guaranteed to be a dud. (full story)

West in for disappointment on early Senate reform - Wednesday, July 23, 2003
OTTAWA (CP) - Paul Martin has no intention of reforming the Senate anytime soon if he becomes prime minister, aides said Tuesday, a stand that could hamper plans for a Liberal breakthrough in the West. (full story)

Alberta home to separatists - Wednesday, July 23, 2003
Next to Quebec, the separatist fever is strongest in Alberta. (full story)

Alberta's image takes a beating - Wednesday, July 23, 2003
Alberta's reputation has recently taken a distressing number of hits. The province has been offside on a variety of national policy issues, including the Kyoto Accord on greenhouse gas emissions, health-care reform, the legalization of same-sex marriages and the proposed creation of a National Health Council. (full story)

Ethane exports deflate Alberta's economic outlook - Wednesday, July 23, 2003
Former premier Peter Lougheed wisely diversified Alberta's economy two decades ago, and his expertise may again prove invaluable in the next phase of developing the province's petro-chemical resources. (full story)

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