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Friday, September 16, 2005

Adam Daifallah On Alberta's Maturity

Alberta may be 100 years old but she still hasn't hit her prime.

Adam Daifallah thinks that everybody will be hearing a lot more from Alberta and thinks the province is 'all grown up'. He cites an article by Danielle Smith which outlines the mood of rank-and-file Albertans. Smith points out that Albertans are ready to play 'hardball' with those who want to take what is ours.

Alberta's new slogan may be

'Don't Fence Me In'

You heard it here first!

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