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When I learned Kent was running, I couldn’t stay silent

By Earl J. Woods Provincial election night in 2008 was a tough one for Alberta Liberals. As the results rolled in, we learned that we’d lost roughly half of our seats, and I’d suffered a not-unexpected but nonetheless embarrassing personal defeat in Fort Saskatchewan-Vegreville, coming in roughly 10,000 votes behind Premier Ed Stelmach. The night […]

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Kent has what it takes

By Nan Douglas In 1963, Martin Luther King delivered his famous “I Have a Dream” speech which spurred people into action, and improved the lives of so many. So, when I was asked to write this blog, I began to think about what my dream is for a better Canada, for improving the lives of […]

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Kent leads by example

By Simone Lee I first met Kent many years ago, through my activities with Pages Books on Kensington. Over the years he has been a regular attendee as well as contributor at book launches and discussions. He is a huge supporter of the Calgary arts community as a whole. Kent stands out, not only because […]

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Kent is a rare politician, indeed

By Karen Gallagher-Burt When asked to write a blog about my politics, my choices and ultimately, my decision to support Kent Hehr, I knew that I had to reflect carefully on what were the “right” things to share. I could focus on why I believe in exercising my right to vote and that it is […]

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Why Kent inspires me

By Michael Kaufield My name is Michael Kaufield, and the reason I joined the Liberals is because Kent Hehr motivated me to be part of my community. Kent has such an inspiring story, and even after a bunch of long phone calls or a hard day he wakes up and tries to make the world a better place. I […]

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A fighting chance for our future

By Deb Hamilton On November 28 – a rather cold and snowy day – I had the pleasure of attending Kent’s nomination meeting and celebration. I had the even greater pleasure of watching Kent interact with two young people at the celebration. And when I mean young, I mean two eight year-olds whose parents had […]

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