There are no rules around partisan signs in the Alberta Legislature Building's windows - 2019-10-03

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F0.png There are no rules around partisan signs in the Alberta Legislature Building's windows October 3, 2019, David Climenhaga, blogs, rabble.ca

Who knew? It turns out anyone can stick up anything they like in the windows of the stately and historic Alberta Legislature Building in Edmonton and they won't be breaking any rules.

This even includes Matt Wolf, Jason Kenney's personal Twitter troll, formally known as the Alberta premier's director of issues management, who during last Friday's climate action protest could be seen peering past an I-[HEART]-[MAPLE LEAF]-Oil+Gas sign at the 4,000-plus mostly youthful demonstrators below.

The explanation: There are no rules.

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