"I expect to use my professional expertise and background to build a permanent Liberal organization in the province,” announced an optimistic Stacha Sikora this month when she was appointed executive director of the federal Liberals in Conservative-dominated Alberta.
Sam Raddi had never felt better. It was Halloween of 1978 and his entire home village of Sachs Harbour, N.W.T., had come out to watch him place his tight scrawl beside the flamboyant signature of Hugh Faulkner, then the federal minister of Indian affairs and northern development.By ROY MANCGREGOR5 min
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