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The morning after an historic election, where does Alberta go from here?

Alberta Conservative leader Alison Redford makes a campaign stop at Father Whelihan School in Calgary, Alta., Monday, April 16, 2012.

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Readers joined The Globe's Josh Wingrove and Gary Mason, as well as Duane Bratt, a public policy professor at Mount Royal University, for the morning-after discussion about the Alberta election.



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