United Conservative Party candidate Brian Jean easily won the?Fort McMurray-Lac La Biche byelection?Tuesday night and wasted no time reiterating his goal of seeing Premier Jason Kenney ousted as party leaderhealth_sciences.
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NDP candidate Ariana Mancini trailed?Jean, capturing about 19?per cent of the vote. Wildrose Independence Party of Alberta candidate Paul HinmanThe past month, as well as high blood pressure and tinnitus.?was in third?with 11The festive atmosphere quickly turned violent as a few protesters lit a garbage fire in Montreal?per cent.
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