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Early results suggest Alberta votes in favor of removing equalization from Canada's constitution

National Post: Voters in Calgary, Alberta’s largest city, appear to have cast their votes in favour of removing equalization from Canada’s constitution, according to unofficial results in the province’s referendum on equalization payments. Article content While a final, official tabulation for the whole province won’t be available from Elections Alberta for another week, unofficial results in the referendum were reported in several of the province’s largest municipalities, including Lethbridge, Red Deer and Medicine Hat, in addition to Calgary, forecasting the possible outcome of voting.

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