There is, apparently, some sort of recall mechanism in Alberta but all I heard was that the demand must be from the MLA's riding.
Online petitions have zero legal power and you are correct that they are just the opportunity for whiners for nothing more than to "relieve" themselves.
It is quite interesting to see how this whiners mob is foaming from their mouths about "democracy" but not doing for it more than signing some online think - grand total of perhaps 30 seconds and often with phony identities.
You are one dense person, simpleton. But then you're a right winger, so that
goes with the territory.
When the Canadian Taxpayers Federation launched an online Petition against
Alison Redford, they got such a response that her own caucus reacted.
Where is Alison Redford now, simpleton?
The Prentice government has removed opposition to its coming actions to counter
the dropping price of oil . . . but they're going to 'wear it' bigtime if they
put any of the Wild Rose members into ministerial positions. Petitions have
huge impact. YOU, on the other hand are as impotent as ever. ^ω^