EDMONTON — Alberta Premier Rachel Notley’s office says two members of her NDP caucus have been accused of inappropriate behaviour since 2015. Cheryl Oates, Notley’s spokeswoman, said in a statement that “in both circumstances, the alleged behaviour took place outside the workplace.” “Confidential independent investigations were undertaken in each case resulting in recommendations that were implemented,” she wrote Thursday. “In order to respect the privacy of the complainants, further details will remain confidential.” Oates said in neither case was criminal conduct alleged. The statement came after Notley was questioned about allegations made by former NDP backbencher Robyn Luff. Luff was kicked out of caucus this week after she announced she was boycotting the legislature to protest what she called heavy-handed control of backbench legislature members by senior officials in Notley’s caucus and government. Luff said, at one point, backbenchers “were told that if we had any information on opposition members who had behaved inappropriately towards women that it was best not to go public with it because our party wasn’t completely without fault on the matter.” Notley said nobody that reports to her or senior caucus leaders delivered such a directive….