We’ve gone through the last two and a half months with the majority of people following health recommendations and a few “freedom lovers” flaunting it in our faces while cases continued to rise without any end in sight.
Too often I see responses like “only X is at risk for severe outcomes” to Covid numbers. It’s not completely untrue, even though it is a shocking dismissal of our neighbours. Alberta is seeing a steady rise in infections, hospitalizations, and admittance to intensive care units. In the […]
Kenney did *something* but warns he might have to do more if personal responsibility doesn’t work this time
Ooooh – more restrictive measures at some unknown point in time that may or may not affect me in any way? Say it ain’t so!
Dereliction, Delayed, Decelerate, and Derision, to name a few.
If you think 2020 has been a difficult year for you, Albertans receiving Assured Income for the Severely Handicapped (AISH) have been continuously targeted by the United Conservative government since they took office. AISH clients receive $1,685 per month. It’s not a fortune, as the MLA from St. […]
With the leaked recommendations, the Government of Alberta has served a greater purpose: instilling fear of public education in Alberta parents.
In the third policy convention since the amalgamation of the dynastic Progressive Conservative Association and the plucky but urban riding-challenged Wildrose Party, the members have shown once again they are uninterested in what the figure heads representing the Party in the legislature want. To be fair, the United […]
“Why do cleaners and cafeteria workers have to be government employees?”
As the federal government made good on a 2019 platform promise to join more than 100 countries around the world who have implemented bans on single-use plastics, Alberta Energy Minister Sonya Savage said the provincial government will ensure its jurisdiction is respected. “As we announced in our natural […]