What if the Alberta government spent its time, and, most importantly, our money, on training Albertans for jobs of the future, and attracting businesses to support those jobs?
Putting money into himself became the future president’s entire business plan – a fact that did not escape his tax returns.
Though I must say I am not yet convinced I deserve to be placed on a pedestal.
We know Conservatism moves at a slower pace than forward-thinking ideologies, but taking four decades to come to terms with an idea that no longer has national support is spectacularly embarrassing.
The “Maverick Party”. Dear gawd. Testosterone just reached critical levels in Canadian politics. I feel the need, the need to breed Tom Cruise was a bit of a (okay – in the 80’s – a definite) sex symbol before he found the pseudo-science of all religions and started […]
Jason Kenney is kissing a lot of Alberta’s money goodbye and it hasn’t phased him yet. Repealing the province’s wildly unpopular carbon tax – still in existence but no longer funding the Alberta Treasury – was a heartfelt thank-you to those who voted for Kenney’s United Conservative Party. […]
O’Toole also promised to bend over in any direction for seat-rich Quebec’s provincial autonomy – so long as those seats are filled with Conservative asses
Alberta’s public health service employees are not contracted out from other provinces. Employees and the vast majority of their employers live, work, and pay taxes in our province.
Even though this proposal has been well-researched for more than two decades, Kenney’s government is committed to spending more.